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-.j jir-ff rl if •il i. "%"4 ••'I ROYAL F" S^OiT-. TP.r Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder Highest of all in leavening strength —Latent United States Government Food Report. Koyal Bilking Powder Co., 100 Wall St., N. Y. TWIN 1IHOOKS. July 1,1896 A number of farmers are haying. The series of ball games next week promises to be a success. The Umatilla Indian snow has come to town for a two weeks' stay. Harry Williams came up from Monte video on his wheel yesterday for a few days' visit with his brother Fred. iss Ella Hutchinson, who Las been sick fur some time, is nearly well now. She is at home. John II. Xeuenberg's parents, who were attending German camp meeting nt Big Stone, came out for a visit last week. ANox. ALB AN. June 29,1896. The weather is somewhat cooler. Miss Lizzie Bury has a new bicycle. Miss Clara Saueressig is visiting het sister Mrs. J. McFarland. Miss Maggie Funk closed a three months term of school in No. 6 Friday. Wednesday evening this section was visited by a heavy rain storm accom panied by bail and thunder. Miss Josie Roberts closed a vrry suc cessful term ot school in the Mason school Friday. Several of our young people will at tend the teacher's institute at Big Stone. The lake is a beautiful place and we hope they will all have a good time. Where are you going the Fourth? The majority of our people will tell you that they are going to get some fire crackers aud lemonade and stay at home, others will go to Big Stone, Apple ton, Kevillo. KID. MELROSE. July 1. 1896. Miss Claire Daniels, ot Milbank, is visiting Meirose friends this week. Miss Ilattie Campbell is visiting rela tives and friends near Marvin this week. The Corona Sunday school had a pro gram of Children's day exercises Sunday evening. Miss Belle Clark, of Corona, closed a successful term of school ia No. 6 this week. A number ot the young people of this vicinity are preparing to attend the teachers institute at Simpson park. There was a small attendance at Sun day school on account ot quite a number of the members attending Camp meet ing- We are pleased to ante thatour worthy townsman, J. C. Reeve, was elected a delegate to the state republican conven tion. Supt. Aldrich and Prof. Glrton visit|d school No. 2 last week. Mr. Aldri took a picture of the school with hie «'Kodak." Among those in attendance at the entertainment Friday night were J. M. Corskie and Misses Mabelle Corskie, Grace and Josephine Roberts, of Vernon, Mr. Morris Stanford and Miss Nellie Buzzel, of Grant Center, besides a num ber trom Corona and Kilborn. John Corskie closed a very successful term ot school in No. 2 Friday. An ex cellent program of exercises were ren dered in the evening to a very large audience. The following waa the pro gram. Opening Address J. A Corskie. Song Aiaswertb and Gerry. Recitation Mazel Campbell. Dialogue 2:40 Train. Song Misses Campbell. Tableau Embarking for Australia. Song Ainsworth and Oerry. Dialogue His Sweel Boquet. The "Mother Goose** Exercise Solo Clara Reeve. Dialogue The Prcposal. Pantocrine Xmaa. Song Mattie Kaiser. Dialogue Hiring a Servant. SOUR Rock-a-by-Baby. Hon Ainsworth and Gerry. Tableau Uoleful Scene. Dialogue Baby Show. Song-Marr Chapman and Pansay Amel. ftong Aineworth and Gerry. CiuaioK Address J. A. Ooiakie. ftSKPlJI Stuff. III.OOITICM- VAI.LE*. July 1,1896. Cnps are improving. The Waubay creamery started up Monday with 2400 pounds of milk. Mrs. F. W. A. Poppe and tamily ac companied bj Miss Hartning, of Mil bank, are visiting Mr. aud Mrs. I. O. Berg. Tom Stevens and wife were Milbank visitors Saturday last. Ed. Anderson, Mr. Johnson and An drew Madson attended the county con vention last Saturday. Theo. Glomstead is back from Minne sota. The Saunders, Pratt and Stevens families will celebrate the 4th at Sum mit. Aug. Hovland is doing some steam plowing for Andrew Peterson, lie is drawing 3 gang plows with his engine. Mr. Hovland has purchased a new threshing outfit with all the latest im provements. This gentleman is one of the best threshers in this vicinity and will be in great demand