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Well*KnowtiMason
Restored to Good Health
’ / Victim of Diztmess, Indigestion, Loss of Strength, Retired
. Farmer Restored to Health by Tanlac. •
Gains 12 Pounds .v..^
Brawn, muscle and splendid health
. that nature Rives to us cannot with
' Eland the.terrible strain and at/ess of
• modem living. But health-can be re
>t gained and protected against attack.
Andrew Loucks, a wyll-known Stew
r-\ 'artvilie, Minnesota, citizen, a member
..... of thfe Pleasant Grove Lodge ef Ma
sons,says-'Tanlao has made me feel
• as if I could go out oh the farm and do
(*' abtedayVwork.
“I greatly troubled with my
* _ stomach. And at times indigestion
> would be so bad that I would haVe
vomiting spells followed by cramps. I
Was restless and my condition shat
tered rnyparyes. At night I would
toss and turn Waiting for sleep that
f - never came. Often I was so dizzy I
could not keep my balance. I was
getting weaker every day when I de
cided to take Tan ldC.
\ “After the first bottle I noticed a
great deal of improvement. I am on
my fifth bottle now and am enjoying
good health. I eat everything with a
ravenous appetite. I have gained 12
• pounds. Indigestion never troubles
me; neither do dizzy spells. Tanlac
C ock-a- Doodle- Do / Dubious
Van Husen —I say ! Why are you “Could you tell tue a story for chll
putting chicken feathers in those gob- dren?” *
lets? "Do you mean these wise children
New Butler—Didn’t you tell me to of today? I Uunno.” Louisville
serve cocktails? Courier-Journal.
Children Ciyj?£^
arms and Children all ages of
j Cplic and Diarrhea; allaying _ -
Feverishness arising therefrom, and, by regulating the Stomach
and Bowels; aids the assimilation of Food * giving natural sleep.
To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of
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My friends were arguing about
grape fruit. One said it grew on trees,
another that vines produced it, still
another that it grew underground like
sweet potatoes.
They appealed to me. I Had to de
fend my Ignorance. Shrugging my
shoulders, I said:
• "What is it to me?, I believe in let
ting nature take its regular breakfast
course.”—Kansas City Star.
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On retiring gently rub spots of dan
druff and Itching with Cutieura Oint
ment. Next morning shampoo with
Cutieura Soap and hot water. Make
them your everyday toilet preparations
and have a clear skin and soft, white
hands.—Advertisement.
Suggestive
"Did Jack say anything about my
, complexion ?”
:,'' J'Yes, but he deferred to It as your
‘ color scheme."
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*
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m ‘ • Hrndy “Bayer” boxes of 12 tablets.
J Also bottles of 24 and 100 —Druggists.
Aspirin Is the trad* mark of Bajer Manufacture of Monoacottcaddaator of SaUeyllcaeU
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Indifferent ism
has made me feel years younger."
Banish sickness and sufferings from
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others. Tanlac made from roots, barks
and herbs according to the famous
Tanlac formula, usually builds up
weak, scrawny bodies, relieves suffer
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shows amazing results. At druggists.
More than 40 million bottles sola.
Still Hunt Heads
The Taiyals are supposed to be of
South sea origin. In appearance they
resemble the Dyaks. The population
of all the "raw" savages in Formosa is
supposed to be about 150,000, says the
Adventure Magazine. -»
When the Chinese army was dis
banded 30 years ago—when the Jap
anese took over the Beautiful isle —
all of their firearms were left In the
country, and the entire collection grad
ually made its way where'the highest
price was offered —up in the hills
where the Taiyals still head hunt as
their favorite amusement and means
of getting wives. More heads, more
wives.
She Did
"Woman’s place Is in the home.”
"Aw, she swum the English channel,
didn't she?” 1 ;M,
All great art is the expression of
man's delight in God’s work, not his
own.—-Buskin. , > . .
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THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH, MINN.
Proposed ;
Amendments
V
■ j.*; to the r
Constitution
* s of the
State of Minnesota
f ■ . . T
Submitted by the Legislature at
its General Session, 1925, to
the People of Minnesota at
- the General 1926 Election To
gether with Statements of
Purpose and Effect
of each
Prepared by
CLIFFORD L. HILTON
Attorney-General of Minnesota.
