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Arbor-Day* Set out some trees* "What has become of the foot ball? Garden seeds in bulk at S. Boss'. 5?\ C. Field went to St. Paul Sunday tolght. Seed wheat for sale at the Farmers' Elevator. Poland China pigs for sale by II W. Fuller. P. Schroder, of Perham was in the city, Monday. Wm, Bement is now running a dray line in Wadena. The County Commissioners meet on the 28th of April. Good show case for sale at Stine* hour's Drug Store. Childrens' Express Wagons at the Wadena Jewelry store. J. J. Bennett has put in a new tool rack in his hardware store. Donavin's Tennesseeans at Light Guard Ilall to-morrow night. Don't forget to go and hear the Tennesseeans to-morrow night. Mrs. II. Palmateer was visiting at Staples Mills the fore part of the week. Duck hunting is now in order and the boys are improving the opportun ity. J. K. Miller is making an improve ment in the front of his hardware store. Chas. Northfoss has painted the roof of his house in the new style striped. Miss Birdie Presson returned home from her visit to &t. Paul, Tuesday afternoon. S. A. Shellabarger, of Staples, was in the city Tuesday, talking lumber trade to the boys. The Public Schools will observe Arber Day (April 23) by planting trees 011 the school grounds. A. Wilkins has the lumber on the ground and will soon erect a fine dwelling in White's addition. Attorney Tyler, of Fergus Falls, was in Wadena Tuesday evening, mak ing calls on the attorneys of this city. C. A. Bereman has been engaged as night clerk at King's Hotel. He en tered upon his duties as such Tuesday night. The Belle of Minnesota and Pearl of Savoy, the best two kinds of potatos for this country. For ale by Barron. There will be services at the Cong'l church Sunday morning and evening, conducted by the Rey. E. S. Peake All are invited. Mrs. «L H. O'Niel, of St. Paul, arrived in Wadena, Tuesday afternoon on a visit of a few days to her parents Dr. and Mrs. Jordan, The nice waim rain that we had Sunday and Monday did lots of good. The grain that has been sown will sooii make its appearance, F. B, Coon started for Chicago Thursday night. lie has gone there to pureha.se a stock of spring goods Look out for gantstock. Jas. Ashburner is talking of putting up a business building on tli« north side of his lot next to J. J. Bennetts hardware store, 21x40, onestdry high. Geo. (Carroll has built an addition to liisb" Peake's addition 14x22, Tliis "wTTen com pitted a very handsome dwell- ~.e has commenced the a dwelling on and two stories high. his lot in addition east of the grist j.1 is to be 14x20 on the ground II. F. Smith, of Henning, was in Wadena, Tuesday night. He has 3old out his interests in Henning and will move to G10ton, D. T., where he will engage in the mercantile business. A. L. Witter and wife, of Dower Lake, were visiting in Wadena over Sunday. They returned to the lake Monday foreneon. While here A. L. mule the FARMER a pleasant call. J. Doty, Esq.. of this city, received last week back pension to the amount of $1400. Mr. Doty is getting to be an old man and needed the money and his friends congratulate him on his good luck. Attorney E. W. Thorp has recently added to his library a large number of valuable books and he has now an or der in for sixteen volumes more. When they arrive he will have one of the .best libraries in|the county. if the citizens do not attend to this matter the health officers will immediately take it in hand and see that ft is done. We have had enough sickness during the winter without having diphtheria in the city this spring. There will be considerable building done in Wadena this season. Plans have been drawn and contracts let for quite a number of good buildings already, and there promises to be a good .many more. Every year adds something to our thriving little city. It already begins to wear quite a metropolitan air. Hassan & Lambert are still on deck -with a full stock of Furniture, Sewing Machines, Baby Carriages, Boys Ex press Wagons, Coffins, Caskets, Trim mings, Ac. They are also prepared to do House and Sign Painting, Gra ning, Calsomining and Paper Hanging, They are here to stay and their work *rill be done accordingly. What about the Shell Prairie road? It does seem to 11s as though some thing ought to be dono In regard to it. There will be considerable wheat raised on the prairies this seaton and if there was a good road between Wadena and there the greater shareof it would be marketed here, and the money spent with pur Merchants! Business men look to your own !ttt*£§&tsaad pee tjbsifc a Town lots for sale by Whitney & Co. Wall Paper at Amos & Benedict's. All kinds of garden seeds at C. S. Boss'. It. A. Wells, of