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Relief Is Found
Hope for the millions of unfortunate
men and women who are victims of
stomach trouble is sounded by Wil
liam Hoyleh, of 16 Spring St., Bristol,
Mrrf Hoylen was a victim of
stomach trouble In Its worst form, but
was completely restored to health by
taking Tanlac. He says:
"For fifteen years I had attacks of
stomach trouble, and had been In bed.
for three weeks when I got Tanlac,
but three bottles built me up fifteen
pounds, and made a well man of me.
I am now eating steak and onions,
and feel just fine In every way."
Undigested food ferments In the
stomach and soon the entire system is
filled with poisons. Tanlac was de
signed to restore the stomach to a
healthy condition and build up the
whole body. Millions everywhere have
acclaimed Its wonderful power. Get a
Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.
The car was crowded, for it was the
time of day when workingmen were
returning home from their work.
Among the straphangers was a woman
who, not being pleased with the service
she was receiving, was trying in a
roundabout way to Induce a certain
man to give up his seat. Finding her
efforts useless she said in despair,
"He would not get up for his grand
The man referred to, feeling that
forbearance had ceased to be a vir
tue, turned to his tormentor: "Do .you
think a woman should vote like a
man?" he asked.
"I surely do," she answered.
"Then stand like a man," was his
Stop That Backache!
Those agonizing twinges, that dull,
throbbing backache may be warning of
serious kidney weakness. Serious if
neglected, for it might easily lead to
Gravel, Dropsy or Blight's Disease. If
you are suffering with a bad back look
for other proof of kidney trouble. If
there are dizzy spells, headaches, a
tired feeling and disordered kidney
action, get after the cause. Help your
weakened kidneys with Doan'a Kid
ney Pills. Doan's have helped thou
sands and should help you. Ask your
A Minnesota Case
Olds, 606 Sellers St,
a a: "My back
gave me trouble,
caused by my kid
neys. My back was
stiff and lame and
in the morning It
gave out if I stood
long. Cull palna
settled across my
kidneys and my
work was a burden. Doan's Kidney
Pills cured me of the trouble."
Get Dora's at Any Store, 60c a Bos
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y.
Relieved Without the Use
Nnjol Is a lubricant'not
a medicine or laxativeso
When yon are constipated,
not enough of Nature's lu
bricating liquid Is produced
in the bowel to keep the
food waste soft and moving.
because it acta
like tbis natu-
and thus re-
places it. Try
A LUCWCANT-NCT A LAXATIVE
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
bring quick relief and often ward off
deadly diseases. Known as the national
remedy of Holland for more than 200
years. All druggists, in three sizes.
Look for the name Geld Medal on every bos
and accept no imitation'
Bin Happenings of the Jfeek
Condensed for Benefit of
WashingtonRepresentative M. E.
Rhodes, Missouri, asked for a con
gressional investigation of "delays
and discriminations" in the veterans'
bureau at St. Louis.
Washington Representative Oli
ver, Democrat, Alabama, gave Repre
sentative Dempsey, Repubiiacn, New
York, a slap on the cheek in the House
during the hubbub which attends the
calling of the roll.
Washington President Harding
played golf for the first time since
Mrs. Harding was taken critically ill
nearly two weeks ago. It was at the
advice of General Sawyer, his personal
physician, that he took to the links.
Mrs. Harding continues to show im
provement, it was stated.
WashingtonFormer treasury em
ployees appointed by Elmer Dover and
dismissed under charges, accuse com
missioner of internal revenue and
other treasury officials of irregulari
ties and demand investigation of their
WashingtonSecretary of Labor J.
J. Davis says settlement of rail strike
will remove last obstacle in pathway
of greatest economic revival in na
licans jubilant over primary elections
see indorsement of Harding regime
and check to advancing wave of party
WashingtonA White House police
force is created under a bill signed by
President Harding. The measure
transfers from the pistrict of Colum
bia Police department, 33 men. The
President will be the nominal head of
the new organization.
Washington Announcement was
made by the State department that
Consul General Nelson Johnson, who
has been on duty at the State depart
ment, has sailed for England to make
a more detailed investigation- of
charges against the former consul, and
vice consul of the United States at
WashingtonA resolution requesting
the president to direct the prohibition
commissioner to enforce the dry law
equally throughout the country and
not to attempt to oppress the people
of New York, was introduced by Rep
resentative T. J. Ryan (rep., N. Y.).
New Haven, Conn.Henry M.
