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Grand Forks herald. [volume] (Grand Forks, N.D.) 1916-1955, February 10, 1920, Image 6

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McVille, X. D., Feb. 10.—According
to local report just forty-six people
heard the talks given here recently by
^Representative Kietzman of this
county and Senator Ettestad of Mc-
Henry county, who harangued in
"«Xavor of legislation passed ''by the
•'Nonpartisan league legislature.
R. R. Lofthus acted as chairman.
SEEDS
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Refore you ^buy seeds write to
\'alker's at Minot. We have
nly hardy seeds for our north
-n climate. Field seeds such
Swee« Clover, Brown's
lints, Sudan, Sunflower and all
ids of Corn. We also have a
nplete variety of northern
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vegetable and flower
si- Write us today.
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EENHOUSES
1 LOWERS AMD SEEDS
Minot, N. D.
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DISEASE
TASOOT
ST. LOUIS
Feb. lb
William Hatery, a pioneer who
was born in Dakota territory la
1884 and whose whole life was
spent in the two. Dakotas, is
dead. The deceased was son
of Jaoob Hatsey. who was a
bookkeeper for and a member
of the old American For com
pany, with headquarters In St.
Louis. Hal Bey was a friend of
mep who made Dakota territory
history, numbering among his
confidants Sttting Bull. Rain in
the Fac\. Major Gal pin, John
Grass, Bishop Marty, James
Clayton. Enoch Oowder, then a
shavetail lieutenant, and General
Cnstcr. His early days were
upeni as a rterk, in a trading
store at olil FVwt Pierre, and la
ter ho and a partner devoted
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THE CAPITAL
Bismarck. N. D., Feb. 10.—A man
who is expected to make a. noise in
the. local business world is George
Rattling Hall, who has purchased
Moses Tiokasin's halt Interest in the
Fort Yates pool hall.
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A meeting of citizen: Indians will
be held at Fort Yates' tonight to
complete an organization effected at
McLaughlin last week, when Robert
High Eagle was 'named, president
F. R. Tomahawk, vice president
Ralph White, secretary, and George.
Archambault, treasurer of a union,
which /will promote the Interests of
red citisens of the United States.
Lake
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era! years to furnishing wood for
the steamers which plied the
Miwonri between St. Louis and
Fort Beqton. He built the ng.
erwrton home in whicb be died
in 1877.
Nonparty Audience
At MTiUe Is Small
Dog and Thomas' Frosted
•were instrumental In arranging for
this evening's meeting.
"Joe Bush" Powers of Thunder
Hawk, a veteran of the civil war.
who came here In the early days as
a regular soldier and who was one
of the oldest white residents of the
reservation, is dead at the age of 74.
He was the proprietor of a boarding
house at Fort Yates 28 years ago
later he homesteaded, disposing of
his claim when he came to Thunder
Hawk.
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In response to a call from Theo
dore Koffel, Burleigh county Repub
licans will meet in mass convention
at the court house at 2 o'clock Tues
day, afternoon to select twelve dele
gates to the state convention called
by, members of the Republican state
central^ committee to meet in Bis
marck on February 17. It is an
nounced that any Burleigh county
Republican will be admitted to the
county convention.
Attorney General William Langer
has returned from a several, weeks'
successful speaking tour which car
ried him into every section of the
state.
CUSTER SCOUT DIES
AT NEW^ROCKFORD
New Rockford, N. D., Feb. 10.—
Frederic O. Getchell, 68, of New
Rockford, a member of the original
"Custer Scouts," an organization
maintained by the government to
keep in touch with the Indians and
their movements in northwest
pioneer days, died at his home here
last night. He was county, auditor of
Eddy county in 1890.' Paralysis
caused his death.
M'Cone County To Vote
On Seed Grab Bonds
Circle, Mont., Feb. 10.—On Friday,
February 13, the electors of McCone
county will vote on the proposition of
bonding the county for $160,000 for
the purpose of supplying seed grain
to needy farmers. The special elec
tion has been called in response to a
petition sighed by 153 property hold
ers in -the county.
The bonds will: bear a rate of in
terest not to exceed 7 per cent and
must mature in at least five years. It
is generally believe'd that tne' propo
sition will# carry by a large majority.
My-Krota is 2y2 Times Stronger than
Carbolic Acid as a Germ Killer—yet
Non-Poisonous.
