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Ne. 23, passenger, westbound, 2:51
#. m.
No. passenger, westbound, 11:51
p. m.—midnight.
iXo. 22, passenger, eastbound, il.37
A. BQ.—noon.
JNo. 8, passenger, eastbound, 7:28
9. m.
JSlo. 91, freight, westbound, 4:10 p. m.
No.
freight, eastbound,
CO.
7:50
a.
ADAMS.
Miss Edna McGrath of St.
has been visiting friends here
Miss Laura Lewison went -to Aus
tin Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. McBroom are home
from their visit to Chicago and other
eastern points.
John Meurer is hdme from Wild
Rose, N. D., where he has been en
joying- claim life.
Frank Winkles is building a barn.
EJ. Smith has gone to Superior to
work on the road.
J. H. Krebsbach and wife have
«one to Reeder, N. B„ and expect to
be away a month.
Ben Karst has gone to Milwaukee
for special treatment for his injured
eye.
Miss Leooa Krebsbach is home
from the hospital in St. Paul con
siderably improved since her opera
tion but not yet strong.
P.
Cumijiins who was hurt on July
4
is gaining slowly. Mr. Cummins'
team ran away throwing the aged
man to the ground and fracturing his
shoulder bone. We hope he will
soon be around again.
Henry Stefony and Anton
Schneider each have a new Ford car.
On Tuesday June 30th
Fretful Grinding of Teeth Tossing
in Sleep Peculiar Dreams—any one
of these indicate Child has Worms.
Get a box of Kickapoo Worm Killer
at once. It kills the Worms—the
cause of your ?hild's condition. Is
Laxative and aids Nature to expel
1
,for:
6
wto
a
Easy children take,
your Druggist.—Adv.
visit from her niece Mrs E
O'Brien and family who came up gazle
W. S. Rathbun 'andLsisfer of Nor
wich, Conn., arrived last Tuesday for
a visit with' their cousin, Mrs. J. H.
Smith. Mr. Rathbun departed on
Wednesday evening, but Miss
bun remainsgflor a longer visit:'
I Mr. and Mfcs. p. M. Mclntyre and
Hattie^ove jdo-vrnin their car from
Minneapolis Friday returning Mon
day mofning. r:
A. E. Mapes of Tolnah, N- D., was
shaking hands with former friends
here Thursday. Mrs. Mapes is visit
ing her parents in Spring Valley and
will stop off here later on.
Bern to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sny
der a daughter, July 11. The little
Miss has been named Maxine Mary
1 Snyder.
I Mrs. Rostron of Minneapolis $nd
Mr. and Mrs. Bailley of Erskine,
Minn., were guests at O. C. La Bar's
the first of the week.
Mrs. Elsie Vaughari went, to Hay
ward Saturday to spend a few weeks
Peter with her daughter,' Mrs. R, Chaffee.
A. J. Salzgeber'of Winona was a
guest at the H. B. Roe home Thurs
day evening
MisS" Lillian Thompson of Minne
apolis will give a missionary talk at
the church Wednesday afternoon.
We hope a goodly number will at
tend.
The annual school election will be
held at the schoolhouse Saturday
evening, July
18th
Savage Mont., occurred one of the Wehringer.
prettiest church weddings that has Miss Juanita Bates made her week
taken place in Savage for some time \y
Miss Alma Hanson spent last week
at the J. F. Gager home in Le Roy.
HAS YOUB CHILD WORMS?
Most children do. A Coated,
Purred Tongrue, Strong Breath
Stomach Pains^ Circles under Eyes,
Pale, Sallow Complexion Nervous,
at
7:30.
—.
The Di­
rectors are very desirous to have all
voters come out as the question in
regard to moving the schoolhouse
will again come up.
O. C. La Bra went to Rochester last
He came home to spend Sunday re
turning Monday to undergo an oper
ation.
Edna Gregson was a guest at E?
I. Carll's last week.
Elmer Stevens went to his home at
Adams Wednesday.
A phone was installed at the resi
dence of B. R. Summy Monday.
H. Kezar autoed over from Sar
geant Thursday and took Mrs. E.
Summv, Mrs. J. Bloss, Mrs. Ullen
rich and Miss Veta Johnson to spend
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tuftee, Ar-! the day with "relatives in Brownsdale I fatherland
thur Tuftee and Alex Laufle of Aus- and Sargeant.
tin made an auto trip to the Johnson j. Mosser returned to Chicago
farm on Thursday. ... I Thursday. His son, Fred remained
1914
at high here to spend some time with his
noon in the Presbyterian church at! grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
tr
ip
to
when Miss Myrtle Imogene Mellen has a class of music scholars over
and Mr. Carl Knutson were united there.
in the holy bonds of matrimony with, Miss Elizabeth Field called on Mrs.