Crooker, Civil war veteran and be
lieved to have been the last living pall
bearer of Abraham Lincoln, is dead in
his eighty-second year. He was born
in Vestel, N. Y.
Saranac Lake, N. Y.Catharine
Doty, aged 16, saved four persons
from drowning when she and four oth
ers had fallen in their automobile from
a 30 foot bridge.
Klttanning, Pa.An 87 year old
Civil war soldier, father of 20 children,
took the witness stand on his own
behalf and testified that he shot and
killed David Spear Moxon, a mine su
perintendent, because he believed that
Moxon had wronged his daughter. The
old man, Andrew Davis, was remanded
to jail to stand trial for the murder.
ChicagoThe Women's Christian
Temperance union seeks to keep Sun
day from being commercialized. Miss
Anna Gordon, world and national pres
ident of the organization, said, in deny
ing published reports that the union
had issued a Sabbath observance
pledges of blue law scope.
West Palm Beach, Pla.Ttye hear
ing in the guit by.the three children
of Richard Croker to have his will
adjudged illegal was continued until
New YorkAlban A. Ryan, whose
recent petition in bankruptcy men
tioned liabilities of $18,000,000, filed
papers forming a new stock and bonds
firm with a capital of $50,000.
MemphisG. Cohen, editor of the
Labor Review, was sentenced to six
months in jail and G. V. Sanders, man
aging editor of the Morning Press, has
been arrested on charges of contempt
of court following statements in re
gard to the shopmen's strike.
Little Rock, Ark.Judge Harry C.
Hale of the municipal court, resigned
when a committee met to investigate
charges oi misconduct on the part of
the judge accused of "overzealousness"
in kissing a woman companion at a
ChicagoThe petitipn of the elevat
ed railroad lines to lower their rate
of fare, submitted to the Illinois com
merce commission, has been granted.
The rate is reduced from four tickets
at 35 cents to three tickets for 25
Des MoinesDr. Perry Ingle, so
cialist, candidate for governor, an
nounced that the socialist party of
Iowa would put no candidate up to
run in opposition to Smith W. Brook
hart and Clyde L. Herring republican
and democratic candidate for United
St. Joseph, Mich.Trial of William
Z. Foster, on charges of violating the
criminal syndicalism law, was post
poned until the November term.
OmahaCarl F. Gray, president of
the Union Pacific, ''had not accepted"
nor is he considering any proposition
from the Canadian national lines, it
was announced at his office here.
Anderson, S. C.Earl Sanders, a
farmer of Hart county, Ga., was shot
and killed by Walter Ayers of Hart
well, Ga., in an argument over the re
turns In the eighth Georgia congres-
sional'district,- according to advices
received here. \t:"^
Grand Forks, N. D.-rRev. J. M. Pos
sinius, pastor of the Immanuel Swe
dish Lutheran church here, has ac
cepted a call to the Tabor Evangelical
Lutheran church, Minneapolis.
Platte, S. D.A destructive fire that
originated in a building at the rear of
the Wilson Hotel here destroyed near
ly two blocks of business houses and
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Superior, Wis.The Lake Superior
Teachers' association will hold its an
nual convention here Oct. 11-13. Ex
Governor Harding of Iowa will deliver
the opening address.
Ottumwa, IowaFrank Mareno, em
ploye of the Rock Island railroad
shops, died from knife wounds inflict
ed by William Walker, a Negro em
ployee, in a fight in the shops.
FargoOne of. the best hunting
seasons in many years is facing North
Dakota hunters, according to reports
brought in by those who went out at
the season's opening. Chickens, while
hard to flush, are abundant. Ducks
Yalley City, N. D.The annual con
vention of the Ladies auxiliary of the
American Legion opened here and will
continue two days. Approximately 300
delegates had assembled wh en the
meeting was called to order.
Yankton, S. ^D.Joseph Kratchvil,
Bohemian section worker of Lake An
des, S. D., murdered his wife by chop
ping her to pieces* with a butcher
knife, pleaded guilty to the crime of
first degree murder and was given a
life term in the penitentiary.
Sioux CityMrs. Herbert Hoover
has promised Careta Younglove, Girl
Scout director here, to spend one day
with the Sioux City organization early
in November, when she is en route
to her home in California for the win
Neenah, Wis.Murray McCallum, 78
.years old who went through the Civil
war, with only scars to show for his
experiences, lost the first finger on*
his right hand in his wife's washing
machine.. His finger was cut off in the
Kimball, S. D.Cattle rustlers made
away with 28 head of cattle belonging
to a Brule county rancher a few days
ago. They were found on a ranch in
an adjoining county where they had
been sold for $1,000.
