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NEWSPAPER COUPON
1HE SCHEME
LONDON
A.
VMS ORlGiNATLD
BY A LAW YEP
Hundred Thoawwwl Collnr* cienred in
a ivr Mc«k»-l ike Many Setae u»»» To
day, It Was a Bis Swindle—Tli« London
I'lne Art A**ocl»ti«n-
Cm dismal afternoon daring the fall of
IST'd three friends, all of whom had been iu
the unnv and whose pecuniary COM iitioa
mey t*« described by the expressive epitoet
"bustwl," were lounging iu the reading r» -ia
of a then wry fast L/Jtidon club. One of
them proceeded to propound the perplexing
question as to what Lis friend* cvoridered
would be the termination to their present
financial ei nia.rj"assm e n ts.
"Our subscriptions will be due shortly, and
heaven
Wi
]y knows where the stuff is to come
from, an I f"-i certain my uncle won't stump
up. He has oa many previous occasions ex
pressed his emphatic opinion that under the
circumstances it would be more becoming
nie t' i obtain some employment, instead of
sweoing, as he chooses to call it, about the
West End. and I am really afraid mou affaire
with tiie Jones-Brown gi! off.
He had got so far with this exciting subject
when one of his companions interrupted bim
in bis usual jerky styie. "I saw brother Lid
last night. He says he has struck a god
thing at last. Wants only a litt.o ready to
make a fortune. I suppose, however, it is a
wild scheme which wul never mrae to aay
taing. He asked me the silly question if I
could get any one to go into it with him."
Oil the principle of the drowning man
catching at a straw, the ntitcnau who bad
excressed the very reasonable doubt, as to the
forthcoming of the eiub subscriptions pro
pofxl, with Lis habitual extravagant-. that
they should take a cab d»wn to t!ie Temple
and interview Mr. Bill, who was a barrister
without any legal business.
THE SCHEMX PEO!«OS*D,
The propirition was carried nem. con
Vhat abominable mode of conveyance, a
London omnibus, was substitute*! for a han
som, and in half an hour Elm Tree Court was
invaded by three thirsty and impecunious
men.
"We hear," said the spokesman of the
party, "that you have pot the idea of the
century. Let us know all about it, as if it ia
any good I can find a fellow to leu me some
navoey to put into it.
Hr. Bill ccmpressei hjs lips with thatabom
i cable judicial affectation so common among
young lawyers. and remarked with aa much
gravity aa if he were ojjening an address to a I
jury a murder case:
THE LOXDOS TIKE AKT AbfcOCIATlO*.
The matter was discussed far into the fol
lowing m,ruing, and the result was thar with
a very slender borrowed capital the London
Fine Art association started on its gay career
a few days after From the very first it was
a remarkable financial success, as the money
flownl in through the jK/st&o quickly that it
proved «.'onomical to pay a man to !eil the
postage stamp® without discount to the trades
people.
The outlay wu a trifle and the profits at
leabt 400 per cent. The principal aim of the
association was stated to be from time to
tune to issue genuine works of art in order to
cherish and foster among the middle and
lower elasses that love of real engravings
whifJh they so much priise. It was further
stated that It was earnestly hoped that the
eystoai would entirely supersede the spurious
imitation of engravings.
The advertisement generally filled a col
umn, and informed the public that the asso
ciation having the exclusive right would,
previous to destroying the plate, issue at the
cost of production a limited number of genu
ine copyright engravings from the original
bteel plate of such and such celebrated pict
ures. Ttren followed a very elaborate de
ncriptjpn of the picture, and the very import
ant coupon with full instructions that it
should be cut out and sent with a i*stofDo«
order for various sums, as the caj* might be,
accompanied with full address to secure safe
delivery, for which special arrangements had
beep made for its transmission free of charge.
At the end it was stated that the usual retail
price of the engraving was about fceu times
that asked by the fine Art association.
Under these uuspir^s England was flooded
with copies of well known paiutir»gs by oele
bra ted artists.