Rev. O: N. Grefthen of Glendive as Soule Friday. JtiflMl
officiating clergyman. Carl was a
former Adams boy.
N
John
Waltham Tuesday. She
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John. Zimmerman, named Mere-I
dith May Zimmerman, was interred
in the Lansing cemetery Thursday
is extended to the bereaved parents.
Mrs. Zimmerman has been in a very
critical condition but is slowly gain
ing.
from
on
At«In/iinnr nf Toafh TAOQITIOF
go. Mrs. Emma Ullerick, who accom
panied them out here remains for a
longer visit.
The Baptist church organization
met at the church Saturday and elect
ed the following officers: Mrs. M.
Thompson, clerk Mrs. J. H. Smith
2 5 re as S re an
Mrs. H. B. Runyan missionary secre
taries. Stanley Vaughan, Mrs. H. B.
Roe and Mrs. Stanley Vaughan trus
tees. Stanley Vaughan was elected
LE ROY. deacon in place of J. G. Vaughan, de
Mrs. W. D. Harden received a
cejsed.
Mrs- R- L-
from Waukon, Iowa in their car. Pearson were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Schaefer and son of
Cincin-
nati, Ohio are guests of her sister,1 ^r,s l*,e
Mrs. Jacob Gieger. The two sisters
friends. Dell reports good success in guests at H. B. Roes Sunday.
his work as a state deputy for the
Yoemen in Wisconsin, while .their
life in the beautiful city of Ocono- **-.»»«•
mowoc one of the famous summer re- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Weber. Mrs.
sorts of the country is particularly J* F. Beatty and Hazle accompanied
pleasant. her as far as Lansing and spent the
Mrs. Maud Redfield and Miss S. H. Vaughan..
Lydia Davis came down from Austin
1.
last Tuesday in the formers car. in housework at Mrs. O. C. LaBar's.
Dr. Ray Becker and wife departed Ftester was called Thursday
for Westbourne, Canada to pay his Stella Thompson, who had a
brother an extended visit. The doc- slight attack of tonsilitis.
tor attended the meeting of state
Veterinarians at Northfield enroute.
Jerry Kingsley has been on the
sick list.
Miss Alma Tiegen of Adam's was a
recent visitor at the Sprung home.
The W. C. T. U. will meet on
Thursday July
16
at
3
p. m. at the
home of Mrs. W. K. Porter. Leader,
Mrs. Hine. A cordial invitation to
all.
The Woman's Missionary society
of the Presbyterian church will hold
its "Guest Day" meeting in the
church Friday afternoon, July
17.
A
special program is being prepared.
H. H. Bith'er is suffetenig from
severe injuries received Wednesday
when he fell from a load of hay,
striking on his head.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Stiles are en
tertaining their daughter Mrs. Grace
Stevens and five children who, ar
rived Tuesday from Athens Ont.
Miss Floy McKee has returned to
Morristown, S. D., after spending
several weeks at home.
STOPS NEURALGIA—KILLS PAIN.
Sloan's Liniment gives instant
relief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It
goes straight to the painful part
Soothes the Nerves and Stops the
Pain. It is also good for Rheuma
tism, Sore Throat, Chest Pains and
Sprains. You don't need to rub—it
penetrates. Mr. J. R. Swinger,
Louisville, Ky., writes: "I suffered
with quite a severe Neuralgic Head
ache for four months without any
relief. I used Sloan's Liniment for
two or three nights and ,1 haven't
suffered with my bead sinee." Get a
bottle today. Keep in the bouse all
the time for pains and all hurts. 25c
50c and $1,00 at your Druggist.
Buckled's Arnica »Salve for.- all
Johnson and daughters,
and Louise
and Miss Helen
Friday and Saturday.
and
came from Germany at different ^eapolis and visited in Austin over
times and had not seen each other for
ayv
1
thirty-two years. I The L. D. Batrd family at the
Dell Voss and family arrived last bungalow are entertaining many Aus
Friday from Oconomowoc, Wis., in tinites. On Wednesday Mrs. Batrd
their auto for a y'sit of two or three received sixty callers.
weeks with relatives and many Mr.
and
accomPamed
Mr.
