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v v Vif NEW AVON Mrs. M. Thomas to quite with Khtbrua. John Veit was seen at the creamery on tbe 20th. F. W. Hauske called o» A. Welch last Thursday. Mrs. Fred Hauptli visited Mis. C. Dallenbaeh last Friday. Mise Auna StaRseD ha* been on tbe »k*k list the post few days. Miss Mary Hauptli woe troubled with neuralgia last week. Mrs. J. Vierling was the guest of Mrs. Jos. Brey on the 20th. The banker of Wanda transacted ^business at the New A van vr^amery. A few New Avouites attended the masquerade at Wanda Thursday night. C. Fred Hauptli visited ftudy Kor man in Granite Rock tww» day last week. The Well* Richardson imtter color agent was a pleasant caller no tbe but ter maker, Jos. Brey. C. H* Severs and wife left Saturday for a visit near Lambettow Wfore re turning to their home iu low*. Weber Bros, and Win. Farker were fox hunting last Thursday, but we un derstand that tbe foxes are all still at large. Rudolph Bill has purchased a Jarge graphophoue and is preparueg to give entertainments in the i rounding towns and school houses. wa# Miss Mary Weber ""H" s s I very pleasant ly surprised by a number hi i friends gathering at her home l.-wt Wednesday evening, the event beinjr fa*r Mrthday and a pleasant time wae l«d *11. v Sam Bmith and Mis® Rowe were Belview visitors last Sunday. Dan Wog of Sanborn visited with Geo. Skelton last Friday and Saturday. The board or directors had a meeting on the 20th and paid to their patrons 19 cents for butterfat. The New Avon Creamery Co. bought a new churn and a 40 gallon twin cream vat from the Fargo Creamery supply house. The New Avon ereamery received during the year 1903 1.038,428 pounds of milk and 14,862 pounds of cream. They received 110,177.83 for the butter they made. The officers of the cream ery are H. Heuer president, Geo. Gob lireeh secretary. Wm. Kuehl vice-pres ident, R. Hiuz treasurer and J. Antcn J. Salfer and F. Finger directors. Tbe creamery is out of debt. DELHI. Did you say ucold?' Mrs. Isaac Leslie has been sick the past week. The thimble club met with Miss Ma bel Fieldhouse Monday evening. Mrs. Glascben of Cottonwood is vis iting at the home of Mrs. Margaret Stewart. Era II Frank has rested Mrs. Ten a Anderson's house and will move in this week. Miss Lela Rogers entertained a com pany of friends Thursday night of last week at a birthday party. Mr. Smith of Rocfcford. 111., who has been ©pending a few weeks with his sister, Mrs. Peter McLay, returned to his home Monday. lO Experienced Clerks Wanteds Ths Entire $13,000 Stock -Jr .* *Ssr" .V-" •. 0" .. Redwood Falls, Minn^ I- ii i Mrs. Andrew Stewart left for ireton, Iowa, last Friday to attend thefuneral of little Helen Brown. The younger element enjoyed a par ty at the home of Gordon Steele Mon day evening of last week. Miss Lizzie Stewart, accompanied by her brother Hugh, left Monday for Rockford, 111., where they will spend some time visiting friends. Court Delhi of I. O." F. and Com panions, Court New Century will bold joint installation of officers Thursday, Jan. 28, at their ball. A high court officer will be present. A program and light refreshments w|U follow later in the evening. Everybody invited. NEWS. zero Sunday mom- 54 degrees below ing at 9 o'clock, Ben Bulen and wife theSimpsou building. are occupying G. R. Tuttle and wife drove view Thursday evening to see folks. to Bel the old W. A- Hauck returned home Satur day after a week's absence in the cities, attending Masonic Grand lodge. There were no services at the ball Suuday, the weather being too cold to permit Rev. Searles making tbe drive from Belview. P. M. Dickersoo, on« of Sanborn's popular strain buyers, came up from that place Saturday) and is making a clean cut of! at the Western elevator, shipping the jrrain to the Bay state ele vator company. The elevator will be closed as soon as emptied. The D. of H. give a progressive cinch party at the Workman hail this even ing. Everybody invited. Supper will be served. B. Lewis came down from Vesta Fri day evening to attend Odd Fellows lodge. He was the guest over night of G. H. Johnson. Quite a number of young people at tended tbe dance here last Wednesday night, The mandolin c-lub furnished excellent music. The I. O, O. F. promise a good time to all those attending the ball given by them at tbe Nestival hall on Feb. 1st. Holt's orchestra will furnish music, hence nothing more netd be said. C. M. Allen received a letter from Mrs. Carrie Ferguson, wife of tbe