As many y«ars have now elapsed it will be
no breach of confidence to state that these
prints, for that is rthat they amounted to,
were obtained wholesale from a gentleman of
the Hebrew j^i-suasion. He had in his pos
session the old and Wfll worn plates of the
original engravings, and was w11 satisfied
with his part of the contract, which was to
supply the Fine Art association with copies at
three ceuts apiece. The aesocuiUon retailed
then) at an average of thirty cents, and, cal
culating all expenses, had a prolit of twenty
five cents on every copy sold. The harvest
lasted for about three months and netted
over one hunored thousand dollars, which
was divided amongst the partners. As was
only to be expected, severe competition set
in, the coujxrn system being extended to a
variety of uses, so, well sutfsfied with the re
sults, the Fine Art association retired from
business. —Philadelphia Saturday Review.
The Age of Man.
1
Many foremost scientists have declared
that the natural term of life of every animal
is five tkues the time required for the full
growth of its skeleton. In man this occur*,
the bones ceasing to grow and becoming
united at their ends to the Finall terminal
epiphyses in his 21st year. The duration
indicated by nature, then, as properly that of
the lif nan would be 10,1 years or, as
figure. Professor Owen, ltti years and
a few mouths. A French writer, forcibly
and probably with scientific truth, says
"Men do not usually die they kill them
firfves." Hufeiand thought it to be In man's
power to live to 'J00, and Haller to loO. As a
matter of fact, however, ceutenarianism is
vsry rare.—lios'-on Herald.
A- citizen ot Addison, Ms., has the remains
of an ancient walrus that was washed out of
la clay bank near his home. The bones were
at least fifteen feet underground, showing
(that the animal must have died many years
Ago, and that thej walrus once inhabited th*
Value coast.
1'rotetliug the Gla»*.
A report-i for Tae Chicago Journal mea
an incideut which will profiably explain
to many reader* the tiMcauiiig of s-omething
they Lave prut«Uy laaoy times seen withjut
ever tLinking a-k for an explanation,
'i Wbik passing ai ug Deari.^ru street yes
terday I saw a crowd watching the placing
iu p-jMti'-n of j:i e enormous panes of gla«
My look of amazement i.»ui ti-.-» p: oropted
him to further explanation, for he sail: "You
see tae workmen a: jr. i a niw l»'J'.lding get
in the caste."! -.f -i. 'Viug InmVr. ete.,
through the open sa_-h lief ore the pat
in. They would efmtinue to do it even after
the glass'H in if we didn't do something
attract their attention. That's th" rea»^ i
you always see new windows daubed with
glaring white marks. Even if a careless
workman does start to saove a stick of ,mier
through a costly plate of glass, h- w.U stop
short when his eye catches the danger sign.
That white ma1"'-' is just a =2gnal which says:
-Lookout. '. break me if i
i careful.'"
£mbarraminc.
I'hildren Rometirrn- tell tb" at tin
ht inopj'jrtuue m- uifnS, ::iu the dis
comf'-rt ^f th*-ir '-i'lers. wr.tes a correspond
ent, w uu relates mat a la-ly of her acquant
ance, wbow home was charmingly man»ge«l,
had two roguish, irn-j-r'-ssiblf b.ys,
»n. afr-riK- n tr, lady hail company. She
was particularly anxious to proiiuce a favor
able impression an t'X'k great pains for thts
purpose. Hbe prepar^l an eiab-vrate supper.
The guests and family were iratfcered aVu:
the tea table, when oiof the beys Kjrj-ri«id
bis mother by exclaiming during a lull in th«
conversation, "Tell you what, ma, we don't
have such a supper *s this very often, do wef
There was a momentary pause toe hcs«es»
blushei, and then said with a langc "J*o.
Johnnie, this is a company supper." Tb*
reply and the little laugh prevented any feet
lug of awkwardness.
After supper the company ret."~re»i to the
parlor, where the lamps were ar^d
here that artless boy fired another s£i4 at na
mother's weak armor.
