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One Saturday afternoon a woman
entered a grocer's shop. After order
ing her weekly list of goods the grocer
asked her if she would be good enough
to take the things with her.
She became indignant.
"Well, ma'am," replied the grocer,
"I'm fcorry to have to ask you to take
them, but I've no one heremy right
hand's aw ay with a swollen foot."
Why Jimmy Balked.
Mrs. Jones was at a loss at first to
understand why her son, Jimmy, aged
ten, was unable to endure the society
of his Aune Clara.
"Why, my son," said the mother,
finally, "she is always so nice to you
always patting you on the head!"
"Yes," said Jimmy, "with he*
"I observed one very remarkable
tiling about the dinner given in
blank's honor tonight."
"What was It?"
"Not one of the speakers made a
frivolous reference to his baldness."
Alice"How do you know you love
George?" Virginia"Because Gladys
wants him."Toledo Blade.
The invention of a cement that will
hold machinery securely on floors is
claimed by a Swiss.
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News From All Parts of Minne
sota Given in Condensed'
EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD
Where Busy Readers Will Find News
From All Parts of State Tersely
Chronicled for Their
FertileProspects for a good pota
to crop are favorable here this year
IT the cool weather continues.
Sauk CenterJohn G. West, super
intendent of the city schools here, has
been elected superintendent of the
city schools of Bemidji.
BemidjiAdvance reservations in
dicate that the State Teachers college
attendance will break all records this
year when the school opens Sept. 6.
WarrenDaniel Methany, aged 14,
is in a hospital here recovering from
injuries received when attacked by a
bull on the farm home of his parents.
LuverneA three days' school of in
struction in livestock judging will be
conducted here this month, according
to an announcement by Rock County
BrainerdHarry Hasty, aged 17, es
caped from the reformatory at Red
Wing early in July, has been caught
here by Chief of Police Varner, who
recognized him from descriptions sent
MinneapolisFrank L. Randall, for
mer superintendent of the Minnesota
State reformatory at St. Cloud, and
for a number of years among the fore
most penologists of the country, is
MarshallFire of undetermined ori
gin destroyed the Du Bois candy store
in the heart of the business district.
By hard work the firemen kept the
flames from spreading to adjoining
EllsworthI. W. Byers, a formei
resident of this section, was killed
while at work putting up hay on his
farm near Hartley, Iowa. A hay stack
er fork fell, striking him on the head,
breaking his neck.
JasperPolice authorities in this
vicinity have been asked to watch for
three men who broke into the harness
store of J. Paulson here, assaulted
Paulson and escaped with $850 in Lib
erty bonds and war saving stamps.
Moorhead An expert geologist
from the University of Minnesota, has
told city officials that an underground
lake lies under the city and that there
is no danger of exhausting the water
supply by tapping for additional arte
are becoming general in this vicinity.
The yield of small grain is coming
close to the average. Wheat is going
about 10 to IS bushels to the acre,
oats 40 to 50 bushels and barley 20 to
MinneapolisMinnesota was sec
ond in the production of potatoes in
1919, according to a federal census bul
letin. New York with 32,470,847 bushels
was the only state with a larger yield,
Minnesota coming second with 26,690,-
HastingsMaurice O'Brien, county
treasurer of Dakota county, will be
called upon at a hearing before J. F.
McCoumb of Minneapolis, referee, ap
pointed by Governor J. A. O. Preus, to
explain why the shortage in his office
was not detected earlier.
Canby Harvey Davis, Marietta
electrician, badly burned by receiving
2,300 volts electricity when a short
circuit occurred on a switchboard of
the Canby electric light plant, which
he was rewiring, is dead at the Swen
son Memorial hospital here.
AdaCarlos Avery, state game and
fish commissioner, after hearing a pe
tition for a game and fish preserve,
which will include Rockwell Lake,
Green Meadow, Spring Creek and the
west half of Winchester township, has
reported favorable on the project.
WinonaMistaking three patrolmen
in the dark for prospective customers,
John Mayzek attempted to sell them
moonshine and was placed under ar
irest, police announced. They report
ed the discovery of five neatly labeled
bottles of home made whisky In Ma
MinneapolisRoy L. Boe who has
been chief prohibition inspector for
Minnesota under State Prohibition Di
rector Jesse G. Steenson since nation
al prohibition went into effect, has re
signed to become the Minneapolis rep
resentative of the Cragin Products
company's industrial alcohol plant,
WinonaFailure to keep the safe
locked made the theft of registered
Liberty Bonds, valued at $6,000 and
other bonds worth $200 and currency
and checks totaling $200, from the
hardware store of A. J. Larsen, at Ma
bel in Fillmore county, an easy matter.
Entry was effected through a locked
WorthingtonOld Dobbin was left
out entirely in connection with the ex
tensive.threshing operations on a farm
near here this week. A tractor was
used to operate the separator, bundles
were brought up to the machine in
trailers, hitched to tractors, and large
farm trucks were used in hauling the
threshed grain from the machine di
rect to the elevators here.
