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13 pro-c::ii.:ent the best spool cotton for hand
sewis,'* or ir.a nine sewing. It is the strongest
thread i:icrlc it is free fro.n knots, kinks, flaws,
or ravels i.-» a: ways uniform in quality, thickness
and strength. never breaks itself or breaks the
needle never puckers the seams or throws the
tension out of order. It costs no more than poorer
kinds of thread. Ask your dealer for it.
Send 24c.tendreceive 6 spools of thread (any color or num
ber), together with 4 bobbins tor your machine, (ready
wound and an Instructive book on thread andsewing, Free.
Be sure and give the name und number of your machine.
WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO.WillimanticConiLi
GOTO
Beussmann Bros.
.POB-
TINWARE. PAINTS, BRUSHES.
SAWS, AXLE GREASE. OILS.
Of which we keep the largest assortment. Please give us a call
as our prices are the lowest and our goods are the best.
Yod Wdti a shdfp flow.
'W maK it.
NEW ULM ROLLER MILL CO.
J$lo$$fier $ JBdeller,
.DEALER IN
Hardware and Farm Machinery.
Minneapolis Harvesters and Binders.
Walter A. Woods Steel Tubular Mowers*
J. I. Case and Minneapolis
Threshers and Engines.
Riding and WaJljing PloWs
WAGONS AND BUGGIES,
Qdtivatofs, Oil du paint}
ABOVE MACHINES AND REPAIRS FOR
SAME ALWAYS ON HAND.
Klossner & Mueller.
We have now located in our new stand and are prepared to'show the
people an entirely new stock of goods, including
COOKIN UTEMia etc.
We now handle the RED CROSS CooKing Stove.
It is undoubtedly the best in the market.
oods
Brewer & Maltster.
f* Our Brewery is one of the largest in the Northwest. It is also
SC, splendidly equipped and the product is of the finest quality. Ask
for Hauenstein's beer if you want a good-tasting healthful drink.
JKT&Txr a 3MClnr»
TOWN OF MItFOBEi.JrJ
School District S
Arndt Christ 38 Knee £lfc* 3 37
Arbe Ni 2 31- Knees Bernh 92
Bangarter Jn 73 Knees Phil* 2 51
Backer A 2 39 Krueger Tohn3 48
Backer Chr 2 34:Lehman 3rul3 20
Deh W 2 SffEattdsteiner 62
Dali Fred 2 67XandsteinerJ 1 20
Falk A .'-', 99 Mauch Geo 5 51
a A am 3 5 2 N a 3 42
Gluth W 3 71"Rosehau Fred2 03
Hangantne A2 26 Seifert Jos 4 41
Haubric M6 27 Sear Ros a 2 86
Kueh Gust 2 74 Strieker W 64
Kueh W 73 Backer Geo 5 51
School District 9
Arnoldi Math 2 80:Heinen Peter 2 09
Arnoldi Math He 2 48
& Co 3 23 Moll Otto 2 63
Braunreiter CI 29 Moll Hry 1 82
BratschCar 2 70 Podoll Chas 162
Dewanz Pe jr 29 Spelbrink Chrl 63
E John 4 77 Spelbrink 3 87
Frank Jos 3 00 Sear A 5 04
Froemmg- Car- Voge A 1 51
ri 2 46|Wustner 88
Henl Anto 5 OrWeefrier E 3 17
School^Districfc 14
Backer He 1 50 Meyer Hr sr 1 12
Frank A 4 91 Mack Peter 153
