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Pans. We have all styles and sizes. Prices from $1,75 down to 70c. Child's Sets. From 76o. down to.... 30c. Nut Cracks. Nickel and silver plated from $1 down to 25c. FX Jmmmmmi Knives and Forks. Steel goods, from $2.50 down to 50c. OufEN 01/ ,i% We have a big line to select from and at prices ranging from $ldown to 15c, AROUND THE COUNTY. Items of General Interest Picked From the Different Exchanges. F. W. Fixsen has the saloon business nothing in It. retired from in Morgan— The Sanborn band had a benefit lod cleared $10 or more as the re It of the same. "^e Springfield farmer's elevator ay will erect an elevator of bushels capacity. rgan will have a second livery L. McPeek of Brookville, ar- inging to establish the same. Dr. Gray of Vesta has placed an ^C-ray machine in his hospital, and doctors can now see things there. I Saxe Somerville has been elected tsaptain of the Sleepy Eye high School football team and Leon Evans is.manager. Rev v. re i» promised a second bank —all on acco tnt of the change of management in the present institu tion several ninths ago. Christ Milling, residing near Vesta, who &as had considerable lard luck during the past year, is 1eing aided by Vesta businessmen. BditorvWilson of the Milroy Echo flKas taking a vacation a couple of flreek* ago, and there were a few IT'S '•'tfr.Z-m UttN In Shears Carving Sets. t- absent rays from the Echo that week. The Sleepy Eye band has elected Otto A. Drews of Seaforth as its in structor, the organization promis ing to rehearse two nights each week. The Sanborn Sentinel editor re marks that if his "old maid speaks to Julius Schmahl he will 'fire' her." And that would be tough on the "old maid." The Winthrop News recently passed its 17th milestone. Editor Johnson has been setting a swift pace for the paper, and Winthrop will have to hustle to keep up. The Morgan village council is studying the question of enforcing the law as regards gambling—in dicating that there are a few chips that pass In the nipht down in that town. While trying to surprise a sister at Sanborn Clarence Cady of Com frey had a shoulder dislocated. If it had been his wife we would have understood just how the shoulder was injured. The Sleepy Eye Dispatch has| a department "Country News" and under it runs news from Redwood Falls, Granite Falls and other towns. Editor Whitmore is bor rowing trouble* We have good values ranging in rOCKet l\.mves. prices from $5 dowD to $1.50 Ladies' bkates. From $2 down to 90c. For Men and Boys. Barney & Berry Skates from $3.50 down to 50c Universal Food Chopper You can make your own Mince Meat, Sausage, etc. Prices, $1.50 down to...$l Boys and Girls' Aii Steel Sleds. i."N£. 'iU Rabbit bunting is a favorite past time along the Cottonwood near Sanborn Rabbit stews are not bad, but somehow or other a lellow can't help thinking about oats while he is eating a rabbit. F. W. Waterman has resigned as cashier of the Bank of Revere and Wm. Weldon of Wabasso has been elected to fill the place. L. P. Ras mussen will act as director, vice George Leatherman, resigned. Hugh Carson, indicted for setting fire and destroying the Nichols mill at Fairfax, and whose first trial re sulted in a disagreement of the jury, was acquitted by the jury at the last term of the Renville dis trict court. Lewis'Weber of Sanborn lost a purse containing two $10 bills, a small check and several receipts. A day or two afterwards he found the purse but the two bills were missing. Someone had found the purse before him. The Sanborn Sentinel thinks that Jas. A. Larson of Walnut Grove would"make a good senator: "We want to say right here that if the office is to be shifted, it might have a great many aspirants who are more unworthy than Jas. A. Lar son." Peter Christen, a buttermaker at Mr EASY--Let Us Solve /-t% rfKSi yER SINCE we commenced business in Redwood Falls we have made a specialty of catering to the Christmas 1trade, and in helping you make your selections this year we can show the most yaried assortment of useful arti cles ever placed before the Christmas Shopper. Look down below and observe some of the articles we have in stock—"and then soma." A)1 k)nd8 and Bhapes_woodi NOB. Handsomely painted, from $1.60 down to ... 