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LOW Fj^TES.ON RAILROADS s TO NORTHERN MINNESOTA, JMSCONSIN, DAKOTA AND IT' CANADA LANDS. MOtiey to loan ou farma at low rate •f interest. DANIEL McLEAN, Delhi, Minn NEW ULM GREENHOUSES. Cut Flowers, Flants, AND SHRUBS OF ALL KINDS. tST*Floral designs for funerals furnished on short notice. All orders will receive prompt and most careful attention. CHRIST BOOCK, 17-52t New Ulm, Minn. Ca'l at flellman & Bissell's Shoe Stor A Good Investment is a good thing. You can make no better investment for your boys and 2 girls than to send them to PILLSBURY ACADEMY I where the best education can be secured at the minimum cost. Beautiful campus, seven modern build ings, excellent instruction, up-to-date methods, high ideals, parental discipline Military drill tor the young men ana pby sical culture for the young women. Prepares for ajiy i American College Also Graduating Courses in Art, Ora tor}-, Voice, Piano, Violin, Mandolin anc Guitar. $165 will pay tuition, board and room in the dormitories for a year. Send for cata logue. W. A. SHEDD, Acting Principal OWATONNA. MINNESOTA. TRADE MARK Ladies and Gentlemen: 4 iiist before you buy your "LUMBER" for a NICE HOME take a trip to the "beautiful park" and drink in LARGE quantities of the min eral spring water. Just the thing for weak stomachs and that tir ed feeling. -Our friend John Vale will show you the way, just be fore the band begins to play.. Yours very truly, FRANK M. ISHAM, T. A. and B. Laird-Norton yards. JE& Redwooa Qa^ette WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5,1903. BY AIKEN & SCHMAHL. .f" nil.!- a-1, .•, ADVERTISING RATES. Less than 20 inches (1 col.) per inch.... 20c. Twenty inches or more, per inch 15c. 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THE GAZETTE publishers give notice that they will not enter into that practice called "leg-pulling" of merchants, professional men, and others, for advertisements for telephone directories, religious or other programs, lists, etc.. whereby the corpora tion. society, association, attempts to have its patrons pay for the whole burden of its existence, and in addition attempt to assist another to get feed at the crib. The 1903 Blue Book, or legisla tive manual, is just out. The book is a compilation by Secretary of State, Peter E. Han SOD, and was printed and bound by the manufac turing department of the Pioneer Press. The compilation is excel lent, while the printiug and bind ing is in perfect unison with the excellent work of the Pineer Press Co. The half tone work throughout the book is perfect. The injustice of the bankruptcy law is manifest in the case of L. C. Aldrich of this city. After receiv ing in the neighborhood of $1,700 for his equity in the hotel property he "covered" the pile and then quietly made application for pro ceedings in bankruptcy through a local attorney. If the creditors can find a way to make this young man disgorge the funds they will confer a big favor on the commercial world by making him do so. The death of Tbeo. Hamm, the founder of the Hamm Brewing Co., at his home in St. Paul iast Satur day, removes from that city one of itsoldest and most conservative citi zens. The brewery that he founded was materially improved and remod eled by his son, Wm. Hamm, after the latter prevailed upon his father to take a trip to Germany for his health, a few years ago, and the brewery is now one of the biggest institutions of its kind in the west. Wm. Hamm will conduct it in the future as ably as he has in the past. The decision of Judge Lochren holding that the Northern Securi ties Co., (the merger) was not in vi olation of the constitution and laws of Minnesota, and of the Sherman anti-trust law, is certainly a great surprise. Judge Lochren's court is lower than the United States court of appeals,and the latter body, in a unanimous decision, had pre viously decided that the Securities Co. was organized in violation of the anti-trust laws, and now it will have to tell Judge Lochren that he is wrong. Of Judge Lochren it can be said that he is an independent thinker on the bench, and don'tcare bow the other courts decide—he will decide according to his own te lief. GET OFF AT REDWOOD FALLS. Don't make any other dates than those you have made, or ought to make, with Redwood Falls, on Sept. 7th, 8th and 9th. The county fair, scheduled'for those three days, is going to be the biggest thing of its kind ever at tempted in this section of Minne sota, and every citizen of Redwood county, as well as many from Ren ville county, are booked to be pres ent. The first day will be Labor Day, when R. C. Dunn, former auditor of Minnesota, and