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^Y B. PURCELL,
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ATTY, AND COUNSELOTT AT LAW.
ColleotionB a specialty. Oflioo over North
western Bank.
WAHPKTON, DAKOTA.
QHAS. B. WOLFE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Special attention given to matters before
.Department of Interior. OIHoo over
Pierce's Hardware Store.
WAHPKTON, DAKOTA.
pRANK GRAY,
ATTORNER AT LAW,
Hiclic'g Block. Office with 0. T. Swasuy.
WAHPKTON, ... DAKOTA.
QEO. D. SWA1NB, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SDRQEON.
Disease* of Women a specialty.
Office in Pierce's Block,
WAHPKTON, DAKOTA.
H. SNYDER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honey to Loan on Real Estate Chattel
Security. Office in Rich's Block.
WAHPKTON, DAKOTA.
jyjcCUMBEIt & BOG ART,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
AT LAW.
pecial attention given to Collections.
WAHPKTON, DAKOTA.
L.B
EVERDELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA, AND BKKCKKNRIDGF.,
MINNESOTA.
Wahpeton office with Adolph Bessie.
J£ZRA G. VALENTINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate Exchanged and Money to Loan.
Office in Wilkin couuty Bank building1.
BRKCKKNRIKOK, MINNESOTA.
H. KERMOTT, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON
And Aceoucheiir.
FAIRMOUNT, .... DAKOTA.
O'BRIEN, M. D. C. M.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, ACCOUCHER,
AND OCULIST.
Graduate of McGill University, Montreal
Canada. Office over Bank of Wuhpcton.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
£1 WIENSMA, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office over Miller's drutr store. English,
German and Scandinavien languages spoken.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
JNO.
C. PPATT.
J."
FAIRMOUNT, DAKOTA.
A. FRANKLIN, Ph. B., M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUIttiKON,
(Successor to Dr. Rockwell.)
Office in Bee Hive Block. Residence,
Eighth St., (Dr. Reno's house). Telephone
01. Office hours-!) to 11 a m. and 8 to 4 p. m.
gPALDING & TEMPLETON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Negotiators of flrst mortgage loans oil lted
River valley lands. Corner Broadway and
Second avenue.
FAlino. DAKOTA.
H.
S. SOWLES,
DKNTIST.
Office up stairs in Bee Hive Block.
QEO. M. HANLY,
SURGEON DENTIST.
Office over Peirce's Hardware Store.
WAIIPETON, .... DAKOT.
HEADQUARTERS
PGR--
Garden, Grass, Field and Tree Seeds
Baby Carriages, Express Wag
ons, Croquet Sets, Ham
mocks, Bird Cages,Base
Ball Supplies, Wall
Paper and Bor
ders.
Window
Curtains, School
Books and Supplies.
Window Glass,Paints and
Machine Oils, Paints Dry and
in Oil. Pure Mixed Paints, Var
nishes. Paint and Whitewash
Brushes. Wall Finish, Flower Pots,
etc. I have positively the largest
stock and make the lowest prices in
the west. Call and examine my
stock and prices,
Henry Miller's
Drug and Book Store, Dakota A
between 3d and 4th Streets,
Wahpeton, Dakota.
B. O. BER^,
Hs«-at the Northern Pacific Depot, Wahpeton,
Dakota, a RUllicient supply ol' the Famous
CORD WOOD
FROM UNDERWOOD,
Ottertail, County, Minnesota, Always on Hiin
Better Quality than anywhere else in the city
Orders for cur load lots promptly attended to
Come and Examine before buying elsewhere
ALL AT LOWEST KATES
Remember the Place, N. P. Depot.
C. BEBG, Wah peton, Dak.
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Vol. 10.
J. W. 1!LANT)1NG.
Att'y at IJOW and
Civil Engineer.
Attorney at Law.
LAW, LOANS AND COLLECTIONS.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
JOHN M. RUGGLES,
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
Titles to lands investigated and abstracts
lurnishcd.
WAHPETON. DAKOTA.
BUXTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Money to loan on real estate. Final proofs
made. Collections made. Suits prosecuted
and defended in all courts of Dakota and
Minnesota. Officeone door westof lice Hive
store.
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
jyjISS ENA KERMOTT. 1»
MUSIC TEACH Elt.
Instructions (riven on piano
or organ. Terms
moderate.
