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The Misses Eberhardt of Michigan av
enue gave a birthday party last Thurs
day. Those present were Misses Lizzie
Kerscher, Cora Johnson, Josie Sieker,
Clara Salomon. Antonette Schroeder,
Rose Handl, Ida Schoch, Ida Stoltze,
Clara Rudolph. Sadie O'Hara, Laura
Grosstneck, Lizzie Kappes, Ella G'ch,
Louise Seidl, Julia Matek, Louisa Pitz,
Helen Heise, Pauline Mueller. Clara
Schroeder, Sophie Eberhardt, Emma
Schoch, Anna Stolze. Helen Gelbke. Ida
Hagen. Josie Grosstueck. Mrs. Charles
Krnmm and Mrs. Alex Pankratz.
*
A large party of young people from
this city took a bus drive out to the
home of Henry Lelunkuhl in Newton last
Sunday in honor of the son of thediouse.
Avery enjoyable time was had and all
came home well pleased with the hospi
tality of their host. Those in the party
were: Misses Elsie Genrich, Lillie West
phal, Zerolda Buerstatte, Bessie Herr
mann. Ella Eggert. Mabel Haase. Hulda
Nimz, Lillie Buerstatte and Messrs. Will
Westphal. Charles Lehmkuhl. Fred
Groll, Ernst 'Mathews. John Brandt,
Emil Jirikowic. Charles Buerstatte and
August Eberhardt.
*
ft
An enjoyable party under the man
agement of Ted Junes and Helmer An
deraon. was given at Strathmau’s, Silver
Lake as a farewell to those of our young
people who will soon leave to take up
their studies at the different institutions
of learning. Out of town guests were.
Misses Zillier and Becker of Sheboygan,
Mauson of Wausau, Schultz of Milwau
kee and Thomas Clark of Waupaca.
Henry Tendick. the shoe dealer, sup
posedly a bachelor beyutid redemption
has decided to join the ranks of bene
dicts. He is tube be married to Miss
Anna Trcick of Newton, Supt. 27th. Air.
Tendick is one of our successful business
men and Miss Trcick is an estimable
young lady. Both have a large circle of
friends who wish them a happy union.
*
In honor of the first birthday of their
little son Air. and Mrs. AI ax Aumann
entertained a large gathering of triends
MARSHALL M. KIRMAN OF THE
CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN
A CONVERT TO DEMOCRACY.
Among the prominent members iff
Svanston’s first Democratic club, is
Marshall Al. Kirkinan. vice president of
:he Chicago <fe Northwestern railroad.
William AlcKinley had no more zealous
supporter in IHiK! than Air Kirkman.
nit it would seem that four ye n- of the
)hio crowd was enough, in fact, tco
nuch, for Mr. Kirkman.
Air. Kirkman is taking an active in
erest in the club's affairs and wants to
ee it make a goud showing on election
RASH REPUBLICAN BETS.
Some Republicans who are over supplied with confidence are going
around the count? offering *lOO even money, that the Republican
county ticket will come out of the ballot box a winner. While the of
fers have been made no money ha made its appearance and it is whis
pered around that a whole lot of Democratic money has gone on the
hunt for the wandering Republican ash. but it has be n unable to find
it even with the aid of a search was rant, so elusive is it.
It can be said that whenever th Republican mom; comes out in
the open there will be no difficulty in covering it. And then, after
Nov. t> the Democrats will have lot; of jollity spending it
at their home. Music was furnished by
the Union Cornet Baud. Dancing was
indulged in and refreshments were serv
ed. The guests went home wishing the
little one many happy returns of the
day.
* *
Joseph Boroucki and Miss Anna Kor
alewski were married at the Polish Cath
olic church A reception was held at
the home of the bride’s parents in the
afternoon and a ball was given in the
evening at Naidy’s hall.
* *
*
Emil Seitz celebrated his thirty-sixth
birthdav Sept. 13. A large number of
friends were present and as Emil never
does anything by halves, they all had a
good time.
