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FOWLER O F SUPERIOR WILL
SWEAR THEM OUT.
Superior Board of Trade Man Says He
Will Drive Minnesota Inspectors
from WisconsinCounter Attacks
Upon Hi m Pared the Way for a
Newspaper Damage SuitThe Old
Story of Alleged Discrimination.
peoial to The Journal. '
Superior, Wis. , Dec. S.t-Jomer T. Fow- ri.T ..a T-. O H i * -i- .
lor of the Superior Board of Trade an
nounces that he will force the question, of *:
Minnesota or Wisconsin inspection to an
issue next week. H o says that he will
swear out warrants for the officials of the rlv?
state of Minnesota who are operating and "'
inspecting, wheat in the city of Superior. S J Hauser and will execute several com-
They are using Minnesota inspection, whon
a law exists in this state for Wisconsin ^onel Thorpe has recently finished,a
inspection, and he says that he will see Portrait of David B . Henderson^, former
that it is enforced and that he will drive ,^SlL Sli^l?^ '
. the Minnesota officials out of the state. ^af ye
In a signed statement Fowler says that! "ection
last Wednesday'he started taking grain "'-wjiiter. H e came to-Montana from
from the sample ba*s for the purpose of ^ **- he has been engaged .onJife
tiaving some evidence against the Minne- , ** pictures of "former Governor and Mrs.
sota officials, and that they came back at ^rabee of that state. .."-" .,
him with the charges that he doctored the ^
samples of flax hanging on the outside of ^vpc spoke of former visits to, Montana
the cars, and then bought the fiax at a
lower grade than it really was . H e says Charles Russell, the "Cowboy Artist,'
that this attack was caused by the ju-jPaxton of Butte, and of the landscape
vestigation that will result in the arrest on j paintings of the ca mp of Helena.
Dee.-.15 of the Minnesota grain officials Tw o Classes of Artists. '.
operating here, or .at least, the swearing "There are two classes of portrait paint-
o ut of warrants. I t is admitted by the
persons who made the charges against b
Fowler that they have no proof, they as
serting that, altho they saw him doctoring
samples, they cannot show that he bought
any cars on these doctored samples. The
state of Minnesota has no right here, so ,
it is claimed that nothing can be done. I
Mr. Fowler presents figures in support of j ..'^
his claim that Superior is discriminated
against ln the matter of grain inspection,
th is discrimination being in favor of Du
Mr. Fowler sho ws that there is a differ
ence in the state weights of from hundreds
of pounds^ to-thousands of pounds in favor
r\t +Vit. TnliilVh. litivara fin tno snmo f-nrloarl , , * -,-, _ . ,
speakertrul Thomas Reed.
of the Dulutbuyers on the same carloa d
Mr. Fowler has sued the Dulu th News
Tribune for $25,000 damages for articles
published by it regarding him and his al -
leged "doctoring" of samples, maintaining
that the statements are untrue and that
he has been-greatly damag ed thereby.
HOUSE WAS BURNING
i.a Crosse County Family Almost Per
ish i n the Flames.
XJAT- CROSSE, .WIS.-^-Frank De Garno and
family, residing a few miles north, had a
narrow escape ftom. being burned to death in
their house. When they awoke the house was
a mass of flame* and tbey barely had time
to get'out alive.' The loss is about $1,000.
A. cow owned by. Mrs, G. C. Hixon is suffer
ing from rabies and the state veterinarian has
MINNESOTA ORATORS OF GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS
troths at the-
arians eay it is a rare case. It is thought the
cow was-'bitten by a-mad dog during the sum
Several Indians have been found in an in
toxicated condition in this city and the authori
ties are making an investigation to ascertain
who IS furnishing them with whisky. The law
JR being viola-ted, but the redmen win noCarnegie t
"squeal.'*'"and therefore"the ghilty persons must
be apprehended thru othern
George Holtihammer, the veteral "ice king"
Of Brownsville,1 laid out a road over the
IS IN MONTANA
COL. THORPE HAS COMMISSIONS
AT HELENA AND BUTTE.
He Has Only Recently Finished a
Portrait of "Dave" Henderson,
Former SpeakerThe Two Schools
as Represented by Sargent and
HimselfThe Winter to Sec Much
Argument Among Critics and in
s ia l t o h e Jounl i
mout lik a ma dog . Veterind -
P ^ ^I
SCINTO, N. D.The public schools held an en
tertainment which netted the school library fund
about $75.The blind piggers In this vicinity
have been rounded up and urn out on bonds to
appear before district court. M. Hanson, a
spotter, was before Judge Connors on the charge
of selling Charles Currie a bottle of whisky. He
jilso was bound over.^'ostrnaster W. G. Mitchell
has received his -commission for another four
FARGO. N . D.Clayton I... Worst, son
of "President "Worst of the North Dakota
agricultural college, was married Oct. 8
at WiULston to Miss Emily Kelly of Shells
burg, Wis. Th e engagement had been an
nounced for some time, but the date of
the marriage had not been definitely de -
termined. Miss Kelly was calling on
friends in Williams county and Mr. Worst
was visiting her. They agreed to marry
and kept the affair a secret until last
The bridegroom was connected with
Grigsby's rough riders during the Spanish
war, and is in, charge of the department
of animal husbandry at the agricultural
college. The bride is well known in St .
Paul as an arti st of merit.
I-IIBBING, MINN.Miss Grace C. Puf
fley of Duluth and J . ,-F.-Wilkte, a promi
nent young lawyer of this city, were mar
ried a t St. Luke's parsonage, Rev. R. J .
Mooney performing the ceremony. Miss
Puffley is recently from Harrlsburg, Pa.
They will reside in this city.
why Scott's Emulsion is an
i. It is partly pre-digested
and therefore passes quickly
into the blood*.
2. It imposes no tax upon
the stomach or other digest
3. It does not cause
fermentation such as usually
results, from ordinary food
when the stomach is weak.
4. Its action is mild and
even, insuring the greatest
nourishment with the least
effort. . ,
5. Its quality is always
6. It feeds and strengthens
the bones, blood, nerves and
*' tissues. . i "
, - 7: It is one of the greatest
flesh producers known to
medical science* [
i - 8.% It- is palatable / and
agreeable to the taste and
easily taken. . , , - .
* "^We'lf send you a sample free upon-reqvtestj^
3COTT & BO.WNE, . 409 Pearl Street, K. Y.
