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From Our Exchange Table.
Webster World: A new law
goes into effect July 1 in tnis
state, which makes it a prison
offense to give beer or other li
quor or sell the same, even in a
licensed saloon to a man who has
ever taken a liquor cure.
It is a lead pipe cinch that if
Any man is brought up before
Judge Bouck and found guilty it
will go mighty hard with him.
Three Porks Montana Herald:
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Bradbury,
Mrs. R. O. Briggs and Mr. Mit
chell autoed up on the bench
iand last Sunday and while there
saw a small herd of aateiope.
Mrs. Briggs tookasQap shot of
the herd.
Aberdeen News: The liquor
interests of Sisseton will begin
tomorrow a tight to retain license
to operate. William Wallace of
Aberdeen will leave this evening
to .act as a referee in the case.
In the April election Sisseton
went dry by oae vote and the li
tiuo:' men are following the ex
ample of ttiose in Aberdeen aud
asking for a recount. The re
count give the election to the
wets by one majority'
Ortonville Jurna!: A quiet
wedding took place in this city
at 3:30 last Sun lay afternoon
when John E. Nordquist of Mil
bauk, and Mrs. Elizibeth Luff,
of this city were united in mar
riage by Rev. James A. Geer.
Judge M. I Matthews presented
the bride, while P. W. Sullivan.
Ben. E. Nordquist, Vivian and
Elsie Mitinson acted as witness
es. After the ceremony a sump
tuous wedding dinner was ser
ved The groom is an employee
on the Milwaukee road, while the
bride is well kno^vn in this c.ty
Summit Independent: Mrs.
Clara Bover who has been con
ducting the Grand Central Hotel
for the |ist six months has rent
ed the City Hotel in Milbank and
left to take possession Tuesday.
Her daughter, Mrs. Miller, and
Miss Holter left Tuesday even
Sisseton Standard: Miss
Bessie Croal leaves today f.»r
Sioux Fails, where she will join a
party of newspaper men and
their families, and go to Kansas
City, at which place they will
take a special train of the Nation
al Press association on a tour to
the exposition and other points
of interest in the west.
County Sunday School Convention
A good attendance at the sev
eral meetings of the Sunday
school convention was a feature
:f the annual meet ng this yeai,
puid a particularly tine program
Df music throughout Geo W.
Jdiller the general secretary,
ive some excellent addresses
nd instruction in Sjnday school
ork at all of the meetings. At
Sunday afternoon meeting it
as voted to hold the next annu
meeting at Big Stone. The
".Mowing officers were elected
the year: President—Geo
rk, Big Stone V. Pres —Mrs
A. Colter Sec—Lloyd W.
irsk Treas—J. A. Liggett
mentary Dept—Mrs. Church,
villo Home Dept—Mrs. Al
rt Patridge, Milbank Adult
ss—J. F. Schwantes, Milbank
icher training—Rev. W. T.
:mis, Big Stone Temperance
Prof. Souder, Milbank.
nfectlonery and I«*e Cream Parlor
The Adler building just north
the Herald-Advance office is
eing fitted up as an ice creain
arlor and confectionery store,
hich will be carried on by Jos
fa Erlandson and Frank Lind
ist. They are fitting the
ace in first-class style, and ex
ct to have it in running order
ext week.
Che Little Big Store" is the
of the new place opened
B. L. Geer on the south side
the Van Asch brick building
,Main street. The new store
ned for business this week
handles fruits, candies, pop
ft and peanuts, and will keep
»e city daily papers and other
fent literature on hand. Miss
Lewis is in charge of the
At Blsr Stone Lake July 2-11. A Fine
Program of Entertainment and
The Big Stone Chautauqua
which will consist of a nine day
program promises to be a fine
feast of good things along the
musical and literary lines.
On Friday evening Dana Wal
den the magician will give a pro
gram, and on Saturday following
the Chicago Male Quartet and
Walden will present a program
afternoon and evening.
