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rill- rill- if ( ; Sic : Or-:.'! Or-:.'! Or-:.'! .: ito:. .- .- I tjt ',. r'ii " The loll, n ouul fiatT . :ui.)i!";o t.tl ree)."! ' Judo .nix K6, Unhfirl 1..K parta.'f po - o ;t Chief Mill Pom No. -V -V i ...pari m- m- Malum. I'os Senior i i '.in l '': -k -k i; U. 1.. (' W .1 h.c.r.Li.:;: , . . . ;: I i:.: f . . -1 -1 . r , Cl Old. l III! I.-rins I.-rins I.-rins utlm Bl'nw f on. ! patriotic Nu. 21. si. le-dc-cni::P. le-dc-cni::P. le-dc-cni::P. le-dc-cni::P. le-dc-cni::P. Ki'Ki-r Ki'Ki-r Ki'Ki-r 1'om Ni: A I ruin. , !. S. Clark, r. Win. Chi; annon. John Thomas t'anyhill. L'. Clow. 1'ranli James Uavisot), it,,..::, k H liri.iu lim.-g. lim.-g. lim.-g. X jjtKit. Joho-J;tns Joho-J;tns Joho-J;tns 'oin- 'oin- lope-r. lope-r. lope-r. X. M. VI. Clark. Moses K. Cook. r. v. .1 a m u s hiii'i'hill. Carney. Michael Thomas 0 -bibble, -bibble, Harry J. H. Davis, C 11. I'anl. J. 11 mi'. I. 1 I'o-s I'o-s I'o-s Fii-I Fii-I Fii-I No. 1. ;. Mmhoapo Special aide-de-camp aide-de-camp aide-de-camp aide-de-camp aide-de-camp pn runout hi a.lijua i r -rs -rs eampmoitt. Jacob l.ai;x, luih. The follow ing sppoii BOUIH't.i lor service a! tional 'in aiiionii nt in barge of at national 1'ost No. 1.1. i moot's are the luriieih de-en de-en de-en -Uu- -Uu- -Uu- an-na- an-na- an-na- an-na- J.,i-.r. J.,i-.r. J.,i-.r. O W J- J- ha C. ore, A li I. T. II. IP W. M. i!i tie. r t N. 1'. i. IW v. .. r..i n 1 1 OK Hi r.ot x... . Post ,J 'eng. ion. '.'! No. Coiinr. Ivst No. : I "omefol ' I. Tost N" Muisii. row No. .1.1!. . r,-. r,-. r,-. i c. w . J V. Lew : The foilnwir.e the ensuipp .wicr: ('oirri.ilt.e on Soldiers' IDiintel H. N.oep. Posi P. (. TA ou tward. Los! P. XV .tones. Post No. K. K Font. Tost No Terry Sjiai kweai le r. i', II !";,!'! o:i o ' t No. t. Mm. c, p o. " .. Mil. lie Mil) s.:, .s. i.i i t i - !:;. Wii'.rv x.i. Hiaii.. in fivi. M-m. M-m. M-m. .. re. M.iwi" lilial.r I'M a.e iMMoo llv.ni-No. llv.ni-No. llv.ni-No. VI. ..I, a Nu l.'i. Henry Reynilils, P. C. c. r. r. l'osi No. -". -". " a en. ,T. M.iw. I'ont No iioa'-.' iioa'-.' iioa'-.' If. ennnt. Ivm No K. I-HH I-HH I-HH t Whitney. H.i No 7 .i.iiimil C. Maxon. I'oal V .-i. .-i. .-i. M.nne.. F. Hiiwoiorf. '' ' i '" U Sionn.'?. I'vot N. li-'- li-'- li-'- li-'- ',:u.v.i,'r. r.v.nilnp. ,. 1 .otrlsia noil Xf,- Xf,- P. I'vof-rls. I'vof-rls. I'vof-rls. i,'-'5l i,'-'5l i,'-'5l No 4. M!..l,.'.i!.! s J Town. t'v.KI No 31 Wonl-.M-'loa. Wonl-.M-'loa. Wonl-.M-'loa. Wonl-.M-'loa. Wonl-.M-'loa. J. ,T. flow. I'ost No. V.!. Fi.nb.'.nli. C, S. Jv-ii. Jv-ii. Jv-ii. 1'i.st No. i'l. SI. l'aul I. F. K. ll' V, l't No. Nol le, a ..I J Y. M ai"'., ivm N. !. Vi.l.a o.a. G-WKC G-WKC G-WKC .V. Wlnll.i y, I'ost N'. 10. ttan. !,a. .'o!nil.lllee . ti Sao 01 . t-rao.. t-rao.. t-rao.. K;l Twram. No ia. Miiw-p..l. Miiw-p..l. Miiw-p..l. O K. ll .e.i'. l'osi No ',7. Il.r.s.r K K. );se. t:W. '"ft N'o. r. KaJ..n. 1. W. .MO-n. .MO-n. .MO-n. Post No. Hi. V,'--l! V,'--l! V,'--l! V,'--l! Y F. Larrt'tt. P'.sl No. 1N(. 