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Nervous and Dizzy, Every-
thingSeemed to Worry Me*
How 1 Got Well
Larwffl, Indiana."Mv back was eo
badlcouldnotdo mywashing. I waaal
"iways tired out and
I had noambition, was
nervous and dizzy
seemed to worryme
in my right side. I
felt badly aboutfour
years and could not
do my work as it
should have been
JtnH Compound ad
vertised so much and it did somanypeo
ple good that I began to take it myself.
am feelingfinenow and everyonetells
me they never saw me lookingso welt I
live on a farm, do all my work, and have
three little girls to take care of. I am
recommending this medicine to my
friends and know it will help them if
theyuse it like I do." Mrs. HERBERT
LONG, R. R. 3, Box 7, Larwill, Indiana.
Many women keep about their work
when it is a great effort. They are al
ways tired out and have no ambition.
When you are in this conditiongive it
Take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, for it is especially adapted
to correct such troubles, as it did for
Amundsen's Ultimate Object.
Captain Amundsen's plan is to make
his base at Cape Barrow. From
thence he proposes to cover by the
air route the 1,275 miles to the North
pole. His ultimate goal Is Cape Col
umbia another 485 miles distant, mak
ing a total distance of 1,760 miles.
As he will doubtless be compelled to
deviate from the straight course, this
estimates that he will cover approx*
mately 2,000 miles. Just how he will
recognize the actual pole Is not quite
clear, as It is not distinguished by any
particular physical features. He will,
however, be able to discover what
chances there are for carrying out his
projected drift In a vessel across the
polar basin, which is his main pur
pose of flying over the top of the
"I'll contribute a million dollars to
your campaign fund!" said the en
"No," rejoined Senator Sorghum In
tones of gentle regret. "You mean
well, but you are one of those chaps
who Inadvertently make an election
an insignificant matter compared to
the subsequent investigation."
All That Stretch
Without Any Rubber
You'll be surprised
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shoulders, six months'
n't them, send direct,
SITUS' dealer's Dame. JBs
I slat on No-Wars with
ntee label at
rery pair. I...
the story of
Jfa'Wsy Strcch Superior G*.
They are GOOD!
Holiii & Olson, Inc.
20 f'iih S
is Fragrant and
HKMSTITCHTyO AM PICOTOJG AT-
TACHMENT works on any je^n* macM.
easily adjusted. Pr*ee $2.50, with toll to-
1ANT Box 11, CORPUS CHKISTI. TEXAS
CosdeMed Stales of Hsppeafon
of the Week in Miaoetou
Albert LeaThe large barn, its con
tents and the silo on the farm of E.
PH Greeley, west of here, was destroyed
by fire with a loss estimated at more
JacksonReinhold Miller, a clam
fisher on the Des Moines river near
Brownsburfc reported finding a clam
containing iXx pearls. The pearls are
a fairly good sifce and good lustre.
Albert LeaH. C. Jensen, one of
Albert Lea*s oldest settlers, died at
liis home here. Mr. Jensen built the
fifth house in this place.
West Duluth*J. P. Wlllner of West
Duluth is great sachem of the Min
nesota council of the Improved Order
of Redmen, following election of of
ficers at the conclusion of the annual
convention of the order.
St. PaulA few hours after he bad
reunited his parents in their home at
421 Capitol avenue, St. Paul, Theodore
BambeneS, 15 years old, was drowned.
ShakopeeA joint picnic of the
Scott County yawn Bureau associa
tion was given at Simplrins Grove,
Sauk RapidsSank Rapids held a
real bang-tip celebration marking the
completion cl the paved highway from
the twiri cities to Sauk Rapids.
OwatonnaSteele county's delayed
rural school commencemen. exercises
tor 1322 wai be conducted at Mineral
Springs Baric, Satorday, Aug. 26.
BrainerdState Forester W. T. Cox
has wired Banger John Kelson that
all permits for any kind of burning
had been revoked.
HastingsDakota County Health as
sociation conducted a free clinic at
the community club rooms here. The
clinic is for cnHdreai and infants.
WlllroarTreshing is now in full
swing in this vicinity. The yield of all
grain is good and most of the returns
are running overweight. Wheat
weighs 63 pounds to the bushel, oats
35 and 40 and barley 50 and 55.
