Club with the Farmer.
Thef AKMKK will be sent to- any address
together with the following named journals,
at the prices set opposite tfieir names, for
o^sh in advance:
IHoneer Press,......'. ......... $265
Western Rural 2 90
Harper's Weekly or Magasine each.. 4 90
'Minnesota Farmer 1 75
American Agriculturist 2 70
St. Paul Weekly Globe .... 2 50
Will grind feed on and after this date at
STeents per bashel. Can grind any working
-lay. BLUFFTON MILLS. Sltf
Our people have been taken in and done
or by several minstrel uliows of late and
Consequently did not turn out to the Pome
j^oy minstrels in v£ry great numbers last
Tuesday night. Those who did go, however,
were well pleased with the "show" and
whou Mr. Pomeroy comes again, which will
fee about three weeks, there is no doubt but
•that lie will have a full house.
Don't forget the lecture Saturday night by
Mr. Sleeper of Brainerd.
Dirt and violence are most affec*
Thirty-fita pounds flour for a bushel oi
No. 1 wheat, and every pound of Hour war
canted satisfactory, is what we propose to
give at the Wadena Mill. All wheat in
spected at the mill. We will also give 4
pounds of shorts and 8 pounds of bran. W«'
mean to do satisfactory business both to our
eustomers and ourselves.
28 4t WADENA MILLS CO.
Rev. C. H. Dixon will" preach in Wadena
the second Saobath of each month at 11
o'clock a. in. and 7 o'clock p. m.
Also in Verndale the first Sabbath if each
mouth at 10:30 a. in. and 7 p. ra.
Rev. E S Peake will officiate at Wadenn
the 3d Sunday in each month at 11 a and
at Verndale at 7 1-2 p. ui.
Rev. Mr. Denley will preach in the School
House, Wadena, the 1st and 4th Sundays ii.
each month at 11 o'clock a.m. Prayermeet
ing every Thursday night.
England Prairie, on the 2nd Sunday
in each month at 11 o'clock.
Verndale the 2d and 4th Sundays in each
month at 2 o'clock p. m.
Bluffton first Sunday in each month at 3
OFFICE at Fergus Falls, Minn., Nrv. 24tb,
Notiee ia hereby given,that the following named
settler nas illeri notice of liis inteuiioii to make
final proof in support of liis claim, antl secure li
n«l intry thereof at the expiration of thirty chys
iruJi the te of this notice, viz: Ira H. Sanrilorcl,
homestead application No. 3038 lor the N.W.J*
S. K.l-4, W. N. E. 1-4 and N. K. 1-4 N. E. 1-4
Sec. 24 T| 134 K. 37 and names the following
uhis witnesses, viz: OleKnntson and Alphus
iftillman both of town 131 n., r. 37w. Minn.
xxviii SOKEN LISTOJS, Register.
.LANDOFFICE at Fergus Falls Minn., Dec.
Notice is hereby given that the following
.* liamtd settler has tiled notice of liis intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and secure final entry thereof at the expira
tion of thirty days from the dfiteol this no
tice, viz: Reuben Ecker, Preemption Declar
atory Statement No. 2202 for then 1-4
1-4 ands 1-4
1-4 Sec 8 Tp 133 36
,*nd names the following as his witnesses,
viz: Trueman Roberts and James French
both of Otter Tail Co., Minn.
5t Soren Listoe Register.
Farms for Sale.
Do you want 5v timber farm, a prairie
ferm, a stock farm or all included in one
form, improved or wild land! If you do call
once on the undersigned at H. F. Burch &
Go's store and secure just what yon want.
Lands from one to twelve miles from Wade
aft. Prices and terms warranted to suit.
Orders left at the postoffice
PEER CREEK MINN.
^JHAS. O. BREWSTER,
Attorney asl Coueier-At-law,
AND SOLICETOR IN CHAUNCERY.
«. O. Lace.
JLUCE & BENBING,
TIHEE WEBS 1 COHTRACTORS.
By the subscriber a good, fresh milch cow
lor which the highest cash price will be paid
C. J. STUART.
Came into my enclosure ou Dec. 1st 18-~9
a large red ox about 7 years old with rope
around his horns the owner can have same
Iy calling at my house, on sec. 22 in Wadena
Township and paying expense of keeping
28 3t PETER RUSCOE.
The Wheat Market.
At Duluth No. 1 hard,'$1,06, No. 1, $1.05,
No. 2, 81,04 Fargo, No: 1 94c, No. 2, 89c
Melrose, No. 1 91o, No. 2 88c.
I am prepared to give lessons on the piano
or organ at reasonable rates. Call at residence
over Farmer office. Miss HATTIE E. BAILEY.
The Largest Stott tf General Kercbaadise is Vadeaa Co.