this tall. Henry Scharf has gone west with some cattle, and Mrs. Scharf ha9 been visiting in Milbank. Tlio Republican town caucus last Thursday was well attended and very enthusiastic. Resolutions were passed complimenting Mr. Gamble, Maj. Pick ler and Senator IVttigrew on their work in behalt of the free home bill also for the re-election of Hon. J. L. Lockhart. Seven delegates and alternates were elected to represent Blooming Valley and Farmington at the county conten tion and insti ucted to work for the elec tion of J. 1). Smull as a delegate to Aberdeen. The list of delegates appears in the report of the county convention. Road work is in full progress and is badly needed. mAZEPPA. July 1, 1886. Geo. Stoddard and Frank Purdy at tended the republican county convention Saturday as delegates from Mazeppa. The school picnic was a decided suc cess, four schools taking part. Mr. and Mrs. Avery spared nothing to make every one feel at home. Mr. Nichols happened aloug and took part wiih one of his fine organs. May his shadow never grow less. About 150 were in at tendance. Mrs. Carl Beskow is reported quite low from a general break down. C. W. Raikes and wife returned to their home at Watertown the 26th ult., after visiting at Big Stone a few days. Wm. Boice undertook to run the road grader during the absence of the boss, and lost the best part ot one of his big toes. Will says Mazeppa has a No.l fool killer and he will warrant it One ot the happiest men we have met is B. Archer, the cause ia the complete cure ot his little girl's lip by Dr. Kara, of Ortonville. Those of us that can will go to Sum mit the 4th to hear G. W. Case's oration. Our minister, Mr. Blank, will be with us one month longer which we are pleased to learn. That Indian Medicine Show at South Shore, has got most all the loose dimes Now.they are in Twin Brooks. Mrs. Hevener, of St. Paul, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mills this week. Quite a number of our people are at camp meeting. CnsxsK IT. IflLfflOl. Reporter, Jon* V, 1896. The encampment ef the Indian Y. M. C. A, on the Lake place at Big Stone lake, commenced the last ot the week and will continue for ten days or more. It is expected there will be a large at tendance. Dr. Eastman was in town Thursday and went to the oamp ground that evening. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lindquist had a narrow escape from death on Wednesday. She fell in to the cistern, but fortunately Charley Lindquist arrived at the house from the store just as the accident occurred and Immediately plunged in and rescued the little one, who is none the worse for her involuntary bath. Roberts County Repabltean. Jaaef7,18M Sheriff Babb returned yesterday from Sioux Falls, where he took John Ness, who was sentenced by Judge Andrews to two years in the penitentiary The first shipment of creamery butter waa made from this station last Wednes day and amounted to 1840 pounds. It was oonsigned to a New York house. The citizens of the Agenoy and Minion are doing good work in cleaning out the dens ot iniquity, which are opened during eaoh Xnditn payment. A United States muahal appeared on the soene the first c| tha week and ar rested several peoplo who saa supposed to be coaneoled wilfc Ike lad took them to AbaidMft a stJiJirr. Summit SS».June 18%. Ed. Hi ley has accepted a job with the the Austin Road Machine Co., and is working in the vicinity of Brookings at prt-seut. A strange accident occurred at the Agency last Thursday. The Indians were indulging in horse racing and other sports, when two horses came to gether with terrible force killing both animals instantly, atid seriously, if not fatally, injuriag both riders. IIIUSTONU. Blgstonc Headlight June 80,181)6. Wm. Hollands and wife are expected at the lake some time this week 8Dd they will remain for a month. S. S. Lockhart, county attorney, was in town Wednesday looking after the prosecution of the parties who burglar ized Paul Trapp's shoe store. There seems to be no question of the future success of the creamery. On Friday they received over 5,000 pounds ot milk, which more than places the in