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THIS
THIS
I Want Your
Hides,
Furs
AND.
&he Model Grocery!
AD. isfor the pupils of the RedwoodFalls Publidf schools, I
from the 6th Grade up to and including the High School, and is I
to inform them that The Model Grocery wishes to make a present
to same one of tfie grades indicated. It consists of a beautiful Paul
Revere Panel, representing the arrest of that historic geutleman, and
will be an ornament to the room that is successful in getting it. It is on
exhibition at The Model Grocery on Second street.
IS
THE PLAN IN DETAIL
We are exclusive selling agents in this city for the celebrated Revere
Coffees, of the following brands
Revere," which sells for 35c lb. I Concord," which sells for 25c lb.
Lsxington" 30c ib. •'Continental,"" 20c lb.
We want to advertise these Coffees in the local papers of our city
and offer the panel, "The Arrest of Paul Revere," to the grade which
produces the best advertisement, The competition is open to the grades
named and is absolutely free. We must have at least ten (10) advertise
ments from each room, name of pupil composing it must be written
plainly on back of copy. The editors of the two local papers, Prof. Jones
and the proprietor of The Model Grocery will act as judges and make
the award. Competition closes Nov. loth.
W. S. SoutHwicK.
'Phone lOG. &f>e Model Grocery.
Live Poultry
WANTED
500,000
Turkeys,
Ducks,
pounds of live
WINN BROTHERS,
OF SH0R.T-H0R.N CATTLE.
have for sale several
breeding age. We also
Shropshire Bucks.
w,
Geese and
Chickens
Wanted at highest market prices.
Don't sell to strangers, but hold poultry for us.
A. A. MELGES,
Cold Storage Building, Redwood Falls, Minn.
A GOOD FEED MILL
Live Stock
very choice Bulls of
have two sure-b ood
For Sale, suitable to run with either Gasoline or Steam Engine.
FOR WHICH I WILL PAY
THE HIGHEST
riARKET
PRICE.
F. R. LOBDELL.
Fresh Oysters-^
We sell oysters in bulk, and serve them to
order in all the best styles.
Don't forget our Baker# Department.
Bread baked daily, and the finest Cakes and
Pastry in stock and made to order.
SmitKers & Cuffr?
DEATH OF MRS. WHEELOCK.
The Wife of a Soldier She Was By His
Side During a Portion of the War.
Mrs. Anna Holmes Wheelock,
sister of Mrs. Jane Athey, passed
away at their home
OQ
Mill street,
known as the Dwight Bissell resi
dence, at 1:10 o'clock last Thursday
morning. Paralysis was the cause
of death.
Mrs. Wheelock was stricken with
paralysis several months ago, since
which time she has been an invalid,
and confined most of the time to her
bed. She continued to sink gradu
ally from the date of the stroke last
spring, and when the end came
Thursday morning it was peaceful
—just as though the patient had
sunk into asleep. Chas. Athey and
wife, who were watching by the
bedside of their aunt, hardly real
ized that the last hour for the pa
tient had come, so quietly did it all
pass away.
The funeral was held from the
residence last Saturday afternoon,
the Rev. L. F. Badger, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, of which
the deceased had long been a mem
ber. officiating, The interment oc
curred in the Redwood cemetery.
The deceased was born in York,
Englaud, 1830, and was consequent
ly 73 years old. She came to this
country with her parents, and at
one time resided in Ohio. In 1859
she married E. W. Wheelock, who
was captain of a mortar boat, and
had charge of the flotilla at Island
No. 10, in the siege of Vicksburg,
and other places. She was at
Helena, Arkansas, afterwards,
with her husband, and while he was
lighting she was assisting in taking
care of the union soldiers. After
the war the couple moved to Cincin
nati, Ohio, where they resided up
to the time of Capt. Wheelock's
death some 20 years ago. She after
wards came to Minnesota and
has since resided with her sister,
Mrs. Jane Athey, the two residing
in the latter's house on Fourth
street up to a few months ago when
they took up a residence with Mrs.
Athey's son.
She was the mother of only one
child—a son, who is in the govern
ment official service, haying lei San
Francisco only a short time ago on
the transport "Senator" for the
Phillipines. When he reached
Honolulu he wrote to hte mother, and
that was the last letter she received
from her only child. He has prob
ably reached bis destination by
this time.
W. C. T. U.
The White Ribboners met with
Mrs. Houghmaster last Tuesday,and
had the extreme pleasure of meet
ing one of their number, Mrs. H.