LOCAL NEWS:
A. L. Roberts is in St. Paul on
business, expecting to be back Satur
day.
11. N. Ink has money to loan on
real estate. 8tf
Another rain at an opportune
time sets the crops and prospects for
good times well to the front.
Dr. Swaine has a desirable house
to let.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Leonard have
a little son, he having put in an ap
pearance Monday of this week.
Ask your dealer for Wahpeton
Hour. 22
Mrs. Thomas Fitzsimraons, ac
companied by her little daughter,
has gone to her old home in Michigan
fur a few weeks visit.
the
Bran $12 per ton at
ton Holler Mills.
Nvxt
Wahpe
22
The Rev. J. M. LeBach left Texas
Monday of this week and will be at
Wahpeton and preach his iniatory
sermon Sunday next at the Congre
gational church.
All kinds of upholstering done to
order, in a workmanlike manner at
Lounsbury's Furniture Store. 4
Fred Stewart expects to leave for
St. Paul this week to buy a large
stock of heavy farm machinery.
Fred thinks good crops are now as
sured and that he can safely invest.
Carpets cleaned and relaid by
Lounsbury, the Furniture man. 4
Messrs. Hinman & Godown are at
work doing a sample room for
Thomas Maher, Breckenridge, and
the same is to be a first-class place.
Painter Noble is doing the painting
and decorating.
Mattrasses made over and reno
vated at Lounsbury's Furniture
Store. 4
D. Johnson is painting the out
side front of Seely's opera house in
a very artistic manner. Mr. John
son is a good one with a fancy
paint brush. He has recently done
some very pretty papering and
painting at the Headquarters hotel.
After the house cleaning period is
over, don't forget those choice cur
tains which arc so cheap at Louns
bury's. 4
Theo. Doerr is doing carpenter
and contract work again, he having
just finished a fine screen for Theo.
Jurgens. Mr. Doerr is among the
Pioneer contractors of the city and
11 ways gives satisfaction. Give
Itiin a call if you want any
thing in his line
comes the best finished
curtain pole in the market, which
Lounsbury handles in Cherry, Ma
hogany, Antique, Rosewood, Wal
nut and Ebony. Call and examine
(roods. 4
Next Sunday is Childrens Day at
the Congregational church. Ex
ercises will begin at the usual hour,
11:45 a. in., at the new hall in the
Ilayward building. Services will
be conducted by the new minister,
Mr. LaB.ich, in the evening of the
same day at same place.
viark Ooinstock has furnished
rooms to let.
We have been down to see the let
ter it is said Mrs. Michael Dohm has
from Texas, telling her that her
husband was lynched there recently
for horse stealing but the lady not
being at home we did not see the
letter. Its genuine&s is doubted
by men who know Mike's methods
—and yet that's what "the likes
o' him" might encounter, in that
country.
Mrs. M. II. Eaton has a very
handsome calla lily, the flower
measuring 24 inches in length. We
understand that the largest on
record so far was produced in Mich
igan and measured 22 inches, so it
would seem that Mrs. Eaton is at
the top of the list in the production
of this superb flower. Its a cold
day, indeed, when Dakota gets left.
Mrs. Laura G. Fixen will lecture
on temperance a week from Sunday,
the 17th inst., afternoon and even
ing, the place of meeting not hav
ing yet been decided upon. Mrs.
Fixen has the very best of testi
monials covering Indiana, Minne
sota, Pennsylvania, Quebec, Canada,
Texas, Wisconsin, Missouri, Ken
tucky, Iowa, Colorado, New York,
Illinois and Michigan, and it is said
that her addresses are replete with
wit, eloquence and pathos.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schiller
were blessed with a girl, Monday.
See The Red Front «ad' this week.
Harry advertises fresh strawberries
every morning and has them too.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. II. S. Ilyatt the 2d inst., and
has been named Marie, a very pretty
name for a pretty little girl.
Read the letter on electric light
for Wahpeton in this paper, and say
whether the city may or may not
avail itself of the opportunity of
fered. Can anything be done.
Several of the members of Sum
mer Post G. A. R. have gone over
to Fergus Falls to attend the Third
annual encampment now being held
at tiiat place. The Odd Fellows of
Minnesota also have an annual
meeting at that city at the same
time.
