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,, ABBUCKIAE, M. D.,
jfc*« ''HOMOBOpATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SVROEON.
liltMniDAii, MINNESOTA.
yp Diseases or Women a Specialty, also the Eye
•nd Bar.
Wahpeton calls, promptly responded to.
Officeand Resience: Arbnckle's new building.
... F. MITCHELL, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over American Express, with T. X.Tnylor,
entgeon Dentist.
-WAHPETON DAKOTA. 18
HENRY C. RENO,
PHYSICIAN & SDRGRON, Wahpeton, D. T.
Office over Howry's, Bee Hive Store. Resi
dence^ Dr. Hutten's Loose, Third street. w46
G. BARKOW, M. D.,
Physician anl Surgeon,
Office over Martin Schott's store,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA, nl
H.B. CR AND ALL,
Real Estate Agent, Notary Public and Collector.
Farms and Town Lots for Sale.
COLFAX, Richland County, DAKOTA
OEO HANLY,
S E O N E N I S
.Office with Dr. Geo. D. Swaine, over Pelrce's
Hardware store, Wahpeton, D. T.
Beat! Estate Office
GRAND VIEW FARM, D. T.
Parties located on goverment land. Money to
Loan and Final Proofs Made. Junes
Minnesota House
'BRECKINRIDGE, MINNESOTA.
D« ^|E. BRONSON, Propr.
'•"^jomfo'table Stabling attached.
Corner rhlrd Street and Minnesota avenue.
104
Dakota Avenue,
Kellogg &
WAHPETONi
Wl.
Wakpeton.Dakota.
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W'AHPETOK,,
AHPSTOH DAKOTA.
Estate and Chattel
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J5F«F a ij, security.
^\ft»^ OVW Pelrc«'g hardware Mora.
1^!fCtiiiiler & Bog^rt,
'—liHfrt' XttD COUNSELLORS 4T LAW,
peclalAttention Given to Collection.
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WAHPRTOH,'DAKOTA. V&I*-
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PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON,
Wahpeton, -i Dako
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»pectalty. Oface•
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IBSTAnRANr& BAKERY,
ELIVKCHON, Propr.
Opposite Opera House. Feb. 27n47
ANTON 6ILLES
BOOT AND3H0E MAKES
'Shop on Dakota avenue, opposite N. Schott's
store. All kinds of.
repairing promptly attended
JQHN M. BUGGr.ES,
.• WAHPETON, DAKOTA,
REGISTER OP DEEDS.
"Titles to lands investigated, nnd correct ab
stracts tarnished. Taxes paid for non-residents.
Collections made, and promptly remitted.
(ands boagh£and.sqld..
I .will see that the tax ig cancelled on the treas
•nscrvi: gecords, and the preper amount of tax
•oltoeted/ My chargeg are jl.oo for each receipt.
fflBI taffiMH
Proprietors of
EXGELCIOR
MEAT MARKET.
.' BeaWsln all kinds of fresh and salt meats,
.h«mjl,-bacon and'sausage'constantly on hand.
Cash paid for fat cattle, hides and furs. Meat
delivered to any part of Wnhpetonand Breckin
idge, free Qf charge.
Commercial Hotel
t. WAlffBTCW, DAKOTA.
Accpmod&tlon adarnteed to the transient
Public
MICHAEL SCHMITT,
Proprietor.
SHoney to Loan!
MClfttttL81MD REAL ESTATE.
ig Foods'' always On Hand for Chattel Loans
Farm Lanas City Property bought and sold.
Hyatt,
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DAKOTA.
I: HOTEL
fatiiitm |id Siith Strmt,
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Dakota
One Block t»?,, M. fc M. depot.
Booms.
SMITH, Prob.
T. L. Taylor
^I^IRCBPN DENTIST*
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Wahpeton, and
S^al:denU«Ery bnsloeis.
J(^|j^l tMtt,tU|«r8ct ExtrattUgg6c
I# ~7,' ,7
palates and all irtegnlarities or children's
^tM(k (hall receive tbe latest mode ol treatment.