Brainerd was in town, Saturday. It will soon be time to swap lies on big fish stories. Northern grown garden seeds in bulk at Bar on's. M. L. Chandler, of Verndale, was in the city, Tuesday. $25,000 to loan on improved larms by Whitney & Co. M. W. Kelley, of Aldrich, was in town Tuesday afternoon. A. S. McMillan of the Journal, Vern dale, was in town, Tuesday, John Butler, of Verndale, was in Wadena, Monday afternoon. Frank Weizel startod on his return to Anoka, yesterday morning. Tickets for sale for Donavins Ten nesseeans, at Amos $ Benedict's. L.D.French, of Dower Lake, was 011 our stieets Monday afternoon. To-day is the day set apart by the State to plant trees and shrubbery. A. S. Blowers, of New York Mills, was regietered at the Merchants, Mon day. W. J. Whipple started on his re turn to Superior last Thursday after noon. Timothy, Clover, Red Tcp, Blue Grass, Millet and Hungarian Seeds at Barron's. Some good up stairs rooms to rent, suitable for a small family. Enquire at this office. The finest stock of bird cages in the city, just received at the Wadena Jewelry Store. Willis Dudley, of Anoka, arrived in Wadena Tuesday evening, on a visit to his uncle, Dr. Jordan. E. S. Lambert and Henry Howard have each built them a nice hen house on their lots in Peake's addition. P. Knndsen has gene to Milnor D.T. where he has engaged in the lumber business for S, A. Shellabarger, of Staples. Twenty-seven out of the forty-four that attended the teachers* examina tion a week ago Saturday, received certificates. C. A. Barron has purchased a very handsome delivery wagon and is pre pared to deliver meat or groceries to all parts of the city. T. F. Moore informs us that aeed ing in Compton township is about one half done. His brother, John, has already sown ninety acres. J. K. Miller is having a veranada built over the back door of his dwell ing rooms over his hardware store. It is a very convenient addition. C. Schulte has got his goods ar ranged in his new harness shop in fine style. He has got a stock of goods that any city might well feel proud of. The Wadena Cornet Band and large party from Wadena went to Verndale last Thursday night to at tend the rink. They report as having had a splendid time. The Public Schools opened for the spring term, Monday, with an enroll ment of something over 175. The teachers are Prof. Buck, Mrs. Whitney Miss Miller and Miss Calkins. Parties having land contracts with 4-h& Northern Pacific B. R. Co., can save money by paying up in preferred stock, which may be ordered through Peake & Murray of Wadena Minn. I have just received and continue to receive all the latest styles and designs of millinery and fancy goods, such as straw hats, bonnets, etc. which will be sold at bed rock prices. MRS. L. KRAMER. W. W. Graham has opened a car pentershop in the building on Averill street formerly occupied by Hassan 4 Lambert as a furniture store. All kinds of job work, repairing, etc., in the carpenter line will be promptly at tended to. The Minneapolis Tribune Company has just been organized with a capital of $500,000. Their newspaper proper ty alone is valued at $200,000, and their new building is paying ten per cent, on $215,000, which was the actual cost of property when complet ed. There is not a better equipped newspaper in the west than the Trib une. John Wyvell, of Battle Lake, came down to Wadena Monday night to superintend the putting in of crops on his farm in Compton township. He informs us that the portion of Battle Lake that was burned out last winter has been nearly all built up. In fact all the buildings have been replaced with the exception of O. Albertson's store building, and the foundation for that has beea laid and the building will soon be up. Although the weather was stormy and it was raining Tuesday night,there was a good attendance at the skating rink and the Calico Necktie Party was pronounced by all a very enjoyable affair. Both skaters and spectators seemed to enjoy themselves immense ly. Wadena caw boast of as good a skating rink floor, of as fine a set of skaters and of as good music to skate by as any town along the line of the N. P. That people should continue to use teas exported in bulk or paper pack ages is only explicable on the suppo sition thatjfchey are unacquainted with the nature of the,tea leaf. Experts, however, are aware that this leaf is of the most sensitive character, and that after a brief exposure^ to the air it deteriorates in quality"and flavor. Even when packed in lead-liHed chests it quickly loses its. strength^anl aroma after the -lead is cot. Faults less Tea, sold only by the jgppprter, H. F, Burch, besides being.a pure tea of superior grade, is packed only in defection Tea Cans, and therefore cannot part with either strength or flavor, Buy your seeds of Barron where you can get pure Northern grown. E. M. Cooper has had a new roef put on his ice house this week. The small boys are having lots of fun now-a-days playing base ball. WANTKD—Potatoes at 20 cts. a bushel iu trade at Meyer & Coon. Tiios. Hooker is buildirg an addi tion to his dwelling in White's addi tion. D, B. Kelley and wife, started on a trip to Fair mount, Martin Co. Saturday night. Tall at Miss Johnson's for the latest styles and lowest prices in millinery goods. 