The firemen are now happy! The
city fathers have very justly voted
to pay the transportation of all fire
men attending the Grafton tourna
ment from this dity. The boys did
nobly last year at home, and this ac
tion by the council is just about the
right thing done, provided the city
expects to maintain a department.
Chairman Miksche is paying close
attention to the sewer being put in
from the river to Sixth street. Mr.
Miksche did not give us his full
plans but says the city will be pleas
ed with the work when done. The
Headquarters slops will likely be
conveyed to the railroad ditch under
cover or else extend the under
ground ditch up to the hotel and
catch this slop.
The Western Union telegraph
company has established a central
office over the Peoples Savings Bank,
and having removed Miss Jennie
Schorning, the lightning operator,
to these quarters will be greatly ap
preciated by the public, and will
undoubtedly bo a convenience to the
company itself. Wahpeton is fortu
nate in having one so capable as
Miss Schorning in charge of the of
fice here.
Mr. Julius Muggley the candidate
for county superintendent of schools
is not the jeweler, but a brother of
the latter. We make the statement
to clear away the impression that
prevails in some parts of the county
that Henry, the jeweler, is the can
didate. Julius, the candidate, is a
property holder and tax payer of
Centre township.—LATER. Since
the foregoing was put in type, Mr.
Muggley has withdrawn in favor of
r. Crocker and asks his friends to
support the latter.
ivir. iiouse is making so
many claims for his perfection of
I- the educational system of this
county, we consider that the records
of his office need a little perfecting.
One of the candidates was unable
to secure a list of school officers from
the superintendent last Saturday.
To us it suggests that his records
were in hard shape since he cannot
furnish such data as was asked for.
Of all others the county superinten
dent should be familiar with every
school official in the county. Sup
pose our other county records were
in tho same state, what would be
thought of our county officials. And
yet Mr. nouse had no difficulty in
mailing those Moulton circulars to
every school official in the county.
The facts on the face of the matter
indicate that Mr. House has no sys
tem of keeping records,—other than
will serve him in retaining the office,
whether the public service rendered
is adequate or not.
Bismarck Tribune The reading
of "TheBlueand the Gray," by Mrs.
Judge Francis, was one of the in
teresting features of the Decoration
day exercises at the Presbyterian
church yesterday, and those who
were familiar with the beautiful
poem noticed the reading of an ad
ditional verse. This was an origi
nal production from Judge Francis
and its rythm and sentiment cer
tainly commends it as a choice piece
of literary addendum
When the sound ol the trumpet solemn,
Shall summon the world into line,
And our soldiers in mighty column.
Shall "front face" the Glory divine
Then by the Good and the True,
At the great judgment day,
Mercy and peace for the Blue
Mercy and peace for the Gray.
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•Mi3 $&*> JSLM6&^
In another place in to-day's pa
per will be found Prof. Muggley's
withdrawal from the field as a can
didate for county school superin
tendent, and the same is done at an
opportune time, in a manly and
candid fashion, in favor of Prof.
Croeker. Mr. Muggley was very
sincere in his desires to gain the su
perintendency. feeling that he
would in various ways benefit him
self, and at the same time give the
couty a first-class management of
its public schools, but things taking
such a turn as rendered the defoat
of Mr. House more than doubtful
and consequently the prpspcct for
reform lessened, Mr, Muggley does
the courageous thing in surrender
ing his personal interests in the
contest to the better feature of the
public «vants, and will be accorded
duo credit therefor. And he now
asks his friends, one and all, to
turn their attention to Prof. Crocker
and give him an election.
THOSE "UNSOLICITED" NAMES.
The Gazette puts itself in an
awkward position, to say tho least,
in preceding Supt. House's "in
dorsement," signed by some 140 men
of the county with a statement that
the thing was "entirely unsolicited
by Mr. House," when every man in
the double column knows that his
name was solicited to tho document
and that the latter was in no sense
or case prepared by any one of them,
but on the contrary printed and sent
them through the mails under a blind
for their signatures, which facts are
not only well known to Mr. Morrill,
but the latter knows that Mr. House
has never denied that he wrote his
own "indorsement," proper, and
was to the trouble of securing the
names and paying all expense in the
premisos. And we submit that The
Gazette docs a foolish and dishonest
thing in thus trying to uphold
tho trickery of a man who of all of
ficials should be honorable and can
did in all transactions before the
public and rising generation in par
ticular.