25c down to $1 it Pnrtpt Kniv^Q Sewing Machines. New Royal Ball Bearing Automatic boDe, stag and pearl handles. Head Cabinet, only 525 from $2 down to 05c Others ask $35 and $40 for no better. Utah Metal and Silver Knives and Forks. Prices range from $5 per set down to $3.25 Tea Kettle. Nlclrel plated and enameled Tea the Olivia creamery, shared in the big prize offered by the national as sociation of butter-makers for good butter. The prize faas divided among a big group of workers and Mr. Christenseo's share came to $21.99. In addition he got a bou quet of fine words. Morton Enterprise: Redwood county can boast of her enterprises, but one advancement in which they are far behind Renville is the con dition of their roads. The county system of rural mail routes was abandoned because of the poor roads, while in this county it need ed only the adjustment of the routes, the road question presenting no difficulties. The high grade "copper" who ran down to the police station in New Ulm to get a lantern with which to light his way into Dr. Gebhardt's office, after he had been told of the murder, is still on the force. While the New Ulm "smell ing" committee is at its work fer reting out the crime, the mayor, who is chairman of the committee, ought to bounce the officer. Wm. Duncan, the water man of Springfield was in Lamberton try ing to locate a vein of water near the Lamberton mill. If a good well can be secured the mill will put in For You. Kettles 8 and 9—prices range from $1.75 toieiiraiice "Star Safety" Razor. In sets or single, from $5 down to $1.75 I W,- ,• Coffee Pot. Nickel plated and enameled, prices ranging from $1.10 down to 35c •iniimiBWWfr Tea Pots In all styles from 81 Olivia Press: M. F. Cunnein of Chicago, architect and builder for the Chicago Industrial company, arrived here the fore part of the week, and began the work prepara tory to the erection of the new can ning factory. At the present writ ing, a small army of workmen are engaged in breaking ground for the new building. Jas. McCormick has contracted to haul the sand, and H. H. Neuenburg & Co. have the lum ber contract. The DePue brothers of Olivia, well known to many residents of Renville county, but who have con ducted a large hard ware and lumber business capitalized at $40,000 at to 15c PACEMAKERS IN CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS. a steam engine in place of the gas engine that they now have in use, and we understand that the mill would then be operated night and day, says the Star. Jonn O'Laughlin, a brake man on the Minneapolis & St. Louis, run ning from Morton to the transfer, was killed at Winthrop on Thurs day afternoon, Dec. 7th. He was engaged in switching, when his foot caught in a frog, and he was thrown under a car. He lived for two hours, during which time he asked that his wife be sent for, and a special train brought her to his side before he passed away. Spoons. Tea dessert and table spoons in nickel, Utah metal and silver, from $3.75 per set, to 15c Universal Bread Maker and Raiser A time saver—two sizes —$2.50 to $2.25 Halloway, Swift county, for the past several years, have gone into the hands of a receiver. Last week Judge Powers appointedGeo. Welsh of Morton as receiver, and the gen tleman left on Wednesday for Hallo way to wind up the affairs of the concern. Mr. Welsh is an expert at this kind of work ^ind he will b'ing order out of chaos and get as much for the creditors as could any other man in the county. Granite Journal: Perhaps Min nesota has not been doing some thing the past few months in the way of showing off before the world. Back last Jyne, for instance, did not Minnesota strawberries cap ture first prize at the St. Louis fair? And have we not scooped in all the prizes for butter worth having at the same fair? And then last week Chicago stock show we carried off first honors for the best beef critter exhibited. And then, again, have we not just had the most delightful November that was ever discovered in any climate? Well, we guess we are some, if you will only stop to think about it. For sale cheap—One parlor organ, slightly used, and one fine piano. In quire of J. P. Cooper, at Go!d-8tabeck bank. 7tf.