46 tf. F. Olin has moved his family in to the M. L. Col man house in Peake's addition. Ed. K. Nichols, of Verndale, was shaking hands with his friends in Wa dena, Tuesday. C. Potter is going to adorn his hotel building by building a varandain front of the dining room and parlor. In the Dorcas item last week where yre said "the Society did have funds," it should have read "they still have funds." Miss Johnson has just received from Hill Bro's N. Y. the finest assortment of millinery goods to be found in Wadena. 46-tf. W. II. Harris has given his new house a coat of paint. He has also had the roof painted red. It make a very handsome residence. Mrs. F, B. Coon started for St. Lawrence, D. T., last Thursday night, she having received a message stating that her mother was very ill. Mrs. J. D. Lamberson is having a a handsome bay window built on the front of her house. It adds much to the appearance of her neat residence. Laces, Swiss Embroideries, Ham burgs, Flouncings, &c., &c. Come and be satisfied for our stock and prices are sure to satisfy every visitor. II. F. BURCH. II. Thompsoh informs us that millet should be sown about the 10th of May, and that if it is calculated for seed about 25 pounds should be snwn to the acre, and if calculated for hay about 30 pounds is required. Jesse B. Stinehour has secured the agency for an eastern clothing house and is now prepared to take measures for suits. He has some excellent samples at Stinehour's drug store Call antl look them over. Read his "ad" in another column. Let all parents and guardians bear in mind that every child of school age, between eight and sixteen years, in tliis State is now required by law to attend school at least twelve weeks during each year, six weeks of which shall be consecutive, unless excused by the School Board for reasons speci fied by law. The penalty for violation is a fine of from $25 to $50 to be paid into the school fund. School district ofticers as well as parents and guard ians are liable to a fine for neglect under this law which ought to be enforced. We arise and take off our hat to apologise for the local that appeared in the FARJIER last week in regaijd Theo. Northfoss having plans aiic^ specifications perfected for the erec tion of a fine dwelling. Theo. says that his best girl has gone back on him on account of that item. We were perfectly innscent in regard to this matter, supposing that Theo. had informed her of his intentions in that diruction, but, nevertheless, we will take it all back and say that we never said it, and hope by so doing that peace will again be' restored in that family. Now is the time of the year for peo ple to clean up their back yards and cellars. A vast amount of rubbish is bound toaccumulateduriug the winter months and when spring opens up, if it is not immediately removed, it is certain to decay and the stench from it will cause a great deal of sickness. Therefore people should lose no time in getting red of it. It is a great deal cheaper to hire a dray to carry it away than to pay a doctor's bill, or perhaps lose some member of your family. In nine cases out of ten diphtheria is caused from the unclean liness of the premises. We hope that A fac-simile of a map prepared by General Gordon in Khart09m,and with notes in his handwriting, forms a feature of Science for April 10. General Stone, late of the Egyptian service, writes the descriptive text, and Colonel Prout, who served with Gordon, contributes an artical upon his character as an officer, showing the misconception of those persons who have supposed him to be a mere enthusiast. "The Climate of the Sou dan," by aa officer of long experience, and the "Route from Saukim to Ber ber," are recent articles in the pages of Science, the new scientific weekly. [$5 per year. 40 Bond Street, New York. Babyhood, the only periodical in the world devoted wholly to the caie of young children, has succeded in secur ing the services of eminent specialists in every subject with which it deals. The April number contains articles on "The Care of Children's Hair," by Prof. George H. Fox. M.D. "Isolation in Contagious Diseases," by Dr. L. Emmett Holt "True