1 So-'O' So-'O' So-'O' Tile f.Jl.iBlliK eomiBvl. 8 h.l.e l' a s.-i s.-i s.-i . ten le. Hie Jepin linoil 1.mir.l..i'T a" ai-le-cnn ai-le-cnn ai-le-cnn ai-le-cnn ai-le-cnn t iarirv from tie- tie- vlonarte ooi ,l,rri Patltoa. P'.st No. n. M..!ln. f..-o:K' f..-o:K' f..-o:K' H. Smith. Post No. -7. -7. Wasvoa. .1hii MAm, l'ost U". M:.pl' Plain. W L. Pnrlver I'ost No. 4T. Fat mlnefoii Join F l.a Vaqoe. Post No. 1 Uulnili )t M mchanirtin. P.wt No M. Ko. lo-O' lo-O' lo-O' i'. A. Man. Post No. v mora P. ;.,t-bett. ;.,t-bett. ;.,t-bett. IW No. on. Mona ap.-nn. ap.-nn. ap.-nn. m T CrlplHti, Post No. V. lir.omu.e. H. Slinnnvny. Pest No 171. Minio-apol Minio-apol Minio-apol s. H. Hyafi. I'.wi " z. Anymi- Anymi- K Call. Poi-'t Poi-'t Poi-'t No Marnlinl!. Huil.v rimllh. Post No, !. Moiit.n l.l. o. S Ru.liiP'.li. Poft No. Annan, liil'. H Tn.'liton. Foul No. ,1,, hi. I'ei'i. 7. Nanny. Font No. to. St. Jainw. D. !. low. Posi No. .Ml)ito-lloii. .Ml)ito-lloii. .Ml)ito-lloii. Joiin Nelson. Post No. , lvl V inn Tl I,. Mas.ni. Fnct No. 7:!. 'Mlniioiioi!!. I (i Nh1k.hi Post No. M. (Iwalonnn if. H.nn.tl. Post No. !:.. Pii..'-neii' Pii..'-neii' Pii..'-neii' .lames P.ranell. Post No. H'l. Pi own P . alley. r. K. Kiiel.le. Posi N'o, 11. Klniliail p. ii-1- ii-1- ii-1- ii-1- S. Iiippinan, F.wt No. 7 LvSnrur CkOK' Caril. c.u lo Carpe m ( 1)1)1)1 ; ini;. John i Delor.las. ilson PavPls.li, Cornelius Donovan, ; Jolm lionlon, I-'raneis I-'raneis I-'raneis Day, S. 1.. Davis, I'. W. D.lan.y. Joseph Dui)iitli. K. S. Doain. i. A. Davis, Antoine Desham, M.euia Daves. H. J. Dibble. Israio K:-,;es. K:-,;es. K:-,;es. i O. G. KmerMin, Clias. Esh s, W. D Far- Far- ini'l', W. V. F.mto. NV. H. Fox. F. A Field. H. M. l'os-.. l'os-.. l'os-.. C. D. Gibbf. James (lri:Tin. J. E. Carri.-, Carri.-, Carri.-, John H. GrrRory, C. I A. Gray, Ftohert Gift. W in. Green. W. M. ' (tonlon. Kltjah Gross. A, J. Gnyair. TIko-j TIko-j TIko-j fhollf. Gyfio. John C. (.ales, fleo. W. God-! God-! God-! frey, John G. Hall. Mlehael Ilnwanl. An-idrew An-idrew An-idrew Huff. Fnu-tus Fnu-tus Fnu-tus Ilolnie. C. .V. Hum-line Hum-line Hum-line John D. Hunt, l.nrs Harsia.l, C. W. illills. Davi.j Hill, I.. W. Haefer. Henry : Holiiin. II. Hibbar.l. John Haukansnn. i Da v ill Ilarl. y. K. M. Hitelieoek. F. H. In-Isais. In-Isais. In-Isais. RiKiv. johnson, J. K. Johnson, C. H. ! Johnson. Jacob Jenny, Kriek Johnson. II. H. Johnson. John 1'. Johnson. Ira Keeney, l'. I.. Knaiipin. Lewis K i r I la ml. Herman I Knapp. Alex Ki-nnell. Ki-nnell. Ki-nnell. B. F. Kraebcl. G. jit. J. Liole J. M. LyoiiK. Itobl. I.yle, Foter ! I.nce. H. W". I.eviiiKS. S. R. I.lsial. W'rs-i W'rs-i W'rs-i ley Lambert. Thomas Lallan. W. L. l.ock- l.ock- liani, J. I!. Lnnc.ion, .1. T. Lueatt,. Jas. ' Lang. T. J. Lennon, F.il. Laurence, ('has. . 