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on Juue 9, 1904.
(Other Bonds, Stocks and 'Se
Baabiag House, Furniture and
Other Real Estate ...•
Doc from Banks '9 3, 647.13
Checks and Cts"h
STATE OF MINNEOTA,
County of Nobles.
"Calumet" means "A Pipe of Pea$e.
Calumet Baking Powder means peace in
Food prtpartd with Calumet 9ahing Pot/dtr If par# and htaMfuU
«nd frtm from
salts, limt. almm and ammonia.
Tremendously increased Sales*
Year, Prove that
fcas the implicit confidence of the dairy world
iu constant use.
The De Laval is perfect in construction &
operation it never "goes wrong."
it skims closer under all conditions, and
does tke work in less time and with less power
than any other -separator.
It-excels in every detail all other makes,
itd is &be most talked of and most used sepa
*Sta.tement of the Condition of
J. D. & W. I. IWMISTON'S.
HSolA .. 1j-.OH
Silw'/et Fracn'l S3.47*
FLEMING, Justice of the Peace.
rambler again and narrowly ea
scapes difficulty this time. Passing
along one of the streets of Clary ad
dition, 1 suddenly came upon what
seemed to be an escaping menag
erie, but op closer inspection it
giioved to be only a motley gang of
worthless dogs. At first I could not
see what caused the commotion
among them, but just then the irate
owner of the garden they had just
vacated catae in sight flourishing
a, and supposing me to be a
(dog trainer, declared he could whip
ane and all such dog owners singly
or by a dozen. I hastily declined
to lock horns and assured him I had
no interest in them and that it took
-a more wealthy man than I to deal
profitably in such stock. He apoli
jgized for his mistake and with a
significant look toward the house he
pointed to the leader of the gang
and said yonder is the cause of
tfchoeecurs dancing a cottillion*"on
amy strawberry bed and garden for
£he last fifteen minutes. I cannot
tstand ic any longer. Unless it rains
4hose oerries will not be t.
I passed on a short distance and
overtook a man trying to get a view
of the calf of bis leg. fie said one
•of those dogs bad slipped up behind
Jum and bitten him. I assisted him
and we found the skin was not
broken but badly blacked. I sug
gested the danger of hydrophobia
antT said he had better get a gun
and shoot it. "Not much,? 'said he,
*1 have no money to spare and jus*
I does not always come without
moaey. Hydrophobia has no ter
•rors for me compared with being
^installed to the magistrate and fined
or a hundred dollars for a
less cur." As I was on the
get fishing tackle for the
at Reading, Minn., at Close cf
Undivided Profits, Met
to Chick. $5,210.66
Time Certificates 921.00
CouutT of Nobles. iss
I lR I. Jones. President of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statameiit is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
i-Sifbscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of June, 1904.
M. w. J" Attest: Edwin Brickson, Ned Jones, Directors.
K. J. (IE9,
and passed on, while he limped to
ward his homd feeling that no re
dress was to be obtained.
As all the neighbors were going
fishing I thought best to go too.
startedTate and as I was no fisher
man, staid late to try to retrieve my
luck. £)arkness overtook me but as
I thought I knew the road, plodded
along, careless of the road. Sudden
ly, I was awakened to the fact that
I was out of my road, by coming up
to what seemed to be a lake but as a
graded road ran to it, concluded to
take the back track until I recogniz
ed my road again It seemed to be
along -way, but tinall^ found it and
hurried home where I found Harriet
my wife fretting about my safety
and very glad to see me. I had re
solved before getting home to re
trace my steps next morning and
see where I had been and what
caused me to think 1 had run into
the debris from a tin shop and bot:
tie factory. Daylight showed sur
roundings better and I soon located
the spot It was a slough in Clary 's
addition I had encountered. I look
ed at it awhile and then enquired of
a man that passed that, way how
those roads were graded up to the
water. He said they were once dry
land, were laid out in lots and apart
the village. They were all owned
real estate and the owners walked
up to the treasurer's office each
year and paid their taxes like good
citizens ought to, when many re
ceived no returns. Many of the lots
were entirely submerged and others
a small end protruded on the sides,
I thought surely this must b»» what
is called taxation without, represent
ation.- But on going around to "the
west side of it I soon saw that a
sewer costing three or four hundred
dollars would reclaim many acres of
valuable land, and if tho village can
iy,'.-I, "i• '"'i*
not let off the water, why not
it up tu£d ctounect it with
bena and have water transportation
But the horse sense of it is, cannot
the village, dads abate taxes on them
until they are able to give owners
relief in other ways. Harriet looks
over my shoulder andsays she is
afraid I am interferritfg in the other
people's affairs. Harriet does not
approve of.all 1 say and do but tbe
good woman means no harm but
like all other good loyal wives there
is nothing she so delights in as to
get a good dig at my short comings.
