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i Ti" k N s._ r.a v & per G6nt. Loans my loans Rive vou the privilege of making Partial Payments. Voae of my mortgages nave Gold clauses. Wild Land and Improved Farms lor sale. G. Houghmaster, REDWOOD PALLS, MINN First National Bank, REDWOOD FALLS, MINN. Vstabllshe In 1872. Incorporated Intoa e*3vtar Banking Business Transacted OFFICERS: A. C. BURMEISTER, President H. D. BALDWIN, Vice-PresidAt, •H. A. BALDWIN. Cashier, O. w. MCMILLAN, Asst. cashier. DIRECTOR A. C. Burmelster, H. D. Bilnwm, E. A Ciutcber, A. E. Ward, Miller and &. A. Baldwin. Don't Borrow 'Money until you have investi gated our Amortizment olan— the easiest and simplest, as well as cheapest for the bor rower, ever devised. Six per cent., with repayment privilege vat any time'. J. B. ROBINSON & CO. Western Elevator 60. CP WINONA. MINN. REDWOOD FALLS ELEVATOR OF THIS CO. Wants yc ir— Wheat, Barley, Oats, Flax, Rye, And for it will pay the •HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. R. W. ZIEMER, Asrent. Bank of Redwood Falls Oldest Bank in Redwood County. Established 1^71. Incorporated 1891 ransacls a Geaerg] Banking Business. G. E. McKAY, President. W. DICKINSON. Cashier. HERE'S A 5UGGES1TON. When you want a first-class dally newspaper One that excels in Northwest news: One that spares no pains to get the news of the world, and print it first: One whose commercial and financial Jiews and market reports are admitted to be One that is fearless and fair in Its ^editorial discussion of live topics—republi ca.n but independent: One that contains Bart's cartoons. •4be Journal Junior—a weekly paper for children without extra cost Jermane's daily Washington correspondence, and many other notable features peculiar to that paper. There is only one thing for you to do And that is to subscribe for THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, 'The Journal for three months and a splendid map of the State at Minnesota and the world for 81.00. T*7var= ^OKTHBBK WISCONSIN RAHiWAV FARM bAMDB KOK SAt.K, Earlv buyers will secure the advantage of ,'ocations on the many beautiful streams and lakes wh'rh with fish and furnish a never ending and most excellent water supply, both for family use and for 3tLand ?v is generally well timbered, the soil fertile and easy of cultivation, and this i !s rapidly developing into one of the greatest sheep and cattle raising regions in the northwest Chicago Milwaukee. St. Paul. Minneapolis -Duluth, Superior, Ashland, and other towns on ''The Northwestern Line'' furnish good markes for stock and farm produce. For further particulars address Geo. W. Bell, Land Commissioner, Hudson, Wis., or G. H. ItacRae. Assistant General.Paasenger Agent, t. Paul. Minn. .Settlers' Low Rates West. fMt'tCce North-Western Lines. Colonist OKeiway tickets at very low rates every day dari&g March and April to Colorado, Utah, Moatana, Nevada, Idaho, Oregon, Washing ton, California, Victoria, Vancouver, New ^•"Westminster. Nelson, Rossland and other potats in Kootenay District. Also special yonnd-trip Homeseekers' tickets on first and i tfcird Tuesdays in March,April and May. Par all particulars appLrto adepts Chicago •4'' OH, State Bank in 1891. AHfckorlzed Capital, $50,000. Paid Up Capital,$25,000. Surplus fund 82,750 FOE -J .,v.r -/pa Jl 2j' I Tr Redwood Gazette BY AIKEN & SCHMAHL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21. 1903. SCHQ0L OFFICIALS AT WABASS0 Discuss Rural School Consolidation and Other School Questions. Despite the very unpleasant day. the drifting snow and bad wind, some thirty progressive school trus tees, ten teachers and a few friends of education, did meet in the town hall at Wabasso, Saturdavafternoon, Jan 10th, and in a very informal way talked with Supt. Race about several vital questions. "The rural school consolidation and transporta tion of pupils" attracted a great deal of attention and provoked much discussion. The "pros and cons" of the topic were honestly talked over. How to do this and how and when and where to begin it were talked over. Seaforth, Morgan, Wabasso, Redwood Falls, and Vesta were considered good points with which to begin to test the plan. It would probably cost more than our preseut'plan. but it would give us better schools, better teachers, more uniform attendance, a greater uumber of months of schools for our children and better school houses, and better health for the pupils. The pupils would arriye at the school house in a better condition physi cally and morally. By a vote of 14 to 8 the conference pledged itself to the support of the plan and to work to bring it to a test. A. D. Stewart, A. C. Miller, J. H. Bowers. Nels Haag, H. H. Dahl. Wm. Lindemann, George Boeekler. J. F. Barnutn and John Linquist firmly aud courage ously expressed themselves in favor of the plan -as the only solution of this vexing problem of how to keep our boys and girls at home until ready for higher education. Sever al teachers were asked to express themselves as to the efficacy of the plan. Heating aud ventilation came ''"i" AN OH), OLD """W III mill FASHIONED WINTER! '''""'Willi, \.i i There was no fuel holdup then. —Chicago News. rt4*l 4 in for a discussion. Here several teachers got outo their feet and told how well the plan worked. The rooms were uniformly heated. The air was always fresh and pure. The pupils could do and did much bet ter work and they, the teacher?, could work better. John Linquist, clerk of No. 45, testified that the pupils in his school were in every way better, healthier and happier. Shall the trustees at the meeting of its board elect one of their members to act as a committee on teachers and text books, with power to act when necessary. Several officials testified how difficult it was many times to hire a teacher legally, be cause the board of trustees could not be got together without so uuich trouble. "Let us do business in a business way," said many. The board