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Cured Thousands Given (Up to Die DR. DORAN Next regular professional visit to REDWOOD FALLS. Tuesday, April 9th, at HOTEL LAKEVIEW. •*®et*rnlng every month. Consult him while the opportunity is at hand. J.f y& OK. DtDHAN has no superior In diagnos' Caff and treating diseases and deformities. Be will give ijoO for any case that lie ^iDuot tell the disease and where located,in lve minutes Ail curable medical and surgical diseases -*cute and ctironic catarrh, and Special Dis •teases of the Eye. Kar. Nose and Throat, •Jttung Disease. Early Consumption, Bron chitis. lironchial Catarrh, Constitutional 'XJatirrh. Dyspepsia. .ic.k Headache.Stomach va.ad Bowel Troubles. Rheumatism, Neural gia, Sciatica, Brtght's Disease. Diabetes, Kidcev. Liver, Bladder, Prostaic anil Fe male LMseases. Dizziness, Nervousness. In digestion. Obesity. Interrupted Nutrition. Slow Growth in Children, aud all wasting 'itlsej.se in adults. Many cases of Deafness, Slinging in the Ears. Loss ol Eyesight, Cat-t airict. Cross Eves. Etc., that have been itn jjtoperlv :reatert or neglected, can be easily cestored. Deformities.Club Feet.Curvature •**f tiie Spine, Disease of tlie Itrain. I'araly- :Siiv Epilepsy. Heart Disease. Dropsy, Swell Hj of the Limbs, Stricture, Open Sores.Pain tke Bones. Grainular Enlargements and "*.11 long standing diseases properly treated. Yoeng". iniddle-acel and old, single or mar Tieei men. and all who suffer from lost man Siood. nervous debility, spermatorrhoea,. -«KK.EE al losses, sexual decay, failing merao- TTT, weak eyes, stunted development, lack of aaergv, impoverished blood, pimples.imped Saetu to marriage: also blood and skin dis «\ses. Svphiilis. Eruptions, Hair Falling, 3one Pains. Swellings, Sore Throat, Ulcers, 4»Jtects of Mercury. Kidney and Hladder v"£roitiie.s. Weak Hack, burning Urine, pass too often. Gonnorrohoea.Gleet, Strict tre. re-eive searching treatment, prompt eflwl and cure for life Cuwrs, Tumors, Goiter, Fistula, Piles, Varicocele and enlarged glands, with the Jsab utaneous injection method, absolutely **itfeout pain and without the loss of a drop -••af fetaod. is one of his own discoveries, and istte most rea!'"* scientific and certainly •sSwT-e cnre of the .llneteenthcentury. No in •«*t*.b4e cases taken. Consultation to those interested,$1.00. rtin«ieapolis. DRS. iJOKAN & CO., Minn. Boston Block HERE'S A SUQQESITON. "When you want a lirst-clas.-. ('aily •X'rrwspaxit'r One that excels in Northwest news: One that spares no1 pains to get the i s i i worM. aud wlnt it first: One whose commercial and tinancial and market reports are admitted to be One that is fearless and fair in its ^tfz&trtal discussion of live* topics—republi XM fetti independent: One that contains Hart's cartoons. 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"Attrorie w»n»11n(r oknlrh and description mar •MFCICLR IFW-ERT HIII our opinion freo V: hot her an '•AwrtV-r i* probably patentable. Omimunica. ®Tvi]'ilyr"i tlrtpiiti'd. H.fiNHBOOK on I'atentS MX «!lc.st ntrcncv for wearing patents. tokon throutrh Munn & Co. receive ii' v 1 i V'out ciutryo, in the Scientific Jlmerican. At k v rwtf. 1 illustrated wvlcly. 1,unrest eir. iv jn-ientiil'' r'urriH.1. TcniiH, ft -'lbs, (L tsoiiibyall newsdealers. MM Co.36,Bread^- New York iiuw, C25 St^ Washington, I. 0. HE MAY HOT BE HUNGRY, BUT HE HAS A HUNGRY LOOK. W E S E N T'f.t Redwood Qo^ette BY AIKEN & SCHMAHL .WEDNESDAY, A L'R. 1. 1903. IRON FIELDS OF THE NORTH -Continued. dau, with its miuiog plants and vot ing peculiarities, runniug down to Allen Junction, fr.im which point we made a rua to Biwabik, wnere the United States Steel Corporation has gobbled up all the ii-on fields, aud is carrying on operations to the fullest extent. It was at Biwalbik that the first surface mine was seen. These surface miues, however, are not operated in winter, although men were engaged in removing dirt from the top of the ore preparatory to the spring work. Here, as at Ely, and theother iron mining towns through which we previously passed and through which we afterwards passed, were hundreds of ore We left Virginia at ten o'clock Saturday night, and two hours later were in Hibbing, the members of the party having previously retired to their berths for a good rest pre paratory to taking in the largest surface iron mine on the Missabe range—the property of James J. Hill of the Great Northern railway. It was after eight o'clock next morn ing before this inspection was made, and when we came into view of the open pit covering acres of groud we realized more than ever the wender fnl wealth that lay in that northern section, where so many years ago land was regarded a worthless. The work of getting out the ore will not be resumed