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Whole System Is
Thousands of frail, nervous people
and convalescents everywhere have
.testified to the remarkable power of
Tanlac In bringing back their health,
strength and working efficiency. It
seems to quickly Invigorate the constl
I tution, and Is a powerful foe of weak
ness. Mrs. George G. Owen, of Salem,
"My nerves were upset and the little
I ate wasn't enough to keep up my
strength, so I lost weight and became
so weak it seemed I had no energy at
all. Tanlac restored my health com
pletely, and I gained twelve pounds in
There Is not a single portion of the
body that is not benefited by the help
ful action of Tanlac. It enables the
stomach to turn food Into healthy
blood, bone and muscle, purifies the
system and helps you back to normal
weight. Get a bottle today at any
Peculiar "Freak" of Nature.
By a curious "freak" of nature, in
sects which are most beautiful when
fully developed, are often the most
repulsive in the grub stage.
The Cirticura Toilet Trio.
Having cleared your skin keep It clear
by making Cuticura your every-day
toilet preparations. The Soap to cleanse
and purify, the Ointment to soothe and
heal, the Talcum to powder and per
fume. No toilet table is complete
Th3 native of Iceland is dependent
upon his own resources for all the
necessities of his family. He makes
his own elothes, builds his own boats,
and shoes his own horses.
St LouisWoman Relieved by
Lydia E. Pmkham's Veg
St Louis, Mo. "I was bothered
with cramps and pains every month and
I had backache and
had to go to bed as I
could not work. My
mother and my
took Lydia E. Pink
Compound for such
troubles and they
induced me to try it
and it has helped me
very much. I don't
have cramps any
imnro and I can do
my housework* all through the month.
I recommend your Vegetable Compound
to-my friends for female troubles."
Mrs. DELLA SCHOLZ, 1412 Salisbury
Street, St Louis, Mo.
Just think for a moment Lydia EL
Pmkham's Vegetable Compound has
been in use for nearly fifty years. It is
prepared from medicinal plants, by the
utmost pharmaceutical skill, and supe
rior methods. The ingredients thus
combined in the Compound correct the
conditions which cause such annoying
symptoms as had been troubling Mrs.
Scholz. The Vegetable Compound exer
cises a restorative influenceef the most
desirable character, correctingthe trou
ble in a gentle but efficient manner.
This is noted, by the disappearance, one
after another, of the disagreeable
Relieved Without the Use
Nujol is a lubricantnot a
medicine or laxativeso
When yon are constipated,
not enough of Nature's
lubricating liquid is pro
duced in the bowel to keep
the food waste soft and
moving. Doctors prescribe
it acts like
H. Try it to-
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When the body begins to stiffen
and movement becomes painful it
is usually an indication that the
kidneys are out of order. Keep
these organs healthy by taking
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Condensed Stories of Happenings
of the Week in Minnesota
WinonaOne man was shot, an
other was injured with a club, and
three men, said to be strikers, were
arrested here for an alleged attempt
to interfere with the federal injunc
tion by rioting.
MarshallLockjaw resulting from a
slight injury on one of his heels,
caused the death of Eugene Case, aged
17, of this city.
MllacaThe J. A. McDonald Con
struction company of Minneapolis was
awarded the contract for the erection
of the new Mille Lacs county court
house here. The cost will be approxi
CrookstonWill Ripelle, aged 30, a
farmer residing near here, was killed
when he fell under the wheels of a
Great Northern freight train while at
tempting to catch a ride. Ripelle's
body was cut in two.
Thief River Falls-Orton Olson of
this city, last year's winner of first
and sweepstakes prizes on wheat at
the Crookston farm crop show, has
been awarded the blue ribbon prize on
wheat at the Central Fair and Exposi
tion, at Aurora, 111.
DuluthWallace Kurki, aged 4, was
run down and killed by an automobile
driven by T. M. Perry. Perry was ar
rested, but later released.
WorthingtonFire starting from
sparks from a threshing machine en
gine destroyed six grain stacks on the
farm of Rev. J. A. Eddy.
MaynardWater for drinking and
cooking purposes is getting more
scarce every day in this locality as
the wells are giving out one after an
other, on account of the long continu
CalumetWilliam Buchanan, of Ca
lumet, committed suicide by shooting
after coming home from a dance at 3
a. m. Despondency, brought on by
the death of his "rife and infant child
several months ago is said to have
been the cause..