"Oh. ma!'' he cried.''ycu'Te borrowed Aunt
Sally's new lamps, aint yoxsT
1
You s-je that the British public imagine#
that it it food of art and pictures. and ali that
mir* of vtnug, and tune-tenths don't kuuw a
print from an engraving. Now I prop***: to
sell I-Aiwivjer's and Wiikie's and works by
other popular painters. However, a bait is
wanted to make tl»em bite. I therefore in
tend to isis-ue a coupon, which w ill look in
tensely important, redeemable within a cer
tain date, ent!th[ the sender to the lywfit
of getting what i choose toca.i an engraving,
and which on the face of it appears to be a
marvel of chaapness. The idea is original,
aud it's li'jt. I don't know whether it came
to me in an apocalyptic 3ream or whether I
orsrbeanl somebody talking about something
of the same nature. If any of you can raise
a hundred pound# it will be enough, as I can
make arrangements «lth a friendly adver
tising agent to do the needful in that dirsc
tion, which wiii be the principal outlay."
If ariuj}'ed, the mother no»t betray it:
but making a smiling ^r :^aoe to ber guests,
shtjsaid. "It's o use iry.ag to ebiae i» bor
rowed ploiuot witii my boy*."—Youtc'sCom
paiii'.»n.
Embrr» Genlose*.
Yoonz inventors have beooeae about as nu
merous as j«oet» of l^te. This i» an aspiring
age, and money figures very largely iu the
day dree-as of our youth. So much has been
said about the incomer of Edison and other
great inventors that young persons of tal
ent no longer relieve their overburdened
minds by driveling verse or reciting copious
extracts from Shakespeare's "Hamlet" or
"Richard III," but they have begun to peter
along with electricity, or tinker with metals,
or .- ndeavor to penetrate the s-crct of i»er
petual motion, or to accomplish some other
wild and altogether absurd and iinix«sible
thing. You have no idea how many embryo
geniuses there are flitting about the streets,
or weariiv measuring cloth, or weighing but
ter for the modest stipend of from to
per week.—fcL. Louis Glolie-Democrat.
A I)fally Serpent.
There is In India a little serpent, only a
few inchos long, called whys carinata, which
is so horribly venomous that its bit is capa
bls of causing death in two or three seconds.
Not a single case is known of recovery from
the bite of eeliys. where the snake has struck
its victim on the bare flesh, without any fab
ric intervening but in most instances tiie
miflferer has been paralysed with intense ag
ony almost instantaneously, the blood ha»
coagulatwi in the veins and a spasm of ths
heart lias terminated the existence almost
before any remedy could be even attempted.
—Edgar L. Wakeman in Pittsburg Dispatch.
Too Cheap.
"Papa," cried a little 7-year-old, "I want
some money to get"
"Don't go any further,* he interrupted,
throwing down a coin.
Tiie child came slowly up to him, after
pocketing the money, and barely touched his
cheei£ with a kiss,
"Humph," ejaculated the parsnt, "from]
the kiss you give I should judge that you
don't appreciate it very much,"
She caught hold of his hands, and looking i
Fquarely into his eyes, solemnly said:
"Do you expect a ten dollar kiss for fifty
cents?'—Atlanta Constitution. i
Casting Hands In Itoston.
If anv oue in Boston will take the trouble
to step into the modeling shop of Paul A.
Uare.», on Province court, lie will see a wil
derness of iiands in plaster suspended from
tlv walls and ceilings. The casta are of all
sizes, from the tiny hand of a baby, the deli
cate, slender hand of the young girl, tho
fuller, stronger hand of the mature woman,
to tiie powerful, muscular band of the man.
They are a curious and interesting sight.
Now and then there is a dainty foot and
ankle and sometimes a finely formed arm ap
pears.—Boston Advertiser.
A Shell of Silver.
The most striking feature trf the big Lenox
Lyceum is the sounding board that rises fro#»
the stage. When the many electric lights are
turned on their reflections upon it prduce a
brilliancy that is almost glaring, and at first
positively painful to the eye. One appears to
be staring into a sh«ll of gleaming silver
streaked with gold. This sounding board is
niadf of solid aluminum, a metal which sotus
years ago would have been considered too ex
pensive to be used in any such quantity.