Mrs. J. S. Anderson will be one of the
speakers at the meeting of the Fox Riv
er Literary association meeting at Green
Bay. October Ilf.
Miss Lizzie Mueller entertained a
nnmlier of her friends Saturday in hon
or of her birthdav.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Zander and child
of Brillion visited their old home at Mi
shicot Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aumann took
upon themselves the role of host and
hostess at their home, to a gathering of
well pleased friends last Sunday.
Messrs, and Mesdames A. J. Rummele
and.l. A. Keith left for the northern
part of the state for two week's fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Anderson have re
turned from a visit to the State Fair.
Miss Minnie Biegel of Chicago is here
visiting with tier brothc v Joseph
Edwin Schuette took a party of young
ladies up the river last week in Ids
launch.
Mrs. Ed. Schmitz and Mrs, (’has.
Groffman are visiting in Milwaukee.
The Musical club vill begin the se.
son on < ictober s.
The ladies of the St. James church
look an outing at English lake yester
day .
Miss Agnes Fraenzl entertains a num
ber of friends this evening at her home
on York street.
day.
Along with Air. Kirkman are many
other leading residents of Evanston, in
cluding James H. Raymond, the well
known patent lawyer, and M. AI. Grid
ley. candidate for probate judge.
At the last meeting a large number of
applications for membership were re
ceived. some stirring short speeches
made and committees appointed to can
vas- the town by wards and make re
port on all voters.
UNDER THE LIBRARY LAMP. £
The SMA'iT Si’l for September is a
distinct improvement over previous is
sues. The novelette of the number is of
timely and extraordinary interest. It
is entitled ‘The Leading Woman." and
is by John D. Barry. It deals with the
opening of the New York theatrical sea
son and the ambitions and adventures
of a talented young actress. In this
story Mr. Barry takes hi readers behind
the scenes and sets forth the true stage
life in a manner never heretofore at
tempted in fiction.
The Witty Gelett Burgess contributes
afarcial story entitled "Lady Mechante,"
that pescribes the adventures of a beau
tiful woman burglar. Mrs. William Al
len. one of the lights of New York soci
ety. signs a story that she calls “The
Love Letters of a Liar." and that will
make a sensation at Newport and Nar
ragansett Pier. Gertrude Atherton con
tributes a weird story. "The Greatest
Good. " that is sure to be remembered by
all who read it. “The Unlucky Shilling"
is a humorous tale by Barry Pain. “The
Moonlight at El-Kordo” is a strong story
by C. B. Lewis (“M. Quad - ’). “With
the Government’s Regrets." by Louise
W inter, author i"f "Hearts Aflame," is
a fascinating tale of recent days in Ha
vana.
’L*
There is a thrilling story of danger
and of lost love in the October number
of The Delineator. It is dated back in
the romantic Acadian days by the mas
ter of Canadian fiction. Charles G. D.
Roberts.
* a
*
It will pay educators and mothers of
families to preserve a set of the interest
ing articles contributed to The Delinea
tor by Lina Beard, sister of Dan Beard
the famous cartoonist.
The marriage of Miss Mabel McKin
ley, niece of President McKinley, natur
ally arouses interest in “The Brides of
the Whitehouse," because of Miss Mc-
Kinley's close relationship to the Chief
Executive of the nation. Mrs. Schuvlei
Crowninshield has written a charming
article regarding the few women who
have been honored with White house
weddings.
CITY IN BRIEF.
Building a House Oscar Lindholm
is building another cottage on school
house block in the Fifth ward. This
makes the fifth one he will have built
this season.
To Country’ Will
the country correspondents please send
in their communications so as to reach
this i iffice in it later t han Tuesday evening.
Paving isCompleted The paying on
North Eighth street is practically com
pleted. Engineer Pitz watched Re
work closely and rejected many bad
bricks.