Sunday, July 4, the Chicago
Male Quartet and the celebrated
lecturer P. Martin Simms will
combine to make an interesting
program for afternoon and even
Monday, July 9, will be South
Dakota and Minnesota day, and
the South Dakota State Band of
30 pieces will furnish music for
the day. Hon. Philo Hall, ex
congressman, of Brookings, will
represent South Dakota in an
address for the state and ex
governor A. O. Eberhart will
sneak for Minnesota
On Tuesday, July B, Prof.
Garnett Hedge, tenor soloist of
the Minneapo is Symphony or
chestra will render a number ot
tenor solos and the Dixie .Jubilee
singers, and Ash Davis the car
toonist will give a varied pro
gram, and on Wednesday the
Jubilee Singers and Prof. Hedge
will be the entertainers.
Thursday, July H, the Kuehn
Concert company and Bob Seeds
the lecturer, will be the after
noon and evening entertainers
On Friday afternoon and even
ing Lulu Tyler Gates, the dra
matic reader, and the Kuehn
Concert Company will have the
Saturday, July 10, Lulu Tyler
Gates wTill give readings, the
Apollo Concert Co., and Effie Ep
ton, reader and entertainer, and
the accordivu king, Siguur *6
Uellino will all contribute to the
program, and these same specal
ists will all join in the Sunday
afternoon and evening programs
The Grant County Normal In
stitute under County Superin
tendent Souder with President
E. C. PerUho of South Dakota
College, as platform manager
will convene at the chautauqua
grounds on July continuing to
July 10, inclusive. Supt Souder
has secured a fine faculty of in
structors, and the institute
promises to be one of the best
ever held in the count v.
Mrs. West by llieg.
Mrs. I I, Westby, who has
been ill for several months past,
died yesterday (Thursday) after
noon from a cancerous affliction
of the stomach. The news was
was received just as we go to
p/ess, and we are unable to pub
lish an obituary this week.
Double Wedding at Lallolt
A very pretty double wedding* was
celebrated at the Mission church in
Lallolt on the 23d inst. when Mi
Arthur Swanson. of LaBolt and Mi-s
Esther Englund, and Mr. Kdward
Swenson. of Stockholm and Miss
Ruth Englund were united in the bonds
of matrimony After the ceremony a
very enjoyable gatheringand feast was
had" at the Englund home. Both young
couples have long been residents of
southern part of the county, and a
host of friends join in wishing them
every happiness in their married life
The Trail Relay Itace
The splendid puns made in the relay
race from Chicago to Seattle last week
and which was made with nearly three
hours to spare from the schedule time,
indicates that the Yellowstone Trail
route to the Pacific is to become the
most popular of the overland routes
to the coast.
The unfortunate accident by which
one man lost his life near Seattle, is
a solemn warning- against high speed
ing on the highways. That the acci
dent was not really on the trail prop
er or in official connection with the
race, does not mitigate the warning of
danger in fast driving or racing on
the roads
Miss Marion Wood arrived
home from Milwaukee Tuesday,
having graduated from Downer
Seminary last week. Miss Wy
ant Wood, who had gone to at
tend the commencement exer
cises at Downer, returned with
her sister
Look out for the new story in
tl is paper next week—"Black is
White' by George Barr Mc
®hc fjerald-Sl&tianct'
Xttsie Lessons
The undersigned is prepared to give
instructions in music to beginners,
vocal and instrumental.
That Lucky Seren
Out of some sixty guesses
made by as many individuals at
the Mittelstaedt store, as to the
time of the arrival of the Chicago
letter at Seattle in the Yellow
stone trail relay race, Miss Lizzie
Sawatke, who is employed by
the W. M. Thomas family, came
the nearest to guessing the pre
cise time in which the trip was
made—putting it 97 hours
7 minutes and 7 seconds. The
actual time was 97 hours and 8
minutes. It is believed that Ed.
Emanuel had advised her in re
gard to that "lucky seven,'"after
he had gone into a trance that
lasted 7 hours, 7 minutes and 7
seconds, and all the young lady
had to do was to add the 90 to
these figures and she had a lead
cinch grip on the right numbers
Itreakn into House
Bert Martin, who had been
employed by Hans Brokema do
ing chores at different times,
was arrested and brought be
fore Justice Nixon Tuesday on a
charge of housebreaking While
Mr. Brokema was away Thurs
day night of last week, Martin
broke open the screen door and
forced himself into the sleeping
room occupied by Mrs. Brokema,
but the latter succeded in sum
moning assistance and had the
intruder, who was under the in
fluence of liquor, taken care of.
