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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - January 12, 1933, Brainerd, Minnesota K us the Brainerd daily dispatch continuing the in Cercy ilk Patt Al founded in Ihm dispatch nah Spain in company office in dispatch building sixth St. So. W. Junkin and Alan d. Masters. Publishers in f. Mccollough circuit Ion manager Paul f. Jaeger. Editor subscription rates by carrier�?50c per month in and auce si.25 for 8 to. $5.00 year by mail inside Minnesota outside Minnesota $4.00 per year $6.00 per ear $1.00 for 3 to. $150 for 3 to. Official newspaper for the City of Brainerd and county of Crow Wing entered at the Post office at Brainerd. Minn., As second class matter Thi red Ajani Ary 12, 19.13 Jota ions -�?19 the Gorilla is the Hamlet of the animal kingdom. I do not know How hut she is pensive melancholy and thoughtful As though Clou Dily pondering impalpable things. She is a melancholy philosopher or at least has that appearance. Or. A Charles v. Noback of the Bronx zoo n. A discussing Janet the Gorilla. A a we know now that the allies were the aggressors in 1914, and i that there was not the slightest probability that Germany would have attacked the United states had she been victorious. So the former claim of the allies is preposterous and the Only moral argument for the cancellation of France and England s debt to us is totally destroyed. Or. Harry Elmer Barnes historian. The besetting sin of America is Lack of Faith in our artists and thinkers. We have furnished some of the greatest artists such As Whistler Sargent and Mary Cassatt yet we could not keep them Here because we did not appreciate their Genius. Leon Dabo american painted. Growth of Public responsibility if we were a couple of frenchmen wed kiss each other but As we re americans we just shake hands. Ai Smith explaining the Leeling he and gov. Franklin d. Roosevelt have for each other. Brainerd 25 year ago u rough and ready Trail blazers the old time Lumberjack is finding his Way Back to the Woods again. A Little Story from a Northern Minnesota town recently reported that the depression has driven the old timer from his comfortable a Flop House quarters in the big cities and has sent him out to the Camps again. In late years younger More polished chaps have taken his place but now he is coming Back and the Camps stand to get Back some of their old time flavor. Die Lumberjack of the old Days was to put it mildly a colourful figure. He was Brawny rough Tough utterly fearless frequently quite lost to All the restraining influences of civilization. He worked like a giant enduring Back breaking toil acute danger wet and cold for weeks on end and when he played he was a rostering irresponsible creature to whom the Wise gave a Clear path. He was in Short the kind of being who can be admired at a distance better than close up but he did a tremendous amount of work forests were levelled at his coming and modern America would be a vastly different place if he had never lived. And that when you Stop to think about it is True of a Good Many kinds of men who have put through the Job of turning this continent from a wilderness into a peaceful and settled land of Homes. Lumberjacks Indian fighters prospectors teamsters rive men Railroad builders Pioneer leaders of every description they were All Cut from the same cloth they were More or less uncouth and turbulent they would not fit into present Day society Worth a Nickel. Hor the Job they All faced was too tremendous to be done by any but the robust and the vulgar. Lork that ordinarily is spread out Over Many centuries had to be done in two or three Minn Quot monday afternoon on generations. And All of these men toiling under such Condi a y e Stout u Able to b. About tons created a tradition of turbulence that still endures. At work a rain. Although feeling their tradition perhaps explains Why we Are not yet a i qute a i a i i i it. Ii i ,1 Rev. J. H. Alton went to Little completely Law abiding people. We can still remember the fails monday afternoon to of a id timers. W e Are still partly under their influence. I Iati at a wedding there. Mrs. C. A. Richardson left sure of. A i Day night for Wilks Barre pa., Call i cd there by the death of her Moth another forgotten Many one of the oddest quirks of court procedure came to Light. Rank it a Zha rrb returned to his a n ii i i ii Home at Berry. Minn., after a Vul i in Brooklyn not Long ago when a prisoner who has spent More at the Home of i than two years in jail respectfully asked the court if he Fitzharris. Either be sentenced or turned Loose. And when the authorities looked into his Case they found that he had simply been forgotten a a a kept in jail because nobody seemed to know quite what to do i Ausland with him. In the Spring of 1930 he was brought into court on a charge of burglary. Appearing before judge i. B. \ Ause he pleaded guilty and was remanded to await sentence. But then judge Yause himself got into trouble left the Bench and eventually landed in Atlanta prison for using the mails to defraud prisoner. He stayed in jail. Seldom has the machinery of Justice produced quite such a freakish Case As