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A. KKSKKVICD SKAT.
Deuooracy'ii not *p Hill,
The^overaw". fcair. D. B. can't fl^ 1
It'x hold tor Lori p. ,j$
Xew York Recorder.
fclG.VS OF THEeSEASON. '4
'&
morning
leav
8 turning on the trees.
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orithwanl flee*.
T ontnran timhe IDehere:
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of bees,
atnnn i,n here, ''Ltimet
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w(' i .-,Th
5%.*^ ~Kno City ior*aU
^Whitney leada in knv oriees. I" i
?7, Thanksgiving day, Nov. 29CTi.
Call nfc the SHE AF offlee for first
Jnss job work.
Dr. Enpstiid will be in Wnrrpn.
ii Saturday, Nov. 17th.
WANTE D: A good jrir! iiir gwierul
Louaowork. Mrs. W. B. WALTEK S.
A. Grindeland is undoubtedly
elected State Senator. Hip, Hip,
Hurra ML LH
wp^periment. ^Itey want immediate re
'lief. TuatVi why they use One
(v. Minute Cough Cure. Cliapin's Druir-
,t v^^store.
Subscribers who are' in arrears
their subscription will please call
arround and pay us what they owe
or remit by mail. We must have nil
accounts tettled up chis fafl.
It cures piles, it cures obstinate
aores, chapuetl hands, wounds, ft
does this quickly. Is there any good
renso^hy yo
8 oul
Mf
um Wit^s V, iteii Haaell Salve| Chapin's
JirMgr'uore. v.
Election returns were received nt
|f, Dr. Chapin's drug store until a late
iiour Tuesday night, and as the
cheerful news from New York began
to pour in Republican enthusiasm
can high. Dr. Engstail will be in Warren
on Saturday, Nov. 17th.
Busy people hh^e no time, and
sensible people have no inclination
.to line II slow remedy. One Minute
though Cure acts promptly and gives
permanent results. Clin pin's Dnur
etore.
Henry Knir^er, a former well
iknowii farmet near th's city, now re
siding at Ledue, AUierta,* Canada,
has leen spending a few days calling
on his frieiuls
here.gentlema
,ia PPy
ant
always was.
He is the same
RWia as he
You make no mistake when you
take De Witt's Little Earlv Risers
for biliousness, dyspepsia or head
ache, because these little pills cure
them. Chapin's Drugstore.
Sy AL A. StocWaad, Jhik Park,
has left at tlie SAE AF office few
sample ears of corn raised by him
this year. They are fine, large and
1 fully matured ears of Dent and Scow
corn, niirl have yielded 6 0 bushels to.
the acre. Mr. Stockland has some
seed th at he can sell to farmers.
We might tell you more about One
V-. Aimute Cough Cure, but yon probn
bly know that iteuresacoueh. Every.
k, one does who has used it. It is a
,fv perfect remedy for coughs, colds,
lionrseness. It is an especial faror-
^i ate for children, being pleasant to
take and quick in curing. Clin pin's
Drugstore..
We want everybody to remember
*hat we are Helling furniture cheap
and at cost these days to nihke
iroom for a new stock which we have
ordered. Now is the time t i et big
ife/C^ "MMWiins in furniture from us. Don't
forget the place.
I.GOLDEX &Co.
DIE D: Ida Nelson, daughter of
A. Nelson, of this city, died on
Thursday, Nov. 1st, of consumption,
aged 1 6 years and 1 0 months. She
Diad been sick for a long time. The
iuneral occurred on Sunday after
noon from the Swedish Mission
church, Rev. Heglund of the Scandi
navian Methodist church officiating.
Dr. Engstad will be in Warren
on Saturday, NQ V. 17th.
Our $10 violin outfits are re
duced in price to $8. 2 0 outfits to
$1 6, *ent C. O. D., with privilege of
examination. We have made a cor
responding reduction in prices on
pianos, organs, guitars, banjos,
mandolins, accordeons, zithacaand
antoharns. 'axfo&?:> !$%ffi
All sheet music at one-half price.