He pleaded guiltv and was sen
tenced to 30 days in jail and to
pay a fine of $4C. Without money
he will spend 50 days in jail.
Martin is one of the individu
als who was connected with the
burning of the old building on
Third street, when the man
Peterson lost his life in the fire
Authority to Wed
Clerk of Court Liggett has is
sued the following marriage li
censes during the week:
Mr. John Klysen and Miss
Petronella E. Peters, both of
Mr. John J. Popp of Waubay
and Miss Agnes Evans of Revillo
Mr. Floyd F. Blood, of Charles
City, Iowa, and Miss Mabel Gor
man of Castlewood
Fhor e 14(i S
MisMonary Society Notes
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society of the M. E. Church met May
21, at the home of Mrs. L. Thirsk.
Mrs. Lockhart led the devotional ser
vice, scripture. Luke 2 47-4!»: song,
Love to Tell the Story." The presi
dent presided at the meeting: topic for
the aiternoon. Our children's work at
home and abroad, leader, Mrs. E.
Harper. A very interesting program
had been arranged Mrs. Morrison
read from the study course, Christ
and the children: Mrs. Dotson read,
Children from Missionary fields help
ing to save America. Mrs. W. Harper,
The one great need of the world: Mrs.
Pay, Persian school boys: Mrs. Pat
ridge, Missionary children at work:
Mrs. Lockhart. Syrian girls at work
in summer, Mrs. Fuller was made a
life member at this meeting. After
the program the ladies had a verv
pleasant surprise for their president
in the form of a shower, some very
beautiful and useful gifts were given
by the society and friends. There
were l(i memtiers and 4 visitors, and
one new member was added to the
society. After the social hour, the
hostess eerved a delicious luncheon.
All went away feeling they had spent
a very pleasant and profitable after
noon at the Thirsk home.
Coming to the
Friday and Saturday, July
Jack & the Joker
in a Minature Rodeo. They will trans
port a section of the western plains to
the stage of the Comet Theatre. This
is a guaranteed attraction. Admission
15c & 25c in connecticn with the regu
ular program of moving pictures.
Two of (jrant County's Young People
Plight Their Faith and Fortunes
to Each Other
A very pretty wedding took
place on June 17, at 8 p. m. at
the home of Mr. and Mrs Rud
Berkner. Their daughter, Miss
Ora, was united in the holy bonds
of wedlock to Walter Pauli of
Grant Center. Rev. H. C. Haag
of Twin Brooks, the pastor of
the young people, officiated. The
home was beautifully decorated
with flowers. Only the immedi
ate relatives were present and
witnessed the ceremony. Mr.
Sidney Trapp was best man and
Miss Grace Koch, brides maid.
After the ceremony a fine wed
ding dinner was served.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Berkner, highly
respected citizens of Milbank.
She was born and grew to
womanhood in Grant county and
is a young lady of fine character.
The groom is the oldest son of
Mr and Mrs. Win Pauli and is a
promising young man. He also
grew to manhood in Grant coun
The young coup'e departed on
the midnight train for points in
Wisconsin, where they will spend
their honeymoon. They will
make their home on Mr. Pauli's
home farm.
The friends of the young
couple wish them a long and
happy married life.
Next Annual Krand Lodge Session to
l»e Held in Milbank
At the meeting of the grand
lodge Knights of Pythias at Ab
erdeen last week the Milbank
delegation, consisting of E H.
Benedict, Earl Lee, C. M. Bowe
and Frank Lindquist, secured
the next annual meeting of the
grand lodge for Milbank, and the
gathering will be held in this
city a year from now. The
Pythian Sisters meet at the same
time, and the gathering will
bring several hundred people to
District l"h Women
At tin,- annual meeting of the
Fifth District Convention of Fed
eration of Women's clubs, which
was held at Revillo last week,
the convention being the guest
of the Progressive Study club of
that place, a constitution and by
laws were adopted, and a very
pleasant and profitable gather
ing was had, a goodly number of
ladies of both the Excelsior and
Makocha clubs of this city auto
ing to Revillo and enjoying the
affair. Officers for the year were
elected as follows: President,
Mrs. H. E. Jones of Revillo
chairman, Mrs. Dr. Russell,
Watertown secretary, Mrs. W.