1onelv, I'anl Malan, John Mtilbery. C. H. TY6r-7ch)rttmtn:KT'' TY6r-7ch)rttmtn:KT'' TY6r-7ch)rttmtn:KT'' Mnrkftun. 'I'homas Murilie, W. H. Met en If. Ni'lson ; Miinsmi, L. C. Milehell. C. G. MesslK, ('has. .Man hisanlt , Jaime. Maxtleid, Wni. ' Miirkle, A, 11. .Miller, C. A. .Mor-an, .Mor-an, .Mor-an, S. D. .Murray. MU-ho MU-ho MU-ho Monilmiu. F. L. lli Koiviin, i lico. W. MeKav. W. F. McMillan, lino, P. RANGE Ai)i;-,Tor. Ai)i;-,Tor. Ai)i;-,Tor. G R Xiles. J L. O' Uriel R. Hn'e, II. Parish. C. S. Mullen, C. R. Xorrls, Waleruuin, T. M. Oreuii, !, Peter Oakley. X. A. Peek. Alherl I'h.'lps. W. H. Puble, Jailie'S Pelerson, A. II. 1'ep- 1'ep- r. Thomas H. lMers. E. J. l'aiisnu. A. Payne. Win Powers. JJ. J. Pearson, c. Fielvi tt. .V M. Rome. Davbl Royal, P. W .1.0 .1. J o .7 I'.. .1 .1. A Z. Norton. Poo AVm. Man-.li"lfl Man-.li"lfl Man-.li"lfl P, F.ilwai.l riosR.-v riosR.-v riosR.-v P, TP W. I toll. y. f'ot f'. ti. Weoavvai.l, 1 N, U.' Pl'ine.-lon Pl'ine.-lon Pl'ine.-lon o. P'( N.-vv N.-vv N.-vv Anlitli'll. 'e I7.J. Fi'ivs-n. Fi'ivs-n. Fi'ivs-n. 174 Hem!.1)! N... :. r st No M.l.Kt.r Tl.-nn.-r. Tl.-nn.-r. Tl.-nn.-r. Tl.-nn.-r. Tl.-nn.-r. Posi No. to. hi VV S. 1 Innell. I'.,t No. 1 1 - IP r.lrbntl Pf-i'l. Pf-i'l. Pf-i'l. ri-.Ineoh ri-.Ineoh ri-.Ineoh Toel. Post T , F. Feline. P N. Tli.,nips.:,n Post eominan(ier the assistant adj n ,f n comraile for appointment de-onmn de-onmn de-onmn Irresneerive of t hr The .pt.n i;k inter. '!:: n Plum APnne.-ipol:" APnne.-ipol:" APnne.-ipol:" , !!. I'ltnnoe i a!a No. I.:.. ilrav Fin are aslieij to sum 'o ; ant (jrneral i he nati.e i as nu able- able- , above list, i soleele.I EhoalJ ho elllilta-feS elllilta-feS elllilta-feS Vino: ami will devote time ami effort to . Inerecse our meiiibersnip, ami sere ine j (leiaruiit-nt (leiaruiit-nt (leiaruiit-nt eominan.ler in every possible j To .In m eommissious will he, Issued! In flue time. They are expecte.l to net ; a-s a-s a-s rteruiilng offii-era offii-era offii-era to swell our ranks, ; lo a number exeeediug all our expeeta- expeeta- lions by AuctsI next. i The mouth of June has beeii largely Bevoted In years past to district encampments, encampments, and officers of theae organisations ure remlmleil that if It. is possible; dalc fhnulil be so arranged that there will be Do conllietitiE dates. The department officers will make every to aimml them, and to this end il is liopeil that the assistant adjutant general general vill be consuUed and an efTort nifldo in pri-ien. pri-ien. pri-ien. elashlns as they cannot attend ulufereiu places on same days. The southwestern district has notified Ihej-e Ihej-e Ihej-e headquarter. ihrouzh its einii-mamler einii-mamler einii-mamler Comrado I'l.ilo Harris, that their ' , n. anipment will be held at Luverue. June p., Hi) and L'l. They plan