Address KOPS BROS
|g|21 5 Wabash Ave.,Chicago.
Ten Great Northern freight cars
vie derailed at Warn last night.
An extra bringiug empties in ende
avoring to switch off ten cars for the
several elevators in the darkness got
on the mill spur track instead of the
side track to the elevators. On leav
fh ingthe spur the end car bumped
\f agaiust the side of the Spaulding
-elevator and stopped suddenly by
the solidity of that building the cars
Jammed into each other fearfully, all
the ten cars being more or less badly
smashed up. A wrecking crew ar
rived early this morning to removo
the wrecked cars
You ought to know this: De Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn
and stop the paiu instantly. I will
!ur badly chapped lands, ugly
wounds, sores, aud a well known
cure for- Piles. Chapin's Drugstore.
Money on hand for Real
Estate Loans at Bank of
^"Wawen*
m-
maafetf*! I Matter.
Ins-arauxLco ds
"Resa 3BmtAt
CITY LOTS FOB SftLS
Instiled flee written in
old reliable companies at
reasonable rates,
Give me a call if you want good
Insurance.
*yf i'^WHEAT ^QUOTATIONS.
1 NorrWrt^ 4 4
J*Ji School.Reports^:
fteport i Ute Warren City Hli*Mlh
for tlM-inonUi ending ^oy^nib^r^gad,
low*, t'., _,, -f "\w**( ik
HIGH SCHOOL DKPAUTMEN T.
Total enrollment 38
Total attenda*nce in days... ...709
Average daily attendance .35
No. perfect in attendance .29
viz: Arthur Johnson, AllhEneix,
James Stevens, Eddie Bennewitz,
Florence Ketclmm, Bessje Gordon,
OrreW Jerrue, Eddie Tullar, Willie
Tullar, Mabel Searl, Bertie Whitney,
Huttie Searl, Esther Dagoberg, T^?o-
ru East on, Ethel Wyant, Sadie Gor
don, Flora Lnmberson, Walter
Whitney, Hannah Munson, Lilly
Fran son, Mattie Slee, Otis- Jerrue,
Freddie Eneix, Etta Brady, Monrad
Olson, Grncie Chnpin, Elis Eklund,
Willie Nixon, George Harris./-'
W. B. WALTERS, Snpt.
MR S. EMER Y, Ass't. Prin.
GRAMMAR DEPARTMEN T.
No. enrolled 45
Total attendance in days 842
Average daily attendance 4 2
Those neither absent nor tardy:
Earl Beach, Olga Bloorasness,
Clyde Chnpin, Louise Grindeland,
Hhalmar Olson, Bertha Longhridge,
Letia Cioss, Willie Harris, Irene Jer
rue, Helen Cross, Maude Wees, Mil
lie Gordon, Howard Dady, Synneva
Grindeland, Dana East on, Eddie
Whitney, Hugh Stevens, Lena Searl,
Norman Ross, Bernice Sager, Arvid
Erickson, Claude Whitney. Victor
Sumuelson, Clarice Grindeland, Lu
cille Shaw, Cora. Jerrue, Earnest
Graham, Emma Petterson, Frank
Kendall, Clinton Ross.
JOHANNAU MCLEO D, Teacher.
INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT.
To^iI enrollment 45
Total attendance in days 8 66
Average daily attendance 4 8
No. perfect in attendance 31
a^viz: Renda Anderson, Oscar Biom
suess, Clara Bennewitz, Ollie Hug
gnnrr Errtest Jerrue, Willie Johnson,
Alfred Johnson, Charlie Johnson.
Nellie Keennn, Earl Loughridge,
tjwiee Loughridge, Charlie Nelson,
Blanche Nelson, Anna Nelson, Har
old No.ves, Charlie Olson, Anna.Pe
terson, Joel Peterson, Bud Bobbins.
Edna Slee, Willie Sager, Mabel Su
gwr, Wilour Searl, Josie Svenning,
Stella Swanson, Mattie Thomas,
Charles Whitney, Maggie Woolery,
George Znerold, Gracie Dillubtfugh,
Joseph Shelstad.
