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On the Market Half a Century. When you are In. perfect health, and are enjoying a strong and vigorous vitality, it is then that your blood is Ires from alt impuri ties. You should b4 very careful and give heed to the slightest indica tion of impure blood. A sluggish circulation it often Indicated by TRAMPS PLEA THAT FAILED Sufferer Quite Unable to See Style of "Splitting and Hacking" Proposed by Farmer's Wife. Lawson Purdy, secretary of a char ity organization, said a brilliant address on charity In New York: "Charity bestowed on the profes sional beggar is worse than wasted. A gaunt scarecrow with a red nose knocked at the' beck door of a farm house one bitter December day. 'Charity, lady/ he croaked. 'Char ity for the sake of the Christmas feast wot'e approachinV "Here he coughed dismally. *Lady,' he went on, *I got a split tin' headache and a hackin' cough, and' "But the wise farm woman Inter rupted him. 'A splittln' headache and a hackin* toughr she said. Then you won't mind goln' out to the woodshed and splittln' the kindlin' and rackin' them oak logs. When you're through I'll give you a meal of' "But the sufferer with a gesture of rage and disgust was already hurry lag on." Cruel Agreement. MaudThis keen air is certainly exhilarating. I feel like a four-year aid this morning. BelleAnd you look it, dearten times over.Boston Transcript. Hdi. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Ove Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMMMY. NSW YORK CUT. Yes S. S. S. Is Purely Vegetable Nature's Safe Blood Treatment an impaired appetite, a feeling of lassitude and a general weakening of the system. It is then that you should promptly take a few bottles f S. S. S. It will aid in cleans ing the blood and build up and strengthen the whole system. S. S. S. is sold by all druggists. Valuable information about thd blood supply can be had free by writing to the Swift Specific Co., 50 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. He Went to L. The late P. T. Barnum delighted to tell of his thousand and one amusing experiences, especially some that hap pened during his first tour of England with "the greatest show on earth." One of the best Is a Joke on the "cham pion humbugger" himself. Barnum, on a leisure evening, bought a ticket to an English music hall. Imagine his keen delight as he heard'the usher, as he took the tickets of the people ahead say: "Letter Hay, first roy letter Hee, fifth row letter Heff, sixth row letter High, ninth row," and then. In response to Barnum'a Inquiry, "Where do I go?" he said: "You go to Hell, sir." Lava Blanket Conceals Gold. Prospectors arriving at Nome, Alaska, recently teld of a great valley of placer gold ore believed buried be neath a huge age-old blanket of lava which stretches for miles aloag the right shore of the Inmachuk river in the Kotzbue country near Nome. A gold-beaiiug gravel has been found by miners who have attempted to tunnel under the rim of the lava sheet. Drills will not penetrate the lava, the pros pectors said. One "sourdough" miner. H. L. Stull, said he tried to break the lava with power drill last summer, but failed. Be Johnny on the spot when there is an opportunity to be grasped, other wise you may find it missing. If You Hear Anybody Talking about coffee prices or coffee troubles, tell them to quit coffee and try Instant Postum A ten days* trial shows results that please, and with gain in comfort there is no loss of pleasure. A wonderful table drink, pure, health ful, economical, deliciousl No advance in price* "There's a Reason" Made by Postum Cereal Co* Battle Creek, Mich. riS*i* (Chatfield.Mr. THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH. MINN. HAPPENINGS IN GOPHER STATE News From All Parts of Minne sota Given in Condensed Form. EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD Where Busy Readers Will Find News From All Parts of State Tersely Chronicled for Their Benefit. Bemidji.A. T. Carlson, city chair man of the Near East relief drive, re cently held in Bemidji, reports $1,007.40 was secured, while the ex penses were only $17.03. Stillwater.Five aliens were ad mitted to citizenship in district court by Judge J. N. Searles, out of a class of 13. One of the men in the class could not answer the simplest ques tion propounded by R. S Coleman of St. Paul. WinonaCarl Rott, formerly of Wessington Springs, S. D., has pur chased the 683-acre farm located at Ridgeway, Winona county, from a land man in this city. The price paid for the farm is said to have been in excess of $50,000. Owatonna.More than $3,500 of Steele county's $6,000 quota for