for a Krand r;.lly of eomiaibs and friends. Camp fires should be anaiiRed for especially especially by post? that hae not learned Their exeei'dina; helpfulness and (here are ninny such. The department commander lirfTes the smaller posts lo arrange wi'h 1he assistant adjutant general lor one early in the year. The campaign must be pushed with vim and ardor and from Tioiv on the department officers expect to lie at I he call of posts neediiiK I he im- im- s Mi I t' i i). if. Jos. Roblehand. TiunFhy Hyon. Clias. Rye,! ! John Roddy, llnlien Rid.iuson. 1). H. Rob-; Rob-; Rob-; !ins. J. 11 Rolf. F. A. Koeers. J. II. Rob- Rob- ; : Insnn. W, T. R.-mmeler. R.-mmeler. R.-mmeler. J. W. Roberts, j W. S. Reed. R. Richardson. Ma I hew Red-; Red-; Red-; mond. 11. W. Roberts. Stephen Rosve, : .1. !!. Record. M . I!. Roberts. A. T. Rus-isel. Rus-isel. Rus-isel. Wm. Smiley. C. 11. Kcott, Wni. She-'han. She-'han. She-'han. . A Spa nl dint;. Adelbl Swanheini, R. R. Sposser, Gits Swenson, J. U. Sprins- Sprins- er, .1. S. Sutoon. C. . Silt tou. O. K. Spear, Thus. Siacy. Juei Sabin, X. C. Smith. I' I A.-Smlih. A.-Smlih. A.-Smlih. J. F. Savvyer. Ira A. Seott. W. j P. Sprin-'le, Sprin-'le, Sprin-'le, 1. W. Sewell. S. S. Sumner, j M. V. li. Sutherland. Aranda Smith, W. H. Stacy. Jeff Terry," S. Talofson, Clarence j Thornton. C. M. Tillotsoti. Geo. Tobin, ; A. F. Thompson. John Tlerney. F. 'an- 'an- dresser. J. W. Walsh, L. A. Ware. A. J. ! Weinhiiiier. It. L. Woodworlh, R. A. Wheeler. (1. K. Woodnilf; J. C. Wilson, j Kphrlain Whliney, Klijah West, Kil jWlueler, John Wilson, J. M. William, j Isaac Wetstsurt, James Melan. ! I.AUIES OF THE G. A. R. ! Columbia Circle, held their regular ; iueetlni! Saturday aflornoon. April 11, at , the. hall, 17 Seventh street south. On account of the inclemency of the neither the attendance was small, but made up in enthusiabin. One application j was balloted ou and one more reported, j Sister IJarnum, national junior vice , president, was present and spoke at i length on what was expected of each t circle during the time of the convention ! week. Several members from each eir-j eir-j eir-j cli were appointed on yonimittees, and much Interest was manifested. The j i le pledged JJO toward a fund for ; entertainment of national delegates. .Mrs. Dora Burecss. who is ill at j Abbott hospital, was reported better and will be ulad lo have any of the sisters call on her. The circle voted lo send : her some ICaster lilies. The next regular meet lug w ill be held ! Saturday, April 2X, and if is hoped that j the members will turn out well. Hbe Clrile Sewing society will hold a nice ling luesday aiieniooit at the home of the president, 1122 Seventeenth street east. The sick members are reported much better. The circle will hold regular meetings the second and fourth Mondays of every mouih at. the hall. Ladies' Auxiliary Xo. (i. Sous of Veterans, Veterans, will hold their next regular meeting meeting Wednesday, April is. at their bail at I:.',!'