4 ...xNETTiESoLbM, Teacher.
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
No. enrolled 53
Total days of attendance 996
Average daily attendance 5 0
No. perfect in attendance 38
viz: Levi Anderson, Ollie Beach,
Paul Bench, Arthur Bandur, Huida
Baudur, Berenice Barnes, Leonard
Blawd, Lulu Cross, Iver Erickson,
Grace Gordon, Alfred Hanson, Dora
ilolcomb, David Ecklund, Roy Har
ris, Lulu Imsduhl, Oley Engstrom,
Paul Jerrue, Clarence Jerrue, Albert
Golden, Ida Johnson,Ellen Johnson,
Alvin Mnttsou, Bertie Magladry, Ar
thur Ostroin, Charley Rodseth,
George Ross, Charley Pihlstrom,
Audrew Setter, Ida Soreiison, Ft'nnk
Sager, Walter Senn, Minnie Tullar,
James Thoma s, Harry Yattinson,
Waude Wyant, Bennie -Wentzel,
Perlie Prosser, Charley Wattam.
LIZZIE M. NAYLO R, Teacher.
Take a dose of Drf Witt's Little
Early Risers just for the good Uiey
will do yo u. These little Pills are
good for indigestion, good for head
ache, good for liver complaint, good
for constipation. They ar good.
Chapin's Drugstore.^.
We do not say much but we will
prove to you that what we do say is
true. Fine new pianos from $140 to
80 0, including many different
makes and all styles, for cash or on
monthly, quarterly, or yearly pay
ments. If you wish to purchase any
special make tr style of piano write
us and receive, our prices on the in
strument before elosing.. $10' paid
down and $ 5 each month for one
"t}r
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Ladies Wear
vt' Vfi
S"
I Staple Goods
S
OUT IN THE COLD
AND WET
yonrfeet require comfortable pro
tection. There nothing in %M
world as Rood a
Mishawaka All-Knit
WOOL BOOTS.
Three times as durableas any felt
boot madepositive/a moth proof- i
Watch for the trade-mark Ball
Band in red. All others
are imitations. Patented
and made by I
MISHAWAKA WOOLEN MFG. Co., Mishawaka, tad.
For sale by
Frans Franson.
MT^R^! FaTm^pi
Don't fail *-o "t"^-/
to call at the
2 Good barn an.1.
J.
year, or $35 cash paid this full and a pairs on short uoticeA$Hav a good
payment of $85 in one, year from toek of material to ivojk from.' and
now buys a fine new parlor organ.
For catalogues address
KOPSBBOB.,
215 Wabash Ave.,
Chicago,
"W^^WWW"
^-"K^ l!
*VL.
ROUND ELEVATOR
before 3*ou sell your"
WUISAT, OAT S, nud BILBY.^
v)^tf 'iTd^TIIWOJftTH,''
|t)o memiaaawft^eo8a.
'SOANDIA *-1
^^HOUSEJ
^illl!l!ill.|.ll!ilWGrren, Minn.il lillllli!!
jillliilOlo Rodsstii, Proprltor.|||||||i|
Meals served at aim
\hours of tlic day at&
vf'easoliable prices. a
aecojiimo1a-(t
Stious for horses at cheap rales.
and all kin'ds of
*^HORSE
FURNISHINGS.
Hand made Harness aud Repair
work a specialty.
Call ou me tt Bennowitz's old
stand.
-LEWIS WESTMAN,
Proprietor of the
SCANDINAVIA N DRU STOKE
Opposite Tjamber YardWest Siite.X
Keeps a full line of Drugs, Pa tent
Medicines, Paints, Oils. Varnishes,
Gypsine, Perfumery, Soaps and Toi
let Articles. Physicians' prescrip
tions carefully compounded at all
hours. A. P*. Znerold has charge of
'the business for me and will bo glad
to meet all his old customers and
many new ones.
