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   Milford Mail, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1889, Milford, Iowa                                Jho Uurollcd ttotx Boll Than f rtm her rotloule Sho took tho roll Of sonted paper nntl wo there behold 1ho story wits about A pleasant stroll she story often lu lines of lioiXKthe words nro Krtind While In the fourth tho dovll shows his baud All ffiplBode lu n Summer Tonrlaio Ufet Ono mornlnir In summer all nntiirc nt roat TUo bright orU or diiy had ifono down AlKI UlU mil1 IwAllU Hut HO llnJ lUltlll HIU Would rival n young Koslliws down it uloth or ti licro tho icso rer v a Official County Paper OCEAN GURKXNTS EVER EDS 1JVDMM W SO ON STILL ON TBRpEASBLESSCHANCIRS GO Terms 150 per Year roii car oa Vol 7 Milford Dickinson County Iowa Fhiirsday Feb 21 1889 Number 8 iyt vMt rc tis w What io ace By the What BUSINESS BSOMLETS Finest made Saner Kraut 20 cts per gal BLACKKKT PiLLStttiisY Water white U at 15 cts per gal OCAVIU sell as cheap as any one will sell you BLACKEUT PILLSUUKT FEE IK Good feed and free from all seeds Stf Thattv for sale its i BKOB Any re FARM FOK 200 acres 85 Isaroaacres under cultivation balance in u To t To Hu Mere pasture Good buildings wells 3i miles from Milford and near a school Inquire at this office or ud dress F TV KNIGHT Stf you want good Boots I Young or Shoes go to CAUL TOKSTESSOXS TAKE NOTICK On and after March 1st wo wii Itwi f Goo oing no delivering of coal for it and we shall s and full weights ud your team bu good coal i respectfully oso Norwegian a discount at Gre lolling at trucle Tr bor Tb Jroro not 1VOS vaU moc icx ing eithe Hcure Slf Xow is the time to ecure your Binder Twine before prices advanc5 Tor stale by 8tf BUNKER PAUiusn SEED OATSA few hundred bush eK choice for sale by L A WEST 6lj Milford Iowa Hiram C Wheeler Odobolt Io has 85 Imported Fercheron stallions and 3 mares 3ow prices Write for piirtici OUR HOME NEWS AND INTERESTS Oranges at Flannel t CAUL Chow Chow Catsup 1epper Sauce Jallics Etc at riiippins VALESTIXES Phlppm8 In tine variety at asr BKST expect a nieo Vrlenttne go to II t Jt ii r hippins and get your choice from hi i ehoice lot se w pay the highnst market price for unsalled butter 16c per present BLACKEKT am in your grists We are prepared woto erind feed on short no ice no Gold anslver Watclwsjvl Greens cts ft can at Best Water White Oil 15 ots per gallon at SEED On and deliver not HALL BROS Common Sense School Director can bo supplied Cheap at M fore can In bulk at Fine assortment TOYS at the in 7ino Variety at tbo Dnig Store Carl ToHjtwiBon is handling th brated Kellogg Johnson Oo nod Shoes Stf at this office Smith kowps the best line of sSK and childrens shoes Northwest and at prices way all potnpetition at 84tt Walthwn On easy terms trip fine 8treot owned by Mrs n s received a new Jail Trimmer and plenty of latest Go and see Wall Pajjer for spring trade at All shades of ready Mixed Paints a decoration and Paper Hue at Greens Greenls r5y it Watches at Carpet felt a superior laying carpets for sale by BASMTTBSIHT Good WatoTlor Clock 24tf your Wall Paper andhare 4b 1 Bilverine 24tf Tho Ecliptic cljcar solil by Croon Is tit for n klnjr or u queen You surely will buy It If over you try It And Btuoko it euoli worulng and o on C G TmUham WHS in town Saturday JohnK Kobertson went to Worth ington ou business Monday Miss May llyan favored this office with a pleasant call yesterday Rev N H Daily elucidated divine truths in Ellis hall last Sabbath Ilev N L Burton will preach in Ellis hall next Sunday at 11 a m E Biddick went to Fulda Minnesota last week oa business returning Satur day Have you had any of that delicious maple syrup at Pillaburys If not try Mr and Jerome Whiey wore trains to and from The event of tho season will be our Cornet Bands select dance at the Chase house tomorrow night F II Nicol is down with the measles and his wife with rheumatism They find it a hard road to travel See Carl Torstensons is advertising winter goods at cost to make room for the spring display It is probable that comrade Paul will iave to have