. A full attendance Is desired, as t In re will be an initiation. In the evening evening the ladles will give a basket social at the home of the president, II Twenty-ninth Twenty-ninth Twenty-ninth si reet west. The Sawing society of Gettysburg C'ir-, C'ir-, C'ir-, cle will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of the president, Mrs. Clara Sherman, 27ns Fifteenth avenue south. A good attendance Is requested. Oliver P. Morton Corps will hold their regular meeting Saturday evening, April L'J. Two candidates will be initiated. Mrs. J. M. Ryan will entertain the corps st cards Thursday afternoon. April 1 -, -, ' M ON I ilpzzzztiz: i 1 -12 -12 . ! '? l-A l-A l-A ,, f ' ; j Jsa -i -i i i jo. MO IN. j 5V2. :: m $ ; -a -a ,ux & I Vs W 34 - .vW s I-) I-) I-) .- .- . 1 I 1 izT I r j i Minneapolis Chicago Dtiluth Kansas City St. Louis New York Winnipeg RANGE Wheat May July Septpmbep Oats May No No. 1 1 bard. northern. ,1 yellow 3 white No. No Rye. otj'. rci f.7 llarley. KK'i'o Kla, 1.17's. cir- cir- the , the Vetus that such gatberiiiKH always Rive, j jy, at her home. 0il Ninth street south Mrs. ilracy Is reported to be very ill. W'e can aid you if you will only do your J'arl'ft by arranging the date and KettitiK 1 he coinrades', the ladies and the citizens pemraily aroused to curiously enquire what a camp fire is.' Yon "push i)ie bill-Inn" bill-Inn" bill-Inn" and we will do the rest. There Is no expense attending these can,)) tires, no fat as the transportation of department officers is concerned. Thai, Is paid cut of our held work fund. They expect to be tared for while with you, tabt is all. The larur and si router ios!s are not barred, of course, but it 1-t 1-t 1-t the smaller and weaker ones that The department entnmahder desires to help. it is hop. d wdl act busv alone and your r.ipies.s will receive response from the .! pa n inein Ail pus! this lire. 6 h"ar'y Cflltei-- Cflltei-- Cflltei-- I! command of LEVI UJN(,l'KI.I.iiY. Deiiart ment. I'oiniuaa.le Ati.-st Ati.-st Ati.-st fit i 8. Clark, Awt. Adjl.-On'l. Adjl.-On'l. Adjl.-On'l. , Lincoln Circle Sewing aociety will meet Ivvith Mrs. Huuiphrey, 1520 ciinton ate-i ate-i ate-i nu". Wednesday, April IS, for all day. V. K. C. Apponiattoi corps met Friday nixht. Two were elected to membership and two will bo balloted on at the next meeting, i The delegate to the department convention convention read a very interesting report. The Kaster simper which was planned for April l'i was postponed until Tues-, Tues-, Tues-, day. April "i. ! Dudley V. (base corps will give a ! social and musical entertainment, at the Soldiers' homo, Wednesday evening, April Is. al 7.3n. All members of the corps are asked to take donations of canned