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Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it. To Fin Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-four hours a sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys, if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order. Wha to There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold v/ater and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity c! being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra ordinary effect of S a is soon realized. It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l sizes. You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about it, both sent absolutely free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & „. „„„..,, Co., Bmghamton, N. Y. When writing men tion reading this generous offer in this paper. Hom„ of Swamp-Root. a a is a but re the a S a S a and the a in a to on bottle O E KOK E A I N C,V\KDl\\'S ACCOUNT. S A E OF I N N E S O A I (.mint, r-t 1 Iti Probate Court In the matter of the jruardianslii| of Cir Armlt minor. On reading and filing- the petition of Albert Steinhauser guardian ot Carl Arndt the above named minor. It is ordered, pursuant to the pr«ier of saul petitioner, tli.it a me be fixed for a in in and allowing his final ac count, that said account be a in aud petition heard bv the Judg of this Court on the itth da of No\ ember 11)05. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that il,iv, at the Probate office in said county. A it is further ordered, that public notice be gi-\ en to all persons interested of the time and place of a in in said account, by publishing a copy of this order in the NCN\ Ultn Review a weekly news paper printed and published at Ne Ul in said County, at least once in each week for three -ucce«siv weeks prior to said a of such hearing. Dated October l'_, 1005 (Seal) S A GKOKGK, 43 *i fudge of Probate. WE IkU Horse and Cattle Hutr- aim fekins of all FUR bearing animals suitable for Robeb or Coats. Write for price list, shipping- tags, etc. free M. TAUBERT, Orester & Dyer 622 BRYAN AVE. N. I N N E A O I S MINN CONSUMPTION'S WARNING Inside facts soon become evident in outside symptoms.—DR G. G. GREEN. he aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected. he first symptoms can be readily noted by anyone of average in telligence. There is no disease that gives so a plain warnings of its approach as consumption, and no serious disease that can be so quickly reached and checked, if he medicine used is Dr. Boschee's Germa Syrup, which is made to cure consumption. It is in the early stages that German Syru should be taken, warnings are given in he cough that won't quit, the congestion of the bronchial tubes and the gradual a in of the lungs, ac companie by frequent expectoration. But no matter deep-seated your cough, if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs, Germa Syrup will surely effect a cure—as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of trouble. N trial bottles, 25c. Regular size, 75c. A all druggists. MODEL Meat Market, WW Stuebe Bros., Proprietors- Highest Market Price paid for Hides 1 Produce Fresh Meats Veal, Sausage, Steaks of all kinds. Your trade is earnestly so licited. Meat delivered to all parts of the city. E A E O N S A I O N S I N A N I I E S I N IIO-TOR OF O O S E E a a a Canal, Good Citizenship E of in a Other I in Topic is by in is A Jacksonville, Pla.. Oct. 23.—The presidential party arrived here Satur day in on a special Southern train. On its arrival at the depot, it as greeted by thousands of cheer ing people. After driving through the principal streets in the city, the presi- dent as taken to the Seminol club, in the principal square of the city, where he delivered an address, the Keynote of which as a prediction that success will crown the work of build ing the a a a canal, and pointing out the great benefits which will fol low (he construction of the waterway A of Justice St. Augustine Fla., Oct 23.—In his speech at Fort Marion Saturday the president on the subject of "good citizenship," also the aims and objects of this government 'This re 1-ublic is not and never shall be a gov ernmen of a plutocrat," he said, "this government is .not and never shall hi the of a mob It shall re main as as founded in the begin ning, a of justice, through the form of law. a where in every an is guaranteed in his rights and is forbidden to his neighbors is it to Mobile Mobile, Ala., Oct. 24.