this one. Sirn / a. I i estate of late president set at $250,000 figure ident. Died Friday in the Veteran a Hospital Minneapolis. Mrs. Chris Widman is very sick at her Home Northwest of Pillager. Miss Ruth Welmer Kirsh of new Richmond minn., is Here this week a guest at the Home of or. And mrs. G. E. Parsons. Yes -1 will amp a of a a Northampton of Calvin Coolidge estimated today that he left an estate valued at approximately $250, 00. There was no official confirm Hon. Those close to the former president based their estimate on what he might be expected to have amassed from his salary during 30 years of Public life including six years in the White House and from his earnings As a writer and from shrewd investments. His estate the beeches is Val i ired at something like $40,000 this is the 16-room mansion to which or. Coolidge moved from a $31-a-month duplex apartment after leaving the White House and where he died suddenly of a heart attack thursday. He owned considerable property the Coolidge Homestead the Coolidge farmhouse Many acres of Woodlands and pastures in his native Plymouth vt., where in a Hillside cemetery he was Laid to rest saturday near the Graves of five generations of his family. If or. Coolidge left a will Only members of his immediate family were aware of the fact. Try a want add Thone 74. Done to let common constipation doll the it of living Kellogg Sall bran Relief brings a if Truoc january la 190x m. Vav. Richards of Duluth was a Brainerd visitor Over sunday. Corporal Swedeberg spent sunday at the Home of his parents near Aitkin. John Bessel or. Went to Deer Village offices Crosby undergo drastic changes Crosby drastic changes were made in personnel and wages by the Crosby Village officers who opened their term this week. Salaries of the mayor clerk and councilmen were reduced jobs were j distributed among a larger number j of men and attorney Fullerton re gently appointed will receive Only half the salary of the previous City attorney. These changes will reduce expenditures $2,000 during the fiscal year. The position of janitor was i video among three men three a i Ter department employees will take the place of one. And the Village 1 physician will be paid on the fee j basis rather than by a salary Day labor rates have been Cut i from $3.75 to $3 for eight hours. The positions of fire Hall janitor j Street commissioner Village physio Cian and labourers have been car red Over until later. Members of the Council Are president Emil Nygard. Clerk Elmer Curren. Councilmen Joseph plut Horace Humphrey and Arnold Heglund. A Groves hauled ice for m. Don Friday. Gor her school at Williston n. D., saturday after spending Christmas vacation with her parents or. And mrs. Sam Parker. V. H. Keller sawed ice for Chaney s Friday. Pillager Church holding special services Pillager the Pillager Baptist Church is having special services from january 3 through the 15th. Rev. Victor Anderson from Henning is the visiting pastor. The services thus far have been Well attended. Or. And mrs. Parley Borg were visiting relatives in town monday. His Mother returned to Brainerd with them. Joe Sawyer former Pillager res constipation takes the Sunshine out of your Days. It May bring heart aches loss of appetite and Energy sleeplessness Sallow skins pimples. If neglected it can seriously impair health. Fortunately you can avoid this condition by Cating a delicious Cereal. Laboratory tests show that Kellogg Sall Boan provides two things needed to overcome common constipation a a bulk and Vitamin b. All bran is also a Rich source of blood building Iron. The a a bulk in All bran is much like that of Leafy vegetables. Within the body it forms a soft mass. Gently it clears out Tho intestinal wastes. How much better than dosing yourself with Patent medicines. Two tablespoonfuls of All bran daily Are usually sufficient. With each meal in chronic cases. If not relieved this Way see your doctor. Get the red and Green package at your grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. It miss Parker resumes duties in Williston Merrifield Guy Pratt built a new ice House and has it filled. Miss Marjorie Parker returned to w. E. I Arland miss Berniece Knoll who is employed in St. Paul is visiting at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Peter Knoll and family. Or. And mrs. Melvin Ausland and family spent Christmas Day at the. J a. I a. I Home of Dan Nichols near brain and nobody else paid any attention to the Erti. Jerry Derosier butchered six pigs on thursday. Alienor Ausland Ivan Kunkel and Walter Ausland visited thursday evening at the we. Domschot Home. Of our changing Home life Hose figures on the a average family a presented to the but til3fi sods association for the advancement of science by prof. William f.1 i cd la Ogburn of the University of hic ago make interesting Reading ago of a and perhaps upset a few of the commonly accepted notions i about the Way americans live. I nals f a j shown you that soda can not be i Rof. Ogburn demonstrates that the average family has j counted on to end your stomach agony. And magnesia is no better. If you really want to get rid of stomach distress forget these so called alkaline digest ants and just take a tablespoonful of artificial stomach juice or Mentha pepsin a Fth your meals. The difference is magical. No unpleasant symptoms of any kind. You can absolutely count on dare s Mentha pepsin. Money Back says Skauge drug co., any time it lets you . Laa. Friday and saturday make january an Economy month buy the a National Way a and get your Money Worth on every item you buy. National guarantee you dependable Quality accurate weight and Money having prices alway. Cherries. Scn212c red pitted a add color to salad Cut Beans 10c Green or was Standard Quality Hominy 10c Van Camp a wholesome sauerkraut 9c serve with spare rib or Wiener rolled Oats g<mk1 Quality a a at a very cd nth. Low Price. 