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HIS WIFE'S TROUBLES
Rev. A. II. Sjkcb, former pastor of
the Watkins Park Presbyterian church,
Naslnille, Tenn., says
"After seeing what Taulac lias ac
complished in my wife's case, I am
convinced that it is a medicine of
great power and extraordinary merit.
I do not think I have ever seen any
thing gi\e such prompt results. Mrs.
Sykes had been delicate health lor
ten months, suffering from stomach
trouble aud nervous breakdown.
"1 frequently sought medico! ad
vice but Tanlac is the only tiling that
gave her any rebel Alter Mkmg the
medic-Mi" only a short tune, she was
able to sit up and help with the house
hold duties. I think it only a short
time until her health will he tally re
Tanlac it sold by leading druggists
everyw here.Advei tlsement.
In and Out of Matrimony.
"Is this the place jou go to see
About divorcesV" demanded a cuieworn
indhidual recently of Leonard Graai
ano, the proprietor oi the boot-shining
stand on the west side of the county
"Sure," replied Grazinno, looking
rather intently at the man. "You bet
ter take a lawyer in with you or pick
one up in the hallway. There's always
a lot of 'em hanging around."
"Say'" be called after the sad one,
"didn't you come to this here door
two yeais ago with a. skirt und didn't
you ask a guy where the marriage
license bureau was?"
"Yen. What of it?"
"Notlnn'," replied Leonard, "only
I'm that guy. You come to the'right
Joint this time.'*New York Times.
Important to all Women
Readers of this Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and never
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy con
dition, they may cause the other organs
to become diseased.
You may suffer pain in the back, head
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irrita
ble and may be despondent it makes any
But hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring
health to the kidneys, proved to be just
the remedy needed to overcome such
Many send for a sample bottle to see what
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder medicine, will do for them. By
enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N*. Y., you may receive sam
ple size bottle by Parcel Post. You can
purchase medium and large size bottles at
all drug stores.Advertisement.
His Only Ruth.
"My hu5band complains that 1
haven't a sense of humor," confided
the tired woman, "so I make it a point
to remember jokes und conundrums
and spring them on him to rid myself
of the stigma. Last night Itried it
like this: 'Henry, what did Boaz say
to ,Iluth when she entered his field?'
The answer, is of course, 'Don't step
on my corn.'
"You'd think he had some knowl
edge of the Bible, youldn't you? At
least enough to make an intelligible
guess. Instead, he said: 'Ruth?
What Boaz? That slob better keep
off Babe Ruth, whoever he is. Had
his nerve saying a word to the mighty
Bambino, no matter what he was do
ing on the field.',
"I tried again, but he was so deep
la the sporting page I couldn't signal
him."New York Sun.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Beware! Unless you see the name
'"Bayer" on package or on tablets yon
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians lor twenty-one
years and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Colds, Headache, Neural
gia, Eheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
pirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacidester of SallcyUcacld.
Women Like to Cool Feet.
About half the women who drop
into shoe stores to try on new pumps
and the like have no idea of buying,
says a clerk In one of the uptown
stores who has been keeping tab on
customers. They simply want to cool
*off their feet. During the hot weather
-5*the percentage of nonbuyers runs
^Wgh.New York Sun.
Use tne Atomized Coal.
r*f About fifteen million tons of coal
Js burned in pulverized or "atomized"
-form in this country annually. The
British and Canadian governments
Jhave recently published extensive re-
ports on the use of this type of fuel
In the United States.
NEWS OF WORLD
Big Happeninc/s of the Week
Condensed for Benefit of
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Kernels Culled From News of Moment
In All Parts of the WorldOf
Interest to All the People
WashingtonThe bill providing tor
federal regulation of the meat pack
ing industry has been signed by Pres
ident Harding, it was announced af
the White House.
WashingtonThe senate voted its
indorsement of President Harding's po
licy of hiring high salaried experts to
untangle the government from the
$3,000,000 shipping fiasco.
WashingtonThe nomination of
Frederick I. Cox of New Jersey to be
a member of the I. C. C. was ordered
favorably reported by the Senate in
terstate commerce committee
WashingtonBy a vote, of 28 to 22
the Senate adopted an amendment to
the federal aid road bill reducing from
$100,0,00,000 to $75,000,000 the amount
available for construction in the next
Washington Legislation creating
18 federal judges at large was recom
mended to President Harding and to
the judiciary committee of the house
and senate by Attorney General H. M.
