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REDWOOD FALLS, M1HK. itabllsheJ In 18T2. Incorporated Into a State Bank in 1801. Ant jrlzedCapital,$60,000. Paid Up Capita 1,125,000. Surplus fund J6.500 Undivided Profits $800.00 ntjaiar Banking Business Transacted OFFICERS: A. C. FLURMEISTER, President. H.D.BALDWIN. Vice-President, H. A. BALDWIN. Cashier, O. \v. MCMILLAN, Asst Cashier. DIRECTOR A. C. Burineister, H. D. Baldwin, E. A. £#u«cher, A. E. Ward. I. Miller and B. A. Baldwin. I LETT S SON Successors to J. W. FERRIS, Exprss and Dry Li n Pianos Carefully Removed. Telephone No. 81. If you want a good Auctioneer get Dan Bidiioiiard. cf Vesta., Minn. who will make dates for auctioneer ing'in Redwood, Yellow Medicine, Lyon, Cottonwood and Renville counties. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dates ma.de at this office. $352 C.GOTZIAN & Co. MA Ki U FACTO RE.RS. ST.PAOU Lost The secret of brewind Uw Best Beer FOUND &amm# Supplied bv agents pvtrv-where. or THEO. HAMM BREWING CO., St. Paul. Minn HARPER WHISKY physicians pcrscribc it or their most delicate Jatients. ~~OLD AND PURE. For sale bv F. L. PETERSON. THE LINCOLN OF FOWLER the Greatest of American Presidents Eulogized by the Greatest of American Bishops. The Largest Crowd Ever Assembled to Hear a Lecture in the City Hears Bishop Fowler. Abraham Lincoln—what a sub ject! Bishop Fowler—what an orator, leetui'er, reasoner and un raveller of the characteristics of a cnan. Aud Lincoln, as described by the great Methodist bishop. Ah! we pause with bated breath as we listen to the words that tell of the great leader for freedom and who loosened the shackles from millions of toiling blacks. Sometimes, our hearts bound in response to a eulogy, sometimes tears come to our eyes as the leader of Methodism tells of the hardships and trials of the leader of men in the most trying time of this nation's history, and sometimes we laugh as the bishop depicts the humorous, droll side of the life of the martyred Presi dent. But above it all, we see Lincoln, the man, as depicted to us iu numerous portraits, living a second life for this younger genera tion. through the magnetic, power ful descriptive qualities of Bishop Fowler. ••Aye, there he stood, our Lincoln, Match less, grand, Gigantic frame, imperial heart and brain. Controlling, guiding, firm beneath the strain. The providential savour of a land:'' Bishop Fowler, in addressing the immense audience last evening, after being presented by A. E. King, commenced with the earlv life of Lincoln. The audience saw the martyred president when he was a boy, struggling in the woods and in the field, splitting rails, and when odd moments offered, grasp ing a book from which he picked the best bits of wisdom therein contained. They saw him a clerk, and his traits behind and in front of the counter, and his actions towards the community where he resided. They saw him a lawyer, playing his honest parts at the bar. insisting on honesty at every turn. They saw him as a politician, mak ing his maiden speech, and letting flow words that became historical guesses into the future. Douglas was vanquished—Lincoln, the states man, grew before the throng, and then came the trials of the Presi dnetial election, his appearance in Cooper Institute, New York, where he gained the confidence of the con servative New York people, and then his triumphaut election. The journey to Washington, with its perils, were told, Lincoln, never fearing, ever-trusting, standing out in bold relief. Of the inauguration, and of the trying events that fol lowed, giving Lincoln the great care of the Union side of the civil war, there is only one to tell, one to picture and one to portray—Bishop Charles Henry Fowler. BLACK DRAUGHT STOCK POULTRY MEDICINE Stock and poultry have few troubles which are not bowel and i v e i e u a i i e s a k Draught Stock and Poultry Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock. It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition. Prominent American breeders and fanners keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional (lose of Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food. Any stock raiser may buy a 25-cent half-pound air-tight can of this medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks. Dealers gener ally keep Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine. If yours does not, send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers, The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tenn. ROCHRLLB, GA., Jan. 80,1902. Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine is the best I ever tried. Our stock was looking bad when yon sent me the medicine and now they are getting so fine. They are looking 20 per cent, better. S. P. BROCKINGTON. The two hours of the lecture seemed but a minute. We thought not of time, we cared not, we wanted more, and when the Bishop took his seat it was amidst the greatest applause ever given a public speaker in this section, and with a feeling that the Bishop and his Lincoln might ever live. Something of Bishop Fowler might not be uninteresting. Born in Burford, Ontario, of poor parents, he worked through college and theological schools, graduating from the Syracuse University and from the Garrett Biblical Institute. His first pastorate was in Chicago, where he preached to vast congre gations. In 1876 he was President of the Northwestern University, aud when Chicago's great fire oc curred he raised over $40,000 in Philadelphia for the sufferers. In 1880 he was elected general mis sionary secretary. In 1884 he was elected Bishop by the general con ference. In 1885 he visited South America and was the first Protes tant bishop to plant a mission school and church in Paraguay. In 1888 Bishop Fowler sailed for Japan, Corea, China, etc., organizing the Pekin and Nankin universities. In Russia he organized the first Metho dist church of St. Petersburg. He established the Maclay college of theology in southern California and established the Wesleyan university in Lincoln, Neb, In Italy he trans ferred the work of Methodism from Florence to Rome and there organ ized a Methodist institute. He made the prayer at the dedication of the World's Fair buildings, Chicago, in 1893. Following the lecture there was a public reception in the court house hall to the ministers. Three minute addresses were made by Mayor Cooper, Rev. G. W. Lutz, J. H. Bowers, Concheta Ferris Lutz, I. N. Tompkins, Rev. L. F. Badger, and responses by Rev. F. M. Rule, M. J. Pihl and Mrs. W. N.Jamison. A specially prepared musical pro gram was arranged for the occasion and the program was unusually well received. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E. w. Grove'e signature is on each box. 25c. 36 pure-bred improved Yorksbir pigs for sal* Apply to Wm. Parker, Delhi. dee. 1 Preventive Measure. Mrs. Nexdoor—If he's such a bad man, why did they let him out of prison? Mrs. Naybor—Because he was fast corrupting every public servant he came in touch with, and the friends of the state administration got scared.—Newark News. It Made Him Tired. Mrs. Crimsonbeak—What's the mat ter, John? All the time I was talking to that caller you never opened your mouth once? Mr. Crimsonbeak—Oh, yes, I did, dear I yawned twice.—Yonkers Statesman. Kindred Souls. "Oh! yes, k was the first time they had met, but they became realchummy at once." "Is that so?" "Yes, they discovered that they in dorsed the same breakfast food."— Philadelphia Press. A Satisfaction. I love my new alarm clock. It is a pleasure great To set the thing for half-past six And sleep till half-past eight. —Washington Star. 4VJITE SURPRISING. Naggs—How that dog growls at the cat! Mrs. Naggs—Yes, it is queer, as they're not married.—Chicago Daily News. She Proved It. *1 cannot sing the old song*!" S e w a e a w e e o v e And one rude person rose and yelled: "Sit down! Your case is proved!" —Chicago Tribune. Quite Another Matter. Irate Female—I thought you said there were plenty of seats up in front. Conductor—So there are, ma'ain. I didn't say, though, that they were empty.—N. Y Herald. To California Without Change The Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad will operate two weekly tourist car Hues to California this season, via the "scenic line." The first car will leave St. Paul Thursday, Sept. 10th, at 8 p. m., continuing each Thursday there after, aud will run via Omaha, Den ver, "the Scenic Route" through Colo rado, Ogden, Salt Lake City and South ern Pacific, arriving at San Francisco at 4:25 p. m. the following Monday and at Los Angeles at 1 p. m. Tuesday. Via the "Santa Fe Itoute" the sec ond car will leave St. Paul Wednesday, Oct. '11st, train No. 2 at 9 a. m., con tinuing each Wednesday thereafter, aud will run via M. &. St. L., Iowa Ceutral, Wabash and Kansas City thence the popular Santa Fe system through New Mexico and Arizona, ar riving at Los Angeles 8 a. m. the fol lowing Sunday. The rate for double lower berth through to the coast is §6 from St. Paul and Minneapolis. For full information as to rates and berth reeervatious, apply to agents or address A. B. Cutts, G. P. &T. A., Minneapolis Minn. 4-14. HE HAS Gored Thousands Given 'Up to Die DR. DORAN Next regular professional visit to REDWOOD FALLS. Wednesday, Oct.28th. HOTEL LAKEVIEW. Returning every month. Consult him whi f# the opportunity is at hand. DR. DORAN has no superior in diagnos ing and treating diseases and deformities, He will give #50 for any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located,in five minutes All curable medical and surgical diseases acute and chronic catarrh, and Special Dis eases of the Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat, Lung Disease. Early Consumption, Bron chitis, Bronchial Catarrh. Constitutional Catarrh. Dyspepsia. Sick Headache.Stomach and Bowel Troubles. .Rheumatism, Neural gia, Sciatica. Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Kidney. Liver, Bladder. Prostaic and Fe male Diseases. Dizziness. Nervousness. In digestion. Obesity. Interrupted Nutrition Slow Growth in Children, and all wasting disease in adults. Many cases of Deafness, Ringing in the Ears. Loss of Eyesight, Cat aract.Cross Eyes. Etc.. that have been im properly treated or neglected, can be easily restored. Deformities.Club Feet.Curvature of the Spine, Disease of the Brain. Paraly sis, Epilepsy, Heart Disease. Dropsy, Swell ng of the Limbs, Stricture, Open Sores.Pain n the Bones, Grainular Enlargements and all long-standing diseases properly treated. Young, middle-aged and old, single or mar ried men. and all who suffer from lost man hood. nervous debility, spermatorrhoea semmal losses, sexual decay, failing memo ry. weak eyes, stunted development, lack of energy, impoverished blood, pimples,imped iments to marriage: also blood and skin dis eases. Syphillis. Eruptions, Hair Falling Bone Pains. Swellings. Sore Throat. Ulcers effects of Mercury. Kidney and Bladder troubles. Weak Back, burning Urine, pass urine too often. Gonnorrohoea.Gleet, Strict rre. receive searching treatment, prompt uelief and cure for life Cancers, Tumors, Goiter, Fistula, Files Varicocele and enlarged glands, with the subcutaneous injection method, absolutely without pain and without the loss of a drop of blood, is one of his own discoveries, and is the most reall" scientific and certainly sure cure of the nineteenth century. No in curable cases taken. Consultation to those nterested,$1.00. DRS. DORAN & CO., Minneapolis, Minn. Boston Block TV&yel with the Tried True&fl Laxative Bromo Take Seven Million boxes sold in past FOR SALE 2•••••••••••••«•••••«2 Luscious Bananas Grapes W. H. Gold, Pres. J. P. Cooper, Vice Pres. Joseph Tyson, W. H. Gold, G. E. McKay, J. B. Robinson. T. Stabeck, 12 To Cure a Cold in One Day Quinine Tablets months. This Signature, WELL EQUIPPED CASWELL SMITH SHOP, with tools, gasoline engine and at tachments complete. Will be sold very cheap if taken at once. Good business established in thriving vil lage. Stock can be bought separately at liberal discount. Call on or address: For months Jim Dumps hod no peace of mind. To his old time friend he had been unkind. The Octopus had got him in tow And indueed him to part with his hard earned "dough/* "Buy stock/' they said, and as recompense On your winter's fuel bill we will save you 'steen cents. He bought (or bit), without stopping to think That the interest on the BUY would cost him more chink Than the talk of profits that he would save, And when he thought it made him rave. So he dumped his stock and went back to the one Who the winter before had saved him much "mon"— By furnishing: him Coal when no one else could At profits much smaller than an Octopus would. He had Caswell, the coal man, fill up his coal bin, And now they call HIM Sunny Jim. Furnished you coal last winter, when you could get it nowhere else. Buy of him this year. W. R. CASWELL, Dear Sir:— Some time ago I was induced to subscribe for stock in* a concern here, by the alluring promise that I would £,et my coal at eost by so do ing. On investigation find that the profits are so small, that the sav ing to me will not amount to as much as the interest on the money I was induced to invest in this corporation. On reflection I have decided that I am under obligations to j'ou, for furnishing me with coal last winter when no one else would, at a lower price than it could be bought for in any town within fifty miles of here. I have decided that you are the one for me to tie to, so please fill my coal bin this fall, and every fall as long as I am here. Yours truly, '£. Z. MARX. iyiiiuiiiiiiuiiiuuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiu::iuiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiu Better take home a supply of good things for your table. Full line of Fresh Crackers and Cookies. E Sugar Cured Hams. 5 Pure Maple Syrup. 5 New Orleans Molasses, Sorghum, E and Table Syrup. Also a full line of E Staple and Fancy Groceries at prices as S low as the lowest. E Apples. This is where jou.get* a quart of Peanuts for 5c. I J. M. DUNNINGTON. I iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinnir? REDWOOD FALLS, MINN. CAPITAL $35,000.00. We Pay Interest on Time Deposits, and Loan Money at the Lowest Going Rates. D. W. Banker. J. P. Cooper, A. E. King, J. H, Bowers, F. O. Gold, Mary L. Plinn. Road Blanks at ISfie Gazette Office *.» BLACK- Daniel McLean Delhi, Minn. s Wm. H. Wallace, Cashier. E. A. Cross, Asst. Cashier. OLD-STABECK STATE BANK, A. D. Stewart, Win. H. Wallace. Gilbert McKay, H. N. Stabeck, G. W. Dickinson, Cures Grip in Two Days. on every box. 25c.