TIM TIMKS has explained the meth
od pursued by Mr. Ifouso in this
matter, and think it is a shame that a
newspaper would aid through selfish
purposes the perpetration of that
sort of a fraud on the public at the
expense of candidates vastly his
superior.
But now since l'rof. Muggley hits
withdrawn in favor of Prof. Crocker,
give your support to the latter, and
secure good and economical manage
ment of the schools of the county in
the future.
Courteous Treatment
iOf his patrons has built up many a
man's fortune. Corporations which
havo good common sense realize this
and make attentive courtesy to tho
|traveling public a factor of succcss
and popularity.
Foremost among railroad com
panies acting upon the conviction
that this is a valuable business rule
is "The Burlington"—Chicago. Bur
lington & Northern R. Jt. All in
quiries of passengers as to time of
trains, stop-over privileges, change
of cars, routes and connections, will
be attentively received and politely
answered by any officer or employe
of the road, and all reasonable
founded complaints of detention,
connections missed, loss of baggage,
overcharges, or discourtesy will be
promptly investigated and ample re
dress given. For information as to
routes, tickets. etc., call on local
agent or addivss W. J. C. Kcnyon,
Gen. Pass. Agent C. 1J. & N. R. 11.,
St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED.
One Thousand Men
To Buy Boots and Shoes at J. A.
HUNT'S ONE 1'Ji ICE SIIOE
STORE. I am overstocked in Men's
Seamless Shoes in IJutlon, Lace and
Congress at $2.00 per parr. .Also a
line for $2.50 and S3.00 that are
World Beaters. One Hundred pairs
of Ladies' Dongola Kid Shoes for
82.50, worth
Two Hundred pairs of Ladies'
Good shoes for .-S2.00, $2.25 and
$2.50 per pair.
We are Overstocked and Must
Reduce it.
The above prices are Good for
Thirty Days Only.
J. A. HUNT,
The ONE PRICE SHOE DEALER.
%Mamm
Wahpeton, Richland Co., Dakota, Thursday, June 7, 1888. No. 10.
ANOTHER CANDIDATE.
To the Patrons of Richland County:
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for County Superintendent.
For the past six years I have been
principal of the Wahpeton schools,
and should you entrust to me the
management of your schools, you
may expect the faithful discharge
of every duty. W. G.
Loss
my
CNOOKICN.
YOUR SHADOW!
For the time being remember that
W. C. Iloit will make cabinet pic
tures for $3 per dozen, and that all
first-class work will be done
at reasonable rates. Don't let this
chance slip.
HOUSE TO RENT.
J. W. Donavon has a neat and
desirable house to rent, near Brooks
Bro's store. Mr. D. may be seen on
the street as he is street commis
sioner.
A fresh arrival of parlor goods
and chamber sets at Lounsbury's.
Call and see new goods and learn
prices. 4
Of
All
Four Doors West of Postcllice.
VEGETABLES in their SEASON,
:UM) niaUc special OIVOIIH to supply my customers with Kro.sli Kicgs unit Kxccllcnt
flutter. IVimo Csittlo, Shoep, Hogs, Hides, etc., always wanted.
A REDUCTION.
Surgeon Dentist Ilanly says THE
TIMES may state for him that for
the next 30 days he will manufac
ture teeth for &8.00 per set, incliul
ing best quality of teeth and ma
tcrial. And that other work will
be done proportionately low.
TRUNKS AND REPAIRING.
Just received, a large stock of
trunks, satchels, «fcc., of all kinds
also a full stock of extras, such as
keys, locks, hinges, slats and
clinchcs, and can repair any trunk
no matter in what condition, as
strong and nice as a new one.
II. G. ALIMvEOIIT,
Harness Maker, Wahpeton.
TO THE PEOPLE.
I am a candidate for superinten
dent of schools. I am thoroughly ac
quainted with all requirements for
an efficient supervision of schools,
and if re-elected will continue to
work faithfully for educational ad
vancement in Richland county,
have found a generally favorable
sentiment and shall appreciate all
good words that friends may say
I for mo. Very truly, W. M. HOUSE.
STRAWBERRIES
And all kinds of Vegetables Fresh
Every Morning at
THE RED FROST
Confectionery and Fruits.
Kinds ill their Season.
Best Brands of Cigars and Cigarettes.
-A Kilt I.iivo of-
Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos,
Pipes and Smokers' Supplies.