How to Avoid the "Flu"
1. Avoid needless crowding—influenza is a crowd dis
ease*
2. Smother your coughs and sneezes—others do not
want the germs which you would throw away.
3. Your nose, not your month, yias made to breathe
through—get the habit.
Remember the three C's—a clean month, clean
skin, and clean clothes. Use My-Kroba.
5. Try to keep cool when you walk and warm when
you riflk? and sleep.
•. Open the windows—always at home at night at the
oflicfe when practicable.
7. Food will win the war if yon give it a chance—
help by choosing and chewing your food weD.
8. Your iatc may be in your own hands—wash your
Jwnds before tutting. Use My-Kroba in washwater.
•. Don't let the waste products of digestion accumu
late—drink a glass or two .of water on getting up.
10. Don't use a /nankin, towel., spoon, fork, glass or
enp .which has been used by another person
and
not washed. Use My-Kroba in washwater.
1 Avoid tight clothes, tight shoes, tight gloves seek
'O make nature your ally, not your prisoner.
12. When the air is pure breathe alt of it you can—
breathe deeply.
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Fymptoms'of the Flu
-sy*PTOMS:—3hills,
headache, temperature,
lassitude, aching of the joints'and nerves.
At Orat sigh of ferer, sneezing or oold, go to
tenj! m-J&keep warm: Tho ^hicf danger. Is that
nf glcct of slmpte precautions may lead to pnea
BKnla or lung trotible. Over-exertion should be
ctrp tly avnldctl in order ^hat. UWm may be.no Oe
preatdng after effects. I
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Wiltiston Men Boost
fx For Mills To Make
Paper From Straw
WilUflton, X. P., Feb. 10.—
Erection of a state mill equipped
tb make papeivout of wheat and
flax straw, hah been agitated
among local bubifflsmen. The'
plan would contemplate several
small plants throughout the state
where the straw would .be re?
to
Fine Farm Home Is
Burned Near Mohall
MQhall. N. D., Feb. 10.—The farm
residence of Frank Bo wen, four miles
from this city, waa entirely destroyed
in a midnight. Mace that had made
such headway before discovered that
nothing could be saved from the
building. It was with difficulty that
Mrs. Bowen and the children were
able to escape with their lives, and
clad hi their night clothes took refuge
in the barn where they suffered con
siderably from the cold before assist
ance reached Khem.
The. residence was one of the bet
ter onM of the nelghborhoodt and is
a complete loss as 90 insurance was
carried.
New Postmaster Is
Named At Dickinson
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Dickinson, N. D., Feb. 10.—William
Ijenneville, for several years assistant
postmaster here, 'has been named
Sy
ostmaster to All the vacancy caused
the resignation of Frank Lish.
Word has reached here that Mr. Len
neville's name has been approved by
the United States senate.
Contrary to the usual custom, Mr.
Lenneville announces that he will be
an "active" postmaster rather than
an "acting" postmaster, and will con
tinue Juggling letters and Chicago
catalogs as before.
Red Coat Is Supreme In
Canadian Police Circles
Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 10.—i-On Sat
urday at midnight the Canadian po
lice'force as it is at present constitut
ed, ceased to exist, and .the personnel
thereof is absorbed by the Royal Ca
nadian Mounted Police, tlie title of
the Royal North West Mounted po
lice being changed with the coming
into effect of the new act.
Outside of Ottawa, all detachments
will be mounted, and will wear the
"red coats" which have so frequently
struck terror to the hearts of lawless
characters In the western provinces.
Deyils Lake To Award
Paying Contract Today
Devils Lake, N. D., Feb. 10.—Con
tracts for paving forty city blocks
here will be let tonight. The opening
of the bids has been delayed by the
city commissioners awaiting the re
turn of E. F. Flynn who has'been ab
sent for some time from the city.
No opposition to the paving project
has been met with.
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SUPPORT LANGER
New Rockford, N. 0., Feb. 10
•—A resolution reebmtnertding to
the Republicans and' Democrats'
of the state that thfjr /join in
nupporfliiK. Attorney 1 General
Wm'. jforigfe? for governor.' in op
position to the Nonpartisan
league candidate, was adopted at
I the Republican county oonven
'tkm of Eddy county, hold yes
terday.