—That "peace hath her victories no less renowned than war as never better exemplified fhan in the reception of President Theodore Roosevelt, president of the United States, during his two hours' 3ta in Mobile Monda evening. There was general closing of all business houses, and along the route of the pro fession from the union depot to the stand on Bienvill square, where the reception ceremonies took place, the residences and stores were covered with decorations of lights and bunting in the national colors. Full 40,000 persons heard his address at Bienvill square. Referrin to the a a a canal, •he president said he did his best to oring about its completion for he ben 3fit of the whole people, but particu larly for the benefit of the gulf states. Driginally he said he favored the Nica a route, but it as demon strated that it must be the a a a •"anal or nothing, he favored the Pana ma route, as he wanted to see a canal built, and one will be built. N it standing the efforts of certain people who are striving, by their circulation jf false rumors or other methods to lela or deteat the construction of the anal, the president said he will be 1ifc.appointed, tor there is going to be 1 canal in Out E of in ii am A a Oct. 25.—Presi cent Koose\pl concluded a strenuous cla A a a a by a two hours' visit .0 Birmingham where his reception in keeping with those given at Mont i.umti\ and Tuskegee wgre hearty and tiiu'-siiiTing Hi day began at seven 1. io( k. the special train left Moii'gomery tor Tuskegee Visits to tnt Tuskege normal and industrial in in it and to the Methodist female col lege were crowded Into a little lesa than two hours, and the noon hour had 31-st arrived the executive stepped from his car in Montgomery Here he spoke to a great throng under the shadow of confederacy's first capi tol. and as on his a again sharply at two o'clock A few minutes before five the president was the guest of Bir in am until his train left at 6:45 p. m. on the night run to Little Rock. Th president was cheered at every turn. In his address at Tuskege the presi dent did not hesitate to take up the lynchin question, dealing with it in a calm and dispassionate manner but firmly pointing out the evils resulting lro it. declared that every such act of lawlessness lowered the moral tone of every individual in the munit where it occurred. he it people owed it to themselves he said, to protect the negroes from lawless nes and secure to every legal to whioh they were entitled. In conclusion the president declared the south must settle her problems. urged the negroes to fight all crime, and especially that committed by bers of their race. id at it Hock Little Rock, Ark., Oct. 26.—President Roosevelt spent seven crowded hours in and around Little Wednesday and his journey from For Loga H. Roots, on Bi Rock, on the north side of the A a as river, to the city park in Little Roc as marked by siastic demonstration of me on the part of the thousands of people appearing on the streets for the occa sion. W in Little Roc the presi dent delivered speeches, in one of which he denounced lynchin and In doing so elicited hearty applause. After the exercises and the president's address the party as taken to the Al- bert Pik Scottis Rite consistory, where a luncheon as iv to the president. is function concluded at 3:30 p. m. and the visitors re paired to the special train, in a it in at the Roc Island station to convey the party to Memphis a N Orleans, Oct. 27.—At the end of nine strenuous hours of varied enter tainmen in N Orleans, brought his exceptionally pleasant trip through the south to a close, President Roosevel at 6:30 o'clock Thursday I night boarded the lighthouse tender Magnoli a and began the first stage oi his return journey to the national cap ital. Th president's N Orlean&' visit was a signal testimonial of popular osteem and of grateful recognition ol the service v. hich he had rendered the tit in her of stress. Th densely crowded streets, the elaboiat decorations, the wild ap plause that greeted along the whole course of the parade, the enthu a it his address to the multitude in Lafayette square as re ceived, and the remarkable demonstra tion in his hono at the luncheon, were outward manifestations of the spirit in which the people welcomed him to A a on Speech Probably for the first time in his public career the president as com pelled to abandon a public address be fore he got well started on it. It as contemplated that the military and civic parade should pass in review be lore the president at the city hall, but the crowd which gathered at this point %vas so tremendous that neither the police nor the troops were able to it and the president, foreseeing a possible catastrophe in the event of a panic, finally a up the attempt to speak and left the platform. us a for President U. S. Flagshi W Virginia. Oct. 28 (via N Orleans, La.. Oct. 27. by wireless).