his leg amputated to save Vis bone is wasting away among their many im provements this winter have had a wire ratlins put up on their office counter Carl Torslenson is receiving piles of new goods Ilo will soon have to en largo his store to keep puce with his increasing business Ii Root was in from Westport bright and early yesterday morning lie is one of our citizens who bolioves in tak ing time by tho forelock Tho District Court is in cession this week at Spirit LaKo and of course a number of our citizens from this part of ths county aro in attendance Frank Kniglit is happy again in hav a span of colts to break These are a span of wclliaatclieil irongrays and they bid fair to make good roadsters out for a select dance and aupprr to be given under the auspices of tho Milford Cornet Baud at tho Chase house Friday evening Feb 22nd For a littlb while Saturday forenoon we thought a blizzard was upon us sure but soon the snow ceased falling the mm came out and all waa well as before Wo call tho readers attention to tho now hardware ad of 11 II Pavrish ou this page Tho Blue Front ou Broad way is bound to keep to tho front in business lieo OTarrell and Elmer Harrison are getting tobe expert tinners They occupy their spare time in manufact uring goods for the spring rtc Tho May brothers Will and Harry returned on Tuesday mornings train from Sterling 111 where they had been summoned to attend tho funeral of their father Wesley Pirnsh left on last evenings train for Des Moines to visit friends and accompany his sister Miss Elfte home whose school will bo closed about a week Barney Morgan who is spending the winter at Lo Vreelands hadtho mis fortune to loose a valublo mure ir Milford when down to mill Iho latter iart of the week The Trustees of the Milford Ladles LaiT Association are hereby re quested to meet at tho residence of the secretary Mrs Ira S Foster Saturday afternoon at C Olcson lias a brother who thinks of establishing a photographic gallery n Milford These gentlenan were ooking the town oyer Monday for a suitable building rolls of flannel on the shelves M blankets and comforters on the counters nt Blackcrt Pills burys look very templing to their customers on a cold day M O Fairchild camo up from Spen cer the fore part of tho week hoping ing thata few days layoff at home might improve his health which he finds somewhat impared Matt Weiser has proved a faithful and efficient nurse in the sis weeks he has been a nightly attendant upon Comrade Louis Paul Tho patient gains slowly but still not able to sit up W B Nicol of Mitchell county arrived in Milford Tuesday and will return Saturday His numerous rela tives here will accord him a hearty welcome who have the good fortune to seo him on his short stay Mrs Eva Lewis left on Monday evenings train far iroton Sioux county expecting her business there would keep her absent several weeks The lady will be missed not only in tho social circle but at the literary society Newell Helms was iuMilford day Select dance and oyster supper at the Chaso house tomorrow night Music by the IlemphiH quadrille band Tho jfiioats aro invited tho old mid tho young The music 18 ready the flddlon uro strung Tho biuid lu gny uuUorm too will enhance Tho plunsurobygiYlmruEbotnt thoir dnuco The reader will find elsewhere in this paper under the head of Notice of Election to tho citizens of the Independent district of Milford that the electors will be called upon to de cide by their ballots the question of bonding the district for to build a school house This may seem a large sum to the taxpayers of the district and it is but it is certain that we cannot long defer this project as the buildings now occupied are too small for present purposes while the population is constantly increasing The owners of the town site will give block if we build a school house this vear The bonds can be issued ro Icomablo In ten years or less at a rate of interest not exceeding six per cent ind likely at flve per cent Tho house will be for the benefit of the new com ers as well as present residents and by this arrangement they will bear their share of tho