About forty counties arc hold
ing' RopubHttui oourity conven
tions today for the selection bf
delegates to attend tlie state con
ventlon that will be held at Bis
niarck on February 17,. under the
call of a group of, members of
the Republican state central
committee. The state convention
will nominate candidates tor
delegate* to the national con-.
ventlon.'
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KIDS AT RAT PLAY '""n
ROBBER IN STORE
Ray, N. D., Feb. 10.—A number of
boys In this'city rangingjnage from
8 to 12 yoars, gained entrance to the
Charlson store through a rear window
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nerves affe to a woman's body the telegraph system which
surely Warns her of any trouble in the feminine make-up.
Doctor Pi erce's Favorite Prescription is the ideal woman's
tonic for such conditions. It cures and builds up.
When a woman complains of backache, dizziness or pain—when
everything looks black before her eyes—a dragging feeling, or bear
ing-down, with nervousness, she ^hould turn' to this temperance"
herbal tonic, known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It can be
obtained in
Small Bottle 50c Large Bottle $
1
From your Druggist. If he does not seil it, fill- out Coupon and Mail to
Us. Orders sent by Return Mail.
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and helped themselves literally to
^ackknives, flashlights, watches, gum,
'candles and other articles and eat
ables dear to the .hearts of allyouth
ful devotees of Diamond, Dick.
.Suspicion fastened itself upon the
.leaders of the gang and a confession,
was. obtained and the goods, except
ing the, candles and qooldes, were re­
every drug store in the land and the ingredients are
printed in plain. English on the wrapper. Put up in tabletB or/liquid.
Dr. Pierce's invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., will send a trial size for 10c.
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With the Great Germ killer and Disinfectant
(Formerly Spelled Microba)
Grand Forks is Fighting the Flu with My-Kroba
Our sales during the present epidemic have been unprecedented. Five of the six
Grand Forces theatres are disinfected with My-Kroba. .Many business houses are
spraying their offices and workshops with My-Kroba. Nearly every home in the
city uses My-Kroba in some capacity and the indications are that Grand Forks will
show-fewer cases of the flu than any city of its size in the country and by far the
lowest death rate. TAKE THE TIP AND USE MV-KROBA. Use it as a gargle
and mouth washr to sterilize dishes spray your nostrils use/it in the wash water
and bath use it in the wash tub and scrub pail and spray your home with it/ .My
Kroba will kill the flu germs surely and quic&ly.
MATf npnT?p rniipnw /. 'a
MAIL ORDER COUPON
Find enclosed $. Sy.¥!\ for which please^send me inime
at el 5 0 a $ 1 0 0 1
'bottles of My-Kroba. I
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ture was admlhlstered to the hpy®. but flew CDpnCi Added 10
the parents were admonlshed to keepJ
the-component elements of the gang
well Ip hand in U\g. future.
Hatton Church Has V
Fine New HPipe Organ
Hatton, N. D.. Feb. 10.—The big
pipe organ which was purchased for
the St. John's Lutheran church here.
has been'installed and was'In use for
after the packing and shipping him-1 town current, thus, doing away.
self and by rushing the work, had the
big organ in place in one. week's time.
New Rockford WiU Raise'
$10,060 Booster Budget
New Rockford, N. D., Feb. 10.-—At
a regular meeting of the Community
club hem it was decided 'to raise a
budget of $10,000 for booster purpos
es during the year 1920.
'QVER1 lSh.Mb.NT. ADVERTISEMENT.
WORRY AND WRINKLES
Despondency is at
thing of evil results.'
Worry produces noth
ing but wrinkles and
wretchedness. Let the
reader put a note on
her bureau, on her
desk, and at the head
of her bed, just two
words,
"DONT WORRY"
Worry is the great
est foe to the happiness
of any household. An
anxious, despondent
face, a fretful, com
plaining voice, will
make every one un
comfortable.
A woman's nerves
are more truly the
cause of worry than
outside troubles. The
THE "FLU" GERM
and the local band- Several conven
tions, including the Northpakota
Firemen's convention, we .•*??
for the summer." A celebration or
some kind will be' jrtaged,v*ry l»«y
on the. Fourth o^ July. Tne papital
removal flgtftwlll be continued.
Penibina, N. D., Feb. 10.—A hew
150 horsepower Bessimer engine has
arrived ancl Is being installed at the
Pembina light and power plant. The
engine can carry of the load likely
to beput on here for many years to
com^T It Is probable that all of the
grain elevators in town Will install
the constant danger of Are from gaso
line, engines.
