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Htfry Hobson and wj^fe left for
Nellie WilqPn left laert week for a
visltat Oalesburg, 111.
NE does not~ have j^un^SdciftlUr rtias- tNuin
using Ivo^'S^^fs^aieh^whd hive "ti^ed
economy and who can now apgreð^t^
my In a soap m&de of pure vegetable oils and other
high-class ingredients, hut made in such quantity as
to bring the price within the reach of the very ^pooresft
family. Indeed his the very poor who most need it, for
they can least afford the extravagance of commori soap.
Doolittle is improving
"his hotel office with, new paper.
]£i][flred Jones fit how employ
Morland'a, drugstore. .•*
operation wata*performed on
Jfa. M. C, Nelson at Rochester, oc
cupying fifteen minutes of $ime.
Last reports she was resting conrfbr
and outlook was favorable.
The newest and best thing out—geared i© to_l.
Don't it stand to reason that a mill that
rerolutions to one of the sweep will do more worl^ tlian
the old out of date-kind that goes no faster than the'swetop.
Quick Work! Light Draft!
Sandwich Power SheOers!
If you want any thine in the sheller line buy the best
The best is always the cheapest. SOLD BY,
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Mayor Neineabor, of Round Xake,
was the guest of friends here Sunday.
[Born.—To Mr. and Mrs. W. W
Drought, Fegue Falls, Wednesday
^ov. 21, a- son
Mrs. H. P. Andis andtworeturnred
home Monday aftet visiting friendsi
ii Oheriokee, Iau j. •. 0
Qlaf Noran returned last week from
construction work on the new Bur
lington line Albert Lea.. Work has
been suspended on account of the
weather. He expects to resume work
there again in the spring.
Per Cent. Discount!
Will be given from now until Decein^er Idt on all our Children's
Vestee Suite, Children's Reefer Suits, Bc^'s three-piece short punts
Boys 6k Young: Men's Suits, Children's JR^efer^. Children's Cape
coats, Children's"Ul^t¥rs, Boy's Oi^^te^liisters.
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Parties desire.to inform owners o!
property is bbing continually d(
troyed by dogs, to suc|i an extent
that it eamiaiti be tobiited furtbif
aqd 'methods of exteritiination are
likely to ensue, -.-"vn
The .school superintendents in Blue
Earth, Winnebago, Weils, Elmore,
Fairmont, St James, Amboy, Lake
Crystal, Sherbinrne and Worthington
have formed an* association for theu
mutual benefit,'interchange ef views,
etc. The first meeting will be helc
in Winnebago the last Saturday in
January, at v^Jiich time a banquet
will, be a feature. Prof. Tibblts is
president of the^KAbciallon^. Fub
fcanlt Cbunty BuyitoR
W KentJtftBn^ wlps-M
fktii reported from* ^t
soured thitt there ls a cro^ainafl
Bert Selby is now emp^y«d on the
Qreat Northern road a« fireman,with
heatquortert at Havre*, Mont,
Mrs. E. A. l^nkham' ipft ^kadajr i6
join her husbandv at.(-^D«srytS$ne*.
where they will make the^r itttw^
home. tj4 '"'V
ifenry Enreg, tin einployie^ of H?
N. Douglass, has -beep transferred
Irom Lismore to Lake Park. He stop
ped here Thursday enroute.
A. Oberman ]ost ope his beat horses
Thursday. vThe anioiiol waspiot suotl
slipped on the ice and broke a leg
necessitating its ,being shot.
Agent A. W. LilUe, of ^the Burling
tonr 8t2tii hs ezpee^R tojget the .di
pot ready for businloi itonday. H^
will be joined by his wife as soon as a
Suitable place pf residence can be
Miss Yates, of tj/aseca, arrived here
Thursday to look the place oyer with
a view ofj»puiing a phulogniph gal
lery She is well pleased with the
outlook, if -a suitable. building can be
A s^ed was taken from P«ilm Bros,
furniture store Thursday night. I:
the.sled is returned nothing will be
said abcut it, [otherwise the parties
will be waited on by persons' with
authority to take th*m and sled.
