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TheMBayer For Headache Neuralgia Toothache Achy Gums Earache Rheumatism jupirin the tndt mrk of Bsyer Msmifsctur* of Ifonoscetlcscilestcr *f BHcjlicacid Dauer -Tablets Too Risky. Aspirin I'll bet you I'll have the prettiest lawn this summer." "I won't take you, for I know that Is a bet where you are going straight. Co hedging." "Does your husband play cards for moneyT* Tea, but I've given up hopes that he's ever going to get rich that way." Watch Cutlcura Improve Year Skin. OB rising and retiring gently smear the face with CuUcura Ointment Wash off Ointment In five minutes with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. It Is wonderful sometimes what Cutlcura win do for poor complexions, dandruff, tfra'^g and red rough hands,Adr. The failure or a bank may not upset the depositor, but he Is apt to lose his balance. a 11ill today Kay trout* Mea be traced back to the ^_ hie The Sidneys are the most important ofthe body. They are the fil af your blood, rf the P?toona are swept xrom the tiasuee by the are not eliminated through the of one form or another Issttya. dlaeass of one form or another ^&SEZ&& indicated by rhMsa, sleeplessness, nervousness, tsodeney. backachs, stomach trou- BSBBta loins and lower abdomen. gravel, haumatiaaw adatica Cross-on Genuine Tablets "A Blessing for Humanity E Pain!" Lame Back Lumbago Joint Pains Sciatica Gout Neuritis Proved Safe by Millions! Amerlban Owned! AdultsTake one or two "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" with Water. If necessary, repeat dose three times a day, after meal* 20 cent Bayer package*also larger Bayer package** Buy Bayer packages onlyGet original package. Had to Try Another. Benevolent Old GentBut that Is not the same tale that you told me a few days ago, my man! Cheerful MendicantNo, mister you didn't believe that one.London Tit-Bits. WHY DRU6GISTS RECOMMEND SWAMP-BOOT For many yean druggists have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medi cine. It is a physician's prescription. Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and blad der do the work nature intended they should do. Swamp-Root has stood the test of yean. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and it should help you. No other kidney medicine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start treatment at once. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper.Adv. Colds Grippe Influenzal Colds Stiff Neck Distress Pain! Pain! It's a pity some men can't draw checks as easily as they can Infer ences. FRECKLES for the TusstoGetl it at Tlcts 0gty frit* There's no longer the ligfctsit need of feeling named of jour freckles, at Otblnedouble strengthis guaranteed to remoro these homely spots. Simply get an onnen of Otblnedouble strengthfrom your druggist, and apply a little of It night and morning and you should soon see that even the worst freckles bare begun to dis appear, while the lighter ones hare ranlabed en tirely. It Is seldom that more than one ounce Is needed to completely clear the akin and gala a beautiful clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the double atrength Othlne, as thla Is sold under guarantee of money bash I it falls to remoTo freckles.Adr. A clock keeps on working when It goes on a strike that's where it gets the bulge on a man. "Cold In the Head" is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per* sons who are subject to frequent "colds In the head" will find that the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the System, cleanse the Blood and render them less liable to colda Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. __.._-_ HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak en Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. AH Druggists 75c. Testimonials free. $100.00 for any ease of catarrh, that HALL* CATARRH MEDICINE will net F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio. Whenever you see a man in a seedy coat entering a saloon n9 explanation Is necessary. Constipated Children Gladly Take "California Syrup of Figs" Not an Export. For the Liver and Bowels Tell your druggist you want genuine "California Syrup of Figs." Full directions and dose for babies and children of all ages who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue coated, or full of cold, are plainly printed on the bottle. Look for the name 'California*'* and accept no other "Fig Syrup." Joyful escape. Mrs. Heavy-WalteI say, floorwalk er, did you see my husband pass this way? Be has my purse. The FloorwalkerH-m-m, let me see was he a big, handsome fellow, about five feet tall, weighing nearly 100 pounds? Mrs. H.