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   Milford Mail, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1889, Milford, Iowa                                The people fill round Imvo boon miniin for niin U clouas or thio son Voso irl h Xv ea bettor looU to It And not over do it tor lurk olomls ocrejreartinjr tho sky Mny jrlvo us a dohiKo mul make us U o so earnestly pruyoj ror a spoil of fho wet V Tin coiiunon for mortals to wish for WliiiloeiOiii1 coinlliluri uniy ijo 1 IlktfHlllffS Wilt will HOI ho uontonl Tlioupii lliuy wlili our jtriiyiii shoiiM Hut wt1 iiiny in mnuliltn or wot Tu imilmj the Jrent Olver Ioi Official County Paper AS OCEAN OUKIHSKTS EVER 75B73 AND SO ON STILL OX Tllti UKiSVLKSS CUANQES C70n Vol 7 Milford Dickinson County Iowa Thursday May 91889 Terms 150 per Year fiumber 19 BUSISESS BOQMLETS Go to Freemans and get your Dry Goods at lushest Market Price paid for Butter and Eggs IGtf The best 50 cent Tea at 37tf BLACKJiRT PlLLSBUKV Go to Freemans and see his stock of Celebrated Minn Shoe Co Every pair G uaraneeoil ntf Saucr Kraut 10 cts per gal to closo BLACKKUT PILLSUUKYS 17tf BUSINESS BOOKLETS to G A OFarruUsfofrGalvanized Barb Wir per cwt Painted Wir 365 ISt A fine lino of Loots and shoes a Freemans FOR To closo out the estate Madson Eros the undersigned will sell their house and lot in the north town also their team of horses together or separately to suit purchaser LOUIS J Pickles at only 10 cts per dozen 17tf Best assortment of wall paper ever in Milford just unpacked at the Drug Store Go ancrsee it Buy your Baking Powder of us and get a handsome water pitcher or a set of tumblers We guarantee the Pow der ULACKERT PILLSUUKY Ono pound of very choice 50 ct tfapan Tea Warranted and a X ice Tea pot all for 50 cts at J C Smiths lotf Fresh Lard only 10 ctnts per pount A GOOD WORK HOUSE to ex change for a lumber wagon or i two seated buggy Inquire of L A WOSST Milford Iowa ISu FOR bsuhels of clean Flax Seed and some Timothy Seed fo cash or good paper by P llagcrty 10 miles southwest of Milford II As an operative mason I am pre pared to do all work in my line Satis faction guaranteed J W SitEiiaiAN 17mG Milford la Our stock of Wall Paper is now in and complete We have no remnants AH our goods are perfectly now and very latestdesigns J E GKHEN istt In order to close out my stock I will sell dry goods at cost 13tf EDGAR FKEEMAN at Freemans IGtf A nice Furnishni line of Hats and Gents I Goods cheap at Freemans IGtf Smoked Halibut at 17tf BIAUKJCKT FORSALK On easy terms a few good horses and threeyearold colts a two seated buggy ono road curt and two acts of harness F W KM ic ITT Milford Iowa or Suic bare a few Choice Polled Angus Galloway and Short Horn Durham 33ulls which I will sell at reasonabln piiccs F W KXIGIIT 12U will sell you good potatoes at cts per bushel 17tf BLACKKHT FILLSUUKY 40 The best 50 cent Jap Tea only ut Frectnaits Young nifii if you want good Boots or Shoes go to CAUI TUKSTKXSONS 30 inch Wide all Wool Dress Flannels in handsome shades only S3 cts per yard at Albeos Co 111 Uullverotl The undersigned promptly de liver coal to any part of tho city at reasonable prices on all orders received by them or left with any of tho coal dealers 9tf PIUCK PRICE City Draymen New Ceilinrc decoration and evory ihltig in Wall Paper lino at Greens Red Cedar Carpet felt a superior irticlo in laying carpets for sale by 33tf RASMUSSEX Uuos Big Stock of Xotions and Musical Instruments to arrive next week and every week after at tho Post Ofhce 3Uf NOT ICE Send 50 cents for for 100 oiroiis containing stirring songs and select reading to uso at your Tem perance Meetings or Sunday School tVddress1 ECHOES Minneapolis Minn OUR HOME NEWS AND Tlio Service given in the M E Church last Sabbath evening was well attended and enjoyed by all A chorus of a dozen voices under direction of Prof Mcgquior