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The herald-advance. (Milbank, S.D.) 1890-1922, December 23, 1898, Image 8

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Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
WOVM. SAKHW SQWOTS CO., HEW YORK.
Hlft NTOKE CITY.
Bin Stone Headlight Dee-15.1898
E. 11. Phuii|8,x »ur l.ustliOR brick
manufacturer, has found it necessary
•rid new machinery for the next season's
trade which is coming taBt. He has
•or, n brick Mt in lh«* yard, living ship
ped this we^k tw i lo Milbunk and
•ne to Ode.»4u. H** IIH* n rontrnrt for
f00,0)0 brick for new buildings at Mil
kank and Ipswich to be erected in the
spring. The contract ca 1 fctthe sliip
nent of 75,000 per week which will re
quire a working force of fourteen or fif
teen men.
Mr. Phillips has purchased a Mascot
brick machine having a capacity of 20
•00 brick a day. He will also put in a
elay crusher which puts the clay in n
condition for turning out a better grade
ot brick.
Mr. Phillips Informs the HendTJtrht
that he expects to turn out 1,."KM,000
trick during the season of 1890. The
Headlight is pleased to learn that our
trick is meeting with approval in the
•mrketaof competition and predict that
file yard will develop into one of the larg
est in the northwest. That's the stuff!
O
Smith*
^patun
•f
STOniA.
,The Kind You Haw Always Bought
wiLnor
Cfcporter, Dec. 17, '98.
Jim Watson, of Milbank, WM ia town
tetween trains on Tuesday, having buei
•MS connected with the Presbyterian
vanse. We acknowledge pleasant
call.
C. E. McGowan and family departed
yesterday for a months visit with relatives
St his old home in Northern New York.
It is twelve years since he left there last,
&t] was then a single man, but now tak
es back with him wife and two little
girls.
The passengers on the train from
Milbank Friday morning, were treated
flo a view of a tine lake of several hund
»ed acres lying about half a mile from
ttie track on the east side. The west
Shore was dotted with farm houses and
groves» of trees and presented a very
•atural appearance. It was formed by
Slow bank of clouds lying along the
tMiern horizon and the view extended
trom just north of Milbank nearly to
Wilmot, when fcb* rising aun dispelled
the illusion.
••publican, Dec. IT,'98.
The first installment of the $50,000
Interest money due to the Sisseton In
dians was paid out the first of the week
the second ot $10,000 being now in prog
*•§&.
D. Eastman, who wa« »!«ted to the
petition of the commissioner of schools
Sod public lands at the late election,
Was visiting friends and relatives in this
•Vicinity the past week.
(]The {stock-holders of the Wtlmot
•reamery met last Saturday afternoon
Snd decided to levy assessment to pay
Bp the indebtedness of the company.
The directors of the company will meet
Ibis afternoon to make the assessment.
Treasurer Rickert and Auditor
8cl i wan tea came down trom disseton
Saturday last and moved their families
to that town. We are like the majority
0f our citizens, loth to see them go, hut
Unite with their many friends in wish
ing them prosperity in their new horn
Let Banners Wave.
Baking
fOWDER
UKVILI.O.
Keviilo Item, Dec. 15, 1*118.
The mother ot Mr. Edward Townsend
as recentlv inherited $20,000.00 by thf
leaih of her uncle. Th» 1 »d,v lives near
Pcughk'-epsie. N. Y. Mr. Townsend is
the representative of the Adam® Lum
ber Company at this place
Miss Hilda Paulson in making arrange
ments tor an entertainment a Christ
mas tree at her sc!o'»lhouse four miles
ea-t ol Revillo on Friday evening. Dec.
23, that beinjr the last day o! her present
term,
OA8TO
Bean
the The ^n(1
You
Signature
Haw Always Bought
KLM1RA
Dec. 18,1898.
The bard social at Mr. Garvey's Friday
night was a great success netting the
bovsabout §12.50.
