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SURE TO HELP
Mrs. Baker, So Much Benefited by
Lydia E.PinkW* Vegetable Com
pound, Anxious to Help Others
Lebanon, Indiana."I wascomplete
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1 stomach trouble and
for a lone time was
hardly able to do my
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St., Lebanon, Indiana.
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George W Hill. Dundee. III.
"Traveling Salesmen to sell adv. novelties and
-display hooka Oood commission proposi
tion Ensign Co.. 428 Erie St, Bimlra, N. V.
Serious Loss Threatened.
Bobby's mother was In a hurry to
'keep an appointment, and Bobby had
'all he could do to keep up with her
'as she went up the street. Finally he
called to her and said: "Mother, O
mother! You're going to lose some
She turned around with rather an
embarrassed look and said: "Why,
Bobby, what am I losing?"
"You're going ,to los* your little
boy," he answered, "if you don't
"They say music helps housework."
"Well, put something stirring on the
graphophone. I'm making batter."
Economy is easy when you never
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flUm, Geo. A. Fischer,
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NEWS OF WORLD
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In All Parts of the WorldOf
Interest to All the People
WashingtonA visit to Europe for
games in the principal cities of Eng
land, Ireland and France is in pros
pect for the Washington Americans
WashingtonFederal aid roads,
either completed or under construc
tion in the United States at the end
of the persent fiscal year, will re
quire approximately fifty million tons
of stone and gravel for the making of
28,000 miles of highway.
WashingtonDecision to pass a sol
diers bonus bill at this session of con
gress has been reached by senate re
publicans in party conference. The
vote was 36 to 0 on a motion offered
by Senator I. L. Lenroot.
WashingtonTwo marine officers
and a marine private were killed at
Quantico, Va., when two airplanes in
battle practise locked wings in the
air and plunged to the ground.
WashingtonActual and official ne
gotiations for refunding the $11,000,-
000,000 war debt of the Allies to the
United States will start soon it has
been stated officially.
WashingtonThreats of rain did not
deter several thousand Washington
children from flocking to the White
House grounds for the Easter Monday
WashingtonCharges' that the coun
try is flooded with millions of counter
feit currency, notes and government
securities has brought the faction no^
dominating the bureau of engraving
and printing into a headon collision
with the treasury department.
WashingtonWhen Major General
George O. Squier, chief of the Army
Signal Corps, recently succeeded in
operating a radio telephone apparatus
by connecting it with an ordinary
electric light, amateurs all over the
country decided to try his method.
WashingtonCharging that the St
Louis livestock exchange and 110
other buyers, dealers and traders at
the East St. Louis National stock
yards had "combined to put into ef
fect a virtual boycott against indepen
dent commission companies," Secre
tary H. C. Wallace issued his first or
der under the packers and stockyards
act directing the respondents to
"cease from the practice' on the
ground that their acts 'constituted a
restraint of trade in violation of the
Indianapolis"Well, as long as it
rains, we'll surely be on top," said a
Miller player as he watched the in
cessant downpour that had interfered
with the second game of the Indiana
New YorkOrdered out of a hotel
dining room because they were not in
evening dress, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
E. Rau have brought suit for $10,000
New YorkNew York has surpass
ed London in population, according to
the census committee, if the same
radius of territory is included within
the New York City limits- as is calcu
lated in the London figures.
Dayton, Ohio"The Chldren's Crus
ade for Amnesty" arrived en route
from St. Louis to Washingto to ask
liberty for 113 political prisoners. The
crusade is composed entirely of wo
men and children who are seeking
freedom for husbands and fathers.
