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a 1 i 1 k *, Royal makes the fnod pure, wholesome and delicious. "AkiK15 POWDER Absolutely Pur© ROYAL 1AKIN6 POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Mrs. H. C. Pew returned from the hospital at St. Paul laet week, consider ably improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman entertained a pariv of young people one evening last week in honor of Alisa Mary's sixteenth birthday. ULOO.tXING VALLEY. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Millarky gave a party in their new home a few days ago. Harvest will commence this week and be in full blast the first of next. The crop of wheat will probably not average 10 bu. per acre, Messrs. Ole and Theo. Nelson have been tastefully painting their new barns. They are buildings which are an orna ment to the town. The church social Saturday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Stevens was a very successful and pleasant aflair. (^uite a number from Summit were in attend ance among whom were Mr. and Mrs. K. Riley, Mrs. Burt Fuller, Mrs. John Jteiiberir, Mrs. Stevenson and Mrs. Mc D**rmilt. The Blooming Vailevites §re»ent wwre Mr. and Mrs. VV. 1. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Saunders, Misses Pratt, Saunders, Hnrdv, Flail and Clark. M^s-srs. Carttiuht and Pratt. A very satisfactory sum was raised frotn the ot ice cream which will be present ed to the pastor. TWIN f*COOKS 1 nCLIinSK. August 1?, 1897. Chas. Hart wa® on the sick list for a few days. Miss Clara Reeve visited friends in Big i?tone township last week. Mr. and Mrs. Rosa accompanied by Mrs. Barnell visited at J. II. Chapman's Sunday. August 11, 1897. Ben Converse lias moved into tta© old Azro Abbotts house. Mrs. H. G. Sunpkins who formerly lived here is back for a short visit. Aaron Clark has moved his buildings Irom the west to the east side of his farm. Mrs. T. A. Falls' health is not of the best and abt? i» under the doctor's care «t present. Han y Williams and Dan McPherson »re up Iroin Montevideo to remain during the threshing season. Geo, Egerr.aver has sold his house to 8. N. Hutchinson who will use it tor h«»M purposes—something Twiu Bnoks t« in need of. F. Johnson, the cheese maker, is making a gilt-edged article, and the demand for Twin IJ rook# cheese greatly exceeds the supply. Ed Whipple has built a stable. Whipple has a small herd of sheep and tnis year sold the Wool for 15 cl*. a It), and last year lie received but 10 ets. a lt. from the same firm. AKON. BIG VIOM: riTl'. Big Stone Heailliyht. Aug. 10, 1SS»7. rs. Harry Green field is reported a& improving from her very low condition. Albert Movius, of Abeuleen. visited with friends and relatives over Sue day. James Morrill acciedent.lv ran a tuul int« his hand one day last'week which inflicted a very painful wound. W.J. :ck, formerly superintendent of the Big Stone schools, but for the past .Ihree vears su|erini«udent of the Web ster schools spent Sunday with friends .here. The M. C. club. b*»»t.er known as the 'Musical Cat»," will give mj intertain inent at 8t. Charie* Hs'l August 'Jl. •The young people are practicing reg jilarly ami an interesting program will It* rendered. The proceeds are to he U**d in purcliNsiuif a bell (or the E church. Admission, adults 13c child. W -10c 1 tou..M4»a' Reporter, Aug. 7. }8Ui. I Clerk of Courts Perkins made a trip lo Sisseton yesterday by train. A 'y. I»abcock vv^ntto White R"ck las£ Friday and returned Monday. i W. Jay has placed an acetylene generator in the M. E. Parsonage, and I it lights up in good shape. The driver of the stage from Milbnnk is making excellent time, arriving nt Wiluiot wiln the mail nbout 10.i]0 A. Al. Wffi. Bretzke returned last Saturday evening via Browns Valley, from bis trip to Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Republican, Aug. 7, 1H97. Twelve new members were receivedj into the M. E. churc.i last Sunday. Fraucis Cummins yesterday received I her Shetland pony and is the happiest! child in town. The Misses Aeheah and Ada Wise i man of Milbank, visited with the Miss es Eastman and VVoll over Sunday. The old engine tliat blew up last Jail and killed Hiram Franks attracted a good deal of attention as it passed through the city Monday evening. Knute llegna is now the owner and will thor oughly repair it. The telephone line is now completed to this city and the citizens will be able to talk with Summit, Corona, Milbank and all other stations along ilie line to day. The headquarters will be at the Richardson House. T. J. Harris received notice of his ap pointment to the postmastetship of this place, and will probably take possession about Sept. 1st. The post office will be located in the old K. P. building oppo site the Richardson. We learn that Van Gordon, of Grant township, had a valuable horse