WashingtonAn appropriation of
$200,000 was authorized by the senate
to enable the secretary of agriculture
to provide clerical and other assistants
for the enforcement of the packers'
WashingtonOpposition to the pro
posal to authorize retirement of Ser
geatat Alvin C. York, of Tennessee
World war hero, with the rank and
pay of captain, developed in the sen
ate military committee.
WashingtonSecretary, of the Treas
ury A. W. Mellon denied that he has
resigned or has any intention of re
signing. Mr. Mellon said he supposed
the report grew out of the situation in
volving tax legfslation.
WashingtonThe shipping board
deficiency appropriation bill carrying
$48,500,000 for use by the board this
year and with the elimination of all
restrictions as to what salaries might
be paid officers and counsel, was
passed by the senate.
WashingtonThe republican tax bill
was passed by the house after the
democrats had failed in #n effort to
have it recommitted for elimination of
the provision repealing the income sur
tax rates above 32 per cent. The vote
was 274 to 125, with only a slight split
in the party rauks.
Washington Attorney General H.
M. Daugherty has started an investiga
tion to find what becomes of liquor
seized by government officials. In re
viewing many prohibition cases which
had come to his desk, Mr. Daugherty
said, he had begun to wonder what
became of the vast quantities of alco
holic beverages seized by the govern
ment in the prosecution of bootleggers.
New YorkA Wall st. broker placed
a wager of $500 at even money that
Yankees will capture the American
league baseball pennant.
ChicagoR. A. King of Delta, Colo.,
holder of the Hazard doubles trophy,
won the American -amateur doubles
championship in the beginning of the
second cap trap shooting tournament.
St. PaulMike Gibbons and Mike
O'Dowd are matched to box fifteen
rounds to decision at Wichita, Kans,
Oct. 18. Weight to be 158 pounds at
3 o'clock. Gibbons is to received $20,-
000,' O'Dowd $15,000.
Forest Hills, N. Mrs Molla Bjur
stedt Mallory, conqueror of the French
marvel, Suzanne Lenglen, retained her
title as the American national tennis
champion here when she defeated the
California star, Miss Mary K. Browne,
at 4-8, 6-4, 6-2.
Cumberland, Md.Four workmen
were killed when the sides of a trench
they were digging collapsed and buried
them. One man was saved.
Pensoneau, 111.Adam J. Fries,
aged 59, reputed to have been the
heaviest man in southern Illinois, is
dead. He weighed over 400 pounds.
Barnstable, Mass.A mob of nearly
200 men and wemea carrying ropes
stormed the jail here threatening to
lynch three Cap- Verde l3laad Nesro
prisoners charged with highway rob
bery and an attack on a young white
woman at Buzzards Bay.
New YorkSylvester Crockett, Ne
gro, attempted suicide in Tombs
prison by setting five to his clothing
which he had first saturated w-tli kero
sene. The act occurred in a room used
to house prisoners about to be linger
Now YorkLew Fields, actor and
manager, filed a voluntary petition in
bankruptcy in fedeial court, giving his
liabilities at $82,126 and his assets as
New YorkAnother redaction in
wages by the United States Steel cor
poration from 37 cents to 30 cents an
hour, effective Aug. 29, has been an
ChicagoFor the second time with
in a month, the home of Ferdinand
Winkler has been bombed, the second
bombing throwing Winkler, his wife
and child from their beds and wreck
ing the front of the house,
Oakland, Calif.Major Gennral Hen.
ry A. Greene, U. S. A retired, dropped
dead in the Alameda county court
Hoboken, N. J.The army transport
Wheaton arrived from Antwerp with
the bodies of more than 5,000 Amei
Macon, GaCity and county prison*
ers here set to work to search the
ruins of the Brown hotel where 12 per
sons are believed to have lost their
lives in a fire.
ChicagoA nationwide investiga
tion into profiteering by undertakers
and an alleged "coffin trust" has been
announced through the offices of
Charles F. Clyne, district attorney.
Monroe, Mich Mary Soupski, aged
4, is dead, and her mother, a young
brother and sister are seriously ill at
their home near here from eating toad
stools, believing they were mush
ChicagoOne bandit was killed and
two otheis captured after one had
been wounded by a policeman. They
had held up and robbed a pedestrian.
Joseph Pavloe of Chicago is the dead
New YorkPostmaster General
Will Hays escaped injury when an au
tomobile, in which he was riding with
some friends collided with a motorcab
here. No one was hurt. Mr. Hayy
automobile was undamaged.
