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The Aberdeen Democrat. (Aberdeen, South Dakota) 1???-1909, December 05, 1902, Image 3

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IBRIEF.
slier iff elect
ting np a little
fates' of. shr lev-
'show at the
list week was.
general satis-
ItJnion Veterans
In Sioux Falls
was elected
asnding Second
I.on Wednes
Thursday to
for the Club
1
night.
has a linotype
Mid Mr. Carnine
time to use in
|ry first issue of
the Dakotas.
|tliat blew all day
|tbout bringing
Wednesday morn
to four below,
of the season.
ball. E. G. Ken
|ursday morning
alls to hang tlie
who killed Ed.
reservation
its ago.
living north
1 on Saturday
|1 took place on
of the Sacred
er husband and
tier. They were
known
XT 4aS
wind blew all
»ere more fortu
We escaped the
around us. In
twelve inches
Huron four at
|sieighing is re
Sire-
SfW
|of November the
Bee in this city
entries cover
homestead final
7 timber culture
acres and the
tracts and by
jlted to 3,515 acres.
iherdeen Granite
pry is being pushed
iSi up and the
paite blocks upon
ig is torest are
is in Chicago
dent as tofreigbt
Washington be-
1
pedy Company Is
houses thi- week
satisfaction to
jeNeen and vlcln
is much stronger
aa Park last sum
knd hfs talented
^excellent support
|nroe still furnish
nen's ball on New
the occasion of
iiblic the elegant
•CkittHChalk. The
S VVWWIWMM. 'A UV
I to with, unusual.
Becker's orchestra
sic.
flipi the running time
ern went into affect
£$ is not the kind
_.the. of the
er going'north is
The famersaloag
ath ..and, .Ooiumbia
iitetrunieiits In 4
:.!Iheenterprising
ft of Sand Lake have
instructing a line
orhood to cpnoect
Mn[e: at Columbia
|t)ng this week fot
anizing to construct
iTarmers have pledged
enterprise. Fifteen
I have to .be covered.
Imein from Albion
|ht in a somewhat
itlon as the result of
(place. He is build
gest' barns In this
ithree men was on a
1 the supports gave
40 get
around with. Dr. McNijtt made an
examination and found no bones
broken, though there are bruises and
Strains that will lay Mr. Powers up
for some time, the worst injuries be
to one arm and one ankle. None of
the othermen were hurt to any ex
tent.—Daily T$ews.
John Callaghan was home from
Elleridale to spend Thanksgiving with
his parents.
H. H. Tooker'has just returned
from Chicago where he shipped two
car loads of cattle.
Miss Lulu Tooker is the recipient of
a brand new gold watcli. It came all
the way from Chicago.
Dennis Friel will spend the holidays
with his relatives here and then he
Will return to his home in Wilson's
Creek. Washington, where lie is run
ning a hardware store.
I10UQHT0N.
Ed Gillespie is down in Aberdeen
serving on the jury.
Thos. Tollefson went toLansborough
Minnesota Thursday to visit a sick
relative.
Mrs. Aaringer went to Bath on
Wednesday, via Aberdeen to visit her
relatives at that place.
W. L. Hall went to Aberdeen on
Wednesday to accompany Mrs. Cong
don, his sister, to Houghton. Mrs.
Congdon who has been in St. Lukes
hospital for some time is now well
enough to make the trip.
A youiig lady teacher came from
Calla S. D. last week having beeii en
gaged to teach the Kilpatrick school
in Shelby. Not caring to walk a mile
to school she engaged to teach tlie
Johnson school in Greenfield.
PUTNEY.
"Ed Palmiter spent Thanksgiving In
Britton.
The Woodmen and Maccabees will
give a dance on Friday evening, Dec.
12th. Tickets 50 cents.
half cents over list being paid
Several carloads of maple wood were
shipped into Putney last week which
are being Bold at $7 75 per cord.
The Woodmen feel justly proud of
their new hall, which is a gem. The
main hall is 28x40 with a large stage
andante-room. If you want a good
time, come to Putney.