Mrs. M. Mclntyre from Min-
Mrs. M. Burton, were
Mrs. Byron Morton of Blooming
Prairie drove up Monday in a car
Miss Bessie Clark and Mrs. Jas.
B. Clark spent Sunday at the Art
Parkins farm in Lansing.
Miss Selma Lee has returned to
her home in Lansing after a success
ful operation at St. Olaf hospital.
LYLE.
K. O. Brakke of Sacred Heart is
visiting at the home of his daughter,
Mrs]
Mrs. C. A. Roberts was an Austin
caller Monday.
Mrs. Stafford returned last week to
her home at Fort Dodge after a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Cole.
Miss Hazel Hildebrand arrived
home Saturday after a month's stay
at Anoka and St. Paul.
Mrs. C. Andean and children
returned Monday.
Miss Mary Arneson was an Austin
caller Monday.
Mrs. O. H. Dahl transacted probate
court business at Austin Thursday
morning.
Miss Lillian Peterson-' went to
Anoka Thursday to visit with her
sister, Mrs. Hildebrand.
Mrs. Di^con was a Mason City vis
it qr Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Penny of Stacyville is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs: P.
A, Johnson.
The Art-Rice family of Austin visit,
ed at Dixon and Hughson homes the
week end.
^^Ray?" Dearborn was down from
Austin .and assisted in the DeLaney
t2 I
a
BLOOMING PRAIRIE^
r:^*Mrs.
Ed Pfeifer aged
26
at Rochester July
years died
3
where she had
gone for an operation.' She died be
fore she entered the hospital. She
leaves a husband and three small
children. Funeral services were held
last Monday conducted by Rev.
P. Rasmussen. ,' y.%
Margory T. Pock the^year old
daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. P. R.
Dock died last Saturday after a lon|g
illness with. anemia* -, Rev .Rasmussen
conducted services at: the: --church
Tuesday afternoon ,, fhe father and
mother, two sisters,"two brothers are
left to .mourn.
Vince Schisler departed Thursday
of last week for Fargo N. D., return
ing Saturday1 with?
a carload of Em
pire crecon separators worth
$8000.00
which had been sold and were brot
here for delivery.
Miss Geraldine Cummins and.iMiss
Imelda Cashman are visiting at the
M'j Dugan- home in Austin.
Mrs. S&m Peterson" has been re
ceiving W visit from her sister, -Mrs.
Geo. Brandner arid two children of
Winner, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Keenan are
visiting their daughter at Pierz.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Lund announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Marie Christine to Lieutenant T. A.
Fogarty, 8th Cavalry U. S. A. of
Manila, Phillippine Islands.
Rev. Mr. E. A. Gilmore and daugh
ter Wilma of St. Paul came Monday
evening for a few days visit with
friends. Mr. Gilmore was formerly
pastor of the Baptist church here.
Rev. C. D. Belden had a critical
surgical operation Tuesday morning
of last week for removal of prostate
gland. He ,is getting along favor
ably, but the final result of the opera-
Tuesday to consult the^ Drs. ^Mayo. J'tion cannot yet be known—Mower
County Transcript. The above may
be of interest to our readers, Mr.
Belden having been pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church here sev
eral years ago.
A daughter arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Franklin last week.
Dr. C. A. Roberts was in Owatonna
on professional business Wednesday.
Nels P. Hanson left Wednesday
for his old home in Copenhagen,
Denmark. His many friends wish
him an enjoyable visit in the
C. A. Peterson has gone to Plaza,
N. D., for a ten days stay.
Dr. Melby was in Rochester Fri
day.
Palmer Ulland has been appointed
a member of the Farm Boys Club at
the State Fair, being the representa
tive from Freeborn county.
Emil Christianson had the mis
fortune in breaking his leg on Friday
of last week while adjusting a rope
on a hay sling in the barn of Fred
Kruckerberg. At present he is get
ting along nicely..
L. G: Campbell from Owatonna
transacted business here with the vil
afternoon. Ou^ heartfelt sympathy lage council last Monday night. It is
the intention to arrange for all day
electric light service thus giving the
people a chance to have electric
power to run small machinery.' We
are in hopes this will come true.
Mr. and Mrs. Churchill returned
Minneapolis Thursday, going
heir homeward journey to Chica
BUCXLEN'S ARNICA SALVE FOR
CUTS. BURN§. SORES.
