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THE IlFJtALD-ADVMCE.
Milba^K, B. 0.
W. W. ])O\VNTII:, Editor ii
13 1
1 Pool*
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY,
FRIDAY
\i: MTV
1«01
w
lurry Taylor spent a fev
the eui'iy part of the w
A jstpr ot tin"' Gold fires, arrived the
i .• v ci tin* v.i'fk and is c^mpim: on
Assembly grounds Ui^'tlu w Uh Mr.
iitui Mrn. in. Gold.
A merry hand of pl.-.i-::- -w
piatitiir of Messrs. F, V*. im'tinuM'. D,
Post, G. W. II. B. Crippen,
i)r
Keller and M. 1'. Martens have taken a
trip toward 111o head of the lake expect
ing to eau morn li.-h tliuti their horsey
tan pull.
iiittlo Alfred Dawson has gone to St.
Paul to M»'ii 1 r. few months with his
mint. Miss Emma Fisher.
Henry Fnhmer. Sr., lian sojd his farm
'i\4 miles west of town to Robert Moviua.
Willie Selitdzo of St Paul, spent Sun
day and .Monday with Ids brother KmII
and fricn is in this plac«.
Mr. and Mi .!). W. F« untain ni
i'X."p -t"d back to their oh' home till
week VCV are always ni t«
old friends return.
Mrs. C. W. Martens i ptvsuul visit
ing with her folks, Mr. i• i Mrs. Walsh
ol this place
Since Mis Jennie Ruel! has decided lo
rdum to her home in Xow
Mi~s S -hiricko has consented by request
of those w! v.! go on with their i
aiu-de-d eili •. give instrumental I
innoln |F*4enUci.
TIV1.\ »»()»KS.
TWJX BKOOKH, July '22, 1SD1.
.i!hn Burkhart moved a liotise from
iiorti 'J'm-sday bel"ii^in{ to D. P. Fiev
up to his place in Mitbank.
.7. W. Stymiest has ju-l recei\fd a ca
of alliancc twine.
F. Elders dime museum is hero t,o
niirht, but we did not too the elephant,
who did?
F. li. Hardtng has gono to Minnesota
visiting. Some of tho boys such as J.
W. Stymiest, F. E. Roberts, C'ris Schlan.
(.jrant Woodard and others eyed lue.i
rather suspiciously when he wont.
Mr. Tfeins of Webster, haw charge of
the depot during Mr. Harding's absence.
Friends of A. A. Story from Web
ster have been visiting here for the past
week.
Elder Lyons, of Marshal!, Minn., w'fts
here this week looking alter his business
interests, he has rented ids l'arm for a
term of years and it painting hits house
and fixing up gcnortdly.
H. O. ISreckenridgo of Big Stone is
visiting relatives here this week.
Miss lienors Stoi- hsis taken a position
in Miibank.
W. E. Raymond has a second hand
binder for sale or trade that ho warrants
to work as well as a new one. £75 or
81G" saved on a harvester will buy many
Of-those things you need.
Mr.,Joseph Thomas of Grant Center,
has sold his taiiu to J. W. Stymiest in
cluding crop:?, horses, machinery, &c.
That looka suspicious Jim.
Maxio Wardall is in Twin Brooks
visiting.
General Unpair .Shop.
Wagons, buggies and all kinds of farm
machinery put in order. Second hand
extras for St Paul, McCormick, Minnc
apolis, Buckeye, Deering, Gshorn and
Empire binders. Will buy, sell, or trade
t-e?.ond hand machinery or wagons.
KIMSIUCX.
Last Monday E. Whipple ivceivvd Uie being shown that the "exhibition" was
bad news uf.iiis father's death and started clearly against tlie law said tliat the fight!
for Minnesota to he present at the uneral, ,JUUi not go ou, und when the sports
Tue picnic in I. SarlTs grove last Sat-j indicated that they thought it would go
urday vva-i a success and a jiood crowd
on
assembled to enjoy the occasion. I .«
i and took possession of tho budding.