- \ ' " ^
Moi ) tr " De c 8.-Colonel Free
1 Thorpe, the noted portrait painter,
s a home near Bramerd Minn.,
an accounts himself a Minnesotan, ha
a * e
n the capital
a Portrait of former Governor
m /H"L onf u ' " *i - v ^ -
b . which wll be placed-jh the
ln . the capito -a t Washington
h seen at the state house,, .Mr.
a mentioned appreciatively the work of
er , .
i leve s
thinga o f tn e prea
"So the challenge "between tiie 'two
schools has been made and n b doubt' thi^S
winter will see much discussion relative
to the merits of each, both in the -.prj&ss
and among the art critics." ..-/:.
MORRIS. MINN.^Word was. received last
| evening from Andrew Carnegie that a. request foe
T !,"" ^ZSSL 0,000.for tne purposeBuilding. of building a' suitable,
HL e reports the Ice to. be from five to six Inches
thick and' perfectly safe for travel.
SUPEKIOK, "WIS.The supreme court will be
asked to place a valuation n Douglas county
kisses. The suit of Anna Statten against Fred
erick Madison has been appealed? Tmfu the county
to'the higher tribunal. The damages asked for
were $l,ni or $5f a kiss. The jury gave a
verdict in favor of the .plaintiff for .$200, or
$83.33 a kiss.
public library for Morris would bo granted. The
matter had been agitated for some time among
those interested in the development of the city.'
R. A. Stone wrote to Mr. Carnegie.last.Julie
sending with his application .indorsements"from
Governor Van Sant, Senators Nelson and Clapp
and others, and making the request as'strong as
possible. At the time, however, Mr, Siafnegie
was abroad and the matter lapsed uutli recehtlyy
when the communication was answered with re
quests for information about the City. -V 1
Thf city will be required to provide a suitable
,site for the election of the. buildingyapdr to. fur
nish $1,000 annually for the support of the. insti
tution. The latter provision has already, been
met, the city council having previously .passed a
resolution providing for a levy that would raise
the sum required. It is probable that a- special
session of the council will be held In. .a day or
two, when such action will be takenfas will com-
1'lete the formalities.
Morris lias good reason to be. proud.. o "the
things accomplished during the .year. -- A..postof-
flce, which has not an equal in this ,'jpa-rt of' the
state, several fine business blocks and other mate-'
rial improvements, have done much " towards
starting the town on a course of improvement and
growth, '.'.'."'' .
Jennie Nordquist, a young girl employed: as a
domestic at the I Grande ' hotel,. died Sunday
from typhoid' penumonlu. ."''
Morris Knlgiitg of Pythias have just moved Jhta
a line new hall over the new- Linne building.
The first meeting was held last wee.k and the'
following officers elected: Mayor D. S. TiOng
resigned as chancellor commander and. J. A.'.
Iiii.i| was apnointed to fill the unexpired term'.
William C. Bicknell, C. C Max Trantow, V. C
D. S. Long. M. f7. D. W. Stebbliis, K. of R.
S. and M. F.j S. Larson. M. F). A. B. Wells,
M. A-. H. C. Olson, I. G. Hilfred Thomasson^
O. G.: N. Vin,ie and Alfred Kltng, trustees. The
formal opening of the hall will take place Dec,
17 and adjacent lodges will send large delega
tions. A district convention will be held aud
Grand Chancellor Cromwell of Duluth. and other
officials will be present. -. . '.-,"
SCARIiET FEVER SCARE
Board of Health of Hutchinson Warns
HUTCHINSON, MINN.Owing to a threatened
scourge of scarlet fever the board of health has
issued the following public"mticerFh^-^Parents , Nineteen head bunched on the ice and broke
must watch carefully for Indications ^ symp- thru,.but were_lassoed and hauled out by team.
toms of the disease and at the first indication
call their physician.
SecondAll children in families In'which any
suspicious symptoms have appeared must be kept
strictly at home until the attending pbysieian fiBs
determined the nature of the trouble.
ThirdFailure to observe'these regulations is
a criminal offense and all persons guilty of the
same are liable to a heavy penalty. -
The registration at Ansgar
but few short of 250. and difficulty4
perienced in finding lodging in town for incom
ing students, all rooms ini the-dormitory having
The Seventh-Day -Adventiats have
new chuiob. - '- ":
AMANDUS JOHNSON. CAROLTTS'G. -BENSON.
Amandus Johnson and Carolus Gr. Benson, Who Will Meet the Representa-
tives of Bethany College, Kansas, and Augustana College, Illinois.
V. G... George. W. Decker secretary. Ira Bush
financial secretary, Willis Moore treasurer., 1
ORDAINING A PASTOR
: . of
Church Council I s Examining Rev,
Mi*. Thomas of Winona..
WINONA, MINN.At the First Congregation
al .church,,in this .city this
v --::: ..
Colonel Thorpe, "the class that
e in making a gre at painting with
th e lik eness a secondary consideration,
am l thos o wh o believe that the likeness
sncm | r i b e considered above all other
Of the first-class, John S. Sargent
a th e mog t note d exponent . T b the latter
c i a s s I belong
commisslo n t o paln t the picture of
th e speake r o h e hous e o f representativest
i n -Washingtofnt is considered. the mos
valuable commission an arti st can. raceive.
More persons see this collection-in the na
tional capital, than that of the pictures
,a en t Sargent received the.
commissio n t o paln t th e picture of former
"He y ma dB. e a great painting.
true to his ideas considered the .likeness
as secondary. Reed once lobKed'at Tt-as
it hung on the wall and remarked::. :'Now
I presume- my worst enemy. is satfefiedi
R ^ s nof c consier
Will Q4T I* $lHOOft.,fo a
MHJLI FOR SPARTA
Local Men Will Bulid It and
Bank 1,000,000 Feef.
DULL'TH, MINN.The village of Sparta, on
the central Mesabl rouge, is to have a single
circular mill. Arrangements have been made
for banking about l.uuo.000 feet on Ely lake
for the proposed mill, which is to be Tjdllt by"
local men. - " ""' '
The mill of the Tower Lumber^ company is.
down for its usual winter - repairs. There Is a
large stock of sawed lumber on ha"nd. The-mill
will resume about Jan. 1.