Want Franchise rights The Higgins
street car men are going through the
county looking for franchises. It is their
intention to run a line clear from Mani
towoc to Green Bay. And the line will
he constructed as soon a- po si Vile,
Back from Switzerland Louis Feb
li*>z of Gibson returned this morning
from a tour through Switzerland where
he went everal months ago to visit h’s
old home. Mr. Fdliez i- well pleased
with ids trip, lb' thinks Switzerland
the most beautiful country and the
Swiss people the happiest in the world.
Hebrew New Year -On September
“I and 2o the Jews will celebrate their
New Year's day. All their business
places will be closed.
Appropriate SSOOO At a special
school meeting held in the Third ward
schoo: it was voted to bond the district
for >■' < mote
Democratic Meeting An enthusias
tic n ito was held at the Democratic
clubroo.. Tuesday evening. John(Tilou
pel a Idir-sed the assemblage and an
earnest discussion of political questions
followed.
Championship Games Manager
Herzog of the Manitowoc hall team has
arranged to play a championship series
of three games with the Racine team.
The first game will prohahlv be played
Sunday.
Railroad Officials Here President
A. F. Whitcomb. General Manager
George T. Jarvis, General Superintend
cut S J. Collins. General Freight Man
ager B. Johnson, Chief Engineer K B
Tweedy. Superintendent of Motive Pow
er August Brown, all officials of the
Wisconsin Central Railroad were in the
Shove Assignment Closed Judge
Klliott approved t ie accounting of As
signee Picuing an 1 this <elehrated case
was closed on Tuesday
An injury to the Chicago <. uftm
ar-l-.-s spanning the steamer (lineage
I, causing the vessel to !•** dry
docked for repairs.
Steering gear gives out Tin steer
ing gear of the Massnsoit gave out on
Saturday when the vessel was off Two
Creeks, fifteen miles out in the lake.
She Wiis towed to lais port.
Northside football team Th. North
side High will lie well represented on the
gridiron this fall. It is expected that at
the opening of the football season the
team will weigh man average of 145
pounds. Among the old men Iwck are
Willot, Steefvater, Capt. Jones, Kelley,
Smalley. Barnes and Hanson, (lames
have been arranged with St. Johns'Mili
tary Academy. Kankauna High, Stur
geon Bay High and the Ryan school at
Appleton. Most of the games this sea
son will l>e played out of town.
Big steamer Horse loads The Bes
semer steamer Samuel F. B. Morse load
ed at elevator B. 227,000 bushels of
wheat, on a draft of 17 feet e inches for
ward and 17 feet '! inches aft.
Broke sewer pipe —Street Commis
sioner Robinson found a leak in the sur
face sewer pipe at the corner of (Vmiuier
cial and Eighth streets. Emil Tanbe,
who was employed in putting in the gas
pipe acknowledged that he broke the
sewer pipe in order to put in the gas
pipe, believing it to be a lead pipe.
Laying gas mains— Work is progress
ini' satisfactorily on the laying of gas
mains. About twenty car loads of pip
ing are on the way from Chicago to this
city.
Oulick Mougan home— Gnlick Hon
gan is home from Capt* Nome. He is
reticent about his trip. Norman Tnrri
son returns next October.
SiipiiskfaiiiUolEsaltL
DELAY 8S IT .?ICERCMB.
Many diseases aut deceptive that In "c -0 ; ’ p rsons nav ■ ch': r t before tUcy even
suspect It. They know they are not It, 1 a ..re perfectly Ignor.-nt ot the deadly tunas
which arc fastening upon them. a.id r.'j’ .>m ror later, certainty destroy them, unless
rescued by a skillful hand. Aiit'. VOV ff’UCrEi) ? You.' east navy now bo
perfectly curaule, but Mtemniihci-. • vc, moment of ntglectfr ngs ynu nearer its In
curable stages, when, perhaps, Hi ■mo a u liul physician can tender you uo assistance.