led tlio singing and their efficiency proved to those present the capability oJt the director As tbo result of a meeting on Monday evening i vocal class of thirty members was organized the first lesson being given last night The term will consist ot 15 lessons each our people are to bo congratulated upon having secured so competent an instructor We hope to be able to report a much larger class in our next paper Your attention is called to an adver tisement in this paper of A T Evans Co Chicago 111 who arc offering a complete sot of family scales for OSets This extremely low price in made to get new customers for to every one to wbom a set of scales is sold they mail their catalogue giving fall description ind wholesale prices of watches jewel ry sowing machines books and a argo variety of useful 1vouschold irticles They give such unquestioned bank references as should insure every ono that the linn is entirely reliable The farmers are wakiug up on the question oC Governor Head what one f them has to say in this paper While the MAIL has not yet declared or any one of the various candidates nd takes no exceptions to the choice f others it would be glad to endorse a HONOR paying on subscription since our lust edition Paid tot John I Brown C R Stewart D J Hubbcll May 1 1890 A ng 1 1887 Nov 1 18S7 ICCASS EDITOK MAIL Thinking perhaps you would like to hear from this part ofthe county 1 thought I would write a few items for your valuable paper Small grain is doing well in this part of the county but rain would help it to look bettor as it is yory dry at this writing Farmers in this township are nearly through planting corn Sascum Bros have started their cattle are roving the prairies with very little to eat plenty of ex ercise instead Oh by the way Ommond Saxe was surprised the othor evening six un known masked men entered the prem ises and played horse or holf rather with tlio old fellow They dragged him amtind the yard stood him on discount at Cir Ladies Mixed Paints selling it iLCiiS Sltj this quuliiy Childrens IGtf We will stive you IP 3ss tfuuls and Summer 1711 Spring ricl snuiner Hats and Caps for Moil an KIMS i tins ll1 JusL Liivtd by CAKI ToiisricNwN loll Fresh LcuiJiis nu Oranges at IliiiSinns iMUd Href rl IGtf Freemans have a X l 83 nip at 15 cents A rusruKy A Xioo Line of Shirts Dreas Overalls J Shirts Ht huinel CAUL Chow Chow Jollies Etc at LMii will VT pay the highest market for Unsalled Halter ami JSffgs 17tf stock of ready Mixed Paints ever in Milford al Greens Gold and Silver Watches at Greens 30 cts a OYSTEKS Phippins can at oOtfi 21iir TTUIIBS Con rices 3d Voui 111 Coal pur ton DONT FORGET to examine those nobby hats at TOKSTENSON j lOtf BLACXBOVKO 1 School Directors can with a good article at bo supplied Buos Headquarters for Oysters at Phtp pin 8 ALBUMS APfET A Fine assortment at tho Store Ot Drt 41 TOSS I In Fine Variety at the Drug Store 49 tf Toisteuson is handling the cele orated Kellogg Johnson Cos Cus tom made Boots and Shoes Stt few sacks of oats or at this oflico o9tf 200 School Childret to wear Kellogsrs Common Sense School Shoe sold by lotf CAKL TOKSTENTOX A Good Supply of Legal Blanks at the Post Office 21 If you want a Good Watch or Clock go to Greens 2ttf Bny your Wall Paper and have it neatly triraraad at Greens Clocks at 24tf Silvcrlno Watclies at Greens Green bus just received a new Wall Pitper Trimmer and plonty of latest styles of Wall Paper Go and see Xew Wall Paper for spring trade at greens All shades of ready Mixed Paints at jrocns and TVaUhum Watches at 2Uf Elgin Greens FOB ensy terms the lino on Main street owned by JMrs Inqsiire of IJASWU9SES Have you liofnl of the Bargains jn Notions at Cases iXrnp in The small shower of Monday niyht cheered us up a liiile Call t Freemans and see his fine stuck of boots and shoes Mr and Mrs Birrinsari youngest sou is very sick with