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Followed Advice of Her
Druggist's Wife and Took
Lydia E. PinkhamV
Chicago, I11.-"I was in bed with a
female trouble and inflammation and
I had four doctors but
I none of them did me
any good. They all
said I would have to
have an operation.
A druggist's wife
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and
I took 22 bottles,
never missing a dose
and attheendof that
time I was perfectly
I have never
had occasion to take it again as I have
been so well. I have a six room flat
and do all my work. My two sisters
are taking the Compound uponmyrec
ommendation and you mayj
letter. It is the gospel truth wdlwfl
write to any one who wants a personal
letter."-Mrs. E. H. HAYDOCK, 6821
St. Lawrence Avenue, Chicago Illinois.
Because Lydia E. Fmkham's Vege
table Compound saved Mrs. Haydock
from an operation we cannot claim that
all operations may be avoided by it,
but many women have escaped oper
ations by the timely use of this old fash
ioned root and herb-medicine.
of a New Life
Bulgaria and Oriental Europe Produce
Hardy Race of People.
Do you want to feel from 10 to 30 years
Do vou want to know the joy of Per
Bulgarian Blood Tea, used for centu
ries by the natives of Oriental Europe,
is the most remarkable medicine for the
human family known in the world today.
Composed of rare herbs, roots, barks,
seeds, leaves and flowers, just brewed by
yourself and taken once or twice a week
assists nature to vitalize, purify-and en
rich the blood.
It will be the beginning of a new life
for you. Headache, biliousness, consti-
ation, sour stomach, gas around the
will begin to disappear. Unsightly
pimples, blotches and muddy complexions
will clear up when your blood is pure.
Bulgarian Blood Tea is guaranteed to
contain Just pure herbs of marvelous
medicinal and curative power gathered
from the rich soils of Europe, Asia and
Africa. All drug stores now keep Bul
garian Blood Tea In stock. Never In the
history of medicine has there been dis
covered a remedy that has given such
beneficial results in such a large number
of ailments. Distributors of Bulgarian
Blood Tea are authorized to return the
full purchase price if it does not mate
rially improve your health after uslnjf
the first box. This evidence of faith in
the power of Bulgarian* Blood Tea Is the
guarantee of the Marvel Products Co.,
who authorize this public announcement.
If your dealer cannot supply you, a
large family slse package will be sent
postpaid and insured for 11.28. Address
MARVEL PRODUCTS GO.
484 Marvel Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Nujol makes you regu
lar as clockwork.
Without forcing or irri
tating, Nujol softens the
food waste. The many
tiny muscles in the
intestines can then re
move it regularly. Ab
Out of the Ordinary.
NorthThere was something un
usual about the Vaughns'home tonight
that I can't quite place.
Mrs. NorthDon't you know? Mr.
-Vaughn was at home 1
France has 52 sporting clubs for
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In AH Parts of the WorldOf
Interest to All the People
WashingtonEugene V. Debs has
not been offered a conditional pardon,
it was officially stated at' the depart
ment of justice.,
WashingtonSenator W. B. McKin
ley, Illinois, recently returned from Ru
rope, said America should keep trfpp*
on the Rhine.
WashingtonThe senate has agree*
to an appropriation of $50,000 for th
ceremonies attending the burial of th
"unknown" American soldier, Nov,
Washington Philander Chasa
Knox, senator from Pennsylvania,
and Secretary of State under Presfc
dent Taft, died suddenly at his home
WashingtonThe house passed a
bill prohibiting transmission of bet
ting odds through the malls or pub
lication in newspapers of betting odds
WashingtonOpposition to increas
ing its membership was expressed by
the house in recommitting to the cen
sus committee, by a vote of 146 to 142,
the Siegel bill to increase its size from
435 to 450 members.
WashingtonThe imperial wizard
of the Ku Klux Klan, William Joseph
Simmons, brought the defense of the
organization to a dramatic climax by
collapsing on the witness stand be
fore the house rules committee.
WashingtonHaving agreed on
definite remedial policies for the
.emergency and permanent relief of
the unemployed and the return of
commerce and business to normal, the
national unemployment conference
completed its labors, undertaken at
the request of President Harding and
adjourned without date.
New YorkThe Giants won the
world's baseball championship in the
eighth game of the world series, de
feating the Yanks and their star pit
cher, Waite Hoyt, 1 to 0.
BaltimoreThe Louisville American
Association club captured the minor
league championship of the world here
by defeating the Baltimore Interna
tional leaguers for the fifth time.
ChicagoArrangements have been
completed for a match between Jack
Dempsey, world's heavyweight boxing
champion, and Jess Willard, former
champion, next spring, Jack Kearns,
Dempsey's manager, announced.
