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For many yean druggists have watched
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mention this paper.Advertisement.
Never laugh when a boy takes you
into his confidence. It's like pulling
teeth for him to do it.
Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced
Pills and salts give temporary re*
Itef from constipation only at the ex
pense of permanent injury, says an
eminent medical authority.
Science has found a newer, better,
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In perfect health a natnral lubricant
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But when constipation exists this nat
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mond Dyes are guaranteed not to spot,
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whether the material yon wish to dye is
wool or silk, or whether it is linen, xottca
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Never put off nntll tomorrow the
creditor who will wait until next
Big Happenings of the Week
Condensed for Benefit of
Engineering societies after investiga
tion report in favor of eight hour work
day in steel mills.
WashingtonTariff experts say
flexibility provision of new law will
make general tariff revisions unneces
sary with political party changes.
Washington Secretary C. E.
Hughes calls conference of Central
American nations on peace and dis
of Labor nonpartisan political com
mittee appeals to voters to repudiate
present congress, charging that it
was for the rich and against the poor.
WashingtonSenator D. I. Walsh,
Massachusetts, -chairman democratic
senatorial campaign committee, after
tour of west, predicts that democrats
will make great^ gains in forthcoming
Washington Proclamation an
nouncing new provisional gov3rnment
for Dominican republic made public
at state department. American mili
tary forces to withdraw.
sioner Roy Haynes will enforce liquor
ruling on foreign ships, but will help
expedite appeal to supreme court on
injunction denied by Judge Learned
Hand, in New York.
WashingtonDepartment of justice
hears that Chicago iron and steel firm
settles government war claim of half
billion dollars growing out of surplus
WashingtonGreat Northern rail
road appeals to -interstate commerce
commission for sufficient cars to
move grain, livestock and coal. Situa
tion serious in northwest.
WashingtonRear Admiral Seaton
Schroeder, retired, from 1909 to 1911,
commander of the Atlantic fleet, is
dead at the Naval hospital. He was
73 years old antl was born in this city,
the son of Francis Schroeder, Ameri
can minister to Sweden.
WashingtonIt is reported that
Herbert Hoover is politically done for
as a power within the Harding admin
istration. He may resign as secretary
of commerce at an early date.
WashingtonBoth Republicans and
Democrats concentrating supreme
campaign efforts in Ohio, president's
state cabinet to take up cudgels of
party. Secretary C. E. Hughes to go
into state last. President Harding
hears of Democratic gains.
ed to ask congress to modify Volstead
"act to relieve government from embar
rassment with foreign nations in en
forcing law as applied to ships.
San Bernardino, Calif.One hundred
and seventy-eight disabled veterans
were moved from the .government hos
pital at Arrow Head Springs, six miles
north of here, when a forest fire be
ChicagoF. A. Torrey, general su
perintendent of motive power of the
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy rail
road, will retire Nov. 1, it was an
nounced. He will be placed on the
Zion, 111.Wilbur Glenn Voliva,
overseer of the Christian Catholic
church in Zion, in a sermon advocated
that the women of his church horse
whip men who smoke in their pres
ence in Zion.
ChicagoSeeking an opportunity to
view skyscrapers at close hand, mem
bers of the Iowa chapter of the Amer
ican Institute of Architects assembled
here for their annual convention in
stead of in Iowa City, Iowa.
Los AngelesFire which broke out
in the battery compartment of the
submarine R-4, at Los Angeles harbor,
did damage estimated at $1,000.
Atlantic City, N. J.Scribbling
across the hacks of two advertising
cards and signed by Herman Thomas
and Frank Kramer of Weehawken, the
following message was washed ashore
in a milk bottle: "Wrecked off lower
Long Island in tug Oct. 14* 1922. Have
not any water left. Drifting out to
sea. Guess well die. Notify parents."
Sioux City," IowaThe town ol
South Sioux City, Neb., has been
placed under, a 10 day quarantine by
city health officers due to an epidemic
of diphtheria. The public schools and
churches of the town will be closed
and no public meetings will be allowed
during the 10 day period.
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN.
SeattleFrancis J. Scrivens, who
served 12 years with the United States
army and suffered two wounds in ac
tion in the World war, lost his fight in
federal court to remain in this country
as a citizen.
Macon, Ga.Aljutant General J,
Van Holt Nash of Atlanta and Lieu*
tenant Butler of Griffin were instantly
killed when an automobile in which
they were riding overturned near
Detroit Mayor James Couzens,
known as "the father of Detroit's mu
nicipal railway system," will take
active charge of the railway, he an
nounced. He is to become general
manager in the absence of Joseph S.