stitution on a paying basis. G. W. Pew has been entertaining a number ot relatives and friends the past week, among them being James Fl. Pew and family, J. M. Pew, J. S. Pew and family, and Miss Annie Murray. S. M. Pasco and family, of Milbnnk, will move into the Schafor cottage next Thursday. They usually occupy the place for five or six weeks during the summer, and they will be accompanied this season by several friends. Mr. Foy, ot the firm of Morrill & Fey, has removed to Benson, Minn. Mr. Foy is an expert in his line and we are sorry to have him leave us. He and his family take with them the best wishes of all for success in their new home. Dr. II. G. C. Rose, ot Milbank, is looking over some lake shore property with the view of erecting a large san itarium. The doctor will undoubtedly locate about midwav between the city and the camp ground. We hope to see the improvement made soon. Rev. A. D. Traveller, superintendent Home Mission. Chicago, who has been attending camp meeting the past week, returned home yesterday. Rev. Travel ler was at one time presiding elder of this district and has many friends here. He preached an interesting sermon at the camp grounds Sunday. A livery rig from Milbank met with an accident Friday evening just east of town. The driver, a young boy, was returning from Ortonville on his way home when the team became unman ageable and went over a bank. The driver was badly shaken up and the buggy tongue broken. After making repairs the rig started for home. TWO DUOW3ED. Fatal Accident on Bit Stone l.ake The first fatality on Big Stone Lake to be recorded for many years occurred Saturday morning about 4:30, resulting in the death of ltev. Geo. Williams of Bristol, S. D., and Abraham Jones, hardware merchant, of Butler, 8. D., and the miraculous escape ot young Sherwood, of Pierepont, S. D. The party came in on Friday night's train for a few days' fishing, and it was their first trip out. They started three in a boat, with two of them sitting to gether in the stern and the other in the middle rowing. The lake was rough and their boat was swamped by the waves. Dr. W. ». Bentley, of Gary, 8. D. and his cousin, Louis Bentley, of Brad ley, S. D., were out ia a boat fishing, about halt a mile from the party, when the doctor noticed two of the party struggling in the water and exclaimed to his cousin, "Lou, we'll have to go to help those people, they are in trouble. They started immediately for the scene as fast as they could go. They went to the rescue of Williams as Jones was swimming nicely toward shore, but Williams seemingly making hard work of it. Young Sherwood was sitting as tride the boat. When the doctor got within three or four rods both men went down and were lost. They never came to the surface after going down the first time. The party stayed in the vicinity for some time hoping to get the bodies, but failed on account of the depth ot the water preventing them frona anchoring. Word was sent to the city and grappling books sent out to drag the lake with. The water is about 11 feet deep where the bodies went down. Yesterday, about 12.30, the body of Rev. Williams was raised by the grap pling hooks and was immediately taken ashore. The coroner at Milbank was telegraphed for and is expected any time. Mr, 'Williams' body was in a very natural state, not being decomposed at all. This shows that the body undoubt edly went down in accounts spring water, which tor its face afler not coming to the aur- going down the first time. CLOSING OUT i| TAN SHOES At Cost, now is your chJ to buy A Good Shoe CV Ask to see Our Gloves we have good Glove for 20c a pair. Mens' Hose 3 pairs for 25c they are] hummers for the money. ANTELHAN, The Shoe k H« s ————... FOR- Furniture, Screen Doors, Trunlis, Carpets, Cliina MattinJ HENRY SCHAFER, is now located In A w-ii e The Central Meat Mai formerly carried on by F. E. Pli® He has for sale all the various kinds] Fresh. Smoked and Salted Meats kf in a first-class Meat Market, and' vites all of his former friends and, trons to call on him at his new pi! of business. 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