But woe to the person that assents
to what she says about my failings.
She says she will try to put up with
them as I never permit the family
supplies to run out and wood and
water come for the asking. 'And
she never fails with the meals on
time. Reader please excuse this
digression as it is necessary to ex
plain future communications.
Starting for home through stlreets
and alleys 1 found why I thought I
had struck the tin shop debris pile.
Many old cans in the roads and al
most ever imaginable kind .of old
iron in the ditches and back yards
and along the sides of some, well
kept yards and residences. Some
distance ahead I saw a man digging
in his back yard. On coming,, up I
found he had a large pile of debris
on a push cart and was digging a
hole to put it in. I asked him what
he was doing now. He said he did
not know as it was any stranger's
business. But by my talk he founl
I approved of his plan to get rid of
it and was quite talkative. He work
ed away with a good will and con
cealed from sight all the debris on
his lots below plowing level. Look
ing at^his watch he said "Why I
have only been half an hour at it
and the looks of the lots pay .well
for the labor." He said he thought
he-felt better than when ne com
menced. Just then I recollecte'd
that my garden was growing weeds
while I talked and that Harriet
might bo tempted to tackle them
herself and if she did I knew that
hoe would be tired when I arot there
and I might miss my dinner* When
I rest awhile I will tell what the re
sult of my trip was.
Miss Dolly Bomgardner, of Lake
Park has been visiting at the Buin
gardner home during the past
Dr. DeCoster of Worthington was
in Round Lake on business Monday
tensen's sermon Sun
day both morning and evening were
appreciated by all and it is the
earnest desire of all that heard him
that, he will visit usasrain, some
time in the near future.
Sam. Back is spending a few days
at Round Lake this week.
C. S Jones visited with friends
here Sunday and Monday. We uiv.
derstand that he intends to visit the
world's fair and we hope ne will
have a pleasant time while be is
gone and if good wishes will make
him have one he certainly will, for
every one wishes him a jolly good
The lecture by Mr. Mapson of
Brewster Tuesday evening was Well
Appreciated by all who heard him.
Rev. West returned home from
Wilmont Monday where he had
been on business.
Mrs. Flint of Lake Park and her
little niece, visited the Graphic
Harry Elliott was in Round Lake
Sunday visiting with his brother
George who is working on Ed
Tripp's farm north of town.
Jim Werntz and his show will be
in Round Lake the 2nd and 3rd of
July all who wast a good time are
ihvited to attend.
Ed. Tripp was in town Wednes
day on business.
•Xudie Cordes was quite badij
hurt a week ago last Sunday wiiile
playing ball. He is being attended
by Dr. Dolan but it will be several
wee£8 before he will be able to
A dance as given last Friday
night at Geo Larson's which was
attended by a large crowd. ,.
Mrs. Laura Ewing of Gillingham,
Wis^ and Mrs. Mary [Underwood Of
Egan, S.. D. arrived last Tuesday
for a visit with their mother Mrs.
S. E. Barton.
C.^Gerkie is carrying around a
pet" thumb whioh got stabbed by a
fish a week or so ago,
Mrs.. Grace Brown and Miss Mary
Bfown ofMagnolia, Minn., spent
Sunday-last with Mrs. Brown's rel
atives the Barton family.
The Chlldrens day program at
Beth el church was attended by a
very large crowd and was reported
as being very interesting.
Orvie Anderson made1 one of his
drives up near Brewster last Sun
day returning home Monday.
That's the stuff Orvie, put in full
time while your young.