expense A good school house in a town is one of the best inducements for settlers and TVO iopo that our citizens will say uBy moanslot one when they to the polls on Monday March stock of ready MJxed Paints SOOIKTY Kot withstanding the coldness of the weatherand the number kept at1 home on account of sickness there was Seth Brown HONOR 1 TUosff paying on subscription onir Jiasi cOiiion Paid to We had tho pleasure of an i yesterday with Mr E C Smith at tlJT Select depot whilo he was waiting to take TII a fair attendance Tuesday night yet it was a noticeable fact that a large majority of those on the program failed to respond when called to the front owing to their not being present Of course no one is obliged to attend the meetings of the society but when one allows his or her name to tho program it would be but fair to send in a reasonable excuse to tlie society for such non attendance Mrs Foster makes an excellent presiding oGicer The order during the evening was good and tho business despatched in regular parliamentary order By the decision of the judges on the question for debate the society did wrong in abolishing tho society paper and on motion its resuscitation was carried by a ununumous vote PROGRAM fur Feb Music Ira S Fos ter E Hull Biographical M Smith Bunker Allie White Music Quartet1 H Bunker C E Blackcrt II L Lamson and E A Bunker Dialogue Maudio Kuight and Georgio Hall Lilft S H Brown G B Miller Jan I 1880 11800 1 1800 Smiths Locals GENUINE TUBULAR ONLY 50 CENTS THE UNDERSIGNED NCJW OF FERS MENS AND BOYS WINTER CAPS AT ABOUT ONE HALF FOR MER PRICES AND WILL ALSO SELL GOOD FELT BOOTS AT 60 CTS PER PAIR AND UPWARDS DONT FAIL TO CALL AND GET HIS MEN WOMEN AND CHILDRENS ARCTICS GLOVES MITTENS AND OTHER WINTER GOODS HE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY MENS WOOLEN UNDERWEAR FOR SALE AT GREAT REDUCED PRICES BEST WATERWHITE KERO SENE ONLY 15 CENTS PER GAI GOOD FINE CUT TOBACCO ONLY 40 CENTS PER POUND AND SHORTS 25 CTS YOURS RESPECTFULLY J C SMITH WiH 441 BitUUtif ft Milford Iowa e PAID TIP CAPITAL C15000 depot tho train for Spirit Luke Our reporter failed to catch on to the fact that he had been back from tho far west since the first of the year He expects to return to his duties on the railroad on tho return of spring unless ho finds some opening hero that will be equally retimcrativo and will probably take his family with Uiin Wv hope he will be successful in establishing himself here as wo dont like to spare such good citizens J S Wilmot is hauling lumber to put in another fluor and bins for grain in Ins largo barn He finds that the hay room is in excess of his require ments hence the change F TV Knight was in Minnesota last week buying up a heard of cattle for himself He says it is a fine country about Good Thunder whero he went CntnrrJj Cured KKCtrlcUy Catarrh can be easily quickly pleas antly and lastingly cured by the Electric Jar It clears tho head sweet JB breath and euros Catarrb in till its stages Tho Jar will cure the worst nervous Headache in from one to three minutes No waiting for re sults this novel and true curative shows its wonderful power instantly and gives universal satisfaction as cures by Natures Kemedy arc perma nent Catarrh a common and dangerous malady when chronic is liable to con sume the frontal bones of the skull destroy the cartilages of the nose und undermine and blight every function and faculty of its victim The breath is offensive the memory the reasoning powers sight hearing and the senses of taste and smell are impared tho digestive and assimilative functions be come disordered ensues The 51 eradicate Catarrh and prevent those evils A fortune for agents For catalogue of all kinds of Electric Goods address FIKTCIIEU FLETCHER Cleveland Ohio Impromptu SpeechH B Nicol Music Instrumental Wise and Orvillo Kossoy J the Farmers Alliance is a benefit to the public C Davison F W Knight B Nicol E Music DuetMrs F F jlcr Miss Lila Hill v and and consumption Electric Jar will ILRIED See Bills for Soucey Son1s sale of live stock machinery etc next Thurs day five miles south of Milford Bnstoru Dlcklunon