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MIDDLE AGE Need Help to Paw die Crab Saf* lyProof dulLydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Can be Relied Upon. tJrbana,IlL"During Change of Lifu in addition to its annoying symptoms, I had an attack of grippe which bated i all winter and left I me in a weakened condition. I felt at times that I would neverbewell again. I read of Lyma E. nkham's Vege- bfe Gomnound id what ft did for women passing through the Change of EECe, soI told my doctor I would try it. IsoonJaeganto gain in strength and the annoying symptoms dis appeared and yourVegetable Compound has made me a well, strong woman so I do all my own housework. I cannot recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound too highly to women passing'through the Change of Life*" Mrs.FRANK BENSON, 1316 S. Qrchade St, Urbana, 111. Women who suffer from nervousness, "heat flashes," backache, headaches and "the blues" should try this famous i root and herb remedy, Eydia E. Pink- (ham's Vegetable Compound. HEADA6NE Often Caused by AcM-Stenach Tea, Indeed, mot* often than yon fhlnk. Because ACID-STOMACH, starting with in. digestion, heartburn, belching-. foo4-np*t- tac bloat and cas. It not checked, will ejgin tually affect every vital organ of the bfdy. Severe, blinding, splitting headaches are, therefore, of frequent occurrence a* a result f this upsqt condition. Take BA.TONIC. It quickly banishes ncld. atomach with its sour bloat, pain and gas. It aid* digestionhelps the stomach get full strength from every mouthful of food you eat. Millions of people are miserable, weak, sick and ailing because of ACH STOMACH. Poison*, created by partly di gested food charged with acid, are absorbed Into the blood and distributed throughout the entire system. Ttfls ofteji causes rbeTi xnatlam, biliousness, cirrhosis of the ttver. heart trouble, ulcers and even cancer of the stomach. It robs Its victims of their hearth, undermines the strength of the most vigorous. It you want to get back your physical and mental strengthbe full of vim and vigorenjoy lite and be happy, you must get rid of your acid-stomach. In BATONIC you wlU find the very help you need and It's guaranteed. 80 get a big lOe box from your druggist today. If It falls to please you, return it and ho will rotund your money. FATONIC Heal Itching Skins With Cuticnra W. N. U.f Minneapolis, No. 37-1919. No Cash Value Yet. Neighbor"So your son got his B. A. and his M. A." Father"Yes, but his PA still supports him." THE MEN IN CLASS Al A. sound, health? man Is never a Back number. A man can be as vigsromvand able at seventy a at twenty. Condition, npt years, )ut you in the dlaemL A system weakenedTby overwork and care less living brmgs eM age premstately. Tbe bodily fnmiions are impaired and nasJeasant symptoms apnear. The apeak mpt generally the kumej* Beep tarm clean and ta proper wotting con dition and yon wflTaenerjily findionr elf in Clai A. Haarlem Oil Capsules perfodicaly and your system win always be in wdrhint order. Tear spirits will be enlireaed, your muscles supple, your mind active, and year body capable of Bard work. Don't wait until you have been select ed. Commence to he a ftsb-dsas nan now.* Go to year ilsyssjsiif at Get a trial hoc of 6B2I Haarlem OB Cayustea. .They lem GOthe'kind your L_ ex usedX Two capsules cads'day will keep yon toned up and mim$ fine. Mtoney refunded if they do not hasp you, Remember to ask for the tmf GOLD MEDAL. Brand. In three sealed packages.Adv. The cheapest meat to get is the other fellow's goat. A man may notfte a coward because ha Is afraid of a woman. BmHrfHOSrWE IS 000 F06 TBI REMRTEOni A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE. .Frederick e. Kafka. M. IX, Bditar 01 New York Physicians' "Who? WhS,' say* that weak, nervous people who wan laoresaed weight, atrengtn and nerve force, should take a 6-grate taMst Bitro-Phosphate Just before or shartm particular phosphate Is the db eovery of a famous French scientist, an reports of remarkable results from It If you do net feel well If yen tb aasny do not sleep well, or go to jury good druggist ami Itttro^heoplmto for a two plyIt costs only fifty cents a Eat less chew your food and If at the end of a few weeks' yo do not feel stronger and better than yo have for months if your nerves aag IK steadier If you do not sleep better an have more vim, endurance and STATE BREVITIES Moornead.Corn is one of the best crops in Clay county this year, ac cording to Alvin H. Larson, county weed inspector. St. Paul.Friday was moving day at the state capitol. Five state depart ments changing offices to make room for committees of the state legislature during the special session. Crookston.Carl Rude, 8 years old, of