Geske He 2 89jMack John 80
an A 3 24lPfaender He 5 46
Hoffman Hr 5 35!Pfeifer Jost 1 99
Hense E 4 84iPuengel Ferd 2 25
Haeberle Da 1 47iRadinez Carl 52
Kueh A 8 6 4 24
Lieder W Mrs 1 OSiRolloff Fred 2 62
Meyer Fred 3 90iWandersee 3 99
Meyer Hr jr 1 99 Wiedemann 510
School District 15
Altenbur 2 19!Lambrecht 3 74
AufderheideF3 74iMetzen Geo 4 54
A am Bern 94 Marti Bernh 41 9
Bier Jos 4 25iMarti George 2 82
Bohrman iManderfeld N5 22
Helena ,4 26[Prahl E 4 23
Classen Fred 3 06iRichartz A 5 59
Hofmeister 2 02iSei£ert Christ 5 39
Tones Henr 214|Schubert A 6 65
Jones Herbertl 08| Skinner W 5 71
Jones GeOrge 4 02jSchimschackJ318
Knee Henr 3 65|Wendland 113
Lambrecht 4 28iZiegenhagenJl 83
School District 50
Albrecht Her 5 44Meklenburg
Arnoldi Mich 3 99Mueller
in am
Peter
Edwardson 6 5
DobBersfeinF 3 08
Christensen N 2 4 4
Christensen CI 8 0
BinghamRHl 3 4 1
Fenske Theo 1 97
Forster Jos 37
Fenske E 1 13
Gehrke Jul 1 91
Hanson O 3 1
Hanson John 3 4 3
86
2 40
Permandge S^ssr
Nic 2 98
a W 4 57
Richartz Mary2 07
Radloff He 5 39
Schmitz Peter 5 42
2 76
Schimschack
Bros 10 43
an 5 42R
Empire Mill
Co 10 44
Eagl Mill ColO 44
3 20Schoeweiler
GeislerGottl 158
Gareis John 3 40
el Peter 4 75
Kraus Gust 1 59SchroederGA21
Krause A 76
3 32
Lamser Carl 1 04SchroederFrkl
Mueller Mart 42
Vincenz 2 37
Schroede He 2 10
8
Sacfcs 1 46
S ms Diet 31 9
21
O W N O N O STAR
School District 48
Boelter A 2 41
a an 2 67McKovan
Bielen Joa 2 90
Bogardu 44
Cook Martin 2 18
Dorow Hen
riette 3 48Patterson
E an John 5 14Pitts
Enge A 2 89Radke
Henz Gottl 2 82Radke
Hier W 3 70Seidl
Ig Frk 1
4 99Schilling
Lrueger E 2 85Schilling
Kettner Fred 96
KettnerCarl 3 22
Kaseforth Jos 2 96
Kinitz John 1 48Stern
Knoedel Jo 1 00Tompkins
Keye S Pitts 3 47T
Lepesky W 3 18T
Lenske Jul 2 51
Mueller W 119
Matter Jos 2 33
Matter Louis 4 14
&
2 38
McKovan sr 1 38
Mores Pau 1 78
Nelson Pe 86
N3 48
Gu 2 93
A 2 45
Charles 11
Jul 2 56
Strassburg W 12
1 38
174
Schenk A
sta 5 60
Schunk Jos 90
Fred 3 52
WH3 55
Gottl 3 60
School District 51
Cook Pau 2 90iMatter Fr
E an E E 3 21!McCormik
Grimmer Mat 118 Thos. 3 30
Glenstad Tho 1 28!McCormik 1 95
Gould 3 25!Permandgen N 57
Grabow John 3 42=Runk Jacob 4 29
a a a 1 OljRyan
Isakson 8 98|Ryan Jo
KruegerFr 3 60 Ryon Math
Krueger Fred 2 72|Richartz
Kersten Gust 3 81:Snyder E
Kersten Jul 1 82iTrebesch Chr 450
Ladd 6 46iWigal Jacob 3 31
Matter A jr 2 22-
2 46
2 69
46
2 16
122
131
School District 56
Ainsworth
James 6 08
Thos 2 32
Aug- 2 24
3 19Edga
Anderson 2 66Gumto
a
HalbeisenAnt 33
Patterson W3 25
Patterson Rob2 17
Run Phi
148
7 12
Burrell
Christenson
Lewis
Christenson
66
22
4 30
3 09
164
2 23
He
W E
1 84Werner
Dickson
Wendland
NOWN OF PRAIRIEVILLE.