The basket social land dance given
by the Woodmen and Maccabees was
a howling success in every way. There
were thirty-eight baskets which bro't
an average price of 83.80, one basket
selling as high as 810.
**•«*.
C:.A. Basmussen, of Putney,'and
for the fire laddies Miss Agnes Sieh, of James, were mar
meet pleasant
-attended, but it
JO A
Iifanchpatrpnsperson
tes later, and going
inutes^ earlier. On
freight and
now .8& a
|een to Gettysburg
return^ the same
It &etitysburg Is not
^nBactanjb^iness.
tiaps not so very far
ephon^, ifilt reach:
'X-1
ONfeOTA. .s
Miss Kittie Matthews is wielding
the birch in the Collins school.
Xisslluna Keeler will close a two
months term of school, December
15th.
Lynn Dickey just returned from
Oregon where he went some weeks
ago.
Putney Is one of the best wheat and circuit court proceedings,
markets in the county, two and one-
r—
ried In Columbia by the Bev. Father
Kane, on Saturday, the 29th, at 3:30
p. m., and commenced housekeeping
the Basmussen place two miles
northeast of Putney. Three weddings
In Putney inside of three weeks. Not
a bad record. Still we have all kinds
of old bachelors left yet and "Barkis
is wiUin' in every case. ,,
E. OEM and W. HANSON
German Lutheran school began Mon
day.
Ed Johnson is very ill with typhoid
fever.
Wm.Stange's mother is here on a
visit from Wisconsin.^ '-K
1
Will I^obberpfuhl and Joe Jose left
fitir.Wlsoon^i^ Monday,
Carl Lenling and wife made a bus
iness trip to Groton Monday,
Chas. Cummlng8' folks of Bath vis
ited John Tompson's folks Sunday, iil
MK
On account of bad weather Tuesday
evening the singing school was not
very largely attended
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lenling and
family
ate Thanksgiving dinner with
Carl Lenling and family*
How'rad Vincen is doing chores for
Henry Lenling this winter, he walked
down from Putney Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. August Kxueger and
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bartz visited with
John Lenling's folks Sunday.
Quite a number of young folks' are
1 me nuppurw gave
it crashing to the1attending the sioglng school at Bev
Klcb was broken Bertling's three evenings in a week
They intend to have a choir.
There will be a Christmas tree in
were placing the
19 position whaai-i
and one ot the German Lutheran Church, Christmas
led acmes Mr. Pow- Bve. In Gem schoolhouse No. 1 there
bruised from bead' will be one Tuesday evening before
Christmas.
1 i. .: '.
From "my place two miles northeast
of Aberdeen, South Dakota, one blick
mare, white strip in face, one eye
one iron grey mare, three year's old,
and two suckling colts, color, brown.
J. E. SMITH.'
TAKEN UP
One white mare weighing about
1300, age twelve years or more, camp
into my enclosure one mile east (if
Ordway, Nov. 30th. The owner Win
please pay charges and take lieraway.
W. W. RUSS*LL.
Ordway Dec. 1,1902.
v.V WANTED,
BOYS and GIRLS
to learn (he candy trade at
the candy factory of
WARD BROS. COMPANY.
WANTED-FAITIIFULPERSONtoTRAVEL
for well established bouso in few counties,
calling1 on retail merchants and agents. Lo
cal territory. Salary $U2t a year and ex
penses, payable SIS). «0 a week in cash and
expenses advanced. Position permanent.
Business successful and ruslilni?. Standard
House. 334 Dearccrn St, Chicago.' ,,
Excursion Rates for Holidays.
Via the North-Western Line. Ex
cursion tickets will be sold at reduced
rates to points on the North-Westtertl
System within 200 miles of selling
station, December 24, 25, 31 and Jau
uasy 1, good returning until and in
cluding January 2. 1903. Appty to
agenls Chicago & North Western
tt'y
We make au abstract in an at
tractive typewritten form, full in
every particular and giving all
data necessary for the title law
yer without the necessity of hav
ing access to the original records.