Do you lik? your thin, rough,
short hair? Of course you
don't. Do you like thick,
heavy, smooth hair? Of
course you do. Then why
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of hair, that's the whole
story. Sold for 60 years.
I have used Ajer't Hair Visor for a long
time. It is, indeed, a wonderful1 hair tonic,
restoring health to the hair and scalp, and, at
tbe same time, proving a splendid dressing."
Dr. J. W. Tatum, Madill, Ind. T.
01.00 a bottle.
J. C. ATZR CO.,
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Charley Larson and Wallace Sax
on gave a delightful lawn party "to
a few of their friends last Tuesday
evening. The guests all united. in
saying that it was one of 'the most
pleasant parties they ever attended.
The Indian Lake ball team met
a nine from near Org, at a German
picnic ht the old Gleim [dace last
Wednesday. It was a genuine Rus
sia-Japanese artillery ^battle and
some heavy work with the bat was
done as the Indian Lakers scored
several home runs. When the dust
and smoKe was all cleared away
and umpire Orton officially an
nounced that it was a complete and
overwhelming, victory for the ^In
dian takers,some time withseve?al
of the best scholars with paper and
pencil fiinally succeeded in adding
the long lines of .scores and found
that the score was seven to thirty
Barley is heading and some fields
look as though the yield will be an
average crop while the crop in ^gen
eral is hardly up to tbe average.
N. M. Nelson returned from
Worthington last Tuesday withjja
Miss Esther Peterson, of Sioux
Falls visited several days last week
as she went to Mankato to attend
Miss Jo3ie Thompson returned
last Thursday from PillsburyjjAcad
emy, at O watona where^she gradu
ated in music.
Messrs Charlie and Andrew Lar
son from near Brewster visited with
their brother Lars last Thursday.
A series of meetings will^be ,held
at the Baptist church begining
Thursday evening and continue Fri
day afternoon and evening, Satur
day afternoon and evening and
also Sunday beginning at 10 a. m.
and continue through afternoon
and evening. Ministers from Man
kato and St, Paul will be present.
Dinner will be served free to visit
ors on Sunday and every ^body is
welcome to attend these meetings.
Rev. F. PalmbOrg returned last
Tuesday from' Brainerd, Pillager
and other parts of t|ie state.
"Good corn weather.
JFarmers all busy plowing corn
and working roads.
Get your mower ready for hay
ing will soon be here.
.Uphoff and Hawkins have nearly
completed their contract on I the
store building occupied by^ W. H.
A car of prison twine arrived
Tuesday and is being distributed
among the farmers of this locality.
J. N. Holbrook was in this'vicin
ity Monday, in the interests of "the
Iowa cream separator.
Mrs., W. C. Hulser was quite sick
the fore part of the week.
The ladies aid society of the Pres
byterian church will serve straw-.
berries atid cream,froto fiv»tte$ght
o'clock, Thursday, June SO, *t the
George Fleming has been suffer
iug with a lame back this Week,, tjie
result of a blow from abase balM
The pulpit at the Prespyterian
church was filled by a reverend
gentleman from Round Lake and
Rev.. Chi istianson preached at that
The store occupied by F. E Egg
leson and the large hay bern of G.
T. Buliek have been treated to a
coat of paint this week.
The Sunday School scholars en
joyed asocial at the home of P. H.
Acker man, south of town, Wednesr
Work is progressing finely on the
telephone line and the farmers
south of town will-soon have con
nection wit|i their lieighpors and
with this place. As soon as this line,
is complete, work will be commenc
ed on a line to run south and west
W. M. Cline marketed thirty six
head of hogs Tuesday.
Tho Brethren held their loveleast
last Saturday evening.
J. Schechter Jr. made, a business
trip to Han COCK, Minn., last week.
The assessor made his rounds
thru this part of the township last
Roy Fowler has been busy these
last two weeks shearing sheep for
his neigh bom
Rev. Peter Brubaker is conduct
ing a series- of meetings at the
Brethren church this week.
•Mrs. E. Thompson closed a
successful term of school in Diet.
No. 6, May 27. She expects to re
turn to her home near Hinckley
Nels Metz and" wife, Dan Myers
and wife drove up from Lake Park
Friday to attend the^love feast at
the Brethren church. Sevaral ether
visiting members were w&nt also.
