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Algona, Iowa
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TttB UPPER DEIS MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WBnNEHPAY. JANUARY 12, 1898. the Up* in gwhf*. t*AB. BY 1NOHAM A to Subscribers. One copy, one year $1.60 One copy, six months 75 One copy, thfet months 40 Sent to any address at above rates. R«nlt by draft, money order, or express or- aw at our risk. Bates of advertising sent on application. THE LEGISLATUUE MEETS. Gov, Shaw will be inaugurated tomorrow, The joint caucuses to name wardens of the penitentiaries will be held this evening, The report of the investigation into the management of the state institutions will be made the last of the week. By Monday the business Of the session will begin in earnest, • which is unusual. The preliminaries of organization were settled quickly. J. H. Funk of Iowa Falls was chosen speaker of the house without opposition, thus saving time. The minor offices were about as readily disposed of. Mr. Funk is a member of long experience, of ability, independence, and quick perceptions. He will be an able speaker. In the senate Senator Funk was again chosen presiding officer pro tern for the session. This is one of the highest honors in tbe gift of that body. He is 'also to be chairman of the ways and means committee again. This is the senate's chief committee. In the house Judge Carr gets the chairmanship of the judiciary committee, which passes on the legality of all proposed legislation. An attempt was made in the house to cut off a lot of minor expenses, but Representative Nletert of Linn denounced "cheese paring" and be was sustained. A bitter fight is being made against the re-election of P. M. Madden of Spencer as warden of the Anamosa penitentiary and he will doubtless be defeated. It is the really hot fight of the preliminary organization. The state board of control idea will come on next week. It is to furnish the chief occupation of the session. It will be ably supported and ably opposed. There are two sides to it. The main objection is that putting all Iowa institutions absolutely in the hands of five men gives them a patronage and power that will be very dangerous, and that will be the foundation of a big political machine. negotiation* with European power* only temporarily suspended on account of the peculiar condition of affairs In India, and it is the president's intention to again send envoys to Europe as soon as the conditions are favorable for continuing the negotiations." Ex-Gov. Larrabee and ex-Gov. Jackson both oppose a single State board of control. Michigan tried a single state board of control and discarded it. FOWLER OK liINOOLir. When a great orator like Bishop Fowler deals with a great theme like the character and life of Abraham Lincoln, theresultis one of the certainties. So the people of Algona discovered last Saturday night. The first sentence commanded attention: "God's prophets have the right of way and come by divine appointment." With this as the key to his analysis of Lincoln's character the bishop measured the great statesman, as all great men must be measured, "above as well as below the water table." The picture In plain, simple anglo-saxon, presented Lincoln in his various stages of development, from his birth in the humble Kentucky cabin, through his young manhood and responsible public and business service, to the eventful panorama at Washington in which the martyred president moved, the central figure, and controlled the policies of state, which were most dell- cato in that they included the problems of civil government and military campaigns. Measured by what ho did, " Abraham Lincoln was tho greatest mero man that ever lived in 0,000 years of human history." In tho proof of this proposition Bishop Fowler dwelt on the various sides of Lincoln's NEWS AND COMMENT. The State Register's suggestion is timely that it makes no difference whatever in discussing the state board of control whether the present trustees are left in office or are legislated out. The best method of managing our public institutions is all there is to discuss. The January number of the Annals of Iowa contains the sketch written for THE UPPER DBS MOINES a year ago by Gov. Carpenter. State, Superintendent Sabin's final report shows that Iowa pays the least wages to male teachers in tho public schools of any north