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1 ^*r 3 —the wholesome, old-fashioned tonic features The TensttSii Spiring attachment does away -with re -sharpening entirely and enables the user to set the ten sion on the rivet ao tl^4 atfj^ kind of material inay^be .cut with perfect "east-without tiring the hand. The Tension^'Spring takes op all wear on the invet, making the SHEARS practically indestructible. A simple turn the little thumb screw, -isbown in the engraving, tigWtyiw up the blades as close as may be desireos ^.ny womah wbo has bad the exasperating experience bt 'trying to xrae 4 dull pair of shears can readily appreciate "jKte valneoifthe new invention which keeps- this pair off f*m always,, ^»arp sad in cutting condition. ,f rynlitettie proverbial prophet who hardly creai his ortm town, "Blatz" has, fotfover a half century, the raost popular beer yqjat t* Pierre Dakotan: '-Herbert Greg ory, Examiner for the Insurance Department, was in the city yes terday. He had just returned from Alexandria where he was in strumental thru the aid of the state's attorney of Hanson county, in. having bound over to the cir cuit court E. M. McCallum, who And Here You Have It of and piquancy of flavor that have for generations characterized Blatz—exclusively undeniably. The Papular Verdict •M: is'tfid argument tiiat strikes home. The sentiment of the vast majors—in every town or city ?.where this beer is marketed—is the best "quality" reference'for your guidance. J: A. Get in right on your beer for the home by ordering a case of Blatz. Let Blatz also be has solicited insurance., in that county without a certificate of authority from the department, and for a company not licensed to do business in South Dakota. The defendant was bound over on one count, but there are a dozen or more similar charges to be brot against him.* When Mr. Gregory left Alexandria, McCallum had failed to secure bonds and was PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW And Get A Pair Of These fi. rrr ,f|n GiiL or Send til Subscriptions 4md Money to OrcniatiAi Jpfem6rt JXV f0meridan va. MiltQauiyx-—Tht Home locked uj •*Pv .•'•••I Brewing early-day brewing backed fry that "body" down-town Beef. It's up to you. JDon't forget* Remember the Triangular Label FARL, LANGD AHL, & CO Wholesale Dealers, 111) sf? $[ HIP Oak St. up nTthe county jail. M~- [.The C.E.S. of-the Congregtional church enjoyecTa delightful sleipb ride party Friday night. After an oyster supper had been enjoyed the crowd repaired to the^home of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Johnson where they watched the old year out and the new year in. 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Yon are getting the best paper in the «t thp regtflar price and a good pair of -shears iaaafaB8^iia8BKa -V •fc, •Mi crrv—WATER Roy Watkins left Monday morn ing for Vermillion to resume his college work. J. W.f Sheppard/at one Hme editor of the Clark Kepublic Cour ier, died at Pierre last week,, where he was engaged in the news paper business. Mr. Sheppard was somewhat a free laqge in bis news paperwork and kept things stirred up while.he^waBJoeated^at Clark. -l Saturday Rivalling fictionwtlie\tindone mil* east of.Mobridge by A, 1Sf. Yall, sell erafl, foreman tot thfc St Paul-toad, ol yaluaWe^parctmentj, While prospecting for grave) This country was settled French in the early days, many of th^ Indians having French names, and it Is thought that LaMoure andvhts wife lost their lives nearly a century ago while .prospecting in this part of the country, It is Mr. Vail's intention to go to Alabama as sobn as possible end tract! back the story of the land grant and secure possession, if the same cait bii ROBBER ^SUSPECTS ^IfREI Evidence Inaufficient to Convlct