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Flu this Tear is Milder
The rules- given above, recom
mended by the New York City
Bpard of Health, are guides to
good health at all times. Particu
larly should: they be followed just
now, when influenza is again
abroad in the land. Authorities
agree, however, that the flu this
year is leas severe than in 'the
last epidemic—the attacks are
shorter'and 'the death rate. lower.
Ii\ fact, many physicians insist that
the epidemics now being reported
from so many sections are not flu
at all, but simply he old-fashioned
grip.1
Keep the Air Passages Healthy
While, we know very',little more
about the flu now than we did last
year—the germ itself has never
been positively identified still
most, authorities agree that the .flu
genn's -are breathed in. If the
system is in good shape and the
membrane or lining of the air pas
sagos is in healthy condition—
those germs are thrown off.
A .good plan is to melt a little
Vick's VapoRub in a spoon, night
and morning, and inhale the va-
pors, also apply, a little up the
nostrils several times a day, 'espe
cially before being exposed to
crowds.
Treat All Golds Promptly
Above all, keep free from colds,
colds Irritate the lining' of- the
ir passages and make them real
reeding. grounds for germs.
Prompt use of Vick's VapoRub aids
in preventing colds. For head
colds, sore throat or hoarseness,
rub Viclts well over the. throat and
chest and cover with a warm
flannel cloth. For deep chest
colds, severe sore throat or bron-.
chitis, hot wet towels should flrst
be applied to the throat, chest and
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If My-Kroba is Swallowed by Mistake
Do Not Fear, for it Will Not Cause
Sickness. My-Kroba is Non-Poison
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How to Use My-Kroba
to drops of My-Kroba
in a glass of water—gargle sev
eral times a day.
STERILIZE DISHES
A teaapoonful My-Kroba in the
dishwater will thoroughly rfter
illse the dishes. Remember 4Iy
Krobaoanhotpoison.
WASH WATER
10 "to It drops in wash water:
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Mail or wire your orders at once. Us
ual/trade discounts jpven.^TJundreds
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ing in daily. Supply YOUR custom
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association, n. 4
commenting on the exenange
ation today, said.
-During the nrst seveh months^of
for Canadian productions.
Herald Waiit.Ads Bring Results.
To Prevent Flu and Golds
Should Observe
(1 Sleep 8 hours—»With windows wide open
0 (2) Eat wisely—exercise regularly—don't worry .^.
(3) Aypid crowds arid persons, having colds
back between the shoulder blades,
to open the pores. Thenv Vicks
should be rubbed in* over the parts
until the skin is red—spread on
thickly and covered with two
thicnesses of hot flannel cloths.
Leave the clothing loose around
the neck, so the vapors released by
the body heat may be freely in
haled.
These vapors, inhaled with each
breath, carry the medication di
rectly to the lungs and air passages.
At the same time Vicks is absorbed
thru and stimulates the skin, thus
aiding to relieve the congestion
within.
Use of External Treatments for
Colds Increasing
Vick's VapoRub is the discovery
of a North Carolina druggist who
found how to combine in salve
form the standard time-tested
remedies. Camphor Menthol—
Eucalyptus— Thyme, etc.—so that
when the salve is applied- to the
body heat these ingredients are
liberated in the form of vapory
Vicks is particularly recom
mended for children's croup or
colds, since it is externally applied
and therefore can be used freely
and. often without the slightest
harmful effects.
The best evidence ofcthe value of
Vicks is the steadily' increasing
number of peorile who have been
converted to the use of this "out
side" treatment.
Beginning with the customers of
a small retail drug store, the use of
Vicks has grown year by year—
state by state—until now more
than 17 million jars ape used an
nually. And this in spite of the
fact that Vicks is a new form of
treatment to many folks in the
North and West. Vicks can be
had at all druggists in three sixes—
30c, 80c, or |1.20.
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DISEASE
SNUFF-UP NOSE
Use .2 to 3 drops of My-Kroba
In a glass of water—use nose
sprayer or snuff up nostrils.
STERILIZE CLOTHES
1 to 2 tablespoonsful MyrKroba
In the wash tub wUl kill -any
germs which may be in the
clothes.
SPRAT HOME,
Use 1 teaspoonful My-Kroba in
a quart of wate/*. Spray home
or office thoroughly and regu
larly. My-Kroba/will leave no
.« disagreeable1 odor.
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