.1. C O'Hara of this city has returned from
the far Canadian northwest, where he has been
for W. S. Dwinnell of Minneapolis, who is to.
erect a large mill at Edmonton. lie is logging
about IO.O00.OOO feet this winter for Mr. Dwin
nell and will soon go bf.ek to Inspect about 600.-
000.000 feet of spruce that, is under option to
Duluth men for whom he Is at. work. ' '-" - * '
The Arrow River Slide and Boom company is
making extensive Improvements at its-works
along the international boundary. ' As part of
the new work the piers at the foot of the falls
will be sheathed with steel pla,te to withstand the
tremendous Impact of logs and ice. This'slide
supples logs for the mill of Arpin, Scott-&
Finger at Port Arthur.
Hubbard & Vincent started their mill, for the
winter this morning but the engine broke down
at. once and it will be some time before' it can
There is no change i_n the accepted" scale of^!
rGeorge Ke-lley, .guide F. B'ehlke, I
"$. : II. & .Bret?." 0*. W VE.
Chattel Mortgage Held to Have Pri
ority Over All Other Claims. -.
.PIERRE, S. D.Justice Therson of Lyman
county" a'few days' ago made a' ruling which
will be tested' at'ohee, and it is of vital Interest
to all homesteaders,westf.the river-.that:it.be
d'eeide.d' at an early date.- Ben Stahl,. a" home
steader, took .up... two- 'cows which had broken
iuto. his fleid and destroyed corn, and persona
who held a mortgage against the stock feeov
ere'd'fbeui ori l-eplevlu^papers^ the justice holding
that a chattel mortgage was a -prior claim, over
all- other Ileus of any. class whatever. - As a
large majority of the stock of, the range is tin
der mortgage, such a -ruling would preclude col
lection'for damages ''.'&& inatter what the loss
might be-- - :.r:: - ' /- '
afternoon is taking
))are the examination for ordination of Rev.
Percy E. Thomas, who has been acting pastor.: of
the church for t\% years and'who was recently,
called to become regular jmstor. The council
is made up of Rev. Messrs. Halloek of Minneap
olis, Samuel Smith of St. L'aul. Henry Fayille of
La Oosfie, McConnell of Northfield,-. Warren of
Lake City, W. A. Plnkerton of Wabasha. B. W.
Jenney of Winona and President Salmon of Carle
ton college. There is. a lay delegate also: from
each of the churches sending a ministerial dele
gate. Mr. Thomas will this evening be formally
Installed pastor of the. Winona church. -
.Mrs. J. Stirneman, Jr., died on Sunday after
an. illness of iseyeral weeks. - She was the Wife
,of J. Stirneman, Jr., wholesale fruit dealer-.
Mrs. Mary E. Miller has received a. letter from
the quarfermajJter's department of the l)nlted
States army at W'ashington riotlfymg her of tlve
interment of the body of her son, Glarenee E.
Millar, in the national cemetery at Arlington,
Va. Mr. MlUer died In the Philippines while
serving as sergeant of Company B of. the Forty
fifth volunteer iufaht'ry, and hi* remains were
brought back to ..this country along with _those~
of thirty-four others on a transport..- - ^. . .:.
.The t.inioii l'ibe .company of this -pity -is-iohe-
ot the' creditors of- Dowie, just now^ih firiancJal
trouble in Chicago. The company leTt .Zieh City
have a carload of floor deadener and sq'far ^ij^OO"
due in payment has-not been collected.- - ..-
M. Toye "lias been appointed .receiver' for .'the
Star Laundry ^company. The apjwinttrieht" : - Is
made at the rp.quest of ereaitors who flefiire t a
have soie person in charge-of the.property'until
a trustee can be formally electee! lateivonV"'
Mrs. Thompson-of. the Children's.Horde society
is iu Winona again this woek.'-peejking homes -for
two little sisters. She was here last "week ,and
secured an excellent home for:: a little girt ,",
e d a go d likeness
TheJ People'so, Choice
"My portrait of Speaker Hendersoa, is
considered a good likeness, and as-it will
be hung alongside of that of Reed, the
work of the two schools will iie viewed
at close range. Among artis ts -the division
is about equal with regard to the.choice
b ut among the people at large, - fully
per cent are in favor of the likeness. That
would seem quite natural, for a man usual
ly likes to have a portrait of himself re
semble him. ' "'.. -,.
City Council of Faribault Grants A*!*
other Franchise. "-.,_,::
'-FARIBAULT. MINN.The city council -has
granted the Trl-State Telegraph and Telephone
company a franchise for the extension-of .tts-.llne
thru this city. This will again give the. public
two local exchanges^ " :.%,,.'
The A. ,0. U. W. elected officers *s/follows,:
D. A. Skinner, M. W. , Fr*d l3mge., foreman .
.T." N.' Smith, overseer IB. Roth, recorder "Ik
l^levan. -- financial secretary - - S.- _"F..- Donaldson,
\\i,-D. Nelson, a-jeweler Q fthis city, has se
cured the. contract for' furnishing the silver ser-
vice'to"'the cruiser South Dakota, %vhich service
was provided for by the" last - The
designs selected by
Letert .andr. Bv^Roth*' representatives to' tne:p Bran d loTlge. " '.--
The.newly: elected officers of-thc Royal Neigh
bors are:, Mrs. T.' Dulac,1
oracle Lllllat i Holm -
berg vice oracle, Alicea Gelger, .reqorder Isabel
McLaughlin, leeetver Cora Turner,' chaneellor
Delia Weinmann, past oracle Theresa. . Mc
Mahon, marshal Margaret and Mattle Christian-,
son, sentinels& Anna Chattie, manager.- ":
The man killed Saturday morning was* WilUanj
and not. Tom Keanon, as reported.. The" vtctlm
was 68 and left: two sons and three daughters.
He had many friends and was well thought of
iby.iill.- .-- .,, : ,,.
IRON RANGE KNIGHTS- ^
Pythian Bodies to Rendezvous at
Biwabib on Wednesday. ,
- HIBBING, MINN,A special meeting :c* all
the - KnlRh-ts of Pythias lodges of 'the. range
towns will be held.at Blwabik .to-morrow. The
Hlbbing delegation will be headed -by Oi.:
Randall, .T. H. Silbar add David Graham..:
The heavy fall of snow in the woods-in this
district is not welcomed by loggers: It has come
before -the swamps were frozen enough'to insure'
a good foundation for heavy hauling. . The'pros
pects now are that the snow is going to inter
fere with logging to the extent that the
output: in northern Minnesota will be materially
curtailed. .With eighteen to twenty inches, all
thru the woods at this early date, there' is every
reason to believe there will be far too much dfiow
for effective work.