Devils Lake, N. D Edward Evans,
a harvest hand, was shot through the
right lung, at Churches Ferry, near
here, by another harvest hand who re
fused to permit Evans to board a
freight train. Evans is in the hospital
here and is in a serious conditiqn.
ChicagoA baseball player's life
was insured for $125,000, when a pol
icy was taken out by the Chicago
White Sox, insuring the club against
the death of Willie Kamm, the sensa
tional third baseman of the San Fran
cisco club of the Pacific Coast league,
who recently was'purchased by Presi
dent Charles A. Comiskey.
MinneapolisForty-six husky foot
ball players for Minnesota "U" greet
ed Coach Bill Spaulding and his as
sistants when they opened the prac
tice season at Northrop field. The
more important candidates were on
hand for the first workout.
ParisBelgium has accepted the
guarantees offered by the German
Reischsbank for payment within six
months of Germany's treasury notes,
the reparations commission has been
Mexico CityTwenty persons, sev
eral believed to be Americans, were
reported killed and many injured when
a train bound from Mexico City to
Laredo was wrecked at a village near
Changchung, ManchuriaA dead
lock is reported in the,conference be
tween Japan, the Russian soviet gov
ernment and Chita, the far eastern
Siberian republic. Russia has demand
ed that Japan at once evacuate the
northern part of the Island of Sak
halien, but Japan refuses until she
has been indemnified for the 1920
massacre of Japanese at Nikolaievsk.
RigaWhile the American relief ad
ministration is distributing hundreds
of thousands of dollars worth of
medicines and supplies in Ukraine,
the soviet legation in Riga announces
that Ukraine has sent a large com
pletely equipped medical unit to An
gora to aid the wounded Turks.
TokioJapanese delegates to the
Pan-Pacific conference at Honolulu
have been asked to urge a free port
for Hawaii and abolition of coastwide
restrictions in all Pacific lands.
ManilaSerious damage is believed
to have resulted from a typhoon which
has swept over the Philippines. Two
small coastwise vessels were sunk in
BieruthWhile 500 children were
bathing in the Mediterranean Near
East Relief orphanage, three small
boys were carried through the safety
ropes into a big whirlpool a quarter
mile off shore. Ruth Manogian, aged
14, swam into the edge of the whirl
pool and succeeded by almost super*
human efforts in rescuing all three
carrying them to safety on a rock at
the edge of the seething water.
ParisAn international legal alli
ance for handling millionaire divorce
cases on both sides of the Atlantic Is
suspected as the result of negotiations
between Charles Erbstein, Chicago at
torney, and Dudley Field Malone.
Ottawa, Ont.The first annual re
port of the Ontario Provincial commis
sion for November, 1920, to October,
1921, of the Mothers' Allowance act, is
now in circulation. The number of
beneficiaries for the whole province
was 2,675 and the amount of money
paid to them amounted to $774,667.
The administration expense for the
current year came to $77,940.
fV iVf ''"""lifl'i. Wt'K'WA '-v"1
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH, MINN.
1922, Western Newspaper Union.)
Flower In the crannied wall
I pluck you out of the crannies,
hold you here, root and all, in my
Little flowerbut it I could understand
What you are, root and all, apd all in
I should know what God and man is.
SEASONABLE PICKLES AND
In most families favorite recipes are
handed down from generation to gen
eration. Some of
us like variety
and would enjoy
which has been
To one gallon
of vinegar add one-half cupful of dry
mustard, one cupful of salt, two cup
fuls of brown sugar. Stir until dis
solved and pour over the cucumbers,
cover with horseradish leaves and .drop
In the well-washed pickles as they are
picked each day.
Mushroom Catsup.Wipe carefully
but do not wash, fresh mushrooms.
Put In layers in a stone Jar w^h salt
on each layer. Cover with a cloth
and let stand In a warm place twenty
four hours. Wash and strain by press
ing through a sieve to every quart of
this liquor and pulp add one ounce of
peppercorns and boil thirty minutes
very slowly add one-fourth ounce of
whole allspice, one-half ounce of sliced
ginger root, one dozen whole cloves,
three blades of mace. Cook fifteen
minutes, take from the fire, strain
again and put into small bottles. Cork
and seal with paraffin.
Tomato Soy.Peel and chop one
peck of ripe, tomatoes, put over the
heat with one-half cupful of whole
cloves, one-half cupful of .allspice, one
cupful of salt, one tablespoonful of
pepper, three red peppers, three onions
chopped. Cook for one hour, add one
quart of elder vinegar after straining
the cooked mixture, reheat and bottle.