Best sleighing ever had this winter Kuuclt Fingersona family aro haying quite a siege with sickness their chil dren being sick with tho Inng fever Fred is still quite sick but the other two aro a litllo better Miss Lillio UOWP has been quite sick but is now able to be out again Et Morses little boy is quite sick with lung ieyer Elder Ballz is holding revival meet ings at tho Clump school house this week Wo understand there la an Advent preacher coming here to hold meetings Verily we would say Lhe evil oue will have to depart from this portion of tho laud where so many revivals arc being held MULTUMINPABVO EXCURSIONS WINTISU Excursion to St Paul and Mineapolis iiiid return will be sold on January 22d 24th 20th and 28th andfaro one way for tho round trip Good to return until Feb 3d T C BARKINGKK Agent PttBSIDBNTIAIi INAUGURATION Round trip tickets will bo sold for tho ibovo at one limited firstclass faro for the round trip Tickets will be sold Feb 27th to march 2d inclusive good to return un til March XUh From Milford and re turn Will bo 3086 T C BAKKINSTCR t Agent INAUGURATION B VTES For the Presideutial Imiuguratlon ab Washington C March 18S9 the Burlington Cedar and Northern Bnllwny will sell through tickets to Washington and return at a nito of ONE PAllE for the round trip Tickets on sale February 27th until March 2d good to return until March 10th 1S89 For details of special ar rangements rates and all other infor mation apply to any acent ofthe com iinmimnv J H IIHNNECIAN pouipauj CT 1 iK L V Cedar Rapids luwa Rev N L Burton will preach in Ellis hall Sunday Teb 231889 at n oclock a m Jjirties who are indebted to mo for work will please boar in mind that 1 didnt raise even a poor crop lust sum I need what is due me very much mer and trust you will divide L G with me TO MAKE ROOM FOR ALL NEW GOODS RECEIVED AND ALL NEW GOODS COMING I WILL SELL AT COST THE FOL LOWING FUR CAPS CLOT n CAPS GLOVES MITTENS FELTS ARC TICS FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHIL DREN FELT SHOES SLIPPERS MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID FORUNSALTED BUTTER AND EGGS ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL CARL Genera Itunklnu Foreign and Occnn TlckoU Sold Real lislntc Insurance OFFJCBU3 OOTTVT5ftnos C 1KUUIN A n IN MAN It U YOUNH 11 Ii I MlTlrc Clork iilMOlilT Slrirtir JOSBlH MONEY ON HAND TO MAKE A FEW CHOICE FARMLOANS o BL OOODUiOif President 0 C UEAOKISUT Vlco Prftflt WAI M SMITH Caolilor d h cr n cn 2 ifaj p pr o C KX St P 1C Okobojl Dr OOWO HOUTH EJ niLL Proprietor Having opened a Hotel in Milford I am prepared to furnish ACCOMMODATIONS At easonable rates and will spare no pains to make my guests comfortable DONT FORGET THE PLACE HOUSE ON MAIN ST M IOWA MlLTORD CIVIC SOCIETIES I 0 0 F MONITOR LOBGE MOE 4ny ovpitlnir VlelUuir brelliern ara cordlnlly luvlleil loniicnd K HNlOOL M Q IS G Hull Secy A P A M GLOAMING LODGE Stated Cora innnluiitlong ovcnlnp on or ntlmfull moon A Csso W M U NICOL Sucr A B 0 A R meets every Sntur 4ny on ir lull mown lira p in lu Smua Army Hull Wu 11 Vi ol Adj s oFv wtiMs on Snturlny fttSpw MciiilieiB ol G A R Will G It ROCKUS Capt M L A Ai Association MXH C A Wiisx Librarian B S Union Sunday ficbool m Sab bath EICHAEESOS ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ilcal Kfltnto mid Collection Aircntf llnxo at nil Cou to all Valtti lUo Ootiulry 0 HUGHES ATTOEKET taA OOTHrBELOEATLAW Spoolal nttcntlon given to Coinnurclrtl uml Heal Kstixto Llllirition Olllco niM cJoor lo riiuoH Onloc in MlllwB Cloclt j r E GREKN M 0 PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office for the prcsentnfc Drug All calls day and night po answered ENTISTBY Milford Drayldna All Cails Promptly Attendod to for the Practice of Dentistry A l PUCK Dtinui GrEO W Leaven Spirit LaUo LafcoBiOkoboJi A molds Inilt Mllford AN 600 from Bplri Liiks 40 50 81 811 Dlftrlot or Mllford county of DlckUwon and rtnto of Iowa will bo hold nt tho uohool lioaso on tho IHli eocoiKl Monday In Mureh fortlioolootlon or ono Dliootor n to vote GOING NOIWU SoTsi AM ieavco Speneor JOsW Mllforil Arnolds Pmlt IVoin Spo noor irv8 174 214 