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L,» VOL. XVlfl, N(i 45 |DV»s"k D-J r.fo. i NEW S. D1 re. Bi I i cr.rn^ 1 VOL. XV. NO ir. v PRKEBORN Tbe in tit very from out seta lutelvthe'S icstthiti' We you a nfree. Tel* il tell you •LL E CITY. 1 ,E e li"e li inery. e Stove*] •ck heft *8t)I-«iHli»t--Dl8oae«'6 i" if Fv*. K'ir- N*Pf »nrt Tliroal—At Ortou davrt of month. [10MK HMTENrMiS. •IIi AT"Thursday 59 cents. lliiiery goods at greatly re & pri^s at Heggelund & Ict'arthy'^ The ladies aid society will meet Mrs. Thayer Thursday, ui\' 8th. Miss Ida Fink, of Bir Stone V was calling upon Milbank •Js Wednesday. .fi. San ford is enjoying a from her sister, Mrs. Fer a, of Minneapolis. smeniber Dr. Ross will be only one week. He will at Hotel St. Hubert. e ladies of the Catholic cli will serve dinner Satur north of Poppie's drug store, L'-tleMiss Myrtle Hooper of v.liiJison, Minn., is visiting v, the family of M. II. "Wise- A V. Ferrin, ol Melrose town last Tuesday shipped a car of eat lie to the St. Paul ket. Mrs. 0. W. Merry returned Wednesday from a month's with friends and relatives Y/isconsm. I ra't forgot the grand fret et parade at 12:30 (.'clock, 14, given by ihe (loll mar cii'c toys ibe iatos styles and ions in millinery at Hegge l& McCarthy's, and at prices beat them all. i. M. Knight the real estate ..of (-Jiouvee, was up looking his rant county interests Isesdav. [die many friends of John E. praa are congratulating him a the arrival of a bright kittle ghter la.it week. 'ir. E. L. Merry and wife, who ebeen visiting with Milbank ?nds, returned to their Minne hoine Tuesday. A. "Williams, one of the ae young farmers of Twin was attending to mat at the count}7 seat Friday. Shannon of Grace*/ilie, visiting friends in Milbank Jg the week, and visited the S. chapter Monday even- ge liaruey has closed up w!i ^r anil gone to Minne fiad will spend four or live sui trees awlj yew. want to at any s we can nnember is* w'. Ami''" s yourr that city and at Iris old -u Owatonna. ht.i.a the dentist will be f.: some time after July 1J I all interested will take Ih ce and govern tlieni nccordingly. V/illia Oeliler of Grant '-.'ho with Ed. Fahmer of has been attending Naperviile, 111., has re ouie to spend the vaca- J- W. Ross, Dentist, will 'el St. Hubert one week ing Monday, July 5th. mira band has secured magniscope for an en- 1:11 -lent- to be given at Revil- 1 as program is prepared. for date and other '•••rs. -'ohn S packman, of Sioux 'Vi|-^has been visiting at "f for some time, visited \r!',,ads in Milbank last Fri uli3 returning to her home Falls. ^illbrandt, while coming 1 the^ iirst of the week a boy's coa^. j^n ||10 rf)adbe- A. \Vil!if|.ma, farm MTld Williams' farm and owner may have same st the office. the in The Grant Center Evangelical society let the contract yester day for their church building, upon which work will shortly be commenced. Henry Port, the pump uian, who has been absent in Chicago for a couple of months, returned the iirst of the week to take up his work, but leaving the family in Chicago for the present. Sup't Aldrieh left for Brook ings the tirst of the week, where he will attend the commence ment exercises and the annual alumni banquet at which latter function he is to act as toa-.t maste -. Rev. W. F. Minly, of Brit ton, was a visitor in the city Wednes day. He was on his way home from Asbury hospital, Minne apolis, where he had submitted School Farmers' bulletin No. .VI, "Some Common Birds in their Relation to Agriculture" has been stmt to each teacher iu Grant county by tho Department of Agriculture-, at he reeae-... Sup't Aldrieh. A number of the G. A. R. Mr, Henry Mitrhy.i. 'he .ar ber, has inri'e.i.-e n.s h.-rc.. Tuesday a "litHe shaver" ha1. demanded a cnair at tno Mit !ir-v- ide and called oal v. it li as much solemnity a.- i-" had aiway ::eeu three a ua-.n.••••!