R. C. Snyder's Wagon Shop, now
open and ready to do ail kinds of re-
will do.work at bottom prices.
have some Cottag Organ
chmip. Call and see them.
have some Cottage Organs for sale\j
R. C. Snyder!
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Warren, Marshall Counfai Min^
^1894^
i Dresi Goods^-*^
In nil the ftnhioiinhle SUJ.^W, fabrics and designs. The
display Plinws an ohgnn tissortmiMit of now fabrics.
riromings and Notions
This di'pnrlniiHit is complcto. wilh now styles nud trim
gj%imnjfR to male!, our woodH, nd the luti-nt noveHhain
iiotioh^i
fsrZgg^S^'
fYou will find mncli t. in(enst you in gpecial lines. The'"
nrtn-leH are too numerous to mention separati+frjHit
"r
we assure you of complete stock in evervJVlemrtii^ni^S
Clothing .ea*^^/\
,f
ornllagi-s,nll sizes, in qu.iliiies in anv style and at
prices Hint will compare with any of similar material
and finish. r.'-.^tftf**
-if-.
Everything in this lino always and at all times in stock
aud for sale at the closest living pi ices.
Boots ar Shoes^sL^
^5
irfr
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A complete stock, including .ill sizes,' widf hs and styles. $
Well worth examining nud comparing prices, .m*r 0
S2 K^ GROCERY DEPT.
$ ^=^.0. A WHITNEY.
Loaftridgo's Column.'
Have just re
turned Ii with
two ekrlEIds
oi mares
and eblts that"
will bespldtsl
cheap for cash
or on time or
wiH? trade for
lift
,$* ?$#&&/
*fr
cattle or landl
L, LoUGHRIDGEr
J. BEGKMANfr-
PAINTSER
PAPE HANGIN and -*1
f*!^ BKATSSS S *5 DISPATCH
"S*.
I lisiv- now rcinrr.rd |i t! city
:unl be jwcideil i recc-vo
or
wo kjl^jj^gjl
H*
SATiSFACTSO: G'JAf ANTECDf
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Winclsop Hotel
,i\V
^flf:
areata in in the Windsor.
'^T^Trrl-y 3TIttecl .no.
mm rE1virxiisl3.d..
We want the commercial trade and
wili do our utmost to merit it. Our
accommodations will be as good as
any in Northern Minnesota, none ex
cepted. Come aud see nsr
Just opened wilh a. large
stock' 6* new Furniture in
latest, styles and designs.
JCottinrt and mitlertatfujr coods.-K/
Parlor SultH. Ch.'imbpr Sts. KIHIS^
liockers. Busy Chsiira. Uii.inprCLnlrn,
JjO'niigfs. TaiJs Conches. Writing
Desks, etc. vie. A mngnlnccnt display
x' Oar prices live right.
Call ami Examine our
STOCK.
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A^UTHOIUKKl) C\PITA I. *l00.000.
COLLE 7
L!STPgICESpaidfo,
4^*
a* ALL SIS
awtwwmmtii ft E"s
A. RMcIntfre,
Proprietor
I I. Golden & Co.-\
IFUBNiTU.lE STORE.
I have opened up n, ^f^
Jtluckriinith Shop on the"\v%'t^
ide^ railroad haek oppo.*i}e the
miUj^A'ddone kiadiii.%* utwork in iron
*J
n,:,,M'"-
Y*Jtnvtoryoe
'ier IUvVnriii5: of p!o\vs,$g|'
binders iind wagons u &%iM
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IM-^-isi
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tAN IN THE
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K. -T.t.VR.Ai.arcTn. VicL'-Pi-eside.'i},
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ivcoitro'iATnu uxnri:
'4 Transacts a Genera! Bandog Business. J^
^DEPOSITS received subject to check. Dem.ind and I merest hear in* Cer-
{MONEY loaned on chattel security an 1 gD0 i
(MONEY loaned on Improved Ftirmso
FOREIGN
a 'x
I am- closing cnt tlie stock of
JWateIies ,v
Clocks,
Jewelry and
Silverware
of the 1 I
at a
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tf-tf
iu
I&CSUTi/lil^ Ewn'tten on farm and village prop.vlrin the best companies
Fe/MMS and Wild Lands for sale cheap ou long tUne and easy terms.
