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^Farming seemed to take a new
lease of life since the freeze-up. The
fine weather brought out plows and
even a few discs, and many more are
talking of taking time by the fore
lock by dragging, to be ready for the
drill when spring opens.
The new arrivals in Big Woods
kg during November are a daughter at
Ole Imisdahl's, a son at Chris. John
jft son's and Hans Larson's.
ft* Mr. Larson was obligedto return
J^, to Grand Forks for further treatment
i for his finger.
%f'" Argyle whiskey is furnishing plen-
3%/ ty ofu incidents along the road. It is
to find stray wheels,
.^wagon-boxes, reaches, sacks and laid
fi out drivers between here and town.
who farmed the
the past summer,
has returned to Grand Forks.
Fannie Cotton closed her school in
0 Dist. No. 60, with a picnic dinner.
The little folks were happy, and theCLOVERDALE,
district seems well pleased with the
?-i teacher. COBB.
OAK PARK AND BIG WOODS
Where is Hicks now, with his al
ternate three days' rain and three
Taral Peterson and family have
Temoved to the eastern part of the
county, where they will make their
Pete Paulsen has erected a resi
dence within the city limits of Big
The Woodmen gave a dance at Big
Woods hall last Friday evening.
A. Tonderum lost a valuable horse
What's the matter with having a
telephone line run through to Big
Following is a record of the best
marksmen at the shooting contest
held on Nov. 19th: Johnnie Gjel
haug, 1st Arne Syverson, 2nd Hel
mer Fjeld, 3rd Halvor Kallock, 4th
Gerhart Teige, 5th. The range was
Another contest was held yester
day at Tom Kallock's place. Our
riflemen do not dread to meet the
insurgents of the Philippines. ART.
Mack Bros, shipped a carload of
-their Early Wonder wheat to L. L.
May & Co., seedsman, of St. Paul,
Miss Annie Nixon finished a suc
cessful term of school in the north
Will.Mack and Arthur Brown, who
re teaching in eastern Marshall
Zi county, are expected home to spend
|.?V A dance at J. J. Sutton's Tamarac
P|, Biver ranch last Friday night. All
$$ Teport a good time.
SflSP'OIsaac Hall, of Fir, was seen on
|g pur streets yesterday.
Sam Nutt left for Roseau last Wed
nesday, where he expects to run Rin-
^S gus Bros.sawmill engine this winter.
*of$t Wm. T. Robertson returned home
/M Saturday from Fargo, N. D., where
1|| he has been visitinn witU relatives, i
Urton Robertson is on the sick list.
StL .._ .i% iufm RBOTLAB COR.
NORTH STAR FUR COAT.
Nov. 28th, 1899.
A rain shower this evening. It
does not look much like winter.
Wanger people are about as usual,
loud in' their praise of the lovely
weather we have had this fall.
More ditching has been done
throughout the county this fall than
ever before. Nearly every farmer
within a radius of ten miles of Wan
ger have their farms well drained.
Everything is going up in price
Bev. Horde, of Argyle, preaches at
the old Wanger school-house every
The housekeepers in War
ren will be pleased with
our line of lace curtains.
It contains the pick- of
many different lines, and
every style is new and
desirable. But we don't
put a premium on the
goods because they are
LAC E GlPTAJNJ. better selections than you
would find elsewhere.
Prices range from
50c to $35 a pair.
Extra good quality Brussel cur
tains, handsome patterns, at
TRILBY flannel in checks and stripes,
We have now in this line over 100 pieces
to select from, in light, medium and dark
colors. While these last, will sell as follows:
DELGARDO flannel, very fine style, in
dark and medium, at per yard
in select patterns, at
English Flannelette, in light and
dark, plaids and stripes, at
Do you know we carry the
biggest and best assortment of
Fur Coats in the Northwest?
We buy from the largest and
best factory. We buy at rock
bottom prices and sell cheaper
than any other store. Come
and see if we don't tell the
truth. Here are some prices:.
Coo from $35 to $50g*
Buffalo Calf 18 33
Have you seen our line of woolen blankets? If
you haven't, it would please us to have you look
them over, and once in a life time see a good as
sortment. Here are some prices:
10|4 Wyoming all wool, dark gray, fancy
10|4 San Margos, guaranteed pure wool warp
and filling, at
11(4 San Margos, same as above, only larger
H]4 Longmonth, gray, with black, border.
Remember the name and come and ask to
see this blanket, as it is an exceptionally
11]4 Del Monte", white, with blue border.
This is the best white blanket ever of
J& tX vj$ (Or
Boys' Reefers, strictly all wool "chin-^
chillas, in blue, storm collars, ages 4 to
8 years, our present price
Warren, Marshall County, Minnesota, Thursday, November 30,1899.
HiJ. tfl A AH
Corner Johnson Avenue and Wain Street.
"the Same Goods for Less Money, or Better
Goods for the Same Money than elsewhere/9
^m^^st^^l^e M^^ lon pricesa"
Taralseth's Store the favorite still
dfseihave advanced and are higher to-dao than they have been in years
THE PRICES, for with its usual it has laid in ample quantities,
S iJ kforesight
LOWER PRICE S than ever before. K. J. TARALSETH.