' Addressed to
MIKE HOLM
k Secretary of State.
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA,
OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL,
March 30. 1926.
HONORABLE MIKE HOLM.
Secretary of State,
In compliance with the provisions of
section 46. General Statutes 1923, 1 fur*
nisn you herewith a statement of the
purpose and effect of proposed amend
ments to the Constitution of the State of
Minnesota which are to be submitted to
the electors of the state at the general
election In 1926, in accordance with cer
tam acts adopted by the legislature at
the 1t25 session thereof.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 1
By the adoption of chapter 428, Laws
1925, the legislature has proposed an
amendment to section 2, article 6, of the
constitution, relating to the supreme
court This section now reads as fol
lows:
“Section 2. The supreme court shall
consist of one chief justice and two
associate justices, but the number
of associate justices may be In
, creased- to a number not exceeding
four, by the legislature, by a two
thlrda vote, when it shall be tjeemed
necessary. It shall have original - i
Jurisdiction in such remedial cases
•as may be prescribed by law. and •
appellate jurisdiction in all cases,
both in law and equity, but there
shall be no trial by jury in said
court. It shall hold one or more
terms in each year, as the legisla- ,
ture may direct, at the seat of gov- J
ernment, and the legislature may
provide, by a two-thirds vote, that
one term in each year shall be held
in each or any judicial district. It
shall be the duty of such court to
appoint a reporter of its decisions.
There shall be chosen, by the quali
fied electors of the state, one clerk
of the supreme court, who shall
hold his office tor the term of four
' years, and until his successor is
duly elected and qualified; and the
judges of the supreme court, or a
majority of them, shgll. have the
• power to fill any vaeancy in the of
fice ot clerk of the supreme court
until an election can be regularly
had.” i
Pursuant to the authority granted by
this section the legislature of 1881 in
creased the number of associate justices
to four.
If amended as proposed, this section
will read as follows:
“Section 2. The supreme court shall
consist, of one chief justice and six
associate justices. It shall have
original Jurisdiction in su«h reme
dial cases as may be prescribed by
law, and appellate jurisdiction in all
< eases, both in taw and equity, but
• there shall be no trial by Jury in
said court. It shall hold one or
more terms in each year, as the
: legislature may direct, at the seat
- of government, and the .legislature
may provide, by a two-thirds vote,
that one term in each year shall be
held in each or any judicial dis
trict. it shall be the duiy of such
court to appoint a Reporter of- its
decisions. There shall be chosen,
• by the qualified electors of thq
state, one clerk of the supreme
court, who shall hold hts office for
the term of four yea**, and until
his successor is duly elected and
qualified; and the judges of the su
" prenje court, or a majority of them,
' shall haVe the pQWer to fill any
vacancy in the office of clerk of
the supreme court until an elec
tion can be regularly had.”
The Purpose of thfe Proposed Amendment:
The 'supreme court, as now organized
under the constitution, consists of s chief
Justice and-four associate Juatlces, all
elected by the people. In. 1913, In order
to .take care of the Increasing business
of the court, the legislature passed a law
providing for the appointment of two
commissioners to assist the court In the
performance of Its duties. The act under
which these commissioners are appointed
provides that each shall receive the same
compensation as a Justice of the supreme
court, and alto provides that if, by
amendment to the constitution, the num
ber- of associate Justices shall be In
creased to six, the office of commissioner
shall be abolished.
In practice the commissioners sit as
members of the court, hear AUUi'ncnU,?
read bfiefs, take part lnMMcu4()nsrwrlte
opinions, and In genelfcl i do', wie same
work as the regular Justices, but they
have no vote In determining the final de
cisions of the court. The legislature can
ndt give the commissioners a voice in
the decisions of the court, since the or
ganizatlon- of the court Is governed by
the constitution. *
The purpoye of the proposed amend
ment Is to provide for the election of two
or more associate Justices with full au
thority as members of the court, to take
the place of the present'two commission
- m-s, who will then cease to hold office.