—A 11 o'clock Thursda evening through confusion of signals the fruit steamer Espart a collided with the lighthouse tender Magnolia, which was in the president, Secretary Loeb and Dr. .Rixey to the cruiser W Virginia. Th rail and poi bow of the Magnolia were damaged and two or three holes made in the hull below the water line. N was hurl he Mag nolia immediately on being struck as beached, her bow being high and dry. After a careful examination of the a age to the vessel it as evident that there was no danger and th a president and his party wgn to bed. Maj. Craig hill. of the Unite States engineers, as aboard the Magnolia. is ship, the Ivy, a sister ship of the Magnolia, had pre ceded the Magnoli a and as so me dis tance ahead. A boat as immediately put off for the nearest telephone, about a mile and a half a a and the order given to head the Ivy off at Pilot sta- tion and have her return for the presi dent and his party. Th transfer as made at three o'clock Frida morning Th vessel got under a at once and the W Virgini a as boarded on schedule time. IS HOME AGAIN. Alic a on A an Soil A Tou of he Orient. San Francisco, Oct. 24.—The Pacific Mail Steamshi company's liner Si beria, which arrived from a a Monday, established a record be tween this city and the Japanes port, having made the trip in ten days, ten hours and 28 minutes There were many distinguished passengers on the Siberia, a being Miss Alic Roosevelt, Unite State Senator N lands, of Nevada and wife Unite States Senator Warren of W in Mr Longwerth of Ohio Brig. Gen. H. T. Allen, chief of the Philippin con stabulary E. H. Harriman president of the Souther Pacific a a com pany. "All presents that I received were merely inexpensive to of the trip, such as a travelin in strange countries would receive," said the president's daughter. "There as really nothing so remarkable about my trip, and I cannot understand so much fuss as made about it. I had an exceptionally fine time and enjoyed Bvery that I as away Th jnl thing I regret is that so a nonsensical stories were circulated re garding me." W a in to Oct. 28.—Miss Alice Roosevelt daughter of the president, arrived in W a in to at 4:40 o'clock Frida afternoon, thus completing her long journey from the orient. A S a Appropriation W a in to Oct. 27.—The estimates for appropriations for the department of commerce and labor for the fiscal year ending Jun 30. 1907, have been for warded to the secretary of the treasury for transmission to congress. ag gregate $11,263,938, being $2,532,051 less than the estimates for the fiscal year ending 30. 1905. and $222,380 less than the a appropriated for the department for the fiscal year ending Jun 30, 1906. a E a W a in to Oct. 28.—Secretary Taft has transmitted to the treasury depart his estimate of the appropriations required for the a department for the fiscal year 1907. estimates ag gregate $104,988,267, being $9,717, 922.52 less than the total appropriations made by congress for the use of the a department for the current fiscal year ending Jun 30. 1906. Confesses Chanute. Kan., Oct. 28.—Lum L. Ra ley. the 16-year-old boy murdered Tomllnson a 70-year-old farm er, Wednesda night, a a full con fession Friday. Rale says he had no motive to kill the old man but while holding a an insane impulse led him to fire, the blowing off the top of Tomlinson' head. a a S Duel Mount Vernon Ind., Oct. 28.—As the result of a duel at Oliver's sta- tion, eight miles from this city. Thurs day night E a Ramsey a farmer, was shot and instantly killed by as Ridley his nephew a as 54 ears of age. Ridle is 21 years old. he bhootm is the culmination of years of domestic strife. GOPHEK GOSSIP. Owatonna—Owatonn a is to have a as plant in the neai future. J. Rosenea wins first prize in the monthly butter scoring contest. Mankato—Th United State grand jurj returned six indictments and as disc irged. South St. Paul—Osca Morbchter, as killed, had signed a card at a a meeting. Edge Valley—Step have been taken to organize a stock company to build or purchase a first class hospital building. Glyndon—Joseph Majeska of a ings, was killed by. an east-boun Xorthern Pacific freight train one mile east of here. Hallock— A special term of court will be held here, for the purpose of try in Charles C. for the murder of Ludwi Swanson St. Paul—Ree & Ste \M11 be the architects for the auditorium. Th St. Paul firm as formally chosen by the auditorium board. A a Amundson owns a threshing machine near Gary,, was crushed and instantly killed by being thrown under the engine. Winona—Congressman a A. a has just returned from a trip to Arizona, N Mexico and other points in the great Southwest Washington—I the grand total of more than $150,000,000 of postal re ceipts in the last fiscal year, Minne sota contributed about $3,235,000. Randolph—Th body of John hen, who had been labcring on the a ms in the vicinity, as found on the Chicago Giea Wester tracks. Elk A series of entertain ment has been a ii a by several local business men. Foui dates will be filled here by trie Midland bureau of Moines, Iowa. Duluth—Mrs Ann a Fieeburg 84 a is old, danced a Swedis national dance in honoi of the eightieth annl •\eisary of her birtt), in the presence of a large assemblage of guests. Minneapolis—Chn? Noiby