The present la ours, the future may l 1,.1TE,
j®H)R. KL’TOHIM !S K 0 GRANGER IN THIS COUNTY.
WHAT DR. KUTCHJN j
GOES CO.
Dr. Kulohln makes
the Urst object ot his
life to heal tho af
flicted; the second, to
gat a \v •11-descrvod
reputation as. a healor
of diseases among the
people; thu third, Is
to earn a modest com
pensation In order to
prope. ,y care fur him
self and family.
Uo does all that be
■tfrOCS to, and 1 ft
tlmcs more, and when
faifuro docs oc, ir it
can aivvaya bo traced
to carelessness, im
prudence, or over
work on tho part of
the patient.
Ho deals candidly,
liberally and honor
ably with ait alike,
taking advantage of
none as ,o condition
or circumstance.
Last, hut not least,
HE omuls after all
methods but Ids have
failed.
M. 'kUTCHSN,
President Maplewood bmllarium, t.reen take,
His. Ex. S. I*. Su: son. lute of Sani
tarium and Kcrnw °o., lolumhu", 0.
Specialist In C ironic Liiseases.
HE CURES AFT) B OTHERS F&SL.
The Most Successful and Solent fie Treatment o ail Dijcoaos and
V.foakneauos oJ Monk. -,d Possible to Obtain.
Tho most widely amK iv-ably known i < "list In tl.<- Unit I &iai> h. Ill: )-i.b ox-
Kf*® • n , r ’ ’ ; ! , vl ; v;:' 1 ' r i oi 1 en<
? ’ J ~;- 1 -l- 1 ■ . NEBVOI . ii i. ' i
; ■ " ■ Hint tothi I . . ■ hero
nR KIITRHIN ipoitorlndia© li aud k'
I Willi Medio and Surgical D Cliroi Cr.tr.rrh.
or tno hyc, h:r, Nose, i:.n : • unJ Luiif;.,. so. li -he Dr. , •, Hat,. t , ifi.l-
IV, ■; J* 1 ,l; ! ; ■ omalo tvnd , , ,■ ■ ... .... ■ treatment
Ji it Irr) IVV'r 1 .'!■ 1I 1 !!. OdSOlOUes I n< I
p opie moot dcith every v■. who tuitrui bvo t----n real nr.-d *, net r--. j )i. i.i,}• ad they
placed their cares In re : hands of experts.
CmiOMC DISEASES.
The Doctor Iron, no jir ■ e .llneiiae,. hut
m.'i’ter a pj- ■ ■ 11> of chroi'i" :orl lor.K-ptnndtni.
alsoftsop *’;i,soiriven tipbf - ’her doetorn una
pronounc 1 1 Incurable, he ; j -i desires to see
EXAMINATIONS Fill I 10 ALL.
Whenev It Is known that Hr. Refillin')-
ntopnlne at a place, cine uothe, 'o rmr
''t h.S.n. audit I, not to I ■ a-iuj ni vhei
It I r nMr .or ■ 1 til u In tila o .Ink n dl-e -i
U'li'W n o a (|.ieatlen, In I • orlhea the alt
leroru dn i-.e. hatter tliiin : saelt i-;i:i the -,
■elv . It I.u anderfitl ltt lor anyone t-
D(i3'M.,:r, 1 liulrtilr. 1 , o ostlrp 'r.v■
nn v.c i- 1 wonder thn ,iyh -nl the country.
II) i lop!- 1 tho following plan, which p pe
cellar t > thv lame h,spied . n) rt I. no; and
never hai been tlio pr.ictl 'c ■ - eiatry dm-n r:>
vl; :h> ■ fully notes |i.e nptoan ii th<
pall".it, api a oriains tin f 1!, -In
torml ore inn, all of whleli li . .-fully r ...