H. H. MILLS,
The Model Market
Is tlie place lo go to got
MEATS, GAME AND FISII.
I mil in iny new quarters on llie COKNKIt OK FIFTH STRUCT
and DAKOTA AVKi\TK, better prepared limn over (o
serve customers Willi First Class Meats. I keep
Will. NOHT1IEY, Proprietor.
BANK OF WAHPETON,
WAHPETON, DAKOTA.
Loans Negrtiated ca niproved Property Ocean Passage Tickets and Insurance.
GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
O S O N E E S O 1 1 I
M. T. STEVENS.
Stoves, Tinware, Farming Tools, rumps, Lead Pipe, Carpenters' Tools
and everything usually kept in a lirst-class Hardware Store.
Agent for FaIRBANK'S SCALES.
Wahpeton, D. T.
98c. a Bushel
what F.UtMKliS can realize from every bushel oi wheat they bring to my Mill find get ground.
Ilere arc the figures to prove it
10 lbs Merit. Straight Flour (d) $2.35 per sack
12 lbs Dran
0 lbs Shorts
charge lor grinding.
1
You see it don't pay lo sell your wheat and buy Hour when you can do FIFTY PKIl C'KNT better
with me and KUIJ.Y as good Hour as you can buy, and from your own wheat loo.
Mako no mistake ill the Mill when you come.
ALVA H. KIRK,
Owner of PARK ROLLER MILLS,
FERGUS FALLS. MINNESOTA. 11
Easy
PatBit AistiG Seat.
or agriculture machinery can be attached to
all lurin machinery now in use. The trader,
signed culls tho special attension of the farmine
community to his patent seat, which, although
upon the market but a short time has neverthe
less received tlie greatest and best recommen.
uations from all those who have given It a fhir
trial, farmers cannot nor will not do without It.
when onco used. Its cost la small but its ad.
vantages aro groat. Easiest and best riding
seat lor agriculture machine ever introduced.
Bciow will be found a few of the many uuso.
Heitcil testimonials which I am daily receiving.
tlionik y"1
a°ricuIluro
Kor
I'tii'thci-
inventor,
Mr.
WARE.
75 per lOO lbs. 09
85 per 100 lbs 05
machinery dealers for
information call on or address the
I
CHAS. BEMGSH,
Wahpeton, Dakota.
.JKSWjQBKOISf IMSMm
WILKIN COUUTY, MINK., May 3d, 1888.
Mr, Charles ticncsli, Wahpeton, D. T.
The seat which I bought from you last summer
is all you represented it to be. It has given mo
entire satisfaction. Yours truly,
ll
4
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FRANK BEZIMEK.
SKYMOURE, D. T. April 35th, 1888.
Mr. C. Rcnesli, Wahpeton.
I used the seat I bought from you on my
mower and binder. It is the best seat over made
for that piirpo.se. Kvcry farmer should have
one. Yours truly, PETER POLDA.
Iticm.ANJ) COUNTY, April, 1888.
Chas. lienosli, Wahpeton, D. T.
Dear Sir:—I used one of your patent seats last
summer and found it in every respect all that
you claiincd. It is tlio best I ever used and I
cau recommend it highly. JOHN TRIBKE.
WAHPETON, D. T., April 23,1888.
Clias. Bcnesli, Wahpeton, D. T.
Sir—Your patent seat for farming machinery
has been lully tested by me during the last year
harvesting and this year seeding, and I can say
that it lias given entire satisfaction and 1 would
not for double its price be without one. I
believe that its use will ore long becomo general
among all farmers. AI.BKRT FORMANECK.
WAHPETON, Dec. 30th, 1887.
The adjusting seat, patented by Chas. Benesli
is a line thing. I took one on trial and would
not do without it now. I cut 300 acres in 10
days and have found out how useful the seat
Formerly it was about three days alter I Unished
harvesting beloro I could straighten up, but this
year I fell as good the last day as I did the flrst.
MAT. I.ORENTZ.
DWIUHT, D. T., May 1st, 1888.
Clias. Bcnesli, Esq., Walipotou, D. T.
Dear Sir—Are you now manufacturing your
latent seats. If so you will have many calls
'or it from this part of the county this season, as
the ono I bought from you last year has been
seen by many who arc much pleased with it and
have expressed their intention to purchase one.
lam well satislled with it and would not part
with mine for any money. Yours
MIKESERNKA.
liinuKitwoon, D. T.. April '.Mill 1888.