Gloucester, Mass.The Elsie a
saucy little schooner out of Glouces
ter, has won the title as the fastest
in the fisheries of New England and
selection as the racing representative
of the Unitefl States in the interna
tional match to be sailed with a Can
adian champion off Halifax, N. S.
DallasThree were burned to death
and seven injured here when a room
ing house caught fire.
New YorkJohn E. Mack, guardian
of Guy Stillman, has brought suit to
establish, the child's share in trust
funds totaling $37,393,000.
Philadelphia The American Hu
mane association advocated curtail
ment of the use of fur in women's
clothing to reduce the suffering of
some furbearing animals.
ChicagoTommy O'Connor, police
character and gunman, was denied a
new trial by Judge Scanlan and sen
tenced to hang Dec. 15 tor the murdei
of Detective Patrick O'Neil.
Lynn, Mass.Edward Foster, aged
43, and Fletcher Anderson, 30, were
killed here when an airplane in which
they were flying over the Lynn
marshes crashed to the earth.
Redwood City, Calif.William A.
Hightower was found guilty of the
murder of Father^ Patrick E. Heslin of
Colmia, Calif.r by a Jury with recom
mendation of life imprisonment.
Freeport, IU.Reports of alarming
ravages of hog cholera in Stephens,
Lee and Winnebago counties in North
western Illinois have been received
here. Whole herds were wiped out,
according to reports.
DenverMore than 300 orphan girbj,
inmates of the House of the Good
Shepherd, filed out of the institution
in order as flames swept the lower
floor of the building and caused dam
age estimated at $10,000.
New YorkMrs. Emma R. Burkott
!of Hillsdale, Ind., was found guilty by
a jury in general sessions court of
forging the name of former President
Theodore Roosevelt to a note for $69,-
900. Judge Alfred J. Talley announced
ed he would Imvdse sentence 0.-t. 21.
Ponca City, "Okla.Legal proced
ure, said by attorneys to set a pre
cedent, was recorded here when a
jury hearing the case against Na
poleon Buffalo-Head, charged with
killing-:ubis wife, assessed a fine
against him of $1,000.
South Bend, TexasFire destroy
ed more than two-thirds of the town
of Eliasville, causing an estimated
damage of $500,000.
Cambridge, Mass.The Chinese lan
guage will be taught at Harvard this
yeW. Dr. Yuen Ren Ghao will hare
cttBrge- of the course. Chinese was
tautrht *t Harvard 40 years ago.
HelpThat Aching Back!
Lame in the morning! A dull back*
ache all day long! Worn out when eve
ning comes! The same old round of
suffering! To endure such misery is
both foolish and unnecessary. Find
the cause of your trouble. Likely t's
your kidneys and that nagging back
ache may be Nature's warning of kidney
weakness. You may have sharp stab
bing pains, a depressed feeling and blad
der irregularities. Don't risk more seri
ous kidney trouble. Help your weakened
kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills have
helped thousands. Ask your neighbor J.
A Minnesota Case
-rn. ru Trih i stun"
^_ -Jney Pills rid me of
the rnTsry and I have had no fur
Get Dourest Any Store, 60c a Bos
FOSTER-MILBURN CO BUFFALO, N. V.
PeteThe' poker habit sure got
Smith, didn't it?
SkeetYep he even walks with a
The ancient Babylonians used to
Notice this delicious
flavor when you
smoke Lucky Strike
it's sealed in by
the toasting process
AN WHAT' S TH E RESULT
When the gun is pointed
right the result is always
a satisfactory one with
those who use
SHELLS Here is Shotgun Ammunition
in which the presence of Quality
is so conspicuously evident that
confidence (so essential to effective
shooting) is inspired at a singl'e
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN.
bcrg, 102 w. Sellers
|St., Hibbing, Minn.,
|say "My baokr
gave me trouble,
as dull pains set
tled across it and
I had a dull, bear
ing down feeling
through my kid
neys. I tired eas
ily and if I stood
long my back gave
i out. My kidneys
did not act proper-
ly but Doan's Kid-
The Hot-Flash Prinrier, the
Equal Pressure system of Load
ing, die High Grade Wadding
(long hair felt), the peculiar
Crimp and the Patented features
of Construction are the factors
of efficiency which produce the
smash that makes the clean kills
for which these shells are famous
Perfect from Primer to Crissp"
Seadfar"Fow Acetaao'a Kiss"
Waterproof Apr***Buy directtha .be* at
lowest costattraetiva patterns arGragftaaw
rare*!*, plainpL arte** a-
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News From All Parts of Minna
sota Given in Condensed
EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD
Where Busy Readers Will Find New*
From All Parts of State Tersely
Chronicled for Their
DuluthEntries from five provinces
Canada and 14 states are expected
tor Duluth's first International Potato
show here, Oct. 26 to 28.