stolen one night last week. Horse thieves seem to have a personal spile against the Gordon boys as this is the third horse they have lost in ttiis manner. A. T. Garson, who has had charge of the McCall, Webster & Co. tlat house for the past eight years, has been select ed from many applicants to have charge of the St. Anthony Dakota elevator at this place. Mr. Garson will enter on his new duties in a tew days. The hail storm of last week complete lv wiped out the crops of some of the best farmers in Ortly township. Among those whose crops were totally destroyed were Chas. Milges, Jake Lnti, Ed. Pond, E. Wright and \Vm. Lntf. Several others whose names we ^ere unable to learn, met with a like misfortune. For Over Fifty Years. MRS. TTINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been used tor chil dren teething. It soothes the child* softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cent a bottle. Sold by wolrcl all druggists throughout the IT. P. S. C. E. Convention. Endeavorers, Attention :-Please note special rate given by the railroads to the C. E. Convention to be held in Sioux Falls, Aug. 19th to the 22nd. inclusive. By kindness of the Western Pass. Ass'n a rate of a fare and one-lifth for the round trip from all points in So. Dak. has been granted, subject to the condition that one hundred delegates pre sent certificates of one fare tick ets to the convention from points from which the fare is more than fifty cents that such certificates be signed by the Secretary, Mr. TV. H. Mullins and by the joint ticket agent at Sioux Falls. After such signatures have been ob tained a return rate of one-fifth fare will be charged. What dele gates must do to secure it: (1) Buy a single trip ticket at the regular rate. (2) Ask your agent for a receipt for the fare paid in certificate form used to secure reduced rate on return trip. (3) Pat this certificates in the hands of Mr. Mullins, im mediately upon reaching the con vention hall, for the 'required signatures. (4) Upon presenting this certificate to the agent at! Sioux Falls he will sell jou a re turn ticket for one-fifth theregu lar fare. Please notice that the securing! of this reduced rate is dependent on our having one hundred cer-' tilicates signed as above. If all I the Endeavorers in attendance' are careful to call for these cer certificates when they start from I home and properly present them we will easily reach the number one hundred. Enquire of your local ticket agent for any farther particulars. Very truly, "We furnish the Alire»a "M j£:i .&> .Sf s Si j® i PRESS COMMITTEE OF '97. CASTORIA 'Js 7« b&ati ud CUldnn. $ is •*119 The New-York Weekly Tribune FOR EVERY member of EVE15Y family on EYEIJV farm in EYEUY village, in EVERY State or Territory. FOR .'education, FOR Noble Mauliood, FOB True Womanhood IT GIVES all important news of the Nation. IT GIVES all important news of the World. IT GIVES the most reliable market reports. IT GIVES brilliant and instructive editorials. IT GIVES fascinating short stories. IT GIVES an unexcelled agricultural department. IT GIVES scientific and mechanical information. IT GIVES illustrated fashion articles. IT GIVES humorous illustrations. IT GIVES entertainment to young and old. IT GIVES satisfaction every where to every body. HERALD-AD VANCE Y. Weekly Tribune" for $1.75 a year. CASH TN ADYAM all orders to i:, THE HEKALD-ADVANCE. "Write your name si ml Address on postal card* nend it to Geo. W. Building. New* York dry, anil a sample cojjyorTUE NlTw YORK WfchKI.1 TlillilMS vrill be mailed,to you. J. S. FARLEY Sells all kinds of HARDWARE AXl) Farm Machinery Headquarters for Leading Lines of Machinery, !|jj McCormick and Walter A, Wood jj| Mowers and Binders, Thomas and Holingsworth and other leading Hayrakes. y? Plymouth Binding Twine a Specialty, jp WOOD BROS. BLADDER 'P. ft t&. ARE 1 HE MOST FATAL OF ALL Q8Sa FOLEY'S ICiD^SEV CURg Is a guarenteed remedy for all KIDNEY and Diseases. THIS CREAT REMEDY IS SOUD BY N. J. BLESER, Milbank, S. 0. I give the BiJ can be made money. I use GOOD and do GOODI and I find it the long run, '0 Ask fo] (.<p></p>Mill- cjid. "N. !l'l I i k i It can't be for wear. Tin- CANNON & HEALY.i Do all kinds of Rim- nb Soedcr Teeth, first-class work. llOUSE-SJiflEl We havii in our en horse (shoer, who will i?iv this branch of the busine* INTERFERING. FORGILL QUARTER pi CRACKS i COJ Ami R11 Hoof Try us and be convifK Fresh Frj Fresh CoufwtH al'svays on i W8tlde!i's Rssi Von can Jl)"0 i Bakery ... nfall isli every *&• W. J. Wc-t 'III come fro®'' The best tfj in the f»r very to*1 from our sota ^*BI lutely tlie iest thatoj1 We scU trees "M 1 cvci. Nobody at any as good trees as we can The thing to remember »nd plants grow. AndW All we ask is your so we can send you a F** able information frc® lire, and we will tell you THE JEWELL LAKE CITY.