ICE SAILORS AR E READY
Sport TVin Be at Its Height at ^Tonka
in a Fe w Days.
EXCELSIOR, MINN.Lake Minnetorika is en
tirely frozen over, and many of the ice yachts
have already Sailed across the lake. In "a few
days, if the cold weather continues and no more
snow comes, the sport will have begun'In ear
nest,. There will be a great rivalry this Winter
between the Deephaveu and Excelsior Ice Yacht
clubs, each being confident of securing and re
taining the lake pennant.
The Glee club of Hamllne university gave a
pleasing concert at the town hall. The audience
iwaa large aud the receipts heavy. This was
the second number of the successful-lecture and
concert course which the Epworth League is fur
LAKE CITY, MINN.A tramp by the name of
Henry Williams stole an overcoat from the Com
mercial college and took the train for Wabasha.
w:here he was arrested. He pleaded guilty and
was sentenced to. sixty .days In Jail-TITe home
oif City Attorney Kinney was the "scene of a.Fanners
pretty party Saturday evening. He and" his
wife entertained a company of friends at ards
and served delicious - refreshments.
APPLETON, MINN.Burglars attempted to
gain entrance to Horn's new store last night.
They vere three in number and two were cap?
tured by Night Watch Johnson. This is the sec
on d time that Horn's store has been robbed the
past month. The first time about $500 worth
of clothing was taken and secreted ln a straw
pile about throe miles from town, where it was
WASECA, MINN.A mass anticigarette meet
ing was held here. Nearly all the churches dis
pensed with their evening services at the request
of the W. C T. U. and the opera-house was
packed. The meetinjg was addressed by John
Moonau. J. J. Isker and Rev.. John Lwyd, pastor
of the Congregational church.
CANBY, MINNAt the annual meeting- of the
members of the A. F. and A. M. the following
officers were elected: Worshipful master. Samuel
Lewison senior warden. Martin Nelson: junior
_ _ warden. A. W.
wages, but men aremore plenty than"they have
been. This is evidenced by several straws. One stalled Dec.spending 26.
of these is the ease with which loggers can get | ..^.
their camps rilled, and another Is the fact that I wAYZATA, MINN.George W. Northrup has
very few men come voluntarily to town arid cash^'received a telegram stating that Dr. J. H. Tut-
In. Men do not demand the prepayment of
fare to camps. They are staying with their jobs,
which is a very fine thing for their employers.
It is evident that there will be far 1 shifting
and less difficulty in keeping men than in
former years. This will have an important Influ
ence on the cost_ of logging. - -
- ' _ Be HiiskeaV,. "?: ',.^7,.^
STEPHEN, MINN.Nels Larson, brought r,
nunch of cattle to town Tor shipment to St. Paul.
_ They were driven to the river bank for water.
tho thoroly chilled, no serious ihjury seems to"
have resulted. . .
DUXTTTH,. MINNMr, and Mrs. George H.
McGhie celebrated the fifty-eighth anniversary of
their marriage: They are natives of Scotland,
and .were married in - Dumfriesshire before com
ing'to the United States.
collegesnowgfalls i bein ex -
KENNEDY. MINN While in a drunken fren
zy. Andrew Carlson," an employe of the O&kland
hotel livery barn attempted to
Bervall. - He
wn s overpowered and in
Strange dogs having alt the - eymptoms of-.ra-
bies hare been been in the vicinity aud much
alarm is felt.
Hutohlnson lodges have eHrted the following
officers.: Masooic-r-.W- XL, X.' J. S^fe-Sn6^ Wl
M. S. Goodnow J. W.,
jail. , .----'.-,-.- ,' -,-. , _.-
WELCOME. MINN..Mrs. Louis Mati commit."
ted suicide Sunday hy shooting herself with a
shotgun. She left a husband and three small
s Sa m G . Andfirspn , Jr.
secretary, Gertrge.-lX^ Sfvright -+reasm:err_ity. H.
Tmej. Odd FellowsN. G., George J. Viehman
SHAKOPEE, MINN.-H. H. Heller is dead,
atter ft lingering- illHe'sv He was - 68 and was,
born in Germany. He leaves -i -wife and three
S.D.Thousands of acres"csC'^e'onj its
UDhusked in Hand county. It Is'estimated that
the crop is.not more than half gathered..: The-^b-
seuce of snow and the rther warm weatfoer offer
favorable conditiQiis to continue the workJ. '-.'
' Warten. Hurst, who. i^oa only % retail business,"
rjas rcceiWd a, full caexof whisky-dir.eefc.fcom :a
Kcjitnolty-dislillJery, i'.-gj}r.. Hurst '-.ciaims that
rhfe: shlj/njent will sawsrfcira an cveii'$i,5giQ.oyer
the.-old way of buyiiig j the wholesaler. Some
or ritjiej temperance people are indignant. iecaas
th^'Kentuckians painted In great letters, on ""a
white canvas the car's contents and It* destina
tlofl letters wmld have answered.
1 Thewhen-tsmaller law o prohibit peddlersby .exacting. a high
license Is being evaded iu this coimty by agents
olC- eastern- grocery houses and department stores
who take the .farmers''-order, then..Bbip' out a
fnli-car "of. the goods, -sending along two clerks
who. at the r.oor as the/car stands on the side
track hand out the orders as the anxious ones
hand in the price. . -
MAY B E A CRIPPUE '" .
Remarkable Recovery from a Gunshot
D-BATJWOOD, S. D.Ernest Yahr.who was
accidentally shot, is rapidly recovering. The
danger from the wound in, the Intestines has en
tirety prtssed and he will live. There is doubt,
however, as to whether he will have free use
tff his legs. A portion of the hip bone wastorn
away by. the charge of shot and the : surgeons
dressing the wound took out part of the bone.
James Simpson, an old-time liveryman of
Deadwood and oue of the early settlers of the
camp, died suddenly at his barn. He was a
naTTTe of Schleswig-Holstein, Denmark, but had
sp*ut the greater part of his life in the United
States. He came to the Black Hills in 1876
aiid wasfor many years Oue of the proprietor's of
the famous Elkhorn corral in Deadwood.- '- -
! Black: Hills council. No. 703, Knights of Co
lumbus, was Instituted-on Sunday with a mem
bership upwards of fifty.