St. PaulRailroad rates for Minne
sota and adjacent states to the Min
nesota State Fair will be one and one
half fare for the round trip. The spe
cial tickets will be placed on sale Sept.
2 with the time limit set for Sept. 12.
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WaSffifoffyfl jfe--':- LdUKKJB?
Gilbert,Robbers enaoced a "movie"
holdup here and escaped from the
Gilbert hotel with $400, and 10 shots
WarroadThe two-year-old child of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goodwin of War
road is dead as the result of chewing
a paper of fly poison.
MinneapolisMore than 1,400 farm
laborers have been placed on Minne
sota farms through the county farm
bureaus in the last two months.
RochesterFred Krueger was seri
ously injured when a train struck his
car while he was crossing the tracks
at Kasson. The car was demolished.
HibbingRobbers chopped their way
into a candy store and removed a 400
pound safe. After reaching a, secluded
place, the safe was opened and $50
BreckenridgeWhile playing with
his elder brother, Edwin Stevenson,
aged 10, was struck below the right
ear with a jack-knife, an artery being
UlenErnest McDougal, farmer liv
ing near here, was probably fatally in
jured when he was kicked over the eye
by a horse and a section of the skull
MarshallThe Markins bus line,
which was in operation between Mar
shall, Redwood Falls and Willmar has
been discontinued. Lack of business
is the reason assigned.
OrtonvilleOne man was killed, an
other perhaps fatally injured and
three others knocked unconscious in
a boxcar holdup and battle between
eight men near this city.
Virginia Contractors completing
the new court house here have an
nounced they expect to have the struc
ture in readiness for the September
term of the district court.
Fergus FallsWild ducks and
prairie chickens are reported numer
ous in this part of the state. The
chickens have been protected under
a closed season for the last two years.
FlorenceTegelo Brothers garage
was destroyed by fire together with all
its contents, including nine automo
biles and some farm machinery, also
the light plant which furnished light
for the town.
BrainerdAfter weeks of investiga
tion, prohibition authorities have ar
rested "the moonshiner of Look Out
Lake," holding Mike Telen on $1,000
bail, charged with violation of the pro
StaplesHarry Brandt of Staples
was killed when his automobile plung
ed off a bridge at Moran into the Long
Prairie river. Brandt's neck was brok
en and his chest crushed when the ma
chine turned over after a fall of 10
Little Falls"Silk stockings, thin
waists, high heels, extremely short
skirts and short sleeves, excessive use
of powder and elaborate hair dress-
ing," are forbidden in the Little Falls
high school under an edict of the
board of education.
MorrisBurning of a small barn at*
Alberta, a village seven miles west of
here, threatened buildings and a lum
ber yard on one side of Main st. Struc
tures within 200 feet of the barn were
ignited, but bucket brigades quickly ex
tinguished each blaze.
BarnesvilleNeal Sander and Emil
Landmark were critically injured mov
ing a threshing outfit near here. In
going down a steep grade, the coupling
betweeni the engine and the separator
broke and the two machines crashed
together, crushing the men between.
Red WingRed Wing will be host to
Kiwanians of Minnesota, North and
South Dakota on Aug. 19 and 20, when
the district convention of this rapidly
growing organization will be conduct
ed here. Arrangements are being
made to entertain at least 1,000 visit
Two HarborsEntrapped in a burn
ing barn on the property of Axel Ring
dore, Carl, the 4-year-old son of Ring
dore, and Donald FreDerg, 4-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Freberg,
were burned to death. Two other boy
companions who escaped, swung a
heavy barn door back in place which
the two young lads were unable to dis
place. The children wer sa'd to have
been playing with matches.
St. PeterThe historical pageant to
be given here on August 18th and 19ch
will include in the cast more than 600
people. The production of the big
spectacle is under the Thurston man
agement and it is to be the most pre
tentious entertainment ever attempted
in the community. Many scenes of
its early history, of local as well as of
state interest, will be re-enacted in fit
ting settings. The proceeds will be
used for sick and disabled service
St. PaulState aid distributed to
school districts of the state formed
the bulk of the disbursements by the
state board of education for the year
ending June 30, according to the finan
cial statement made public. Payments
totaled $6,628,023.96, divided as fol
lows Maintenance of the department
of education, $72,008.35 special state
aid, $3,176,799.53 current school aid,
$3,158,807. Contingent, $23,117 train
ing schools and institutes, $37,226 In
dian reservation schools, $14,455 aid
to school libraries, $30,199 Smith
Hughes (federal) $67,628 teachers'
employment bureau, $3,612 re-educa
tion, $25,306 traveling libraries, $16,-
402 night public schools, $2,485. The
balance July 1 was $229,114.25.
