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!i!i , and Cardsof Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. error in advertisement this paper will not be re- for more than the cost of the advertisement. School Tax Notices have been sent out this week by the school board to all lowered their tax rend,:ions from their 1930 figures. ire both the old and new.renditions and it is under- when those receiving tb cse notices fail to appear before of equalization, their taxes will be raised back to their effort has been made by the Board of Trustees to raise the ion oI any property, but if the school is to be maintained it is ttely necessary that the total rendition of the district be equal t of last year. It is to be hoped that every property owner ml disposed to agree to the plan and thus lighten the burden All rest on the board of equalization, when they meet *0n dayand Friday, November 12th and 13th. ostof education may seem high, but the cost of ignorance greater. Our school system, at present, is second to no small in the state, and to lower the standard at the expense of our en is nothing short of crime. It behooves us as fond parents ogressive citizens, to furnish our young People,with an in- on of learning that is capable of equipping them with the edtmation, and, as a community, until we have done this ve accomplished nothing, The board will meet for two days, is to be hoped that one will prove more than enough. It fine tribute to our schools if it could be said that not for a reduct|on in their taxes. Help Wanted afternoon will see the School Tigers in Lth game of the season ) is wanted from the to lend their support on the side lines. "Bobcats" will fur- opposition on this occa. this team nosed their city a weeks back, the fans are as- gridiron are de- revenge by re Coach his are showing con: vement under the A fair exhibition was given at Dawson last have played six four keeps in the percentage A determined effort put forth tomorrow to in- percentage and a 1 way in turning the trick have followed the team eason will certainly this opportunity, and have not, will have an of seei the Tigers ;, The Tigers have under the efficient ' 'Red' ' merit to the you'll be a him at his own game if he really would. L SOME papers "shoot it into" 0eovle who borrow the paper from their neighbors to read. but we don't feel that way about it. If any one wants to borrow from a neighbor what he can buy for himself for less than two cents a week, that is hls business. i i i i JL Stops Headache D in Five Minutes BING CROSBY, an original crooner, whose appealing and unusual style of singing has made him justly famous, and has caused him to be imitated by numerous "blues" art- lsf~. Monday, November 2nd, marks his debut on one of the largest regular coast to coast station hookups in the history of broadcasting. Singing from station WABC, over a CBS network, Bing is heard six nights a week. Eaclr~ night he broadcasts his fif- teen-minute program twice--at 7:15, E. S. T., for his Eastern listeners and again at 11:00 for those llstening-in in the far west. In his programs he has the assistance of a fGmous dance orc~lestra and is being sponsored on tt~e air by the makers of Certified Creme cigars. Current Comment From W !W0" Thirteen votes cast bv the League of Nations enable the United States to sit in council on the Chink-Jap disagreement Phirteen is a bad number and of course means trouble for some one. The friends of the league, its opponents, the Japanese, the" Chinese, somebody in any event, is hoodooed. There must nec- essarily be a losing party, and he will have the satisfaction of being perfectly sure that, al- though in the right, the number thirteen cooged his goose In four days, three prisoners Wonderful Formula Ends Aohu and Pains Almost Like Masi~ hang themselves in one penite - Something Better end Safer fierY. The mind that travels Thousands of men and women the easiest path will assume are n~w ~topping throbbing, sick, dizzy, splitting headaches, as well that they had been abused. 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Take a couple of tablets right there. If your pats Is not gone in five mtnutu, clerk will r~ttum your moneT. -, is that self-murder is a commu- nicable disease. [f word of the first man's doings had not been spread abroad, the other men very likely would still be alive, A wise person can serve society by finding some way whereby not only the details of the act of suicide, but also knowledge of the very fact that it has oceured may perish as promptly as the physical existence that has been closed. Through the death of a Rep- resentative in Congress, the House again is ditided equally between the two North ina Dor'h low! Let us Clean, Press and pair their Clothing for they have learned "from ex once that our methods ins this kind of work devel- op the greatest amount of SATISFACTION Try Us. Test Us. DRY CLEANING "- X uSSo'-"' Successful Practice since 187 ,Ovcr 25,000 patents ob .~~~tCel I~ WHite? for inventors in ever), e let telling how to 7 , of country. Write tor ~.~, s.~, a patent, witl~, list of in your State. I ,,, r of his going, and every electric six. The robbery was accom- plished in rough bandit style. It is not stated whether inside lamp that is lighted will be a ~ymbolofthe risen glory that awaits a gooJ and useful man. ---o-- A progressive state has con- structed nine hundred miles of road within a few months. would have taken an explorer longer than that to pass over the t rritory a hundred and fifty years ago. We can build roads today faster than people could time of the Declaration of Inde- pendence. -.-O--- A Hungarian Court at four jobs are punished in the same manner. Perhaps they ought to be, both in Hungary and in the United States. Enough deaths, directly or indirectly, follow the failure of a bank, so that the person responsible is not far removed from the crime of wil- ful murder. Try Our Delicious Light o'clock convicted a man of rob- Sam's Famous 1 btnga bank, and he was hung atCalf Sandwiches .... J[ UC .... 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