W. Downie, Milbank treasurer,
Mrs. Hannah Smith, Webster.
Had 70H Report—Fish Saved
Engineers Chas. Fox and Amos
Reeve had to send in a 70H re
port Thursday night of last week.
They were over at Haights on
Big Stone lake and were return
ing with a car of fish when the
rails spread. They walked in
about seven miles and had Jake
Hammer take the wrecking car
and engine out to the scene of
the accident—and he saved the
Sew Court House
Contract to be Let for the New
Building, Which Mill be Compl*1!*
ed Mext Year
According to the plans accept
ed by the county commissioners,
and furnished by Architect C. E.
Bell of Minneapolis, and now on
file at the court house, the build
ing will be 65x110 feet, and the
height from grade to cornice 40
feet from grade to top of dome
will be 63 ft.
Basement will consist of heat
ing plant, engine and storage
rooms, etc.
On the first or ground floor
will be located the sheriff's office
and private room, the county
commissioner's office, the county
surveyor's office and the latter's
private office. These will be
on the east side of the building.
On the west side will be located,
the office of the county superin
tendent and his private office.
women's rest room, farmers'
room, and the vaults for the
the county auditor, treasurer,
and register of deeds.
with register of deeds office and
private office and vault.
On the third floor on the east
side will be located the court
room, including Judge's cham
bers and library. There will be
a law library room in the north
adjoining the county attorney's
office, with a private office in the
northwest. This floor also has
two large jury rooms and two
witness rooms and a bailiff's
Separate contracts for erection
of building for heating, for
plumbing and for wiring will be
awarded at the July meeting of
the commissioners, and the build
ing will be completed by the fall
of 1910.
Cut Flowers
Cut ttowers for all special oc
casions can be secured promptly
and economically by ordering
Death of Ray (void
Ray Gold, the afflicted son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Gold of Big Stone,
died on the 22d inst., having been
failing for some time past. The
funeral was held yesterday afternoon.
The young man was tewenty.eight
years of age.
Kale Continues
Mrs. H. G. Port wishes to an
nounce that her special sale will
be continued during the coming
week. She intends to go on her
summer vacation about July 15th
and her goods must be closed
out by that time. She has some
splendid bargains in summer
dresses, millinery and other lines
You can't afford to miss these
bargains if you want anything in
ladies wear, but don't delay.
\V. R. Washburn, forman in the
Review otllce leaves Saturday for
Grand Rapids, Minn., for a three
months outing
Attorney Robt. Jones was called to
Napinee, Ont., on some professional
business la»t week and has been ab
sent during the week
Mr. Will Roberts who went to Red
field last week, returned the first of
the week, bringing Mrs. Roberts with
him for a visit to Milbank friends
Harold Finley, who has been living
with his father, Thos. Finley the past
year, returns to Zilla, Wash next
week to make his home with his grand
father, H. H. Green
Mrs. F. E. Roberts of Twin Brooks
has been fisiting with her sister Mrs.
Engebretson during the week while
having some dental work done
Editor Dolan returned home Tues
day after spending a week at his old
home at Madelia, Minn.
Mrs. B. W. Lanphier and
daughters, Miss Grace and Miss
Gladys, and son Ira arrived
from Brcotpogs, the tirst of the
week and will make their homo
here. Mr. Ira graduated in the
civil engineering course at the
state college this year, and is
now helping the county survey
or Buttier Smith.