Valley City, was crushed to death south of here in an automobile acci dent. The car tipped over in a ditch and caught fire. The body was brought here. St. Paul.Transfers of 315 patients in state insane hospitals were or dered by the state board of control. The changes are to be made to pre serve the balance of patients able to work and those physically disabled. Perham.The big new barn of Mike Schwedowski, his granary and ma chine sheds, also his grain crop and hay were destroyed by a fire recent ly. The loss is close to $5,000, it is estimated, and the insurance is only partial. St. Cloud.Shopmen employed at the Great Northern here have voted to postpone their strike until Nov. 2, as originally planned. The local shop men have decided to abide by their original demands. Seven hundred are affected in the movement. Tracy.Broom and other corns in this vicinity are record crops. Ben Hughes, local grower of broom corn, has a fine field, which stands from ten to eleven feet high. The heads are well filled and it is said to be the finest corn of the kind ever raised in this lo cality. Cusson.Thomas Winton, general manager of the Rainy Lake Lumber company, and his assistant, C. H. Rogers, were hosts to thirty or more lumbermen of Duluth, Superior and the Twin Cities on a houseboat on Lake Kepetogama, near here, the visitors arriving by special train. Fairmont.Sheriff W. S. Carver has gone to Charlesvoiz, Mich., with war rants for the arrest of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Saborowski, charging forgery It is asserted that while on a visit here they passed a considerable amount of worthless paper. Zaborow ski is a returned soldier. Minneapolis.Members of .the Leg islature were honorary pallbearers at the funeral of Representative John G. Lennon of the Thirty-first legislative district which took place at Johnson undertaking rooms, 1900 Hennepin in this city. Burial was in Lakewood cemetery. Members of Elks lodge No. 44 were active pallbearers. Mr. Len non died at his home after a lengthy illness. St. Paul.First indication of a seri ous shortage of grain cars in Minne sota was given in a telegram from the St. Vincent Elevator company, to the state railroad and warehouse commis sion, appealing for cars in which to ship grain and added that Kittson county granary room is filled and that grain now being threshed will have to be dumped on the ground unless cars are furnished promptly. Minneapolis.A conference of Red Cross delegates from every chapter in Minnesota and North and South Da kota has been called by the Northern Division office to be held in Minneap olis September 22 and 23. At this conference the complete peace pro gram of the Red Cross, so far as it has been formulated, will be dis cussed, and plans for the third annual Red Cross Roll Call, to be held No vember 2 to 11, will be announced in detail. Fergus Falls."That Minnesota will have the largest corn crop in the his tory of the state is indicated by the September report of the Bureau of Crop' estimates issued through the Minnesota Field Agent, Paul H. Kirk. Speaking about crop conditions in' Minnesota, Mr. Kirk says: "Based on a condition of 93 per cent of normal, a corn crop of 111,672,000 bushels is Indicated Which is the greatest ever produced in this state. The total crop last year was 110,000,000 bushels. Fairmont.Professor Charles A. Krahmer, known throughout southern Minnesota as a band leader and in structor of music, shot and killed him self here. He had started for an automobile ride with his wife. Get ting out of the car to shut the garage door, he stepped inside the building and fired a bullet from a pistol through the right temple. Melancholia over the recent commitment to an asylum of a brother is believed to have prompted the act. He was 68 years old. Grand Rapids. Potato buying opened almost a month earlier in this section than ever partly because po tatoes are farther along this year at this season than usual, hut chiefly be cause the market is unusually strong and the prices particularly good. Mant of the potato growing sections appear to have either poor crops on account of too much moisture, or be cause the farmers went into more profitable crops, the guarantee on wheat and other crops inducing them to forego raising potatoes. Little Falls.The 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richter, a farmer 'iving near here, was accidentally hanged when he tried to get into an iron bed. The little tot climbed from a chair to the bed at the foot and in trying to get through the framework, -lipped and was accidentally caught. Mankato.Ole Nelson, a merchant here, killed himself by suffocation. N'elson placed his head under a tin mpola in the rear of his shop and leld a blow