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Mineral Point Tribune.
B.J. BENNETT.Publisher. VOLUME LVII. Parties Who Had Teeth Extracted Hy othoi than local dentists will do well to consult me before paying fancy prices for misfit plate work that lacks adaptation and expression :: :: :: :: :: :: : ” '• REMEMBER, We deduct what has peen paid for extracting from the price of the plates. 1 will guarantee to give you better service as to tit. expression and material, ami the price will be no more than you pay others. By having your work done at home you ran have the work properly tilted and ad justed. and if things are not right, I am here to make it right. I make a specialty of gold crown and BKIIX.I. WORK ANYTHING and EVERYTHING IN MODERN DENTISTRY CONSULT DR. W. G. HALES Over Oundry & Gray's CORN CU R E “OUR OWN” Does the work. No inconvenience or long treatment. It w ill get rid of any eorn-bigor little, hard or soft, old or new, Money back if it fails, 10 cents a box. That'll not hi oak anybody, bvt if will finish corns. Don't suffer. Have tough, sound feet. MESEROLE DRUG STORE Phone 19. A Wise hunter After bargains first consults the newspager advertisements and then in vestigates. To the firm which always represents things ex actly as they arc, his patron age is awarded. This is, in a measure, the cause to which wc owe the gradual increase of our business from year to year. We keep only the best of everything to eat, and never misrepresent, or allow anyone in our employ to misrepresent. We buy in large quantities every day in the business week, thereby insuring cheap ness and freshnes, which, com bined with the most efficient service, make our store in ev ery respect the place where the people of Mineral Point and vicinity can and do sup ply their wants the easiest and cheapest. Brewer & Penhallegon CASH GROCERS The Local Field. —Correll & Martin for clothing. —6 cents buys a Red Trunk and with it goes a good smoke. —A library building of red brick is being built at Darlington. —Miss Nellie Prideaux returned from her Milwaukee trip Saturday. —Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vivian were over Sunday visitors at thestate cap ital. —Next Thursday, Oct. 6th, is the date of Henry Bray's big sale, re member. —P. Allen, Jr., will occupy the pul pit of the P. M. church next Sunday morning. —Thos. Dawe came out from Chi cago last week for an indefinite stay with his folks. —John Allen and wife were up from Darlington one day this week visiting relatives. —John 1 inden has sold Ins interest it, tne uray busmens Linden Proa, to Fred Mranger. Rev. J. Hardcastle will preach at Pleasant View on Sunday at 11 a. m. and Willow Springs at 2 30 p. m. —On Thursday evening of next week. Oct. 6th, is when the Co-Work ers of the P. M. dhurch are to give their 16 cent tea.., Remember this and attend. DANCE TO-NIGHT at the city ball. Mineral Point. Given by the Mineral Point Orchestra, who will furnish the music. Everybody cor dially invited. Tickets 50 cents. —J H. Nattrass, for several years the efficient superintendent of the La Fayette county schools, and Miss Edna Benedict of Brookfield, this state, were married last week. They will locate in Dubuque, lowa. Destructive Nre. Last Saturday night about twelve o’clock Mr. Chas. Churchill who lives on the farm owned hy Mr. Jus. Penberthy of this city, located three and a half miles northwest of here, was awakened by an unusual noise. Upon going outside he discovered the roof of the large barn, about fifty yards distant, all ablaze. The fire had gained too much headway for any one to check, and although neigh bors rallied in short order, there was no possible chance of saving the property. The barn was (tt!x2-i feet with a good sized wing. In the barn were something lik“ non bushels of oats and 30 tons of hay, and one or two sets of harness, till of which were consumed. Fortunately there were no live stock in the barn. There was some insurance on the barn and con tents, but not enough within eight or nine hundred dollars to cover the loss. The night was calm, otherwise the destruction might have been greater. Origin ot the fire unknown. Mr. Penberthy feels grateful to the neighbors who rallied and so heroic ally did what they could to subdue the flames. Beautiful and Substantial. Our city schools opened on Mon day of this week. The lateness of op ening was due mainly to waiting for the completion of the new school building, which, hy the way. is equal in imposing grandeur and substanti ality to any high school building in the state. It is a structure of more than passing credit to Mineral Point, beautiful to behold both inside and out, ami so equipped as to prove of comfort, attractiveness and pleasure to teachers and scholars alike. There is an exceptionally large enrollment in every department,and with this new era in our school af fairs there is apparent among all citizens a keen desire to keep pace with the age. Now that we can, let it ever be, we will. A Rockford Wedding. Daily Kei:ister-Cia/.ette. 22. “The marriage of Miss Amelia Prince and Mr. Henry (i. Foebl was solemnized Inst evening at the borne of the bride. IKil West State street. 