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MILWAUKEE & ST. PAIII. RAIUY* I
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GOING NORTH.
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SUMBEAWS
Warner h** a dude.
Stoves cheap as ever ai Hubt*jnii *
Bufalo coats at Bidineai A Bueeby’s.
Paint® and oil cheap as dirt at Hnfcbavd s
Mrs. J W. Porter is seriously ill fiom a
■elapse of tyt*hcad fever.
p tpt ssia.7sL.rd would };ke to purchase &
aeoond-haud act cf double harness.
C. W. S»aAjrd vifio-ed hie farm last
xveek. returning’ <MS Monday v:a Aberdeen.
Hubbard ha® a loi of that N«s ponder
I .comkig
| D. H. Evans of Cambria, Minn.. vr:ll
viait Warner next week with a view to
Jiff.
Hubbard has a one stock of pxket
knives and does not ask much for then.
either.
Several young ladies and gvc.ts wenl to
lAberioea WrHine>iiay ever..' { ■•r..'
pate in a social hop.
Arthur Kicget-»n has his granary, the
finest iu this secli'»ii of th& country, con**
plated and filled with wheat
Miss Jennie Waoi and Miss Nellie
Allen returned V> their homes in Necedali,
Wi®., on Friday ot last week
IL .A. Hubbard is building an addition
to his hardwire store. Increased bufti
j pesi
N. I. Gilbert has received his stock, of
winter goods and is disposing of them at
prices that will astonish you.
Wheat came in lively on Thursday.
Mr. Hubhard purchased 700 bushels and
R gave collateral for 90) bushels.
N. I. Gilbert has erected a street lamp
in front of his store, which lends quite a
metropolitan air to the vicinity.
E. E. Champlain and George 0 Sherwin
visited Frederick this week, departing on
Wednesday and returning to-day.
George Harrison disposed of his claim
last week and on Wednesday departed for
Necedah, Wis., to spend the winter.
John Thompson, who has been ill for a
couple of weeks past, is rapidly recover
ing and expects to be alioqt in a few days.
Good bags at 22 cents it Hubbard's.
Michael Elliot moved his residence this
week from the southwest quarter of sec
tion six to his homestead on the northwest
Of eight.
N, St. Germaine is expected home in a
few days, the cranberry crop in Wiscon
sin having been pqi an end to hy recent
heavy rains.
Potato hooks and forks for sale at
Hubbard's.
Adolph Lupient, who holds a claim four
milea southwest of town, has gone to
Aberdeen with the intention of engaging
in the hotel business.
Job® L. borrow is the man who makes
Rudolph a town. He conducts his hotel
and general store in a manner highly
satisfactory to the public.
Go pay Hubbard what you owe him; he
needs the money,
Messrs. Kennedy and Dawes propose
111 starting next week on a buffalo hunt, it
being their intention to travel until they
find game, if it takes all winter.
M *
Byron Drake of Edmore, Mich., re
turned home on Friday of last week. He
couldn't stand the healthy climate and
U| longed for an attack of genuine old Mich-
Igsn ague.
P
Bidtness & Huseby have on hand and
are daily replenishing a full stock of
winter goods of every description, Call
and be convinced that they undersell ail
competitors,
If you want anything in the hardware
line go and see Hubbard and save money
John Poster is building a sidewalk in
front of his popular hotel and otherwise
improving its external and internal ap
pearance. He’s bound to make the boys
comfortable this winter.
O. A. Swanson has finished threshing
fgfo* B wheat crop and is in every way satis
fied with the yield, the grain weighing
sixty pounds to the bushel. The granary
which be recently completed is packed to
up" the roof.

Plaster your house and buy the lime
and hair of Hubbard,
iH&ftf; Davis of Edmunds county, who
accidentally shot himself in the leg while
cleaning a revolver that wasn’t loaded,
baa nearly recovered from his wound!
The ball entered at the grion and lodged
near the knee.
ES In Aberdeen they hare no enlnboose.
Lai-.t week a man got under the influence
in that festive burg and the marshal
handcuffed the offender around a Ule
njj|graph pole, where he renamed until he
teame M) *:r enough to ap{*» r before a
HnjlpMtrate.
Window glass kept at Hubbard's.