^|A school picnic was he'd at Mr.
Free's Tuesday, June 7, at th. close
of Miss Sarah Hosmer's Pch.ooL
The picnic was well attended^.^nd
much enjoyed by teacher, pupils
and parents. Mr. Buchan,of Worth,
ing^ton. was out and took a picture
the schooL Thiswas Miss Hosmer's
third year of school work in this
Dist an^gfie has^proven hers^f a
comfSstent teacher and ^ar work is
much appreciated by pupils and
Mrs. Sam.Edwards died at Round
Lake, Tuesday June 21, of old age.
The deceased was born in Wales
and is an old setter in this part of
She was a widow at the time of
Meelie Habeck died at Ewington,
Wednesday June 22nd. Deceased
was an infant boy.
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Beat Estate add Lotos"
HEBRON• LAKE, tUlVV, ,»
Physician and S urgeoti^.'
Citizens' National Bank/ h*J
Resideuce on 10th street between 6tll
and Tth avenues.
WM A. SAXON, p. O.,
Treatriaeht parlors on 3d Ave. next
W.T? DeC jitep, D'.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Besidenoe in Stitser
Hours 11 to 12 a, m. 2 to S p. m.
£R.L. H. GHOLZ, D. S.
Office hext to Qlobe Printing
Office at Westerh Hooser
J. K. DARBY,
Is once more before the pubrio
an auctioneer. .Will cry ^1 kinds of
salecT aud guarantee. Will have
dotes cashed at eheap if ipoft cfisap«r
than anyone else. See him before
securing your auctioneer for terms
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE HAT.Hi
The names of the mortgagors are John
De Boos and Theresa De Boos, hla wife,
and the name of the mortgagee is Quae
anty Savings and. X^oan: Aasaoiatlon, a
corporation the mortgage is dated Feb
ruary 1st, 1896, and was recorded on the
24th day of February, 1896, at 8 O'clock a.
m. in Book 32 of Mortgages, on page 311,
etc., in the office of the Register ofDeeds
in and for Nobles County, Minnesota.'
On the 14th day of October,. 1903, the
Articles of Incorporation of the Guar
anty Savings and Loan Association were
duly a.nd legally amended whereby the
name of the Guaranty Savings and Iioaa
Association was changed to "The State
Institution for Savings'^ by which name
it has ever since existed, and such pro
ceedings in no way affected or changed
the identity of said corporation.
There is claimed to be due and Is due
at the date of this notice the sum of tw6
hundred and ninety-four and 24-100
(294.24) dollars, being the principal nam,
with accrued interest thereon, less the
withdrawal value of the Stock pledged as
collateral for-said loan. No action at law
or .otherwise has been instituted to re
cover said -debt, or any pait thereof.
Notice is hereby given, that said mort-'
gage will be foreclosed. and the fOUowlnV
described premises situated ill the County
of Nobles and State of Minnesota, to-wit:
Lots one (1) arid two^(2)_ of Block ten"
(10) of the' Village 'of -'fiigejow, according
to the plat thereof on flle aJid of record in
the office of the Register of Deeds in and
for N.oWes county, Minnesota, will be
sold by the sheriff of said county at pub
lic auction attire front door of the Court
"jigton, Nobles County,,N
House at Won
Datefl May 2nd. 1904.
THE STATE INSTITUTION FOR SAV
INGS (Successor of the Guaranty Sav
ings and Loan Association),
C. H. CHILDS,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
No. 517 First Avenue S-,
SECURE GOOD PBICB
for your goods sold at Auction by
having them^cried by—
A SMALL FIRE.
Wednesday about 5:3® the people
around town were.slartlcd by hear
ing the fire bell send out its warn
ing. The firemen #era quick in
getting out the apparatus but did
rot have to g6 xnbre than half a
block as the lire was put out.
The fire was located in Z. M.
Smith's/house, across the Omaha
track. A few shavings in the I itch
en were afire and it is thought that
one the children started iL.-
Lee Forbes and Ctarl-ey Loveless
happened to.be down to the tracks
and they ran over to the house and
easily extinguished the blaze with
a little water.