17 gel. Dessert either three or four members lives in a $5,000 Home and if it pays rent shells out $27 a month for its living Cju arters. Only one family in eight lives in an apartment. One family in three contains More than one wage earner. This Brief collection of figures bespeaks profound changes that have taken place in american life in the last generation. It also contains important hints about developments which Are Apt to come in the near future. It would repay Earnest study by sociologists and economists. The a average family today is vastly different from the family of a few decades ago. Hazel Brand All flavors 4 poor Relief in Church i he Rev. August e. Johansen Rector of the Bedford mich., congregational Church has a Good idea. No longer will the plate be passed around for collections each sunday morning. Or. Johansen figures that it is wrong to Embarrass worthy parishioners who in these Days of financial Stringency Are unable to contribute therefore contributions to the Church will be made privately hereafter. Comment being needless we pass this on to our pastor leaders. It May offer the hint to More affluent churchgoers that their contributions Are More urgently needed now than before. Woman lost 20 pounds in 4 weeks fresh fruits my vegetables Choice Freh fruit and Crun vegetable priced at Avine to help you be economical during january. Shop Terrry Day at National and Mac the a a National Way. Oranges Sweet Juicy Large six a in Al buy prunes 213c Santa Clara 70 Hosi a Beans. A ,-6c kidney or Brown Farina. To 18 wholesome and economical Cornmeal. Llah 12c White or yellow jams. Far 29� Crosby Raspberry or Strawberry crackers. Cadd y2 i Sweet girl soda a crispy Toast-49c special Toast 2 Doz 45 cheats apples win saps Box Jonathan delicious Dua $1.13 of the tame dependable Quality at the Money saving Price you find on National groceries Fure pork sausage 4 lbs. 25c sugar cured Ever a strip of a Cotton Road Laid in South Carolina six years ago and exposed to usual traffic conditions has required no repair attention and is still in excellent condition. Of the average person makes use of 8,000 to 10,000 words. Doctors know 25,000 and lawyers 23,000. Denmark has the most highly organized agricultural Industry in the world. Mrs. Mao West of St. Louis mo., writes a a in a Only 28 yrs. Old and weighed 170 lbs until taking one Box of your Kruschen salts just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh 150 lbs. I also have More Energy and furthermore in be never had a hungry fat folks should take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen salts in a Glass of hot water in the morning before breakfast its the Safe harmless Way to reduce As tens of thousands of men and women know. P or your health a Sake ask for and get Kruschen at Johnson a pharmacy Economy drug co., h. P Dunn or any drugstore the Cost for a bottle that lasts 4 weeks is but a trifle and if after the first bottle you arc not joyfully satisfied with results Money . Bacon squares beef of pork roasts la. Firm White Lud Fisk shoulder Cut spare ribs Franks mince meat 3 lbs. 2 lbs. 7c Ioc 25c having food distribute Friday saturday amp monday a january is/14 a 16 medium / Ivory soap a y of French scream salad Mustard m 8-ounce jars a a a a 4 Sweet peas of j Good o no. 2 of value o cans adj Walter bakery a Cocoa i / a la. Tins. A a Al a my 4 Omar Peanut butter 1-lb. Jar. A 14c 2-lb. Jar a a 23c Green or Wax no. 2 can table talk Beans a whole or Cut 2 for. 29c califor Nia table talk fruits peaches sliced or halve i q no. 2 j cans. I i a pears no. 2\-z can 23c Fra Nucey Rose Rice 6-lbs. 25c new style jello package. 8c pills Bury bran Large pkg. 15c Kellock Pep package. 10c table King Coffee Omar Coffee daddy a self rising Pancake flour 20-oz. Pkg. And table talk Cane and Maple syrup sir both for 29c Michigan hand picked Navy Beans 7 lbs. 25c table talk Plain or iodized 26-oz. Pkg. Salt 2 for. 15c table talk red kidney Beans 2 for. 23c no. 2 can grape nuts flakes package. 10c mess raising 2-lb. Pkg. 16c a a a a Roy Wickland 823 main Street a Tel 795 Brainerd ludwigs store 601 sixth St. So. A Tel. 677 a a Saxrud 912 Oak St. A Tel. 73j brainer cd fat Pantie co 6i �?�0 j a a. \ 712 Halsted Archery 8 conf co 223 a a a Street Northeast Tel. 21 of Peoples meat Market Jim Storzbach 306-4th ave., n.e., Tel. 448 in Frank s meats 8 groceries us Oak Street Tel. 1168 a pop s

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