the an ho stabbed his ow r. son, Hard N by, at 18 Universit avenue northeast, made a despeiat attempt at suicide as he as being plat ed under arrest. Mankato—Congres vnan McCleary has accepted an invitation to address the Economi club itf Providence, R. I on Nov 10. the day after his a dies befoie the Economic club of Boston. Pipestone—Pete a it of this city was found dead in bed of heai disease. as an old and respected citizen of Pipeston county, and a soldier of the Civil ar. la\ es a family of 1. hildren Granite Falls—Th fifth annual meeting of the Wester Minnesota Teachers' association in this city, as one of the most successful in its his tory. There are 200 teachers in at tendance. Winona—Alte seveia years of dis cussion Winon a county is to a one consolidated a school district Th foui districts aioun th° lllage of Lewisto a \ot? overwhelmingly in lavor of the move a Stark, ir»dicted a*= Frank Jones for the thett of a diamond fio a & jewelry store on Sevent street, was sentenced to three years imprisonment 111 the state peni tentiary by Judg Orr. W in a he annual county Sunda school which closed at St. Charles, elected the following officers foi the ensuing veai President, O. A. Bierce secietary, Cail Gerlieher treasurer, W. F. A. Brachlow. a a noiir- of his vic tim a to piosecut him, Pete Augus Eklun may go free of punish ment although he has admitted bezzling $11,000 and has given himself over to the police authorities in Lon don Ralph Moss, fifteen years old, a peared before the police judge charged with larceny. Moss, It is said, snatched a purse containing $1 from Mrs. Mary Smit of Minneapolis in a department store. as placed under the care of Probation Officer Graves. Th state treasurer sent out the a rants for the semi-annua apportion men of state funds to the school di stricts. Th a distributed is $863,000. Th special aid to state high and graded schools will be sent a days later. This a to $531,000. Sout St. Paul—Whil sleeping in his caboose at Stat street, W. A. Bryan, a conductor on a Chicago Great Wester freight running between Min neapolis and Chicago, as robbed of a gold watch and chain, which he had In a vest folded under his head for a pillow. Minneapolis—St. Paul delegates to the Unio Veteran's union, which had its convention in Springfield. 111., Oct. 20-22, returned and brought with them the announcement that the union will hold its reunion in Minneapolis next Septembe on the a me date that the G. A. R. a will take place. St. Paul—Judg Halla filed an or der in the district coui overruling the demurrer to the complaint in the suit of Charles Thompso and Anso R. Speer against the Minnesota Cold Storage company, involving the tion of the of possession of 140 wild clucks killec" by plaintiffs in North Dakota. Duluth—Fir have destro\e the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nellie Nelson of Eveleth, the mother of tnplet about three years ago, and she and they had a narrow escape frm death in the flames. Mrs. Nelso was deserted by her husband more than a ear ago. S and the triplets were alone and asleep when the fire originated. W in a he Winon a board of health and city council are going to rid the city of hogs. Thief Rise Falls—Fran Burjan, a brakeman on the Soo railroad, as killed while trying to couple two freight cars together. as stand ing between the cars and lost his bal ance, causing him to fall on the let just as the ears a me together. Austin—Th golden -wedding anni versar of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mills of Austi township as celebrated in G. A. R. hall in this city. One hundred old settlers and friends were present, and a banquet as served after which speeches and songs followed. Fruit at the Breakfast Table. feature Provides its otAm rem?di?s, Which, if us?d Judiciously, Insure perfect" health &4T all times- Aside from the pleasure of eating M»a «onable fruits before beginning the first meal of the day, this to has undoubt edly arisen from the well knov, fact that nearly all fruit and more particularly plums and N E S contain natural lax ative principles which act directly on the stomach and bowels. Constipation, that dread and trouble so me complaint which is undoubtedly the basic cause of nine-tenths of the dys pepsia, indigestion, biliousness, etc., so prevalent a our people loday, and, which if neglected, surely leads to more complicated and serious organic diseases can surely be prevented, and not too far advanced can be absolutely cured by use of the modern laxa tive and cathartic California Prune Waf ers. are not a patent medicine in the ordinary '•ense of the word, being com pounded from fresh California Prunes, winc every intelligent person is truly nature's laxative. A dninty little wafer, a a the a compounded 111 a highly concentrated torm from fresh California Prunes, O at $ 1 0 0 O 10 full w« ight pkgs. 20 