D. Brooke, who has spent the past
year in the east. After devotions
came a business session, at which
arrangements were made for the
visit here of Miss Robbins. The
president appointed a committee to
prepare a program for the meetings
during the year. Mrs. Clipfell,del
egate to the state W. C. T. U. con
vention at Winona, continued her
report of the same, the first portion
having been given at a previous
meeting. IThe convention was a
good one, according to Mrs. Clipfell,
enthusiastic delegates coming with
hopeful messages from far and near.
Mrs. Allen C. Bayrell journeyed
from Rainy Lake 680 miles by skiff,
steamer and rail, and she made one
of her wittiest speeches in respond
ing for the organization on welcome
night. Hon. R. A. Mann gave the
city's welcome, and said there could
be no doubt that Winona property
would be worth 200 per cent, more
if money was raised by honest taxes
on honest property, instead of on
the liquor traffic. If all business
men would and did feel that they
were guilty if one life were wreck
ed that they might have saved that
town would be a vastly different
place. He also said that "the daily
records of our municipal courtshow
how we need the W. C. T. U." Rev.
Anna Shaw, who was the great ora
tor of the convention, delivered an
address before 550 students of the
Normal school. President Mills
paugh assured them that he looked
on the W. C. T. U. as a distinct aid
to the teacher. Their moral teach
ings were so helpful and practical
that the teacher's task was made
more easy than it otherwise would
be.
Two book-cases, one originally
designed for a large china closet,
with adjustable shelves, and as
good as new, can be had cheap by
applying to this office.
D. L. Bigham and wife are visit
iug with their daughters in St.
Paul.
Attorney Dolliff yisited with his
parents in Minneapolis Saturday
and Sunday.
Miss Edna Raie was visiting with
friends in St. Paul and Minneapolis
during the past week.
J. H. Kylie was among the Red
wood throng to take in the football
game at the university Saturday.
All members of the Degree of
Honor are requested to be present
at the next regular meeting, Nov.
11th. By order of the secretary.
Mrs. O. W. Hoffman and daugh
ters,- Misses Dorothy and Char
lotte, came in from Fond du Lac,
Wis., Monday afternoon, and are
now residing on Wyoming street.
Miss Charlotte Winn and W. H.
Wallace will address the meeting of
teachers to be held in this city on
Saturday, Nov. 14th, the last meet
ing of the season. They will speak
on subjects along their respective
lines.
H. A. Winn returned from Des
Moines, Iowa, last Thursday. While
in that city he purchased the fine
pure-bred Shorthorn bull, Waterloo
Count, sired by Count Waterloo, of
Martin Flynn & Sons. The sire
sold at the last sale of the Flynns
for $1,000.
The St. Louis excursion to Minne
apolis commenced last Friday morn
ing, when residents of all towns
west of Madison, were permitted to
go to the cities on the §1.50 rate
The announcement was made in one
or two papers east of Madison and
created a great deal of confusion.
Did you hear of the letter Edwin S.
George the furrier wrote to F. W. Phil
brick & Co. about sending their man,
Mr. Huetter, with an immense line
of furs for a fur opening at the
Philbrick & Co.'s store. A copy of
that letter i» in this paper.
Miss Emily Wilson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson, resid
ing east of this city, was united in
marriage to Archie Potter of Burt,
S. on Wednesday, Oct. 21st, the
Rev. T. T. VanDolah, officiating.
The couple left for their home in
Burt on Tuesday of last week. The
bride has been a popular teaeher
for a number of years.
The biggest bag of game recorded
in this section for a number of
years was that returned one even
ing during the early portion of the
week by G. W. Vaughn and a trav
eling salesman named Aimslee. The
bag contained 101 ducks, mostly of
the mallard variety, and was the
result of less than eight hours of
shooting on part of the two men.
John-Kojetin, who moved from
this county to Polk coimty, Missouri,
last year, and who has been visit
ing friends in this and Renville
counties during the pasttwo weeks,
returned to his Missouri home yes
terday. Mr. Kojetin likes Missouri
very much, largely owing to the
fact that the climatic conditions are
in perfect accord with his wife's
health. He is also prospering in
his Missouri home.
Charles M. Leavens, the five year
old and only son of Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Leavens of this city, passed
away at the home of his parents on
west Second street, Monday even
ing. Scarlet fever, with which the
young boy had been suffering for
only a short time, was the cause of
the sudden death. The funeral will
be held from the Methodist church
this afternoon and the interment
will occur in the Redwood cemetery.