School District 29
Foster Tho 4 99Mertz
Fritz Ni 3 02Paulse
Guse Win 1 55Paulso
2 88Prosc.h
Gruenholz W 1 62Palme
Hanso Ro 74
Hanso 145
Hairinenino- 4 06
Peter
E
E
Barnes Frk 1 o2 Peterson Ras
Christensen I 59
Gsausam Seb 1 ^0
Granger Se 04
Jordan A 1 96
Hartneck Jos 2 52
Krueger Jul 4 66
KleinscmidtC 1 66
KirbersteinW 74
Kunz W ^-1 3GSchmittJohn
Morrison ll^J/Z 86
Nelson Chr '4 2 45
Oswald Hry 2 22
3 94
85
3 14
2 10
1 26
W
W
Palmer Jesse
an Car 2 38
Radetzka Her 2 10
Johnso Chr 3 58iS'trelow A 1 1
Johnso P" 2 56JSchmitz Ni 2 47
Kissiier He 3 78 Schleisner 1 04
Kissner Fred 4 76 Schleisner 5 20
is W 2 53:Utecht A 3 39
so 3"80iWellni-tz A 99
A a 27 Zelnier He
Mauweil'cr ul2 29
4 77
School District CO
Prahl W 1 66
Peek Chas 1 62
Robertson 3 10
Riebel Caa 54
Remus Chas 97
Ricker Geo- 33
SchroederE 1 56
Schwengle Th3 63
1 09
Drath Peter 69
Wicnstadt 5 3'39
Zeimer E .1 57
-f^MMd^i
Ilampe Louis 2 0 0
Larson a 28
Larson Hans
Sect 18 4 53 TorkelsonHP4 4 3
Hanson 6 41JEvan Cr'y 7 4 5
Irvin W 2 12 Hanson 1 98
School District 60
Anderson 59
Anderson &
Larson 5 78
Anderson 23
Bregenser N 3 23
Cusic Thos 4 62
Christenson N 4 16
Fromm An 4 6 0
Guhlke John 4 24
Hirsch.Ant 4 52
Hanson John 1 53
Hanson An 1 4 2
Jenson Nels 4 4
Jensen Mrs 66
Kunze Fred 3 51
Larson Karen2 24
LarsSn Niels 3 93
Larson Gerh 2 23
Meyer Ferdi 92
Mueller 3 0 9
Olson Henry 1 88
Philipson And2 18
Pingel John 2 56
RiebelFr
Welcome
Eagle Roller iSchoenbaech
Mill Co 15 08| ler 2 75
Flatehsbart 187|Sleep Ey
Frederickson Mill Co 16 08
Lars 3 84|Tosch Her 3 72
Horman Ernst4 68|Cobden Cr'y10 05
Johnson Olson ISchwengle J10 05
& Matheson 8 04iBinghamRHl6 08
O W N O S I E
School District 6
Bessemer 4 57!Manderfeld
Domeier Jos 4 07| Jo 1 0 5
Eckstein 2 50lManderfeld
Forster Carl 3 94i John 3 75
Grau Geo 3 77|Manderfeld 3 61
GuggisbargG3 71|Neud«ckerW 5 7
GuggisbArgF 2 6l -Niedegger 63
George S A 4 98|Portner John 3 75
Holm Jos jr 2 45JPortner An 3 45
Holm Jos sr 2 72|Sittauer W &
Hoffman Joh 2 51 Fritsche 4 52
Hoffman Jos 4 44jSittauer Jos 2 57
Hauser John 3 53|Tauer Mary 3 94
Hillesheim A 4 95iTauer"Wzl 3 2 0
Kretsch Jos 3 38|Warta John 2 59
Klinkhammer IWokasch A 1 4 3
John 2 42[Zeig Geo 3 23
Leitschuh Frk3 45!
School District 10
Bauer Ge .1 91
Berg John 3 76
Engel Christ 3 4 9
Fischer Her 1 55
Ganske W 2 44
Ganske Lu 1 39
Gross Sophie 3 8 0
Hoffman And 4 76
Kloekel Jo 2 74
Kuehn John 5 7 7
Lendt Fred 4 4 1
Manderfeld 48
Prokosch Jos 7 76
School District
39.
Pelzel Bernhardt
Hr 4 80
Voge Wenzel 1 69
Wendt Gust 1 33
Wolfe.
Fischer Anton
Horneejc Jog.
HorcherlVal.