AustinHeirs of John Wagner by
his first wife have began a fight for
a share of his estate. Wagner was
found murdered in his home at Grand
Meadow, July 12, and his wife died
several days later from wounds.
MontevideoThe Montevideo Ma
sonic association will take over the
property of the Windom college here,
paying $5,000 for the property. The
place will be remodeled into a Ma
MinneapolisMembers of the Min
neapolis Business Men's association
took 28 foreign born boys to the Y.
M. C. A Americanization camp at
Bush lake. They will act as hosts to
the youngsters all week.
S CloudA triple wedding was
solemnized in SL Augustine's church
here when the three sons of Mr. and
Mrs, Paul Held took the marriage
vows. Henry Held was married to
Miss Claire Lent of Cold Springs
Bernard to Isabelle Niehans of Rich
mond and Julius to Sophia Bettin of
Sherburne. The three couples will
make their home here.
Red Wing Announcement was
made here that stockholders of the
Red Wing Telephone company had
transferred their holdings to the Tri
State Telephone company.
HlbbingThe body of Frank Godes
sa, missing since July 15, was found
in an unused part of the Webb open
pit mine, one mile from here by mem
bers of a locomotive crew. Godessa
apparently had fallen o\er the edge of
the pit, a distance of about 50 feet.
MinneapolisC. S. Haymes of the
Charles S. Haymes company, realtors,
announced the purchase of a 100-year
lease on the Phelps building, 913-915
Nicollet avenue, and the ground cover
ed by the building, by Kelly Brothers.
DulutreAmerica's champion Legion
band of Duluth, will play at the an
nual reunion of the 88th Division and
at the Minnesota State Fair in the
first week in September, it was an
nounced by Russell Mather, manager
of the band.
MankatoPioneer men and women
who have weathered the storms of
the many years since the founding ot
this state, together with their de
scendants, gathered at the picnic
grounds in Sibley park Aug. 10th to
enjoy a reunion and picnic.
MinneapolisF. Reidy. and
Charles Hume, postottice inspectors,
returned to Minneapolis from New
York, where they participated In the
roundup of three men in connection
with the million-dollar mail robbery in
8t. PaulTheodore, 15-year-oK son
of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bambenek, 421
Capitol Ave., St. Paul, was drowned
while swimming at McCarron lake.
The lad sank despite the efforts of a
number of other swimmers to save
PipestoneThe fall grain harvest
in this county has been practically
completed and threshing is being car
ried on quite generally. Good yields
are reported from all sections of the
county. C. W. Smith, a farmer near
Hoolane, had 80 acres of rye which
yielded 28% bushels to the acre.
St. PaulRamsey, Anoka, Washing
ton, Dakota and Chisago counties will
contribute this year to the Ramsey
County fair, Aug. 24 to 26, according
to George Reif, secretary. Work of
the boys' and girls' clubs throughout
the counties will be emphasized.
MinneapolisMr. and Mrs. L. C.
Tofte, after trying three years to save
enough money to come home to Min
neapolis from Portland, Ore., but be
ing prevented by the successive ar
rival of two babies, walked and beg
ged lifts the 2,300 miles home. They
will visit Mr. Tofte's folks at White
MontevideoMr. and Mrs. GusUv
Bltason celebrated their golden wed
dnig anniversary here. They had spent
their entire half century of wedded
life in Chippewa county.
Minneapolis The Board of Esti
mate and Taxation will hold a special
meeting to sell $1,000,000 of bonds for
school purposes and $120,000 of bonds
to finance sewer construction^
MinneapolisTwo nundred former
residents of Stanle/. Wiscojsin, held
a picnic and reunion at Lake Harriet
DuluthAccording to records in the
office of the clerk of district court 19,-
000 pmts or 2,377 gallons of banded
whisky have been sold in St. Louis
county under doctor's orders since
Aug. 4, 1919.
CanbyA little daughter of Herman
Schutt, residing near Brandt, was
severely injured about the legs when
she was caught in a mower ia use on
the Schutt farm. She stepped in front
of the mower.
CampbellInvestigation showed that
the four children, John, Ralph and Al
bert Stevens and Edgar Wray, whose
bodies were taken from a barn follow
ing a fire, died of suffocation.
