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3lli ht IV. lOlj] ceo, '1 ET OD & ELDREDGE & CRAIG! (New and Light IHAMPION FROXT I T. and jal •fe SPRING GOODS Coming in Daily. in't Fail to See Them. ire again at the front, with, a Complete Line of FARM MACHINERY! COXSISTIXC MAINLY New Improved ods. OF Ghanpion Cord Binder! MOWERS! IN AU CI T. The Moline and Canton Plows. FISH BROTHERS 11 WAMPACH IAG0E ToChieftain, Coates, Ann Arbor and Ad vance Hay Rakes. IKD HMD CORK dTIWORS. figure also agents for the glalo Pitts, and Nichols, Shepard & Go. Threshers. u want the best binder, or a first-class jjg & Burning Thresher Engine, or any other 3 standard farm machinery, call on or £»ce She Ijcmlb. A Dakota Uarifii, Writing under of April .10, a letter from n uly in Osceola, appears in the Miiinea|Mlis Tribune the ear ly jart of this week. Though late in getting around it will always reading May I tell you.ltoo, how make that nice cream pie, the sister from ltyron told us of, but did not tell how to put together 1 take one cup of milk and I put it in the spider, and while that is heating, beat one egg. one half cup of ugar, one table-spoonl'ul tlour (very lieapiny). and a little salt together: i grate in a little lemon peel or nut meg—adding a little more milk if the thickening is too stiff to stirTnto the milk. Let the milk just come to the boiling point, stir it in quickly, and as soon ns the mass boils all over the pan lemove from the lire and turn quickly i into crust previously baked. It is nice with two crusts, which can be i baked together by sprinkling plenty of tlour between them and not pressing down the top one. which should be loosened while hot or one crust with trosting, jelly, or jam for the top. makes a nice pie. Arc used to call attention to tin* Its KIGHT trunk BI(T STOXK CITY, DAIV., FRIDAY, MAY 25, \m. NO. 4o be fresh Osceola, Iak., Apr. 30, 'S3. I find myself unable longer to resist the kind invitation to "come in and say something." This bright morning, here at the foot of the "Coteaux," should l»e seen fo be appreciated. Those g^and old hills rising up to the west of us, while the waters of Big Stone lake are plain ly visible to the east with villages in almost every direction, looking only a few miles distant whiie they range trom six to twenty, all form a lovely scene. How can such grsindure and beauty as we daily behold help but to ennoble and enlarge our minds and hearts and call forth praise and thanks* giving to the bountiful fiiver! "How is your husband getting along With his seeding," 1 was asked on the ICth of April. "Oh, Mr. K. has tun work all done. He has been at work iii his garden," remarked a genial old gentleman across the table, but with an expression that told plainly of how little consequence he considered the garden, lint he would appreciate that early garden in the early lettuce, for instance, with nice rich cream and a sprinkling of sugar over it or chopped line and stirred into a batter made of one egg, one table spoonful of good sweet cream, thickened with li«ur and seasoned with salt, fried to a rich brown t»y dropping it bv the spoonful into the-hot fat al ter the ham or other |K»rk has been taken out. Fry quick ly and turn but once. I prefer this batter also for mock fried oysters, made either from fresh or salted com. COTEAUX. Owing to the severe illness of Bish op Whipple's wife the continuation services at the Kpiscopal church next j'riday evening. May 'J'tth. (to-night) Will be conducted by the Kt. Hev. 11. fl. Oarkson. bishop of Nebraska and Dakota. Services commence at 7:30. Ortonville North Star. A lot of new Misses' spring Craig's. allocs for Ladies' and wear at Eldledge & Striking Head Lines fart that Cf'UlTHA* S CO. this is an mlvertisement ot the CHICAGO, M1L WM KKI-: k ST. PAI RAILWAY. linos traverse the best tortious of Northern Illinois, WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA, DAKOTA ami IOWA. Located directly on its lines are the cities of CHICAGO, MIIAVAT'KKK, Ia CroSse, Winona, ST. PAli,, MINNKAPOLIS, Mad ison, Prairie du Chie.n, Mason City, Sioux City, Yankton, Albert Lea, AHF.RDKKN, M'BCUUK, ROCK ISLAM), CKDAR RAP IDS, and COl'NClL JiLI'FFS, iw well as Innumerable oilier priiiri|«l I u sines* cen ters and lavorite resorts and j*Meiik'ers, going West, North, South or Kast are able to use the CHICAGO, MILWAI'KKK Ji ST. PAt'L RAILWAY to the best advantage. Ticket otlires everywhere are supplied with Maps and Time Tables which detail the mer its ot the line, and agent.-j sUud rwuly to lur nish liiloniidtion and sell tickets at clteajiest rates over the Chiraya, .Kilwaukn A Ml, Pan I ttuilivM). S. S MERRILL, A. V. flen'l Supt. II. CARPKNTEU, Gen. Manager. (Jen. Pass. & Tkt Agt J. T. CLARKE, GliO. 11. HKAFFORD, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt. FLAX SEED For Sowing on New Breaking. Tit Larp Enssias Tarltir, Clean ait Pure. The only kind to Sow. We will furnish this Seed on Time. No Cash Down, Pay after the Crop is Raised. For full particulars inquire of C. L. I10LMKS & Agents tor Minnesota Oil This Seed can be seen at M. A. Butler's Feed Store. The Grant County Head quarters are closing out re gardless of cost. The Celebrated Dubuque Are the best and lightest draft manufactured. Are warrant ed in every respect, and never fail to give satisfaction. The largest, best selected and most complete stock of Farm, and Platform Spring w .a. o o VXD XJ West of Minneapolis, all warranted and made on honor. The Buckeye Self-Binder, A XI) New Buckeye Mower, Sulky Rakes, Hand and Self-dump Steam and Horse Power Threshers,, and Ntraw-Hurn ing and Traction Kn^ines. It costs no more to get a first-class machine of any kind than it does to get a poor one, We warrant everything* tind are going to stay here to make our warranty good. JONES & MONROE. into., BIO STONE CITY, DAK. GAWARD & STEVENSON. Conipiuiy.