Hugo, Okla.A St. Louis & San
Francisco passenger train, going from
Hugo to Hope, Ark, collided with a
westbound freight train at Sawyer,
Okla. Three persons were seriously
injured and 36 others cut and bruised.
New YorkFinal revision of the
census figures of the Presbyterian
church in the United States, shows a
total communicant membership of
3,722,361, the Presbyterian publicity
bureau announces, a net increase of
85,265 over last year.
BaltimoreFour months after Harry
Roy Wilson, aged 32, mail clerk on the
U. S. S. Black Hawk, mother ship off
a destroyer flotilla at Guantanamo bay,
Cuba, is alleged to have absconded
with $8,000, he walked into the police
station here and surrendered.
ChicagoClara Smith Hamon, who
attracted national attention following
her shooting and killing of Jake L. Ha
mon, millionaire Oklahoma politician
and oil man, was married in Los An
geles, to John W. Gorman, who was
directing her appearance in a feature
moving picture which portrays her life
HelenaHiram Miller, proprietor oi
a greenhouse, is exhibiting a cucumber
36^ inches long, grown in his place.
The giant will be shown at the Mon
tana state fair.
SpokaneTwo men, unmasked, held
up the officers of the Metaline Falls
State bank, 125 miles north of here,
and escaped with $2,000 cash and
$4,000 Liberty Bonds.
MinneapolisA cut of 7% cents a
hundred pounds on grain moving to
the seaboard for export from the cen
tral freight district comprising Indiana
and surrounding states, was extended
to apply to the northwest by the inter
state commeice commission, meeting
the demand of Minneapolis shippers.
HelenaActing upon the theory
that some business at small profit is
better than no business at a large
profit, the Great Northern railroad has
granted a 34 per cent temporary re
duction on shipments from Montana,
and thereby released at once 200 car
loads of hay in the Milk river valley
in that state.
San Sebastian, SpainAn American
sailor was killed and another wounded
here following an altercation with a
LondonCensus figures published
show that Great Britain has a popula
tion of 42,767,630, compared with 40,
361,386 in 1911. There are 20,340,623
males and 22,336,907 females.
Geneva, SwitzerlandGrover C.
Bergdoll, the American draft evader,
says the Thurgovie Zeitung, arrived in
Constance from Munich three c'ays ago
and now is stopping in a hotel at St.
RomeGeneral Armando Diaz, com
mander-in-chief of the Italian armies,
has been authorized by King Victor
Emmanuel to accept the invitation oi
the American Legion to participate in
its convention in Kansas City next
ParisMarshall Joftre, commander
of the French armies in the first bat
tie of the Marne will leave on a mis
sion to Japan on Sept. 2. Reports wer^
current a few days ago that he would,
visit the United States upon his re
turn from the Far East.
ParisPaul Doumer, minister oJ
finance, offered his resignation to Pro
mier Briand, owing to the latter's re
ported dissatisfaction with the resuhi
of the financial conference, according
to La Liberie. Br.and refused to ac
cept his minister's resignation.
BirlinThe American milch cows
which have bean distributed through
Bavaria are declared to be better milk*
ers than the Geiman breed. The Bav
arian farmers express astonishment
that the American cows give .about 20
quarts of milk daily after their first
calf, which is double the quantity oJ
LoIidon-^Great Britain's formal ao
ceptance of the official invitation of
President Harding to participate in
the conference on Far Eastern ques
tions und disarmament in Novembel
next has been forwarded to the Amen
ican government, it was* announced,
RomeThe ministry of commerce
announced that hereafter the gold dol
lar will replace the pound sterling as
the standard upon wiu-h the Italian
gold lira is based.
PekingChina has fo/mally replied
with a cordial acceptance to the invi
tation to attend the Washington dis
armament and Far Eastern conference.
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN.
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
Fergus FallsShock threshing prac
tically is completed in this part of
*he state and hundreds of farmers are
MarshallMr. ana Mrs. George
Jurves, tor more than 41 years resi-
dents of Lyon county, celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary.
RochesterL. S. Gustlne has been
engaged by the Masonie lodges here to
look after visiting members of the fra
ternity in Rochester hospitals.
StordenE. E. Smested, blacksmith
of this city, lost four toes of his right
toot when a plowshare which he was
sharpening slipped from his hand.
LuverneAt a special election here
the $11,000 bond issue tor the erection
of an armory was defeated by two
votes. The total votes cast was 763.