the Near East relief fund has been raised, according to officials of the county executive committee. Efforts will be made to complete the quota within the next two weeks. Medford.The Medford graded and high schools have opened again after having been closed because of the in fluenza epidemic. The epidemic is believed to have died out entirely in this section, all remaining cases of the disease being convalescent. St. Paul.A stubborn Are of spec tacular proportions, which threatened to spread to three small hotels, de stroyed the Rialto theater. Firemen fought the blaze for five hours. The temperature was 5 deg. below zero. Loss is estimated at $100,000. St. James.St. James district re ported its quota raised for the Near East Relief in the campaign for $750,- 000 to be raised in the state for the famine stricken Armenians. Will Cur tis, publisher of St. James Plain dealer, is chairman of the district. Hibbing.A jury in the case of the state against John McGrath of Buhl returned a-verdict of not guilty after being out two hours. McGrath, a member of the Buhl board of educa tion, was charged with fraudulently presenting claims to public officials. Crookston.The heaviest thaw of the season has caused residents of northern Minnesota to prepare for the final break of the winter. On ac count of the heavy snow, serious floods are expected. More than 51 inches of snow have fallen in this district this winter. Winona.Knights of Columbus to the number of 400 from all parts of southeastern Minnesota gathered here for a banquet and exemplification of the first, second and third degrees. The work was under direction of Wi nona Council, No. 639. Knighthood was conferred on a class of 55. Red Wing.That Red Wing is a motor boat town in every sense of the word is demonstrated by a glance at the city assessor's tax records, which show that at least $4,000 annually is collected on motor boats owned in this cityt' Of this sum $3,000 ia Fed eral tax while $1,000 is local tax. WorthinghamThe high cost of material will not interfere with, pav ing operations in Worthington this year. The city council has let the contract for 56 blocks of paving and this added to the work yet to be done on last year's contract will make a total of 100 blocks to be paved this year. and Mrs. William Brooks of this place celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary here. They were married at High Forest, near here, in 1860. The family consists of five children, 10 grand children and six great-grandchildren. Of the 70 guests present, not one had before at tended a diamond wedding celebra tion. Duluth.-Although fire sufferers in the Cloquet district are willing that all claims for losses growing out of the 1918 fires be pooled and tried as a single lawsuit, it became known here that the United States railroad ad ministration disapproved the plan. It is probable that individual suits will be started. Moorhead.Charges that they per mitted ai least 100 of their flock of sheep on their farm near Moorhead to starve to death were preferred against Gutfried and Oscar Danielson. States Attorney G. H. Rustad, who issued the warrants, said an official investigation disclosed several piles of dead sheep on the place, with at least 150 more sheep in an1 emaciated condition. S Paul.Return of the railroads to private ownership under the new Esch-Cummins law leaves the' regu lating powers of the Minnesota state railroad and warehouse commission almost in the same status as before Federal control, members of the com mission said. Minneapolis.Final reports of Maj. Gen. E. H. CroWder, provost marshal general, received by E. P. Hoover, army recruiting officer, Minneapolis, show that Minnesota still has 3,428 deserters. This includes the men who failed to report for military service after registration. *c! J 'ji wmm^mm mm Bemidji Frank Dewey, charged with setting fire to a hotel here, was arraigned in municipal court late and bound over to the grand jury. Red WingChamber of Commerce directors decided to stage a historic pageant Aug. 5 and 6, depicting devel opments of Red Wing from early days. Sauk Center.At a meeting of fai mers in this city a plan of erecting a stock sales pavilion was launched. The territory will cover several coun ties. Jackson.The present indications are that the $1,000,000 ditch project plan for Sioux Valley township will be abandoned without further proceed ings. La Crescent Three weeks after the death of her husband and two weeks after the death of her mother, Mrs. Anna B. Petterson died at her home here. WinonaFire completely destroyed the home of James Ferrier, well known Winona county farmer, in the southwest corner of the county. The loss was estimated at $6,000. Fairmont.County road crews with shovels and scrapers are working out of this city in all directions opening highways which have been blocked to automobile traffic since the last storm. Bemidji. President M. W. Deputy of the Bemidji normal school announced that the "teachers' summer training term of that institution will begin June 14 and will continue until Julj 24. StillwaterEating poison tablets, thinking they were candy, caused the death of Norma Ethel Wendt, aged 2, at Afton, Minn., near here. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Albert Wendt. Albert Lea.Professor W. H. Alder man and Professor E S. Mcintosh, of the University farm, were the leading speakers here at the annual ijieeting of the Southern Minnesota Horticul tural society. Owantonna.The ban placed on public dances and other gatherings some time ago by the loca* board of health has been lifted, following the almost complete disappearance of the influenza here. East Grand Forks Supt. II. E Wolff, formerly superintendent of schools in East Grand Forks, has been re-elected at Deer River, Minn., at an increase in salary. Mr. Wolff left this city five years ago for Fairmont and later to Deer River. Moorhead.Beltrami County Agent A. W. Aamodt resigned his position, which will take effect April 1, when he will come to Moorhead to take the position as manager of the Clay Coun ty Certified Seed Potato*Growers' as sociation at a largely increased salary. Winona.The threatened strike of the janitors of Winona public schools was avoided here when a compromise of $50 bonus for the balance of the school year was accepted. The jani tors had notified the board it their de mands for a flat increase of $25 a month was not met they would turn in their keys. St. Paul.Minnesota railroad taxes for the last half of 1919 were $500,000 less than for the/same period of 1918, according to figures announced bv the state tax commission. The state's 5 per cent gross earnings tax for the last six months of 1919 brought in $4,367,752.37. The 1918 taxes were $4,809,462.50. Duluth."Twenty years from now an illegal sale of liquor will be looked upon as a violation of law, but the peo ple of this country will consider it as great a disgrace as stealing," Judge Page Morris told John Beaton, Robert Blossingham and Terrence Lennon in United States district court, when he sentenced them to 30 days terms at the Beltrami county jail at Bemidji. Duluth.The board of education re jected a petition signed by practically all teachers in the Duluth public schools asking for a bonus to carry them over at the end of the current school year. A resolution stating that the board has no funds with which to pay the teachers' bonus will be sent to the Duluth Teachers' association, Chairman A. C. Leduc said, after the executive session. Pipestone.Because present esti mates so far exceed those made a few months ago, there is quite likely to be some delay in starting the work on the Ashton Memorial hospital, to be erected here. O. E. Ashton donated $50,000 for the erection of the build ing, the city has purchased a $5,000 site and the county will equip and furnish the building. Duluth. William Hetherington, Proctor, is In a critical condition at St. Luke's hospital with two bullet wounds in his groin, and Mr. and Mrs. George Martin, Duluth, are held pend ing outcome of Hetherington's condi tion as the result of a shooting affray at the Martin home. Both Mr. and Mrs. Martin were said by the police to have been under the influence of liquor. Moorhead.An order restraining the school officers and the superintendent of schools of Norman county from certifying the result of the election on the proposed consolidation of the Bor up school district with the north half of District No. 62 In Norman county was extended by Judge C. A. Nye in Clay county district court and the case ordered placed in the calendar for the May term of district court. FarmingtonJ. B. O'Leary, Rose mount, was instantly killed when a westbound Rock Island freight train collided with the rear end of a Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul freight train here. Mr. O'Leary, who was 70 years old and a farmer, was riding in the caboose of the Milwaukee train. No other persons were injured. Winona.Announcement was made by Ames Brothers of Weaver that they had sold "Leader of Fashion" a Duroc board to the Underwood farms at Lake City for $10,000. This Is believed to be a record price for this section of the country- GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER. Constipation invites other troubles which come speedily unless quickly checked