The Effect of the Proposed Amendment:
The effect of proposed amendment,
If adopted, will be to provide for the
election of two more associate Justices of
the supreme court with -Cull authority as
members of the court, replacing the pres
ent two commissioners, without addition
al expense.
The ballot used at the election should
have printed thereon the following:
NOTE: On first proposition, if In
favor of the election of two associate
justices to take the place of the two
appointed court commissioners, vote
Yes: If opposed, vote No.
FIRST
FIXING NUMBER OF SUPREME
COURT'JUSTICES
Amendment of Section 2. Article 6. ol
the Constitution (relating to the supreme
: Rjriife ■ i the". ;: ttuiwbcf ,: ot' Justices"
( .4k er «®L.-..iOi .. :. i • ...
ffBtPOStO AM ENC.MENT 2,
the.c9nstkuxiofi.be »memie<J ,by, the adop
tion <rCa net# article, te be appropriate)/
numbered and to read as foilowa: „
!;* Laws maj ’be enacted for ;
KM "the purpose of encouraging and pro
... ..Piollng, fcreatation and, reforest*- °
M tlttrt of iftnds in IMs stale, whetbt. .
v -.. owned by private pertonv or • the
Public, tuciudtng the Azins in ad- ,
"*** VAnte of . a definite and limited an- *
t . neat, tax -on such lends for a tertp -
e yield tax st or after
the ena of such term upon the tlm- J
.!•>■ bor‘ and ofnef forest products ao
• grown, bqt the. taxation of mineral *
deposits shall hot he affected by ;
- this amendment.
2,. Any ajnd all provialona of
■ w tfrd'Conztlttitlon of the Stale, of
cf- Minnesota;- inconsistent witff! the
K *•
► ae the saffDe prohibit er'fffhW life
power of .the legislature te epnct J
laWa authorizing or permitting the
• doif% things hereinbefore
authorised. ... - <•.;?: ;'»** •' F *
THE PURPOSE OP THE PROPOSED.
AMENDMENT: - • ,
The purpose of the proposed amend
ment la to .confer upon tha legislature'
express authority to enact laws' encour
afllno and promoting forestation and re
forestation of public landa and landa pri
vately owned In thia state, Including tha
fixing In advance of* definite and limit
ed annual ta* on auch lands for. a term
of years, afi'd a'yield tax at or after the
end of sucte term, upon the timber and
other forest..products grown upon auch
lands.
the BPP*ECT of the proposed
AMENDMENT! t
The effect u>f thp. proposed amendment.
If adopted, will be to authorlxe legisla
tion providing for setting aside a part
of the lands ownetKfcy, the state fCr the
purpose of fdreatatTon and reforestation,
and permitting- prlvhMly owned lands te
be so set aside by act of the owner there,
of, and, by way of encouragement, per.
mittlng tha taxation of such lands and
the timber god'' other forest products
thereof on a special baais. which need
not be uniform with the basis of tixa.
tion of other lands In tha state.
The ballot used at the election should
have printed thereon the following:
SECOND—
FORESTATION AND REFORESTA
TION OF LANDS
Amendment to the constitution of
Minnesota by adding thereto & new
article, to be appropriately numbered
in the order of Its adoption, author
izing the enactment of laws encour
aging and promoting forestation and
reforestation of lands in this state,
whether owned by private persons or
the public, including the fixing In ad
vance of a definite and limited aonual
tax on such lands for a term of years
and a yield tax at or after the end of
such term upon the timber and other
forest products so grown, but the
taxation of mineral deposits shall
not be affected by this amendment.
' ■ „ s YES
PROPOSED AMENDMENT NO. 3
By the adoption of chapter 429, Laws
1925, the legislature has proposed an
amendment to eection 3. article 10, of
the constitution, relating to corporations.
This section now reads as follows:
“Section 9. Ha eta stockholder in any
' corporation, excepting those organ
ized for the purpose of carrying on
any kind of manufacturing or me
h chanical business, shall he liable to
the amount of stock held or owned
. by him."
If amended as proposed, this section
will read as follows: •< -
“Section 3. The legislature shall have
fc.v power from time to time to provide
for, limit and otherwise regulate the
n*• liability of stockholders or members
of corporations and co-operative
corporations or associations, how
ever organised."