In IP * rot. n.T for fiiluin i -.-once In thp
waybo le-t-rt-ibei the tin- no of thrill.
f h.oandi . Mil;-.-. iVlr n -I eplo conrnil
111) 1h- re 1 illv tolls them o rhe tan cure
orb • 1 1* them, or war. t uo- they • nayo id hnpo
his ijipitovtD methods <>;■ treatment
Are mil l raid pi i-isant; acr. - perfectly with
th" too ltd-ill ate l.aly or f, • . o not w-dnn-
Btro'r;tli! cinho no and will-, . ,-irk. auditive
the (rr ni ■DOS Hide huuelit In tho shortest
po-.lhl' time. I • tlout r:i , n.ult him or
c n-odiil ■ ,/|th dim as of- ■- they choose,
dmlnr t ■ sviiol.■ time is , Mr i for tho cure
vrltl r•; -r ito where dr-v : v he, tin-s with
outnxtr. elurac. Tina lender n : the treaUnral
naan': -- Inland Batlrfacti Vhouah they
word llvl-i-t next door to Coen -a her.
I’.-rs.oi j vie -I.lllliilly ip v l^nt-ran*
pri)tcn.l:-r who keep trlflln ■ ith them ni.inil
niter month, hivluk p-daonon and Inlurl in*
com pound'-, should cn.ll i. . Hi- - iv---i.it.
SPIAIIAI.TIESi Cali ■ In Disease).,
Sir Plmpies,scrofula. 11l nl'ri.l .Bcr-iun.
t an- -r. 1’11..s nn-l Dl-ica->-a of 1 0.-.iei (Inlrkly
in 11'omini ently Cored l-y in - l.ito -t approve ;
troatmnntna oursnetl by h „dl ayeela oi
Amorlcaun l Kurope.
I#*" Cases and correspondence ionlldentlai, Treatment ;;ontC O. I), to uuy purto.
th*> unit.'"’. Huton i.'orr p id-n-- -dth Invalids sollclti ■ All letters with idanip iin
doted answered free. Call nml )<o examinee ami at least learn the cause of your disease,
ami If It can be cured Tape Worm* ret loved in from three t o five hours without
starvation. The remedies for the whole courts of treatment are furnished from the
Office or at the Institute, all at once or by the month.
CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE TO ALL AT THE
Williams House, Thursday, Oct. 4.
Every I : our Weeks Thereafter.
Office IhnirH iron !♦ a. in. to 1* p. m.
HAL FI Hi: VTOIMM I\ IKICKNKSS
!IM to the cuuhc of theii ill li ‘tilth. If
ihev would nttirt to tn-at th ir kidneys
with Fcl-K' s KIUNKV CriJi-. the wear
i ness of body and mind h i ktu he hea 1
mdip and rheumatic pains would dintip
peur Henry Hinrkhi,
Farm for Sale Cheap.
I have for sale the Henry Rnmpf farm
in the town of Mishicot. consisting of
eighty acres of land, with good build
ings. This farm can l>e had at a bar
gain. Julius Lindstedt,
Office Manitowoc Savings Bank Bid
Just Received:
Anew line of the latest styles
and patterns of
Dress Goods,
Linings,
Ribbons,
Lace Curtains,
Table Covers,
Rugs, Towdings,
Blankets,
and
Winter Underwear and
Hosiery
at the
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK.
Manitowoc. Wisconsin.
'WHAT DR. KUTCHIH
DOES NOT 00.
I lie does not fright
i t n people lnted(.. lor-
I tug by holding up ..
idea of a speedy in ath
1 i fore their i y.; . He
1 lots not urge the sick
;to take treatment
( when lie knows them
to lie incurable Nel
| ther dmt; he by false
I pretenses hold the
i sick under his earn
month ; tier month
’ Idle doing tbi m no
good.
, lb dots not per
|m;cOo hclrdi m
i urnhl<<B to doctor
I : tut nihot
' Hu ir lives, or give up
th<ir lest dime for
: 1 .1 dkluc.
lie does not take
I patients under a mo
, i all. .1 f.;lf i gum mute
I I rettr.dlng to charge
I only for medicinennd
taking whatever
• mount ho ct
I I r make tho object of
, 1 Id life to■ tl rtbub-
Icy from the nick.