Charlie was a bright little fellow,
and his face will be sadly missed by
his parents, other relatives and his
playmates.
CLEMENTS.
Nov. 7th, 1903—a dance.
Mr. Wilson of Springtield was in
town Thursday.
B. A, Eaton and L. G. Cowie spent
Hallowe'en at Morgan.
W. P. Schmidt of Comfrey was here
one day during the week.
B. C. Schueller transacted business
in town one day last week.
J. W. Hopfenspirger of Morgan was
in town on business Thursday.
Editor Bartholomew of Sanborn was
a business visitor here last Thursday
Born to August Raddatz and wife—
a son, Sunday,Oct. 25th. We congrat
ulate.
Alfred Schlumpberger and irrtuily
spent Sunday at the home of Thomas
Moore.
Paul Battalion and wife visited with
the latter's parents, E. Wichman and
wife, Sunday.
Emil Altermatt of Willow Lake
passed through town Sunday on his
way to Morgan.
Martin Janotta has taken his old po
sition at Morgan again and left here
Saturday evening.
Martin Janotta's family is spending
a few weeks here with Mrs. J.'a par
ents, Frank and Mrs. Prockosh.
Mrs. Gerstman of Morgan has been
visiting with her son, Otto, and family
of this place, returning home last
Thursday.
Several Redwood Falls hunters were
out here Sunday, Messrs. Michael and
Jos. Lauterbach and Ed. Darkow tak
ing dinner with Frank Schlumpberger.
Coughing!^
Makes MORE COUGH
A little one often grows to a
big one because the-irritation is
not promptly relieved with oar
•4V White Pine
Cough Syrup
We prepare it from a combi
nation of carefully ^selected
vegetable drugs that hundreds
of our customers have proven
by use to be just the thing to
keep supplied with during the
fall and winter months.
We do not make the extrav
agant claim that it always
cures every cough,iibut it fails
so rarelv that we willingly pay
back the price whenever it
does not prove to be worth its
cost.
Price, 25 ond 50 Cts* per Bottle.
Violin Outfits*
A SNAP OUTFIT,
1 good quality violin, flopf model,
dark brown, light edges. 1 set violin
strings, 1 violin bow, swell top wood
violin box, half lined, 1 cake rosin,
all for $4.85
EXTRA VALUE OUTFIT.
Stainer model violin, nicely shaded,
inlaid purfiing, highly polished, gen
uine ebony trimmings, with strings,
rosin, bow and box. Price... $7.75
HIGH-GRADE OUTFIT,
Complete, with liner fittings. Needs
to be seen and beard to be appreci
ated $9.75
We have not tiied to find how cheap
goods we e»ald supply, but bow much
music value we could furnish for a
moderate investment, giving buyers the
opportunity to judge for themselves
before making purchases.
Also, a large line of newest styles in
harmonicas, strings and fittings for all
kinds of instruments, tuning pipes
tuning fork*, voeal »»d instrumental
music, etc.
H. M~ HITCHCOCK CO.
Card of Thanks.
rPTHE RELATIVES OF THE
Jt Anna WSeehoek
STATE
LATE MRS-
take this method of
publicly returning thanks to their friends
and neighbors for their helpfulness and
sympathy in coiuiectioix with their recent
bereavement. MRS. JANE ATHEY.
C. W. ATHEY* family.
Order for Hearing on Petition.
OK MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Redwood. ss. In Probate Court. Spe
cial Ttrm. Oct. SOth, 1903.
In the matter of the estate of Lubbe H_
Terhell. deceased
On reading and filing the petition of Chas.
L. R. Terhell, claiming to be entitled to a
conveyance of certain real estate from t!te
administrator of said estate, setting forth
that Lubbe H. Terhell, deceased, was bound
by a contract in writing to convey said real
estate to the said Charles L. R. Turhell upon
the terms and conditions therein stated,
with a description of tbe land to be conveyed
and the facts upon which such claim to con
veyance is predicated, and praying that the
Probate Couit make a decree authorising
and directing the said administrator to con
vey such real estate to said petitioner as the
person entitled thereto.
It is therefore ordered, that all persons
interested in said estate mav appear before
this court at a special term thereof to be
held on Monday, the 30th day of November,
A. D. 1903, at 11 o'clock in the foreaoon. at
the probate office in the court house in Red
wood Falls, in said county, and oppose said
petition.