1. L. Hoherts took hi-- merry go-around Whatever may be the matter with Min
swing to the picnic baturdav. ..
W. F. KAYMOM).
Twin Brooks.
KTOCKltOLiVX.
Mrs. L. B. Wed in who has been sick
for p..me three months is recovering un
der the skillful treatment of Dr. Wang.
She is now aide to walk out doors.
Andrew Eekburg is on the sick list,
lie is alliictcd with consumption.
Wjie
•it in Stockholm is in tino condi
tion and a larger crop will ba harvested
than for many years belore. (.kitting
will be commenced quite generally next
wvek.
Xei i'. r:ren i,- building a frame
J) JU«E.
Nels X. Fon ha? sold his land in sec
tion 2^ to Mr. Fnti'.burg, and has bought
unotl..
nortl.
from John
lii^r 'race.
A
qu-te
nt ot
black
Th
jiro ai
-lion is b'.-i :g taken n: .aiiti
nas b-'on r.iisod ttr the bene
•ixin. w o lust, h.s houo an!
:e OI-. I ho lOlll,
-M,
!«,:• neigiiooi'lM3«v!
!-:y war.nur I he.-.r n-oui th
Fidelity iie-uraiK:
1
o-Hupanv in the mrt
ter -»t i !ie f-vti iv c. P. '11-dnnn and
"'iio i.: :'.!i. wh" wore KUtfeivrs by
1he cyclone. Mr. Ile-.lmnn suffered tin
total destruction ot ids house, JM 1 iiu
taiiuro to ret. ids insurance monev i- a
{severe blow to hitn,
Hujrgios! Buagios!! and Ifo-id carts
cry style at Wood Bum.
Krt,'!'!UN. •''x 1.
Farm e s a e I n 1
:tntJ
i
u le a
nhmbt
i are in li"- ^h-'r-k.
I Early
s ape,
iute wie- !ii.s aii'1
A. K .:f.rdi-
.Uoudaj.
J. W, ri U'llt'H Weht V'. kf.Tt.LA
iV Iriht
Franl: .. p::r In- a
i.orses «.r K r-
The e-:
1
1 1
3alurd .y
picnic g' tat- .vU.l
men re:niilt»»il in a vit^'ory tr the latter.
The scor.- at Mi" onil -f the third inuinif
stood .'{ to'JT iri favor of Jim leans.
Frank .Mohan's s*]ifol clo»td la^t
day alter ii very sti'-.-iv-ixt'id l»«nnof?!.
montlis.
Ed Bl..n li"r 1 at:. nirm-!-.
a very invitinsr lea .i
a'
pienie Saturday last.
L. Baker is sick with the mnmjiii.
Quite a number from Kilborn attf. 1
ed »h" tiance at Marvin lust Satni
niL.i t. They report n «^nod tune.
The Jlall-Fiizsiititvions prize !'n
the middleweight cliampiotv-liip ot the
world and a 611,000 purse, which was to
have taken place at St.. Paul Wodnes:.
night was declared of!. A ileterniii..
effort was made by law-abiding citizt
to stop the ti.slit, but Mayor Smith i
fused to interfere and Governor Merri-.m
was called upon to prevent the mill aiui
governor railed out the militia!
nesota s governor, he c:t:i he cisar.^e-.l
with lacking backbone.
i'or Sale CSicn j»!
One good secontl hand m-e.ver and one
second hand harvester.
if A. B. RANT»A.T.T..
HI
NEW PROCESS GASOLINE STOVES,
iff! V
riaiywdi
STOVES and RANGES.
GASOLINK STOVES,
FENriU W1UF.
STI-'.EL GOODS.
C.ARDFX TOOLS.
WASH ERRS,
CHURNS.
CREAMERY CANS,
DAIRY GOODS,
GUNS,
CUTLERY.
vvanson,
ear wiiii al
road wa„ro»i:-
II
KN
Sic. V s S'i'-o.