Oil Pickles.Slice one hundred
small green cucumbers unpeeled. and
three medium or six small onions,
sprinkle thickly with salt and let
stand over night. In the morning rinse
off: the salt and place in jars. Cover
with the following: Two quarts of
vinegar, two-thirds cupfuls of mustard
seed, one tablespoonful each of celery
seed and ground pepper, and one cup
ful of good olive oil. Mix well before
pouring over the pickles.
When we cultivate the power ofcfo
ouslng all our force on any single act,
we are cultivating" also the power of
throwing* our whole mind from one
subject to another. The power to con
centrate Is the attribute of genius.
Thus we can forget worry, grief, dis
couragement in nappy work.
BREAKFAST BREADS AND CAKES
Even during the fall days there are
occasional warm days when the warm
and sliced toma
toes are delicious
with ham or ba
con for breakfast,
and a hot muffin
is not refused.
Sally Lunn.Take four cupfuls of
flour, three eggs, one teaspoonful of
the butter and flour with the yeast
and two cupfuls of milk. Beat the
yolks of the eggs until light, stir in
the butter and flour with the yeast
dissolved in a little of the milk, and
the milk. Beat the whites to a stiff
froth and add at the last. Set to rise
and when light drop In buttered muffin
pans let rise again and bake in a
Newport Dried Beef.Prepare a
cream sauce, adding the dried beef
and an egg when well-cooked add
one-half cupful of stewed strained to
matoes and a tablespoonful of grated
cheese just before taking from the
fire. Heat thoroughly and serve at
once on buttered toast.
Raised Fruit Doughnuts.Cream to
gether one-fourth of a cupful of sugar
and two tablespoonfuls of butter. Dis
solve one-half of a yeast cake In one
cupful of milk that has been scalded
and cooled. Add one-half teaspoonful
of salt and combine, adding two cup
fuls of flour. Let rise until double Its
bulk, then add one-half cupful of
sugar, a half teaspoonful of cinnamon,
a grating of nutmeg, one-half cupful
currants and the.same of raisins with
a little citron add a pinch of allspice
and two scant cupfuls of flour. Add
one beaten egg, knead thoroughly and
let rise until light Cut or tear off
pieces of dough the size of an egg,
drop into smoking hot fat and when
brawn drain on brown paper. Roll In
sugar when cool.
Republics/is Win ie Maine.
Portland, Me.Senator "Frederic*
Hale, Republican, and Governor Per
civaf P. Baxter, Republican, were
elected in Maine by majorities falling
fcelow those given Republican candi
date in 1920.
Great Lake Sailors to Strike,
ChicagoA strike vote taken among
members of the sailors of the Great
Lakes has resulted in an overwhelm
ing majority in favor of a walkout, ac
cording to a report by *K. B. Kolaa,,
w^PFSR-V'""T-"yj""Mil"^ I'Mi'wi...j.! III ii i mill in ju|yi'wil^WKi|'ii/||.
"Will ye stay to tea?" asked Mrs.
Murphy of the caller whom she wished
"No, thank yoh," was the answer, "I
must be home to look after John I"
"Ah, sure, ye mustn't neglect him,"
said Mrs. Murphy, relieved.
"I think I'll stay, though I hear the
kettle singing," was the unexpected
"Oh, don't take any notice of that!"
said Mrs. Murphy, scornfully. "It sings
for hours before it boils 1"
A FEELING OF SECURITY
You naturally feel secure when yon
know* that the medicine you are about to
take is absolutely pure and contains no
harmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every bot
tle of Swamp-Root.
It is scientifically compounded from
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
It is not recommended for everything.
It is nature's great helper in relieving
and overcoming kidney, liver and bladder
A sworn statement of purity is with
every bottle of- iJr. Kilmer's Swamp
If you need a medicine, you should
have the best. On sale at all drug stores
in bottles of two sizes, medium and large.
However, if you wish first to try this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure
and mention this -paper.Advertisement.
Two With a Single Thought.
While hunting deer in northern Wis
consin I hid in the grass near a river.
Soon I saw something move across the
stream back of a log a bear, I decided,
and moved into position to get a good
shot. All at once the supposed bear
Jumped up, waving both arms and
shouting: "Don't shoot 1 I thought you
were a deer, and was waiting to get a
good shot at you."Chicago Journal.