until spring, but there is ore enough there in sight to keep a crew of men at work for years. In this surface mine there is a pit within a pit aud dump car tracks extend around both, the miners working at.the sides and at the center at the same time. For the purpose of ascertaining the depth of this deposit various holes have been sunk in the inner basin HEMISPHERE boD- per cars laying in readiness for the spring business, and it is estimated that at least 5.000 of these cars came to our view during tne two days that we were on the rauge. At Pannalee, a station but a short distance from Biwabik, both trains were transferred to the tracks of the Duluth, Missabe & Northern railway and started for Eveleth, a booming mining town, having a number of iron mining plants in full operation night and day, a num ber of excellent buildings and a whole lot of wide awake citizens. We arrived at Eveleth too late in the evening to witness very much of the work, but the electric lights at the mining shafts in the distauce, the smoke from stacks, all indicated that Eleveth was keeping pace with the other mining towns on the range- Eleveth is the home of Rep resentative P. E. Powling, and while there he was the chaperon of our party. After making another run north and west we reached Virginia, a substantially built town, full of progressive business men. and having men and machinery at work getiing out the iron ore on all sides of the city. Virginia really seems to be the most compactly built city we visited on the range, and there can be no doubt of its future—al least so loug as the iron ore holds out, and that will be for years to come. —Minneapolis Journal. for a distance of from 30 to 50 feet. The operators found itallirou ore— iron ore as far as they went, and satisfying themselves of the labor future years held in store in getting out what they knew was there, gave up future search. Hibbing is a new town, and it is the cheapest constructed town of the leading iron ore towns on either range. But when iron ore was first discovered the frame building sprang up like magic, and later they will undoubtedly give way to more substantial buildings. The night we spent there was marked by the killing of one man, an at tempted hold-up near our train, and —a dance of the genuine miner var iety. It was the last mining town on our itinerary, and as we left for Duluth over the Missabe & North ern we were all glad of having seen and seemed glad at being about to depart for the land wherea cow and a pig could occasionally be seen. A few miles out of Duluth, goii.g ov6r the Missabe & Northern, oue gats an ideal view of that city destined to be the leading factor in the his tory of Minnesota and the north west, and of Lake Superior, aud one's heart beats rapidly in admira tiou of the spectacle that was pre sented to view. It was shortly after our section of the train left Hibbing for Duluth that one of our party, weary of the stumps, of tire tamarack swamps, of the dead and down timber, of the mines and the piles of brownish ore, fell into a little weary, poetical mood, and wrote out the followiug: 1 am weary of the iron north. And of its stumpage land I am weary of its tamaracks. And of its brownish sand I yearn to see once more a pig. A sheep, a calf or cow. So comrades take me bacfc Where the Wheat Fields Grow. I am weary of Superior's docks And of the fields of granite rocks: I am weary of these car wheels' grunts, Curving'through these fields of stumps Give me grove spotted prairies And corn lands all a-row. So take me back to- morrow Where the Wneat Fields Grow. I am weary of these iron mines With countless tons of ore, Of the stolid Finland miner And his garb like brownish gore. I want to see once more the herds And hear the cattle low. So take me back to-morrow Where the Wheat fields Grow. I am weary of this northern land With six men for each maiden's hand, Weary even of those maidens And their frosty looking bangs, I want to see those lowland girls With dimples all aglow. So take me back to-morrow Where the Wheat Fields The territory comprising the two iron rauges which we visited is good for only two things—and one of thein is rapidly disappearing at the hands of theehopper. Through the immediate, region traversed by our trains there was practically nothing left but stumps, tamarack, and scrub timber of no value. Further north, we were informed, there was still plenty of timber, but the choppers are going after it fast, and in a few years this entire region will b#buta field of stumps —with the iron ore mines being worked as the only industry. It was stumps and tamarack and scrub timber from the time that we com menced ascending the heavy grade and circular track, or double track, to get out of Two Harbors, It