Three Accused Men.' The December term of the circuit: court. for Roberts county was in seit eion at Sisseton a fortnight, with Judge Frank McNulty presiding. The most prominent ot the criminal cases was that against George Kampeftka, a lull blood Sioux Indian, for tha aV leged murder of his wife. The jury found that the squaw came tov her death through alcoholism, and Kfim peska was freed. A sensational case was that which involved the robbery of the State bank of Peever on,Oct 8, when two masked men held the village at bay while, a third wrecked the safes of the bank and all three made their escape on handcar. The defendant who gave their names as Ed Burns, Jesse Jones and Ed Wilson, were taken into cus tody the next day at Ortley, on: the main line west of Milbank. However, the evidence against them was not sufficient and they were acquitted. W. H. McPherson, Martin Madsen, Geniield Cammeund and Howard Spen cer were each fined 1100 for. selling intoxicating liquors without a license, each having pleaded guilty. SETH BULLOCK KEEPS 10B Old Friend of Roosevelt Will Be Re appointed Marshal It was announced at the1 "White House in Washington that Seth Bui lock. United $tata& marahal for South Dakota,* is to be reappointed foi another term ot four years from Jan 18, next Bullock has been known a» the close personal Mend of Theodore Roosevelt ,-v••••*. ••••The reappointment la said to be both a recognition ot M'KEN^IPS SLAYER IS HELD Stephenson Declares He Shot In- Selfri Defense. rtten At*ISwrp' the eompialnt qt Baed|u Forest Gttbati .Mottottald were nrrev «n a Charge of perjum* &, 3 On %ec. 34 Gtl^aanT oi fweaHte, that-b^j^i above ttoMge of coll appeared Sib *lB6'" tof the road, Mr. Vail. unearthed a containing the bonea ot a man, a Wo man and a stone tablet, on wfiloh was engraved In French thiac,wording W^Ofle hundred feet" north and 109 |j3s feet vtast K" j' oi tfhere this sjtone'stood* will flnd some papers ... That will do you lota ot go^sd,# Procuring a compass and tape line, Mr. Vail prospected, "100 feet north and 100 fcwt .west," and wag surprised to dig up thtiUhigh bone of .some sni tnal, and to the boner which was, plugged at both ends, was a roll ot parchment covered with writing In French. he exact Wording of the matter on the closely written sheetof parchment Mr. Vail wjn not disclose, hut he says that it pertains to a grant of land in Aiabantyk made by the giivertimenfc to a man by thrf name- of •iHerre La Moure. The parchment bears the date o£ 1838, while the» tablet bears the dafe tf 1842. Bovrt 1 vw of Mrs. Bacon bjrW flrat husband GllMucih had been sjMyhif at Farmer's Station, coilfluited by *M«. Sacon. and sought to pay some at-* tectioa ^her_ daughter^,- bat the mother objected. He obtained cense and a little later *ht» marrtaKe?^ ceremony -was performed by Jqdge Jf. (J. Best, The young couple went hbme ." that evening, but gave ot(t 09 hint what had happened Later the daughter failed to cote home, as did Qilbaugh. Mnf. BaoOn 'v ltg ouf ^complaint. 1NS0RAN0E |6E«P®:||Il J.1 •eund' Over-tSi Circuity Court wM? at EJNHE^|TT|NENT v,,lB*e^to^r Herbert of ^-^stste In Wrance de|artittent jft^» hiade his first "5^ open move 1st his xaunjMttfn againnt the writingof illegal insurance He '4 what Bullock has done as well as a compliment to th« former president MOTHER STRANGLED CHILD Supposed Demented Woman It" Ar rested: for Murder. Mrs. Henry Janssen, a Danish wo man, twenty-seven years of age, is accused of having" strangled her three months'-old son to death at her home fifteen miles northeast .pf Blk Point. A coroner's jury found" a. verdict In accordance with these allegations The Woman is saia to be demented. She was taken to. Elk Point /and held w&ftm JIt it r,f At fats preliminary hearing at Seiby^ Stephensoni an old-tlme cowboy, was' hleld for the murder of David O. Mc Kenzie at Le Bean. He was taken back to.Aberdeen to await the nexi term of the Walworth county court Stephenson clagma self-defenae, hut 1» troduced no testimony at his prellni' loary hearing/ ?5S Many Authorised to Teaeh lT»e state* e^tidatlqnal department hair examined the t&aehers' pap«a^i seat from the different cioantie«. tor iy» November examinations, a suthointy t^ .teM|)^t9 .ip,,j^ the »8l appiijaoi*..'