and overcome hv Green's August Flower which is a gentle laxa tive, regulates digestion both in stomach and intestines, cleans and sweetens the stomach apd alimentary canal, stimulates the liver to secrete the bile and impurities from the blood. It is a sovereign remedy used in many thousands of households all over the civilized world for more than half a century by those who have suffered with indigestion, nervous dyspepsia, sluggish liver, coming up of food, pal pitation, constipation and other in testinal troubles. Sold by druggists and dealers everywhere. Try a bottle, take no substitute.Adv. Some Housekeeping. In oroar to serve its patrons, one of the large New York hotels requires in a single ,eur 373,000 pounds of but ter, 500,000 quarts of milk, 00,000 quarts of crenni,' and more than 2,- 000,000 eggs. In one ^ear the laundry department of the same establishment handles about 15,000,000 pieces of work. RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, small box of Barbo Compound, and oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week until it becomes the desired shade. Any druggist can put tine up or you can mix it at home at very little cost. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and will make harsh hair soft and glossy. It will not co\ the scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not rub off.Adv. First Magazine Run by Women. The first mngazine in America cor* ducted solely by women was the Lowell Offering, a monthly periodical published from 1842 to 1849 by girls employed in the mills of Lowell, Mass. Lucy Larcom was one of its frequent contributors. RUB RHEUMATIC PAIN FROM ACHING JOINTS Rub Pain Right Out With Small Trial Bottle of Old "St. Jacobs Oil." Stop "dosing" Rheumatism. It's pain only not one case in flftj requires internal treatment. Rub soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil" right on the "tender spot," and by the time you say Jack Robinsonout comes the rheumatic pain and distress. "St. Jacobs Oil" Is a harmless rheu matism liniment which never disap points and doesn't burn the skin. It takes pain, soreness and stiffness from aching joints, muscles and bones stops sciatica, lumbago, backache and neuralgia. Limber up! Get a small trial bottle of old-time, honest "St. Jacobs Oil" from any drug store, and in a mo ment, you'll be free from pains, aches and stiffness. Don't suffer 1 Rub rheumatism away.Adv. Great Difference. AncientOh, for the old-fashioned winters, the nights of the log-roaring fires. Up-to-DateYou bet! Now it's the tenant roaring at the Janitor for more heat "CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP" IS CHILD'S LAXATIVE l_ook at tongue! Remove poisons from stomach, liver and bowels. Accept "California" Syrup of Figs nlylook for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child Is having the best and most harm less laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for child's dose on each bot tle. Give It without fear. Mother! You must say "California." Adv. The sands of time contribute the grit with which a woman persistently hangs on to her favorite birthday. An Iowa Woman Testifies Muscatine, Iowa."When in Oklaho ma and waiting to build I was exposed to cold weather-1 was not well and felt the need ol some medicine to give new strength, Having seen Dr. Pierce's Goldea Medical Discovery advertised I pro cured and used one bottle, then I used one bottle of" Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription also. These two combined caused me to get strongs* and to throw off the unpleasant effects of the exposure. I shall always speak highly of Dr. Pierce's remedies."Mra. Sarah Barton, 123 W. Front S A PROMINENT WOMAN FROM MINNESOTA Duluth, Minn."I am a great be liever in Dr. Pierce's remedies. I havo taken 'Favorite Prescription' for weak ness peculiar to women and found It very beneficial. I had taken other med icines for this ailment but did not get any relief. This medicine gave me the relief I was seeking. I also use the 'Pleasant Pellets' for disordered stom ach, biliousness and headachesthere is nothing better. I can highly recom mend Dr. Pierce's medicines from the actual use .of them. I am taking 'Fa- vorite Prescription' at the present time and it is doing me a world of good/* Mrs. R. Thayer, 4027 W. 5th S BILIOUSNESS Caused by Acid-Stomach If people who are bllloua are treated cording- to local symptoms they fldom very much better Whatever relief Iso tained ia usually temporary. J"Cfj"lW nesa to Ita source and remove the eauss *a the chances are that the patient wttl li main strong and healthy. 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