rruits or Jellies tor the hospital. A large : at tendance Is desired. Wheat May July Septemher Corn-May Corn-May Corn-May July Scpieiuber Oats-May Oats-May Oats-May July t-epieinher t-epieinher t-epieinher I'ui'k Mav Julv Lard-May Lard-May Lard-May Julv II ibs-.May ibs-.May ibs-.May July BETTER II u inii tereil Ool- Ool- ltr NL. imllMTeat Mrouu (null A il lunrr C 1'rlniary WHEAT Minneapolis, Ditluth, cars Chicago, cars St, Louis, bus Kansas City. Winnipeg, cars this point the mil and fa r v snap out of ! MINNHAI'Ol.ia MKHCE, April ! tiers at the curb advanced KOii Ample n.iar f'ld Rol.l.e.s In the new e rains of last Friday evening, lance a' the meet tint of those 1'atli: V pi In Irt'uaJJ of tile Wini'oii: light, lieverili. l.-ss, l.-ss, l.-ss, lb. Veil done an appro.- appro.- al, r'-tnaiins r'-tnaiins r'-tnaiins lor tht To come and b nee or the comrad. 5ng sta'.-. sta'.-. sta'.-. rionietn'p. 3ng they are to me. It'lHiOn liioclv (liii, Jor a nio'iien!. 'ha viihoui vim. Now IJ ay our local' . ISCONSIN VETICH AN.s. t rs for the ilauger stales reu'iion have been scented oin house. Owing to the (he atten-itn atten-itn atten-itn crested in veterans, was commit I e have ible duty. It now r boys in tho city, u for the conveni-roin conveni-roin conveni-roin our in iglibor-nexi iglibor-nexi iglibor-nexi I'ridiy ecini-anam ecini-anam ecini-anam In room 1.28. no' of you think we can j:et along v our t ime to dis- dis- There was a Small attendance at L. I'. I'luiniuer corps I'rnlay nighi. owins to the rain. The Socliil club was well at-teiidid at-teiidid at-teiidid mid much work (lone. The post will entertain the members of the corps next. Friday evening with un ovster Hopper. Hopper. Tio- Tio- -.iate -.iate fair i oinmit i.-e i.-e i.-e of the l'ed- l'ed- . eiaiioii in vvuinens Holier I'orps WI ; meet Saturday an. moon al j in the county commissioners.' room In t lie It courthouse, limiKLT WATSON. L-.st L-.st L-.st II,,! corps en;o Tiepar; men: Mrs. Ida K 01 the Wo'iia J':. 't Na i'.,i-.: i'.,i-.: i'.,i-.: Toiaioe l'i ui Mr-:, Mr-:, Mr-:, :!;, riiii the af-tnoon af-tnoon af-tnoon rianiiiiic.:.'!' Jain, to in. ; 4ng of po-i po-i po-i Hie reel', 1 1 ,,c The 'Ol :ii ,i , ted by !'..,' I'm! No HI NieliOlai. roer Pi'." Jng a pi t l.i.n Mar- Mar- s It t o t !c (f j . Lo; "II d. ,.nd dloe lecl.ll pet) - il! Of l.l.i.'O' I; Is Important to Keep Your Mouth j Clean i And free from microbes, not only In ! order to preserve your te"th and to ! avoid making yourself disl.greeablo to others by your foul breath, but ilso for- for- l gener'il sanitary reaspr.s. The loss of your natural leeili is Irre-far.ible. Irre-far.ible. Irre-far.ible. The dentist's art iray givo a parual compeiisa! ion. b;it the,) th,. dim-liri's dim-liri's dim-liri's chair is a rink of tori lire, to say poiliiig of (he big bill which iollows. 