TJme. hair ami cement sold by Hubbard
Hubbard sells the L*st white brick made
A number of friends assembled ai tne
residence of Mrs, Farr on Wednesday
evening to spend a few hours iu social
enjoyment and bid good bye to the csiim
able hostess, who left for the east Thurs
day morning to enjoy a vacation before
--i—— v in Aberdeen
CCniUlfUVi*jg —*--jr'iHg vj-v
in November.
Hubbard sella pumps at manufacture'’ B
prices,
What the sistersayoth ihe little brother
giveth away; sometimes liefore a crowd
m & grocery stoiv, to tiio intense dlscuni
forture of the principal parties. A case
of this kind occurred in Warner last week
and almost deprived one of our business
men of a prospective bmther-in-lav
singer sewing machines, drop Naf and
iwj vii*awcrs, for $-0 ax Hublaixi s
A genuine specimen of the genus tramp
was counting ties on the Northwestern
wpviif* Warner on Tuesday even
ing. One ot our tkrme.s who gave the
pilgrim a ride for a couple of miles sized
up his wearing apparel a." follows: An old
hard hat. no shirt, an antique long-tailed
coal, two buttons, several pieces of coni,
a prdr of overalls, one NvU ami one shoe.
His trampahip said his destination va>
Huron, and when last seen he was mak
ing a l-ee line lor a neighboring straw
slack. Those who saw the apiration sup
posed it to be either a capital commis
sioner or a “busted'’ Bismarck speculator
fleeing to Huron to open a land office.
Tubular lanterns at Hubbard’s are
only ninety cents.
Messrs. Kennedy, Green and Moran
returned fi-om their pilgrimage to the
Missouri on Saturday, after enjoying a
very pleasant trip They left equipped
mill a wagon, tent, previsions, etc , and
travelled w*st until they reached Duck
Lake, where they found abundance of
ducks and hunted to their hearts’ con
tent. Leaving there some facetous mem
ber of the party put a tire brand in the
wagon and after travelling about ten
miles the smoke attracted their attention
to tne fact that Green’s overcoat was be
ing converted into a bonfire. This was
soon extinguished and the party ambled
along the county line to Swan Lake, l>e
fore reaching vyhich they travelled a dis
tance of fifty miles without finding a well.
Between there and the party shot
numerous prairie dogs, an occasional
wolf, but no game. They found Lefleau
to tie quite a town, the principal busjness
being, in their opinion, saloou keeping.
There they remained for a day and two
nights before taking the home trail, on
which alxmt similar incidents to the out
ward trip were encountered. Uncharged
that one of the jiarty tried to ‘♦mash” the
female aborigines rather more than be
coming to a married man, but this may be
mere conjecture. They say many squat
ters in Edmunds county haul water a
distance of four miles, but where wells
are sunk abnndance of good water is
found. They thought the land coro[»ared
unfavorably with Brown county.
Well wheels and buckets for sale at
Hubbard’s.
Thb Mark rts. —Wheat, No.l, 75c j flour,
$ cwt. $3 50} feed, $1.50; salt pork $1
lb, 10c { hams, 15c; lard, 15c; butter, £oc
cheese, 15c; eggs, 20c.
Soldiers, Attention!
All old soldiers in Warner and vicinity
are requested to meet at the school house
in Warner on Saturday evening, October
6th, at 7 o’clock, to consider the advisa
bility ot organizing a post of the G. A. R.
Estray Notice,
Came into and strayed upon the prem
ises of the subscriber, where he now re
side*, in section 13, township 121, range
63 west, in Brown county, D. T., ou the
10th day of September, 1883, one dark
bay or bright brown horse about eight
years old, weighing about 950 pounds and
sweeneyed in right shoulder. The owner
of said animal is hereby requested to call
and prove property and pay charges and
take the game away.
Hhkuy H. Slack.
Dated September 24th, 1883.
Dakota Newsities.
The Dakota school for deaf mutes at
Sioux Falls has reopened.
It is estimated thst Dakota contains from
Wisconsin alone 35,000 people.
An arteaoan well company with a capital
stock of $75,000, has formed at Bismarck.
Mrs. Dan Kirthbride living near Ojata.
Grand Forks Co., gave birth to two girls
and a boy recently.
Augustus H Hurd, Bismack, has obtaoed
a divorce from his wife on the ground of
her being a common scold.
Fan Ik ton, Faulk Co., was enveloped by
praine fires last week, but the rein of
Friday aid Saturday drowned the confla
gratom*.
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There isn’t a field of
£Js**f2?** so white with frozen
an <f stocks as were abundant in the
vicinity of Kv*>ta and St. Paul last week.