LuverneCracksmen entered two
Standard Oil stations here and blew
the safes at both places and escaped
with approximately $400. They also
broke into the Ford garage.
MoorheadRev. J. C. Craig, St
Paul, was tLe principal speaker at the
exercises marking the laying of the
cornerstone of the Grace Methodist
CrookstonRube Lukkason, former
star hockey player, is held in the
Polk county Jail here. Lukkason was
arrested on a charge of stealing an
automobile owned by H. P. Packard
JordanMrs. John Ruppert, who,
with her husband and son, Florian,
were injured in an automobile acci
dent near here, died without regaining
consciousness. Physicians said death
was due to a fractured skull.
WabassoThe present summer is
proving a banner one for building op
erations in Wabasso. At the present
time a $60,000 high school building is
in course of construction, and an ex
tensive sewer system is also being in
stalled. At a recent meeting Of the
Co-operative Creamery company, it
was decided that a new building should
jccelsiorThree thousand members
of Zuhrah Temple, Order of the Mys
tic Shrine, attended the annual pic
nic of the organization at Spring
Park, Lake Minnetonka. Many state
officials and out-of-town Shriners were
included among the guests.
New PragueThis city is to lose
the International Milling Co, which
announced its removal to Minneapolis
in the early future Several families
and single employees will go with the
moving of the general offices.
HibbtngThe annual meeting and
picnic of the Associated Italian Amer
icanization clubs of Northern Minne
sota will be held at Eveleth. Minn.,
August 20th. In case 'of rain the
Eveleth hockey rink and municipal
auditorium has been tendered the asso
ciation. The city council of Eveleth
has also offered the service of the
St. PaulThomas Aldan Abbott, for
many years president of the firm of
T. A. Abbott and Brothers, St. Paul,
manufacturers of sash, doors and
blinds, died at his home, 487 Ashland
avenue, St Paul. Mr. Abbott, who
was 75 years old, had been ill for more
than two years. He was president for
some years of the State Humane
WinonaThe extent to which pigs
are commonly kicked by farmers to
keep them out of the trough at feed
ing time was argued in municipal
court here. Roy Geltle, 17 year old
farmhand, charged Frank Pruka, his
employer, with assault. Because the
farmer thrashed him for kicking the
pigs. The court found Pruka not
Red Wing Martin Erickson of
White Rock was sentenced by Judge S.
J. Nelson to 10 days in Jail for driving
an automobile while intoxicated and
for 30 days more for transporting
liquor. Andrew Johnson of this city
who was riding with Erickson when
the latter was arrested, drew 15 days
in jail for resisting arrest.
AustinAugust Detloff, held In the
county jail for the murder of Mr. and
Mrs John Wagner at Grand Meadow,
spends most of his time walking up
and down the corridor. Once a day he
is allowed the company of a prisoner
who is spending 30 days in the jail.
Detloff asked for a copy of the New
Red WingA plague of rats has be
come so serious here in the business
district that the Chamber of Commerce
has named a committee to consider
the best means of exterminating them.
Business men report they have tried
poison, cats and dogs, but still the rod
ents tacrease, doing damage to build
ings and goods in them.
Minneapolis Completion of the
Zion Lutheran church, Lyndale and
Twenty-sixth avenue north, was cele
brated by the congregation with spe
cial services. Rev. H. G. Stub, presi
dent of the Norwegian Lutheran
church of America preached the prin
cipal sermor, and an address also was
delivered by the pastor, Rev. B. E.
MinneapolisTreffle Auge, Pioneer
Minnesota ferryman, is dead. He
was 95 years old, and had been a resi
dent of Minnesota for 70 years. Mr.
Auge operated the ferry acress the
Minnesota river Just below Fort Snel
llng for 31 years, having purchased it
from General Sibley in 1861.
St. PaulMrs. Nicholina Jacobson
Nelson, wife of V. S. Senator Knute
Nelson of Minnesota, died at the sen
atorial home in Washington, following
an illness of several years duration.
The remataK were brought to Minne
sota for burial in Senator Nelson's
plot at his old home in Alexandria.
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN.
You may get
for your money
sweet and al
CLIENT "SPILLED THE BEANS"
Altogether Too Truthful in Answering
Question Put to Him by His
"Were I giving advice to a young
lawyer," said an attorney the other
day, "I would advise him to be careful
about placing his client on the stand.