Croup," by Prof. John H. Ripley, M.D., etc. Under the title of "Domestic Disinfection," George M. Sternberg, major and sur geon, U. S. A., publishes some of the results of the reeent Government in vestigation into the properties of the best disinfectants. Among the mis-, cellaneous articles is an especially en tertaining and practical one, by an anonymous lady writer, entitled "Nurse'sDay Out." Marion Harland's writting is as attractive as usual, and the "Baby's Wardrobe," "Nursery Problems," and other departments contain the accustomed variety of use ful hints. [15 cents a huraber -91.50 a yen?, 18 street, York.] James Irish has moved into the Rosa house in Peake's addition. Dr. Babcock has had the walls of the interior of his dwelling papered with an elegant pattern. Wm, Winens did the work. Miss Katie Worthington, who has been visiting in Wadena the past two or three weeks, leturned to Minneapo lis, Saturday. E. S. Case is at home this week. He has been taken sick and is confined to hisbed being threatened quite strongly with bilious fever. Farmers and horsemen will be pleased to learn that the superb stall ion Vidocq Jr. will stand for service this season in this place. See posters for dates, terms, etc. The blacksmithing. business must be pretty good now-a-days. We draw this conclusion, after making a circuit of the town on Sunday evening, and observing the number of "gate swingers" that there are in the city. Thos. Robbs team, while standing in front of Stinehour's drug store Tues day hitched to a post, got frightened in some way started up and broke off the post that they were hitched to the ground and ran up on to the side walk, broke off a shelf in front of the store and ran into a post under the varandaand stopped. It was a very fortunate run-a-way as the" damage was slight. Patents Granted. The following patents were granted to citizens of Minn., week ending April 7tli, 1885, reported expressly for this paper by Jos. H. Hunter, Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, 936 Street, Washington, D. C.: G. C. Pratt, Anoka, clay pulverizer J. L. Willford, Minneapolis roller mill J. L. Willford, Minneapolis, mechanical movement J. F. Appleby, Minneapolis, knotting mechanism for grain binders. FOR TNE WEEK ENDING APRIL 14,1885: John Gsittel, St. Paul, car coupling Charles B. Loveless, Worthington, ventilator W. T. Morton, St. Paul, trench building machine, L. O. Root, Minneapolis, elevated railroad A. S. Sampson and D. G. Peck, Minneapo lis, artificial flagstone P. L. Simpson Minneapolis, brick machine. Students' Songs. There is no more pleasing music than these jolly songs as sung by stu dents and any one who lias had the op pcrtunityof hearing these songs by college societies, glee clubs, or by groups of students will not be surpris ed to learn that a new edition of Moses King's collection has just been issued. Over 30,000 copies have been sold This remarkable sale is probably ow mg to the fact that nearly all these songs are to be found in no other col lection. They are all fresh and copy righted, and are the songs actually sung at all the colleges at the present time. There are sixty songs, with full music. The book is handsomely printed, sheet music size, and is sold for fifty cents. The editor is Wm. H. Hills, a recent Vpf Harvard clflli t"^ no Ti inrr g\\ ^coT i- dieses King, oi .Tiaely known as of "King's Handbook of Boston," "Harvard and its Surround ings," etc. Teachers' Library. The following is the list of books now in the Teacher's Library of Wa dena county: (1) Northends Teachers Assistant, (2) School Supervision, (3) Graded Schools, (4) Law of Public Schools, (5) Law of Public Schools,(G) Theory and Practice of Teaching, (7) Teach ers Hand Book, (8) Methods ofTeach ing, (9) Normal Methods ofTeaching, (10) Art of School Management, (11) Political Mauual, (12) Teacher and Parent (13) Primary Object Lessons, (14) Methods of Instruction. All persons desiring to join the Library Association can do so by paying $1.00 to the library commit tee or by giving some book upon the subject of teaching to the library, the book to be accepted by the commit tee. It is desired that all who joined the association during the last insti tute, held in Wadena, should send a book to the committee or any mem ber of it, or paj' the required fees at an early date. It is desirable to have as many books as possible in the library for the use of the teachers during their work this spring. Any good book upon the subject of teach ing-not found in the above list will be accepted. PER COMMITTEE. IMPORTANT. When you visit or leave New York 6ity, save Baggage Expressace and Carriage Fire and stop at the Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central