RochesterThe American Legion
will conduct funeral services for Am
brose Schultz, who was killed in ac
ion in France, when the body arrives
MinneapolisWilliam Moore, asso
ciate protessor of entomology at Uni
versity farm has resigned to join the
faculty of the New Jersey college of
RochesterThe People's State bank
of this city is closed. Representatives
of the state banking department have
oeen here for several days checking
TracyCarl A. Bergstrom, aged 30,
a ditch worker, was killed when sev
eral tons of ear?n caved in. Berg
strom was laying tile at the bottom of
i seven foot ditch.
Blooming PrairieThe new $150,000
Blooming Prairie high school has been
practically completed and is being
placed in readiness for the opening of
school on Sept. 6.
RochesterArndt J. Jensen, of Em
metsburg, Iowa, disabled from wounds
received at Chateau Thierry, lost all
nis earthly belongings here when his
suitcase was stolen.
Thief River FallsHarold Koepp,
aged 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Koepp, living near Middle River, was
fatally injured when a' large crowbar
fell, fracturing his skull.
RochesterHerman Karn of Roches
er, reported to police that while driv
ing on a road south of here he was
fired upon by persons in a large tour
ing car,, which passed him.
LuverneThe southwestern Minne
sota district Christian Endeavor con
vention will take place at Beaver
Creek, this county, Aug. 26, 27 and 28,
it has been announced here.
DuluthGottlieb Salzman, a farmer
residing seven miles north of Duluth,
was killed when a brick chimney col
lapsed, striking him on the head and
killing him almost instantly.
GlencoeMany cornfields east of
this place were either partially or com
pletely ruined when a heavy hailstorm
visited this section. In Plato village
360 sparrows were found dead under
St. PaulAppointment of Charles J.
Moos, Republican leader and construc
tion contractor, to the office of post
master of St. Paul, virtually was con
ceded, following his nomination by
President Harding Friday.
MinneapolisH. G. Zavoral, county
agent of Noble county, was appointed
extension live stock specialist at the
college of agriculture by F. W. Peck,
director of agricultural extension He
.succeeds J. S. Montgomery
CrookstonMrs vStella Hamilton,
50 years old, was burned to death
when sparks from a bonfire set fire to
her home. The entire building was
destroyed. Mrs. Hamilton was living
alone in the rear of the building.
WasecaWaseca, Steele, Dodge and
other adjacent counties are still com
plaining of a shortage of teachers for
their rural schools and it is probable
that a number of schools may be
closed during the coming school year
because of this shortage.
St. PaulEdward J. Lynch, form
er collector of internal revenue in St
Paul was the victim of a s'ra.y buila
from the gun of a hunter shooting in
advance of the season, in the opinion
of John Chrlstison, of thi.3 city, who
attended the Lynch funeral at Cleve
MinneapolisJ E. Meyers, former
mayor, was operated on successfully
for gastric trouble at Eitel hospital.
He was, reported resting easily after
the operation, but his physicians sail
it would bo at least three weeks be
fore he would bo able to leave the hos
ClearbrookOpening for settlement
of a part of the Red Lake reservatioa
in Clearwater and Beltrami counties,
with full protection of the rights of
Indians, is asked in a resolution
adopted by the Clearbrook Commercial
club and communicated to Congress
man Halvor Steenerson.
WinonaA. J. Deckert, aged 65, was
cut about the head and had two ribs
broken and a shoulder wrenched by
being thrown to the ground when a
truck he was driving was struck by a
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul rail
way passenger train at a ,grade. cross
^kTti^y !*&** Js
RochesterRodney Walaron, aged
27, businessman is dead.
TracyArrangements are being
made for a five week tour the east
by the Ladies' Tam-o-Shanter band of
RochesterRocnester's Srst locally
developed infantile paralysis case was
reported to the health department. An
other case, brought from South Da
kota, is under surveillance.
WinonaMarauders for the second
time within two months entered St
Joseph's Catholic church. Members of
the parish believe the prowlers were
in search of sacramental wine.
LuverneA terrific wind, with a
heavy downpour of ram, swept over
this territory. Trees and house build
ings suffered considerably, and corn
fields are flattened. Hail fell in some
WabassoThe wool growers of Red
wood county have decided to pool their
shipments this year and all of the
wool will he delivered to Wabasso for
shipment Aug 23 under supervision of
the farm bureau.
WinonaViolet Block, a 4-year-old
St. Paul girl, is in a hospital here as
the result of injuries suffered when
she was struck by a police depart
ment motorcycle. She suffered a brok
en leg and a cut forehead.