We do not give'you' a brief
outline of foreclosure, probate
an(j
then charge ^ou. extra for
furnishing copies in full where
they are required by attorneys
for loan companies and non-res
ident owners, burt„i we
s'
give
you these particulars in full
when the abstract is ordered new
and without extra? charge to- the
parties ordering same. We also
continue all abstracts, whether
made by us or by other firms
that are now .01- have been in the
business in this county.
The correctness ofoqr abstract
is guaranteed by a bon| of $10,
000 on file in the office of the
county auditor of this county.
We would be please^ to have a
share of your patronage,
V-.
Brown County Ab^tifct Co.
Aberdeen, S. D., Nov. 17, 1902.
mproved Stock and Grain
Farms for
o-t}'
I have some of the best farms
in the Jim river valley to'rent
to desirable tenants. To any
reliable persons that can use
any of these farms I can make a
lease on/ which the dan-.make
some money. Farms 'are all
well located and well improved.
Rapp farm. Containing 1900
acres located'on the Elm river,
.5 miles from Westport. The
farm is practically all under
fence: each pasture is. well
vjratered trees along the river
two sets of buildings, 300 acres
under cultivation. Farnj can
be divided. This is the "best'
opportunity for a tennant that
can be found in the state. Will
rent.either for a cash rental or
share of the profits.
Miller farm. 40Q acres 2 miles
south of Westport, 10 miles
from Aberdeen, buildings, cost
82,000 200 acres under cultiva
tion, balance bay land and pas
ture.
3. Day farm. 320 acres li
miles south of Westport build
ings 81,000 160 acres fenced 140
ai-res under cultlv9t(()Q.
4. Narregang. 4QQ acres 2
miles south of WeitpQft on the
Elm river adjoins pphool sec
tion 36, buildings 61,200 200
acres fenced 160 qicres under
cultivation..
All of "the ahore farms will
stand close inv^tigation. Soil
a black loam, clftjr subeoll.
PfS. W. NARHfiSAMQ,
WHAT IS THE MATTER?
What makes the ladies all astir—
You see them almost everywhere,.
Going and coming on the street,
And with a smile each othe/ greet,
They, are delighted, that's a fact—
You can tell by the way they act
On, every face there is a smile 5 .-••••
They stop and talk a little while.
Andy Gerup's a fine display—
He opened up just yesterday.
All the ladies in Aberdsen,
Delighted with what they have seen!
They hasten home to tell the! news
Inform their husbands what to choose
And every home at once invests,
"AndyV furnishing is the best.
ANDY.
Plain and Fancy Hem-stitch
ini upstairs over office of the
Democrat (Pioneer-Sentinel).
A. C. Stratton
I
DENTIST
Office over First National
Bank
-3 --.-CXSE
HE HAS CORiD THOUSANDS
W-. Given up to Die.
Dr. D0RAN
Next regular professionol visit .to
We are pleased to announce to S. D.« SATURDAY, DEC-
the public that our abstract books
are almost completed and that we Returning every month
are prepared to furnish rel able
abstracts of title to Brown county
real estate without delay to our
patrons.
6. AT THE WARD HOI1L,
Consulthim
while the opportunity is al band.
DR' Kbli'A^ has.no superior in. di
agnosing and treating Isoases and de
formaties. He will give "$50 for any
case that he cannot tell the disease
and .where located in five minutes.
AU curable medical and iBurgical
diseases, acute and chronic catarrh,
and special diseases of the Eye. Ear
NoSe and Throat, Lung disease, Early
Consumption, Bronchitis. Bronchial
Catarrh, Constitutional Catarrh, Dys
pepsia, Sick- Headache, Stomach and
Bowel Troubles, Rheumatism, Sciati
ca, Neuralgia, Bright'a Disease, Dia
betes, Kidney, LiVer, Bladder, Pros
tatic and Female diseases. Dizziness,
Nervousness* Indigestion, Obesity, In*
terrupted Nutrition. Slow Growth in
Children, and all wasting disease in
adults. Mapv cases of Deafness, Ring
ing in' the Ears, Loss of Eyesight
Cataract, Cross Eyes, etc., that have
been improperly treated or neglected,
can be easily restored. Deformities,
Club Feet, Curvature of the Spine,
Disease of the Brain, Paraipsis, Epi
lepsy, Heart Disease, Dropsy, Swelling
of the Limbs, Stricture, Open Sores,
Pain in the Bones, Grainular Enlarge
ments and all long-standing diseases
properly treated. Young, middle-aged
and old, single or married men and all
who suffer from lost manhood, nervous
debility, spermatorrhoea, semmal
losses, sexual decay, failing memoryi
weak eyes, stunted development, lack
of energy, impovertened blood, plm-
gloodimpediments
les, to marriage also
and skin diseases. Syphillis.