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afjjail 3 $*
ini h-l?:-. S-.i&i
J. K. Darby reports cT^io^-a iuic*
&E»r 6l large sales *oi a
the stock «clling^ it ft
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The British Doctors
have established offices in the prind
pal cities of the United States,
AUTHOaiZED BT THB STATS.
sub-cantaneoas method'without pain and
without the 16ssof a drop of blood, is one I few fKij brice,
oftheirowndiscpTeriesand is realW one
nlcers, eftMts of mieteucirrkidtacyMuS.
mdhitt receive seaJehingti««to»enttprQmf"
reliaand a curefpr llie. ..They -are?^
.tel} anyone their ftriease, thejr are n^t
those interested* (met
An operation was
Members and friends of the
c^uch. whiih proved Moth profits
missioners fo^ n^bro' dto
criniiuation in sefeij^ng listed
Several "were exwuieiji^jfQr js^l^Hty
to Spcail thsTangurgey iiid itiiis oc-:
cura at every
iMirsi-.Fridajr ri^iiriiing :hom|
Hours frotnQ iso m* to ^kiss":sch^^f
VjS p. ttt* through this city Saltarday* on ber
^ray home at Boeheeter.
iB, F, E^i^ah and wife started lor
For One Day Olily^ Return-1 Btainerd Saturday wibere they will
fotir:Weeltl I make their permanenthome.
jvMneaandaajrho sq«Hr grpm|interfBta of his iwo brothers in S|I
ran, Je^na|'^STicsvai H&ay, fUiUtglof Section
No1S?a^*!S^oft^5^^t^P^i®»look at his family, which he
treated confidentially and
should, I towels to *4-0:
men for iury list^ Md^st^y^ ^'di
advanced class last j3|tttrday evwa-
asi i^l' as •njoyabli
re^^ril by the pU|MlS. A bi6gin
is visitingat^hehome of J^fei|jack "ywrtr'
W^ lMqu ai|d 'wife left^for
Brain^rd whera they will spend the
[where'they^will spend -the winteF.-
P. T. Evans of Conrad haa pur
chased the south east quarter of sec
jtionlwenty one Elk township, of J.
*G. E. Haivey and Bobt. McFarian,
of Adriaii, were in town Saturday
liking after ths business affairs, c-f
|deoeased W. E. Bell. .'••
Mrs. 6. D. Dayton entertained her
I Sunday schbol class Friday erening.
[Refreshments wenre served and a very
I i^isant limis en joyed.
Peler^ireiieon and Ed.Gustafssn
I left Saturday for'a visit in S#eden
their native land. If they like it
there~^ktter~than here they will not
5S£S I *""»1
EldMr Exosll, a representative of
6i Chiccgo, who has been,
holding nieetiBgs Iii Ewington, for
tionid catarrh,. «ick hcadacbo. rhcttmatism, I Saturday.
chronic female diaeawo, neuralgia, sciatica,
disripeM, wtjoaeney. flow growth j»| Maurioe Bonan solda fine matched
children and an wastingdlaeaaea In aanlta. I ..
Deformities, chib ieet, curyature of the spine, (draft team tblS Week to LandlSBrOS.
Bright's d^se^e j£ea!rt disAsei appendi^tte^ Adrain. as the big price of -^365- de
S1SS. TUt were .hip(wi t«
m?rs, goiter, wens, fistula and pilts wlth tbe la^ p^l Jj j, g^om hones sell
Frank Johnwn hu porahued the
S «^iSlii.Pdi2iS jobiwon Will Hoer it mil
hairfalling.bonepalns.sweltogsore throatj, |arge|« interested Stock
Dewald. This is consid*]
Klimmick toft this ,^kM
socpi for his h^me, St. St. Pettr, 't6
Montreal, Canada. -.
Consultation an(li«ia^t^P M^inglo finiah up work in his line
llie daughter of W. M. Evansl^
^rann^ ^^nna^lei^r0 Tb^otf Other members of I
comfortable condition .. glibly be no moie.cases.
At the uiorhing service of the M. E.
chtirch last ^Sunday the ser»
omitted and the meeting
M^^rned over te the audience..
Short addresses weiel: delivered by
Miss Lillian Tates, of jWaseca, -19-, I gjiid nothing, now known, wj1
turned to tbst point Moiiday for pre-1
paratory to move here, Peter Thorn* always cure it.