late H. C. Ferguson, stating that a broth er-in-law and herself would arrive in Seaforth tbe first of this week to dis pose of their stock, etc, and settle up Mr. Ferguson's business here. Sundown and Willow Lake OWNED BY S. C. Johnson was a Sleepy Eye vis itor Wednesday. The S. & W. creamery eompany paid out £1,000 in dividends to members last week. Miss Kate'Pederaon. who bas been confined to tbe hospital with typhoid fever, is said to be improving, S. G. PETERSON, Redwood Falls, Minn., tias fallen into the hands of Stevens Bros. A Co., of Chicago, who wilfconduct a GREAT SACRIFICE SALE in order to raise money quick. The doors will be open Wednesday. Jan. 27th, and sale will commence at I p.m. Music if you like it, but the most attractive feature of this great Sacrifice Sale Is the price* ^deep cut has been made on the entire stock in order to sell it quickly. This means a great saving to you on staple o o s s u a s a o e e i n e Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Furs, Ladies' Furnishings, Notions, Shoes and Overshoes, Lace Curtains, Blankets, Gloves, Mittens, Etc. Supply^ Your Wants for a Year or Two While This Greatt Sacrifice Sale is on^ Old clerks will be retained and a large force new ones will be on hand to assist in caring for the crowds and their wants. Come and see what Stevens Bros. & Co. have done to the store. Come from miles away and see a b»t of Chicago life while :you load up with bargains. This Great Sale will continue every day until the desired amount of money is raised. iL.* i Stephen Hanson and Miss Hannah Larson were married at Redwood Falls Tuesday of last week. Nearby relatives and neighbors were invited to the wed ding party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Tomsou. The happy cou ple left for Ken more, N. D., this week, where the bridegroom owns a farm. TO THE "s Q. F. STEVENS THE FAIR STORE, H. C. Shockey.J CLEMENTS. Carl Otto made a business trip the county seat Friday. Mike Battallion visited with Ernst Wichmann's family last.Thursday. J. Peterson, tbe Rowena grain buyer, spent a day in town early last week. Johr Berg and his little daughter spent several dayB in town during tbe week. Mrs."Joe!Parker is slowly recovering from typhoid fever, much to the grati fication of her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace of Albin, 8* Dakota, spent a day recently with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Benham. W. F. Sehlekau has been aeting as agent at GilfiUan Siding during tbe absence of the regular agent, Mrs. Thorston and daughter Loretta returned early last week from Clare City, where she has been visiting with relatives. H. C. Warnke spent the week in town, packing his personal effects and shipped them to St. Paul, where be in tends making his future headquarters. On Tuesday, the 19th, Miss Clara Prokosch and Mr. Gust Backer were quietly married in the city of Redwood Falls, Mr. Peter Prokosch and Miss Maggie Groebner acting as witnesses. There was a meeting ot the stock holders of the State Bank of Clements last Thursday and all the old officers were re-elected, viz: H. C. Warnke president, A. C. Ochs vice president, Jos, Epple cashier. The bank was found to be in a flourishing condition. if REPRESENTATIVE IN CHARGE. CORN S. UP The new syrup with ihe fla1* that everybody ioves. Good 1 all home uses, from gruldl cakes to candy. All grocers, in 10, 25 and 50 cent tins. CORN PRODUCTS New York and Chicag Just One Minute, One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute, because it kills the microbe which tickles the raucous roembrance. causing tbe cough, and at the same time clears thfr phlegm, draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts. One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs, wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable cases of Coughs. Colds and Croup. One Minute CYuigBr Jure is pleasant to take, harmless and pood aUke.for young and old. Sold by all dealer A Vest-Pocket Doctor. Never in the way, no trouble to carry easy to take, pleasing and never failing la results are De Witt's Little Early Risers. A vial of these little pills in the vest-pocket IB a certain guarantee against headache, billi ousness, torpid liver and all of the ills result ing from constipation. They tonic and strengthen the liver. Sold by all dealer*. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A11 druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E. W. Grove'e signature is on eachbox 25 0 z s