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IF YOU ARE GOING TO
Boy & filbert
Can furnish you the Plans and
Specifications, as they have a
lirst-cl ass draughtsman in their
In their Shop they have
Best of M^c^ai^the
They have 40,000 feet of Fin
ishing Lumber in their sheds.
Also, a large stock of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Lime,
Cement, Adamant, Fire Brick,
Hair, Roofing, Pitch and Glass
Our prices are the same to all.
Not the lowest, but the best
goods at a fair buseness profit
Call and see us at our new quarters
at the B. & N. trackg and Second St,
Jay L. Reynolds
ATTORNEY AT LAW-
Office over Merchants Bank-
U. S. LAND LAWS A SPE
W have them
in all styles and
shapes to fit every
figure, and every
corset is sold
under this most
"Money refunded aftgr four
weeks' trial if corset is not
Look for this
Trade Mark on
inside of corset
and on box.
KALAMAZOO CORSET CO.
Sole Makers. Kalamazoo, Mich.
FOR SATW. BY
McCUAIG & LUDINGTON.
F. A Brown,
Final Proof and Contest,
All Business to be Transacted
Through A. GILMOUR.
H. E. ANDERSON, SEC. & TREAS
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tabieta
the remedy that cures a eoM to *y
Surveyor Stoner returned Fri
day from Koochiching by way of
Winnipeg. He had accompanied
W Street and John Steidl two
weeks ago to the Little Fork river
where the former took his first
view of the property on which he
and A. A. White intend to grow a
town. Mr. Stoner took the level
of the river at that point and
found a 12-foot water fall. He
then surveyed a slice of townsite
and platted two blocks.' Lots will
at once be placed on the market.
The following extract from the
Koochiching Budget well describes
the future "metropolis:"
"What is known as the Twenty
mile rapids has been selected as
the site for a new town, the name
of which we are unable to give at
this time. The spot has long
been regarded by the prophetic as
a likely one for the purpose for
which it has been selected. A
rapid in the Little Fork river
makes a total drop of probably
seven feet at that point, and the
high banks of that stream for
miles above would permit of the
increasing of that fall to a great
extent, presumably to twenty or
more feet, creating a water power
of no small proportions. Tw
rapids occur at short intervals
just above, which would aid ma
terially should, this work be taken
up. The only drawback is the
uncertain stage of the water in
the stream, which at times is a
raging torrent and again much
smaller, the rise and fall being
noted and feared for its rapidity.
It is thought, however, that this
defect can be materially improved
by holding the water in the numer
ous lakes and other basins above
until needed, when it could be let
out gradually to meet the demands.
"The site is high and prettily
located on both sides of the stream.
The east side, the portion now
being platted, is on the farm of
W Slingerlend. Mr. Slinger
lend has resided there for the,past
eight years, and his efforts, aided
by nature or with the help of In
dians who have used the ground
for camping purposes while catch
ing and curing the sturgeon and
other fish plentiful there at cer
tain seasons of the year, has re
sulted in a clearing of probably
240 acres, covered only with a
small growth of brush. The soil
at that point and adjoining terri
tory is excellent, being generally
conceded to be of the most fertile
in the state. I is doubtful if any
place is backed by better agricul
tural conditions than is the new
town on the greater part of this,
too, a good sprinkling of timber is
there to aid the settler.
"The advent of the new town
doubtless means that the Minne
sota & International railway sur
vey will be changed so as to make
the crossing at that point, instead
of some three miles below, where
at present located.
"The new town is situate 16
miles a little west of south from
this place, on an almost direct line
between here and Grand Falls.
"The promoters are W. Street
of Bemidii and A A. White of St.
Paul. Th name of the former
gentleman, the resuit of his suc
cess in handling the townsite at
Bemidji, will aid the move to a
great extent, and doubtless insures
prosperity for the section around
the Twenty-mile rapids."
At Any Drug Store.
If you are not feeling well if
your stomach bothers you, you
can't sleep at night and are always
"out of sorts." Call at your near
est drug store and get Cascarine
it never fails in diseases of this
kind. Tr it, at least you will
not regret it. It costs only 50
cents. Think of reducing your
doctor bill to 50 cents per month!
Cascarine is a mild laxative,
pleasant to take, will not stick to
the teeth, will not gripe and
agrees with the most delicate
stomach. Everyone who has tried
it is loud in its praise.
Cascarine cures sick headache,
habitual constipation, morning
sickness, biliousness, indigestion,
jaundice and the many disorders of
the stomach, kidneys, liver and
Cascarine has no equal in the
treatment of nervous exhaustion,
melancholia, stonic dyspepsia, and
in the various forms of heart dis
ease, asthma, dizziness, seasick*
The manufacturers, Ilea Bros.
& Co., Minneapolis, Louisville and
New York, will send to any one
free of charge a valuable booklet
on the cause and cure of constipa
tion, indigestion and the many ills
dependent on a week and inactive
digestive system, and one week's
treatment for 10 cents in stamps
to cover postage. Cascarine is
for sale at Mayo's drug store.
"Through the months of June and
July our baby was teething and took
a rucming off of the bowels and sick
ness of the stomach," says O. P. M.
Holliday, of Doming, Ind. "His bow
els would move from five to eight
times a day. I had a botttle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in the house and gave him
four drops in a teaspoonful of water
and he got better at once." Sold by
Mayo's Drug Store.
Engineer DuBois and Conductor
Logan, who have been on the Minne
apolis & International for some time,
have both been let out by Superin
tendent Ball. Engineer DuBois was
in charge of the engine of one train
and Conductor Logan in charge of
the other in the head end collision on
Saturday evening, and both are held
"R. and L. T."
The Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic
railway again offers to northwestern
people an unusually attractive ar
rangement of "Rail and Lake Trips."
Let us plan your Pan-American Ex
position trip via train and steamer
routes. No dust, no heat. Service
the best and at reasonable rates. For
full particulars, rates, reservations,
etc., apply to M. ADSON,
General Agent, D., S. S. & A. Rail
way, Duluth, Minn.
Associate Physician for DP. Rea.if
By Special Request
will visit Bemidii, at
Thursday, Aug. 29
One day only, returning every
four weeks for six months.
DR. DORAN has no superior in diatfnosinff
and treating diseases and deformities. Ho
will give 850 for any case that he cannot toll
tho disease and where located in five min
All curable medical ana surgical dis
eases, acute and chronic catarrh, and Hpecinl
Diseases of the Eye, Eur, Nose and Throat,
F.iuugDisease, Early Consumption, Bronchitis
Bronchial Catarrh, Constitutional Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Stomach and Bow
el Troubles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciat
ica, Bripht's Disease, I)liibots, Kidney, Liv
er. Bladder, Prostrath' and Female diseases,
Dizziness, Nervousness. Indigestion, Obesity,
Interrupted Nutrition, .Slow Growth in Child
ren, ana all wasting disease in adults. Many
eases of Deafness, Ringing In the Ears, Loss of
Eyesight. Cataract, Cross Eyes, etc., that
have been improperly treated or neglected,
can be ettsilv restored. Deformities, Club
Feet, Curvature of the Hpine, Disease of the
Brnln. Paralysis Eplleflsy, Heart Disease.
Dr ipsy. Swelling of the Limbs, Stricture.
Open Sores. Pain in the Bones, Crangular En
iawments ai:fl all lung standing diseasns
properly treated. Young, middle-aged and
old, single or married men and all who sudor
from lost manhood, nervous ileb lliy. pper
matorrhoea, seminal losses, sexual 'ilecny.
failing memory, weak eyes, stunted develop
ment, lack "f energy, impoveished blood,
pimples, impediments luaiTiajrt' also Mood
Add sksii diseases- Syphilis, Eruption". Hair
Falling. Bone Pains, Swellings. Sore Throat,
Ulcers, effects of Mercury. Kidney arid Blad
der trou lies. Weak Bit'.'k. tin ruing ITruie. pas
sing urine too often. Gonorrhoea. Qieet, Stric
ture, receive seaiching treat int nt. prompt re
lief and cure for life.
Cancers, Tumors Goiter, Fis
VWieooele and enlarged elands with the -ub-
ciltaneous inject on method, absnhitely with
out pain and without the loss of a OnftU of
blood, is one of hie own discoveries, and is the
most really Mietttinic and certainly sure cure
of the nineteenth century. No incurable cas
es taken. onsultation lothose Interested, ft.
DR. REA & CO..
Minneapolis. Minn. Louisville. Ky.
At Per Ycnr
TENSTRIKE STILL BOOMS.
In spite of the dullness which
usually prevails at this time of the
year, the towns north of us con
tinue to wax fat. Th following
itehis from the Trihune shows
Tenstrike to he keeping up with
M. T. Miekelson, a prosperous
farmer living near the village, has
received a letter from the Lars
Anderson Co. of Henning, Minn.,
stating that they would commence
the erection of a, large sawmill
near his farm at oncn, and that
the sawing apparatus and machin
ery would be shipped here as soon
as the roads become passable. This
company own and operate several
mills throughout the state, and
this will be one of their largest.
McUuaig & Ludiugton will soon
commence the erection of a large
addition to their store building on
Second street. The new building
will be 24x40 feet. This will give
the firm a floor Space of 100 feet
long and 24 feet wide. This firm
is enjoying a good trade, and the
old building was too small to
accommodate their large stock.
The store is under the manage
ment of II. A. MeCuaig, the junior
member of the firm, and a more
enterprising business man is hard
Last week M. 13. Maxan bought
from C. N Nitcholl the lot and
building on the corner of Second
street, formerly used as a black
smith and wagon shop, and as
soon as the building is remodeled
will put in a stock of general
hardware. Mitchell & Heckman
have already commenced the con
struction of a building on Dudry
avenue, 20x30 feet, to be used as a
blacksmith and wagon shop. New
business institutions are starting
up in this thriving burg nearly
Four Days Without Food.
About four weeks ago, Martin
Lund, about 60 years old, who
lives in township 150, ran ge 29,
was found in his hou se on his
claim by H. S. Nohre, son, and E.
O. Berg, paralyzed. had been
bad for two weeks, and for four
days could not help himself, and
aid had not arrived he would
have soon died.
Mr. Nohre remained with Lund
and took care of him until !*riday,
when a stretcher was made, and
he and Berg carried him from
near Bridgie to Bogue's old place,
where they camped Friday night,
and Saturday morning went to
C. Peterson and got his team and
brougfet Lund in. John Hofland
was here engaged and took Lund
to Bemidji, on his way home to
Canby, in Yellow Medicine
county. C. Kruger, Lund's
brother-in-law, came up to see
about him and assist in getting
him out of the country.
Lund has had two or three
strok es of paralysis, but the last
one was brought on by over-ex
ertion. His house caught on fire,
and in carrying water to put it
out he got overheated and caught
cold, and when accidentally found
by Mr. Nohre, had been helpless
four days without food or care.
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