On the second floor will be
found the county judge's office
with a private room and a record
room in the north. The county
treasurer's office with private
office and vaulton the southwest,
and the county auditor's office.
private office and vault in the
northwest. The commissioners'
meeting room and private office
will be just east of the county
auditor's room. The clerk of
court's office, vault and private
office will be in the northeast
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The southeast will be taken up janowska, now living in Canada,
Consolidated April
1»00l) ROADS DAY
Excellent Work Done Ml EHi
and West Roads
C'Tbe good roads day Tuesday, wtaidi
was made a holiday by the merchants
*nd business men of the citv proved a
great success, a big turnout of labor
ei s and teams failing into line. Some
40 teams were at work on the east line
and 2it) leads of gravel were put on
the trail line, a straight mile of the
road having been graveled if it had
been al) together. The western de
partment did not have as many teams
at work, and they id further to haul
the gravel, but good work was done,
the road being the north branch of
the trail.
the stores and business house* were
pretty well all closed for the day, and
the men were out upon the firing line.
At noon the ladies of the city, who
had organized themselves into a re
freshment committee, made their way
out to the trenches and supplied the
troops with hot coffee and an appetiz
ing lunch _th:it brought out the grati
tude of the laborers all along the line.
AH we go to press, work is leing
pushed on the north and south roads
from Milbank. and men and teams are
at work, in similar form to that of
1 uesday when the work was done on
the east and west lines, and dinner is
being served the same as on Tuesday.
Mrs. Peter Clausen Deceased
Mrs. Peter Clausen vlied at her home
hee on Sunday, June 2th, in the 63d
year of her age. The deceased lady
bad be^n a resident of Milbank since
]!»W, and previous to that had been a
resident of Kilborn township since
HMO. The deceased lady WHS born in
Cierinany in September. 1852. and emi«
grated to St. Ansger. Iowa, in 1872,
and in March. lHTJJ, was married to
her surviving husband, and they lo
cated on a 'arm near the above named
place, where 'hey lived for 17 vears
before coming to this county. The
deceased woman is survived by her
husband ami four children, Wm 'laus
en of Kilborn township, Mrs. Gustav
Mrs. Minnie Shanstrom of Parkers
Prairie, Minn., and Miss Tillie Claus-
en at the home here, and the absent
children all came to attend the funeral
which was held at the Evangelical
church Wednesday afternoon, iiev. C.
A. Bremer officiating
A Sear Calamity
Wm an Offering had a narrow
cape from a calamitous accident last
Saturday nitrht Ite was driving his
auto east of the junction switch and
as he was about to make the railroad
crossing someone called to him to
stop and he was just able to do so at
the edge of the track, in fact so close
that the passing locomotive brushed
ofl the electric lights from the machine,
but fortunately no one was hurt ail
though there were several grown
persons and some children in the car.
Fourth of July Celebration.
Don't forget that Milbank is going
to celebrate the national birthday on
and Hth of .July this year. A
leading attraction will be the exhibi
tion flight of a skilled av iator, who
will make a Might on both the 5th and
Hth of Julv. The machine will be
here for inspection on Saturdav, the
3d of I uly.
Good baseball games are billed top
the two celebration days, and the Ij*"
bolt band and the Eagles band will
furnish music, the celebration being
under the auspices of the Kagles band.
The managers of the c-lebration
are planning for an automobile ad
vertising trip to the surrounding
towns sometime during the cominy
Walter Fairchild returned
from Maokato this week, where
he had been attending a business
P. C. Rockwell returned ye§.
terday morning from Rochester,
where he had been receiving
medical treatment.
J,hn Young at the round
house received an invitation to
attend the weddiDg of his niece
a daughtpr of his oldest brother,
at Aberdeen this week, bni
could not get away at the time
Thos. Baruta, who was injured
by a bull a few weeks ago, still
has to have his arm in a sling,
but is now getting along all right.
The accident might have been a
more serious one had not Mr.
Baruta's boy frightened the ani
mal away when he did
Wm Pierce Cowles of Minne
apolis, was up looking over Mil.
bank last week. He was a resi
dent here in the early days of
the town's history, and was sur
prised and pleased at the growth
and change in appearance of the
residences since he was here
We have received cards ate
nouocing the commencement wu
ercises of the Northern Illiuois
State Normal school, which takes
place on the 24th inst, and in the
graduating class is Miss Jennit
Smull of Summit, and formerJf
of this city. The young tadjfe
Milbank friends will be p)ea«9d
to know that she has developed
particularly fiae
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