Mr. E. S. Loper, Marilla, N. Y.,
writes: "I have never had a Cut,
Burn, Wound or Sore it would not
heal." Get a box of Bucklen's Ami
ca Salve today. Keep handy at all
times for Burns, Sores, Cuts,
Wounds. Prevents Lockjaw. 25c at
your Druggist.—Adv.
GRAND MEADOW.
J. F. Krause has purchased the L.
H. Eastman farm near Racine recent
ly purchased by W. A. Nolan.
Minar Bussell has returned from
an extended stay in the east with re
latives at Augusta, Maine.
Miss Lydia Schleiger spent Friday
at Spring Valley.
Mrs. Joseph Fugle was an Austin
visitor Friday.
B. E. Stimson and Mr. and Mrs.
Miles McGowan of Austin spent Sun
day with their son and brother
George Stimson and family.
going on to Austin _to visit her par- |!ast w«ek for a brief stay- before go
ing to the Jester summer home be
tween Brownsdale- and Austin.
lir
Miss .Annie Goetsch is assisting
Grand Meadow children are busy
this week at the merry-go-round.
Miss Julia Axness and Bessie and
Elger Jester of St. Paul were here
Born ta Mr. ant Mrs. H. C. Peter
son Monday^ July- 6, a- son.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Correll re
turned to New York having spent
several days with friends here
Miss Emma- Bohn left for Austin
where she attends the University.
Born Sunday July
5
to. Mr. and
Mrs. Iver Uglum, a daughter.
RACINE.
Mrs Sarah Davis and daughter
Lucue were Stewartville visitors last
week.
Mrs. Anna Hicks is home from Da
kota for a visit with her father. Mr.
Pruessler.
Frank Correll was called from
Dubuque la., to attend the funeral of
Geo. Correll.
J. A. Stark spent a part of last
week in Minneapolis.
John Roth, wife and daughter of
Rochester visited at the Havenor
home last week.
Clarence Christofferson of Grinnell
Iowa is home for a visit with his
parents.
Henry Jahns was given a surprise
on his birthday Sunday by a company
of neighbors and friends.
Thesannual school meeting of the
county will be held Saturday
•!c* A I w»w» i"Wtt|^AivxTSt -:'ivnccskcrii
be
place of Ira Ford. 1 Henry Duerst of Eau Claire Wis.,
and Mrs. L., AyStye$man'.and IVisited friehds and relatives?,
1 few "days last week. J&-
nj
oy^id tM'tel
eftiratio'n and'Shindayed Several fro
18th.
The Stewartville meeting will be held
at Fire Hall. -.n:
Miss
:Clara
Elland- has gone to
Blair, Wis., for a„, -visits of. some
weeks at her home.^^
The Ladies Aid of the Washington
M. E. church will be entertained
Thursday by Mrs. J. W.
Atkins.
LYLE CENTER.
T'
Fred and Maud Vest attended the
Alumni banquet at Austin Thursday
evening.' &jL
Word comes 'of the birth of a scfn
to Mr. apd Mrs. Fred Kneeskern of
Castalia, Iowa, Mrs. Kneeskern will
remembered as Stella Beadle,
this neighb(*^6od
Lutheran t*di«
... «, vv
^at/the Hanson farm Sunday.
-Mr. and Mrs. Adam. Duerst enter
tamed the following relatives at din-
Sunday: Mr. Duersts' mother.,
Mrs. Richardson of Madison, Wis.
Mr. Henry Duerst of Eau Claire,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roase
Minneapolis, John Duerst and
family, Mrs. Arthur Gemmel and
children, Mr. and Mrs. George Rpch
_-ford and children, Mrs. TVest and
This was^thfe first time the
P$Frst'family lidd -sbeeii together
sit^e.' they were1". children, 4there~ was
fine sister who could not be with
rhem.
Miss Alta Backes left Sunday even
ing for her bcSne at ^reeport," 111.,
after a weeks visit at the .... George
Aultfather home.
SARGEANT.
The ball game Sunday which was to
be between Waltham and Sargeant
turned out to be Sargeanjt vs. Ausfm
assisted by some Waltham players.
The battery was Monahan P. and
Smith C. of Austin. Score was
favor Austin. Some
3
YOUR'RE BILIOUS AND COSTIVE!
-Sick Headache, Baa Breath, Sour
Stomach, Furred Tongue and Indi
gestion, Mean Liver and Bowels
clogged. Clean up tonight. Get a
25c bottle of Dr. King's New Life
Pills today and empty the stomach
and bowels of fermenting gassy
foods and waste. A full bowel
movement gives a satisfied, thank
ful feeling—makes you feel fine.