• the barber's .mion. T. K. Siur Acl-iin Li Thunder and J.). J.. Robert.- ton Indians.--Sisse'.e.i ^tanourn Rev. J. E. Ingham,_ of .Mazep- IXI, 1 Gollmar Eros, advertise! the best ~5c show evr-r exlnoited in the western country and they were true to their word. shows soon MILBANK, 8. D., FIJI DAT, JULY 2,1807. post, relief corps and frieuds "Wednes day drove over to the la'. h» farm of L. J. Ludloll", wli-- -e were met by delegation.-. e-.i J.^ig Stone and Grtonvillr. . l»icnic indulged in. The Misses Anna and .aara Rodirers v.'ent to Minneapolis he tij-st of the week, tIk1 former attend tin* Archibald basiness college and the hatter to take1 tho summer term a1 t'te Te vh-'-r s class in the uni Mr. Thomas Kennedy. \\, ster, came down last v.* i took in the band eo r.vnlioit oiu circus at Ortonvii:". lie has been sjH'iuling this \v». k visitr:ir.r with his si.-.ter, Mrs. Av. e. Mount, a,T*d !ishi:ir at the dan:. The ladies1' aid society wTill serve dinner Saturday, July 3, at the A. P. Lindquist building on Main street. Dinner -5 cts. Ice cream and lemonade will be served separately. Prof. Butler who was to assist in the Grant County Institute commencing July P.ith, has ac cepted a position as Institute In structor in a six o to a delicate surgical operation V.c iu the ear. cl"ldren. libraries have been ordered lately for the following schools: Alban No. 1, Miss Katie Kamps, 1 earlier Alban No. Mrs. W. E. Norton, teacher, and Alban No. Miss Marguerite Funk, tearher. ihan tii' latter. .,: tho sonarri Indians, left Sisset.ou r-r' S )ea.5in Wi'.sliington Wednestuiy to to.: niinu i and secure a payment this fail suec. -:ai of *'al),000 out of the principal va-e:: v, that Uncle Sam owes the Stsse- Sl, Minn., 0CCLi|)ied the Coiigie- i tiv.iiil'tr Ail'. gaiional pulpit last Sunday. Mr. The b.md t-' emim.-ii-'v" a to Mnish, and countrv in th out"|7e:ter very agreeaoie to of a Jnghani is a /(»nt leman and his usit Milbank made a numijor i)leasaut acipiaiutauces. Lei former miJibor and trioml Mr. W. M. Thomas family. All sneak of the shows on the ^hole iu nothing but words of praise. That no fakers bemngod u» tm( was also true.—(.a.leaonia J^it Caledonia, Mmnesota. Miss Mary McLean_ of W daughter of Rev. McLean, vi- rieSdsofthat place came me to attend the eampmeetmg at SimDson park last week and met a number of her Milbank friends. John Shelland, of Montevideo .jiospent a few days on the o-round. John has been studs medicine at a Minneapolis school and expects someanit to hang out his shingle as an M. P- weeks term at DeSmet, which will render it impossible for him to be here. The work in drawing will be given by Miss Lilian Lancaster, the primary instructor. Gollmar Bros, run a strictly moral and refined up-to-date 25c circus. We cannot say enough in praiseof them: also the gentle manly way in which they, as well as their employes, treat all with whom they come in contact, especially the ladies and little This year their shows are greatly enlarged and im proved and is a rare treat to any one to see. We wish them suc cess.— Baraboo (Wis.) Democrat One of the inconveniences which many people have felt has jbeeii the lack of a correct ma]) of i Milbank for office or store. This has been supplied by Mr. J. E. Truran, who has shown his skill in the splendid county ma]) which he recently produced, and helms now made a complete and correct map ei" e:e city, includlngall the addit o.according to the county records. Mr. Truran is furnish ing prints of the plat for a dollar. A. E. Carhart, pr- -nt of the ,.n:saloon league lie state, w"ho has been holding meetings in the northern part of tho slate was in the city between trains Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Carhart is far from being dis couraged with the temperance o-.itlook in the state, and feels as 'sured that the unwise action of invitinsr the return of the iicens be