MantorvilleRobert Taylor, for 50
years a prominent attorney, well
known in southern Minnesota, died
following a short illness.
WinonaSarles Northrup, a pioneer
jsident of Pleasant Hill, this county
is dead, aged 94. His friends could not
rememher a previous illness.
OwatonnaEsther E. Adair was re
elected chairman of the Steele county
League of Women Voters at the an
nual meeing of that organization here.
St. CloudO. E. Smith of Anoka was
elected president of the Central Min
nesota Educationaf^association at the
closing session of the annual conven
St. PaulA charter was issued to
the Farmers^ State bank of Perham by
S. B. Duea, state superintendent of
banks. It is- capitalized at $20,000 and
has a surplus of $4,000.
Sleepy EyeMr. and Mrs. Gilmore
A. Hagen, each 68 years old,
their home in. Albin, wi
hi hal an
hour of each other after suffering sev
eral days with pneumonia.
CanbyIver Skorseth, one of the
oldest section hands on the North
Western railway, suffered a badly
mangled hand when it was caught in
the gears of a coal hoister.
MoorheadE. B. Anderson of
Breckenridge was elected president
of the Northwestern Central Minne
sota Educational association's conven
tion at its closing session here.
New RichlandLarge shipments of
sugar beets have been loaded at this
place for shipment to the Chaska sugar
mills. Farmers in this section have
found the crop to be profitable.
WinonaAlfred Hertzfeldt, aged 24,
Arcadia, Wis., was killed when the car
in which he and four companions were
returning from Winona went off the
road three miles south of Arcadia.
WindomWith corn at 25 cents a
bushel, the city of Windom will use
it for fuel at the municipal" power,
plant' it was declared Many farmers
have announced an intention to burn
corn instead of coal this winter.
CanbyCharles Maas, a farmer re
siding near here, was badly injured
when a team hauling a corn husking
machine became frightened and ran
away. Maas was thrown under the
machine and, dragged for some dis
WasecaGregory Denn, George Fal
tersac and Thomas Euspice, arrested
last week oh a charge of manufactur
ing- illicit liquor, paid fines of $100Fenton,
each into the county revenue fund.
Their stills were destroyed by the
Minneapolis Minnetonka parcel
post service formally ended Saturday,
with a record of service td Minneap
olitans and lake dwellers during the
summer. Its success has been so
marked that it is to be continued next
MinneapolisJohn Wood,- auditor of
the Electric Short Line company, com
monly' known as the Luce Line, was
placed under arrest on a charge of em
bezzling company funds. He was placed
in the city jail while company officials
began a careful check of his books.
Minneapolis The University of
Minnesota School of Agriculture at
the University, farm observed the thir
ty-third anniversary of its opening.
At its opening the school had nine in
structors and 47 students, while now
it has 65 instructors and 650 students.
DuluthLed by a member of aj
youthful band of robbers, two Duluth
police -detectives crawled 25 feet1
through a narrow cave here and
covered ornamentst and fixtures N val
ued at $500, which" Toad been taken
front a local church a few hours be
Worthington-The annual October
term of district court, with Judge! L.
S. Nelson presiding, promises to be a
record breaker for length. There/are
75 civil actions and 25 criminal cases
on the docket. Fourteen of the crimi
nal actions are for violations OF the
state prohibition laws.
MinneapolisJew and Gentile^ or
thodox and liberal, old and young, a
throng of 5,000 from all walks brlife,
gathered at the Temple Israel, to pay
last tribute to Dr. S. N. Deinagd, for
29 years pastor of the congregation.
Dr. Deinard died on Tom Kippur day
known to the Jews as the "Holy of
MinneapolisColonization^ of. a
complete township of cut-over land in
Northern Minnesota to provide farms
for service men is to &e undertaken
by soldier students of the .department
of agriculture of the University farm,
it was announced by Prof. D. D.
Mayne, principal of the school. A
townsite will be selected/and a model
form of city government will he set
up. Several -cut-over districts have
been surveyed, and those in charge of
the project, have tentatively agreed
upon thii purchase of one township
fronting on a Northern Minnesota
lake and accessible by rsi'v-ad.
YoaareBotfeelintffit. Yonrfooddoes not
ecm to agree, have headaches, dizzy,
i tired and aleepy even after a nifht S
rest, bowela constipated. Nothing
very serious the matter, you
I think, but yoi know you are
not there with the pnneb
and thepep. The symp
not be Mi-
MARKS CENTER OF THE EARTH
Lofty Monument in Delhi, India,
Erected After a Meteorite Fell
Near the Spot.
The idea that the earth is not a flat
disk, but a globe, does not seem to
have "caught on" in- India, for they
still talk about a certain place being
the "center of the world.'*
Iu Delhi stands a lofty monument
that goes by name of Kutub Minor,
a structure towering high above the
temple of which it is a part.