willhoopcnfromliit mtl Btatemcntof Hcolpls and dlBbirSnen t of dB for tho ytiivoiidlnir Sept 118H QOlSa EABT NO 3 No 4 clulimcmbern solhi vtijrfiB In cuch I vLfi J from Continent fund rood from aoorocB Orders UBiiod cm lUo School houso fund rood on tlm sumo lEBthnntoH for tho next year leuehorir fund Contingent fund B5 ot m 10 15 MO 00 No 1 WBST 055 1 H AN THMVP JM M rullB on coiitB oxtra will be okaigod ou all fftfca collouled on tho nAaWSQBn ABont m 1 ii of in llio Plymouth Conwrctrntion il UCBMoaicii loira iMoiulrtv I 4 by Jtov A L Irlablo Mlw Jullii K J Hoy of OiTnrml Grovo to Mr Elmer C Htirriaon oCMlirord The bridegroom is one of our most resptctcd and enterprising young men He has by his own efforts acquired a good business education beiupc a grad uate of the Iowa Business College of Des Moines and is thus prepared to nil any station to which he may be called lie has also ft good start in life being tho possessor of a two hundred acre farm in Clay county which is in a high state of cultivation We are a little apprehensivethat we may loose him as acitizen of Milford in spite of all the charms of society in forgetting tho masonic lodge of which he is an enthsiastic he briiigs home his young bride and she takes in tho beau ties of his rural homo as she was raised to love the life of u farmer The writer is not personally acquainted withthe bride but he ventures the assertion that she is iu every way worthy of her chosen a cheerful disposition a healthyconstitution and awellbalanced mind which makes her a thorough republican what more could one desire The MAIL extends He brought his wife over to Olius to visit and minister to the sick and afflicted He says Mra Pi Us urys health is uo better and the chil dren are all suffering from a relapse of ths measles Our esteemed friend Mr J Lancaster fuvored us with a call Thursday afternoon before boarding OKOBOJI RIPPLES The Cother family are out of danger the hand of affliction has borne heavily on them Mosss Thompsons family had a hard siege of measles tho oldest girl has been near deaths door Mrs N II Becker returned laat weelc from the southwest where she has been to visit a sick sister with but little hopes of her recovering W 13 Brown was kicked by a horse Hud was confined to tho house but is on duty again II H Campbell was kicked by a horse ind HOW he walks hay foot straw foot W BBrown is building n barn 28x48 with 20 foot posts horse hay and grain barn The attendants nt the meetings in the Brown district have resumed their labors j Mills children are on duty again Tho failing health of Mrs S O MWs bury is regretted by many other Mends and her recovery prayed for The union meeting at Spirit Lake is cretUig a lirely interest Mid newborn souls aro seaking thoir Savior and old soldiers are ccming back into the ranks We have tho pleasure of meeting our old comrade W Baptist preachernt Spirit Lake when fortune favors au attendance at church We D Churchill as our By order of tho bonid CnABB Sec NOTICE WCB Uus MolNBJieT1o Notion Is heroby given that the fo illnff nmtfl not tier hnn nntlufl of I n o thiFollowmir to prnw B upon und oultlvutloti hi oonUniiouB upon of siilil lanrt rir John Johnnon Drtvld L Younff of Okobojl Tows wlio ilnlroi to protont nv e the lclmt nml to nirr crlrtonc I re butt nl Jt tllllt uubmlltoa by clnlmint B thm Vml Xce IS the lZmt to nirr crlrton ivtlU VoBllVnilid Trains StluuUud lown n Iuss mid Int MABJ5OH COHTRHCTORS fi BDIL9EBS Will rnrhisb on sbwri Flans Specif nd Material And Work by tho Day whon partloa dealre it Shop o mahlUn la by neighbor UNO Tfhy BBASON8 WHIT dld raen vote for Ilarrison Cleveland risk and Eelva Lockwood il i its warmest congratulations to Ujf They have been cured by using Moor s happy pT hoping that their sun of i Tree of Ufe positively cases of Liver and Kidney trouWw indiRestion Pyspepsia Sour Stomach or Constipation and all Blood Diseases Mr Wl n Morgan merchant Lako For gale toy prj jj Green Get cue happiness will never set Wsrtri Knowing Broadwayt Iowa nanMi j will free loom uttflon In fitch lfiealtjfihc very HI ntrhtcmtvlilnt miOa In with ill llua Mr