New York Bun.
A Watch for the liltnd.
The Swiss watchmakers have invented a
watch for the blind. A small peg is set in the
middle of each figure. When the hour hand
is moving towards a given hour the {ieg for i jjiiXT
that hour drops. The owner, when he wants
to know the time, finds which peg is down,
and then 'counts back to 12.—8t. Louis R«
public.
An Astronomical Fellas. I
A man of Morgan county, O., has a cat
which is known by the neighbors
as the "solar
spectrum."' From the tip of its tail to the
lend of its no«e thern are distributed nil the
colors of the minViw. Its nose shine? like a
i carbuncle, and there are several shades of
viokt on the fore legs.—Chicago Herald.
Some Chole*.
"Ill pay you in time."
"Thanks, but that kind of money wont pay
my rent or cloth* my children. TU take it ia
cash."—Epoch.
:E!-.
Milbank Drav I.
Moi.ijg Pianos, Org»L!
1
In a Lands'ime new building. I ue glass was
the L»* French plate, and the w vrikUaeii nan
died it a.- cer-fuiiy as if it were vroith S'.xae
thing iia tljaa a week's wages. Tne t«i£
if p.::it in place wa, u .v:»iier c»jia
plele.1 tha/i one of the w-.rkmen grajix-i a
]»otf vri«:t.rg anJ with a big brush dauued i
a lot of mean.ngle» marks ou it.
1 tbougtit it about its i-'.jly a tiling as a man
couid do, and writ-. usual curiosity a
reforter, atked reman w y s..
low«sl it.
"Why," said he, "w» have to mark Uiwua
that way or they'd be Mna.«h*d i:. u t.a.e."
Prompt Attention.
office ::i i
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V
ABU' )[ILBA .i
A'A.
u t"iiiitiiny.
Phper llaiiginL*. f.:
everythins.' of ihie sort, neatly ,•
prou^o? ,y ui rt-fiu'.ar jir.re.-
Abstracts
of
Title.
iteal Estate in «?r irr i-.r:
promptly turriishe,. .: -.-ai rat«*«.
'A MAl'.TENS.
Iie i i e o e i i n n k
1
1
HENRY SCHAFER'S
MEAT
MARKET!
Ca»L i for Hide}- tr. i C-itt'e.
attention pai
S
A U 5 A
E
:o
Photographers,
Babies Pictures taken Instanta-I
neously.
or At OrtonviH© Monday and Tuesday
fit each week. Gallery here opten all the!
week.
NEW BLAGKSiVIITH SHOP
Open for Business
special attention given lo Iloree Shoeing
ami Plow Repairing
o
HI!
k o n e on '-rt nn(i .•
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
E U S S E e
Fourth Avouuc North of M. K. Church.
JONES & KNAPP
FARM & CITY
REAL ESTATE
IHSURA.HCE,
Collections
AND
CONVEYANCING.
FIRE
HAIL
and LIFE
CE
CO.
Richard Mart ell,
Milbank, South Dakota.
8.8. L«IM
Attorney at Law
COLLECTIONS
Vpril, ltfl*». all ihe whw! l.u,d
»univ wtil IK? Iea««fd at pul
.id It
Ufs
Ui.
•itiii4:
wiii
Ih.'ty
VI1.
A K I N
T. PLOTNER
iltirat JJjarlvtL
Dried, Fresh and»Salf Meat-
'. a*hHighe»t Prif-e P,ii.\f-.r Ilitlrt
and Cattle
PresL and Salt Fish, Game an Poultry
in their season.
(i .• tirt Ht ltai.k. :n th
Tate of u, Il ikota,
-\*t A in! vnu arc "urti
in
•lie
IK*
:-is
\T I.,' W
Kaiigt
O. II. 1"
:mc:
KrtT
S D!
.0 I'Uf
Miiiiiif-.'i in.puii of ^to^atcr M.i:i,i
a« n."r: a::.i iied in the ntVco- of
1 of l»eec.» of lie- county of Uratit. 'I ernt-iry
i IlakoTn, now Mfitc of sninh I'skotK, on tiie 11".
tlay of 'ctohcr A 1», 1»H. at o clock A M.