Eugene V. Debs, former Socialist can
didate for president and at one time
prisoner in the Atlanta pententiary,
did not join the party in Terre Haute
New YorkThe promoter is willing,
Dempsey and Kearns are willing and
Wills is reported to be crying for the
chance. All the elements of the match
appear to he in the mixing and Boyles'
30 acres in Jersey City may again
be the scene of a world Stirring battle
next Labor day. This is the announce
ment of Frank Flourney, matchmaker
tor Madison Square Garden, who says
he will put the Dempsey-Wills match
on and that Kearns has accepted the
ChicagoThe estate of Rosa and
iosefa Blazek, the Siamese twins, who
died recently, amounted to $400 in
cash, according to a petition for let
ters of guardianship filed in the
probate court here.
Franklin, Ind.Thirteen cars of a
train of valuable freight, northbound
on the Illinois Central railroad, were
destroyed when the train was wrecked
at a washout near Bergersville, west
Frankfort, Ky.Burglars and mur
dererfc are placed in the same class in
a law passed by the Kentucky general
assembly in-the closing days of the
1922 session, the penalty for breaking
Into a dwelling house at night being
fixed at life imprisonment or death in
the discretion of the jury.
Hornell, N. Y.One of the most re
markable operations in the history oi
the surgical world was accomplished
when the pupils of a dying man's eyes
were transferred to the eyes-of John
Eiehenberger, aged 19, who b&2 been
Wind for four years, ami the sight re
stored. V*\ j.
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One or the Other.
"Why is It," asked the Inquisitive
citizen, "that after a man rises to great
eminence he has an air of weariness?"
"I've never been able to find out,*
said Mr. Gadspur, "whether that is
due to the exertion of having risen to
a great eminence or the fact that after
a man gets up in the world everybody
he meets makes him tired."Birming
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Seap 25c, Oinbneot 25 sad 50c, Tale2Sc
"And avoid all sweet things."
"Hey, doc, do you mean to say I
can't go to see my best girl?"
Some may be content to do the
chores of the world who are aggra
vated by their own.
High living often brings life "to a
Mrs. J. S. Davis
Winona, Minn."During my first
expectant period I got in a very weak
ened 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 bot
tles which not only built me up in
strength but I had practically no suf
fering. I am most enthusiastic in my
praise of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription as a tonic and nervine for
the expectant mother and am glad to
send this letter for publication."Mrs.
J. S. Davis, 428 B. Sanborn St.
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EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD
Where Busy Readers Will Find News
Prom All Parts of 8tate Tersely
Chronicled for Their
St. PaulApplications "for milk li
censes have been mailed to 8,500 milk
dealers in Minnesota by the dairy and
AustinS. H. Drake, a farmer,
brought in one grown wolf carcass and
eight wolf cub carcasses and collected
123.50 as bounty.
ElyThree thousand persons stood
uncovered in a drenching rain while
services were conducted for George
B. Porthan, Ely youth, killed in
St. CloudSeveral members of the
board of education have expressed
themselves in favor of standardized
dress to be worn by the students of
the high school.
WheatonThe Wheaton Commer
cial club has started movement for
a "road booster meeting."
HibbingOrganization of a range
wholesale association to include all
"jobbers and( wholesalers in Hibbing
and Virginia is being perfected.
MinneapolisAnd nowjazz jewel
ry. That is the latest development, ac
cording to more than 200 Minnesota
jewelers, gathered in their 18th an
nual convention at the West hotel.
HibbingThe prospects are report
ed good for the opening of a "flock"
of new mines on the Messaba range.
Exploration work, either with test pits
or drills, has been started on a num
ber of new leases.
DuluthPlans for a "circle tour" by
which hundreds of tourists will be
able to see the recreational, mining
and agricultural possibilities of St.
Louis county were indorsed by the
chamber of commerce.
ColeraineMost of the teachers in
this district, when presented contracts
calling for a reduction in wages for
the coming year, returned the con
tracts unsigned. Teachers in Cole
raine, Bovey, Marble, Calumet and La
Prairie are involved.
WarrenAt a meeting of the exec
utive board of the Marshall County
Farm bureau, it was decided that the
work of the bureau should be contin
ued in Marshall county for another
MinneapolisAn essay contest on
the subject, "How Good Roads Are
Developing My Community," has been
opened to Minneapolis high school
students. A university scholarship
Will he the prize donated by H. S.