LK.4.
mailed
Dakota.
to
ordering it.
ptiqaa and
•W-il
tt Jh,
We know th^r world 1« -n
Some mayhave fiiiilts-Jii)
£The old as well as yond
we may, nerhhps. lor air
.ijllaye fifty, to their onf
sfywasett*
Be Careful What Yon Say*
In speaking of a person's faults,, 'itf
Pray-don!t forget y4nr«dwn W
Remember those in nousfea glass
Should never throw a stone.
If we have nothing else to do
Bnt talk of those who sin,
'Tis better we commance at home,
And from that point begin.
We have no right to judge a man
Until he's fairly tried
Should we'.not llkehis coi
B!»ny,.
vUo has not^
bve know,
I'll tell you of abetter plan,
And find it work full well,
To try my own defects to cure
Before of others Ml.
And though I sometimes hope to be
So worse than some I know.
My own shortcomings bid me let
The faults of others go.
Then lef us all, when we commehce
To slander friend or foe,
Think of the harm one word may do
To those we little know.
Remember curses, sometimes like
Our chickens, "roost at home
Don't speak of others' faults until
We have none of our own.
It is announced that Tilden is
urging the nomination of Gov.
Cleveland. The New York Sun and
Herald simultaneously boom him.
Word from Washington says that
Col. Lounsberry leaves this week
for home. lie says he thinks the
prospects for his appointment as
governor of Dakota are excellent.
It is probable no appointment
will, be made, however, before May.
From Washington: Mr. White,
who has returned, said in conversa
tion yesterday that he thought the
general sentiment of the producing
classes in Minnesota sustains the
Minnesota members in their vote to
take up the tariff bill. He thought
they would all, except Washburn,
vote against striking out the enact
ing clause and probably all would
vote for it on its passage, even if
not materially amended.
President Sargent of the Fargo
Southern last week said to a Fargo
E&mblican reporter: That George
Foley has been given the contract
^0 construct the remainder of the
i'oad, and has obliged himself to
•mild a mile a day, beginning at the
qiiferent points. At this rate he
j^ays the road will be connected
oy June 15, and freight traffic will
commence about July 1. He says it
will require two months to ballast
the road and have it ready for pas
senger traffic. Passenger coaches
are now being made for the road at
the Barney Smith works in Dayton
Ohio.
A number of contractors and
builders of Minneapolis are just
now being questioned as to the
probable cause of the falling to the
ground of a winter built structure
the latter part of last week, when
two people were badly injured. The
general verdict is that the building
fell from the result of poor founda
tion stone and the freezing and
thawing out of the morter in the
walls. The building was a large
one, walls roof and floors finished,
and camtrdown with a tremendous
crash, apparently unexpected. It is
a singular piece of mismanagement.
Loss $80,000.
Wm. LofEetmaker, a German who
lived with his wife in the town of
Canister, near Kasson, Minnesota,
latterly thought to be demented,
murdered his wife last week as she
slept, and then suicided. It seems,
however, that letters were- found
that showed lie had for two years
contemplated the deed. He was 28
years of age and the wife
25, handsome and admired by every
body, while the husband was gen
erally looked upon as brutal. A
letter found afforded directions as
to what should be done with the
property which belonged mostly to
the wife, written, of course,'' by. -the
husband. It's a pity these worth
less wretches do not kill themselves
first, in such cases.
Ohio has recently been visited by
two cyclones.. In Greeve county
six persons have tpen killed, while
many others have been seriously in
jured. The towns of Carrington,
Woodford and Jamestown and
country surrounding same, were
the greatest sufferers. Authentic
statement is that tbe cyclone was
formed by the union of two light
storm clouds from the south and the.
northwest, whicht .-immediately
assumed the form of' a waterspout
rising, and descending like waves
of the Sea,, and destroying every
thing in its way, being fully one
eighth of a mile wide, and moved
about over the country like an im
mense cloud of smoke, while else
.where in its path the air was dark
witfr ,ti*j!9S and ruins of houses.
Forests were moved down like
vol. 6. Wahpeton, Richland County, Dakota, May 2, 1884.
weeds fences destroyed for miles,
and it is estimated in this county
alonei at least twenty residences are
in ruins, to say nothing of the loss
of other buildings, live stock and
farm property.