LiAl^QD bought and sold on coiumisfhn.
Comity. To-
3?
5fiPO"WTELlj d^
?,&
''rite fot circular
ittr. S. P. PERSON, a Mrs! class jeweler, is in
charge. He "will also repair
clocks and~ all other repair' "w^
and GUARANTEE SATIsFAOTI0N*
F~
?M. L. LF^ nwiff'in i i
i'"^ CABLED FIELD and HOG FENCING, 24.inehfec,'fo'5S inclaos high the beet
fijl-purpose fence made. Also STEEL WEB PICKET FENCB foryardsi a nd .lawns,
ftnd STEEL WIRE FENCE BOARD and ORNAMENTAL STRIP-for horefes and eattle.
The most complete line -of wire fenci nTg of an factory in the country..
fop circularss.
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A^ i'K. M111.(1^1A D, Asst .Cashier.
il bj!igbL*J$'iJ$$f.
^w^/ o Improved Farms o'i i /,i wyears ii-neaifou ratesff
EX HtrfNGE and Pas/age Tickets by all iiws. ''V*^xP
CA5 recche prompt and personal a}!cviicu^'*^'~ '"&.*
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For sale byS-POWELL & LABSOM^
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A General Banking,Businsss Transusled:'1*
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J'AJi) '.\!"JTAl $23,000.
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Insuraacc, Raal Estate, Loans and CoJIeclionS. ^^c
Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickels Sold.
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Depositors Secured by a Fire-Prool Yanlt,Burglar-ProofSafe Id TtfeTIlf Ud.
ummi^mimimim IE^KS
w^
S.<p>KfJSTaraSsetli
Boots iP Shoes, Mne Ladies'Shoes,p%
Gloves Hosiery if/, |^J Dress Goods, |f^|
jjg Dr^ Goods. I i^Ladies' Furnishingi.
PBIGESSLOW---)
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p. LAMBEBSQN, CiBHiB.
ARREJN
BANKEBS.
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Taxes Paid for Scn-Residenls. -.--_-
f% Interest Paid on Time DtposJ's-
Sf*M^
Crockery, --,i^m5^% s^|c,
Oils, etc., etc. '*^^&S
The Great Household Remedy for h'i
^H .g ternal and External Use. fS^^^g
This invaluable remedy has been used by Mt'lions during the
fast Forty Years. There are many Base and Dangerous
Imitations in the market. See that the above registered trade
mark is blown in every bottle, with the name and address of the
SOLE PROPRIETOR AND MANUFACTURER,^^
Mi J. R. WATK!NSV Winona/f
mmmmm?tm?f??m???mmmmmmmfrtMrsi*
Wealth run along togethorRain, always
uncertain,is discounted by large IJRRIGATfNG
CANALS and water never fails and is used
whenever wanted.
WITHOUT A LIVER
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5 3s
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The interest in this new farming region is
widespread.-14-Sage
%n(l to CHA.S. S. FEE, General Passenger and flcfiet
Agewt, Norilicrii Pacifip Hailroad Co., for our irri-
gation pamplilot THE YAKIMA VALLEY.
brush gives way to Or-
chards, Hop Fields and VineyardsJack
lbibbits make way i'or ChickensHealth and
HOW'S YOUR LIVER?
AREYOUR KIDNEYS ALLRIQHT?
DOES YOUR BACK ACHE? DOES YOUR SLEEP REST YOU?
ARE YOU WEAK AND JHJN? ARE YOU DULL AND BILIOUS,?
jtiARVBLOUS SUCCESS SL& attended the us of
m- LIVER
Dr. J. H.McLE BALM.
^iiwhonsert say it is The Peerless Reniedyiorcarihg^imeK^
.^s, ^MTHE LIER, KIDNEYS AMD BLADDER, FEMALE TROUBLES
RHEUMATISM AND BRIGHTS DISEASE.
rPRICE, $1.00 A BOTTLE.
TheDr. J.H. McLean Medicine Go., St. Mkife.
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