should after the annual meeting get ^i in er and map out its work and divide the work to be done and authorize in a legal way some oue of its mem bers to act. The question of salarv of teachers came up for some inter esting discussion. A good male teacher with a first grade certificate can easily get $50 per month. Soren Hanson of No. 49 said. "If you, Mr. Race, can give us a good male teach er who meets these conditions, we will pay $50 per month." The poor out house came in for its share of attention. This thing must go and we must have good storm proof and wind proof water closets in the place of these poor ones which now are unfit for use and which jeopardize the health of our pupils. The meetiug adjourned to meet again some time in Juue, in Redwood Falls. Judge Bowers in vited the association to come to the county seat, enjoy a ride on Lake Redwood and put in a social day looking over our prosperous city. You need social features with your farming and other duties. Red chaff seed wheat aud new mileb cow for sale by Ed. and Frank Schu macher, North Redwood. 24-4t, A BOY IN WINTER TIME. WMmM The trial trip of the Maud S. —Chicago Record Herald. Kcrse Strayed i.i.t- tiors with wire But on left fore.leg, left my farm iu Echo town ship about Dec. 22d. Liberal reward for information leading to ite recovery, 24-21 VVM. PRAHN, EJ'D, Miun. Bull for Sale. Thoroughbred Shorthorn bull with pedigree. Inquire ot C. W. Lussenhop, six miles west of Redwood Falls. 23 2 A len-cent quality of tobacco is fouud in the American Girl five cent cigar sold exclusively by F. L. Peter 13-tf. PARKER'S HAiR BALSAM f'V'sm'-s and b'-autifies tJi" hab. y ii-U:S a Juviri.'uit pruwtil. -vcr Fails lo Restore Gray -H .ir to its Youthful Color. Cur«'8 sculp diseases & hair laUiug. 50c, and at Druggists Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Contain Mercury, that^ as mercury Will surely destrov the sense of smell and completely derange the whole sys tem when .-ntt-ring it brough the mucous, surlaces. Such articles should never be u-ifd except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten I toii to the good you can possibiv derive from them. Hall's C'attarrh cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O.. coi.tains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting di- i rectly upon tne blood ami mucous surlaces of the system. In leaving Hall s Catarrh I Cm e be sure you get the genuine. It is taken enternally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Oheuney fc Co. Testimonials free. I Sold by Drugg!sts. Price 75c. per bott'e. liail's Family Pi:is are tne best. wm Miss Idt\_ M. Snyder, Trcasiirrr of die Rrookl.vi linst Kiid Art Club. If wom?'i would pay more attention to their hea-'h we would have more happy wives, mothers and (laughters, and if they wou'd observe results they would find tSv- the doctors' prescriptions do not form the many cures they are given credit for. In consulting with my druggist he ad vised McEIree's Wine of CarduT and Thed ford's Black-Draught, and so I took it and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health, and it only took three monlhs to cure me." Wine of Cardui is a regulator of the menstrual functions and "is a most as tonishing tonic for women. It cures scanty, suppressed, too frequent, irree tiar and painful menstruation, falliiisr of the womb, whites and flooding, it is helpful when approaching woman hood, during pregnancy, after child birth and in change of life. It fre quently brings a dear baby to homes that have been barren for years. All drMccrist^ have $1.00 bottles of Wine Cardui. n & i Anynno poivl!:u a sketch and dpprriptinn may quickly .•!«•*»:i:n otir opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable, nniniiiiiica tionsstrietlyeoiitldentiul. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest a^eney for f»ei'urmtr patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive special notice, without charge, ill the Scientific American. A har..1,-'»me!y illustrated w-ekly. T/irvest cir euhui'in "f any scientitic journal. Terms, a year: four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN& Co New York 361 Broadway. Branch Office, 625 St., Washington, D. C. & SONS ST.PAUL, WimzZ AND quantity of ply. 7 Ti SO YEARS EXPERIENCES i TRACE: WT-RKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS &C. MINNEAPOLIS. Will Pay You To get acquainted with Caswell, if you are one of the few who do not know him al ready. He has by presistent effort, and much sacrifice of time and money, secured a fair HARD COAL which will he shipped to him as fast as cars can be secured, and which he expects to dis tribute among his regular customers as fast as it arrives. If you are ane of the few who have not been getting your supply of fuel of Caswell, do not ask him to put your name on his list for hard coal, till after you have bought some other fuel of him, (Gas Coke, Pocohontas, Hocking, Brazil, Montana or Spring Valley, 111., coal) as this coal was bought at a sacrifice and is only intended to be used in taking care of his regular custom ers. This coal will come high, but Mr. Cas well thought you would rather pay a good price than go without, as most of you would have to do if he waited to receive coal from regular shippers at regular prices, as the total amount of hard coal received at the western docks is only lo per cent, of the normal sup W. PLEASING PICTURES Redwood Viewsin R. Caswell. of vour Wife, Baby, or Sweetheart are guaranteed when you leave your orders here. Family Groups in Cabinet or larger style, suit able for framing. See samples of Andersen's work in these lines. great variety, at N. B. ANDERSEN'S. FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES, FOR OTHER PURPOSES, ....rsE.... ..'.UM s'.ai SPRINGS WHISKEY GUARANTEED THE BEST, G. W. VAUGHN, AGENT. MILL DONT STOP Trying Till you've tried UNCLE SAM'S MONOGRAM WHISKEY The Old Reliable". DhtmeriesSl mi ?.enceK [Baltimore,Md.