fever Little Lulu Patjn looks thin and pic since her recent illness Vrf are sorry to say that Mr Case it again laid up with soro eyps Jtiot call at Mrs Potters and see her new slock of milliner just received Mr Hrs E G Ulacicert spent iho Siibbath friends in Milford Sic program foi teuchorsassociation at Kstluirvilli next week on this pngc Miss Zetta Doolittlo was visiting friends of tins place tlie latter part of last week Hush McGuire returned from Omaha Saturday lie says business is dull there as well as elsewhere II II Siiipman left by train Monday evening for Sioux City where he goes to serve on the United Status grand jury Ed Freeman says ho finds trade much bettor than he expected and acids You can sot it down that I ara here to stay Curl Toistonson keeps a good stock of groceries boots shoes etc and finds it pays to let people know It through the MAIL J A Ellis is putting1 up an udditioi to his house for a kitchen and C A West is having an upright to his dwel ling erected that is 16x22x12 The dry weather high winds and shifting soil of late have given us ai idea what the disappointed landseek ers to Oklahoma say of that country Father Carroll held his regula monthly service in Milford last Friday lie was ti welcome caller at this office while waiting for the train to return to Spencer J C Miller of Aurora 111 is visit ing his son our esteemed friend Goo B Miller As the season advances he will laid Millers Bench one of the pleasantest places about tho lakes Chas It Stewart brought us in some very Hue potatoes on subscription this week and IX J Ilubbol some butter and eggs These timely lifts account for tho MAILS coming out on time this week Wo are requested to say that the party who was peeking in at windows last Thursday night will do well to desist as said party is known and the inmates of the bouses strongly object to this sneaking mode of trying to gain information An army of black beetles passed over this part of the country Sunday evening about 8 oclock and they were so numerous the buzzing of their wings was not unlike therumbliajr of a train of cars Their course was in a north westerly direction Marcus Snyder accompanied by his wife and daughter drove down trom the Liike Saturday and after calling on several friends in MAIL nan who would carry out tho princi iles so nobly maintained by Governor arrabeo If the state constitution vill allow a third term for her chief xcciitivo there never was a better time han the present for the people to show icir appreciation of true merit Dr J E Green of Milford has had 10 crushing misfortune to lose his after a long and painful illness Her remains were taken to tho old homo for interment on Wednesday To Elmoro it has been but a short time that ho has had to walk with his chosen life companion and he and his little daughter are lylt to aaourn the sunlight that has departed from thuir home forever They have tlie symathy of a large circle of friends Postville Keyiew We are indebted to Mr John Sebas tian genl Pas and Ticket agent Chicago Kansas Nebraska lly for a copy of the Oklahoma Heview a new paper abounding in graphic descrip tions maps and illustration of that newly opened country Copies of the paper may be had by addressing the agent named above at Topeka Kansas The following named gentleman of Spencer took advantage of tho high wind was a little ubaft the pay Milford a visit on their bicycles S 8 Snow II 11 Peuiber Bert Ferris David Painter Charles Mcrritt and II Kunath They made tho trip in a little over au hour returning by train A new bank has been established at Lake View Sac county called the Bank of Lake View with Asa Platt president E N Baily vice president j and J A Wall Cashier Thus we so his head and played ball with him anil to wind up applied coal tar nil oyer the person of tho aforesaid and rolled him up in a horse blanket to keop him from catching