was the same thing all the way through to Ely, back to Allen Junction, to Biwabik, to Eleveth, Virginia and Hibbing. Stumps, stumps on the way back to Duluth, and evto then stumps until we were but a few miles north of Minneapolis—in other words, we were satisfied that the northern portion of the State has been thoroughly stumped and that the orators, in the shape of choppers, had done their work well. "The tour was a brilliant diadem in the crown of the Commercial club's effort for the Zenith Citj\ Not a mishap, not an unpleasaui feature occurred to mar the trip. The Duluth delegation, too, in the senate and house. Senators Haw kins, Laybourn and Pugh, and Rep resentatives Graham, Hugo, Lewis and Randall, all gave their aid. while from the northern towns, Dr. J. D. Budd of Two Harbors, who was one of the moving spirits in agitating the trip, and P. E. Dowl ing, were important factors. As a matter of local interest I might add that A. C. Weiss, an old GAZETTK boy, now manager and Dart owner of the Duluth Evening Herald, one of Minnesota's leading dailies, was with us on the entir" trip, he being the guest of th officers of the railroad companies who furnished the transportation. Mr. Weiss' Herald has been a big success as a business venture, and his paper goes out daily to over 13,000 homes with an advertising patronage equal to almost any newspaper west of Chicago, The paper,is published from its new home built for it, and arranged in the most model manner. A $20,000 press grinds the edition out every evening. "Yes,, we are doing nice ly,'" remarked Anton, and Duluth people say it is "even better" than "fine." A ten-eeot quality of tobacco is Mind in the American Girl five cent cigar sold exclusively by F. L. Peter son. 13-1 f. ATTOMNUXS. GEO.W. SOMKRVI1XE. 1. M. OLSEN. ^OMERVILLE & OLSEN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Slefepy Eye, Minn. gOWERS & HOWARD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office Block. REDWOOD FALLS, T.IINN. Collections given special attention. C. DOLLIFF, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OClice over Central Drug Store RHDWOOD FALLS. MINN. A R. A. LAUDON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. MUNICIPAL JUDGE, DEUTSCHER ADVOKAT. 'Office in Gnanite Block, Redwood Falls Minn. 16-2-tf S. L. P1BBCK. E. A. HARRIOTT. piERUE & HARRIOTT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Postofflce, Redwood Falls, Minnesota ^LBERT HAUSER, Attorney and Counsellor w Grow. at Redwood Roller Mills Best* Diamond Straight, Tip Top, Law. Deutcher Advokat. Morgan, Minnesota PHYSICIANS. P. GIBSON M. D. PHYSICIAN vND SURGEON. Office at Residence, corner 4th and Mill Sts ills promptly answered, day or nipht Tele pbone No. 55. M. CORPRON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Moles, birth marks, superfluous hair. a„d other facial blemishes removed by electrol ysis. Office—In Houghmaster's Office Building. ,Residence—First house back of court house, formerly occupif'' "y A. E. Clark. Telephone—Office No. t, residence No. 136. REDWOOD FALLS, MINN. E. SCHLEGEIr, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office in Office Block, RBDWOOD FALLS, MINN. w, E. BELT, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office—Room No. 2, Granite Block, over Hitchcock's drug store. Residence at Till Tibbetts'. Telephone—Office No. 82 Resi dence No. 67-8. Calls will receive prompt attention. Superior Patent Process Flour. /Sih. Redwood Falls Electric Light Plant In connectioB. on wood rollers, cloth bound, The Smith Roller Ills HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Paid for good Milling WHEAT CASH OR TRADE, At our Elevator, east of Redwood river bridge. Feed Department We pay special attention to the needs of farmers in this department Whether you want to grind your own feed or make exchange or cash deals, you can find wath you need here. A. C. BURMEISTER. PROPRIETOR. DAILY EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA Through first-class and Tourist Sleeping Cars to points In California and Oregon every day in the year. 5 PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS EVERY WEEK. LOWEST RATES, SHORTEST TIME ON THE ROAD, FINEST SCENERY, VARIABLE ROUTES. You can leave home any day in the week and travel in tourist cars on fast trains through to the coast. For descriptive pamphlets and full information inquire of nearest agent. Chicago & North-Western Railway. A MAP Of Redwood County corrected down to 1903 and showing lines of railroads, new towns, scholhouse sites and changes *of ownership of hundreds of farms, not shown on any other map. Such is the new GAZETTE wall map, already placed in many, homes and offices in this count}7. 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