1.4 Is .nil aiii h : iure ki nsi bio to lake such i i afoot your tooth 'ha' ibeir usef nines ii' .1 beauty will t.e prcs.'rv.'d -wl -wl : ho.u torture ao-1 ao-1 ao-1 witliout dentist's bills? For thai purpose .lotiiing clso is eiiual lo the daily use of Iir I'. I iak:ir.rson's S.ilubiiii. , tine teaspoai.i'ul in a half tumbler. ul of water iwuriu ater is picferablei should be ils.J eery uioi'iilng and eight for f,aiglii,, 'borough rinsing of '.he mouth, and lar'ful brushing of Hie teeth. I' oitr breath is fne.l. voir stomaih s in in 'd of in aniivep'ic, for whlcb piir- piir- Hharply. The rather is whollv bad weather. given out I he con-slderahlv for was less desire to carry iheir and quite a Tlo.ru vioro price; the only Huda I'esili, 30 o'clock i Southwest was ihe condition I Thu report anything lit I has eoini! from The opinion j government jdilion has ! bumiier crop ' was a noie of ': heard in the ' Tho cash Offerings were si lera lion the ami tile d 'in;. noitli-cm sold ;".' cm 'l1' i" vi r. were lend' at 'tors are .and at present sample market. t 'lea rn nces moveinei.t nothing in 'lie .iay cloved Minn, ,.1.,,'its -i'uIi -i'uIi i n ,i,i; 1 1 l'i i As the Auinist t Jreserit Hlbl'eS- Hlbl'eS- f omrades of Co-order Co-order Co-order that Do1 ie a:1 ) , ,t ''mill s in ',, lo of U'jrc e.i c lit i. !'l IP a y be ei ir-en ir-en ir-en made Vei n susper ;iis'aied a! 1 ;pT' died a fol in :h fit'-n fit'-n fit'-n i nd da'e of (! vi nd t.aine 41.' Alvlo K. Lu c a '1 Im"1 n't! 2 i 1, 1 iii-iu iii-iu iii-iu W l.' i I t V tl.H b- b- follow -in -in a- a- i.amed Murgni) posi, in imporiani tneei liR!, A i' ra 1 : p e p 1 t,i 0 s have "!!' who may have d n r.' li. P'lae. uo lo iter 'ntolilr rfol of a tFaspoonfu! nigh'. The very nest rern.-d rern.-d rern.-d nun drop of Salobrin imroduced Int.) the hollow tooth s'.op the lie he Instant ly. Or Icep .diluted wttb wertii water. In the vliite." and epply a conipress of ; exIi-i'Milly exIi-i'Milly exIi-i'Milly on the che"k. r, n;t d t xlsi s t ban half liv.itmi '."iiler mixed win of Salttbrln, ranrniriK anJ. for looilmi'he is a iif.le cotton, It will Snlubrin mouth ;j Siiliii.riri ill s o I!. I. o Ills O ill' . llll i Del! i. 1 'II , I s. in. is o liner. Mav .i,,v .Iclv tll'v .I'll V STATE 1 , 1(4.1 .VI' X of any ii.i.t i ' s Mil! a'an 2 o'cloi $.6.00On4; Way Settlers' Pate V!a Soo Line to North Dakota Points $6.00. , ) SI . I.i I-os I-os I-os Ho Tt uuuKift aio as follow; Nor I her mich r. M il s..i r..,.'- r..,.'- !!' i'l tor lu :i iieltotd at ih.. infor.iin! ion pno ini: Ai ' -I'M' -I'M' 1 b Ab x Aycrs, I gouts Third street. pi M oo.soia rate of $1'.. Voi tickeu call Sot, v"L4 a ad ii fur-at fur-at fur-at 1)0 j do fiado

Clipped from Star Tribune16 Apr 1906, MonPage 6

Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota)16 Apr 1906, MonPage 6
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