If nil reports are true about this man Saxft he got no more than what he deserved DONATION SJJPlESi Adonation supper will be served in Ellishall Tuesday evening May 1 Ith of same to apply on salary of Ilev A KingAil are cordially invited to help in this matter Supper to begin at lialf past six COM Who Will BSo Governor ED MAIL As I have often seen in your paper invitations for its patrons tosendin communications thought it would not be amiss to try my hand at the businpss Being a farmer there are some who may think I am gettin out of my element ur attempting t discuss state questions like tlio one at the head of this article yet as the people are the sovereigns of the land and a large part tillers of tlio soil I am proud to claim the rights o an American to think and act in all questions pertaining to oui national welfare It is too case that the trained SttfoSdc nt J tlio Cedar Hupiils Republican FAYKTTii Alay Win Nolan a jeweler aged about GO years and a COUNTV OFF1CBU3 resident of this place the last oOLTvrm W KCVUlTON Clcrl minor tliP Courls twenty years committed suicide yes terday about p in by shooting IIo wrote a letter to his son in Kuth ven and gave it to a neighbor asking him to send it to his boy lie then bade him goodbye entered his store and placing tho revolver in his mouth C A 11 VtllJMI DKT I1TTJI5 K s liniKl I 8 rOSlEli AUST Ns Climn 1 L VSii ISTIJf f apt to politician with tho best oflices II filled in manipulating the wires ilVatii raps the state and gets his satellites who expects favor at his hands in case of success to go out in tho byways and lanes of the politi Miss Curtis a meco of Mrs Samp son from Erametsburg paid her a visit last week She being an invalid had to return on account of tho rough winds of Iho prairie A lively runaway took place on section J Merriotts team did the running no serious damage clone We would advise some of the young men from lliehlantl to look out how they carry sail shooting our dogs as ve have a Hno one and would not care to have him killed Asthis is our first attempt for some time to write for a newspaper we will conclucla by wishing tho editor sucoess GKANOEK NEWS Parmers arc all busyplanting corn Schools in this corner of the world have nearly all commenced Mr Len Smith teaches in Liikaviile Miss Tena Zellw in Excelsior and Airs C L xsicol in Westport TJ I Brims has a largo pasture on his farm A good tiling force being incUuted in the tliey passed the night with James iieldridge and family Comrade Daniol Bennett was down ram the Lake tho latter part of the vcck We are sorry to see thathe s 3o badly crippled upwith rhtnv as to be unable to perform any labor This is hard for a man f his advanced years ami in straitened circumstances our friend Art becomes a fullfledgoc cashier and wo do not fear his being tempted to take a trip to Canada ii consequence Gunder Mathesori says ho has found a gold mine on his Farm On making inquiry as to tho size of the nuggets we found ho referred to the springs increase of calves lambs pigs 118 says lip has a fine lot ot younglings and all doing well II Kaiuath of Spencer has moved his jewelry establishment into the J B Edmunds bank door to Flints his numerous customers will find him ready to supply their wants with anything in his line Chas II Sherman is going about with his hand in a sling on account of a felon Ho says this is tho four teenth one he has had in his time arid cannot say that ho appreciates such lefthand favors Mrs Ilattie Sanford and son passed through Milford on the northbound train Tuesday She was accompanied by her father and mother Mr and Mrs W 13 Arnold who met her at Sheldon Miss Gertie Narey was down from tho Laka the latter part of tho week visiting her friends misses Ella and Ida Inrnan The young ladies favored this office with an agreeable call In boring for water at Superior station at the