central state, and next to tho least to its female teachers. The state also ranks near tho bottom of the list in the average number of months of school taught. E. P. Heizer, who has been congressman Perkins" chief assistant on tho Sioux City Journal, is to bo postmaster. Ho is one of the best informed men and most forcible writers in the west. It is to be hop^d that his now duties will not take him wholly out of newspaper work. Hon. C. C. Carpenter proposed a single state board of trustees as long ago as when he was governor. Senator Healey's investigating committee expects to report next Saturday. It has made a very thorough examination in all tbe state institutions, and what it has •not found out is not worth looking for. Its report will show lots of careless work, but we doubt if any actual mismanagement or misappropriation of public funds will be disclosed. If at all it will be in isolated oases and in small amounts. career. How he surprised his friends and disappointed all foes; how he deftly and with delicate diplomacy controlled the conduct of the affairs of his administration convincing even Seward of his superiority and forcing a respect from all his cabinet advisers that he never forfeited; how ho handled foreign relations with a skill that maintained a consistency with this nation's historic claims, and while giving foes anxious to fight no possible cause for war, yet convinced hostile governments, which wished the destruction of tho republic, that the federal government would ably defend itself. He emphasized his greatness in calling his greatest competitors to his side as advisors. In his delineation of tho elements of character distinguishing Lincoln, prominence was given to honesty, quietness, courage, sympathy, selfless devotion to his great work. 'In evidence of these great factors exercised in making up his life, there was adduced event after event which fully established tho point. Wit flowed in his portraiture of Lincoln's great life, pathos crept in his sentences that re- public benefactor in and for Germflnia." We welcome Bro. Grow to the Kossuth ranks again. Armstrong Journal: The public lyceum program at Algona Saturday evening was what Algona needs in 1898, from tbe standpoint of a lawyer, minister, newspaper, the school board, the mayor, and the library. It may need a 8j?at many things from the standpoint of the five latter, but what more the lawyers of Algona, and especially Geo. E. Clarke, the spokesman on the program, wants Is beyond our comprehension. If they ask for more than they have had the past few years, they are more greedy than any trust we ever heard of. fllFTHEBA IN FBAIBIE. Schools Closed In the Pelton District -nits Kcvlyal In Wesley. WESLEY, Jan. 10,—H. D. Hodges has a brother from the eastern part of the state here visiting him. Miss Hattle Shaw had to close her school in the Pelton district, Prairie township, last week on account of the diptherla breaking out In the school. A couple of children of Mr. Barrecks are down with it, but are getting along nicely now and no other new cases are reported. Revival meetings in the M. E. church are still In progress. Much interest is being manifested. The church is being revived and sinners are being converted to God. Mrs. Epperson, the & McMahon appearing forHhem. The suit was over commission for the renting of grass land which plaintiff claimed was due, but was unable to substantiate his claims. Our band boys are preparing to make their band tbe model band of the northwest the coming season. All it needs is sticktuitiveness on their part and the co-operation of the citizens as an encouragement to the boys to keep at it. Whoop her up, boys. lady evangelist from Boone, is here assisting Rev. Plummer. Abe Vial of Britt was here and in- vealed the awful burden the great president boro, and invective and withering sarcasm held up to contempt tho little men who annoyed the life of Lincoln like gad flies. He concluded with the declaration, "Lincoln was the best specimen of a Christian I ever encountered in public life." Not a church member, but measured by the standards that test character, this is true. Ho gave point'.on point which he vouched for as admirably correct and for which the most intimate friends and associates of Lincoln wei-o authority, which established tho fact that Lincoln was a firm believer in God and loaned on Him in his greatest trials. It was