torch in *such position hat he forced himself to inhale the fumes from the lighted torch which caused his death. THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN. Stillwater.At the meeting of the Scandia Farmers' Club it was voted to hold a calf show at Scandia on Octo ber 4. Brainerd. The Northern Potato Company, in whichl local business men are interested, has shipped three cars of potatoes and has two more to ship soon. Lake City.Mrs. John Meyer, 61 years old, was instantly killed when struck by a Milwaukee mail train here. Besides her husband, she is survived by seven children. Winona.Lieut. Edmund ClemensM of Winona, who has been chosen for the consular service of the United States and will work with the military attache of the American legation at Sofia, Bulgaria, has left for his new post. Winona.Rt. Rev. Patrick R. Hef fron, D.D., bishop of the diocese of Winona, has started on a two weeks' trip throughout the diocese in the interest of the campaign for raising of a fund of $1,000,000 for a Greater St. Mary's College in Winona. International Falls.Miss Phyllis Sullivan is now principal of the South International Falls school. She for merly taught there, but during the past year was engaged in training.as a nurse in the army service and was dis charged but a few months ago. Sauk Rapids.Over a month ago Donald Campbell, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. dkmpbell of Sauk Rapids, went to the postoffice to get the mail for his mother and has never returned. His disappearance is one of the most mysterious that has happened in this section in years. Trommald. The special election held at Trommald by Independent School District No. 110, on the propo sition to bond the district for $10,000, carried by more than four to one. The bonds will pay for the building of an addition to the Trommald school building. Fairmont.Turtle Lake, the largest of Martin county's half hundred bodies of water, is to be dammed by the state of Iowa at its southern outlet, accord ing to word received here, in order to increase the flow of water in the Des Moines river in dry seasons and make it navigable for small crafts. St. Paul.Calvin L. Brown, chief justice of the state supreme court, has returned from a vacation outing spent near Spicer. Associate justices also are returning from vacations and the court will resume regular sessions ftept. 22. Seventy-three appeals are set for hearing between the opening date and Nov. 1. St. Cloud.The seventh annual fair of the Benton County Agricultural So ciety registered the biggest attendance and was said to be one of the best fairs ever promoted by the society. Only one auto theft was reported at the fair grounds during the fair days and that auto was recovered twenty minutes after the theft. Roseau.Hans Trandem has a half acre on his lots on North Riverside Avenue from which he has without doubt harvested the biggest money return for an equal tract of land in the county, if not In the state. The half acre is in raspberries and when the picking is finally completed the gross returns will be close to $300. Red Lake Falls.Rev. Charles E. Bronson, D.D., pastor of Westhope Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia for the past nineteen years, returned here last week after an absence of thirty-six years and preached in the Presbyterian church which he founded here in 1883. Dr. Bronson came here from Crookston in a lumber wagon in 1883 with Dan Patterson of St. Hilaire, a Mr. Thibeau who came to start a saloon, and a Mr. Morris who was to start a bank. St. Paul. A state organization against a possible recurrence of the influenza epidemic which caused thousands of deaths late last year in Minnesota, has been begun by Dr. Charles E. Smith, Jr., acting executive officer of the Stai Board of Health, at the request of qRuper Blue, surgeon general of the United States Public Health Service. Plans to combat an other possible outbreak of the disease will be discussed at the regular meet ing October 14 of the State Board of Health. Minneapolis. Delegates from all over the state were here when H. J. Merdlcnk of Ely, president of the Min nesota division, Woodrow Wilson Way Association, opened the annual meet ing which was devoted largely to com mittee reports and recommendations looking toward state development through betterment of its highways. The "Way" extends from Ely, In the northeast corner of Minnesota, thence over the Shakopeo bridge, southwest to Albert Lea and Des Moines. Its southern terminum is El Paso, Tex. St. Paul.Extra precautions against fire in a pine forest along the North ern Pacific Railroad south of Moose Lake, which is rated an extraordinary fire hazard as the result of a severe hall storm, have been ordered