* THE PURPOSE OF THE PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
r'Tlii constitution, as It now stands,
makes each stockholder in any corpora
tion, excepting those organized for the
purpose of carrying on a manufacturing
or mechanical buslnesa, liable for the
debts of the corporation, If the corporata
assets are Insufficient to pay the debts,
up to an amount equal to the par value
of hie stock, In addition to what was
paid or should have been paid for the
■tock when issued.
The purpose of the proposed smendment
Is to suthorlzs the legislsture to pre
scribe and regulate by law the liability
of stockholders In all corporations, In
cluding co-operative corporations or as
sociations, however organized.
THE EFFECT OF THE PROPOSED
AMENDMENT:
The effect of tho proposed amendment,
If adopted, will be to abrogate the pres
ent fixed rule of stockholders' liability
prescribed by the constitution and to
placy the matter of prescribing and regu
lating the liability of stockholders In all
corporations created under the laws of
(he state entirely within the control of
the legislature, subject td change from
time to time as they may see fit.
The ballot used at the election should
have printed thereon the following:
THIRD
LIABILITY OF STOCKHOLDERS
IN CORPORATION
Amendment to Section 3. of Artlcie
10. of the Constitution.. authorizing
the legislature from time to time io
prescribe and limit the liability of
stockholders in corporations.
YES %i ,
NO
CLIFFORD L. HILTON,
Attorney General.
■t < •* j i
• •
An Observation .
“Anyone who take* the trouble to
make the observation,” remarks an
English surgeon, “will And that few
women have straight knees,” to which
a contemporary replies that “it is no
trouble at all, sir, it’s a pleasure, we
assure you.”—Gadsden (Ala.) Times.
Oh, Shucks
Rosalind, who had been observing
her mother remove the husks from
the corn, went out on the back porch,
where a neighbor was preparing to
dress two chickens. In a few mlnutes
she returned excitedly, calling to her
mother: “Come quick, mother, Oliver
is 'going to shdek the chickens.”
The Ideal Life
•Sacha Guitry, the most famous liv
ing French actor, gave this recipe foV
a happy life during his recent vißit
to Leidon: “Meet at thirty with a
woman of twenty; marry her if you
love her; make her happy, never do*
cfiive her, never be deceived; and ifie
before her, very old.”
Oldest Medical Book
Tha Edwin Bmlth papyrus, whjch is
now- in the possession of the New
York HtetoHcal society, Is the- oldest
medleal book id. the worlds It lay for
ages in the coffin of an Egyptian
Tihyalria.ii. It. is made of • sheets of
papyrus pasted together.
Save a Stain
Fruit acids will stain the por
celain table top. if f ,r ' ’ tr> “’"’’’l.
Always wipe up immediately with
warm water. - «
Only Thing
"How are those new bumpersT*
“Fine; I bnmped two cars already
aad never got a scratch."
That which is given with pride and
ostentation is rather an ambition than
a bounty.—Seneca.
v Stopping the Flow
. Enthusiastic Angler (resuming In
terrupted itory)— Let me see, now—
where was IT f "'\
'Guest (resourcefully)—-Ton’d Just
finished telling me about a fish you
once caught v . .;«
"sHT \east Foam
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r DELCO-LIGHT electric light and power
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Through the GMAC Plan, sound
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Leaves Are Turning
•The frost Is on the pumpkin, and the
fodder’s in the shock.” But no matter '
what the season, it’s always Monarch
Cocoa time for growing boys and girls.
Pure, wholesome and refreshing.
MONARCH
Quality for ToVcars >'
■aver Sold Through Chain Store*
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The wife who
is a good bread'
maker is a real
helpmate for the
breadwinner.
v ; ' A'Visible One
*■ "Success depends upon backbone."
. FYour now evening gown U a on*
eeaa." , ...
Happy little girls giggle like tfcq
effervescence bubbling up In
pagne. v , ,
Y essa
Jack—l stepped out with a redhead
chicken last night
Clifford —Ob, I see. A henna.
Experience is the extract of suffer*
lag.
"Good bread i» the pride
of the thrifty bride?'
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