Mr. C. Ilenesh, Wahpeton.
Dear Sir—1 used tho spring scat last summor
on tny mower and binder. I would net bo with
out it lor donlilo the cost. Yours truly,
a
FRANK PARIZEE,
DWHIHT, D. T., April 20th, 1888.
I have used Clias. Benesli's adjusting scat, and
must say that it is the best seat that ever was
made. II stops all the shaking and jarring and
man can sit as still as though lie were sitting
in
chair. Kvory farmer should have one.
FRANK DOLESKV.
WAHPETON, I). T., April 81st, 1888.
(jlcnlleineii r.ast Juno I bought a seat of
Charles Bcnesli that I can put on any machine
in live miiiulcs, and now I ride with perfect ease
oil the rotifrlicsl ground. No farmer should be
ilhoiit such a seal, especially when mewing
on rough ground. F. J. FORMANECK.
your new patent scat which
list year. Well
must say
I.
felt like they were broken. Your
ant! has uo bad ell'ccts, as
man ail to pieces going
$ 1.08
10
$ .98
£)&&&& L-A
1
DWIGHT, D. T.. April S8th, 1888-
lienosli, Wahpeton, D. T.
Sir—You asked me some time ago bowl
used it this winter
1 4
liked
1
I bought from yon
I
that I am well satis-
lied witii it, and that I never intend
out one if I have to pay live times
as
I
paiil you.
being with­
as much for it
I
as a seat to
my slcigli ami i! worked tip top.
Yours,
FRANK KOSEK.
i\lc('.ii'i.K'Wii.LK, MINN., April 27tll,
Clias. Henesh, Wahpeton,
Sir—The people round this
which I bought from you last year,
that, but cau say that the use
benelilled me inasmuch, as
not have done with the
"ft
1888.
D.
T.
section ol the
country who have seen and Iried tho
patent seat
call you tho
farmer's benefaeior. Well I do not
know about
of
it,
lias greatly
I could do a good
long day's work with my harvester
which I could
old
scat,
as my bones
seat rides easy
it does not shake a
over rough ground.
Hope you ill sell many
this
year.
Yours truly
BAKE BALIRO.
DWIUHT TOWNSHIP, April, 1888.
Mr. Benesli, Wahpeton, D. T.
Sir—I used one of your scats last year and It
has pleased me so much that I enclose herein
$5.00 for which please send me another one as
soon as possible, as I want to jflace it on one of
my sulky plows. I can fully recommend It and
you aro at liberty to icier any one to me.
FRANK NOVOTHT.
WILKIN COUNTY, MrNN April 14,1888.
Mr. Chas. Benesli, Wahpeton, D. T. .1
Sir—My neighbor used ono of Mnr Skti
seats last year, and lie praised it y^nvuch tha
was induced to go on his Held ifnd try It. I
found that he did not over-estimate Its merits
and I made up my mind to havo one this year.
Will you please send me ono a.s goon ai possible
and when 1 come to town I will call on yon •nd
pay for it. NEILS LARSOV,
WAJIFETON, D. T., April 33,1868.
Ciias. Benesli, Ksq., Wahpeton, D. T.
Dear Sir—Having used your patent seat on my
harvester ami mower 1 take pleasure In stating
that it is the best seat I ever used, being easy to
adjust ou any machine and the most comfort'
able riding on uneven laud doing away with the
jar generally felt in tho old style seat. I highly
recommend it to all farmers and predict great
.succcss to you with the same. Yours truly,
A.J. KORMAWJCCJC.
WAIIPETON, April
26,1888.
Charles Beucsh, Wahpeton.
Dear Sir—I used the spring seat I bought of
you on my mower lust summer and found it all
and more than you represented. I would not,''
be witi.oul it for double the cost. Yours truly,
A I.BERT CHUM.
WAHPETON, April at, 1888.
Chas. Benesli. Wabpeton.
I purchased one ol your spring seats last
and used it on my mower cottlng grass Oft
river bottom, which is covered with poekt^^'i^
gopher mounds, and I can say that with
these seats I rode with perfect ease. Ifany opei"
is doubtful about this, let him try one and HiP
convinced. Respectruly Jos. CaxmSiilid
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