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Supt. John R. Brennan attended
court at Sioux Falls, April 2nd. O. C. Ross was transacting business in Bennet County for several days the past week. Maggie Ladeaux is clerking in the H. A. Dawson store while Mrs. Frank Moore is taking a vacation. Attorney Hastings Robertson was transacting business in Pine Ridge Saturday, April 14th. Judge George Stover and wife of Martin. S. D. were visiting in the Frark Moore home Tuesday, April 10th. Mrs. Hunter, the mother of Mrs. Dr. Cross arrived at Pine Ridge, April 4th, for an extended visit in her daughter's home. Mrs. A. F. Johnson and son Julius returned from an extended visit with Mrs. Johnson's people in Nova Scotia Saturday, April 14th. G. H. Harter, bookkeeper for J. D. Corder, and Miss McCauley were married April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Harter wijl make their home in Pine Ridge. Dr. Roland R. Cross returned Wednesday, April 12th from a sojourn of several days in the Mayo Hospital at Rochester, Minn., where he had been taking work in the institution and receiving treatment. Mrs. J. T. Brown accompanied Miss Boggess to Omaha where she was present at the Ing-Boggess wedding. After the wedding Mrs. Brown took in the sights of "Washington. D. C., re turning to Pine Ridge, on April 18th. General Hgettcp Stems: i H. James Ross of Martin visited at Pine Ridge the past few days. Mr. H. E. Wright has been in Rush ville on business for several days the past week Perry Moore has completely recov ered from a serious attack of Pleuro pneumonia. Chief Inspector E. B. Linnen tr ved April 11th. while Inspector C. M.Knight came April 13th. for work in an official capacity at Pine Ridge Agency. On Saturday night, April 21st, Mr. Linnen, Chief Inspector of the Indian Service, and Mr. Knight, Inspector or this district, were entertained at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stelzner. On Saturday afternoon, March 31st, Mrs. Brown and Miss Boggess enter tained the ladies of the Agency and Boarding School. Refreshments were served after a pleasant social after noon of games and fancywork. A message was received Thursday, April 19th, by Patrick Gunn telling of the death of his wife, Mrs. Gunn, who was in a hospital at Jamestown, S. D. Mr. Gunn left for Jamestown on the night's train from Rushville, Neb. The district farmers held their an nual meeting at the Agency on Fri day, April 9th. The message from Commissioner Sells, requesting in creased activity in the farming opera tions, was discussed and plans were laid for gardening and farming opera tions o:i the reservation, on a larger scale than ever before undertaken. 21.