ChicagoIndependents who defy al
legiance to Wilbur Gleen Voliva, and
visitors to the community, may now
smoke with, impunity on the streets of
Zion City. Judge Claire C. Edwards
of the,Lake County circuit court has
granted a temporary Injunction re
straining overseer Voliva from arrest
ins persons indulging in a, smoke.
25$ and 75$ Packages. Everywhere
BillWot d'yer think about this 'ere
Frenchman, Bert, an' his auto-sugges
BertD'yer meag that bloke wot
says you've "only got to keep on re
peating, "Every day I get better and
better," an' you do get better if ye're
BillYes, that's the bloke, Bert.
BertI believe in 'lm, Bill. Why,
every day for the last three months
I've bin savin' to myself, "Some day
I'll get a summons for not paying my
rates," an' strike me pink, yesterday
it landed.Pearson's Weekly.
It is possible, says a prominent New
York physician, to enjoy any kind of
food you may eat, and still not feel
any after effects, such as indigestion,
or gas and intestinal disorders. Use
Quiz three times daily after meals.
Quiz also assists In Body Building,
and keeps the stomach sweet, relieves
heartburn and waterbrash.
Ask your druggist for it, or mail
one dollar direct to The Cas Company,
15 West Thirty-eighth Street, New
York, N. Y.Advertisement.
American Manners Different.
The Englishman, the Frenchman and
the American all think each other ex
tremely bad mannered. The French
man resents the manners of the Eng
lishman and tolerates the crudities of
the American. The Englishman has a
contempt for the manners of both the
French and the American, and the
American comes to Europe humbly
thinking that his manners are prob
ably the worst and willing to learn,
only to find that they are as good as
the French or English manners, but
very different.Milwaukee Journal.
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and heals burning, itching and torturing
skin diseases. It Instantly stops the pain
of burns. Heals without scars. 30c and 60c.
Ask your druggist, or send 30c to The J.
Vf. Cole Co., Rockford. III., for a pack*
"I can get along tollable well with
the White Caps down thls-a-way," ad
mitted Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge.
"Some feller taking a shot at me from
the brush now and again don't pester
me no great. I'm sorter used to feuds,
and so on. But if I lived up there in
Kay See amongst them there bank
bandits, highjackers and all such, I'll
b-hung if I wduldn't be afeared to go
out after dark to shut up the chick
ens."Kansas City Star.
Operatic as Ever.
"Here's a late picture of my aunt
she's a former prima donna." "Well,
Isn't she still? She looks large
Hunger is better than a French
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Condensed tories Happenings
of the Week in Minnesota
DuluthTwelve city skating rinks
will be flooded this year, it was an
nounced by the recreation depart
ment. Warming houses have been^
constructed at each rink.
DuluthTentative plans for a mil
lion cubic foot gas reservoir to be
built In Duluth have been announced
by P. G. Phillips, commissioner of
WillmarThe hearing on the $2,-
600,000 judicial ditch No. 13," Kandi
yohi, Renville and Meeker counties
has been postponed until October,
1923. This ditch is the biggest project
in the history of these counties.
DuluthThe steamer C. S. Robin
son, owned by the Interlake Steamship
company, with a cargo of soft coal
destined for the Duluth docks, was
grounded and sunk on the east side
of Devil's Island.
Virginia, Minn.The memorial com
mittee of the Virginia post of the
American Legion has decided that
nothing further should be done
the construction 'of a memo
rial at. the present time.
KeewatinThe tax levy for 1923 in
the village of Keewatin will be $183,-
496, the village council'has decided.
HibbingOne of the most impor
tant bank transfers on the Mesaba
range was closed when the Hibbing
State bank became the property of
D.' B. Fuller, former state bank ex
Albert LeaJens Wayne, county
commissioner, was perhaps fatally in
jured when his automobile was struck
by a Rock Island train at a crossing.
New UlmFire originating in a
package of motion picture films de
stroyed the Woodman hall and Dan
D. Harris' lumber yard at Cambria,
DuluthBuilding permits for Sep
tember aggregated $691,000 in Duluth,
according to compilations made by the
city building inspector. New construc
tion continues heavy- in public and
HibbingA budget system for every
department of the village goevrnment
will become effective in Hibbing Jan.
1. The council has ordered all de
partment heads to prepare the bud
gets for 1923 and report to the coun
CrookstonThe cornerstone for the
$250,000 building, the first of a num
ber to be erected for the St. Benedict
Catholic Girls' academy, was laid
here Sunday by Rt. Rev. Timothy eor
bett, bishop of the Crookston diocese.
The building will be used as the home
of 250 girls.
Duluth Formally opening the
church for services, Rt. Rev. John' T.