WinonaAlex Thompson, plumber,
was uninjured when a truck he was
driving was struck by a passenger
train on the St. Paul road at a stieet
crossing here. This is the second
similar accident within three days.
MinneapolisForty per cent, or 1,-
000, of the 2,500 physicians in Minne
sota, have taken out permits to pre
scribe intoxicating liquors "for other
than beverage purposes," Jesse G.
Steenson, state prohibition director,
WinonaSix persons were injured
one fatally, and another may die as a
result of injuries sustained when two
automobiles locked wheels and plung
ed over a 20 foot embankment on the
Mississippi river road, east of this
WinonaThe charge for gas in this
city will be reduced from $1.93 per
1,000 cubic feet to $1.80 on Sept. 1,
the new rate to be effective until Jan.
1, it was announced by the Wisconsin
Minnesota Light and Power company
MinneapolisRuben A. Lundquist,
consulting engineer and graduate of
the University of Minnesota, has been
named by Herbert Hoover as head of
the new division of electrical machin
ery of the bureau of foreign and,dom
WinonaThe charge for gas in Wi
nona will be reduced from $1.93 a
thousand cubic feet to $1.80 on Sep
tember 1, the new rate to be effective
until January 1, it was announced by
the Wisconsin-Minnesota Light and
Power company here.
WadenaThe ban against public
meetings in this city has been lifted
by the local board of health following
the announcement that Wadena is
again free from infantile parlysis. Of
the 11 cases which developed here, two
have resulted in death.
St. PaulState Fair authorities are
expecting unusual interest this year
in the annual spelling bee, with more
than 100 children participating. The
contest will be put on Sept. 9, the day
before the close of the Fair. Each
county is allowed to send two contes
WindomAt a special election con
ducted here, by a vote of three to one
citizens authorized the city council to
issue bonds for the construction of a
fire hall, for tne purchase of an ar
mory site and to create a fund for the
purpose of sidewalk and sewer con
BemidjiDale Trembal, aged 13, re
siding near Bagley, is in jail here fol
lowing an attack on Mrs. Earl Sever
son, a neighbor, with a corn knife.
The boy said to have been enraged
over a report that he had broken into
a house, and, meeting Mrs. Severson,
accused her of spreading the story.
DuluthAn old feud said to have
existed between two farmers living on
the Duluth-Carlton road culminated in
the probable fatal stabbing of William
Karjala, aged 25 Isaac Point, aged
55, who is alleged to have stabbsd
Karjala five times with a large knife,
is being held in the Carlton county
St. PaulRepresentatives of every
state where drainage is a factor in
agriculture are expected to be present
at the National Drainage congress, in
St. Paul, Sept. 22 to 24, to be conduct
ed for the purpose of arousing a na
tional sentiment to the possibilities ot
increased production through reclama
tion, of land by drainage.
Elk RiverH. B. Nickerson, presi
dent of the Minnesota Co-operative
Creamery association and director of
the Twin City Milk Producers associa
tion, was appointed a member of the
newly created national dairy market
ing committee of 11, which is to for
mulate plans for a national co-opera
tive milk marketing system.
ed by the president include the fol
lowing: Minnesota, Mabel L. Mark
ham, Clear Lake William E. Murphy,
Holdingford Lee M. Bennett, Pilla
ger Charles B. McLain, St. Paul
Park Pearl M. Hall, State Sanitor
ium Geneva Restvedt, Hanlcy Falls
August W. Petrich, Vernon Center.
MontevideoThe Chippewa County
State bank, recently closed because of
the shortage of cash reserve on hand,
will be reopened. A deputy state bank
examiner has been in charge of the
bank, which has been opened for cer
tain kinds, of business, including the
collecting of money on notes and per
mitting patrons to have access to their
safety deposit boxes.
PrestonPilot Herbert Riebe, aged
27, and R. C. Bright, manager of a
string of moving picture shows, one
of which is located here, were killed
jninutes after they took the air in
2,000 foot fall.
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Bob and Jimmy, brothers, still in
knickerbockers, have said their pray
ers every night since they began to
talk. They play hard all day and are
tired at night. At bed time they start
upstairs, undressing on the way, and
at the same time saying their prayers.
When they reach the bed there is
nothing to do but fall asleep. The
other night on the way upstairs Bob
said to Jimmy: "Guess we had better
drop to our knees tonight I heard
'em say a big storm was liable to
come." And they did.
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