News Notes.
Ada, Minn: TheiStemttielo^ator
burnpd lUst night. 'Five thousand
bushels ~0f wheat 4javesgone with
the building,''a}l of^|ic| isj-a total
loss.
Mary Anderson's stepfather, Dr.
Griffin, is in New York on a flying
business visit. He says Miss An
derson will remain in Europe two
years.
J.J.Hill, of St. Paul, donated
$1,000 to the fund to be expended
}n entertaing the old veterans at the
pational encampment of the G. A.
p. Who speaks next? This makes
three checks of the kind.
Frank James is being passed
around by the various states of the
south. He has just been declared
••not guilty" in the trial at Chata
nooga for complicity in the Muscle
Shoals robbory. He was immedi
ately arrested by the sheriff of
Cooper county, Mo.
Young ladies who are "little but
nice," are in much request at Patta
wottamie cdunty, Iowa, where av
oirdupois sociables are all the rage.
Each young lady is weighed on en
tering the dining room and her esr
cort pays for her supper at the rate
of half a cent a pound on her
weight.
Maj. Woog, chief of the finance
division of the Indian bureau, is in
New York to superintend the open
ing of proposals for working cattle
at the various Indian agencies in
Dakota also for bacon, pork, and
agricultural implements. The ba
con, pork and agricultural imple
ments may be delivered at Chicago,
St. Louis, Kansas City or Sioux City.
The cattle must be delivered at the
Sheyenrte River, Crow Creek, Lower
Brule, Pine llidge and Rosebud
agencies in Dakota.
Glyndon, Minn., 27: A wooden
row on the west side of Park ave
nue was wiped out by fire at 2
o'clock this morning. The fire
started from a defective chimney
flue in the Glyndon bakery, kept by
Mrs. E. Futsher. Her house and
its contents, Vincent's meat market
and its contents anil the lumber
office, ware house and stables of
Andrew Bros, are almost a total
loss. Some stock and furnitur of
the latter were saved by hard work.
The railroad elevator barely escaped
the wind%being strong from the
north, favoring the most dense busi
ness district. Loss about $3,000,
fairly covered by insurance in the
German-American company.
Pittsburg, 25: One of the most
remarkable prize fights that ever
occurred in this city or vicinity,
took place last night at Arsenal
park, between Bilson Jack and Jack
Clifford for $100 a side. Previous
to the battle a ball had been in pro
gress in which over 30 young girls
and several mothers with infants in
their arms participated. Wheii
time was called at 10:30, the women
as well as the men crowded around
the ring, and during the fight the
former were the most enthusiastic
shouters, for their respective favor
ites. The fight was with soft
gloves,. London prize ring xules.
From this start, Clifford, who dis
played the. most science,/had the
best of-it, and soon had the battle
well in his hands.-- Bilson Jack
fought savagely, however, and .re«
fused to give up until the 121st
round, when friends interfered, and
the mill was awarded to Clifford.
Both men were terribly punished.
Bilson Jack had to be carried from
the ring. A number of policemen
watched the fight to the close with
out interfering. The battle lasted
one hour and forty minutes.
The ambitious project of con
structing, an island in Lake Michi
gan opposite-Chicago is seriously to
be undertaken this summer. The
magnitude of this venture can be
understood when it is known that
the plans contemplate an area of
forty acres. This island is to be
guarded by a breakwater seyenteen
feet ih height. It is to be placed
one mile from the shore, where the
depth of the water averages eigh
teen feet. On the shore side is to be
a land locked harbor of seven acres
to admit lake craft of any size.
The land is to be formed of sand
and clay dredged from the lake.
The face of the island is to be irreg
ular, and the summit of the gradual
swell is to be the site for a large ho
tel. This being the highest spot on
the island, and fully fifty feet above
the water line, will afford a magni
ficent view. The projectors number1
several experienced engineers, and
have made their estimates on the
basis of a total expenditure of $200,-!
000,000.: It is thought that a resort
would prove popular as a place for
summer, cottages, and would at
tract summering people generally,
and particularly Chicagoans desir
ing to have an easy escape from, th$
city In ber hottest moods.