Ai.'i -.ifn-ri ti aiiio,,!, .ainu i! to he iiu- i
u, the HHiehteOriefS secured fy s«i(! wnrtL*a»:«
l,e riate 'f ih.s i.i.jtc- s 'i wn" Thou-ainl liu''.
ili.c lloi'ars iiiid T\w-r:ty-!l\e ctit* ^$^."31
And whereas, by reason of sueh ftefsuit
Of
to the higi:i-ft bidder, at ih" I I I ri| 1 I 1
heM between tii-
•I^iiii.' wui Ik* lieli between tii
if In u'ciiH-k a. i-.i. and n'cloci.
.«.-!» day till all fuels of hoc
i«.en nrfcrcd for Kaci
id'ier whose bill is accepted, mut a'
let* dep".-:l the atnouiit id his bi'i ^itl
ie i'o'iiu* Treiistirer. taking nis n-ceipt
u»re!,.r. "if the ie.w is nd approved
v the tiovt-rti-'r th? nnnt*y will re
:rned. Ti.o followinj the li-d of
•}."ol !nn.!ti in an! f'linty to oflered:
•e.-tioiis 1''tit.u Towtiships lib. 119,
••vtf, n
.t Mul-i
iv
«,f .r HI.
-.it'*' rl'u at
it i Miibaiik, ni:th UakiitH, wtt
v(i siter the »-n ice o? ihif *umtu»
lay
«o fat! to »t »*fr sai'l "inpiHitit with:u the tilti-
r-f'i..i. t!." i. i:ti".e.-* ui.l tske j-.i'iiivnu-nt
ai.'H-n-'l i n f..r the stun oftwu hmnln.ii HM1
t!:r:\ ,-n ii. »r- ni.ii i
1
Minn of1
lraon
ti j.i.!-' am t'
ff.. of Hon .!
ah:ch "M*-r wa
1*^0 stii
Orant
i ha-
I order of sa.il liion^a^fi-. taio-u p«.-rse»«iou
i the personal property described therein town:
One Minnesota «'hief 30 inch cylinder Sepera*'
No 1»»M4 complete wita ail beds ami sesve a ,,:
i oth'-r attiu-hiii-i.Ts, o K-)ur hei i .Mount-"!
mpit-'te wsih Mil i»*eej)«, iifV'«.
liorst ow
1 etsv-r.i'is,
MILBANK, DAKOTA MKloOu-r
Good work zuaritnteod. Knlar^euient il'iit.e"rTitVh,.'
in Crayon, India Iok and Wator Colors a i ami »i'|ia:-»t
spoi'iulty. A tine lino ot Albums and S
Pii'tute Frames. i
tiitn
MI.
1,11s, TL
•ll to:
Htjo, liiuie-ci
A ij'i-: H- -:i!in
oMiecfi.u K:
irrei water tai.
I forihei
lo-
Hn„Ut l'.ay
I, Wel
roiiit Dusi',' the j.r-:-eity
tne «ti ui i* hetrtf of tic pre|er
ib-Si rii .!i sain mrt):at(i atiil
\V h- reas. the uaturi.' of ttif defati't nfore«ftu,
a failure to pay thn indebtedae*-* cectired t,y ?•,
•M..rti:uge a pari of whtth n» pa«t due wher
caid Mortjrace becomes operatne and n f..
f.-rce, unit whereas tie said Mntuesots Tha-r.'i
Mai.itfa't s. i i.-1 'i-ii-j 'itiv Ui'.-owijcr i.
I.-, .:,
MorigK^-.