depth of MO feet a jet of natural gas was siruck This may bs more beneficial to the Orphans Homo than water Jas Ileldridge wont to Emmetsburg Tuesday to appear before the exam in icing board for pensions at their regu lar ssrni monthly meeting yesterday E A Smith favored this office with a social call Tuesday Ho says his bouse is now ready for his summer guests who love this quiet retreat B B Van Stoenburg was on the sonthbouiid train Tuesday en route for Charles City JSTotlca to Contractors Notiea is haroby givsiv that scaled proposalsfor of a School louse in the of Mlford County of Dickinson anj State of lowii will bo received by tho indeistgned at thy Ohaaa IIouso in plans and specified ions liny bo 12 oclock loon June 1st lSS9at which tlraa ha contract will bo awarded to the owest responsible bullor Tho b9iuM esorvos the right to reject any or all lids CHAPE 81 of the Hoard of Dirtctors J II Lawson was hauling corn from LakePark last week J C Winter planted corn for George Andrews last Thursday W II Anderson lias hauled tho flax with which to sow his hundred acre patch on the stony A Mr Tyflekl of Illinois haa built a house on his farm on section eleven in Westport township and will im prove tho land this summer Cbas Tramp has quite a strip of breaking done but hw says ho isnt done yet We are always glad to see the prairie turning over in this stylo The Paul boys are putting in the farm opened last summer by D M Is i col Ed has rented part of John Davis farm in Westporl and is putting in the same The Zeller boys are rushing business this spring They have their springs work nearly all done and are now wait ing for the corn to grow so they can plow it Mr J A Greene has bought a new corn planter Ntls Jordel has bought a quarter in 24 of Excelsior and expects to break on it this summer Mr Nicholas has been very sick for a week or so past we hope soon to report an improvement Albert Tramp Is working for Ed Parsons NUCK JR Scenery of Pnjret Soimcl The scenery of Puget sound that great inland arm of the sea in the ex treme northwest corner of the United States is becoming more famous for its beauty yearly as the number of tourists through that region increases Placid waters verdant vales timbered mountains and snowcrowned peaks combine to make landscape of maryc lous beatnty That body oi water is also of special interest to our people because of the selection of tho site there for a huge navy yard for the bet tor defence of our country on the cific coast One of the grandest yiows In that region is that of Mount Baj ker as soen across the still waters of Admiraltyinlet as the main firm of the sound is called This is the ob ject ofji beautiful tinted engraving 17x22 inches in size issued as a sup plement to the April number of the West Shore Magazine Tho number cal arenii and when the time comus for holding the convention it is not an uncommon thing to lind the towis ship caucuses under the control of this wirepulling element It is but fair that the agricultural element should now and then be rep resented by one from thdr ranks in these offices of honor and trust espec ially when such a onu can bu found who is the peer of the politician in mental and executive ability nd alJ other necessary characteristics for the place Such a man as candidate for Governor of Iowa we iinJ in the person of Hon II C Wheeler of Sue county andwe are glad to see that with exceptions lie is endorsed by tho press of Northwest Iowa The following from the Storm Lake Tribune is a fail specimen ot their remarks The xubenmtorlnl ooiHout soon bcjrhi to liven u mid tho Trl tunic Is find to uote that tin KOiUlcnuui UEplrln for tits position wull eruilpoil both mentally mul morally mul whicliovtishould iocolvu the nomination will cotmnntid the support or the republicans of the stutu A party Is lUwwys to ulutud upon auoli a slate of ll Is to be hoped