Hopp A-ndc
'Norrell Peter
Plata Anton
Sec 4 2 4 6
Madson .44 1
Peterson Jens2 32
Plath Charles 2 7 4
Plath Da 1 9 4
Rasmussen 3 0 4
Rasmuss'en &
Mogenson 10 76
1 94
Ho 7 23 Stege Theo
Hanson A 1 37 Sleepy Ey
Hanson Hans Mill Co 1 2 67
4 22
W
3 10
School District 77
3 73
School District 68
W 5 25jPechtl Ge 1 25
Dauer Andr 2 l8JReinartz 1 4 8
Forstner Thos6 32.iRewitzer Geo 5 22
Flor George 3 03jSchultz Mary 4 69
Helget Jo 2 08|Schultz A 2 62
Hengel Nic 3 l2JStueber Jos 2 63
Hillesheim jStueber Chr 2 69
Hub A 4 90:Stadick Thos 3 0 0
Irwing John 3 60|Stadick jr 11
Janni Martin 2 18jStadick A 1 32
Klinkhamer jTauer Geo 2 32
Michl 3 30iUbl Andr 1 75
Kretsch A 4 18|Vogel Jos 1 951
Kretsch Geo 2 96|Waibel Alex 6 19
Korbel 2 OOjKuehn Fred
Landkamer 1 951
174
School District 96.
Bauman A 2 79iKrambeer 4 05
Berg W 3 96 Kral John 3 41
BoettgerWm S 52:Kral Lorenz 3 45
Buggert A 2 10 Krai W 3 39
Buggert W 3 86'Liesenfeld Pj 68
Domeier 3 98Liesenfekl 1 55
Engel Carl sr 2 03 Neudecker 2 72
Engel W I 44ReinigerGe 2 61
Engel Carl jr 2 22 Ronot)tto 4 28
Fischer Frk 1 71 Schroepfer
GroebnerAnn 1 95 Fred N 5 25
Helget Jos 1 '34 Seifert Peter 3 "30
Helget Geo sr 62 Tauer Geo 3 32
Helget Geo jr2 31 Wai'bel Hr 4*56
Hoffmann N 2 88 Zimerman 3 20
James W 4 25.
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O W N O I A N
School District 42
Borbrich Jos.
Cordill Elmer
Cook N. J.
Franke Carl
Hose Carol iue
Hox)£eusporger
Mathiowitz Jos,.
Schroepfer M. J.
Sellaer J. B.
Suess Grcorve
Sommerville S. C.
Velikanjo Mwm
Wintschidl F.%
148
1 (io
154
3 19
219
Carrie
121
141
4 0^
99
105
102
2 07
104
2 9*
Haala John
*, School District 16
Corrdill Monro 49 Eabchka Wenzol-*
Dayton W. (i. 1 50 Somerville O.
Green Byron 2 OH Schmidt Nic.
Hopkins Job 118 Scheid John
Krueger John 1 33 Schmidt W. P.
Lanx Mike 1 93 Torry Rob.
Moldan George 69 Tauer George
Moldan John 34 Wintscliill John
Rdschka John ,. 2 13 Rothmeyer John
^f. J4 School District 63 T,
Bechius Henry ,:1 31 Kunz Math,
EigenJohn 3 26 Miller Ira
Eischen Jacob
Frasch Joha 118-Prali,l"
Girg Lorenz 1 IA Prahl Fred
fHiUesheim
Jahnke Alb. 19Soliumacher J". J.
Krueger Fred ,-v^ 91: Schmidt Pet?ifS»'
94
3 or.
Wi
01
«.
64
72
SchooVDi^trict z$
England Petsr '1X1
2 45
3 77 Miller John- A&£ 7^
1
cEd*
4 21
211
186
1-70
173
,Heni*y 5 77:StdinnictzAndr.
,»83Wallin01af
•122 Wersal Wenzel
St Wood-Lake
1* Iay- Co.
Qendt Christ.
ISO
2 1
Combron Nels A.
School District 76
Chrifltenson Ole
Erdman Ed
Erdman H.- &>
Grnber Joe: ^«^fr
Benne'r Mary"'.'"/
Benner Joe. %'V
F. H. 153
921
222
Schlak Theo. 2 27
WohlerG. 0. '-'fc 55
Wojahn Ang. 4 04
Wenzaner Xav eri 143
Zwawhka And
Z4a
165
J3,^PWN OF STARK.
School District 10
7 77 Schnlte Carl 13 22
"•*... School District 11
Benham Alwin 6 MIMeidel M.
Bellig Peter
CrnmletFred
Crnmlet Jerry
CrumletFrk.
Dirnberger Jos.
Duncan Jacob
Frodl Bernh.
Fanner David
Goldan Frk.