lbs. World's Choicest Cereals. O at $ 4 1 0 O 0 3 lh. pkgs. Mead's Rye. are a natural dissolvent, acting on the contents of the stomach and bowels and not on the organs themselves regulate the Liver and Stomach Cleanse the S and Purify the Blond, Cure all Bowel Troubles, Biliousness,Ba Breath, Bad Blood. Wind on the Stomach Bloated Bowels, Foul Mouth,Indigestion Pimples and Dizziness.. Ever household should a its family package of A I O N I A N E WA E S and at the first of approach in illness or when under the weather, take a couple of wafers, and the doctor's billvwil soon be smaller than are now. ou can eat what you please if low each meal with a CALIFORNI A N E W A E quickly dissolves the most indigestible food, and helps to carry it through and out of the in a gentle a healthful manner, without the slightest pain, griping or nausea 100 Wafers for 25c. IrvingfDm Co Sole Pre pnetors, Philadelphia, Pa, FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. IF. H. BEHENKEI Fresh dried and Canned Fruits, Pickles if and Condiments. We have some fine smoked sardines in oil which we are selling for 10c a can ,its3 certainly a bargain. Ifyou want somegood 3 cheese we have it. Also some new Holland 3 Herring which we sell in kegs or in hulk. We handle Chase & Sanborn's Coffees,^ :and are the exclusive agent for the same.5 We have some bargains in Crockery to— offer our line of Glassware, Lamps,Dinner 3 sets and Toilet sets is better than ever. Goods delivered promptly to all parts =5 of the city. BEHNKE ^luiiijUitiitWuiuiuiaiUitiitUi.iUiiiJUJitiuiUiUiiUiiiUiiiK Rye, Wheat and Barley Poods. We want to mtioduc our good« into every home in this country. do this pnpnMj to ship io cmxmmtMs in assorted case lots at wholesale prices. Our Line. MEAD' S A E E The most nutritious health food in lhe world. Quickly (ouke A ti\o pound package will make 12 pounds of cooked food. Its a fond laxative. E E I O N E O E E A product of skilfully blended rye, principally WIMI haul wheat and bailey. Contains no coffee essence or chicory. I N E SAM'-* O E A A O N I W E A Highes honors at Worlds Fair 1) unty, delicious, O E CREA O A E Excellent as a brenkfast food and unequalled fni soups, gravies and meat diessing. MEAD' S A E O Absolutely pure, 7fj per cent gluten. For pancakes, waffles, and hied, its the world's best. 2 U) pkgs. Mead's Flaked Rye. 3 1 l.i. pkgs. Ptrfi-cti in Rye Coffee. 2-H). pk S a a Wheat. 1 ll, pkg. Clean: Riiley 1 5 lb. pkg. Mend's Barley Flour. 1 1 11). pk». Pearl Barley. 10 1-lb. pkgs. Perfection Rye Coffee. 0 11-lb. pkg. Cieam of liniley. 2-lb. pkgs U. S. Rolled Mac. Wheat 2 5-U). pkgs. Mexd'h Barley Flour. 2 10-lb. pkgs Fancy Wheat Graham. 1 10-11). pkgs. Gold' Coin Meal. I 1 II). pkg. Fancy Pcail Bailej 41 full wiisiht plsg 101 World's Choicest C-leals. A pound packwge of .my of the above good* will b» hi'iui Mpald upon leceipt of 25c. A valuable coupon in vi rv package. Write today. jooiis on reieiptnf £5 'Plit. It TOO."haven't a regnUr, healthy movement of the boweli every day, you're illor will be. Keep your bowel* open, and be well. Force, in the shape of violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and clean is to take CANDY CATHARTIC EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good, Da Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe 10,25 and SO cents per box. Write for free sample, and book let on health. Address 133 Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 18 N in Street. O at $ 2 2 5 O 5 2-lb. pkgs Mead's Flaked Rye. 5 1 lb. pkgs. Perfection Rye Coffee. 2 2-lb. pkgs S Rolled Mac. Wheat, 5 1^-lb. pkgs. Cream of Barley. 2 5-lb. pkgs Mead's Barley Floiir. 1 10-lb. pkg. ancy Wheat Graham. 1 1-lb pkg. a Pearl Barley. 22 full weight pkgs 50 lbs. World'a Choicest Cereals. a N This offer to sell you goods at whole sale prices is only good as long as your requirements cannot be rilled by your grocer. Freights.—W a a procure the lowest possible rates for our customers and will gladly have any overchaige in freights corrected should any occur. W E A A N E E every word that we publish and every ounce of goods we ship. O W O S E N O N E I is al- ways best to send money by postoffice or txpress money ordei or by bank draft. N O I N A N I RUST. A 1 pound package sent postpaid of any of ab v« Minneapolis Cereal ©. Dept. I. Minneapolis, Minn BEST FOR THE BOWELS Perhap more people would go to *Li\en if there re Sunda excur sions Thi& world to misers -1 v., accumulate wealth for other* t« tnjoy. Occasionally a as tears at the loss of his wife's pu dog—b« they are tears of joy. W a an begins to shoot off his mouth at a social function hit wife proceeds to look daggers. Oh, no, Cordelia, boarding hooa chickens are not hatched tro haf/A- boiled eggg, even if they are tough. S me spinsters spend a lot of tim 1 looking for husbands—an so d« I so me married according to ati reports.