a broad view and established the fact that to rightly measure Lincoln one must not leave out his religious side. Tho bishop was grandly impressive when he said, "If when I cross tho river after I have seen the King in His beauty, I see Abraham Lincoln, I shall 'know I am in tho right place." It was a great analysis of character, revealing, perhaps not the Lin coin of our dreams, but undeniably painting the true Lincoln of history. His language was expressive and keen in discrimination, while his picture of the greatest character of our century persuaded all that "from the girt up, Lincoln was taller than any other mere man in history," F. E. D. stalled tho officer of Success lodge 134. I. O. O. P., Saturday night. County Attorney Raymond was here Monday, and conducted a case in behalf of the state, against Frank Kessler, a young German who has been lying around here since last summer. He was in partnership with Albert Klinepeter, buying poultry. A few days ago they made a shipment nnd Kessler changed the shipping tags on the crates from Klinepeter to his own and billed them. When the money came he drew It and skipped out. Kllnopeter hud him arrested for getting money under false pretense and brought back. Part of the money was recovered, and he was bound over until the grand jury meets In March. In default of bail ho was taken to Algona and lodged in jail. Quite a number were over from Corwith Saturday evening, to attend the meetings. Our city council has one of the public watering tanks up at the W. T. Pros- nell barn and the other is nearly ready to put up at S. E. Grove's barn as soon as tho tower is completed for tho pump. H. Z. Vesper received word to come to Fayette, Iowa, that his aged mother was not expected to live. Dr. Groom and wife of Britt, accompanied by 20 or more of Britt people, drove over Monday evening' to attend tho meetings now in progress. Our public schools open today after a two weeks vacation. Our teachers are all feeling much refreshed after two weeks of much needed rest. Our patrons can rest assured that the school work for the balance of the year will not lack any in interest. COUNTY DOCTORS IN SESSION, Dr. Keneflck Chosen for President— Dr. Kenney Endorsed. The county physicians met yesterday. Dr. Walters of Bancroft presented a curious case of necrosis, which was discussed. In view of Dr. Kenney's removal from Wesley to New Mexico, resolutions endorsing him as a physician and gentleman were adopted. For the year Dr. Kenefick was chosen president; Dr. Beane of Burt, vice president; Dr. Walters of Bancroft, secretary and treasurer. Dr. Bliss of Lu Verne, Dr. Bo wen of Whlttemore, and Dr. Morse were appointed committee on new members. From the Whlttemoro Champion. D. Flkes, a son-in-law of L. Witham, and long time a resident of California, has gone to Klondike. Ho writes, Nov. 16, that ho and party were about to start over the pass into tho Yukon Valley. The thermometer registered about 70 below zero and the wind blowing a perfect hurricane, piercing through the warmest fur clothing'. Mr. Fikes seemed to be in a cheerful mood in spite of the many difficulties to be encountered before reaching the gold region. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Duttpn, parents of Wesley, have gone to Missouri for a short visit with their daughter, Mrs. J. B. Worden, and will go from there to California to spend the balance of tbe winter. E. A. Weisbeck was in Algona last BViday and thinks Whittemoro the liveliest town of the two. Good markets always make a town lively. Frank Nicoulin Land Company, OFFICES AT WHEATON, MINN., ORTONVILLE, MINN.,' And ALGONA, IOWA. LAND OF No. i HARD WHEAT. Land that can be bought fo, speculation and will double in value. Land for a poor man to because one crop of flax or one crop of wheat at present prices pay for the land. • Also have some fine farms in Kossuth county for sale—wou; like to list more. We have hundreds of agents looking up custon ers for us, and if you want to sell your farm list it with us. It W i be placed in the hands of all these agents for sale. We will will furnish you a half-fare rate to the lands in Minne, sota and back, and if you purchase land the fare which you pay w ij| be credited on the purchase price. Buy a farm and be independent. Call at our office and see i at once. We have some rare bargains. Frank Nicoulin Land Company, LEGAL NOTICES. •*^-+*r^s-^*i-i*^*^^f^s^*f**s**^**s~*^^S***r' TAX SALE NOTICE. To George E. Wells: You are hereby not!lied that on the 3d day of December, 1804, the following described real estate, situated In the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa: Lots No. Six and Seven, Block No. Nine, Way & Barrett's addition to Wesley, Iowa—was sold by the treasurer of said county to W. 0. Danson, who Is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 30th day of December, 1897. 