A
Here and There.
The clever turn everything to ac
count.
Most married women think bach
elors ought to be taxed.
The man who does not advertise
evidently does not want patronage.
Col. Ingeraoll is graphically de
scribed as. "the great, round, fat,
oily man of Satin."
England considers $3,000,000
enough surplus revenue. The
United States keeps thirty times
that amount in her treasury.
There scarce can be named one
quality that is amiable in a woman
which is not becoming in a. man,
not excepting even modesty and
gentleness of nature.
A country paper tells of a smart
wife that helped her husband to
grow seventy acres of wheat. The
way she helped him was to stand in
the door and shake a broom at him
when he sat down to rest.
Mrs. John Boyle O'Reilly will
spend the summer in Europe, but
her husband will not accompany her
says the Boston Gazette, because
he and the British government do
not exactly constitute a mutual
admiration society.
The plain principles of truth and
honesty are familiar to most of us,
and need no elaborate argument to
elucidate or uphold them. They de
mand our unhesitating obedience,
and the more cheerfully and prompt
ly we act upon them, the more firm,
manly and consistent wrillour char
acters become.
Health is the one thing needful
therefore no pains, expense, self de
nial, or restraint which we submit
to for the sake of it is too much.
Whether it require us to relinquish
lucrativo situations, to abstain from
favorite indulgencies, to control in
temperate passions, or undergo tedi
ous regimens—whatever difficulties
it lays us under, a man who pursues
his happiness rationally and reso
lutely will be content to submit
to it.
The Catholic directory for 1884
shows that in Great Britain, ex
clusive of Ireland, there are 2,492
priests 1,524 churches and consid
erably more than 1,500,000 layman.
This represent a growth in forty
years of 1,422 churches and schools,
or thirty-five each year. There is
now one church or convent for each
160 square miles. The Catholic
population has increased three
times as fast as the whole people,
and now constitutes about five per
cent, of the whole.
Dakota Religious Items.
The Presbyterian church at Bath
gate was dedicated the 6th.
Minto, Walsh county, is to have a
Catholic church the coining sum
mer.
The ladies of the Sioux Falls M.
E. church have organized a woman's
foreign missionary society.
The Presbyterian ladies of Bis
marck recently cleared eighty-five
dollars at a juvenile entertain
ment.
Three Dominican Fathers of St.
Paul are holding a mission at the
Catholic church in Fargo, with great
success.
Work will be commenced on a
Congregational church building at
Valley Springs immediately, to cost
$2,000.
The Presbyterian church at Lari
more has become self supporting,
the people having subscribed $900
toward the support of a pastor.
Travare, ar new town in Roberts
county, has a Presbyterian society
of considerable strength. A place
for holding services is being ar
ranged for.
It seems to be a settled fact chat
Sioux Falls is to have the Episcopal
college. The donation of $10,000
asked for by Bishop Hare will be
raised.
Rev. J. A. Hartinan, of James
town, is giving a series of Sunday
evening discourses on "The Prodi
gal Son," supplemented by a service
of song, by a large and well trained
chorus.
The superintendents of the differ
ent Sunday schools in Codington
have agreed to meet in Watertown
on the 7th of May next, to take steps
toward organizing a county Sunday
school union.
Fargo Department Globe: The
Congregational church in Fargo has
just been enlarged to double its
seating capacity, although little
more than a year old. The popular
and able pastor, Rev. R. A. Beard,
is building up one of the largest so
cieties in town, The renovated
house is to be "warmed" to-night
with a maple sugar festival.
Fargo Argus: The mission meet
ings held at the Catholic church
under the direction of the eloquent
dominican fathers, are drawing
large crowds, many coming from
the country and other localities, to
reap- the benefit of the services,
and impressive teachings. The
speakers are men of profound learn
ing, earnest and faithful, and even
those of other religious schools can
not fail to be interested aiid profited
by attendance there.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a
cure. for. 'Catarrh, Diphtheria
Mouth. At Miller's. April 182
ii
Car Orders Solicited.
Respectfully,
Sanker
ostive
HACKMETACK—a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Prlee85and50 cents.. Sold oy: Henry
Miller.