And it is further ordered, that tlfclsorder
be published once in each week for three
successive weeks prior to said day of hear
ing. in THK REDWOOD GAZETTE, a weekly
newspaper printed and published at Red
wood Falls in said county.
Dated at Redwood Falls, the 80th. day of
October, 1903.
133- the court.
|SEAL] GEO. L.. EVANS.
13-3t judge ©f Probate.
Order for Hearing Proof of Will.
STATE
OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Redwood, ss. in Probate Court, Special
Term, October 13th, 1903.
In the matter of the estate of John M.
Sisler. deceased.
Whereas, an instrument in writing, pur
porting to be the last will and testament of
John M. Sisler, deceased, late of said
county, has been delivered to this court.
And whereas. Anna M. Sisler has filed
therewith her petition, representing, amon
other things, that said John M. Sisler die
in said county on the 2d day of October.
1903. testate, and that said petitioner is the
sole executrix named in said last will and tes
tament,and praying that the said instrument
may be admitted to probate, and that letters
testamentary be to her issued thereon.
It is ordered, that the proofs of said in
strument, and the said petition, be heard be
fore this court, at the probate office in said
county, on the 17th day of November. A. D.
1903, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, when all
persons interested may appear for or contest
the probate of said instrument.
And it is further ordered, that notice of
the time and place of said hearing be eiven
to all persons interested, by publishing this
order once in each week for three successive
weeks prior to said day of hearing, in THE
REDWOOD GAZBTTE,
a weekly newspaper
printed and published at Redwood Falls, in
said county.
Dated at Redwood Falls, the 13th day of
October, A. D. 1903.
By the Court,
[8KAL]
GKO. L. EVANS,
ll-St Judge of Probate
Summons.
STATE
OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Redwood, ss. District Court, Ninth
dicial District.
Emil Borg,
Plaintiff,
vs.
William Cleveland, Mrs.
William Cleveland. A.'Y.
Felton. Lizzie L. Felton:,
"also, all other persons or:
parties unknown, claim
ing any right, title, estate,
lien or interest in the real
estate described in the
complaint herein."
Defendants.
The State of Minnesota to the above named
defendants:
You and each of you are hereby sum
moned and required to answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff in the above
entitled action, which complaint is filed id
the office of the clerk of the district court of
the Ninth Judicial District, in and for the
county of Redwood, and State of Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of j-our answer to the
said complaint on the subscriber at his
office in the city of Redwood Falls, in said
county of Redwood.within twenty days after
the service of this summons upon you, exclus
ive of the day ot such service: and it vou fail
to answer the said complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will ap
ply to the court for the relief demanded In
the complaint.
-Datea Oct. 8, 1903.
A. R. A. LAUDON,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Redv ood Falls, Minn.
NOTICE OF LIS PENIEHS.
STATE
OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY Of
Redwood ss. District Court, Ninth
Judicial District.
Emil Borg,
Plaintiff,
vs.
William Cleveland, Mrs.
William Cleveland, A. Y.
Felton. Lizzie L. Felton:
"also, all other persons or
parties unknown, claim
ing any right, title, estate.
lien or interest in the real
estate described in the
complaint herein."
Defendants.
Notice is hereby given, that an action has
been commenced in this court by the aboye
named plaintiff against the above named de
fendants. to determine tte adverse claims
of the defendants and each of them to the
real estate described in the complaint here
inafter descriled. and that the plaintiff be
adjudged to be the owner in fee of the prem
ises hereinafter described, and that the de
fendants and each of them be adjudged to
have no right, title, estate, lien or interest
in said real estate.
The premises affected by said action are
situated in the count}- of Redwood and State
of Minnesota, and are described as follower
Lot No. six (ft) in block Xo. eleven (III), In"
the village of Delhi, in.said Redwood county,
according to the original plat thereof on file
in the office of the register of deeds of said
Redwood coonty.
Dated Oct. 9,1903.
A. R. A. LAUDON.
Plaintiff's Attorney.
10-7 Redwood Falls, Minn.
Bankrupt's Petition for Discharge.
I
N THE U2RITED STATES DISTRICT
Court for the district ot Minnesota, Sec
ond Division.
In. the
5ra.pt.
matter of John Ourada, Bank-
To the Honorable William Lochren, Judg
of the District Otxirt of the United Statu
for the District sf Minnesota.