.3iV.a rrai A smaU/amoust ot placer gold exist* In some of ^the Stanley count^streamstr but up to the present "blddle" alone has found it. A tew dayB ago N May of Ash creek kilted a (hiokon and in its «rop a small ^cold ouggei was discovered. This started a lent tor gold in the gravel of Aeh but without any results. ^ast e^nttn^r a hen ^idrltlled mW~ farm on "War creek and' several aag* gets were taken from her^crop, hat an industrious search along that tailed ,to eitbw any gold. 11 Jl1" Asphyxiated ihy Coal Qaa. Word comes from Buffalo, the ty seat of the AOW county of tfardi of the asphyxiation oi Sd Iflras^^' commonly known as "French-Ed," well known character in that tectioiirAr Of the state! Miranlt and a caj^an^ ion were sleeping la a vegetable teiip lar and a pan of «oale was placed Mr*.' the Oeilar to heep svtA (he vegetables troSi- freezing. The gas from the coal, eoa#~ blued with the fmall ameuht ^l ai£ In the cellar, caused Mtraalt's Hoatlb^of'Ice Dlu^pearaJ A peculiar- lne)#^it is veyar NebrashanB who efisB ihe Ml river to ebme to YermilMeK. the ice from ten to twelve Ineh^s vt' thickness, heavy loads were ^keing7 hauled across the rtver, aad a ^.tood--'' road had been made. The Were surprised after erosaing eae. ejfening to diseevev Ihe next Aay ttat. the roadbed had dropped sat af aigl^j and thit from one feanh te the •tliar, distance ot aeastf «MHer mile, there w^a, «paf. Sulldlng Improvements at Afeerdeertr Figures compiled from ike MCSMIS at the city baildingtesyectov shew tliat from Jan. 1. 10O», «e Dee. M, lfM, building permits aggregating to value $1,448,138 were Issued to Aberdeen. The permits provide for new haiMtnga inside'the fire liaaits le the aggrecate value of 9448,(15, and aaKherlag ferty five buildings,, It Is believed that Jfte building record for Aberdeen to 190* exceeded that of any ether towa et simliar population in the e**ntry. —a, Horaethfet Etudea :Borsetfiieves are i^to wwkto* & the southeastern ^part el tShe" Hiram South, foremaa at 'tlie Tfltmt fum east ot Vermiflion, last k, ef'horsefl, besides a sled i^isiji seta et harness that Mi *e: Jartt. The horse rustteir |o Btoowfield, Nefc, lmt lMf» M» Ib«*L 5 5r'"t secured the arrest of JB. N McCailUtf. Who was writing accident InMikace and collecting premiumel^if Jwh*? MiilTnllunl IIII/ HIR Scottish-acomnjiny.'LBIS%ITRONB tailed to REVIVE THLIR'I^LCTEE thtr wrote to the home THE CEM# pany, and'were informed-tb^tte tom\, pany was not licensed to dfrttuBineiair'"^^^ in thl8 Bt*te and was not atxdmptlnff, to secure buatness here jh«4 no? ((^uh agent as McCallhm, McCaHum waB tafeeh bef^r* Jav* tlce at Alexandria an^ 4^.houhd over to the circuit court Alt a, charge oti: embetitleroei^^.: CHICKENS ALONE FIND GOLD Settlers 8purred^o 9a||^6h,,j^Mt Witlr -MS Vt J? IPp mmm aM Mitsing Man Found IBewf. The body ot Edward Fessendea w4ifK discovered in the viefaiily ef Rew*. bee. Febsenden haf been Ja" Kimii^V bee for several days qa4 hat heeoa' drinking to soma extent Re wsqf dered away from town a*t lev ten days nothing was heard et .search, was instituted nafl liln hiXf was found In a haystach, WheM tm had burrowed to fUm aM «oU ireatheiaga •«":'v !tesggtimt& "'nTT^ .1 i't 1 The tegmwaaeameS Hew •«•»«. Ift «|t inMi'ip Ike ftoimh »m the tot^r-ew®)^^ ft