Mr. and -Mrs. Sliorrack left for Minn
eapolis last Wednesday to be absent
several weeks. Mr. David Thomas is
Hiking care of the stock in their absence.
G. It. Earl made a business trip
to Nassau last week.
Mrs. Anthony LafountMH is on the
sick list.
Ed Senklml 1 and sister Too*are
*i«it-
tttg relatives in N. 0.
The Garvey's school will have a
Christmas tree Thursday evening.
Miss Van Sickler will leave Friday
morning for Minneapolis, where she will
spend the holidays.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP has been used for 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 cents a bottle.
Fine Cut Glass,
Silver Novelties,
E. P. MESMER, & CO.
Some states require a flag on every school house.
Be a patriot and put one on yours, because you
love "'Old Glory,"
Teach Children Patriotism.
The Omaha Weekly Bee has a plan whereby any school
district can secure a flag without taxation. Let the pu
pils get the flag and they will Jove it ail the more. Wfite
for particulars.
THREE SIZES OF FLACS-8-101 12 FEET.
If not a subscriber to The Weekly Bee, write for
sample, or send 10c for ten weeks trial. Only 65c
a year for the biggest and best Weekly in the west.
Jewelers,
Dr. Sawyer's Ukatine never
has, and we do not see how it can
fail to cure kidney disorders. It
gives nature the aid needed, and
nature thus aided never fails.
—At N. J. Bleser's.
Excursion Rates.
For the Christmas and New
Year holidays excursion tickets
will be sold within a distance of
200 miles, Dec. 24-25-26 and 31,
1898 and January 1st and 2nd,
1899, limited for continuous pas
sage in each direction and for
going passage commencing date
of sale, with final return limit up
to and including Jan. 4th, 1899,
at fare and a fifth for round trip.
F. MILLS, Agent.
DR. SAWYER'S
UKATINE
Cures kidney and liver diseases
THE WEEKLY BEE, Omaha
.1
Big Slaughter
But no Spaniards Killed.
Gents' Fur Coats,
Ladies' Misses' and
Childrens' Jackets,
At and Below Cost.
are slaughtering their
immense stock of
Ladies' Jackets that Sold
FOR $20.00 Now $15.00
44
18.00
1500
12.00
5.00
tt
u
it
We will give you Bargains on
12.00
10.00
7.00
3.75
44
Cliildrens' Jackets that Sold
FOR $7.oo Now $4.oo
6.oo 3.75
5.25 3.oo
We also have a large line of
Fur Collarettes,
and Muffs.
Fur Coats at Actual Cost
also
illinery at Actual Cost
We have now on our counters a large stock of
Holiday Goods
and owing to hard times we are selling goods
at a lower price than ever.
Call on us for Bargains.
•'Mo»»1hla Scoff!"
"A few ni^its apo," writes a Trans
vaal correspondent, "I, in company with
a chrnn, took a stroll round the Native
Location which lies about 200 yards
from the railway station. We made for
a row of huts, four in number, in the
front of which wood fires were burning.
"On reaching them we noticed the
natives were in the act of catching lo
custs, Hying ants and other queer look
ing insects which were swarming around
in hundreds, being attracted by the
bright light of the fire.
"After their wings had been singed
through coming in contact with the
fire, the insects were scooped into a
large hole dug in the sand. We waited
several minutes wondering what the
I motive for all this could be, when the
I niggers formed a circle round this hole
I and commenced taking out handfuls of
these hideous looking things and eating
I them.
"This, as we ascertained, formed the
niggers' evening meal, they informing
us it was 'mooshla scoff* (nicefood).
London Answers.
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mg thu utmost concern
A writer in
The S
he has s,en •pwrowj'jj*
mg mid litiiii'LtniL.
numb. had fall,
when a robin waB caD8ir,
paid no attentiou
-Jhe to,
paliDg
fct. John tells of a highly
whose cat brought him
nearly every day in
Jear
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