that no poisonallllos Unit will ullunltiLe any fooling ot tuts elmnujter Our people ara familiar with Limit Oov Hull ami ljunitois Hntcliitioit ol Ottuimva mid Younjr of AiUmUu ull an1 ad mirably fltUd In iibillly mid evpculenet In pnblio niVuiiH Im1 tlio xiUicd tumlon lint the rcfUbllcuuB of no rt Invest lovii Imvu u cundldutu in tlio porsun ol1 Hon H C Wlicokr of Sue iopivecnilng the afrHonlumil of tlsu suite a man of bruins and d of iibtuidmit ueiNomil cmtrujro and of uhnriielci who lint Hciii much of this world lUuMinacomo In commit with tlia viuledaiid conlliutinjfliiUroEts in tlio whom thoy will support iiiiltnd iitiCiiyth for governor believing us they do in hin splendid qiiallllctitlaris and unblemished rep utation as a tHIien jiliintiei u busiiiCMj mini runt un oniuliil and uluo In his ultlnmte filiccors Tho repnblioamiol thu will liuvo no roiison to tro oiililil tiieir own territory to tlnd a man to support lind will not Jlr Whtiiler n tituto roputation and ho will KlUhcr Ktrenjftli as tho campaign proHrcsaC3 pulled is yet it tho trigger Cause unknown the letter will probably reveal J C SMITHS Trino tiifit For or Jliodnii Ual Dried Poaches Dried Blackberries Evaporated Apples Extra Dust Tea Bust Soda Shorts Tobacco Plug Tobacco ZsTice Lemons and Oranges per Dozen only Best Watei White Kerosene per Gal only Saandard Blackberries per can Standard Uhioberries per can Standard Corn per can 3 Burs Best Soap for Choice Honey Extra Cider CIVIC SOCIKT1ES I O O F MONITOR LOUGH every Mm Vlsltluff brcihern arecordlnPy Kiiitinml It 13 Hicob U 0 Hull Secy A P A K GLOAMING IODGK Stated Com iMiinlciitloiiK HniuiUny PvciilnK on 01 nitcr lull Diiion A CUBP W M Nii li Jijcor urt Lard Hiiuon Extra Syrups at 50 and GO els psr gallon Jail for sample ol our iO ct Japan Tea nens Overalls at 15 cts per jjair anil ipwards Prints Ginghams Lawns jatinas Cotton Batting atcost lose them out lull Thoir Business Booming Frobnbly no one thing hss caused uch i general revival of iraile Ht DR K GKKUNS drugstisrn IIM their giv ug iiwuy to their I so rmiiy lnje trial bottles of Dr Klrjga Yew Disuovery for Consumption Their trade in simply enormous in this vory valtinble Mticla from the fuet thut it always cures nuU never ilisiippoiitd JoughH colds asthma brniiuhills croup and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured You can lot H bufore lmying by gettitig a trial inttlo fifi sijae Every warranted lVCOItrOKA7ID STT rp 1us f4315SOOOO a Chi oral Binldng Basinsss Special AltetiLLon Given to Collec s awl Insurance Sells La mlt Ocean Tickets Drafts n L E nLAC 7 A KtllS K iiALii Vice ATTORNEYS Itoal EKtate niul Collection Atrcnti niotB of 1ltlo of fitly Coiiiuy SlHMJIHIOWA C HUGHES ATTOENET and OOTOSBLOBATLAVT Spoclal uttPMllon riven to oimiicrflnl lillll KtjtJItO OlliCU IlLVt llOOl10 rinifs Olllco In Millura Uloclc SiFNCrn IA PHYSICIAN for the isntat Drug Gtoi6 All calls day and night p ENTISTRY 9th and 2Sr taoli Month i for tho Prjictico of Dontlfitcy A L iliCH GEO V7 ILLIAS TIHS TABLE i St S IVpl A It mcrtp cvory iny on ni1 nlicilull uioon nt l in In Sriui Army Hull Wit CUASK CBIU Jl H SniivAN ofV iri mcctH mi Siiuirdoy st Sp rc con JirnliMB ol G A R wII Ci 1J ROCBIIS Cllpt L A Affoclnilon ill CA WiisT Librarian tMon SunJixy Soliool Ktois m Sab btilli r111 aiCHARDSOIJ ATLAW Hiue Call tir G A OFARRELi DUAIKR IN SHELF and HEAVY Oh why dont it rain I Jerry Clark has bought forty acres of land and is having it broken up Miss Mam IB Ayers has begun her term of school in the Warner district Mrs Ilinshaw has been quite ill Jerry Clark has a young fanner lie put in an appearenco last Sunday The new school house is finished and ready for school which next Miss Jennie Coons teacher Elder TFillowby an Adventist minis ter has been holding meetings in tho Austin school house ilo is a good speaker ffJSAtJSIEKS ASSGUIATSOS fur tlie to bu