Thief River FallsThe dates for
poultry week in Pennington county
have been set for Sept. 18 to 25 with
E. W. Stanfield as demonstrator.
CanbyThe Yellow Medicine coun
ty fair association has invited every
person who lived within 10 miles of
Canby through the famous deep snow
winter of 1880-1881, to attend the fair
on Sept. 16 as guests of the fair man
St. CloudThe 21 year search of a
mother for the baby Enatched from her
by her husband has been ended.
Through the Red Cross of Pawnee,
Okla., Mrs. Harry Inglearengel has
found her son, now owner of oil lands
in Oklahoma and wealthy.
CrookstonMembers of the fourth
district Minnesota Creamery Opera
tors, will meet in this city Thursday,
Sept. 21. The district embraces a
number of the counties of this sec
tion of the state.
WatervllleThe Le Sueur County
Baseball league has completed its
schedule with the American Legion
team of Watervllle, winning the
IhlenIn order to obtain the ser
vices of a resident physician, 200 peo
pie signed an agreement to pay a
physician $12 a year each. Dr. Lee
of Egan, S. D., will undertake the
St. CloudMayor W. W. Matson, act
ing for the conservation of coal, has
launched a campaign of publicity
through the various local civic organi
sations. All residents of the city are
urged to use as little coal as possible.
WinonaA reduction in Winona's
gas rates from $1.79 to $1.71 per thou
sand cubic feet has been announced,
effective for the next four months.
MinneapolisAlonzo P. Grace, in
structor in anthropology and Ameri
canization worker at the University of
Minnesota, has resigned to take a po
sition as head of the social science de
partment of Forestry state normal of
North Dakota, he said.
PipestoneFive farm homes in one
neighborhood, northwest of Pipestone,
were ransacked by thieves while mem
bers of the family were in this city
shopping. In each instance the rob
bers took only the best wearing ap
WinonaRecently when Miss Pol
zin began to play the piano at her
home, a reptile known as a "pilot"
rattlesnake crawled out from behind
the instrument. Miss Polzin escaped
without being bitten.
StillwaterResidents of South Still
water are conducting a maty ballot to
decide whether to change the name of
the village, the desire being to get
away from the name "Stillwater." The
name Andersenville is popular.
Mountain LakeThis town has no
Jail but a large refrigerator in a meat
market has been made to serve the
purpose. Its latest occupant was a
Mankato salesman who was placed in
the refrigerator to sober up and kept
there until his friends produced $40
to settle for damages.
MoorheadShipping poor quality
stock is ruining the potato market this
year for the farmer, according to Les
lie Welter, Moorhead, potato dealer,
who says that a trip through the
North Dakota, Minnesota and Cana
dian Red River valley assure him that
there Is but 60 per cent of last year's
crop here despite the increased acre
RochesterQuest for adventure of
two girls, clad in knickers and boyish
caps and sweaters, ended when police
took into custody Helen Olson and
Bernice Hanson of Winona, 16 and 17,
sag sent them back home.
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH. MINN.
CokatoAid of the Minneapolis po
lice was asked in the search for Mrs
Edward Snodgrass, 22 years old, of
Cokato, Minn., who disappeared while
on her way to the Abbott hospital in
DuluthNine vessels are unloading
75,000 tons of coal at the Superior
docks and four more boats carrying
35,000 tons are reported on the way
VirginiaAccording to word re
ceived by the Chamber of Commerce
the 1923 convention of Minnesota W
C. T. U. will be held in Virginia.
DuluthThe Duluth American Le
gion band the first official band foi
the national organization, and 50 mem
bers of local posts will go to New Or
leans for the national convention.
MinneapolisPatricia Chapman, aged
5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Chapman, 2802 Bloomington Ave, was
injured in the most serious accident
reported during the day. She was
struck down by a truck near her home.
HamlinA herd of 12 purebred
Swiss Toggenburg goats for milking
purposes was displayed at the Stats
Fair by W. O. Washburn of Dillwood
Minn. Visitors are informed that
goats when they are fresh will give
seven quarts of milk daily.
MinneapolisT. A. Erickson of the
University farm, state leader of boys'
and girls' clubwork, announced that
the Russell Milling company of Min
neapolis will pay the expenses of the
champion bread-making team demon
strating at the State Fair to the East
ern States exposition, to be held at
Springfield, Mass, this fall.
BrainerdAfter coming through the
World war without a scratch, Percy
Lowe, went to farming near Merrifleld.