FEW ARE HOSTHiE
Organizing to Fight & "Cass
County Bond Issue.
FARGO, N. D.A few of the farmers in the
western'part of the county are- organizing to
fight the bond issue of $200,000 for a new court
house. They want a straight levy of Bay 2 mills
i a: year ou the. taxable ,property of - the county.
'This amount would not, raise sufficient funds
fbr the building unless: carried along for some
years, atid in that event there "would be no pro
vision for caring, for thecontracte.
Another objection raised woutd be that the
entire cost of the courthouse would .fail on the
present -taxpayers, whereas the next generation
would have to bear its share on a long-time bond
issue. . .'*:..-.-
ONE SHORT, THE OTHER TAIiL
Citizen of Parker Robbed by Two
PARK*1 S. D.Bert1
secretary . C . .T . Miller The officers be in-
An , A \.ZZ^ZTT^
s the winter \ylth his son
in New York, Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. NorfhruD
will leave for New York to-morrow..," It is said
Dr. Tuttle's condition is critical.
CLEARWATER, MINN.The funeral of T
C. Porter, was held to-day under the auspices of
tha Masons. Mr: Porter was one of the earliest
settlers, coming here in the early fifties.- He was
7ft.The river closed here yesterday and teams
FLANDREAU. S. D.Arrangements have been
completed by Superintendent. Reirce of the gov
ernment -Indian school by which three or- four
of the most skilful of the Flandreau Indian pipe
stone workers will go-to-St. - Louis' to take part
in the government' exhibit of native Indian in
. .VERMILLION. S. D.-^Pupils of the city
schools, are being drilled to make,'a'hasfy fho
orderly exit from their respective" rooms in case
of fire. So thoroly have they practiced that.'it
now requires less-than a - miiinte for_ them . to
reach- the outer world. "'-'"
DEPOSED MANAGER OF A FELT
' - SHOE FACTORY.
Canadian Government Will B e Asked
to Honor Papers and Forward His
Return to Webster City for Trial for
EmbeaBlementCompany Also Has
a $10,000 Case for Conspiracy
Against Hi m and Two Others, ----
Webst er City, Iowa, Dec. 8.George
MacKown, the deposed manager of the
Northweste rn Felt Shoe factory of this
city, has been indicted by the grand, jury
on the.charge of - embezzlement. Th e
amount .of the theft wi th which he isaccented
charged i not known. .
MaoKown is supposed to be somewhere
in British Columbia. The Canadian gov
ernment-will be asked to honor requisition
papers and it is expected that the ab
sconding manager will soon be returned..
Shortly after .the fire-on June 15 which to
tally destroyed the Northwestern 'Felt
Shoe company's plant in this city, Macr
Kown suddenly disappeared. About a
mont ago the furniture and personal bo*
: .Gorvecnor-legislature..' Herreid-wlllvh e
typical- of South .-Dakota_ life -and . activity, -the
princii)q,l.seenes being .those of mining, raii.chuig,
farlmihg . and hnntiug, ~as wbll as buffalo, Indians
designs typical'-of ' - the' state, -'both
1 pag ah'd. preseflU - .:: ':..'...
.' The,-fice britg across the riyer -is now stroaig
enough . to, be'ur heaary loads* and all. l).oals/are
laid .ufc. until'spring.. . lf the weather'remarris
fuvoraBJe, several inore'sfifpBi'ents' of -cattle^ wWl'
go -out.-" -- These were held: back* by tteAdlfflculty
of getting them across -the- riyer. while. J&e .ice
bridge was- terming. ,.
: - ,.:.....
QER 300 XJONVERSIONg
Wonderfiulvlntcrc^ Created at^Water-
- = towii by- Evangelist BaskerviU^-^ *
- WATBRTOWN, S. 1J.Rev K." j j Baikervllle
of - Madisoii," Wis., leitJ: Watertown :to-'day ., itfteif
having ihel&A/nit>* ^JWfiessfur seriesjof-.eyangerj
Ustic-meetings.- ilis-lea#a-t-aking."..was' -made, the
occasion of Vi jferea't demonstration. The' Cornet
banc!' escorted- him" t3 'The station and--a'"lfge
c-uowd -of--^-ertizens. sfliid assembled. .-^Tha" .la^t
meeting whi(?h he addressed will be HHII-I'CJ
membered, as it was the. largest .ever addressed
by a. hiluister'in the- city'.. .Two "thuii'atid:!.pople
Orowded i'uto theT Methodist 'church. .'OvetWiali)
conversions have been made..The Sunday.'e61"
I letuioii-^or-thfl.heiiPlit-Ql:-the evangeHHt tnnWVnted
TMfc Elks, lodge obserSed the first Sunday iri
' December as' memorial -thiy by appropriate exer
c1sesmt-th opera.-hcni|H?:,: Attpi^ier.^Cr^E Wtrr=
isof of Sibuj: Italia- deltvereC ati, .'eloquent. ad
dress - , .'? -r't :="-.'.'. -..--''- ''' .---".:- ----
'-. L. E. LeCiaii'4 of .Mitchell Was' in:iprlB-"city
td-day . to fix fences irft
ROBBlai) HIS EMPLOYER
Fabrick of. Si.oux...City Confesses, but
ljSlOt x- CITY, "iOWAtfProsecuted.
:Bert S. Fabric!* "~k
confidential clerk in fclie jewelry nstore of W. H.
Beck, admitted his guilt when arrested for pur
loining goods. He. has- disposed of a quantity
sUieIcapital jQght. between
StiJCheU and Vlert^r-T [ -* ^'.V.- \*/?,*
The resldenc.t)f lletiry* Hlldebrajidf-narrow
ly escaped destruction -Ivy fire Sunday, jirgnt, '
: anJCH CORN UNGATHEREb
H?ai the Crop Around C|iter Still to
_ _ . . . , the--calendar and one^ erlmlnal action. To,-dav
of wafcho* and stones, but Mr. Beck consented J was- taken *np with a] tfall of the calendar and
! to let him go without prosecution. , t hearing motions. The appeal from the action
John W. Geiser, proprietor of the Central ot" the -'.^soufity'cbtttfiSls'sloiiers iii turning down
meat, market, was found lying on the floor In
his house yesterday morning, unconscious. He
had suffered a stroke of apoplexy and probably
will not. recover.