editor of the Princeton Union, is expected to be prfeseht, and deliver an address. This is not certain yet, however, but Mr. Dunn is not likely to dis appoint his friends of the fair asso ciation. The second day will be Gover nor's Day, when the Hon. S. R. VanSant, governor of Minnesota, will be present and deliver an ad dress on general subjects. He will come to Redwood Falls the night of Labor Day, and remain here nearly all of Tuesday, v The third day will be the Com mercial club day,when the members of the club will visit the grounds in a body. .. There wilt be special attractions on all thlree days. The Cash list of events, including a balloon ascen sion and parachute leap,a high dive, a trick cottage act, a sailor perch trapeze act, and the destruction of St. Pierre Cby Mt. Pelee, one of Pain's greatest conceptions, will all be an occurrence on the grounds for each of the three days. In ad dition one or two ball games will be scheduled. On the second and third days there will be running and trotting and pacing races, and enough is now known to warrant the state ment that some of the best horses in the state will be present on those two days to contest for the $1,500 in purses. The premium list, published else where, has been revised, and near ly $1,500 is offered in premiums. You can't afford to stay away! You ought to be present all three days! OVERFLOW LOCALS. Don't fail to see the fairies in .the operetta "Laila." W. H. Gold is absent from the city on a ten days' outing. John P. Smith returned tp,his home in Westbrook Monday. Mrs. C. W. Mead returned home from lvanhoe last Friday evening. H. E. Jones returned from an ex tended visit to Albert Lea last Thursday. N. V. R. Hunter left Sunday morning for a visit with relati\T at Pittsburg. A. H. Pickle and wife of Sleepy Eye were guests of Aug. Knueppel and wife Sunday. Mr. John Henle of New Ulm was here on a business trip Saturday, returning the following day. H. V. Owens, a cousin of D. E. Laird, came up from Mankato Sat urday, and spent a few days' visit ing with him. '1 H. H. Tompkins and family of Mankato have been visiting with the family of I. N. Tompkins dur ing the past week. Mrs. H. C. Aldrich and daughter, Miss M'liss Persons, of Chatfield, formerly of this city, are visiting with friends here. Miss Kock of New Ulm has been engaged to teach the primary de partment of the public schools, tak ing the position vacated by the resignation of Miss Jacobs. W. C. Mann of North Redwood held the key that unlocked the lock to the case containing 20 silver dol lars at the store of F. G. Hubbard & Co. Mr. Mann is $20 ahead as a result. Mesdames Fountain and Francois again proved their abilities in cater ing to large crowds at the banquet Friday evening. Not only was the cuisine superb, bat the service was perfect. At the meeting of the school board Saturday evening A. E. King was re-elected president and N. V. R. Hunter secretary. The board rati fied the selection of Miss Koch as a primary teacher. The marriage of Miss AnnaTonak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Tonak of Sundown, to Wm. A. Douglas of Wanda, occurred at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Spring field Wednesday afternoon, Rev. J. G. Appel officiating. George Brainerd of Blooming Prairie, who is interested in banks around that place, and also in a wholesale lumber yard at JMinneap olis, was visiting with his aunts, Mrs. M. L. Flinn and Mrs. Mate I. Dornberg, Friday and Saturday. Owing to the rain on Saturday the excursion from Madison to this city the-following morning was not large. The boats were kept busy during1 the afterapon, however, car rying people to and from the park, Where a band concert was gives. Smoke "Choice Pufl" 5c cigar. 42-tf W. S. South wick made a trip to Aberdeen last Friday. S, J. Race returned from a trip to St. Paul Friday evening. Mrs. S. L. Pierce spent a portion of the last week in Sleepy Eye. Mrs. W. C. Tyler returned to her home in Sioux City last Friday. 45 pure-bred improved Yorkshire pige for sale. Apply to Wm. Parker, Delhi. dec. 1. Miss Kate Cole of Rochester is in the city, the guest of Mrs. Case M. Allen. The solos by Laila and the fairy queen will please you. Watch for the date. Good farm of 240 acres for rent. In quire of Mrs. M, E. Curtis, Redwood Fails, Minn. 51-2t. Miss Hattie Kaus of Minnesota Lake is visiting with her brother, John H. Kaus of the Big Store. When you want first class hay, promptly delivered, apply to Geo, Z. Tobias, the bay man. 50-tf. Attorney E. E. Harriott and fami ly of Wabasso, were visiting rela tives in town Friday and Saturday. Dr. H. E. Schlegel and family left Saturday for an extended visit with the Doctor's relatives in Le Sueur county. Attorney A.