W. S. Hill A: l. ia
eommeiT'od prueeedintrsi n^aitiBt the
Alliance ootupany the ctreuil court! ot
thi district, lor the recovery ot
the amount of a lien held by them u
the Alliance buil«lin^ Mien*.---11 n
o'lrre^poudencAlinaenpoiis Journai.
I- I
PAINTS, A1IDEX TOO LS, IK) A ART' -,
:3!--sr-'-v-o
A very dPstrue'i
:i the 22nd «d
Icon. t
-.d from H•
'f Fi U
i'Ul St' ::i
25 tftik- r.tcth
ourO i»«
i i ti) i .'e't'od i
•:i or Mil'.\
Mar'j-'i'Ue I
... when it-lii'
meeting at
Paul aueiu-
Wood Lin­
hoieest i^aalit
in stuck. 1
j-ii 1 !.:i
OHN L. LOCKIIA
V. \h
FA EC IE A1SO CITY
Estiito Matters, Iritura:
'.actions and t'oavt-yun'.'.'
1®v-'"U
Attended to
F. IIR.WN,
R.
REAL I'.STATi-: A.\"I LOANS,
fMhl'liANCE A5D L-OIJ.F.CTIOXS.
i-'iMortgage Loans on Ileal Kshitetui
Chattel Security ut Lowest kales
Taxes Paid tor Non-residents. Lands tor Suit
M1L1JA.NK, S. 1.).
Dealers in
BIRD CAGES. MILWAUKEE FLOWER PUTS,
Bl «^JiES, LUMBER WAHONS, CORN
JOHN DEERE PI.OWS AND
ROAD CARTS.
BUGLILES,
WAGONS,
JOHN DEERE PLOWS.
.H)H\ J)I:ERE CULT I VATORS,
W(K)i) AND 1 RON PUMPS
MCCOKM ITJIV A RVESTEUS,
HINDERS AND MOWERS,
HOLLI NGSWoRTll RARES,
THOMAS RAKES.
."Tcrr»r
Loan i-p.
ofTen d.
Grant fur'y
Parties ilesirin
^varyti:
St
da­
le nnotlier
nicies atul
1' -ietor oi
iibaiisk
it Moats
Fresh iva\
ITATE FAdM
INSUUAXt
•d. City I
()ii!cc
AND
!.
Huugiit i
at Co'lVt I
A •.
PLANTERS,
CULTIVATORS
ll^U
sami,
DOORS.
1' LINI )S,
MOULDINCS,
BITLDNO PAPER,
HRiCK
Li ME,
ENT. etc.
PLASTER PA 11IS,
PLASTERING HAIR
FENCE 'O^'l'S.
,11 Uff i
rmsj and at
to borrow money
call at once.
3
dle
3?*i2rsl: come ZET'iirsst Served.
UEORtiE CLA11K, Mtiim-er
terms inn e, i i»
ii.forest ta
Collections
Gi
i &
111 "UU
is s
'W*
ti L4 i & a
f!
fj Jd
Will be sold at Cost, and a I
assortment of Broken Suits
be sold REGARDLESS OF CO
as is tliQ is ta Mr!»Class»[ &
!)3iK AM) SEE FOli YOl'HSELP.
S
40
Li
At Elliot's
Large Spring Stock—Complete!
Every Department!
New Dress Challies 5c.
Standard Prints 5c.
Good Ginghams 5c.
Choice Ginghams. 9c.
Fine New Lace Braid Hats, onlv 25c.
AVall Paper and Choice Carpets at Eq-.:
i Low Prices.
This House is noted for carry
First Qualities at
rices the
THE BANK OF MILBANN
SiROENT & IHUtiS, Unsikers
Does a General Banking Business,
Sells Exchange ou Eastern
Foreign Countries.
Specialty.
Remittances Promptly Made.
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p(ed!
|1 sell ftt
prices-
ID.-iketft
Maeiso
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lit a ires
G. Sti
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lie horse
action©'
k.A.St
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rilh tri
jMinneti
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Itce ere
bn at
bvenitig
the
s«corc
Cities
Fire Insurance.
afl(
Lands for SalB*

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