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"N Counties.1'. Hit \1 \to VJ/ \t/ \U it/ it/ ill \h it/ ifc \i \fc \l/ \ti \kt to it/ \fc it) Vi/ \l/ \fc \t/ \t/ \lt \i) to to to MIMESOTA COUNTIES-PUZZLE^PRIZES Answers From No. 13 to No. 24 Inclusive. No. 13Hennepin. No. 14Lincoln and Wright. No. 15Fillmore. No. 16Chippewa. No. 17Cook. No. 18Goodhue. No. 19 Yellow Medi cine. No. 20Grant. No. 21Crow Wing. No. 22Scott. No. 23Pipe- stone. No. 24Marshall and Le Sueur. The puzzle editor struggled lor four hours Tuesday evening and two hours yesterday forenoon sifting out the answers received. Two of theMamie answers dated at Princeton were cor rect but the writers neglected to sign their names. Bernice Smith, Prince ton, had no answer opposite No. 16, all the rest were correct. One of theStark, brightest of our young friends had No. 21 Martin instead of Crow Wing. Master Lundeen writes from Aurora, Oregon, that he would like to have us extend the time for a week longer as he does not get the Union until Mon day. We can't extend the time, but if he guesses right we will not forget himthis will also apply to Paul Jamkula of Spokane. One little Miss complains because we omitted to state that No. 24 as well as No. 14 included two counties. It was an oversight on our part. But the puzzles speak for themselves No. 2 readrs *'2 Eighty-fou4 of ou young friends failed to give the correct solu tion. Here are the names of those who guessed right: Phillys Prescott, Aurora M. Tay lor, Myrtle Nelson, Mabel Swanson, Fred Wergin, Cora Wergm, David Barthieume, Blanche Murray, Earl Cater, Lawrence Jesmer, Effie Chute, Blanche Smith, Dorothy Dickey, Myra Dickey, Gulnare Stark, Ruth Douglas, Edith Earley, Ruth M. Briggs, Carol Howard, Hazel Robi deau, Gertrude Lamb, Blanche Slater, Alhe Saxon, Nellie Hill, Beryl Slater, Gertrude Orne, Frye Young, Anna Orne, Dell Hill, Hazel Rean, Raymond Barnes, Lester Jes mer, Hazel B. Davis, Edwin Henschel, Thomas Hannay, Roy Groff, Ella Davis, Nora Bryson, Laura McVicar, Evelyn Hedin, Ella Roos, Stillman Oakes, Wanda Zimmerman, Jacob Roos, Ada Smith, Anna Erickson, Florence Salter, Herbert W. Erickson, Lee Slater, Lydia Steinbach, Hilde garde Kalkman, Mabel Meyer, Emma Schwartz, Elsie Schwartz, Clara Schwartz, Annie E. Roadstrom, Myron F. Wallace, Claude Nickerson, Floyd Wallace, Louise Lenertz, Bessie Hill, Robert Dunn Wallace, Audrey Young, Wayne Steadman, Beatrice Young, Paul Farnham, Lily Erickson, Tilhe Hoehn, Hazel Swan son, Carl Bengtson, Harold Chap man, Nettie Patchin, Basel Berry, Florence Rawn, Natt Smith, Alma A. Roos, Elsie Nystedt, Arthur Nystedt, Lee Turner, Bernice Turner, Leila Marshall, Clare Burke, Edna E. Swanson, Ida Noeske, Martha Noeske, Harold W. Hannay, Olga Swanson, Alma Noeske, Myrtle Iliff, Sadie Umberhocker, Helen E. Thomp son, Katie Umbehocker, Joe Trunk, Annie Trunk, Katherine Trunk, Morris Larson, Vego Larson, Pearl Whitney, Leona Warren, Bertha Whitney, Abbie Lunn, Herman Jaenicke, Anna Benson, Sarah Mark, Daisy Mott, Mabel Benson, Victor Palmquist, Augusta Larson, Johnny Brinks, Alice Brinks, Chester E. Kempton, Elverton Kempton, Edith Larson, Elvina Larson, Wallie Berg, Robert Berg, Elvira Larson, Esther Benson, Elma Maihack, Martha Rosin, Emma Rosin, Tillie Pearson, Johnson, Ward Young, Ella McKinney. Olga Carlson, Warner Prescott. Blanche M. Pierson, Marie Van Elsberg, Bennie Stark, Lowell, Maggie Schmidt, John Schmidt, Hughie Mary Schmidt, Irene Hedin, M. Briggs, Conrad Arnhold, 25 Percent Off on all our Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats and Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks. A $5.00 cloak will be sold for $3,75 A $3.00 cloak will be sold for $2.25 An $18.00 cloak will be sold for $13.50 A $12.00 cloak will be sold for $9.00 A $10 cloak with fur collar $7,50 Sample line of girls' cloaks, $5.00 values $2.98 All dress goods to be sold at 15 Percent Off Shoes, rubber goods, sheepskin coats 10 Percent Of 1 t.iq. Clara Ralph Stark, Nellie Phoebe M. Briggs, Pearl McCracken, Mildred Howard, Grace Simpson, Myra M. Applegate, Ernest Nelson, Gertrude Bishop, Dwight La More, Craig Bishop, Mamie La More, Mildred James, Glen S. Ferrell, Ruth B. Ferrell, Isabelle Annon, Amanda Lenz, Esther Sigfridson, Mary Mc Carren, Mina Groff, Grace King, Esther Erickson, Guy Kennedy, Eva Roos, Grace M. Herdliska, Una Fox, Gertrude Smith, Hilfred Peterson. Here are the names of those who were fortunate enough to draw prizes MINNESOTA COUNTIES5 COMBINATION SUITS DAVID PFAEL2ER & CO MAKERS CHICAGO 4f A this week: Ella McKenney, Katie Umbehocker, Edith Larson, Lydia Steinbach and Emma Rosin, and checks will be mailed today. Series Nos. 5 and 6 are given this week. No. 31 includes three counties, No. 32 two counties. PUZZLE EDITOR. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the county board of Mille Lacs county will meet at the house of Carl Sholin, in section 24 of the town of Page, in said county, on Friday, the 20th day of December, 1907, at 2 o'clock p. m. to receive and consider bids and letg contracts for clearing and brushing the uncleared portion of the right of way of the state road described as follows: Begining at the southeast corner of section 31, township 40, range 26, and running thence in a due northerly direction along the section lines to the northeast corner of section 7, in said township and range thence due easterly on the township line to the southeast corner of section 33, township 42, range 26 thence in a due northerly direction along the section lines to the village of Cove, in theg northwest corner of section 22, town ship 42, range 26. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids received. Dated this 4th day of December. 1907. By order of the county board. E. E. WHITNEY, County Auditor. No 27 MINNESOTA COUNTIES6 A ^I&^^^SJfe^^^^sA^^ M/A/A/fSOrA COWTIti 8,ftiAi/im MWHESOTA CO UN rift sx 8&/EIAIMON. Dress Goods MARKS' GREAT BARGAI N STORE THE STORE FOR THE PEOPLE Christmas day is the time Santa Claus selects for most of his gift giving and everyone follows his example. Wise people prepare for the grand time many days ahead. If you want to see Santa Claus in his cap and whiskers, woolen coat and bright stockings, come to Mark's Store, where he will spend several days showing off his new toys, and he loves to have the children come and admire them. He will give you a list from which to choose the presents you want most, and this list should be handed to mother or father with the articles marked. They will see that it reaches Santa Claus in time. We do not believe in giving the benefit to one or two or three customers. We believe that all customers are entitled to the same benefit. From now until after Christmas we will give you a special discount from our low prices. All our $18.00 men's suits to go at All our#$12.00 men's suits to go at All our $10.00 men's suits to go at i ""J w,"". tessa*HiV,!i mm. 2 innlarge Li a Dar lo $13.50 $9.00 $7.50 Misyy 25 dozen men's heavy fleeced underwear, 50c value 39c We guarantee you a saving of 50 percent on Toys and Christmas Goods. Our stock is too large lention all articles. We have everything that is necessary to fit out all members of the family from to mention all articles W have everything that is necessary to fit out all members of the family fj grandfather to the* baby, and we can please your pocketbook. All goods warranted or money back. A. S. MARK, Proprietor Mark's Great Bargain Store Just a Fe Specials in Dr Goods Etc.) For One Week More Commencing Tomorrow. |r But in addition, we wish to impress upon your minds 3 JE that we will meet the prices quoted by any retail com- 3 petitor in the northwest on groceries or anything car- 3 ried in stock by us, quality considered. Our store is full of specials, so far as that is concerned, if specials may be considered higFlanneleto grad goods atat Embroideries in various designs to be sold at per yd. 8c and 5c 3 I CLOAKS 1 In misses' and childrens sizes, latest styles, and fabrics, will be sold at a great reduction while they last. 3 CORSET S A new stock of the American Beauty corsets just received, com- fortable, durable and fashionable. 3 Butterick Patterns These patterns can be relied upon to be always of the latest 3 style. They arrive every few days. r Compare our goods and prices with those of other 3 SEE establishments and you will buy here. 3 I P.L.ROADSTROM1 All our $6.00 men's suits to go at A child's suit, $5.00 value A child's suit, $2.50 value low prices. Outing be sold per yd. 5c 3 assortment, worth double the price, per yd. 38c 3 Ginghams, per yard 8c 3 $4.50 $3.75 $1.88 s. A* A vir. & V**v 1'