Notice is hereby ii. that by virtue
power in sun! rhnUc! Montane contain
in titirsuatice of the statute in -tub c»n in.-.
ni.d rovidi —-i:.\ mi-r'jap--" w i for--"iof-i i
the sheriff or his put of san! t«rant om,ty,
1 T^i 1 1 Dated at Kevijiu, isoutti ijaKoia,
General Blacksmithine, "f YV^loNk
II.K. JONES,
AIOHTUAC.iB
of:
"1
1
the -nic at the front door of Uie pnet offii-e t»
lit itre of HeviKo, in ssid raiit utiiHy
SHturilay the vsiuil day of March IStio, nt i
o'cl«ck p. in. at public suction to the ionh
n!di f"i i ai-h of th,-satd p*.r--i.ui pmpi-r'.j
•--I mu' ti tht-re-.f h- inay be i: re-tsary to pay tio
debt secured by said Mortgage and inlereet an
reasonable i-xpenscs.
Dated at Kevillo, SuUth Dakota, this l"th ilai
ieP.«y«,f
t^ra:.
Att y. of Morteaitsc
SALE
[First publication Mnrtli Tib, l-i
Whereas, default bus bet n made u th* condt-
Hon* of a luorttrai-'e colitaiuiug power of sale,
which has eii
amy
recorded, given bv Carrie
Hanson and John K. ilansn iht-r husband.)
MortKBiiors, to Anders 1* Liiidotiint, Mortiihkree,
dated October'ird 1—and inortgaKt^g Lot Five
if,) and the East Half of I,ot Four in Hiock
Twenty-One r-'l in the lirs-t Addition to Milbank
Junction,in Trant County South Dakota
Mortixsee was recorded
in
the H-'^-iry of Deed*
1 of said Grant County, on the !ird dav or itctoii.
1.S8X, at 11 :T*) n'cioek A M. in Bonk 11, of Mort
I gll^l-s, ..'U Pa^e lmi.
I Deiauit has been made in the payment of the
principal and interest secured by said mortgage,
and the power of sale has become operatbv, and
nc action or proceeding has been instituted at
law to recover the debt thereby secured, or any
part thereof. There is cluimed to be due on toud
Mortgage at this date the sum of One Hundred
and F'-rtv-Two dollars aud Seventy-One cents
fJMvi.Tl I
i sotice is hereby eiven thatflftid Mortcaee will
be foreclosed by i-ali- nf -i.'d premises at public
auction by the sher-.il of ^iid county, on Monday
the 21st day of April l^it, atlo o'clock A .V ., n't
th-- front door of tie- Court House in said county,
to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fee, and dis
bursements allowed by law.
Dated March 3rd., 1W*.
ANDERS P. LIHT^I-IST,
Mortgagee.
g.
C.
Tns*t, Attorney for Mortgagee.
MILWAUKEE,
Stp&UL
Fast Mail Line with ve?tibuled trains oe
tween Cliic&go, Milwauke, 8t. Paul and
Minneapolis. I
Trans-Continent route between Chicago, i
Omaha, Council Bluffs and the Pacific
coast.
Qreajt National lloute between Chicago,
Kansas Citv and St. Joseph, Mo.
5,700 Miles of Road reachir ail pi incipal
points in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota
lawn, Missouri and Dakota.
For maps, timetables, rates of passage
and lreight, etc. apnly to the nearest sta­
tion agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway, or to any railroad
fluent anywhere in the World.
Ro*WELL MII.LEH, A.V.H.CARPENTER
Oeneral Manager. Gen.Pass &. Tkt.Ag
t»*For information iu reterence to
Lands and Towns owned by the Chicago
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company
write to H. G. llaugan, Laud Commis
ionerMilwaukte, Wisconsin.
THK M1LBANK JEWl'.I.Ry
W (il)'lii's. I. liifb, Ji'Wi'ln
1!. WOODWARD.
,\V. b\ RUST, Manager.
iWAT IE3I
Acorn Stoves,
Garland StovcsJj
Acorn Rinses,]
Smooth Wire,
btucc o.
Feed Mills,
Iron Pumps
Buggies,
with
"t li»-re»u at th-- rau- u( t« ii pT cent per
v.biinj from the e-Mh'lay of .lune besnl'
mi* klJ lntiitK of this acuon, anu to.
••.•.tortin)' s fee uf fifty Uoiisrs.