NashwaukTimothy Clark, 23 years
old, was shot to death here by J. Mc
Guire, a policeman, when he resisted
arrest Clark, in an alleged intoxicat
ed condition, caused a disturbance
down town and attacked the officer
when the latter told him he was under
arrest. McGuire is being held in jail
pending an investigation by county
St. PaulTen miles an hour will be
the speed limit in the downtown dis
trict hereafter, according to an order
issued by Chief of Police H. J. Creap
eau, following three deaths from auto
mobile accidents within a week.
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH, MINN.
Taking a Chance.
Junior was in the habit of coming
to the table with a dirty face and, of
course, had to be sent away to wash.
One time his mother, nearly losing
patience, said: "Junior, why do you
persist in coming to the table with
out washing? You know I always send
"Well," said Junior, meekly, "once
you forgot."Chicago Tribune.
Familiar With Scripture.
The Squire (to his gardener)I
wonder, John, that jou don't get mar
ried. You know that the first gardener
who ever lived had a wife.
JohnYes, sir, but you'll remember
that he did not keep his job long after
he had her.London Answers.
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Demonstrated on Spot.
Miss R. sends us the story of a
clergyman who was attending the com
mencement exercises at a certain col
lege for girls. The reverend gentle
man said with great unction to an
interested group, "I appro\e of the
higher education for women because
'of the refinement, the culture, it in
evitably fosters In our young women,
and which is so manifest today in all
Just then a sweet girl graduate
came rushing across the campus,
waving her diploma frantically aloft
and shouting, "Through, by gosh!"
Insect Carries Bacteria.
It appears that infection-spreading
must be added to disastrous voracity
in our indictment Of the striped cucum
ber beetle. The United States Depart
ment of Agriculture finds that the bac
teria of cucumber-leaf wilt are carried
in the jaws of this beetle, and In the
Intestinal tract may survive the In
sect's hibernation, prepared to attack
the first leaf of spring. This Is the
first time insects have been known
to carry bacteria throught the winter.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Take Aspirin only as told in each
package of genuine Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin. Then you will be following
the directions and dosage worked out
by physicians during 21 years, and
proved safe by millions. Take no
chances with substitutes. If you see
the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can
take them without fear for Colds,
Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and
for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve
tablets cost feW cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacld.
"Alice doesn't know her own mind."
"Isn't it in her set?"Boston Tran
Don't expect to make a good repu
tation by spending your time contradict
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WOMEN OF MIDDLE LIFE
The Limit of Devotion.
JtA .S.r.A^'fe^ v&j&Md*
A Dangerous Period Through Which Every Woman Must Pass
Practical Suggestions Given bythe Women Whose
"They seem to get along
"Yes. Even when they play poker
he doesn't object to the way she plays
Don't think that amateur photog
raphers are pessimists just because
they take poor views of life.
The first ingredients of the melting
pot are soap and water.
An enemy knocks a man down, then For some, shore dresses are proper The gas meter has more feet than
friend proceeds to kick him. for most they show bad form. any other inanimate thing.
Children Cry For
Special Care of Baby*
That Baby should have abed of its own all are agreed. Tet it
is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use
a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Neither would
be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.
Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be
prepared with even greater care than Baby's food.
A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food.- Could you for a moment, then, think of giving
to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared
for Infants and Children Don't be deceived.
Hake a mental note of this:It is important, Mothers, that
you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of
your Baby must receive special care. Wo Baby is so abnormal that
the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily
prepared for grown-ups.
OTHERS SHOULD HEAD THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
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It cured me and I am now doing my housework. Your medicine is certainly
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It is said that middle age is the most trying period in a woman's life, and
owing to modernmethods of living not one woman ina thousand passes through
this perfectly natural change without experiencing very annoying symptoms.
Those smothering spells,the dreadful hot flashes that send the blood rushing
to the head until it seems as though it would burst, and the faint feeling that
follows, as if the heart were going to stop, those sinking or dizzy spellsare all
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This book contains valuable information.
A Moneyed Crowd.
"Sir," exclaimed the artist who had
been engaged to entertain the Wadleigh
guests, "my contract lie call for two
songs zis evening. You ask me to sing
three. It's one outrage. I sing before
ze crowned heads of Europe."
"Oh, that's all right," said Mr. Wad
leigh, soothingly. "You are not before
the crowned heads of Europe now, but
real people. Why, there's enough
money represented in this little gath
ering to make the fortune of the
average king look like a collection
taken up for a children's outing."
iound you ma publish this
Mrs. Mary Lister of
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Her Close Shave.
A circus ticket seller related this
incident. They were showing In a
small town, and the admission was 50
cents, with children under ten, half
price. At the two o'clock performance
lad of fourteen put down 75 cents
find asked for tickets for himself and
"How old is the little girl?'* asked
the ticket seller.
"Well," said the boy, "to tell the
truth today is her tenth birthday, bat
she wasn't bom until five o'clock in
the afternoon."Boston Transcrlt.
Mr. HugginsDoes your sister al
ways look under her bed?
Her little brotherYes, and when
you come to see her she looks under
Men are seldom as good as they pre5
tend to be or as bad as they are said
If man could read his own biog
raphy it would surprise him more than