-W.Yes, that's the oneer that's him. The FloorwalkerMadam your hus band rushed out this door a moment ago. Same Fix. "Skirts this season will be shorter than ever, dear." "So will I." IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Tlsam disease is ho I isji rtrr mm* sienals that the Udneysneed help. YouAould us? GOLD 1&PAL Haa*. lem OU Capsules J**&- soothing, besJing on stta^ma the kidneys, relieves tnnssjssstssa an* e stroys the germs which have causedIK. Capsules. In twenty-four houra you should feel health and visor returning. After you feel somewhat improves! continue to take one or two^capaulssi each day, so as ta keep the flisll rlaaa condition snd ward oaf the danger of 0tAYk fo?e orWnal imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Three sises. Money re funded if they do net help yon. THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN. St. Cloud.The Knights of Colum bus plans were perfected to take in another large class of candidates on Memorial day. May 30. International Falls.G. V. Kinney, formerly superintendent of Independ ent District No. 4, has been appointed by the board for another term. St. Cloud.Arthur Gorman, for the past few months city editor oh the Journal-Press, has resigned to be court reporter in this judicial district. Wadena.Two thousand dollars was appropriated by the city council for street work, with a rider attached that in the event more money is needed it will be appropriated. Pine City.The senior class of the Pine City high school will present "And Ted Came Home" in the near future. Miss Ahearn, the principal, is directing the production. Virginia.The name of the Cleve land Avenue Presbyterian church has been changed to the First Presbyte rian church, R. C. Pickering elected clerk and O. R. Schocho trustee for five years. Bemidji.Many improvements have been made at the manual training de partment of the high school. Several new machines have been installed in cluding the most modern of woodwork ing machinery. Littlefork. The Horace Kibbey home was destroyed by fire. Sparks from the stovepipe, driven by the high wino* set fire to the roof. He will re build a short distance north of the site of the destroyed building. Aitkin.Walter Moork, lineman for the Aitkin-Deerwood Telephone com pany, fell from a ladder while install ing a telephone here and struck upon the cement sidewalk receiving a deep gash over the left eye and a badly sprained wrist. Crookst'on.H. W. Brown, brought to Crookston on a charge of making out checks without having funds to Ben Rosenberg, clothier, was given a preliminary hearing in municipal court Thursday and bond w fixed at $300, pending the April court :erm. East Grand Forks.Tfte city of East Grand Forks is advertising for the construction and rebuilding of the city hall and fire hall. Bids must be in by April 21 and city officials expect that the building will be completed and ready for occupancy by July. V. Brainerd.Charles Metcalf, aged over 80, died at his home of cancer. He fired the first engine into Chicago on the Michigan Central and was later employed twenty-five years as engi neer on that road. He was an engi neer on the Northern^ Pacific thirty five years, then retired. Thief River FallsRichard Triplett, colored, who has beon conducting a shoe shining parlor for several months, was assessed a fine of $100 and given a sixty-day suspended sentence in mu nicipal court by Judge N. W. Tarrant. Triplett was arrested by Night Patrol man Jerry Kelley and charged with asault in the third degree. Walker.Auditor Bacon made a sec ond trip to Duluth to see about money refund for the county for fire suffer ers' relief. The county bought several thousand dollars' worth of hay. If Mr. Bacon is successful in this, it will save Cass county in the neighborhood of $10,000. The state safety commission will take over the matter of settle ment. Stillwater. Carlos Avery, state game and flsu commissioner, will be the principal speaker at a supper that will be given by the Gun club at the Sawyer house, which will be presided over by Charles Englin of Stillwater, as toastmaster. Other speakers will be John B. Sanborn, president of the Ramsey County Game Protective asso ciation. Mayor J. R. Kolliner and others. Buhl.Rev. Father P. J. Maloney, member of the Home Guards, leader in civic affairs, and one of the most popular priests of this section, was given a farewell reception in the li brary. He leaves hero for Grand Rap ids to take charge of a church. Many people came from other points on the range and the guest of honor was suit ably rewarded for hla service in this community. St. Paul.The present population of the Faribault state school for feeble minded *s the largest of record, C. J. Swendsen of the state board of con trol announced on his return from a visit to the institution. There are 1,728 Inmates with normal accommo dations for only 1,550. The board of control budget asks for $150,000 for the establishment of colonies for fee ble minded on state lands. Ely.Deputy Clerk of the Court Holloway, of Virginia, has been here for a week Issuing first papers and receiving petitions for second pa pers. A large number of first pa pers are being issued. The clerk, un der a new ruling, remains here for a week once every month fd'r the pur pose of assisting in the Araericanlsa tion program. On the occasion of hla last visit in February, ninety-nine first papers were issued and eighteen peti tions for second papers were received. Bemidji.Bemidji citizens who seek appointment to the position of post master here, made vacant by the res ignation of A. P. Ritchie, have until April 15 to file their applications with the United States civil service commis sion at Washington, James L. George, former county auditor, was the first to make application. Long PrairieThe State board of control has appointed as members of the Todd county child welfare board: Mrs. Mary E. Wilson. Staples, chair man E. V. Moore, Eagle Bend Mrs, A. Wood, secretary E. A. Williams, C. J. Spiekcr, all of Long Prairie Virginia.Local draft board records have been shipped to the department, the office having been closed some time ago. Pipestone.A modern theater will be built in Pipestone if the plans of the Jerry Hines Theater company are carried out. It is