Complete Assortment of
I have seasoned flooring and siding for
ale at Bluffton. Car load just received
Also a span of horses and yoke of oxen fo
sale rr trade.
26tf C. M. MALTBT.
FI0ELITY LODGE. U. D., A. F. & A. M.. VERN0ALE
Regular. Communications held first and
third Tuesdays of each month. All Master
Masons in good standing cordially invited to
attend. H, BRINTNKLL, W. M.
B. F. HORR, Secretary.
Judge of District Court, Hon. O. Stearns.
Auditor. C. J. Stuart
Treasurer, H. W. Fuller
Register of Deeds, C. J. Stusrt.
Sheriff, Peter Urate.
Probate Judge, L. W. Smith.
Siipt. Schools, L. D. French
Clerk of Court, -H. Briatnell
County Surveyor, C. Parker
Co. Commissioner 1st. District, C. Potter
D. C. Bending. 3 cords half of green and half of dry tama
rack 4 feet long.
5 cords of green oak 3 feet long.
3 cords of green oak 4 teet long.
To be delivered at the school house in Wa
dcryt on or before December 25, 1879.
26tf?* ",*'•' C. H. PBAK, Director.
Also a full Line of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS,
YANKEE MOTIONS, ETC.
LADES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS CUFFS, COLLARS,
Also a choice
LINE OF CONFECTIONERY,
And all kinds of
Crockery and Glassware.
We Also Keep in Stock a Full Line of
Tlie Celebrated St. Paul Plow,
tlie Remslllel Norwegian and Rock Island Plow
THE BEST IN AMERICA.
Come and see onr mammoth stock, from which you can procure anything you desire
rom a paper of pins to a threshing machine.
PEAKE & CO,
FRONT STREET, WADENA, MIM.
WADENA POST OFFICE.
OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M.
For Parker's Prairie Mondays and
Mail closes, going east, 9:30 A.M.
Co. Commissioner 3d. District, A. Cook
Proposal for Wood,
Sealed proposals will be received for
School District No. 1, until 12 o'clock
N»v. 29,1879, at the office of John N. Her
ron, District Clerk, for wood .in the follow
5 cords half of green and half of dry Tama
arack 3 feet long.
ery Friday evening at 8
H. F. BURCH.Recorder. W. M.
Correoted weekly by C. H. Peake.
Moner Orders oan be obtained npon post
offices in all parts of tlie United States
GILES PEAKE, P. M.
WADENA LODGE NO 160. A. 0. U. W
Meet at Hall in Wa
£ena School House ve-
J1®" 2 75 to 3 00
Salt per bbl..
Corn Meal...... 2 50
flew® '.'.'.150 to 1 75
1st Comtrfta $15 00
2d Common 13 05
2 to 3 00
Hard maple andiron wood....... $2.10
White and burr oak 2.00
Black and red oak 1^75
Rock and red elm, tamarack..1*75
White and yelloy birch. !!.'."l 75
Jwck pine and spruce 1.40
Basswood and poplar J' JQ
All wood to be sound body wood, free
from lumps aud chunks.
White and burr oak....... 30cts.'
Red oak, rook and red elm 24r*t«
White pine I8cts.
All ties to be six inches thick, eight inch
face and light feet long exclusive of kerf.
We have on onr premises one three year
oldNrteer, red, with crooked horns, the own
er^of wfiich sliall recgiye the same by paying
all expenses., R0BB BROS.»
W. A. BRYANT
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes,
.v ,r i* Cr •*.%
OnJSaturday, Oct Uth Messrs.
WILL OPEN A SPLENDID STOCK OF
DRY OOOBS GROCERIES
Boots, Shoes, Hats, caps
111 the building one door west of the W uleni Hotel. We BUT FOR?" CASH
AND SELL, FOR CASH. Having no losses to make up, we can and will sell- for
small profit. Our store has been remodeled and is the pleasantest sales
in Wadena. We come to st'-iy.
that what we say can be relied upon,
Physician audi Ap©ttaccary.
Drugs, chemicals, Patent Medicines, Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars,
Conlectionery and Notions. Prescriptions carefully
compounded, night or day..
All ealls promptly answered in the country and the Northern Pacific railroad*
v2 91y Farwell
Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Etc.
O A N E E
In fact "everything usually kept in a first-class general store can be fonnd in our stock at
he" lowest possible prices. Give ns a eall. 2 16tf
WILL BE OPENED NEXT WEEK BY
Luce's New Building.
A full line of furniture, pictuie frames, and coffins. titr
WJiere you can get Drugs, Medicines, Chemical*. Paints. Oils, Varnit
|^A full line «4Legal BUnka kept for »le.
J». fj. -^TI^EHOUR,
Bwshet, Books, Stationery, and Wall Paper ,•
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