While clearing off stumps with dyna
mite, a cap exploded prematurely
blowing out both his eyes, tearing off
a thumb and shattering his right hand.
Lowe is 24 years old and has a wife
and one child.
MankatoHenry Meins, Drought
back here from Worthington on charg
es of stealing automobiles, in making
a confession to police, alleged his wife
assisted him in stealing one car here
and another at New Ulm.
MoorheadSophie Carlson, who es
caped from the state insane asylum
at Fergus Falls several days ago, has
EyotaTwo little 12-year-old girls,
Lillian Katzung of Alden and Mavcella
Keefe of Eyota, captured the sweep
stakes and the reserve sweepstakes
prizes with their heifers in *he dajry
calf exhibits at the State Fair.
St. PaulSpeeding along the East
River road in an automobile which po
lice say was stolen, an unidentified
driver plunged over the river bank
and had a miraculous escape from
death when the damaged machine
caught against two trees, part way
down the bluff. The car had been stol
en and the driver had disappeared.
NorwoodG. F. Dennstedt, 60 years
old, a county commissioner of Carver
county, has disappeared at the State
Fair, the Minneapolis police were told
Relatives fear that he may be ill or the
victim of foul play.
Northfleld Although graduation
cost Carleton two regular ends, a
tackle, a center and a halfback, Coach
Claude Hunt believes that, prospects
for this season's team are as bright
as in any recent years.
PipestoneJohn Barton of Sioux
Falls carried away two silver loving
cups in the tennis tournament held
on the local courts. He was one of
the winners in the finals of the double
play and also won the single match
Carl" Stuckeman, also of Sioux Falls,
was Barton's mate in the doubles
Players from Dell Rapids, Sioux Falls,
Flandreau, Tyler, Lake Benton, Worth
ington, Windom, Slayton, Hardwick
and Pipestone, took part in the con
LonsdaleHelen R. Smisek of Lons
dale, with her Poland China pig, won
first premium in this class with the
highest score, 94.5, in the whole ex
hibit. This won for her the sweep
stakes prize, which entitles her to a
free trip to the International Live
stock exposition at Chicago in Decem
ber, with all of her expenses paid.
OwatonnaPupils of the teachers'
training department ot the Owatonna
high school will receive practical train
ing along with their studies as future
DuluthAt a meeting of the direc
tors of the Duluth National bank, Dr.
William J. Eklund was elected presi
dent to succeed his father, Dr. J. J.
Eklund, who was recently shot and
DuluthThe $500,000 bond issue vot
ed by the city of Duluth July 15, 1922,
for school purposes was declared valid
in a decision handed down by the state
MoundFuneral services for Dr. O.
M. Heustis were conducted at the
First Baptist church. Burial in Lake
MankatoWhite the officials at the
Mankato Teachers' college looked for
a registration of approximately five
hundred in the first week of the new
term, more than 650 arrived to take
up work at the college.
FairmontThat feeding steers is a
good investment was proved here
when A. J. Driscoll, representing a
St. Paul company, sold 93 head of
steers within a few hours after they
had been unloaded.
VirginiaDue to cement shortage,
city improvements are being held up
and unless supplies arrive soon the
city warehouse and garage will have
to be built next year. Paving will re
ceive first attention.
FairmontBetween the closing of
schools in the afternoon and the open
ing next morning men with tractors
"snaked" off its foundations the school
building in Rolling Green township and
moved it to a new location. The
school bouse was located 46 years ago
and recently a hitter controversy
arose, some patrons demanding a new
James Cut the Knot.
Shortly after being made a peer,
Lord Magheramorne, who was better
known as Sir James M'Garel Hogg,
went to dine at the house of an old
friend, where he announced himself
to Jeames as "Lord Magheramorne."
"What?" cried the startled domestic.
"Lord Magheramorne," said he
Jeames shook his head. He des
paired of attempting to render the un
couth gutturals. What was he to do?
The visitor was advancing to the draw
Jeames hesitated a moment, then
boldly flung open the door and pro
claimed, "The late Sir James Hogg!"
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Small Town Evidently No Place for
Individual Accustomed to the
City's Bright Lights.
Recently two newspaper correspond
ents were sent to the coal fields In
Clay county, where martial law has
been declared, and in the evening they
wandered to a small village near the
fields in an effort to find some enter
After walking up and down Main
street several times, the correspond'
ents sighted a public drinking foun
tain. It was then nine o'clock. On ex
amination they found that the drink
ing fountains had been locked by the
town official for the night. Then
they headed for a drug store and
found the proprietor locking up for
the night. On inquiry they were told
that "it is past nine o'clock."