42t3 W. C. DANSON. PROFESSIONAL. "'-"^-^-'•^^'X^^^X^^X-^rf-x^'-s^-N^-v^^. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. I From the Bancroft Register. Jos. Hudson, son of Dr. Hudson of Algona, has bought tho Vesper building. Axel Sundstrom has moved to Germania and will have a jewelry stand in Dr. Waud's drug store. M. Frellinger returned last Saturday from a trip through California. He saw several of the Biincroftites while there. Nels Martin has bought a residence property in Los Angeles and is well pleased with his new home, I. J. Bruer, whom he also saw at Pomona, likes some parts of the state but had not decided to remain permanently. TAX SALE NOTICE. To George Edgett: You are hereby notified that on the 3d day of December. 1804, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa: Eaat one-eighth of north six acres of northeast qr. of southeast qr. of Sec. Seven, Twp. Ninety- five, Range Thirty west of 5th P. M., Iowa, also described as Lot One of auditor's plat of northeast qr. of southeast qr. of Sec. Seven, Twp. Ninety five, Range Thirty west of the 5th P. St., Iowa—was sold by the treasurer of said county to W. 0. Danson, who Is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within nine ty days from the completed service of this no Dated this 30th day of December, 1807. 42t3 W. 0. DANSON. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LANS. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbralth's. SULLIVAN & MCMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Ferguson block. Judge MoGee of Council Bluffs holds that all nickle-in-the-slot machines are gam- • bling devices, where any element of chance enters in. It makes no difference if a man does get a cigar for his uicklo. In the January Annals of Iowa Cyrenus Cole tells the story of the Dutch settlement at Pella. It is one of the most picturesque chapters of Iowa history and Mr. Oole does it ample justice. His father was was one of the founders of the little colony and he writes with full appreciation of the inner spirit as well as with full knowledge of the outer movements of this band of pioneer seekers for religious freedom. The Webster City Freeman observes that it is e, sign of neither courage nor independence for newspapers to attack others. Refraining from the temptation is often a much severer test of both these admirable virtues. To be absolutely fair is the highest roanlfe station of both courage and independence. IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD. The Garner Signal wants the women to sit down on the new bustle. Kossuth county has 18 banks, half of them being located in the north end of the county. A Holstein cow worth $200 had a blood vessel burst at Gerrnanla. B. F. Smith owned her. A BUSINESS CHANGE. Jos. Mlsbacli Buys Into tho Kraft Clothing Store-Now Stores to Bo Established. Jos. Misbach has bought a half interest in the Kraft clothing store, and will take entire charge of the management, while Mr. Kraft will this spring establish a new store and is now off on a prospecting tour. The older brother of the firm will also establish a new store, which will e i ve the Krafts seven clothing stores in Iowa. Mr. Misbach is well known and is popular in Algona, and he will keep the store up to its present popular standing- It is one of Algona's leading business houses and has had an especially Uu-jre trade the past season. Mr. Kraft will be found, by any town he may open his new store in, a pushing, pleasant, and reliable man of business. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Frank Nicoulin took two men north yesterday to buy Minnesota lands. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Button are off to spend the winter in California. Mrs. Hicks of Blue Earth City is visiting her cousin, Mrs. F. D. Calkins. Mrs. Harvey Ingham and little boy went to Des Moines today for a visit at home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson entertained a party of friends at their hospitable home last evening. W. P. Jones is expected home this week. He has been off buying a lot of machinery and having a vacation. Col. Thos. F. Cooke went to Des Moines this morning to attend the inauguration and the national guard meeting. The Masons are talking of building a two-story brick block in Algona this year. They have not fully decided. J. W. Wadsworth is in Des Moines attending tho state agricultural society meeting, also the meeting of county fair secretaries. John Grove came down from Morris Minn,, last week. He says lots of Minnesota land has been sold up his way the past year. TAX SALE NOTICE. To Emellne T. Jones: You are hereby not! fled that on the 3d day of December, 1894, the following described real estate, situated In the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa: Lot Thirty-four of Dunlap's addition to Ledyard Independent Distrlctr-was sold by the treasurer of said county to W. C. Danson. who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 30th day of December, 1807. 43t3 . W. C. DANSON. TAX SALE NOTICE. To Flora Snyder: You are hereby notified that on the 3d day of December, 1804, the following described real estate, situated In the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa: Lots Twenty-eight and Twenty-nine In Dunlap's addition to the Independent District of Ledyard —was sold by the treasurer of said county to W. C. Danson. who Is now the lawful holder of :he certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 30th day of December, 1807. w. C. DANSON. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. C. RAYMOND. ERNEST c. RAYMOND! RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ^ re ( S In e t n h C e e JfvbW° St ° n B10Ck ' H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. LYCEUM PROGRAM. for An InterestliiK Entertainment Saturday Evening. The following program will be given at the court house Saturday evening at 7;80 o'clock: SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of special execution, to me directed by the cler of the district of. Kossuth county, Iowa, agains the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., o Henrietta A. Ash and A. O. Ash, defendants, In favor of Rodney Hill, plaintiff, I will of fer at public sale, to the highest an best bidder, for cash, at the doo Of the court house lu the town of Aleona county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 22d day o January, 18D8, between the hours of 0 a m and 4 p.m., on said day, all of said defend ants'right, title, and Interest In and to th following described real estate, sltuateL In Kossuth county, to-wlt: The north one half of the west one-half of the east one-half o Lot One, Block Three of Call's addition t Wesley, Iowa, according to the recorded pla Geo. Hamilton started out this morning) Witness iP H. monrh'a t.rin TTo •narmaan^t-r. 4-1,^ A i Vmn i onrf , Sale to commence at the hour of 2 o'clock T> i.. of Kn.1d rlji.v " m., of said day, for a month's trip, gona lumber yard hardware house. He represents the Af- and a Chicago heavy ™ duet ' x Tuttl0 brothers. to Niagara, N. Spencer. inirtystereoptican slides have been ' t0 , P -m XT * T-». . . i ( * 1 * cmLujaoiun or „ h '£**& ° f Dicl£lnson county, the from adults and ex-sheriff, has contracted with the of the public ' Burlington people to furnish 1,600 tons of ice. Dr. Beokwith of Corwith went out on a rabbit hunt, caught cold, and died last week Monday. He was about 40 years of age. Miss Nettie Edmonds of Algona attended a big New Year's party at Livermore. Miss Genia and Guy Hanna of Lu Verne were also present. J. G. Graham leaves for Colorado today to work for the Brotherhood of American Yeomen. He takes eight men with him and will be state agent. Anew store building 12x16 feet is The Lu Verne j . Yu — -**«uwi cfcto 1JU1B defray the necessary expense , be asked fr ° m puplls AN OLD SETTLER GONE. Mrs. Eva Spelaer Dies at a Hlpe Old Ajjo. The remains of Mrs. Eva Speiser were buried in Algona Saturday afternoon, Rev. H. B. Butler offloiatinir She was born In Switzerland, Octs' 1815, and was for 20 years a resident of Riverdale township. Old dropsy caused her death. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Hay expect to leave for the south next week. O. B. Durdall has rented the house they vacate and will move in as soon as they go. W. W. Wheeler was up from Des Moines and spent Sunday with his neice, Mrs Miles. He is going to the western coast soon to look up cheap lumber, T. H, Lantry's brother from Minneapolis has returned and his daughter, Edna, has also gone home. Miss Eva Lantry is still here and will make more of a visit. E. A. Morling of Emmetsburg was over Monnay looking up a law matter. Ho said he had heard nothing of the rumor that he would run against Judge Quarton this fall. ber, 1807. 42t2 my hand this 24th day of Decem 0,, ,» T, 0> a SAMSON, Sheriff Kossuth County, Iowa SHERIFF'S SALE. aT , No , tl1c 2 1 , sheret) y e iven that by virtue of special fl fa execution, to me directed bv th f clerk of the district court of Kossuth T county Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tene ments, etc., of Sever S, Erlckson defendant ° f 9 has - P- Jennlson,' pla ntiff, I at public sale to the hleh t bl'dder for cash, at the dim of the court house In the town of A ] mm i S Wn of K , osTsuth ' and "tote °° Iowa, A ol t he 22d day of January, 1808 betwflBii sai U d r( 1a°v 0 ,?,' 0l ? 0k ?J& ^o'clock P in.™ said day, all of said defendants' right, title wti n f will offer est and best J. Rice has decided to move to Phoe- is he dis- age and May o'clock p, 1 this 24th day of Decem ty, Iowa. PROBATE OF WILL Tn , ° F IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY Pn,?nt5 e Dlstrlct Court lu and for " NOTICE Some Swea city Notes SWEA CITY, Jan. Id-Miss Brostad of Linn Grove is the Rica guest of but could not get away. Henry Walston was at Sheldon and County. I Vth 0 dayofDecem y be°r 0n i8n7 : Whereas ' on ** ' ine - to * me Streeter, eon of a erly lived here and had e of her circle HOB, M. P. O'Connell be ton. As solicitor for the treasury he is Secretary Gage's nearest advisor, and is niuoh consulted by him. He IB genial, shrewd and positive. He is $ public Jife. Portland towoVllip7Vto"bS*marrie°d I'???'V*^ She hasj ft ^ this evening to Mis? Hanna Hayden at ° ™ h6re ' the Bravender home. They will live J< w - Sullivan in getting off the Fa r the 8 rS° n f;h ,„ , , H? """^ "*"" " >ain ™day Father Smith, the long-time priest sprained his ankle. He I atEmmeteburg, leaves for New Or- thrown his crutch away and this week. The Democrat says: the board of trade ring with his atnn . there he will go to California bv torian voice as he emotes tnth2t yoftbe SoutherS p ftoiflo . Hew85|£eb^ W. W. Haight was up from Fonda last week to see about the county grad"ng "e says he is just home from Misiouri, where i he has bought a lot of mules, part y ' °° f all t per„„.„,Y C£LUSQ not be admitted to pro- Dated this 27th day of December, 1807. bate th6 8ame shoul PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURffEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence In Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. . E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DEN'TIST, Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. RIST, D. D. S. Local anaesthetic fox deadenin gums when extracting teeta. GET WATER OR NO PAY,! The undersigned has a complete Steam Gable Well Drilling Outfit, D. R. FRAZER. SHELLY & PETTIBONE, MARBLE Head Stones, Monuments, 1_ i_ M. -- —». «^v T? AlJl I --*•*• H»p^*vww pi At be absent a good share of the Kossuth county. ~ City ought not I g"" legislature should always remember that pjnpbing peapiea IB nptre- Jww. _ .Senator Ohafldler feaa Interviewed PresWeot MoK^ley 00 Wpetalllsm end "The P*e4a«otBt&ailB firm i» favor old i know better Ing »rp«nd with fttoU,,- K _ athJsage. jfMr, Brunson ^asure club will ball Friday even- days in sketching. One clever off-hamf saaisf'saKsrsftflS 'luyingu game of checkers win So= Tight future in hia cholen a ?t. &S a ' and' r°w h m b ' vf a8> Taylor ' Horace- Mann ?:,S' Bro £?rk has moved water with impunity. . , R. D. Grow Is again fo 0 h aP ge of the ff* ° f Mp< teS? 1 ^ 8 **"****!,* 10 MWIWrti u\wplt .tlje new editor savB- »• of tie moaei homes of the t'ow nl ° & r eanesday evening there was a so- £a ffi,>l nf M 8i the R^mottS home. Entre Nous club met at »» - ~ -n—» •«« the Mrs. G. H. Berber opl ch members, g ^teW** IflstrHotive VSSU3S^SZtt\Wtti&^S^\ffi -- - - •sWi^wftl^JM^'tiiia^sas i worth. This trade-mark stands for all that is honest and wor* thy in LUMBER, Lath, Shingles and PW your goon^T— "»"^«w» , Furat Ipwest Market Prices Paul Lumber Go,, *r««wr«s..

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