DYED HER BABY'S COAT,
A SKIRT AND CURTAINS
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains directions so simple any woman can
dye or tint her old, worn, faded things
new. Even if she has never dyed before,
she can put a new, rich color into shabby
skirts, dresses, waists, coats, stockings,
sweaters, coverings, draperies, hangings,
everything. Buy Diamond Dyesno other
kindthen perfect home dyeing is guar
anteed. Just tell your druggist whether,
the material you wish to dye is wool or
silk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or
mixed goods. Diamond Dyes never streak,
spot, fade or Tun.Advertisement.
Found at Last
Western Exchange A Carrollton
citizen who went to the northern
lakes returned last week and con
fessed that he hadn't caught a single
fish. Diogenes may now blow ont his
light and lie down to pleasant dreams.
Boston Evening Transcript
Cuticura for Pimply Faces.
To remove pimples and blackheads
smear them with Cuticura Ointment
Wash off in five minutes with Cuti
cura Soap and hot yater. Once clear
keep your skin clear by using them for
daily toilet purposes. Don't fail to in
clude Cuticura Talcum. Advertisement
Always Under a Watchful Eye.
'How foolish it is to boast that we
are a free people."
"Well, we're free, aren't we? Why
do you question it?"
"First, because I'm a married man,
and, secondly, because my boss sits
where he can see me every time I en
ter or leave the office."
Mabel"Clara's last photograph was
lovely." Edith*Tes, I had to ask her
who it was."
Can you blame a glove for squeezing
a pretty girl's hand.
Refreshes Wfcary Eyes
When Your Eves feel Dull
nd Heavy, we Mnfas It In-
atantfoRclievmWTlndFetjling KitrirtirmClear. Brttht and
SsadcOnav Handle**. Sold and
BTrrnawinndiid byAUDmMtii i.
Two wayfarers met on the road to
"How's everything?" asked the first
"Rotten," said the second traveler.
"How's everything with you?"
"The same way. What's the name
of that tavern down the road?"
"It's called 'Reduced Wages,' and
offers food and beds to all who come."
"J. know a better inn back this way
a bit called 'Idleness.' The food and
beds are poor, but the oratory's
Women automatically try to flirt
with a married man who loves big
do you like a
You know the kind we mean.t It
comes in a beautiful velvet-lined
leather case and arrives on your birth
day or Christmas. And* when you
have company, and they talk pipes,
you so to the drawer, pull out your
fancy pipe, polish it with the palm of
your hand and perhaps fiUft up and
smoke with your best company
And then, when all the folks have
goneor before they have gone, if
they stay too longyou reach for
your favorite briar, fill her up just
right, and then the World is pretty
good again. The people who seemed
terrible bores a few minutes ago look
like regular human beings as you see
them through a transparent blue haze
of curling smoke. In the meantime,
the fancy pipe bas been relegated to
its glorious case for another period of
It's the same with tobacco, too.
Somebody smoking a fancy brand
offers you his pouch, and just to be a
good fellow you take a pipeful (feeling
a Uttle pang of conscience as you push
the unfamiliar tobacco into your pet
pipe). And you smoke it. It may be
very good tobacco. Perhaps you can't
even decide what, if anything, is the
matter with it.
But it isn't your brand, and when
you get near the end, perhaps just a
Uttle hastily, you knock out the fancy
tobacco and pull out your own, fear
ful lest the too-friendly pouch appear
again and you may have to refuse
gently but firmly.
Have you had such an experience?
And isn't it almost worth it to know
how much you really like your Edge
We don't claim that Edgeworth
pleasesievery man. But we do want
every pipe smoker to try Edgeworth
-to find out for
himself if it isn't
just the taste and
strength to suit
We gladly take
the burden of proof
on our own shoul-
ders. So we will
Plug Slice, to
smoker who will ask for it.
Send us a postcard with your nam*
and address, and we'll put the samples
into the hands of Uncle Sam's mes
sengers just as quick as we can. Then,
when you get thim light up your pipe,
puff away to your heart's content and
you can be the whole jury and the
judge. If you'll add the name and
aduress of your tobacco dealer,
we'd appreciate the courtesy.
Address your card for free
samples to Larus & Brother Co.,
41 South 21st Street, Richmond,
To Retail Tfacco Merchants:
your jobber cannot supply you with
Edgeworth, Larus & Brother Com
pany will gladly send you prepaid by"
parcel post a one-or two-dozen carton
of any size of Plug Slice or Ready
Rubbed for the same price you would
pay the jobber.
W..N. U., Minneapolis, No. 38-1*22.