I •• 1 ■ I*irffe?■ £ iltV&Jmi^ -
tasks* k " *
The La Moure county commissioners
have recently voted to grant license,
fixing the fee $t ijWW-
Wolves arc killing sheep in Turner
county, and are growing bolder and more
destructive every weak.
A syndicate of Dead wood capitalists
have purchased the St Elmo mine jn the
southern Hills, and will, as soon as jxtssi
ble. erect a big mill on the mine-
Aberdeen is $3,5()0 in debt, and it promi
ses t.i bond the city for $20,000, to clear
this indebtedness, and to build water
works and make other necessary improve
ments.
I i # The use of the tenn
S inr ! ||]r Short Line” in con
l JL Illv • nection with the cor
porate name of a great road conveys an
idea of just what is required by the trav
eling public —a Short Line, Quick 1 ime
and the Best of Accommodations—all of
which are furnished by the greatest rail
way in America,
Chicago,
Milwaukee
and St. Paul
It owns and operates over 4.500 miles
of read in Northern Illinois, Wisconsin,
Minnesota. lowa and Dakota; and as its
mainline, branches and connections reach
aii the great business Centers of the
Northwest and Far West, it naturally an
swers the description of Short Line and
Best Route lxdween
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and
Minneapolis.
Chicago. Milwaukee, LaCrosse and
Winona.
Chicago, Milwaukee, Aberdeen and
Ellendale,
Chicago, Milwaukee, Eau Claire and
Stillwater,
Chicago, Milwaukee, Wausau and
Merrill,
Chicago, Milwaukee, Beaver Dam and
Oshkosh.
Chicago, Milwaukee, Waukesha and
Oconomowoc,
Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison and
Prairie du Chien.
Chicago, Owatonna and Faribault.
Chicago, Beloit, Janesville and Min-
eral Point.
Chicago,Elgin,Rockford and Dubuque
Chicago, (Jliuton, Rock Island and
Cedar Rapids.
Chicago, Council Bluffs and Omaha.
Chicago, Sioux City, Sioux Falls and
Yankton ; Chicago,Milwaukee, Mitch
ell and Chamberlain; Rock Island,
Dubuque, St. Paul and Minneapolis ;
Davenport, Caimar, St, Paul and
Minneapolis.
PULLLMAN SI.RKPHRfi And the FINKST
Dining Cars in tiis World are run on the
main lines of the CHICAGO, MILWAU
KEE t ST. PAUL RAILWAY, and every
attention is paid to passengers by court
eous employes of the company,
S. S. Merrill, A. V. H. Carpenter
Oen’l Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't
J. T. Clark, Gko. H. Hbafford
Gen. Supt, Ass’t Gen, Pass. Ag’t
L C Turner,
Carpenter and Builder
Estimates Furnished on All Classes
of Work.
WAKKHB
JAY JENNINGS,
I DENTIST
fv* - ' SW- T> SSPSN fas Ws> ■■■■•'
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
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And everything pertaining to den
tistry attended to in the very
best manner.
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WAMnm ~ - MSVU |
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Stoves,
WARN Kit
Stafford & Cole,
tfXVR CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A Full and Complete Line of
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
also a large stock of
FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE
Which they are offering to the trade
at the very lowest prices
for cash.
on them lieforc purchas
ing, as quality of goods are guar
anteed and prices as low as anywhere
in the Territory. Don’t forget the
plaoe.
POSTOFFICE, WARNER, OAK.
FOSTER HOUSE
DAKOTA
JOHN FOSTER, PROPR.
EVERYTHING FIRSTCLABB
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WARJfHK - - DAKOTA
l. 4. HBBBAED.
R II W A R
Tinware, Cutlery, Paints,
Brushes, Glass, etc.
lamps AND
lamp FIXTURES.
pRALERJfc
0. A. SWANSON.
BILLIARD HALL
Sample Room
SELLS THE
CELEBRATED
ANCHOR BITTERS
The Choicest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigais Cun-
WARNER
WARNER HOUSE,
A. TANNKIIIUj, PROP’R.”
FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION

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Afforded the travelling public, and
the tables are supplied with
* •••;*» the Best the Market
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Affords.
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WARNER -J * . DAKOTA fl
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Oils.
DAKOTA
ASJ>
AT 70 CENTS
PER BOTTIB
etantly in Stock.
DAKOTA.

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