It is at least as well to know what
he Is likely to answer to his attorney's
leading questions. Some time ago,"
continued the lawyer, "a case was tried
In which the plaintiff's attorney cer
tainly 'spilled the beans,' though ac
tually It was a cargo of bread, rolls
and cake that was upset. A baker's
wagon had been hit by a train In
spite of the 'Stop, Look, Listen' sign,
and the driver sued. On the stand
he was asked how he conducted him
self when he came to the crossing,
and he replied: *I just trotted gently
across, looking the other way and
thinking about nothing in particular.'
The attorney threw up the case on
the spot, but it was really a lack of
foresight on his part," continued the
Don't Kill Bullsnakes.
Kansas farmers find that a bull
snake in an alfalfa field is worth at
least $2.50 a month, says the Scien
tific American, for an acre harbors,
on an average, six gophers, which
damage the crop to that extent. One
adult bullsnake keeps an acre free of
the pests. The bullsnake is harmless,
feeds also on rats and mice around
barn or granary, and deserves the pro
tection of the farmer.
Better have a good-paying job than
a low-salaried position.
MlttllWlU tAre worn
Every time you buy and use cheap and
big can baking powder that does not
give satisfaction you have increased
the cost of your bakings many times?
The Econom BAKING POWDER
Is the best that can be made
BEST BY TEST
TheWorld's Greatest Baking Powder
"ACCOUNTING FOR BUCK GARB
Simple Reason Why Girls in Railroad
Refreshment Room All Were
Robed in Somber Colors.
The train was late, even later than
is usual on this particular line, and
as they crawled through one station
a weary traveler was heard to ex
"What a villainous station this is 1
They try to Irritate one on purpose.
Look at those girls in the refreshment
room! Why do they dress them all in
"Don't you know," said the fellow
passenger in a most solemn tone of
voice, and with a look of uwe on his
"No," replied the curious and fretful
"Why," said the other, "because
they are in mourning for the late
Tobe Smithers and Gabe Gunsliun
of the Mount Piggy region of the
Ozarks were guests of a hotel in the
Big Burg lately. Some time after they
had retired for the night they were
rudely awakened by the fire chief's
car raging past with its siren screech
ing in an unknown tongue.
"What the blue heck was that?"
cried Mr. Gunshun.
*'I d'know persiiely," replied Mr.
Smathers, "but I reckon some teller
has stayed out too late and his wife
is hunting him."Kansas City Star.
Some folks are so busy praising
themselves they never hear the praise
TEALTH authorities agree that chil
dren should let coffee and tea alone,
that their nerves may be kept free from
the caffeine drug disturbance, and grow
up in natural health.
Isn't this suggestion good for you, too?
There's charm for all and harm for none in
Postum, that satisfying, wholesome cereal
beverage which contains nothing to disturb
nerves or digestion. Make the test today.
Postum for Health
"There's a Reason'9
housewivesbuy and use Calu
they know that
it is the best
leavener at the
PUTTING MOTHER IN WRONG
Small Boy Quick to Observe Point)
That Might Enable Him to Es- I
It was cherry time and Rlclmrd In*
sisted on running out in the orchard!
and eating the half-ripe cherries. HIs(
mother told him how much better itj
would be for every one if he only left,
the cherries until they were ripe, Boi
they could be enjoyed. She nlsorf
warned him she would punish hiiu ID
he went to the orchard again
Soon she saw him pulling off tha
green cherries and she went out andl
dit a tinv switch lrom the tree. KiehJ
ard saw her coining toward hiraj
switch in hand, and the little lnd saidf
to her fiHiroestly:
"Mother, if you had only left thal|
switch on the tre Just think what al
fine big limb it would have been some
'Twas Ever thus.
As a party of tourisls motored!
through the eastern part of Greencas
tle recently, a small car, loaded with
five youngsters, slipped up behind, the
Indianapolis News reports. As the
smaller car was forging ahead one of
the boys lit a giant cannon cracker,
and tossed It behind the big car. It
went oft with a loud report. There
was a screeching of brakes as the big
car came to a halt, and the tourists
piled out to hunt for the blowouts*
The youngsters passed merrily on.
Thicker After They've Dined.
"I suppose the mosquitoes are tblclrf
out where you live?"
"No, long and slim."
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