W. A. SEELY & Co.,
SCALER? AND JOBBERS OF FIRST CLASS
FARM MACHINERY, BUGGIES AND WAGONS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Belting and Miil-S
Wagon Makers' nnd Blacksmiths' Materials,
a a
F. H. BUTLER & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Lumber, Sash, Doors,
Uuildiiig Paper, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
At Wahpeton and Wyndmere, Dak.
JOHN NELSON'S
Before buying your SPRING GOODS go to JOHN NESLON and get
his prices on
Spring Goods,
CASNMERE8, BUNTINGS, GRENADINES, NUNS' VEILING, WHITE
ss.t:
SILKS,
GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, LACES, "E
MBROIDERIES, BUTTONS, NECKWEAR,
of all kinds, Ladies' and Misses' JACKETS and CIRCULARS, etc.
Shoes,
A Fine Assortment of Gentleinens', Ladies' and Childrens' SHOES
SLIPPERS, including the Very Best Makes of FRENCH KID SHOES.
This must have been Plumly of
the Argus.
The Huron convention seems to
have been somewhat stormy at the
outset, but though the efficiency of
prayer by the parson, who was pres
ent, the molifying influence of the
church in which they assembled and
the oil of peace poured out upon
them from the silvery tongue of
Colonel Plummer, the minority suc
cumbed to the inexorable weight of
the majority and business proceed
ed with decorum and dispatch. Da
kotians are thoroughbreds in every
enterprise from raising No. 1 hard
to raising the d—1 at a political con
vention.—[Jamestown Alert.
It is a faithful saying and worthy
of acceptation, that "Dakota men
need two wives, one to live with
and the other to visit in the east,"
etc. We were struck with the de
sirability of this arrangement last
night by the presence of the follow
ing row of stages at the entertain
ment, viz: C. D. Thomas, J. I.
Monks, O. H. Tarbell, E. N. Breeze,
L. S. Demming, O. Gesley, Jas.
Baker, Geo. Williams and C. G.
Church.—[Watertown Courier.
Well, we should smile. Perhaps
Wahpeton couldn't furnish a few
instances of that kind.
With charectoristic enterprise,
General Passenger Agent Fee, of
the Northern Pacificr has recently
placed on that road, between Fargo
and St. Paul, a: number of those
elegant parlor cars, which make
traveling so delightful now-a-days.
They are furnished with comfort
able lounging chairs, which can be
thrown back and made to serve the
purpose of beds. Porters have been
employed for special service on
these cars, and passengers on them
Carpets,
Do not send your orders out of town for CARPETS I can sell you any
kind, from a HEMP or COTTON up to the very finest grades of BODY
BRUSSELS, at prices to compare very favorably with Chicago and New
York markets.
Furnishing Goods,
I also carry a complete line of GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS, READY
MADE CLOTHING, and all the latest novelties in SPRING IIATS.
Groceries,
My Grocery Department contains all the best brands of CANNED and
DRIED FRUITS, a carefully selected stock of TEAS and COEFEES, PATENT
PROCESS and other grades of FLOUR, PORK, IIAMS, BACON, etc.
Stock Always Fresh.
NEW and FRESH GOODS in this Department arriving almost every day,
FREE DELIVERY.
Stray Brick.
Not long since a Fargo editor
wrote a letter to a man in a neigh
boring town, and the man could not
decipher it, but sent it back sug
gesting that he print the letter.
The funny part of it was that the
editor bad forgotten what it was
about, and could not read it him
self.—[Globe.
JOHN NELSON.
«£T»
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lp i-flsg
Wahpeton, Dakota,
3foT7
NO. 4.
and
can now have all the comfort and
conveniences of sleepers without
extra charge. Mr, Fee is to be
commended for the enterprise he is
displaying, and his action in this
matter will be heartily appreciated
by the traveling public.—[Fargo
Republican.
Argus 21: To-morrow work will
commense on the Fargo Southern
track laying, and Contractor Foley
promises to complete the track from
Fargo to Wahpeton in two weeks if
the weather is not too bad. He
will employ about three hundred
hands. The entire line of over one
hundred and twenty miles he ex
pects to finish in five weeks. His
tools are all here ready for use. The
large tracklaying machinery which
he recently purchased has not yet
arrived, but is expected here soon.