.'The organization of-the Sioux City Industrial
association,' to curb the encroachment of labor
unions,-has been completed, with John Hornlck
of .the wholesale-.drug firm of Hornlck. Hess &
More, president* and J. H. Osborne of Omaha-,
secretary. Its especial purpose is to better con
ditions "for building, - much construction hav
ing been postponed last year because of theyill
high, prices of labor. - --.
GREAT POUI/TRY SHOW
Iowa Association Will Hold I t ta Des
Moines in January.
, 'DB S MOINES, IOWA.The biggest poultry
show ever held in the state will be in Pes
Moines Jan.: 6-to 13, When the Iowa associa
tion opens its doors to the public. It will be the
ffirst time the association has ever met In the
.capital city, but an effort will be made to
establish this as the permanent meeting place.
!A. bill asking for an appropriation to further
the. interests of poultry raising will be pre
sented to the legislature.
Eighty ministers have demanded Mayor Bren
ton, who is Just entering the campaign for re
election, to close the Mirror theater- Sunday
nights. He has acceded to their demands and
-caused the arrest of the proprietor for Sab
Puring the past two weeks two attempts have
been, made to burn the schoolhouse at Neola.
The teacher on going to the school a wefefc ago
found the dictionary In the middle of the floor
on fire. This had started to burn the floor. A
second attempt has been made and the little
town is in a fever of excitement and indignation.
GETS HIS WATCH BACK
Conscience-Stricken Thief Iieft
Where It Could Be Found.
MASON CITY, lOWA-^Agent Duffy of the Mil
^^t : i . i 1 : i 1 1 : u 1 : : i : i i t 11 s ( : t : 1 1 s , * iii i i ilU
Wilson an employe hi
SlToui's barber shop, was held- up" by two nieh
while on his way home'and robbed of $14. He
lives in East Parker- and it-was in Ja hollow,
three blocks rrom his-home, that he was robbed.
One of the men was tall, the other short. Both
wore mustaches.' As-Wjlsou was about to pass
them, one of them whipped oat a revolver and
asked him to raise bis hands. The short man
then went thru his pockets. His wratcb w.as
taken and then pftt baclt. No clue? can be found,
but this and
sother robberies here lately are
thought to be *3e work of local men. The
citizens are asking.for a night watch.
*RESHO S. D. Amelia S. Hooker will have
the honor of being the first of her sex to engage
in the mercantile business in Lyman county,
which is in the' heart of the cattlerraislng region
west of the Missouri river. She has just opened
a general store five miles north of this place.
- - -
wankee rbaraDOut a ytar&W^fS relieved of his
position, iflesymepieion- #.* nil accomplice with
two meh^wbo*. he said? had ^net him the night
before and relieved him of $150. iaf of which
belonged to the railroad and part to the ex
press company"an a gold watch. The matter:
Was investigated by the officers of the road and
it was discovered that Duffy was in. Mason City
the night before patronizing a- Gambling iii'stitu
tion, .and on the strength of this the Milwaukee
asked for his resignation. '-
.-.Xh&JXULtter was revived to-day by the finding
of the watch by the section men under some
stovui feade*. which they were moving ln prepara
tion for the coming winter. The watch was
bright and without a scratch, and did not appear
to have been there long. The fence had been
4 e u 111 ture ana personal w - p
longings were taken from his beautiful 1 Roachr ww stabbed by in -tnsanfe man"?
home and sold,at public auction to satisfy : Montgene.. ageCda 19,d"e rushed, at the 'prledt froin'
a mortgage, of $1,000 held by the Hamilton
County State bank.
The embezzlement with which he" is
charged is alleged to have been committed
in connection wi th the buying of large
bills of goods in the east. During the re?
cent session of the gra nd jury George
Burns of New York city was the star
Witness in securing the indictment. When
th e, case .is brought to trial Mr. Burns
will again have, to be brought to Webster
Ever since MacKown mysteriously die- '
appeared from the city the officials of the
company have suspected that his accounts
were not straight. A. committee of stock
holders went over the books and. found
them badly mixed and ill-kept. They were
unable to prove anything, however, and
the matter rested there. Th e company was
reorganized after the fire and is now oper
ating with every prospect of regaining the
hold it formerly had all over the west, the
fopmer factory having been the largest one
w4st of thq. Mississippi river. Th e direc
tors- af the company have been acti ve J h
tjvsj .effort to .lay the discrepancy found in
the .^accounts- at some'one's door with a
degree of certainty. After much, cor
respond^ice enough evidence has been ac
cumulated to indicate that MacKown- is
the man wanted and he has been indicted.
If MacKown. is ever brought back, his
triaKwi ll be one of the hardest fought
here for many a year.
fieside the".- indictment- pending against
him, the felt shoe, company lias brought
a $10,000 case for conspiracy against him
and two of his former employes. I n this
case Mi\ MacKown retained" D.-CV Chaise
a,nd,Wesley .Martin. There are those who
Relieve that MacKown is entirely inno
centf pf Jhe many charges against him
and"nnat"he is being' made a scapegoat
lied there some months after the robbing was
and for that reason It would seem that the
thief was probably conscience stricken, and took
this method of getting it back to the owner.
Duffy,.-Who has since been-working on a delivery
wagon. Identified the watch and it was restored
to its' owner/ -^ - - - -_
TYPHOID FEVER AND MEASLES
A Death at Spirit "LakeConvention
----- of Endeavorers.
'- SPIRIT. LAKE, IOWAThe body of little
He r doat h wa -cause d bto-dav y typhoid
fever and measles,The fifteenth convention of
the Dickinson Cnrlstiau Endeavor union was held
in the. .Congregatfohal church at Milford. Neu
toh Mattler or Spirit Lake was elected president.
Mrs. Jt. H. Reldy wife of R. H. Reldy, former,
pastor at MUford, Iowa, but now at Laurens,
lowai- foil --upon ithe-^eeJMseserely injuring her
spine.Rev. I-L. . Burch of Prlmghar, Iowa, has
a caU from. 4be G^ngt-egatlonal-church -
at Rock liapids.Fire destroyed: the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M, Aspej" near Arnolds Park on Lake
Miime\vaslita., But-.-.two: pieces'-of- furniture were
saved. .NQ.insurancei-^Twocandidates are in the
field, for the of flee -of county atterney.H. E.