Ingraham Elmer
Kunze Fred
8 3B:Meraer Oscar 7 31
367BnbeyAnton 4 6 5
484StekerGeorge 2 98
2 63Stelzer John 4 61
,. 2 51 Schwerdfeger Hry. 11
4 29 Sebald Clemens 87
38:Schwerdfeger Aug. 2 06
304TarbesPeter 8 71
2 48.Vollmer Martin 8 60
83:Roberts John 2 93
2 76-Stark Creamery Co. 9 45
School Districts
Hartman Hry. sr. 1 90 Hartman Otto
Diddle Mary 2 46 Hager Joe.
Dungan W. J. 2 86 Meuier W. W.
DunganW. A. 52 Sherman M. N.
Groebner John -10 94 Windhorn L, C.
Humphery I. A. 3 42 Weis Clement
Hopkins Ed. 3 99 Bachus Henry
Bangatz Ferdinand 1 05 Plotz Fred
Friton German 3 52 Raschka Frk.
Grundmeysr Henry 5 09 Schneller Bern.
Heideman Fred 2 91iSchneller Lorenz
Hartman Hry. jr. 3 76iSoukop John
KeeganFrk: 1 54 Woolley N. N.
Lnkas John 1 84iWindhorn Wm.
Langanten 28[Weia Michl
Macho John 1 16jWandersee Al
3 71
Sceool District 25
2 92
608
2 27
6 76
4 27
School District 27
240
229
343
231
3 38
152
3 75
317
161
School District 33
Eckstein George 4 73|Prokosch George
Prokosch John G. 4 84|Schroepfer Frk.
4 7$
5 77
Sohool District 3»
812iHillesheim I. A.
2 lllLarrabee E. A.
314iMellJos,
Berg Henry
Braun Jos.
Bock Christ
Dinneen James
Euper Zachrias
Hillesheim Jos.
Hillesheim Arnold
Humphery L. E.
Humphery I. B.
Hillesheim H. G.
School District 66
Dickerata P. M. 97|Fox O. A.
Davis F. 113iSchwant Jul.
Davis H. D. 32iSemans D. H.
Dickerson F. M. 2 54|Scott F' M.
Davis Eliza 44:Semans C. M.
1418
205
Best Quality of Stock.
Most Reasonable in Prices.
418
104
115
160
2 31
School District 71
Bonner J.
Bonner Ira
BriggsA.W.
Braun Her.
Feruerstein Her.
Hanson L. P.
133
28
289
291
Methwen Thos.
Marty Bob.
Moody J. S.
Sydow Ang.
Sydow Fred
Wendland Alb.
Onunproved fanhs AK&
[city property-y^irajs to b6$ii&gt
5^%"
416
04
2 23!Merihard John Sr. 3 62
4 26jMullen Mike 1313
7 36:McCullock John 4 02
14jPenning Peter 4 76
4 341Penning Caroline 3 06
1 SliVollmer George 12 36
9 OSiNeuman Carl 54
School District 45
3 48IKeim W«l.
2 75ILendt Gertrude
5 83|Novack John
356jBeinigerWzl.
301{SchuellerWzl.
43[Seidl Xaveri
6 42iSchaefer Aug.
78|Vollmer Mary
192iWurzberger Frk.
Axon Henry
BranlikFrk.
Bruckbauer Andr,
GaeseAder
Felber Jos.
Greim Anna.
Guth George jr.
Helget Math.
Helget Jos.
Helget John
Hager Frk.
78 Vollme Mar
rge
2fi6jWeltBchJoB.
3 60-Kistner Anton
TOWN OF STATELY.
School District 61
Bradburg A. M.
Balke H.
Calanan John
Calanen James
Crawford Chas.
Dayton Wm.
Engel Chas.
EckertMira
Farrel John
Farrel Thos.
Harris Enoch
12
210
28
81
2 73
109
2 21
65
159
179
33
Harris M. J. Mrs.
Holmes John
Lorenz C.C.
Miller H.J.
Stark Chas.
Schultz John
Sherman A. L.
Trantman JOB. sr.
Torrey E.
JeskeFrk.
Schnobrich Frk,
212
856
4 71
60
2 70
184
P. Scherer.
a in.
LUMBER & COAL,
It will Pay You to Deal With him.
Of ice& Yards
CENTRE STREET.