John Ourada. of Westline township, in tfc®
county of Redwood and State of Minnesota*
ist said district!,, respectfully represents
t:2tac on the 11th dav of Bay,,
last past, he was duly adjudged
bankrupt undas- the Acts of congress
relating to bankruptcy that he has*
ptcv
1 hi
requirements of said acts aiWfc
of the orders of the court touching hil
bankruptcy.
Wherefore, he prays that he be d^~
creed by the ccurt to have a full dli-,
charge from all' debts provable against'*
his estate undea- said bankrupt acts. ex»
oepr such debts a&are excepted by law from
suiikfc discharge-.
Datedthis 7th «laiy of September. A. D.
19031
JOHN OURADA,
_____ Bankrupt
ORDER AND- NOTICE THEREON.
TThited States- District Court. District of
Minnesota, s«. Second Division,
On this 7th day ot October, A. D. 1903 .o§§
na-ading the foregoing petition, it is orcJsreBi
by the court, thai a hearing be had upon tllft
same on the 2titih dav of November. A.
L9«3.before said court at Minneapolis.in sa44
district, at two o Clock in the afternoon. anjl
that notice thereof be published in THE-HEIM,,
wwu GAZETT®.a newspaper printed in. saiil?
district, and that all known creditors and
other persons in interest may appear at
sold time and ylace, and show cause, if any
they have, wh? the prayer of the said peti
tioner should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by this courla.that
the clerk shall send bT mail to all known
creditors copies of said: petition and: this
order, addressad to them at their plaoes ot
residence as stated.
Witness the-HtonoraiMe William Lcchren,
judge of the said court, and the seal thereof,
at Mankato, itr said cSSstrict. on the Ttii day
of October Av..D, L90S.
CHARLES L- SPENCER,.Clerk.
By ADGIIBHI O: EBKMSLMIT, Deputy Cleff-k.
0. 8. DIWFSTCT GOC*R S*AI,.L 18-It
Order of Court.
STATE
©F MAXXKSOTA. COUSITY OF
Redwsod: In District Courfe Ninth
Judicial BiBtTict.
In the matter of the petition: of Jotuft
Graham, and Lilian Graham for-leave
adopt a child.
A petition, by
vs.
Cbauncey B. Butler. Luella
A.
M. Butler and The
to
the above name® petition
'I
ers having beea Sled, praying fco a decrd
of this court that leave be granted petl
tioners. to adoft a baby boy about two,
vears of age, known and described as Baby
Boy Lwgue audi to change his name to Allain»
Graham: It is. ordered that said petition,
be heicd at tbe- court house in the City
Redwood Falls, in 3aid county on Monday,,
the 9th day of November, A D. 1903, aft
the opening of the court on tliat day or a&
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard.
:t|-.
Let a copr of this order b«-published ilL
TH3- REDW^D GAZETTE at least
once t)K
each week for three successive weeks, fcljo
last publication to be at lsast ten dajNfc
before the- t»ane fixed tor hearing.
Daited October 8th, 1903.
B. F. WEBBES.
Judge of Distrist Court.
BOWERS & HOWARD,
Attorneys for Petitioners, Rei-wood
Falls, Mian. 9-4t,
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate Un
der Judgment of Foreclosure.
STATE
OF MINNESOTA, COUSTY OI
Redwood District Court, Ninth, Jodie
ial District,
Elmer C. Patterson,
Plaintiff,
Kenyon-Rosing Machine
Company, a corporation,
Deiendants.
Notice is hereby given thataaOer and
virtue of a judgment and decree entered
the above entitled action, on the 18th
ot August, 1903. a certified transcript
which has been delivered to me, I, the u
dersigned. sheriff of Redwood county, w
sell at public auction, to the highest bidd
for cash, on Fridav. the 13th day of Nove
ber, 1903, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
the front door of the court house in
city of Redwood Falls in said county, in
parcel, the premises and real estate
scribed in said judgment and decree,
wit:
The east half of block three (3) of W
son's second addition to the village, (n
city), of Redwood Falls, Redwooa coun
Minnesota, according to the plat there
Also lots seven (7), eight (8), nine (91
(10), eleven (11) and twelve (12), of bl
eleven (11) of Watson's Third addition
the village, now city, of Redwood Fa
Redwood county, Minnesota, according
the plat thereof recorded in the office
the register of deeds of said Redw
county.
Dated SeDt 26tb, 1903.
B, C. SCHUELLZiflUf
Sheriff of Redwood Couaty Ifts

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