^This season more than ever we prove to vou
we.arefruly DRESS GOODS hEADQUAR-
ltKb. 1 he immense stock and wide range of
prices makes it possible for you to find nearly
anything you want. Whether you want to invest
but 5 cents.per yard or #3.50 a yard we can sup
ply your wants. Here are just a few reminders:
A fine line ofplaids and fancies, double width, just [the
thing for children's school wear, price per yard 15c
Fine Broche Jacquards, in the latest shades, price 15
fancy Jaequ^d^^nch^id^^l^desirable colors, our
price now IKc
Fancy stripe, crepon effect, color bl'k and brown mixed, 40c
All wool Henrietta, colors black, brown and blue. What
other stores will charge you 50c. for, we sell now at 40C
A line of black Crepons that are very desirable and good
for skirts and are exceptionally good cloth, price 60C
Very heavy Golf plaid at $ 3
Table Damask Specials.
60 inch wide Turkey red, good quality worth
35c anywhere, we sell now for 25c
60 inch bleached, with yellow plaids very
pretty, our price 1 45c
68jnch bleached, best quality ever shown in
the Northwest, for 40c
68 inch unbleached, fine pattern, very good
quality, now selling at 40c
Our towel line lacks nothing in the way of de
sirable styles. From the cheapest to the best and
the largest to the smallest size, either huck or
damask, fringed or plain, hemmed or hemstitched,
we show a complete assortment. One of the cus
tomer-pleasing features of our line is, THAT THE
PRICES ARE LOW, and afford only a modest profit
to us. But of course that would be expected of
Here is a very pretty towel, now selling at
Fine bleached fringed, at only
Fine huck fancy border for
damask fancy border, fringed, for
plain .white, fringed, for
Special Hosiery Bargains.
These goods are placed on a table in the center
of the store, so that every one who comes in can
see the price on qualities.
LOT 1.A heavy black hose for boys or girls, that
other stores will ask you 25c for, we sell now for 20C
LOT 2.A heavy ribbed black and gray seamless hose
for boys or girls, hose that can not be equaled for less
than 30c to 35c, now selling at 25
Lot 3.A heavy ribbed worsted hose for boys or.girls,
present price f^i&r ItS^Z *$": 30C
LOT 4.A verheavy LadiesWre hos |and5 a greatlbar-25c -J'Af 11'^r
p*f lU ^DUUJ este
that's so, you ought to be inter
LOT 5.Perhaps you nave a boy or a girl who is capa- $&,
his or her toes through a pair of stock- }M
in our home-made hose. Price Ac
.IV. ir* 'If!
that have made
All kinds of Merchant
25c 20c 25c 45c
Good quality fur caps from $1.25 to 3.50
Genuine seal-skin cap, sold at other & nr\
places for $7.00, selling here at pDUU
Plush caps, good values, from TSc to $1.75
Cloth caps 25c to $1.50
BOYS' AND MEN'S MITTENS.
Men's Yarn mittens, from
Men's Calf skin, lined
Men's fine Kersey tffc
Men's Duck fa
Boys' Sweaters, very good quality,
'To 50c to $1.25
Men Sweaters, good value, from
$1.25 to $2.50
Ladies', ilisses' and Children's Jackets.
1345.Ladies'Jacket made from a good black Kep
sey The sleeves have a scolloped cap which is finished
with rows of stitching, black satin lining. Price $14.00
STYLE 1139. A Ladies' Jacket which shows style and
workmanship. The material is Castor Kersey, lined with
violet silk romaine. Extra good value at $12.00
throughouti with mercerized satin $6.50
Made from gray Cheviot $ 8 OO
1696.Misses' Jacket, made of gray Covert cloth $5.00
1699.Misses' Jacket, brown mixed satinet $3.30
STYLE 1774.Children's Jacket. The material in this nob
by Jacket is red beaver fancy shaped cape and collar.
STYLE 1786.Children's Jacket, cadet blue Melton. The
front has rows of stitching extended from shoulder to bot
tom. Price $00
STYLE 1667.Children's Jacket, gray mixed satinet, $200
LADIES' FUR CLOAK$.-Very high storm collar, made of
the very best Astrachan fur. No one else in the North
west carries such good qualities.- Different lengths.
IO!WD u" $40.00 to $60.00
Ladies Russian Lamb, very long, extra
good material. Price $30 00
I This Line W Are Unsurpassed.
Have just re- ceived a large
ges, are selling at
25c to 75c
50c to $2.50
50c to $2.50
25c to 75c
at all Prices.
Warranted the Best.
Prices rangingfrom$ 1 0 to $50
Here is where we shine. Never before has such
a line been put before the public. We take pride
in knowing that we can always furnish a person
with a pocket knife with which he will be satis
fied. Remember that we are the sole agents for
the imported Swedish Razors, and Jack Knives.
We are the only ones in the city who enjoy the
privilege of handling the BLUE DELFT WARE.
Every piece warranted not to chip, peel or crack.
Everything else in Hardware always on hand.
Tinshop in connection.
We handle the- "Standard Grand," Paragoir
and Norwood. What we wishto say here i$: ^f
Don't send away for sewing machines: When
you buy a machine here you can see what you get. i3
We can meet catalogues, houses, or anybody else*s
prices and give you better machines at that
Here is a machine we recommend, it O A A
-us rice s, \J9\J%J
Boys' and Girls' fine Jersey ftC to 1.25-
Ladies' extra good quality Kersey 50c to 1.00
Misses' knitted leggings 25c to 50c
that ha a strictl tailor finish