repealed in sthe work of more ana -iloon featr e. e i i 'and i: was Tlnu ,. tht the Llol'e he! lung-, hed t: to John mggy re -mus» iu.sk •o if A ttrivc through the county at the jiresent time shows unmis ttikably that the growing crops iu this locality va-re never at tliis season ol the y r-r in a more promising condition. Tne copi ous rains and favorable weadiei growT small grain and it would undoubtedly mature *a it ho ut any more nn Asture. In fact the more probable danger is likely that of rust if succeeding rains should be followed by hot weather. Wlnio corn mis been showing np in but poor shape the ores en weather is domg wonders for it, and it i.y come out all right. If no unforseen calamity conies for the next live or six weeks Grant county will harvest one of the greatest crops in its history. given a 3-emarkable to the S. F. Reeve, of Ortonville, has put up a photographer's tent at the rear of Fossum's shoe shop. The Volkmar Kids went to Big Stone Saturday and beat the Big Stone nine in a score of 5 to 3. William, a younger brother of E. Emanuel, came out from V\ is consin this week and is visiting the family here. The annual meeting of the Milbank bible society will be held at the M. E. church Sun day evening, July 4tli, and the public are cordially invited. Two arrests anVl fines made for drunkenness the first of the week, and another victim of fire water enthusiasm just escaped by "the skin of his teeth" the meshes of the law. Rev. Williams received an in vitation to make the fourth of July address at tho eeleb rat ion at Plankington, but was unable to arrange matters so as to comply with the request. "Wood Bros, a e i weJ re. i 00 ya i.'ti si. cent-. Fai men's fo O: •ri the •et in .! ohn- ]r.uui w i most on: :e .ie-uj-nai r, v. pre :'i" n start extent of i can turn drilled, belter rqui]^)- ed, b( ,tter lo^]dng and better be haved banos itne om the towns tha\ were represented in Ortonville th:, great festival week'. €oTtsolid exhibiting a new machine called the Harvest er King. It has a draft similar to a header with a binder attach ment, and makes a 1- foot cut. Notwithstanding the long cut it is said to do perfect woriv. Fourth of July Program. Sunrise -Anvil Salute. 'ia. m.—Parade to form at court i 11 use. iu a. ui.—Base ball game. 10:30 a. m.—Exercises at court house grounds. Tuir of War at close ol baseball game. 1 m.—Sports on Main street. Ladder climbing. Fat man's race. i Joys' foot race. blo\v bicycle race. 2 x. m.— Horse races and bicycle races at. fair grounds. y p. in.—Free exhibition of Prof. Rust's magniscope on Mam ireet. lance. wery nir/A-: iie foo aire (2'ai.r:er n vided .''I Free for all -, i e.i SI. •ace, lU'J yard:-, between Joe Fan,set, Fred P'nl Lo, Charlie Snteiiiie, and Tom Mehogdi.v --A vided Sh Tug of v o-. 'ween Milbank and the countr. -s5 to winner. Ba.--' ball .a.'ween Milbank and Grant county outsiiie -f Milbank.—slO to winner. Ladder rae n0 yards.s!. Divided :*'l, 50 cents. Bicyclerace, 3 miles, n to Grant coanty.—Si!0. Divided *lL\ s5. s3. Five ]or cent enirance and live jn-r cent additional iioni winners. Ladies' bicyclerace, half mile. —Sa. Divided S3, A s])eci:il purse of is o u r ed to competing biinds outskie of Milbank. The Big Stone City band will be here and the held is open, for any other band whien. may come to iLbank oil b.it ru' day, the third. Tho horfte racing with irses f(»r both days will be as follows: Friday, July 2 Colts race, trot or pace three years old or under, jv.irse £75. Half mile heats best 3 in 5. 2:40 Trot or pace purse 8.100. Mile heat best 3 in 5. Saturday, July 3—Free-for-all trot or pace—Purse sl25. Three minute trot or pace— Purse 6100 mile heats best 3 in 5. Free-for-all Running race Purse $50 half mile heats, best 2 in 3. Gone Into «i»c Free Lunch WoodBio" will serve a free lunch at their store every day during next week, commencing July 5th and ending July 10th. ited l)i- iee F«»..t race r-i- April 11. 