- C. Dolliff took his brother and sister to Minneapolis Friday morning, returning in the evening. Miss Emogene Conner came up from Albert Lea last Thursday and is visiting with her sister, Mrs. I. N. Tompkins. Thos. Hughes and wife, the for mer at one time conductor on the Redwood branch, were in the city for a few hours last Saturday. Miss Hazel Belt is now ready to give piano lessons. Call or phone at Dr. Belt's residence, facingnorth side of school house square. 48-it The rehearsals for the operetta "Laila" are now being held in the opera house. Mrs. Allen reports excellent work by the young ladies. Good residence property for sale, city water connected with the house, and cistern. Corner of Lincoln and Flynn streets, one block from. C. &. N. W. depot. Inquire of Thos. P.. Cummins, 50-4t. In the published premium list this week, the head is made to read the "27th annual fair. This should read the "30th," as the 1903fair will be the 30th annual fair of the Red wood county agricultural society. Jas. Aiken, the senior member of THE GAZETTE firm, accompanied by his son, Edgar, leave to-day for Hazelhurst, Wis., where they will spend several days fishing with the former's cousin, Mr. Curtis, who is one of the Wisconsin tax commissioners, and who owns a summer cottage at that place. Ed gar will go along to brush mosqui toes off the old man's bald head while he is landing pickerel and black bass. IN PRJCE ON ALL SUMMER CLOTHING AT FRANK 6. HUBBARD & CROP CONDITIONS. A heavy storm, accompanied by a great deal of lightning, thunder and rain, passed over the county last Monday morning, but up to the hour of going to press no serious damage to growing crops has been reported. In Delhi and Redwood Falls town ships light hail was reported as hav ing fallen, but without doing any great damage. Lightning struck in one or two places, but without any fatal results. Crops generally are progressing finely. Barley and rye have been cut and either threshed or in stack. Some oats are now going down be fore the reaper, while here and there a wheat field was furnishing music for the harvester, The last of this week will find harvesting very gen eral, providing there is no more rain. Corn has been doing some good work in growth during the past month, and a good crop is looked for. Roasting ears have been in the market for a couple of weeks. Reduction THE PEOPLES' CLOTHIERS. Barnes Bros, have received two car-loads of fine coach-bred colts from well-known horse dealers, and they are offering them for sale to local buyers. Last Thursday and Friday "things" were doing in the eleva tor district. The farmers elevator had matters pretty nearly its own way on Thursday, and gobbled up the largest share of the new barley. On Friday, however, the other ele vators got prices from headquarters and they commenced getting the lion's share, one elevator receiving 4,000 bushels, and the other line shops crowding the figure. It is reported that the line houses raised the price nearly five cents per bush el, something which the directors of the farmers elevator thought they could not stand. i a fsfr 6 Catarrh Is a constitutional disease. It originates in a scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition. It often causes headache and dizziness, impairs the taste, smell and hearing, af fects the vocal organs, disturbs the stomach. It is always radically and permanently cured by the blood-purifying, alterative and tonic action of Hood's Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous habit. HOOD'S PILLS are the best cathartic. REDWOOD FALLS Iron Works. F. A. JAPS, Proprietor* is now open and prepared to do all kinds of work in repairing boilers and engines, all kinds of flue work, re-boring of engine cylinders, and in fact all kinds ot work con nected with a first-class machine shop. Works head of Mill St.. S. of water tower SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. BRING IN YOUR WORK. 47-tf F. A. JAPS. Don't Borrow Money until you have investi gated our Amortizment plan— the easiest and simplest, as well as cheapest for the bor rower, ever devised. Six per cent., with repayment privilege at any time. J. B. ROBINSON & CO City Dray Line. ALL Two and three years old. Fine drivin stock. Call and see them at To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. e Seven Minion boxes sold In past 12 months. TMs Signature, KINDS OF HEAVY HAULING done in the citv. Household goods and Pianos carefully handled. Leave orders fazLgood plastering sand. F. CARMAN. FOR SALE-! Fifty Head of Coach Bred Colts Barnes Bros. Livery, Telehhone No. 43. I Cares Grip ftl Two Days.