Depot. Elegant rooms fitted up atja cost of one million dollars, reduced to $1.00 and apwards per day. European plan. Elevator. Restaurant supplied with the best. Horse cars and, stages and elevat ed raidroad to all depots. Families can live better for less money at tne Grand Union Hotel than at any other first-claas hotel in the city. FOR SALE—All kinds of dry wood. W. H. HARRIS. Drayman. Letter List. List of Letters remaining in the PostolBce at Wadena. Minn., April 23d. 1885. Bean & Burt, J. E. Bacon, Frank Dewey, Peter J. Hagen, Miss Minnie Kinstler, Mrs. L. C. Kelley, James R. Landon, R. Mitchell, Mrs. Rachel Nolan 2, Mr. Pickard, Hans M. Solberg Mary Walker, Mr. Waden. In calling for these letters please say "Adver tised. GILES PEAKE, P.M. Notice Notice is hereby given that my wife, Eliza J. Dibble, has this dayjeft my bed and board without just cause or provocation, and Phereby warn all parties against trusting or harboring her on my account, as I shall not be responsible for any bills contracted by her after this date. H. M. DIBBLE. Dated Wadena, $Iinn. A pril 12,1885. 48-3t, rl 5 For Sale or Rent. A farm two miles west of Wadena Apply to JOHN 45-tf. Battle Lake. For Rent. Store building, formeily occupied by Barron & Barron as a meat market. Also rooms up stairs. For particulars cuquire of L. E. Stinehour. Cure for Pies. The first symptom of Piles is'an intense itching at night after getting warm. This unpleasant sen sation is immediately relieved by an applica tion of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy. Piles in all forms, Itch, Salt Rheum and Ringworm can be permanently cured by the use of this great remc dy Price 50 cents. Manufactured by the Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by L, E. Stinehour Tired That tired, languid feeling, with loss of ambition and strength is caused by impure blood and poor circulation. Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood Mak er will cleanse the blood, create anew supply and restore health and vigor. One hundred doses for one dollar and warranted by Amos & Benedict. Just as Good. Many unscrupulons dealers may tell you they have remediesfor Ceughs and|Colds equal ia merit an«l in every respect just as good as the old reli able Dr. Boeanko's Cough andLau^ Syrup, unless you insist upon this remedy and will take no other, yon are liable to be greatly deceived Prices, 50 cents aid 81.00. Sold by L. E. Stine hou* Strange S We do not know of any medicine that has gained an equal popularity, in such a short time, for the instant relief of Coughs and soreness in the lungs, as BEGG'S CHERRY COUGH SYRUP. It is mild and pleasant to take and will not injure the most delicate infant. Sample bottles free at Amos & Benedict's. Tbis Idea of Going West' Colorado or New Mexico, for pure air to re lieve Consumption, is all a mistake. Any reason able man would use Dr. Boaanko'a Cough and Lung Syrup for Consumption in all its first stages it never fails to give relief in all cases of Cougfes Colds, Bronchitis, Pains in the Chest and al affections that are considered primary to Con sumption. Price, 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by L.E. ginehour. Faragut Post No. 102, G. A. R. meets in the old school building on the evenings of the first and third Saturdays of each month. All com rades in good standing are invited, and will be made welcome. C. S. Boss, Commander Post. Dangerous I! At this season of the year the Blood becomes sluggish and is surcharged with poison. It is in a dangerous condition and leads to many diseases, which are serious and dangerous but can easily be averted by the use of BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER AND BLOOD MAKER. It separates and discharges all poison from the Blood cures Dyspepsia, Sick Headaehe and all Blood disorders. Free sample bottles at Amos & Benedict's. Dr. Bosank*. This name has become so familiar with the most of people throughout the United States that it is hardly necessary to state that he is the originator of the great Dr. Bosanko Cough and Lung Syrup the people's favorite remedy, wherever known, for Coughs, Colds, Consumption and all affections of the Throat and Lungs. Price, 50 cents and 81.00. Sold by .E. Stinehour. RUSSIA & ENGLAND ftfay Fight, But Jesse B. Stinehour HAS SECURED The Agency for an Eastern Clothing House And is now prepared to take measures for suits. If you want A fine A No. 1 Suit uf Clothes and a perfect fit guaranteed, have your measure taken at once. Prices range From $12.00 to $30,00 Coats, Pants or Vests can be ordered separate if desired* Samples displayed at STINEHOUB'S DRUG STORE. JESSE B. STINEHOUR. Main St* PULL RIGGED PRAIRIE BREAKERS SPECIAL