MY ENTIRE STOCK OF NllLLltfERY
Including hats, trimmed and untrimmed.
sailor caps, hoods, ribbons, tips and fancy feath
ers,
A
I will ^iTe4^mctions in'sbw£pg".cn^
ting and .fitting^ Beginnings' Jan-i 6thIg
1896. I also b^t^ three of th« most- 3
sirable and satiyalactory systems^CThe*
Adjustable TaUr^ystem, (^mbinati
and Square ami'Fspe Limt. gnsjrtifitee
good satisfaction if the time*s given*1 to.'.
the work, also prompt attehbon.^"-Prices
very reasonable please give mfea a 3
fore going elsewhere and 'convince -your^
self of the fact Miss Hannah Ne^fonJ^^
-l 1^
For Eent.i,
I ofi^r for rent a hofse «(i^i'f6ur.^
rooms. Enquire of /.N*
^Mra.M.Bogen
THU PORTUONDO.
Smoke the Portuondo, the best^iekfel^
Cigar in the market, An excellent piece
of goods, and nicely put up. Fir'saTe^*
by W. G. Alwin at the City Drug"Storej^J
Holiday Excursion Bates.
North-Western Railway.
424
571
44
33
219
54
54
226
110
138
212
145
140
School District 62
182!SteindlJohn
2 98|Tessman Maria
89|WoodJohn
34jVecans Wm.
89!Willson Ed. J.
Allen N. E.
Balbacn C.
Crawford W. E
Nickel Alb.
PrechtBud
Soukbp Pet 3 8 9
S W 3 8 7
Sellner J^A 2 0 9
Schiffert Jos 2 90
Seifert And: 2 73
Schroepfer Jr 4 4
Sceloegel 1 15
Schloegel S 1 1 9
Schloegel Bar 38
Wiltscheck 4 70"
Wilfarth Jos 2 57
Sigel Cr'y Co7 0 0
Schumacher Chas. 6I Willson M. L.
36
161
84
09
178
2 61
How's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo,
O. We the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry oat every obligation made by
their firm.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O. WxiiDiNG, KiNNAN & MABVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
11 U's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the mucous surfaces
of the system. Price 75c. per bottle Sold
by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
Major C. T. Picton is manager of the
State Hotel, at Denison, Texas, which
the traveling men say is one of the best
hotels in that section. In speaking of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy Major Picton says: "T
have used it myself and in my family for
several years, and take pleasure in say
ing that I consider it an infallible cure
for diarrhoea and dysentery. I always
recommend it, and have ^frequently
administered it to my guests in the hotel,
and in every case it has proven itself
worthy of unqualified endorsement. For
sale by 0 M. Olsen.
st be completely closed otft before the end'of thi$ toofltfc,
in order to make room for my enormous
stock of toys and holiday goods. ?i\\
If you are in need of anything in this' line,'
here's a chance to buy at your own price1
eReVieW
DOES AL KINDS OF
^W*
^n EnglisS and German languages,
promptly and neatly executed
W^
Job Prifrtiia•
5-*0V,
On December 24, 25 and 31, iS^S^^l
January 1, the NorthsWestern Lin wlfi^*^:
sell excursion tickets at reduced rates"to3?."*'-'
stations within a distance of 200 .milel*^*'
good for return passage until January 2
1896, inclusive., For tickets and full in-*
formation apply to Agents Chicago
:&%^
Stomach and Bowel* Complaints are^J
best relieved by the timely use of
Witt's Colic & Cholera Cure, Insist on'
having this preparation. Don't take any A
other. W. G. Alwin, Druggist.
Qeo.
48
2 70
7 21
220
317
540
220
343
218
2 42
Dayton sells the Celebrated Cot
tage Organ with the largest and
best Organ Co. in the World to back
their warranted goods. Sold on east
terms and cheap for cash or on shor
time. Pianos sold on the monthly iny
stallment plan. Hie Conover,the World
Favorite, is made by theChicago Cottage
Organ Co. and built by Cdnover Bros,
het best piano builders in America.
There is no doubt, no failure, when
you take DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure.
It is pleasant, acts promptly, no bad af
ter effects. W. G. Alwin, Druggist.
Children, especially infants are soon
rundown with Cholera Infantum or
"Summer Complaint.*' Don't wait to
determine, but give De Witt's Colic &
Cholera Cure promptly you can rely on
'it. Use no other. W. G. Alwin, Drug
gist.
r'il
f"^"*!.
^#f s£M **&-
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