WinonaRecommendations for more
impressive ceremonies in connection
with the granting of citizenship papers
were made by Judge C. E. Callaghan,
in a short talk to 10 successful candi
dates for naturalization here.
WheatonThe Farmers Co-opera
tive creamery reported business for
the last fiscal year 100 per cent great
er than the previous year. An addi
tion to the present building is being
OwatonnaFruit growers say the
recent snowstorm and drop in tem
perature was welcome. The fruit trees
were advancing too rapidly and there
was a danger of them bursting into
bloom too early in the season.
MinneapolisCalifornia can learn
much from Minnesota in modern agri
cultural education methods, members
of the California commisison ton agri
cultural education, commissioned by
the state legislature to make a survey
of agricultural colleges through the
United States, said, on their arrival in
the twin cities to spend two days in
vestigating the plant and methods of
the University of Minnesota school of
MinneapolisDr. R. N. Chapman, as
sistant professor of entomology and
animal biology at \he college of agri
culture, University of Minnesota, has
refused a $5,000 offer to head the de
partment of entomology and zoology
at Iowa State College at Ames.
MinneapolisApproval of recom
mendation of the executive committee
of the University of Minnesota Alum
ni association that the auditoriums
part of the $2,0,00,000 gift proposed by
alumni for their alma mater, be made
a memorial to the late Dr. Cyrus
Northrop, former president of the
St. PaulThe interstate commerce
commisison was urged to suspend the
order increasing the tariff on lumber
from California to western and south
ern Minnesota. The request was
made by O. P. B. Jacobson, state
chairman of the Interstate Commerce
commission that that body had in
creased the tariff on lumher $2 the
St. PaulIt was in 1871, just 50
years ago, that the University of Min
nesota issued its first handbook, or
almanac as it was called. A copy of
this old document in the library of
the Minnesota Historical society gives
a vivid idea of the growth of the In
stitution in a half century.
St. PaulFire prevention week haa
started fires throughout the state.
Forest rangers, lumber and railroad
companies are burning slash and dead
wood in the forests and county agents
are urging farmers to burn off meadow
and marshland now when the danger
of spreading is at a minimum.^
"I wish to advertise our college."
"Certainly, sir. Shall I make a
rough draft of the advertisement for
"Yes. You might say that we have
a faculty of seventy-five professors,
110,000,000 equipment and all facili
ties for higher education."
"Have you a stadium?"'
"A good football team?"
"One of the best in the country."
"Those two items should be set In
extra large type. It doesn't really
matter about the rest, but If you in
sist, the other advantages you offer to
the youth of our country can be set
In small type at the bottom."Bir
You're Right, Bess.
"You must get over this habit of
extravagance, Bess," said the anxious
father. "You don't care how you spend
"You're right, daddy I must,"
agreed the spendthriftess. "Only last
night I caught myself offering Mr. No
buddle a penny for his thoughts."
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Ask your druggist, or send 30c to The J.
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"What would you say If you saw
your daughter sitting before a mirror
and plucking her eyebrows?"
"I'd probably say a great deal," re
plied the subdued parent of a flapper.
"Indeed?" "Yes, but it would be in the form
of a soliloquy."Birmingham Age
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On retiring gently rub spots of dan
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and have a clear skin and soft, white
"Am I tweet?" twittered she.
"You are tweet," gurgled he.
"Tweet?" 'Tweet." "A fine pair of birds," commented
an old bachelor who overheard.
"What do you think Is the first
requisite of a good husband?"
"Easy! A good wife."
The longest way round has Its short
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"I hope you were a nice girl at tho
party, Dorothy, and paid attention to
what was said."
"Oh, yes, mamma. I listened all the
evening to one person talk."
"Who was talking?"
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well it is their privileges that are
taken away from them.
Man who pays'as he goes must re
member the rules against going too
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