coolly BiplM InMturnwf whtl wf lo ttiwt wnft iiy M year rmiMl mucMnn ll TiMieim MMnr LAKB a e B K TIME TADLV QOIKP Man ht cowro SOUTB B 722 J1 P 405 I Aacut mw Mlmmohlut In oLo Mil In llnwprlu mill n ofclhnrln and running into Consumption In its ilrsfc stages He tried many nocalled popular cough remediesand steadily By a special arrangement we are grew worse Was reduced in flesh had now prepared to offer the Orange Jadd difficultyin breathing and was unablo F Qne of the beat agricultural II f tf ITHTO i r consumption and Papers in the United the found immediate relief arid after using at tlie extremely low price of K about fthalf dozen bottles found a year in advance Sample copiesof the Boston tho sea breezes thnt fan the old State and enjoy the society in the hnB of himself well and has bad no return of fcbe wjn bo aentlo our readers thediseaseNo remedy cau office of publication iid Bay Gunrauteed to do 4 of nAna 7 V v i Qrwn8 J ivt thin paper Address L MiYv Nurseiymen1 HAYWASD ATTORNEY uud VOO TC That a BOW Grocery on Broadway Tlmt this Is tho plnca to get Good Goods at bottom prices BvorytblMff from headquartcrfl Cull and examine our stock Tell your friends to call when Uiej come to town Wo are bound to build up a ftood trlde ill UratolusB gooas and fair cloal w Ihc Club for wntch bohrc eatl member only pays II i WMk This Is why we Rlvo you niorc for your ironcy than one clcs I nnd why wo aro claiiiff the lnrccsi K wiilch buslncoslu Hie world oslllt only firot quality goodo but oufpiji prices ure nbout whnt others get fcr BCCiW nudquiilltyOurfllO tUU5liinilvli3itvy American Lover liunUiiB cn5C or open Our O3500 WtUolnfonSlcmwlnJ Opcnraee Hft t iiualUy f KTciicd Gold AmcricirlUvtrWatcli i WMcl sold for foS IV otieis u fiwclasi Stiffened Cold Cnsc rriich moresailsfucioryiuid servlcentlc tlian nny Solid Gold Caoc liintcnn bcsoldni Icsi llwn double iho money as chcnp tolld cases nre Invariably thin wesli ol qiiilliy inul worllilcsa nftcr diortiisc Our iiiiiicraii5 Impottmit pniciiicd 1m rifovementnof vitiil to ticcurl un iliniiigJ talent item which we couuolcxclnslvely It nfully oppcnranccdum illily mid service to anv S7S Wnlch elllicr Open Oup84300BnlI a Wulolib especially constniclcil for ic uoe ami fa Rail oad Walch iiMdo Open Tico or lliimlmj o a All llicis prices iiro either nil cnoli or lucluba Watch Insulator rftot nrtucailnn ninlml tfani by mall ut gy T GOODS Coffins Constantly on Hand Repairing Neatly A BERGMAN Double Room Tiencon Mock Spirit Lake Iowa stock of GKNETlAL in niie room iuui BOOTS inul SHOES in the oilni CEMTS ONLY r in ponlao aliinp3 PlatodSlem Winder 1f Walch just pahiiol JACKON Strict V City Adilress POY 1Ju Jiiist 10V Mtniion ll U Iho ulilcsi imU uiist Iopnliir nclpnlllUnrtl IIP miUiii liiiliuJpnbllnhril rnilVii i f i uy r f Its In llin woricl lully HlBKiTiilid or Wood Knwriiv i r wiokl for T WCORY ATTOnNKY AT I also do a Abstract and Spirit Lake BROS IOWA Eclitiorj of Scientific AmotiCen A prwil itnccOKH Inntio rniilrlnB colorm luuimplilu liliitcaif uunnlry und city irnldoii on r iiulillc nnrt fiiH mid ilisllSpilonii inr IjiMifo 1 r iiitimiphilAlmlclMV IrlnpfWi yot1 opy MUNM Js CO j etH II copy mill myu iiiiiilo ovjr liinUOO nplillcrtliina for Amorlwn nntl Inr uliiipnienrs Pwil torrcB Mrkly cualWeiitlol TRADE MARKS fmincilliUu iinitoollnn for Imoltn churls maps otu qulultly proourcil inItlNN it CO Xitcnt Kolloltorx QBSBMJOlWCl SCI DliOAWVAV N JRACTICM IW ALL COUltTP TION8 A BlKClAJjITYi cities In youriwu SinieCouiuy nty of Town wrllo to i Opposite Office Ttashmalon D Q If you topurclioson flow Inflj jJJ nit our nitont your plnoo lor term you wnnotflnflpurnireot rloos freotf o nHa niroiitBtyourpmoo If yon cannot flnfl our nirent wrtto to you ntttnwl full lino always in stock iT Doublo Store Corner of HiU auu gtroetBSpirlt Lako Iowa THE CREAM of a BOOKS ufAovEKJoa Condensed Into One Volume PIONEER AKD HEROES Tho lulvftiUurcH ol nli ilu1 plorora frontier witli from iho wvlijt HIUCH ID dlsli lllrtily HauitonvviVBOn Ouslur JiUliQcnera13 MiM und Orooii mid fiscimt ol odiuiv rs   

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