'Die ceremony was performed by Rev. F. H. Hardin in the presence of about 50 guests. The bridal couple were attended by Miss Nellie Prince and Henry Hick. Mr. and Mrs. Foebl will take no wedding trip, but will go to housekeeping at once at 514 Rlake Street. The groom is an em ploye of the Union Dairy company and has been in this city about one year. Mr. Foebl came to Rockford from Hawaii about one year ago.” The bride is a daughter of Air. and Mrs. James Prince, of this city, where she was reared, and here are numerous friends who extend hearty congratulations. The Woman's Reading Club will hold its opening Reception at the Public Library room, on the evening of Monday, Oct. 3, at T o’clock. All members are earnestly requested to be present and to bring their friends, many of whom it is hoped will join the club to show their practical interest in the Public Library. Light refresh ments will be served and the commit tee on entertainment has provided for a pleasant evening. M. S. C. Ross, President. —There's anger against Hteflens from some quarters of course, for the masterful way in which lie throws light on dark places in treating on Wisconsin politics in McClure’s magazine foi October. Have you read it? If not, do so by all means. It is a beautiful story in point of composition, but not so beautiful for those who are forced to squirm be cause of tfie X-ray process of this vigorous winter. In two cities alone in this state four thousand copies of the magazine were sold in one day by newsdealers, a fact sufficient to guarantee its popularity. —J. Roy Gordon exhibited a ear load of Imps at the Warren fair last week. He secured a goodly number of the ribbons including Z sweep stake-*. Warren bad a flue exhibit of all classes of livestock ttiis year and her young men are pushing the Warren fair to a success. —The city council of Monroe has granted a franchise for the building of a street railway in that city. If the action of the city c< uncil is not opposed by petition within sixty days the franchise will go into legal effect at the expiration of that time. MINERAL POINT, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901. —A meeting of the Woman’s Re lief Corps will he held on Friday, Sept. 30, at 2:30 p. m. at the K. P. hall. A good attendance is desired by the president. —Mrs. John Hardcastle returned Saturday night from Juda, where she has been visiting for about three weeks. —Wtiatever may be said of the case before the supreme court, the case which is submitted to the peo ple might very properly he designa ted as "Wallet versus La Follette." It is nearing the time to pro vide the boys with school clothes. We have a full line of Boys’ Knee-Pants Suits at $2.00 per suit. This clothing is worth more money. Make an early selection from this special lot GUNDRY & GRAY CO. DRYGOODS CLOTHING SHOES. fH>ctoja Coffee Conrad’s Java and Mocha Blend For Breakfast ALSO <soob Ccas AT Pittz Grocery Store EVERYTHING NEW Newest and latest in Ladies’ and Children’s \u>oit|x y Y r*jhioo ruiu*M C LOAKS, DRKSS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, SHIRT WAIST SUITS, FLANNEL & SILK i v j S, TAILORED SKIRTS. Man’ a and Boys' Suits and Pants. Furnishings, Sweaters, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes Our dally sales prove our low prices for RELIABLE GOODS J. F. HENDRA. —For rent, one of the best farms on the Waldwlck Prairie. Hee J. JR. Reynolds. —lt Is understood that two or threj! parties of this city will goon be the owners of automobiles. “Home First, the World Afterwards." 66 The WlMtte McDiuiseo 05 Latest Styles in Furs Voa cannot afford to overlook the beautiful things we are showing in Furs No old trash to offer you nothing but the newest and best. Prices from $1.75, and up to S'2A and SAS. Dress Goods Bargains. A splendid variety of new Ilroadcloths wliieh are so popular at only ItOc yd Every variety of weave and coloring in Dress Hoods and all at our bargain prices. Carpets, Linoleums, Art Squares, W indow Shades and Lace Curtains, in endless variety and at Lower Prices Ilian our competitors are asking for them. Don't think of buying until yon get our prices. We’ll sa\e you money. Women’s Kid Gloves at SPECIAL SALE. Will offer you *1.250 quality for Pftc, and +1 s' grpde for 51.27 for one week only. Lots of Raincoats / Rain-proof Materials to select from. Shoes, in Newest Shapes, for Men, Women, and Children the KIND THAT WEAK. THE WHITE HOUSE. VT.J. I’l.Ml \I.I.KiO\, Proprietor Trimmed Millinery NEW ARRIVALS FOR THIS WEEK Good business at our opening is flattering evidence that our efforts to place before the public correct headwear are ap preciated. It is owing to this fact that we are able to offer his week an entirely new line of Trimmed Mats, which will include many novelties not shown before M. V. LENAMAN. We are always there with the goods. Letter step in and look them over —always pleased to show our goods 1 Mineral Point, \/A EDI I IVI Rol, * b, Wlconsln VjF ■ VMlxLil M Clothlar Du rock Jersey Reds For sob*, 16 choice yu ik Duro6k Jersey Red stock hogs, at the lowa County Farm. Enquire of K. J Per kn., eopehnlCTid-vt New Proprietor at Old Stand, The undersigned has recently pur chased the McMurrough blacksmith shop, better known us the George Day shop. Am having it fixed up for a complete general blacksmith shop and shall try to give perfect satisfac tion In every particular. A share of the public patronage Is respectfully solicited j(7tf Gkohok 8. Jackson. Political Meeting. Speaker Joe Cannon of Illinois and Congressman Landes, of Ohio, are booked to talk politics in this city 01. the afternoon of Tuesday, October it. Bear this in mind. Watch for bills. I HIS notice is published with JL the purpose of interesting you in new clothes that are TRULY NEW —everything new and right from start to finish. The Fabrics, the Patterns, the Styles, and even the Workmanship —all have some new improvement or innovation that makes them nice clothes to look at and nicer clothes to wear. You’ll feel well dressed and well satisfied in one of our truly new suits or overcoats. Real value in every garment. We have solved well the question: "1 low can a man dress well at moderate cost?” LOW RATES to the PACIFIC COAST via the Chicago, Milwaukee 4 St. Paul Railway. 53 2.9 5 to Hun Francisco, Lrts Angeles and many other points in Cali fornia. s3l SO to Portland, Tacoma. Heattle and many other points in Oregon and Washington. $27.05 to Rutte, Helena and many other points in Montana, $27.05 to Halt Lake ( ity, Ogden and a number o' other points in Itah, Idaho and Colorado. 529.30 to Hpokane and other Eastern Washington points. Tickets on sale every day until .October 16. Further information about rates, routes and train service gladly furnished by the ticket agent i or by writing to F. A. MILLER, o-n'l Pass. Agent, Chicago. Ttrms: 51.50 ptr Annum. \UM CER 31) —“A party fit to (govern must have I convictions." So thinks Roosevelt uni so thinks the La Follotteites. Mr. ('iut\ of Dubuque spent a few days in this city r>• • ntly, the j IfUe.st of his daiurhter, Mr. Dr. \\ r . M. (tratlot. Lieutenant J. Preston Terrell, Artlllery Corps, F. H. Army, of Kurt Riley, K ansas, )s visit intr at the home of M r. f. K. dale. —-Darlington Deinoei at. The kids hail a lime Monday searching for lost pieces of coin of the calm as the walk was torn up preporatory to lay IHR the new cement walks. A number of nickels and dimes were found among the accumulations of refuse under the old walks. hi I .mi] WINTIK TAILORING WV are prepared to supply your demands from several of the best woolen lion .es in the United States at the lowest liv living prices. Asa rule, the most progressive men in every walk of life have their clothing made to order. All the presidents of our country, from Washington to Roosevelt, w ere men of pood taste and judgment, who believed in made-to-ordei wearing apparel. W hy? Because they found such clothing to be the most satisfactory and cheapest in the end. It is not generally known that we iiavc had three tailor presidents. Fillmore was a tailor’s apprentice; the next was a Taylor by name; and John son was a first class tailor and cut ter for many years. Please leave your orders for Suits, Overcoats etc. for the fall and winter as early as possible. 1 hanking my friends and customers for past favors, and hoping to merit a contin uance of of youi patronage, I remain, yours respectfully, A. F. DRESDEN WATCHES MD JEWELRY We have just received a large and complete line of watches and jewelry. Our stock of watches is larger than ever, and is composed of nothing but the leading makes. As usual our prices arc the lowest. MAUGER’S JEWELRY STORE Sloth Hogs for Sale. Rig Yorkshire and Chester White Stock lings for suit? nt Jos. Meecher’s in the town of Mineral Point. Pedi gree can lx given. 37w4* Attention Comrades A regular meeting of (!eo. H. I.e gnle Postil. A. It . will be held on the afternoon of October”, 11)04, be ginning at two o’clock. Every Com rade’s prefo nee is urgently denim!, ns important business N to be con sidered at the meeting. My order of the Post, H. Pins, act. Adjf. / or Register of Deeds. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for register of deeds, subject to the action of tlie Republican county convention. Respectfully, James H. Hakti.k, 88 Dodgeviile, Wis. I or Register of Deeds. (ientlemen—f hereby announce myself as candidate for the office of Register of Deeds, subject to the ac tion of tlie Republican county con vention. T. J. Payntkh, Highland. P. M. Church Service*. Hniiday, 9:o<i a. in, Class Meeting. 10;30a. in. Preaching l>y pastor. 2:00 p. m. Habbatii Mchool. 7:80 p. in. preaching by pastor. Monday,7 ;30p. in. Young Converts Meeting. Tue- lay. 7:HO p. in. Prayer Meeting by pa- 'or. Wednesday, Junior Christian En deavor, conducted by Miss Oates. Thursday, 7:80p in. C. E. Meeting conducted by Mis- Clara Denson.