'"i DISCI - ■ ■ PBOVEDESIB.
l*r. Ki:tc-lili: hua roeelved the im.it up
i Mu.'utl insirut tlon In AnnlvtlMil ami
1 • CO,-' . ! ll f.- • -i\ ■ I t)| Jl|| , ,1. | .|-| ijo
•tc.. vindi :•• in.v/cnUF'tleru i M,iMpi'|l“:.l)l to
■ rr f ijiruiK 1. in ;ii y <4l ... .<4, 'i licio
ro numv llsr *F(VM/li*f| plr lu) •!' In' omnion
ii * -ti and not i. ’U.iII' tivut, and are, tUerc*
• 'i • it !i no • i■y ■i <i aj.
’’d : <\ mi •( i:< clly,orlrcut with fuc-
Ii- -. tin ii'furc. v • .Hid do we ll i<>
it i • < • ;.r ! I< ,;rn tin ir Inn 1 < < r iHlioti, unit
'vi!- 1 - ■*! • ‘ 1 ; II , \ i.i, y i it, ok jt>r
1 ittporclo.sn ) ri ni m thetn.
ITKI M TI-V UFNTOHKII.
Q'alclc. i ‘lit. sand certain euro f' r !iii|h>
* ••‘C)’. 1 l" (1 S|'*n.i;it uiln. . Ia.?:ob #
W>•'!kni I- find r\< us u hlllty,
o -1■ 1 ‘- V.i. i Ic, .'’ml : 1 ( 11\;lo tllsenr.C'H,
1: ppidei t hnl-H , ( f yi mHi Of
niQinro ycai .ort-ny cnno
• * ' •'*<■ .1 ’.if I Hil l linn, • |mllly
| • ' • mlv rnred <' iiwiiitn I lon fn-o
... . c ir.. ut!ul, Al P iute '’uroH
: f r ur;r:s ■< • if c i.lerdßott. No iliklncurred.
OF VO^Fv.
Hu-l. ~ lit lik'd t/jo hklll 1 <.fbur |>byM
•’f rnd • i?n ui< , fir. uut.Mn uuhkly
f UI .ii" *m h, f J tifiifirp. Mlnoid nrnl t'olybold
<*>' 1 ' ’etl r. 111.. 1.1 t Uf.o (>| Iho kllllc. No
ciiUlDtf, no pntn, no dnnirr r.
Free Fxiimliiiifl#/ii tf rim I'rlne-Knoh
!• T •ir:• f • 1.,1 id <il tr< alliK ii’n liuulcl
end' •rl t' t mn< mof urine, which will
• 1 ... 1 cln nncul end lUcrui.coplcol
U-% .'!?• . ).
P I J>\ PIMTI liA AM HKCTAt
\ : 5u S tiicM ■>.iiii ut puvn or detention
from ouslof
VvpliiiiD, 'JoMir ).ca, Cileel V*i ivnte
lilood Hud w kn It lfM-u*#** ; poedily, cum*
plotely and f *rr: . rn ly cured.
\- in s m.miaiTY awi> fx
-2 \I, i)i UiJr>l u.h yield rapidly to Ida
rkllltul :io:itnrnt.
A <;(sn> many consumptives won and i••
cured and the worst cases comforte 1
and relieved hy usitn> Foi.ky'h Hunkn
and Tak. Snirifest it to those afflicted
You should do this as a fiuknii. Hear)
Hinrichs.
0. TORRISON CO.
We respectfully invite your inspection of our
NEW CLOTHING AND
MEN’S FURNISHING
DEPARTMENT.
We announce the readiness of this section. The
extensive improvement gives us the Largest Clothing
Dcp’t, filled with the Largest Assortment of Clothing
and Hen’s Furnishings in this part of the state.