by W. T. Cox, state forester. The hail stripped the needles and the bark from the pines, leaving them to dry and make an unusual fire danger, the for ester said. Special crews were sent into the district and will be kept there for a few weeks until the menace is over. Reports are asked as to the area ef timber damage. Duluth.Receipts of coal at Duluth and Superior docks fell off during August as a result of the strike of dock operatives. Arrivals of anthra cite for the month were 82,100 tons as compared with 197,200 tons during July, and bituminous receipts were 516,500 tons, against 1,327,400 tons during July. The movement of an thracite this way up to September 1 aggregated 862,700 tons, a falling off of 121.000 tons from the corresponding period last year, and 5.002,000 tons of bituminous came in, an excess of 430.50 tons as compared with the period in 1918. I ana Importan to all Women Reader of this Paper Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy con dition, they may causa the other organs to become diseased. Tou may suffer pain in the hack, head ache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irrita ble and may he despondent it makes any one to. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring health to the kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Many send for a sample bottle to sea what Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medicine, will do for them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., you may receive sample size bottle by Parcel Post. You can purchase medium and large size bottles at all drug stores.Adv. Think Texan Has Right Tip. The municipal bat roost and the or dinance prohibiting the destruction of the little animals were introduced In San Antonio, Tex., by a local doctor several years ago. The city has since enjoyed such gratifying immunity from mosquitoes and malaria that the doc tor's fame has gone abroad. He has now been Invited by the Italian gov ernment to establish a "battery" in that country, and by the British to ex periment with his idea in India. The insufferable heat and prolonged rains of the latter country often make the mosquito nuisance a serious menace to national health.Popular Mechan ics Magazine. How's This? We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak en internally and acta through ths Blood on tbe Mucous Surfaces of the System. Sold by druggists for over forty years. Price 76c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney dc Co., Toledo, Ohio. Preserving Morale. Morale implies morals, and more. It may be possible to be perfectly clean morally and yet have low morale. Morale Implies hope, courage, determi nation. Many a good man lacks these. He Is good morally, but has lost his grip on the world and himself. In spite of his goodness he is doomed to defeat. On the other hand a man can't have the highest morale if his life is not clean. Mental and physical im purity are bound to leave their stain upon the life. Then in time of stress something'will give way and the papers will talk about collapse and overwork and things. The only way to meet life's problems is to keep fit. That means more than mere eating and drinking. It means the proper care of the whole organism. Freshen a Heavy Skin With the antiseptic, fascinating OBtt cura Talcum Powder, an exquisitely scented convenient, economical face, akin, baby and dusting powder and perfume. Renders other perfumes su perfluous. One of the Cutlcura Toilet Trio (Soap, Ointment, Talcum) .Adv. Soda in the Bath. Soda added to the bath makes the water very pleasant and leaves ths kin soft and clean. GET y* ~,se CIGARETTE a package today. No tice theflavorthewhole some taste of Kentucky Burley tobacco. Why do so many "regular men" buy Lucky Strike cigarettes? They buy them for the special flavor of the toasted Burley tobacco. There's the big reasonit's toasted, and real Burley. Make Lucky Strike your cigarette. 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If your local dealer cannot or will not supply you, take no substitute but write for Alabastine designs and we will give you name of nearby dealer. Alabastine Company 1645 Grandvllle Ave Grand Rapids, Mich. The reason there aren't more good natured men In the world is because there are so many bores. Savory beans, Mexican peppers, choice bits of tendertm all in a hot Spanish sauce! Such is Libby"s Chih Con Carneask your grocer for a package today. Try with rice, mashed potatoes or spaghettiit's deugntniLl Ubby. MfNetll 4k Libby. Chicago LUCKY STRIKE 0 /y Gunrtjntood tjjp TfuirJrHA, esrtecutA* TfGtt Alabaitimt RttuIuYi* Must AM* AMuHtu kg If am* I.'i.l.i A superstitious Individual says it is' a bad sign to write, another man's' name on a note.