•son ^ili renovate ancTpoi the rooms
over tfie Globeofficesuape for,.pWl Doctors try Scotts
sion of Cod Liver Oil.
ipud by Miss Yates.- '15 I
Nobody knows all about It
Jud^s Browi 1^.&bMsipiii9n call-1 th^y think it is caused b\
ing the petit patiet bn,T«Meday| .'•'•• 4
to reprimand miidiy^lfitelcoujKty sbm-1 perfect digestion of food I
can do the same.
'•1 by ihj? failure
5?6ini^ |U DOt seen for six months. Mr, K. IStates^: P®^
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fflin&tk What a contrast this
presents with the state of affairs
H^len QtSfild^s eirciiiUr-lMn^
that she is in receipt of Aaore
begsing ldttenihan Bi|ata^€|iMaat
Jt classifies the Tequeetsr of r^jOS'
^kknowa to har,lwho ii one wefek
petittoned for gifts of all sorfsand
•iza^H^lh^ set 6t lals^ teeth to
a snmofm(n^yX2(lr paying^ offs
"a^hen vote ......^ ,....
^a^id' tH^ verdict^ 1S96:te
a^ thunderihg ton^s.
clared would vote fot Bryan/Vote^
lim down by 145,000 piui^i^yi^|
Not so large as in 1896, bat snffi.-
expressive,-' inisraach as„
the democratic .organisation of tha
sUte did its leva! best for Bryan,-^
and Boss: Oruker ..declared wh€wi
the returns parTaesd|py night were,
coming in that Brv'iui had
carried the state, l^jp allii«ce:jb(S^
tween Bryan andrCroker'shoiWji
^yan has'lbecomev ^%at aUiatic^P
was so perfect and"%
the Tamniany chief^ver jttert^i
himself more strenu^tisly for an|^
candidate than he d^ for Williaiii
Jennings B* yan.
The result in WlaConun wiui
even grander. Sfc^uoley. carries
the state by 108,781
more than in 1896^j^ien the
water mark of eiec^pn possibili^
ties was supposed-tii/'be" reached^^
It ia not necessary tp go through
tbe other.¥tates^ biit it suffices .i^ljg
mention that Mc^nley will
292 electoral votes against 271 ia
1896. Nebraska, Bryan's state* is
^publican b£ something jike 700C^
^Toralit^^and Indiana, whichv-jg
Bryan- himself claimed Was asaaif^^
for him as Mis|oliri, "iiends in a^
30,000 against him.
The republicans gain 17 seats iQ
the House of KepresentatiTes and^
their majority in the Sena|e itSjl
unquestionably 10 over all combjK
nations of democrats,' popnlists^
free silver republicans, and inda?p|
pendents. In truth the election iafij
regarded .as an overwhelming da--.^
feat of Bryan and Bryanism aotf^J
only in this country, but in Europerp
It is not difficult to"perceive thiQ
full, effect of this crushingpoliticalf^
disaster. Ity ends Bryan "as a
presidential possibility" ai
party which he led must be dinn*|^
tegrated and perhaps theoldDevft^l
oqratic party wilt raise agun.
\Mr Bryan would i«ot be a dan^
gerons mah in the Sefnate, bat as a:
presidential candidate he imperiled
tlie peace," the pros|erity and the.r
honor of theconntry. His maQ$
ner8 are gentlemanly, and he hai
certain traits which jpnight be ase*
ful in the Senate bat very danger
ous in the presidency. We bBlkfrS||
thai the whole' -country wittS
rejoice that the result has terminal
ated the national career of a nuuif
who had secared a strong
hold among the pebplef bepa
the doctrines which he ennnoi
Were tempting iEo^th^ avarice
the necessities 'df deSpklrate mahl
The' most surprising/ feature of^f
the canvass uthft^
for Bryan, knowing, as^ they masjfl
have known,Jhat |he ^pjftonpy of
his principles a|td the oer^i^t^
his action as an 4»eontiye of
nationaiast bj^to t0»down
istiDg gold staiidard and to
c^ai^oi^c ppjran^jr Jby
HQis I9d#n .taa^ves-baslav
our ,business v^| the. lo
natiaas bf the esnh JBat a
iaisare tor coihbat error
mistakes tho^h 'not gnpardonii|l!
may be conntervMled bv the
cated tound^Umd jdl the