Doolittle, ,left with, all his household, effects for
St. Croix Falls, Wis., where be will make his
future home.^-The residence of P. E. Narey was
set on fire from- a kerosene oil lamp which was
burningupder a gas,'lamj and which caused an
explosion of the-gas-. -.- . - . . .
PUBXTQUE. IOWAWhU conducting th ves
e r sevlc e l n sca
case was discharged- bx Ju^dge Oliver without jah
agreement it having been:'out over sixty bpurs.
This was the fourth'-trial and each resulted In
disagreement. The case was brought by Marie
Fusch for seduction ancl 'mamteqaiiee" o t her
child, which ia now ever a'year old. '.
BOOK BAjpnjs, lOWA^-The" jnry:
DBS MODTES, IOWAThe Iowa Society' ftr
GREAT FALLS, -MONT.B. W. Meidner, em
ployed In: alocal s"tudro,\was.nbtified that he had
falleti-heir to a' fortune estimated at $100,000.
by the death of his mother, Mrs. R. B. Meldher
lu St. Louis.' ''.'.'- - . '
AIANY CIVI IJ GASES
OpeMngCM. the. JUbei't .Lea, Xeau of
.-.-,. . .4 District-Court*. -J~~.....v7-
vened at 11 o'clock tb-day. Judge Kingsle5:.on
the bepcbvTJsere are slxtyreight civil"caseb on
the petition for the Rtceland-Moseow ditch was
heard but-the cSurt reserved his decision.
Mrs. Iyer Larson, wife of th,e pastor of the
Danish Ba'ptist churcah^ awt Clark'sv Grove,weekshn this
y, sa r
f Minneapolis ppool]
John Preston, of 625 Seventh street Srsaysr 'Backache
tJ55 bothered me a good deal for some years^aiHlalonr with it-
y.lli considerable trouble from too- frequh*actien-of"the--kick -
*- ney secretions. I used porous.plaaiters an^ann^l banji-
-^5 ages but obtained only tempora#relie S^iee I r^6cure#
HtfRON, S. !,Th Klks lodge held.memorial
services, a l.trge kiidlence - betng preseht.". The
dead for whom the servicej? were held, are E: E.
Blanchard. Charles B Ambrose, Ed Q. Benke,
E. H. Aplln and V. B:,Coyne. -
PIEHEE, S. D.Fred Nystrom of Sully county
died in this city last night from the effects of al
coholism. - - ,
SAUXT STE. MAEIE MICH.--Peter Glasho, a
Macedonian, "has been arreste'd for robbing Adrian
"Nichols of $400: Other men 'of- the'same nation
ality are suspected of complicity In the crinie.
Kidney Pills at Voege\ij sirB took
a cours of the treatment, therjehast!io l#e#an^indiM:V.
-- tioh of lameness or soreness across my loins or weakness
::::S of the kidneys.'^ ' f^r^'!' ?r ^-v --
-Helena, Mtfnt., Dec'flL*Ehe mass con
vention of Ueirrze's adlierent
behind And ulunged a long knife into his neck.
!Fhe priest will live. A panic was caused in the
church.. .Montgene was arrested. '-
in" the Bolide
prepared- assembly providing for a physician's, certificate
of examination Tiefore a marriage license can be
Issued....'.' v . * :. /: . ..' -.-
KARI02T, IOWAJohn S: Snyder died yester
day . from, injuries' received: in a ItootbaU, con
tesfc. He.waa.16. ,.
V IJEA'TH tjTAS ACCIDENTAIJ
Contaviov Exonerated By- a CorpiieiJ's
:- .': "r,..rr".'.'^flPy'MButte..
BUTTE, MONT^The coroner's
exonerated A11tone Contarlo,
' . . ^ITnji ^cglijSiUrie/,. . .
Only- th4 "upper.: hbuse-c^f'tbe- legislature
wa s. in seisioh yjesterdayV-.A-^b body- 3is -
posed-of twpVblys.the nrst'bfting the Hoff
m an bill,- relative -to t.he,,pp^erf and. duties
of^th&.suprm&'e6urt,-4R~app^]$y-^^uiriilg that, tribunal, in equity cases, to review a-li
questions of fact- arising, upon |.he evidence.
presented in ,:the record. '.'.'.',.-
The other was the bill providing fo^ the
submission, to the people -of - a constitu
tional ameridraent prohibiting-the employe
ment of children - und er X-ft ii mlnes^ and
makihg'^ight^bqurs a day)s,la.bbr in mines
aiiils and.- smelters and on/public- works.
The- judiciary, committee will-, report to -
day the Mad'dox-bills-providing for-icjiange
of venue, and relating io-the.disqaialinca*
tion of .iudges,-. theimo^". Importa nt bills.
I t is probable,rthe-session.-will close not
later than-Friday. ,-. -^ ?: '''-' '" "-
a ^ bill "t o e ' introduce in th comins g
. Crusft "Finds" Mor.:Gold,' i
: the 6 year-ol d
Italian .boy^ .from any blame In connection with
the death of -Godfrey McNeill, the l-i-year-oid
boy: whom, it has been- alleged. Coiitario shot
and- ,kille4 because the latter' refused to give
him cigarette, paper. - *-.- '-
. From the., testimony- adducefd- it appears that
the McNflill hoy .was-accidentally-shor while Cnn
tarlo wa* extracting, a cartridge from'an old
rifle. Two small hoya who. witnessed the shoot
ing? said that Contario while playing" with the
gun said to his chum, In a spirit of fun, "Duff,
shall I .shoot you.?.". The lejolndef of young Mc
Neill wa,. ".Shoot, away ? and apparently at
that, instant the. rJfle_Avas discharged, - instantly
The mo st nbtabie " ^ent /in.- MtmtanaTW'
mining circles - the-"past
vein has been
equally divided^.-...,.-. "..'":.'' ~.i--\- V -!V 7/:*:
-Redblrd an?t Oth^ Properties.
--Shipments.from the Redbird.
--. - '
recently by John O. Rrisco.of Helema, Jiet^
ted $56 a tbrtV the "Kedbird" adjoins tbe
7 aav^eeSf the 150-foof t level of the
ago- She w^s_.i2.and., left her husband and,flveJ
ihildreii: The" funeral will be held" from' the
church at eiarks Grov* Wednesday afternoon at
Ti- .Peterson: ,and Pernella .Guhderson
be married at the home of .the.bride's par-
W^t^io this city this, evening and will-.take
up their residence .here. .