proposed to erect one of the finest theaters in the North west. Little Falls.F. W. Lyon, incumbent of the office of municipal Judge, has asked for a recount of the vote in the city election held March 18, when he was defeated by one vote by Phil S. Randall. Rochester.Mrs. Angelia Stowell of this city has received from Gen. J. J. Pershing a letter extending greetings in response to a missive of congratula tions sent him for his victory over the German troops. St. Cloud.Warren Freeman, who recently returned from a business trip at Brainerd, states .that St. Cloud granite is being favored for the large new courthouse to be erected in Brainerd this summer. Chisholm.The mortgage on the First M. E. church here that has been paid off was burned at exercises held in the church, Rev. Mr. Stidd, the pastor District Supt. Hodgson of Duluth and clergymen from range points speaking. Stillwater.P. F. McDonald of this city has been named by the county commissioners as superintendent of all state and Federal roads in Wash ington .county at a salary of $150 per month, and has already entered upon his new duties. MoorheadAt the meeting of the Clay County Agricultural and Mechani cal society, held in the lecture room of the public library. R. B. Webb, treasurer of the society, reported $2,- 119.68 cash in the treasury. All of the officers were re-elected. Bemidji.Marion Reed, held In the county jail on a charge of forgery, was arraigned in municipal court for pre liminary hearing and bound over to the next term of district court by Judge John F. Gibbons. Reed is. ac cused of forging a $25.92 check. 'Moose Lake.Herbert II. Gardner of Minneapolis, vice president and man ager of the Minneapolis Civic and Com* merce association, was here conferr ing with officials of the Moose Lake Commercial club in regard to placing a capable secretary at the head of things here. Mora.Fire broke out in the bakery and restaurant of P. M. Dauser, caused by the explosion of a gasoline stove as Mr. Dauser was frying doughnuts and flames spread to all parts of the room. An alarm was sounded and within five minutes the fire depart ment had the fire under control. Minneapolis.Revival of Mississippi river traffic as a solution to the South American transportation problem, was urged by H. H. Merrick, president of the Chicago Association of Commerce, in a speech before the Traffic club. That would be the solution to the con gested conditions in the East, he said, and the port of New Orleans is capa ble of handling all river and rail for eign traffic. Hibbing.Draft records kept by John Vaughn, head clerk of the local board, reveals the names of 223 who failed to answer their questionnaires or who failed to report for camps when ordered to de so. Their names have been sent into the St. Paul draft headquarters and It is more than probable that an effort will be made to take the delinquents before a board of Inquiry. Delano.Great Northern passenger train No. 10, eastbound, nan into an earth slide, a mile east of here. The engine and two cars left the rails. Henry Eddy, St. Paul, engineer, was cut and bruised and was taken to a hospital In St. Paul. His condition was hot considered serious. None of the passengers was injured. The train, the Winnipeg-St. Paul mail, was running slowly. The landslide was in a curve and covered 40 feet of the rails. Frazee.Mrs. C. W. McKenzie re cently celebrated her 101st birthday anniversary here at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. S. Jones. In her honor a dinner party was given by Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Jones, covers being laid for twelve. There waa the customary birthday cake with its 101 red, white and blue candles arranged in the form of a flag. Mrs. McKenzie, while not extremely vigorous, is in comfortable health, taking a keen interest in all events, especially those affecting her relatives and friends. Friends of Mrs. McKenzie from this village and vicin ity remembered her as usual with let ters, cards and other tokens. Grand Rapids.R. W. Cook, who last week shipped co-operatively two cars of potatoes to Illinois, reports that the farmers who shipped with him realized $1.20 a bunded for their potatoes. They loaded out the cars when the potatoes were between 70 cents and 80 cents a hundred on the local market, the only disadvantage being that the farmers bad to wait for their money unUl the returns from the car were received. Mr. Cook shipped two carloads thla week to the same market, and as the market haa been a little stronger the past week even better returns are expected on these consignments. Mankato.Robbers in the morning, shortly after, 4 o'clock, took an auto truck from the Laven garage, drove to the A. M. Stein clothing store, gathered up 120 suits, valued at from $40 to $50 each.drove to the Mankato Manufacturing company's plant, where they stole three trunks in which they packed the clothing. Steiner's bakery waa visited, but the arrival of the bak ers at about 4 a. la thought to have interfered with their operations on the safe, wMch showed evlder-ces of hav ing Veer* tampered witfl. At a cigar store the robbers secur 'd some change, from the till and a quantity of eigara. Jlti!^ _-^ mar lacs TTiitTVir-ffi[Tn"n nil.', Proof. "So you think you have forgiving nature?" "I must have. I always go. back to the same dentist." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants ana in cnuareu, aau set UIUL u. children, and see that it Bears the Signature of In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Peppery Retort. "Why do- they call a sailor an old salt?" "Because," answered the marine, 'the salt goes with the pep." GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER Has been used for all ailments that ere caused by a disordered stomach and inactive liver, such as sick head ache, constipation, sour stomach, nervous indigestion, fermentation of food, palpitation of the heart caused by gases in the stomach. August Flower Is a gentle laxative, regulates digestion both In stomach and intestines, cleans and sweetens the stomach and oilmen tary canal, stimulates the liver to se crete the bile and impurities from the blood. Sold in all civilized countries. Give it a trial.Adv. When a man goes to market and gets stuck with a tough fowl he Is very apt to lose his respect for old age. THE RIGHT WAY in all cases ol Distemper. Pinkeye, Inffu enza, Colds, etc. of all horses, brood mares, colts, stallions, la to "SPOHH THHT On their tongue or In the feed put Bpohn'a Liquid Compound. Give the remedy to all of them. It acta on tho blood and glands. It routs the disease by expelling- the disease germs. It wards off the trouble no matter how they are' "exposed." Absolutely free from any thing* Injurious. A child can aafely take It. Sold by drug-gists, harness dealers, or aent express paid by the manu facturera, Ssedsl Aceata Wanted. tt Weak and Miserable? Does the least exertion tire you put? Feel "blue" and worried and have daily backache, lameness, headache, dizziness and kidney irregularities? Sick kidneys are often to blame for this .unhappy state. You must act quickly to pre vent more serious trouble. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy recommended everywhere by grateful users. A Minnesota Case SPOHN MEDICAL CO* GOSHEN, IND., U. 8. A. STREETS WITH ODD PAYING KEEP FINGERS FROM MOUTH Few Civilized Towna Would Care to Duplicate Thoroughfare Known to Exist in Africa. Paris, we are told, is to be paved with glass, and this has been referred to as If It were quite unknown. How ever, this Is not so, for Lyons already has the Rue de la Republic, with Its glass pavements laid in blocks eight inches square, so closely fitted that water cannot pass through them. But streets of glass are not by nny means the most curious streets In the world. There Is a street in Gwandu, Africa, which Is a veritable place of skulls. The town, oval in shape, has round it a ring of poles, every one of which Is crowned with a human skull. There are six gates to the town, and every one of them is approached by a pavement of skulls, of which some thing like 12,000 were used. The pave ment is snowy white. Philadelphia has a street made with compressed grass, and the experiment promised so well after a year that there may soon be many companion streets of grass. Band's Little Joke. A company of infantry, having fin ished a hard march on a hot day, was preparing to make camp, and had its tents partly raised when a reglmentr, band struck up "The Star-Spangled Banner." Every man stood at atten tion and the tents fell to the ground, mnch to the disgust of the tired sol diers. There's a rich*, satisfring, old time flavor to The Original Mrs. John Doo ley, Janesviile, Minn., says: "My back was so lame, I couldn't do my .housework and the pains were terrible. My kidneys didn't act right at all and showed con siderable weakness. I also had dizzy headaches. My back ached so at night that 1 couldn't sleep at "SPlUmx ^ajP"' aH. 1 finally learn sa.jfcr, Kid-, new Pills and afterd usinDoan's six boxes was entirely cured of the complaint." Gst Data's a* Aar Stars. DOAN'S yss.v FOSTBUeUUIIN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM A tollrt propantioa of merit. Halpatomdieat*dandruff. ForRaotoites Color and VororFododHoarJ iLoistPnurrJau. W. N. U., Minneapolis, No. 14-1919. Many Casea of Infection Proved to Be Due to Thia Habit, Altogether Too Common. "When I became a man I put away childish things." Not always, and hence the aphorism, "Men are but children of a larger growth." One of the first acts of volition Is when the child put its hands, or any thing It can get hold of, to its mouth. In spite of reason, this instinct con tinues strong through life. If saliva were a bright green color we would be kept busy washing our hands. Most bacterial diseases are now believed to be contracted through the mouth, with food or otherwise. As a matter of fact most of use carry our fingers to oar mouth or nose many times a day and in so doing transmit to ourselves disr eases that others have spread about. Beginning with instinct it has become a habit. Further comment seems su perfluous.George H. Glover, Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Col orado. I'm In. The family and some friends were hi the habit of playing a quiet game of poker occasionally. The four-year old daughter amused herself playing about the room, her parents not think ing she paid any attention to any thing that was said. One evening re cently she startled her mother when she concluded her prayer by saying In. POSTUM CEREAL dial no substitute can ever equal A healthful drink that leaves no trace of Itann* leverage grateful to the stomach, that never upeets nerves, heart or digestion i Boil Just like coffee Boll thoroughly (15 minutes alter boiling begins) rnakeitrkh and dark and you have something that makes your meal doubly enjoyable. There's a Reason" At Grocerstwo sizes 15c :25c.