Hti\ A
Plnitilill' Attorijcy.
Miibatik tirant t'o Kotith l)«kora,
1 o .1 teveijKn. the shove named defendant
Take Notice-- 'I tint the t: mpiastii u, tills
v.-in fl..-o :ti tiie III:K- I.: il.i- Tk of the t'sr. i
raiit, in tl.
the ill,, of Febniarj
ijotiti' il tiiat the aho•
upon you hv pi i.
rnif of ui, order to thn'
w ». u4 ire of s»t
id co
:i r'
l!v of Febrnar
of sau'l t:ierk of as.
ti And
Uate,! i:,
the offici­
i:,e ".'l#t day of KehniKrv 1W.
HloS A lllllViK.
I'is nuti's AU. ri.i'y
Wh.
ess, default has been n, -. the cotti'.i
a ci-ftaiii Chattel Mortg iriBg .date
if Septemher 1W, uled snd rie.
K. Ki'riniau m.d .eo. VV Kr
i to i'tie MtnneK.iia Thr-'sii
""I'lCCWMor i I \V()(i
Wood Bros,
S
Farm Machinery, Lumb^
Hardwood Lumber,!
Garland Ranees
Road Carts,
Gasoline Stoves,
Mouldings.
Jlrl'tuniirk llaivcstcr, liimliTs audi
THE I )Li RE CULT1 VAT
Combined Seeders and D:'""4
Boss Harrows, Gang Pit--
Fanning Mills, Corn
Wind Mills, Wagons Wood Pu::~
r™"TT": ""x Arinteuden
w i i n k s
iBtant bupe
ruction—C
Gilpin Sulky Plows
FENCE POSTS.
AT COS1
—Everything in the
Mats, Caps, and Underwear.
n e Good
Clothing, Overcoats Etc.,
Departments full and complett^sw*
Goods carried over from last Pltng^Hi
sold Regardlpss of Cost
Erlandson & Johnso
S FARLEY,
AEDWiLEE
Have always in stock a full line of the old standard and ti»*
Gold Coin and the Peninsulari:
Cook & Heating Stov??
IW GUARANTEED to be up to^TAA'DARD with any stove intb*
The Cedar Rapids Wood Pump, Brass Valvf -j
with which the pump enn never leak it* priming. Theee pump®ire^
teed to give the best satisfaction. A full line of
USOIT
Prices
They are prepared to do all kinds of job work such as repairing
or anything in the hardware line. They carry a fu'l LINE OF
WARE. With such lines as mentioned above, and are going to
that are
Bound
iRfl
ULD VOL. Hi
«TANCK VOL.
ADVRU1
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o
Gasoline Stoves,
Barbed Wire
Feed Cutter,
eslsten cents
s foresChBttbst
RAILROAI
*nc Table U.
St.
.doing West,
rive. Depar
'u a m— 3«'25a
Act
ig West.
u a n
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wi
i omtnodstion 1
arrives fron
idajr. Wedues
SK.VP0I.IS
RK
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taw
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Wei
os K«t daily.,
ht Tdesdsy,
POLITIC
Pit
retaryofSti
rft Auditor
Treasure
T. Free, Y
u
.irney Oen^
.nd.
iimissioner
nd»—O.
sc
jiding Ju.
prson, Firs
tid
Distrk
»rlain.
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k ol Supre
a
A Ufcrcui
kton.
and CifOB
nnton.
Y rd Circuit
I iinfi"'"rookipgg.
rth Oiroui
ikinton.
Ji Circuit
!rd»en.
di Circuit
vdle.
.enth Ciroi
lad City,
jlh. Circui
dwod.
luiiwioDC
ttgerty,, A
lie £xai
hell,
eriuaijf
chell.
Iroad Cc
•on, Chaii
A. D.G
Robiceo
ted Stat*
million,
veyor Ge
ted $tat
,dwood, i
resentat
of Can
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in
•tor 31
.ilbank.
reseutai
ink. V
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itor—Jol
lister ot I
aty and
surer—J
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ntjr Bur
JoatfM
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to
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