in 17 iNortnern Iowa Educational Associa tion to bfi bald at Eatliurvillo Priday evening and Saturday Alay 17 and is PROGRAM FRIDAY EVE AT BAPTIST CHURCH Elder Reuse Address of C W Jarvis Response Supt B B Young Normal Prof J Pensley Limitations of School How AY M McFarland Charley OToolo The Uneoncious in Prof F E Palmer of Spirit Luke Music in clmrge ol II J JJonnetfc SATURDAY A at SCHOOL KOLBB The Supennt0ndonc3Ji II Ballard Penmanshijp and Miss Con leo Stores of All Kinds on hand Custom Work Promptly Done Stock Firstclass Prices Eeasonalle Mllloiil AlIlVCS ill 40 no Sfl 214 QUtSU FJiO31 AM Leaves Sponger IIIMi Ariuilils Ilirk ItlW hitliusOUijIiiiJI Aiilvtia nt Sijlill Lulu1 Ijloiancca from S po nocr K8 J7l4 SI4 DEPARTMENT GOODS Coffins Constantly on Hand Repairing Promptly rioatly Doro s on CuuncetloiiM ho Main lino ni followa TRAINS UOAVK SfJJNOJiit UDINd JCAIiT nssfiiiset1 No No njtfiulSlit No B 110ING WliST No 1 1 No 5fo n T M OM8AM 8ilO A Jl M runs tin Wednesdays nud Frl uyH HO 1 on coiits GVMMI will ClinrtfCil on all farce oollcutcd on the train T 0 BAIUUNGHll Affcut coirrTTir Col lev to f i AXTORNET W CORY I nlso do a Abstract and Spirit Lake AT LAW ineral Land Loiv Collection businosi Iowa Car 5o tlront M lUonnl Kunsui ijil Hiivl II B7pO WJilaa or toncl ulfil IKltlllU In lllnnllH WlH town Missouri mul jijii dnljliN mils of lYuijrlilKi ID1 sinllni ncrnt or iho CMHIAHII dr PAUI IIAIIVAV ntn iiny Ajjcnt Mental Arithmetic B DiscusslonP T Littledon reographyrMlss Jennie Ulow interest children S JIlubbard in SchoolMiss Josie Tnriiert Vut fur He Public nt nil Cou rrjotl to nil Pnitn of itto Si IviCilforcL ZOUZS MADSO3S clSiv fiou 10 to 20 lll Ooltl Wltrli until lilrly hi wirtil rallied Hiillil Uolll nnil vfttj nul ortquhl vnhi CBI BITIlre 0110 with our Inrur lino if Iloiineliol i ai HiMln MMIUO tlo nil anoryou Invo hi nnl iliawn iliU la t your own propart or rncalrlnir lie clc rbrUandi Maine Tralnfi SI ImI mid TranoCoriti Roulo iiclwcun CM Unmiii i rtTorencc to LfXit nnri Towus onnort by Hi Ciiiauio KKB ST VALT ttMiiWA v COMPANY wrlto TI 0 llAuotiiN JLaiul Joiumlsslonor hoi1 WIsconBln 5 ulso contains many Fort Towiisand and of Olympia two cities on the sound including tho new liotol ia process of erection in the latter place Pull descriptions of the resources and progress or those cities and much valuable informa tion aboutthe eiitircnorthwestus well is entertaining fiction and verse complete a most instructive and en ertaininff number Anj ono seeking nlormatioii about Oregon Washing Idaho Monfliiiu or British Colum bia find the West Shore Mugaxino he bisl source from which to t 25 cents fur u copy stiljscifp SSSO to LSntrmcl IJOttlaid Orison u are of Pupils Jams Incidental Primary Ilosi1 Dbclgson SAiUKDAV I jr Cotnpariaonot English iind American O Rogers Supervision of Country P II Donlon W Bdttuin Variety Minnie Cir penter Ideal Funk Iluttio Accra Oljricn Jr Needs of Country Schools P II OUens L Evans Tho Present Slkdiis of Maggie by Hie our atf 11 A Jehu eiWKe Teaching ui 11 LlCiaHy full Hue always In stock in tho Doublo Store Corner of Ililh and Court Streets Spirit Lake Iowa Quoklcne Arnloa Salwi The beet vc Hje world for ulooru ault rboum vur uores tetter chapped hands clul blains norns und nil skin eruptions and positively cures no required It 1 Kuarftiutect CONKMTORS BUILDERS on Slioit Notice Flans SgeGlficatioiisji iui Material And will Work by the Day when parties desire li SJiop on Main SbJf of Broadway LAKIJ D C U N TIME GOINP M A M AM OOlNd SOUTH 0 I1 P M 4MVW V C HEilENWAY In nil bjp I ir our nitcbliMtJl id coodi trhtre inn rco win wail 10 nn wrion In tub lowlncntttklna itnrio vrorldnllh till willlfo Mfnlfrcei common afoot md relunbta ci 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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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