AUTUMN SHOWING OF—-.
DRESS GOODS,
FRENCH FLANNELS,
AND OUTINGS.
SILKS, LACES,
MILLINERY, CLOAKS
AND JACKETS.
In these Departments we are now showing a
large variety of goods of the latest fall fashions. AH
of this season’s best and newest things have received
our attention.
O. TORRISON CO.
BOSTON STORE
REAL BARGAINS THAT ARE SELDOM MET WITH.
sfl Mrs. Pots’ Sal Irons fully uicklml
plated 69c
85c wash bowels SH
-5c roll toilet paper tic
All our 15 and 17c childrens*' hose all
sizes 10c
All our l.c childrens' hose all sizes.. .He
15.‘ double slates 5x7 Joc
Lace mitre shelf paper lo yds tic
Hl'.’ decorated dinner set. I If’pieces :f7.9s
HU 50decorated teasel, ii pieces. , H-1.75
7c hoys suspenders 5c
50c mens' black and white overshirts
double front and back 89c
No 9 nickle all topper tea kettle.., ,70c
♦‘2.00 Knaranteed wringers for 8 years
at ~. |I,VH
11; ii.ties for Mrs. Pot Sad Irons .... 5c
*5 and 10c cusjiodors loc
u i lace curtains per pair -15 c
SI'I'.I l\l- !■’< ||{ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nXLY
All onr Vaiv Lumps at
lil) HARRIS, Prop.
O p E
'dzaSssjp
Wfff
(f
henry Minrichs, Druggist.
800
JVTXXj'K) S
OIP
BEAUTY
Between (ralata Mont where
passengers first see the Rocky
Mountains and Shuttle. Wa i..
where they reach the ti 1 wa l , ■>
of the Pacific Ocean. A sea of
mountains snowy peaks cool,
green valleys weird, basaltic
rock formations foaming torr-un
dashing water falls
Information from agents of the
Great Northern
Railway
F. I. WHITNEY
Gen I Pane. and Tkt. Agent
Sr. Paul, Minn
kodol Dyspepsia Cure
“Digests what you eat.**
$1.33 lace curtains per pair 80c
*1.30 lace curtains per pair
■'•sc pure linen talile cloth per yd... ~Bc
88c linen table cloth per yd 31c
1 lot 2.1 and Uncodd drawers mens’... 160
88c boys’ knee pants 31c
•10c boys’s knee pants 3t*c
Tic (toys' long pants soc
Pulley bet rings 3 for 1c
All our $ 1 working punts 78c
All our sue working pants. 38c
10c mens white laundered shirts.., ,30c
Tic mens white laundered shirts... ,50c
*1.31 watches warranted tor I year, ,83c
18c silk gents’ hose supporters l(c
School chalk 1 gross in box 7c
*1.31 fancy albums Tic
*l.lO fancy albums SI,OO
81c fancy albums 30c
QI \KTF.R-century old
PA* v. nu ily for roughs and
colds that’s ;is pood to
day is it ever was, and
always has been the best. Twenty
five years of puaranteeinp Foley’s
Honey and Tar, because it was a
sure mm dy.l -shroupht its reward
in 1.0 i- .- iK -and many friends.
It's still the same guarantecd-to
cure-or money-back remedy.
If v/ill cure all couphs and colds,
croup and whooj mg cough, la
grippe and bronchitis. It will
relieve asthma and consumption,
even the worst case-;, and will pre
vent pneumonia. It's guaranteed.
For cuts, bruises or sores
BANNER SALVE is best.
5
Have ymi :i -<*n<.' of Inline ia the
r. -inn uf y..ur st-mach after eating'.’ If
so you will U- benef 'ti il by nsirg ( hum
l-erlains Stomach ami Liver Tablets.
They also cure belching and sour atom.
iuli They regnlate the bowels too.
Price, a, cents Hold by Henry hi.
richs

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