BRUSH BREAKERS Stubble Plows. tt,T TV more money than at anything else \\l I WHITNEY & CO. DEALERS IN Loans Negotiated, COLLECTIONS MADE AND COUNTY ORDERS BOUGHT. Xnauranoe Asezxtm» Corner Front and Third Sts. ... Wadena, Minnesota. CLAYTON PLOW WORKS. CLAYTON CIS-LUAJKATED UAJNO FLOW'S. As Prairie Breakers and Stubble Plows. by taking an agency for the best I WYVELL, selling book out. Beginners suc ceede grandly. None fail. Terms ree. HALLKTTBOOK CO Portland, Maine. The Toledo Blade (NASBY'S PAPEB.) Olroulatlozi 181000- The Largest Circulation of any Weekly Newspaper in the United States. The Largest Paper published in the United States at One Dollar a year. The Best Paper and the Cheap est Paper. The Only Paper publishing the Nasby Letters. The Blade alone, $1.00 per year with Waterbury Watch, $3.50 with Steel Engraving of Pilgrims' Progress (a $10 engraving), $2.00. Special terms to club raisers made known on application. Any week's issue of the Blade announces our bargains in cheap books, pictures, etc., We want everybody to send postal card to us for a specimen copy. It will tell its own story. A column advertisement would not af ford room to describe its various de partments and our announcements for the eoming year. Write lor a specimen, and also send the address ot all your friends. THE BLADE, TOLEDO, O, A PURELY National Paper Circnlatiai ia Em Stats 13 WIEI8 The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed se curely wrapped, to any address in the United States for three months on receipt of O3JTE5 JD(DXJ3Li^R. Liberal discount allowed to postmasters, agents and clubs. Sample copieB mailed free. Address all orders to RICHARD K. FOX, Franklin Squaro, N. Y. Northern Pacific RAILROAD, THE DIRECT LIKE BETWEEN ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, OR DULUTH, And all Points in MINNESOTA, DAKOTA MON TANA, IDAHO, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, OREGON, BRITISH COLUMBIA, PUGET SOUND AND ALASKA. EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY,TO WHICH ARE ATTACHED PULLMAN Palace Sleeper®, AND ELEGANT DINING CARS. NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN ST. PAUL AND PORTLAND, On any Class of Ticket, EMIGRANT SBEEPERS FREE. The only All Rail line to the YELLOW STONE PARK. For full information as to Time, Rates, Etc. Address, CHAS. S. FEE, Twe nty-fire inch cut. Five to s'z acres per day with three horsec. WRITE TO FACTORY FOR PRICES, Subscribe for the Northern Pacific Farmer. Farm. Stock and Home, TWO PAPERS FOR $1.75. Defective Page General Puss. Agent. Si, Paul, Minn- Wadena. WHEEL PRAIRIE BREAKERS WHEEL •HUSH BREAKERS. WHEEL Stubble Plows. got my dinner at Mrs. Potter's Third Street, AND HOTEL. Aierill St,, ... IVdetia, Minn Hot Meals at all'Hours. GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS For Day aid Teek Boarders. Cakes, Etc., Always on Hand. DEALER IN Choice Family Groceries, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY GROCERIES. Red Front, between Boot and Shoe Store and the Farmer offlee Livery, Feed and Sale Stable E WADENA HOTEL Alter fy Hirt, Props THIRD STREET, WADENA, MIXV. First Class Accommodations And Terms Reasonable. SALOON IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL. Good wlxiea and Iiiquors always oxx 3x »zid ANOTHER REDUCTION! AT THE All wool dress flannels, One and one-fourth yards wide, Crashes at 5, 8, 10 and in Laces from 2c upwards to Spring Veilings at Table Linen at 25, 30, 45 and Shirtings at 8,10 and Dress Cambrics, 30 in. wide Ladies Shoes, upwards from Men's Plow Boots, Also a lot of CLOTHING, CLOAKS, HATS Al CAPS Lace Curtains, Bed Spreads Shawls, Gents' Fine Shirts and Dress Goods of every variety, that we will sell at HALF PRICE. We will not be undersold. CalL and see for yourself. GRASS MORRISON & GRANT, AMOB BENEDICT, DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines and 'Chemicals Fancy and Toilet Articles, Trusses and Shoulder Braces, AND ALL DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, WALL PAPER AND STATIONERY rescriptionscarefully compounded day or night. J.KATZKY Invites Attention to his LARGE STOCK of NEW £ups, goots and Mhots. And also a Full Line ef Staple and Fancy Groceries Stone Glass and Wooden War* THIRD STREET\ WADENA, PIONEER HARDWARE STORE! d. K. MILLER, Prop., Third Street, Wadena, Minifi Dealer in all kinds of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, SASH, DOORS AND TAINT, All kinds of Tin and Sheet Ion jrork done on short notico, I did mot. Wadena TROWN, at the Pel key House Barn, Front Street, Wvuzn %, Mini* GOOD RIGS AND GOOD HORSES AT REASONABLE PRICES. Yt ''A 9 •-v 7 «r 50c 12c 5c 25c 30c 50c 12c 8c 50c 2.00 S"rout St. «td«xu». A -&Z- ''v. r.-«.