Each of these machines is guaran
teed to lay a mile and a half per day.
With fairly favorable weather Mr.
Foley expects to have the entire line
completed by June 1.
The Brainerd Tribune draws this
personal sketch of Charles S. Fee,
general passenger agent of the
Northern Pacific: "He looks under
thirty, is a complete blonde, having
light hair, eyes and moustache. He
is of medium height and rather
slight. His manner is nervous and
quick, and both speech and move
ment indicate restless activity and
tireless energy. He is an organism
evidently practically limitless in ca
pacity to dispatch work, the endur
ance that bends and twists but never
breaks—wears out but never gets
rusty. It is the fruits of such ex
ertion as he is capab'e of that we
are seeing all around us in the enor
mous passenger traffic the road is
doing. It is, indeed, easy to pre
dict for such a man a brilliant
future."
Notice,
To the Editor of The Times:
DKAR SIR:—AS chairman of the board of
health for Wahpeton, 1 would suggest to our citi
zens that they clean np about their residence
and places of business, all rubbish and filth ac
cumulated the past winter, at the earliest
ble day. for soon there wUl
poari.
be
warm weather*!^
danger from disease. Let Wahpeton be
pteced
among the cleanest towns in Dakota.
JOHN HBLQOK.
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Item
Man
BWam
Wahpeton.
BtUeCKKWRinpB KXT«fr«OW
Trains Going
W,rt.
ialtm
618 am
700 am
7:0 IB
rn am
tpVvm
...... WaJeott..~.
.Davenport
IS SO put
12 IB pin
Mondays,
Tuesdays,
laves Wahpeton.. .. 7:00a
Ives at St. Paul 6:50 pm
ayesSt.^aal...
St. Paul freight arr. at Wfchpeton giOSpm
Milnor accom'datlon leaves 2:10
DaUy exceptSunday.
TOLLMAN SLKEPIHO CAM ''"-"I
are ran without change on all trains Irom St.
Paul and Minneapolis and Fargo and Duluth,
for beauty and comfort these cars are nnsur.
passed.
ELIQANT HORTON CHAIR CARS.
on day trains between Fargo and Mandan. These
cars are fixed with new reclining chairs, and
oWfr speial attractions to the traveler.
SUPERB DurXHO CARS
without exception, the finest on the contUient
are run on all trains. First-class meaU.
75c.
Tbe Home BiH Parlors,
Near Kotschevar Bros, store.
LUNCH
Served at all times, consisting of
O S E S
In their Various Forms,
Wines. Liquors & Cigars
Will. NORTHEY.
J. R. BUXTON,
Attorney at Law,
Mont to Loan on Real Estate,
Final Proofs Made,
And Collections Made.
Suits Prosecuted and Defended in all Courts of
Dakota and Minnesota.
Office one Door west of Bee Hive
Store.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
MONTREAL LAUNDRY
(Opposite Catholic Church.)
Wahpeton, Dakota.
Free of Charge to any part of
The City.
Will be Starched anil Ironed, or will deliver
dry, uot Ironed.
Special rates to Families.
W. E. HA.NLY, Proprietor,
H. G-. ALBRECHT,
HARNES MAKER.
DEALER IN
Saddles, Collars, Blankets
Fly Nets, Ox Harness, Whips, Brushes and
Curne Combs, Sc.,
Opposite Post office. WAHPETON* Dakota
A.
H.
WORKMAN,
I S
Prescritions Carefully Com
pounded.
Opp. Jolin Nelson's Store.
W AH PETON, AKOTA
B. C. BERG
Has at the Northern Pacific depot, Wahpeton,
Dakota, a sufficient supply of the famous
O W O O I
From Underwood, Otteriail County, Minnesota,
constantly on hand.
Better quality than anywnere else in town.
Orders tor car load lots promptly attended to
Come and examine before purchasing.
All at Lowest Prices.
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Thursdays and Saturdays
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PASSEMQE& TRACTS
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And Sample Room*
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