Effective,' yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c
at your Druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for
Burns.—Adv.
WALTHAM.
We are having ffne weather for
haying, cultivating corn etc., and
crops are looking fine in this vicinity.
Mrs. A. Rockwell and son, Ernest
were Waltham callers Sunday. F. C.
Garbisch has a fine five passenger
Maxwell car, purchased from Mr.
Frogner of Hayfield.
C. C. Erickson and wife and son,
Oscar motored to Rochester last
week.
Several people from this vicinity
attended the ball game at Sargeant
Sunday.
Miss Adla Richardson and father
of Waukegan 111:, are visiting at the
R. L. Richardson home just west of
town.
Geo. H, Boliou and wife returned
Saturday from their trip to La
Crosse, Beaverdam and other Wis
consin points.
W. A. Chapman came up Sunday to
spend Sunday at the parental home.
The State Road from Waltham to the
county line is nearing completion and
will make a very good road.
W. H. Decker sold several cars of
stock this week, some being shipped
to Wisconsin and other distant points.
A reception was given at the Ziem
er home last Friday evening in honor
of Miss Brinton of Austin, a fine
lunch being served. Miss, Brinton
has been a very popular Secretary of
the Y. W. C. A. the past two years.
LONDON.
The Gibson girls of Duluth are visit*
ing friends and relatives here.
Our church is receiving a coat of
paint.
Mrs. Alba Bump and her sister Mrs.
Anderson drove to Austin Tuesday.
Several from here attended the fun
eral of the late Arthur Gemmel at his
home in Cedar City Thursday after
noon. Rev. TenBroeck of Austin of
ficiated Mr. (Jemnftel wm«* member
of A. O: U. W. at Austin.
Theodore Cipra* and Gefopgi® Stej
•kosky. w-ere married Jpuly & Tie hap
py couple went to Mititteagnoiis- on
their wedding trip They willt reside
in Albert Lea-.
Mr. John Keefe and* wife returned.
from» Montana Saturday, *&«££ they
wertt for her health which fe not
much- improved w*- are sorry te lfearn.
/fclba" Bump and family went to
Austin, Tuesday
Mrs. O. JV Hoium visited her sister,
Mrs. O. J. Share in Albert Lea last
week,
Fpress
€C
30
to
:time
ago Sar­
geant played Waltham, score was 11
to
favor of Sargeant. Waltham got
sore and hired some League players
for the return game.- Sargeant olayed
with hqme men only.
Sargeant still holds the honors of
defeating Waltham with its home
men, as the Austin players won the
game for Waltham Sunday and not
the Waltham players.
Sargeant does not claim to be a
league team but will cross bats with
any team made up of home men.
OR sevent y-five years-three
quarter of a centmy—the ex
has been the right-hand
of the shippers of commercial
America. The Express came to
Austin, Minnesota, in 1867 and it
came to stay. For 47 years it
has been the right-hand of com
mercial Austin.
It is here to btay. Thfe bthef
day .when reports wint otit that
^WHOL^SALE ^J^Ord
DO YOUR .OWN, SHOPPING
Give* Ae BEST VALUE for Ymt Moaey
Every Kind from Cotton to Silk, For Men. Women and Children
P. Bump was able to be moved to
his home in Austin, Monday. 1
DEXTER.
Mrs. C. V. Miller and children re
turned Sunday from Austin, where
they spent a few days with Mrs. Mil
ler's parents.
Mrs. G. W. King went to Illinois
Sunday to see her sister who is quite
sick.
Miss Margie Warn returned Friday
from a visit in Mason City.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Buck of Rose
Creek spent Sunday at the George
McNeir home.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirk
wood, a son.
Mrs. Jake Jacobson and son,
George, were in Austin Saturday.
Mabel Ramseth spent Sunday at
the W. J. Root home.
L. A. Medbery, Mrs. Hunt and
daughter, Grace were in Austin Sat
urday.
E. Karrow transacted business in
Austin Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Woodford spent
Sunday at the Deaver home.
F. M. Cbnkiin of Brownsdale was
in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer. Wakefield
spent Sunday at the Jim Lewis home
near Brownsdale.
Mr. and Mrs, Asa Chase spent
Sunday Spring Valley.
G. W. King and daughter, Mrs
Richard Rahilly visited at the F. M.
Conklin home in Brownsdale Satur
day evening.
Lyall Leach and Gladys Mott spent
Sunday at the former's home.