The funeraL of-the-late Mrs. Clarence Wedge
was held at th* Presbyterian' church and there
was an enormous crowd , present. The services
w*C. conducted by R*v.F E. White. . - -
STEABflSat JKEAMBR ROUTE
McLaughUn Bi^j s the^, Remnica for a
'..._ y^yNoveljPtirpose .-',. .
AITKIN, MINN.GV A. McLaughlin "of'NxtW-
laud has purchased tlte steamer. Remnlca from
the Finnish Colonization company and will use
it on Mill*-Lacs lake *or gathering-milk- and
cream.,from the farmers along the shore and for
distributing merchandise -'- - r
The ladles^ guild of St. John's Episcopal church
netted $100 "at Its supper and Sale of work
- Tjhp WomTanrs_.BcliefyCorp
In the small pfthe back, just above fh& flips, lllll
is the danger spota dangerous spoi forkpain SIC?
and most aches of the back start there. There SZIZZ
is a: reason for this, and it lies in the kidneys, till-
which are located hear the smalltoi[theback. llllZ
Such pains should be called kidney painspack- U"^
ache sJxoiittiKb$:Cdlled kidney^ache. -The secret
of why Detail's Kidney Pills cure backache quick' *!!~
ly is that they reach the cause^-the kidneys. !!
Neglect the earlier symptoms of kidney ills and +IY2
serious complications follow^urinary disorders, ZIV.~
rheumatic pains, diabetes, dropsy, brfghi's
disease. - ' -. * - - /' /
DOMINATION IN MONTANA."
Five Hundred Adbeirepts from All
Parts of the State in the Movement
Initiative and Referendum, Pri
matry'Xia\V and 'a "Si&fe Railway
Commission Arftr Declared For*
Legislature Ma.kes fe'onie Progress. \
here yesterday, ?in a movemetit t6 ""prevent
corporation -domination of Montana," ad ^
journed last -night after adopting a plat
form declaring- for the.Jnitiaiive and refer
endum, a direct primary tew, a state rail
road commission and" for an - enlargement
of the powers. Kit the ta*6 "board of equal
ization. - " "-
Under the resolutions adopted men of
all political -parties are invited to ^oin,
voting accowMiig to 'party "affiliations 6 n
national issued but In accordance with'the
"' A committee composed of tW a mefh f roni
each county is to be cheated.-'- A n execu
tive-'committee, composed- of^-'tW6 detho^ ~
erats, two republicans' "and 'a' Chairman
who has been A democrat/Ms .provided for.
There ^were about' 500:
from all parte-
of the state.' ^ " - ' ----
: week " wag Q
splendid Strikes made" Withe Nortlr Star
in the Marysvill^ district.- Th e prppertv
i.g owned-by- t'oionej' Tbotnas. Cnise. - /&,
Helena bankerj'w'hh/disttp\^red ttie\ fkjnous
tirunTiiumrnon.' which-was sold to - the
Rothschilds, for^^lB.pg^vOQa. Tbe
5 North Star-
is an,' eastern" e^etisiori-pf ^h e Dmrnlum^
mon., .:"'.' ,""V .' '.)'. : . ..,,....
Colonel .Crtise has %eircarrying on der
velopment work for. more^than two years,en
taking out quantitj'es'rofxQfe._
Thes e w
discoveries, however," Ey*e 'independent _of
the .North St ar ' vgin .trpin. Which' the ore
was taken. I n tn0-4O6f.fodtrle.vel
a" 7% foot
: fbuitd," the.ore running frpjn
$100' t p $380 a tph./ln the 100-fpot level
another strike has. been .made, the yen}
being .five: feet wia.e .in "high grade pre.
The values, are
n y ^old. and .silver, abpu^:
riilne fieAr ^Wicks, anfl:
the now vein is eight feet Wide'. -
. new discover^'' has been made in the
Gold Flint mine'near' Boulder of ten
inches bf-bre which "assays $80 a ton in
gold and 63 ounces of silver. Th e property:
Win be develbped. "yf'*' *. ,:'"'.' '.- ' * '
Four feet o ore have beeBuckeye, n encounterednear
The Monitor and Revenue oompany ne at
Norris, Madison county, has decided to
erect a 100-ton cyanide plant. -
A strike of rich ore lias, been made 1n.
the tunnel of the U. S. Grant mine hear
Virginia City,, the lead being large and
casing gbod values in gold. .
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HOUGHTON, MICH.The section men of the
Mineral Range railroad, about 125 in number*
are strlkipg because of a cut..of
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A Trial Free
To Minneapolis Journal Readers
' Tor free trlr, box, -.wafl thia
Fo^ar-Minr Co?, Btfit.lo, N. -fe
'sp*oe is liiotifllclcnt, -write address oa 1
The amount of good 3'QU'll receive,
from a few. doses of Hostetter's Stom-^
ach Bitters, especially when the stpmr(
ach is disordered or-the liver, inactive.
It cures I^oss of Appetite, Sour Stom
ach, Heartburnr Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, Chills or Malaria. , Be sure^q,
try it, also obtain a. copy of our Illus-\
trated Almanac for 1904 from your
druggist. It is free and contains in
structive reading ma$ter,Tthat is well
elected the follow
ingiofflcersi . Mrs. Berry, president Mrs. Hodge
deii, senior v.ice Mrs. Ferdue, junior-vice -Mrs.
Goward, treasurer Mrs. Bailies, conductor Mrs.
Eddy,- guardj.Mrs. Gwathmey, chaplain. -- -
The following officers
lodge No! 164, 1.
: 0. 0 . F. B ,
N. G James-Yates,--V. ,G. Peter I arson. F. S.
E. E. Sep.vey, R, S. R. J. Tully, treasurer: W.
A. Tully, Andrew Fajder: and. W. H. Harrison,
trustees. *- -, '* -
, Aitkin lodge.: No. 126, . Knights, of Pythias,
elected the following: S. H. Hodgeden, d Cif
Harry G. Beecheiv V. C -Elmer Hallbergs M. of
'F. J. N. Mar-r,M of B. Rev. W. E.'GrHth
prelate D. E. Way, K. R. and S G.-.E. Reed.
M. of A. Frank, Reymanj I. fi.: George Rey
nolds, 0...: Peter. Larson,:trustee.
cents^a day -
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