Eruptions, Hair Falling, Bone Pains,
Swellings, Sore Throat Ulcers, effects
of Mercury, Kidney and Bladder
troubles, Weak Back, burning Urine,
passing urine..too often, Gonorrhoea
Gleet, Strietu're, receive* searching
treatment, prompt relief and cure for
life. ,f ti
C&MtTt, feoWer, 3UVkU,
Varicocele and enlarged glands with
the subcutaneous injection method,
absolutely without pain and without
the loss of a drop of blood, is one of his
own discoveries, and is the most really
scientific and certainly sure cure of
the nineteenth century. No Incura
ble cases taken. Consultation to those
interested, $1.00.
Dr. Doran has been making regular
professional visits to the Northwest
for the last three years and we know
of hundreds of the worst cases of
chronic diseases that he has cured.
His charge for consultation examina
tion and advise to those interested is
$1.00.
DB. DORAN.
Minneapolis, Minn. Boston Block
Subscribe
Aberdew, $. D.
a'dlt's®'!
mm
ft
K- -.v
Feature,
Stocks Kept Fresher,
Drugs Never Get Old, vi
Newest and Latest Varieties,'
The Most Perfect Hquipment,
Special -Eiperts for Prescription work,
Wide awake. Progressive Methods to Improve every
We are not the "biggest thing on Earth", but those
Who trade here seem Satisfied .to continue.
WOODWARDS COMPANY
The Red Gross Pharmacy.
fl&ercbant ^ailoting
OF
y: i-'ji ..-,'! id, uiV
ladles' and Men's Salts*
SOUTH
MAIN
••I" ,v,
I
tm
1
the Democra
Tte OakoU Farmer.
•.._
MilSl§tiBfS*lred.
(J. H. Firey's Old Stand) •,
Blue Front firocery
GO TO OWENS'
-O— FO R—
O—
F4MILY GROCERIES.
New Sweet Cider, Pickles of all kinds
Oranges, Lemons, Dates, Choice Canned Fruit,
Citron, Currents, Nuts Apples, Peaches, Prunes,
and candies, New Apples, Nice Dried Fruit,
Maple Syrup, (genuine thing) Moca, Java and Rio Coffees,
Best Patent Flour, Delicious Tea Biscuits,
Buck Wheat Flour, Cakes and trackers,
Corn Meal and Graham, vPure Family Groceries, eto
If you buy at Owens' goods and prices will be All Right.
T. J. OWENS.
6 •''V":tV ,V
P. J. OvMAIIEY
'FINE VI
STREET, .••&
...Over Thompson's Grocery Store...
Aberdeen^ South Dakota.
D. G. GALLET7»}
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Jeweler, Optician and Engraver.
S E a 2 0 a in A be S
& I invite you to look through my very
large stock of
Watches, Rings, Chains, Pins
Sleeve Buttons, Silver-
•Nware, Clocks^and
•v.-'p-j-riui
\~msm Christmas Goodsrl
WATCH% ^CLOCKS AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
AND BEADY WHEN PROMISED.
Hifrty Yws ElKrieace at Repalrtjii ui Httlaft
"Keep* Your Money in Circulation at Home."
Buttoloh & Kurtz
Manufacture, Bemodel and Repair
FUR ARMENTS
Propriety Qt Aberdeen Steam Dye Works.' ^Clothing Cleared Dy*d
/Repaired. Tents, Awnings and Other Canvass
Goods Made to Order.
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