McNicholas, bishop of Duluth, dedicat
ed, the church of the Canons of the
EvelethA syndicate composed of
the First National bank of Eveleth,
the First National of Duluth, and the
Northern National of Duluth, was the
successful bidder for the issue of
$375,000 worth of bonds voted recent
ly by the people. The bid offers to
pay par plus a premium of $19,615.
The bonds will bear interest at 6 per
BrainerdA giant magnet was used
by Dr. Nesmith Nelson to remove a .22
caliber bullet from the eye of Iden
Wade, young son of Hammond Wade,,
who was injured while playing with
WillmarThe concrete paving of
the business section is practically
-completed. New street lamps are
being installed. A white way of
about 14 blocks is a feature of Will
mar's big civic improvement plan.
Albert LeaMore than 300 Kiwan
ians from over the state were here to
assist in the presentation of the char
ter to the. newly formed *club of Ki
wanians. A big parade of celebration^
DuluthMembers of the Wales
Forest Protective association accom
panied b7 representatives of the state
forestry board, forestry, department
and the agricultural department of
the University of Minnesota made a
inspection trip into the north woods.
Chisholm(Special) Bids have
been called for the paving of the new
Babcock highway between Chisholm
and Buhl. The bids are to be opened
Nov. 9 in Duluth.
Ojibwa, Wis.O. O. Horlamus, re
cently resigned as poultry specialist
with the agricultural extension divi
sion, University of Minnesota, is
starting a large poultry farm near
here. He is building a poultry house
30x180 feet and win install an incu
bator of 24,000-egg capacity. He ex
pects to get 6,000 eggs a day before
the end of the year.
St. PaulMinneapolis and St. Paul
will receive less than 50 per cent of
the normal supply of hard cjal, ac
cording to the plans of the fuel ad
ministration and information received
by Ivan Bo^en, state fuel administra
Crookston. -The largest amount of
road improvement contracts ever let
by a Polk county board was awarded
by the board now in session when bids
totalling $215,136 were given to nearly
a score of the 50 competing firms.
DuluthSubjects relative to the
betterment of the farming situation
will 1M discussed at the thirteenth an
nual meeting of the Northern Minne
sota Development association at
Grang Rapids Nov. and 9. The con
vention Is to be held in conjunction
wtth an industrial exposition staged
by the Grand Rapids Commercial
Surprised to Find Her
self Feeling SoWell
Taunton,Mass."I used tohavepaiiw
in my back and legs so badly, with other
I troubles that women
sometimes have, that
my doctor ordered
me to stay in bed a
week in every month.
It didn't do me much
good,soone day after
talking with a friend
who took Lydia EL
ble Compound for
about tiie same trou
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II would try it also.
I find that I can work in the laundry all
through the time and do my housework,
too. Last month I was so surprised at
myself to be up and around and feeling
o good while before I usedto feel com
pletely lifeless. I have told some of the
girls who work with me and have such
troubles to tryLydia E.Pinkham'sVege
table Compound, and I tell them how it
has helped me. You can use my testi
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BLANCHE SILVIA, 69 Grant St, Taunton,
It's the same storyone friend telling
another of the value of Lydia E, Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. Addle Hottell.
Minneapolis, Minn."I want to1
snake this public expression of what
Dr. Pierce's medicines have done
for me. Some, years ago I was in a
weak, run-down, condition with
neither strength nor ambition. A
neighbor suggested that I take Dr,
Pierce's Golden. Medical Discovery,,
I secured a bottle from the drug'
store and this was so helpful that I
had no need of a second bottle. To
those whose condition needs build
ing up I can and do recommend Dr
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery."
4~Mrs. Addle Hottell, 711 Bu
jchanan St., N. B.
Gain health and vitality by ob
taining Dr. Pierce's Discovery at
your drug store, a tablets or liquid.
Death only a matter of short time.
Don't wait until pains and aches
become incurable diseases. Avoid
painful consequences by taking
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Coughs, Colds, Distemper, Influenza.
Heaves Aid Worms among horses ana
mules. Absolutelyharmlcss,and assafe
for colts as it is for stallions, mares or
geldings. Give "Spohn's" occasionally
as a preventive. Sold atall drug stores.
SP0HN MEDICAL CO. GOSHEN. I N D. U.S.A.
Hospital Transported Pick-a-Back.
Dr. A. L. Piper, who for, five years
has conducted a grass hut hospital
among the Alunda tribes of Africa, re
cently bought a large stock of medi
cines, test tubes and laboratory equip
ment in America. These must be con
veyed on the backs of natives for IT
days, under a scorching 3un, before
reaching their destination.Scientific
Big Growth In Standards.
In 1900 there were less than ten
automobile standards in 1921 there
were more than 300 In actual use by