The appearance of this curious
piece of architecture is that of a
number of tiers of columns, seemingly
tied together in bundles. At big in
tervals there are balconies.
The Kutub Minor is of special inter
est and note in the world over which
the religion of the teacher Buddha
holds sway. Here, long ago, tradition
has it a meteorite fell, sent by the
ruling powers in the mystic world be
yond this' life to nark In the exact
center of the world.
In commemoration of this miracu
lous event the Kutub Minor was erect
ed on the spot, that mankind might
never forget it.London Answers.
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Tour little one will love the "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup" even if
constipated, bilious, irritable, feverish,
or full of cold. A teaspoonful never
fails to cleanse the liver and bowels.
In a few hours you can see for your
self how thoroughly it works all the
sour bile, and undigested food out of
the bowels and you have a well, play
ful child again.
Millions of mothers, keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea
spoonful today saves a sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist for genu
ine "California Fig Syrup," which has
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mother I
You must say "California" or you may
get an imitation fig syrup.Advertise
English Center of Industry.
."The Potteries" is a district of
North Staffordshire, England. It is
the chief seat of the china and earth
enware industry. The principal cen
ters are Burslem, Hanley, Longton,
Tunstall and Stoke-on-Trent,
aH of these being amalgamated in 1910
as a single municipal borough under
the name of Stake-on-Trent. The
Wedgwoods and the' Mintons are the
jnost famous families- connected with
the china industry.
TAKE ASPIRIN ONLY
AS TOLD BY "BAYER"
Physician Over 2
To: get quick relief follow carefully
the^safe and proper directions in each
unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin." This package. is plainly
stamped with the safety "Bayer Cross."
^The "Bayer Cross" means the gen
uine, world-famous Aspirin prescribed
py physicians for over twenty-one
Father is glad he has finished work
ing his soli's way through college.
Papuans roltniagd into a ball and
roast it in a fire.
He who~ has no sense of humor has
but few friends.
V' .yjwifl* 'ay
Proved' by half century of service
the real remedy for systamio eatarrh. la
action, Pe-ru-na ia direct and satisfactory.
It restores the appetite, enriches the blood,
dispels the catarrhal poisons which are causing
all the troable and puts the various organs in prime
working order. There ia a prompt and pleasant re*
turn of the old vigor and healthful elasticity which make
all tasks easy and life a joy.
Fine after the grip or Spanish Flu. Try it and see.
SOLD EVERYWHERE. TABLETS OR LIQUID.
Free Kindling Wood.
The city of Lynn, Mass., has estab
lished a dumping ground for broken
boxes, /barrels, etc., from which citi
zens are permitted to help themselves
to -kindling wood.
From a girl's point of \iew, to be
able to wear small shoes is a great
AR E YO A MOTHER!
This is of Vital Import to You
Winona, Minn. "During my
first' expectant period I got in a very
weakened and nervous condition.
My mother advised me to take Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. The
first bottle strengthened me so that
I continued its use. I took four
bottles which not'only built me up
in strength but I had practically
no suffering. I am most enthu
siastic in my praise of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription as a tonic
and nervina for the expectant
mother and m glad to send this
letter for publication."Mrs. J. S.
Davis, 428 B. Sanborn St.
All druggists. Liquid or tablets.
Write Dr. Pierce, president In
valids' Hotel, in Buffalo, N. Y., for
free medical advice.
State Street NewYr
TH E BI 4
Stomach-Kddneys-Heart-Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world'9 stand
ard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles*
Tb National Remedy of Holland for
centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilhel
mina. At alt druggists, three sizes.
Leek for th aata* Gold Msdal on avary ham
and accept no imitation
SaveYourHair With Cuticura
Step 25c, Oirtmat 25 **i 56e, Takmst 25c
W. N. U., Minneapolis, No. 43-1921.
offers to home seekers opportunities,that cannot
be secured elsewhere. The thousands of farmers
from the United States who have accepted Can
ada'sgenerousofferto settleon FREE homesteads
or boy farm land in her provinces have been well
repaid by bountiful crops. There is still avail
able on easy terms
FtfUlt Und at $15 f* $30 an km
land similar to that which through many years
baa-yielded from 2 0 to 4 5 bashela of wheat
to the acreoats, barley and flax also in great
abundaiK^whueraising Iwram,cattJe, sheep
ad hogaisequallyprofitable. Hundredsof farm
ers in western Canada have Taised crops in a
single season worm more than the whole ec iof
theirland. With suchauccess comes prosperity,
independence, good homes and aH the comforts
and conveniences which makelife worth urine
Farm Gardens, Poultry, Dairying
are sources of income second only to grain
growing and stock raising. Attractive cli
mate, good neighbors, churches schools,
good markets, railroad fadtities, rural tele
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