One correspondent said to the other:
"Well, Mack, do you suppose the hotel
is closed for the night?"
"I don't know," the other replied,
"but I think we had better get to bed
before they,move the curbstones in."
Children Cry For
Special Care of Baby.
That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it
is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use
a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Neither would
be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.
Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be
prepared with even greater care than Baby's food.
A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving
to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared
for Infants and Children Don't be deceived.
Make a mental note of this:It is important, Mothers, that
you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of
your Baby must receive special care. Ho Baby is so abnormal that
the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily
prepared for grown-ups.
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT 18 AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
GENUIN E CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
THE CKNTAUR COMPANY, NSW YORK CITY.
Gives Cheerful New Color Tone to Old Curtains
PUTNAM FADELESS DYESdyes or tints as you wish
BELIEVED IN "EARLY TO BED" I TAr^TMANYCENf URIES OLD MARSHAL FOCH'S FIRST PIPE
Recent Find at York, England, De
dared to Be Most Important of
An ancient Roman tablet, said to be
about 2,000 years old, has been dis
covered by workmen who were ex
cavating for a new street on The
Mount at York, England. The tablet
is In a perfect state of preservation,
the carving and lettering being as dis
tinct as when first cut The inscrip
tion lauds the virtues ot the wife and
family of a famous Roman author.
The stone, which is over five feet high,
Is Tadcaster, similar to the stone used
In building the minster. It was burled
to a depth of five feet. Near the site
were also found the casts of two men
of the Roman period. Corporation of
ficials state that this discovery is the
most Important of recent times. The
ancient church of St. James' originally
stood on the site. A new archbishop
on his way to be consecrated In olden
times, had to walk from this church
to the minster in his hosen. He usual
ly rode from Bishopthorpe to The
Mount, and was there joined by the
clergy, who always robed at St. James'
church. The church disappeared
several centuries ago.
The ladies wish to have the right
to vote. Has the rough sex ever de
prived them of this right? They had
this right since the creation of the
worldIn funerals, disputes and in all
that excites the feelings of the inmates
of the harem. A woman or a girl Is
not made to make us hear her sweet
voice In elections, but within the walls
of her house in fondling her chil
dren. In consoling her husband, In
singing.Al-Abram (Egyptian Mall).
Laws that are dead letters are those
that were only experiments.
Qm that never fits
"l^TO harm can come to me from coffee or tea," is
I N what so many people say. Yet those same people
are often quick to note the signs of coffee harm in others.
How familiar the danger signals areupset digestion,
sleepless nights and irritabilityall warnings of the ner
vous breakdown that lurks just a*little way ahead. How
easy and how delightful the escapeby drinking delicious
Instant Postum instead of the beverages that contain the
Instant Postum is the tempting cereal drink made
from roasted wheat. It is prepared instantly in the cup
by the addition of boiling water. Its
snappy flavor is not unlike that of coffee.
It is safe foreverybody in your house
hold including the children, and there's
nothing in Postum to keep you awake
even if you drink it at midnight.
Postum Cereal Company, Inc.
Battle Creek, ASfch.
French General Discarded Cigarettes
When Great Offensive Against
German Enemy Began.
The truth about Foch's famous pipe)
came out also on the Metz trip. It was
on the way home, and the marshal wal
dining in M. Poincare's private car.
After dinner the prime minister saldS
"Pray smoke your pipe if you like, mar-
shal." The soldier pulled a beautiful
case, containing two handsome pipes,
from his pocket. As the chief of state
commented on their beauty, he said
they were given to him by a group of
"Have you been smoking a pipe for
long?" asked Poincare.
"My first pipe was on July 18*
"The very day you began the offen
sive that led to victory?" exclaimed
"Yes. The cigarettes were fearful
at the time, so I took to the pipe, like
And that Is the true story of the fa
mous "peace pipe" of Marshal Foch, if
we can trust Le Slfflet.
Craveth Wells, explorer, while
tramping In Malay Jungles, found
that the natives had trained broks,
small monkeys, to run up trees and
pick coconuts for them.
That is Interesting because It hap
pens far away.
But, shucks! In our country the
monkeys' descendants have been
trained to do "a heap sight" more than
You have noticed In a circus men
agerie that the monkeys are just aa
Interested in us as we are In them.
This is one of the reasons.
Early to bed and early to rise, givej
you a grip that you can't analyze.