1890 For general satisfaction, there is nothing like Dwigiit's Flour A report comes from Appleton that a tramp who attempted to strike the city marshal on tin head with an iron rod, while the hitter was driving him from the city, was shot and instantly kill ed by tin* marshal. The Methodist camp-meeting at Simpson Park was brought to a close last Monday. The rains of the hist day or two of the meetings prevented as large an attendance as had been had on former occasions, but notwith standing a season of interesting and profitable meetings were had. The arrangements for the next year look to the calling of a ten days meeting, including twoSun diiys. Arrangements are also on foot looking to the establish ment of an Ep worth League train ing school, at which a number of the most prominent leaders of international reputation in tin young peoples societies wnl be present. Messrs Ross and Kasson, who have just returned from a trip through Richland and Sargent counties in North Dakota and Marshall and Day counties, re port a very successful trip, with crops all along their route, ex cepting in the vicinity of Lang ford, in promising condition. Dr. Ivoss is well known as one of the most skillful dentists in the northwest, and the people when- he makes his visit-* are assured or first class work when placed in his hands. He expects to start out over the same route after a week in Milbank. Hv v puma F. iirowii. at thelionii-of Uie bti.k s ...in t.n.ut tVt.ti'r invviisliip i u Tuewitrty aftt t'ltnoii,.)une .Mr. Kiiward C. i huh, Mil,li., ami Mies Lou no Oi hh r, ui ciiicr township. The bride is »uo «»i tin* ver., estimable yoiuig uui.ic.-3 ol. u.' German community west town, and a large circle of fiuenc among whom siie has grown a fi'om childhiood. join in tend(*rin her their l.iudest wishes for hapiiiiu ---. The groom cea nee with" the Bethel mission work a: Duluth, and is vice pre- idem of tl»o association, and s spolren.tjf in the highest term-, by those who enjoy his acquahv ance. The young couple stare, for Duluth 'yesterday mornin.a, wh -re i hey will make their bona-. Mr. and Mrs Win. Ross wore A reehdents of a very pleasant sur prise last Tuesday, when the e a y o n i n a i n o i e west brought them a very ham some set three pieces of fur ture, comprising an easy ing chair for Mr. Ross, a so... ilar one for Mrs. Ross, and a. large ex ten-ion table. Both chairs and table are of elegan manufacture, the former bei-a handisomely and richly npke! stca-i-d, and the table pretti ai'ved, the wood work being :md ]resenting a most su s:a:itial appe.irance. The gi.t was from the fellow-workmen oi ^Ir. Ro-s, and will be long treas ured by him and his wife for li,e kindly "feeling which prompted the donors, it was accompanied by the following note: To William lJofs, iiiU' wi.C-liv-t: We ilif iinv'i.m a liiirh ap.'r —i of your n'-V atir-j ,.f muni ui.tlher.it. iii'j y »ur jnt'.iriiK'iit. in uikii,i uuto t».u.rtn.*.: -. hApninti' wi-hiiii.' t.i oihinSv.!'.' '•niHf'" l'i\vjiru.« yuiir vo\on tn« tmittini'iny, tliAt a may l». a frmii ami I ill,refill w ii'iv.-. 't'h it your ca.^aN6 nituiy nlid your troubles »!1 ••nttl' nue^' itio ir,niiy. wt I-,.'u to pr.'Sviit t-» yo'i tlnf •1-• nitimi'ir.li.) onr usti-cnK u-.ii tor it« mtri: .• worth mid ns att'i«fiuio8iftl of «Nr2i for you uni your irood Wito. a '0 tf-.iHiii t'livny* our i'ri'Ti'!.' wuh Will e ., v Huwli'.v H. Drum' John Ufi.cn -\"lfi or Atn!er»ou. corsj.'.H. R":ir. y Joiiu Wetrhoti. Feua i-i-r. Ahiin'w ti. Jo'ni Mason. AI.'A Ilhir.i. 'Tohn Ciiapinun. 1-eur Oiron. li irn- y Bt»utlr.):i. Ill tSie S!sow Bus'itit'ss. In line with the fashion of the season, Wood Bros, have ne into the show business. tee their exhibit of the famous Ma jestic Range. Biscuit baked in three minutes. Step in and see how it is done.