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1'KESENCE OF BUND.
Irate Father Didn't I tell you not to go skating? Quick-Wittetl Son Stay where you be, pop. The ice is awful thin. Truth. LAPAZ. April 2.5, 1 ,. Mrs. Yockey a music teacher, of Tyner City, makes this town every Wednesday, Bhe has quite a class here buggy. The horse arrived home safely but was considerably lacerated from coming in contact with the wire fences. Mr. Deaa an old Sunday-school work er here bade the members good bye last Sunday. His class of old ladies pre sented him with a valuable bible and a handkerchief. He will make hi future home in Cando, North Dakota. Mr. Robinson and wife, of Plymouth, were visiting their neice, Mrs. Mc Chesney, over Sunday. While Dan Point, who lives three miles north-east was working in the woods a tree fell on him and pinned him to the ground. Several ribs were broken and some internal injuries were sustained. Dr. Holtzendortl was called. The convention at the county line church was a success. The crowd and dinner were immense. The topics were ably discussed by their authors. LaL'az citizens send a full delegation to the Lake of the Woods every night Again that "lomgley 99 A Terrible Crime ! A MAN HUNG around our store for an hour, getting prices on our goods, and in conclusion said lie could buy good goods cheaper of us than any other place in the county, llelow we give you a few prices we gave him: Machine thread, 2c. per spool. Steel shears, 21c. per pair. Good seamless hosiery, 5c. per pair. Steel frame wringers, $1.49. (iood crash, 4V. per yard. Tea and coiTee pots, Sc. up. Dinner pails, 2h J