Langen brothers and sister of
Bingen Lake, came Monday for a
visit. Mrs. Ernest Langley and chil
dren accompanied them home.
BmK Aid.
Great works are performed not by
strength but by perseveration.—Sam
uel Johnson.
AnyJColor and Style From 25c to $5.90 per pair^J
I*ok for At Trade M*ik! Sold by All Gayi Ddm.v
y-f
OAKLAND.
The Baptist Aid society will meet
Thursday at C. L. Freeman's. A pic
nic supper will be served. Every
body come and bring sandwiches or
cake and enjoy the afternoon with us.
A party was given at Geo. Bennett's
Saturday in honor of Jennat Hardy
of South Dakota.
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid was
well attended at Fred Lincoln's Wed
nesday. The proceeds were over five
dollars.
Mrs. Daisy Kearns read a letter
from Rev. C. D. Belden to the Sunday
school Sunday.
Mrs. Miller spoke in the Baptist
church Sunday, on India. Her talk
was entertaining and very instruc
tive.
The ^Presbyterian young people at
their sociable at Jessie Dickerman's
Saturday night cleared eleven dollars
and eighty-five cents.
The Presbyterian Aid will' meet
with Sarah Roulstone Wednesday the
'22nd.
There was a surprise. party for
.Mrs. Pettieoiwbe Saturday.
Mrs. Clamvc# Nicholson of Albert
Lea visited* f««nrds here this week.
Rev. Von! Stilts is visiting, his mem
bers here tftis* week.
Mr. Sfldf wrfte of Steuirie du
Chien visitedt tfreir diaugftttsf* Mrs.
Jofirt luteins-1&» weefel.
Miss fl&r# tBump&y amend
ing sttrftmer sehnol
spent Surtday vritfc
AM^n- Anfe*»s©t® aMites
City, Montana is viaitmiaj! 4# Jf 0®
min^s.
The new coat of paint has gir'eitly
improved the looks Qf the Presbyter
ian church.
THE EXPRESS 15 IN THIS TOWN
AND IN TO STAY
PLENTY OF PROW
From People You Know—From
Austin Citizens.
The greatest skeptic can hardly fail
to be convinced in the face of evidence
like this. It is impossilble to produce
better proof of merit than the testi
mony or residents of Austin, of people
who can be seen at any time.- Read the
following case of it:
A. G. Kellogg, 314 East Water street
Austin, Minn., says: "A year ago last
fall 1 had an attack of kidney trouble.
My back ached a great deal and my
kidneys didn't act right. The kidney
secretions were retarded and highly
colored, Some- one- told me to try
Boan's Kidney Pills and 1 got a box at
Poolfer Drug Gofo store. I found relief
and Ek«pt
H»taking,
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.',
Foeter-Milburn Co.,Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan s—andf
take no other. Adv.
KAMIA0E LICENSES.
Edward M. Myhre of Stewartville to
Bena J. Gjerne of Sargeant.
William Anderson to Hazel Franklin
both of Madison Lake, S. D.
rURKETS
ooaBaoraiLBVAtiaxoAimaLi.
Wheat No. 1 per Ira.... 83q
Oats per bn .i S3e
Rye per bn ,\...
No.
^3Kb,gtNftittlMKi
Attest—
tie express companies? No! The
merchants of the country—ship-,
pers everywhere—petitioned con-«
gress that no action be taken jj
that might have the effect ot fof-c-£^
ing the express companies to re-J., j.
tire. Commercial organisations^,^"1
all over the land have joined in^r^l
this appeal to -Washington.C^r^1*
s-
4 the express companies might re- ^pa^t and for a good many more
tire from business, a protest went years in the future Express Ser-P:^
up... From whom this protest—- vice will m^an.
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fixed up in good shape. I baut so fur
ther need of Boat's Kidney Fills until
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I caught that brought 08 return of
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Doan's Kidney Fills and
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30#
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Statement of the Condition of
STATE
Bank °f Brownsdale
at Brownsdale, Minn., at the close of business
Jane 30, 1014.
Date of call by Supt. Jane 39,1614.
Date of Beport by Bank July 6,1914.
BJSSOUHCES.
Loans and discounts $54,055 49
Overdrafts....... 1.040 88
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures 1,835 00
Due from Banks 134.196 26
Cashonhand .....3,44123
Total casli assets.... $37,537 49
Cheeks and Cash Items.... 54 34
Total $94,413 20
LIABILITIES.
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