ARE NOW COMPLETE
STORE is in gala attire and awaits your
pleasure. You will find that our plans are
more complete than ever before. Without
going into trash and lumber we have brought
together'the greatest showing of holiday
goods"that came within the boundary of useful
ness ever brought to Aberdeen. Our store] is
worth seeing these days. Come for That—it will
pay you. Our art and.toilet»rooms are sit .your
Store will be Open Evenings from now until
Christmas until nine o'clock
Dr. S. D. Minkler
Eyes Tested Free Office Tel. Bldg
The latest methods of treatingdiseases
of the eye. No cutting. No drug
ging. No risk or experimenting. All
defects quickly and accurately correct
ed. Lens and Mountings guaranteed.
Gifts for Christ
There are none to many days be
tween now and Christmas to begin
to give some consideration to the
matter of gifts. We have a truly
magnificent array of gift goods and
extend a cordial invitation to call
and inspect it. In every way it is
superior to any holiday line we have
ever had. We have more goods, a
much greater variety and every ar
ticle is worthy of being given. We
want you to see our stock while it
is complete, but to do this you must
come at once. Seeing it now will
solve every gift problem. Don't
delay, come early and often. Save
your cash register checks which
we give with every .purchase.
They are valuable.
WOODWARD & CO.
RED CROSS PHARMACY
I&aiffiiji.,, ini'M few****1"-'
ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT, FBIPAY. DECEMBER 1»
in wry brancli of
Ills profession. Porcelain filling.-,
iho'same color as your 'J"''
CITY AND COUNTRY.
W. P. Holmes or Faulkton spent
Sunday in the city.
S. VV. Huntington made a trip t"
the Twin Cities this week.
Jimmie Westmoreland propliesies a
fairly mild winter and a generally
The II a mm Brewing Company ha
got into trouble with the Inter
national Revenue Department foi
shipping beer from Aberdeen and bot
tling it as ginger ale.
The bonds that, were issued to pro
vide money for the municipal electric
lighting plant have been sold and
the money will soon be forthcoming.
The city paid a premium of $037 to the
linn that took the bonds. It is under
stood that the work of planning and
building the plant will be undertaken
There will be a Christmas reunion
of the Lauerman taruily in this city
next week. John and Frank Lauer
man and Mrs 15. II. Wolter are now
living in the city and Charles and
Benedict have already arrived for the
holidays. Joseph Lauernrin is ex
pected later in the week, as is Mis
Anna Lauerman wiio comes from
Anton Aasegard has dccided to re.
turn to Aberdeen to make his home
and will shortly open upa cigar manu
facturing business in the building
ver Warren's barber shop. Mr.
lenderson, a tine clarinet player, ac
companies him from Redliekl and will
be employed by him here. Mr. Aase
gaard also plays in the band and the
addition of two such talented musi
cians will be a great help to the band
The trial of Jack Purcell, accused of
manslaughter, is now on in circuit
court. Purcell is accused of having
killed W. 1). Marvin in a saloon row
on the 22nd of last line. It seems
thai a light was started iu the Sher
man House bar room between Ed
Block, the bartender, and Purcell.
There was a small crowd in the room
at the time and some of tlieni tried to
quiet the combatants. Marvin got
between the two. if appears, just as
Purcell hurled a cuspidor at Block.
The cuspidor hit Marvin over one
eye. He was taken home and put to
bed, as it was not then thought that
lie had been badly hurt, lie was
dead the next morning. Purcell was
arrested and has been in jail since
then awaiting trial. He has friends
who have staid by him siii'je the
trouble occurred, llis attorneys are
L. W. Crotoot and J. M. Lawson and
,,,«. i11,riinn wi
iin- iir menV annua
pcrniRtieuf as gold. 1 nets rea
\Vi...1 Harrington who
and will be tried later.
Si000 worth of New
Rings, Brooches, Stick
Pins, Emblem Rings
and Charms, WaistSets,
Hat Pins and many oth
er things just received
from New York. Every
thing new and fresh.
Don't fail to look
over, whether you buy
1 404 Jewelers 404
.'1 Thursday morning
exaininati"" 'tf Willie
li is -'Xi
ilia! the (i"ttw'ialk
All traveling men who
city last Sunday were invi
chili and many
ter. Minn -just
from Rochester, where lie was with
Mother Joseph for some time.
.all on the
ii .--I if ,1 nu iry.
,na„ named George Miller was ar
Wednesday on complaint
Miss Tilda Carlson and George K.
Pfutzenreuter were married at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. lv. Carlson, who live six miles
northeast of Aberdeen, on Tuesday
afternoon, Rev. U. Glesne oflieiating.
uiili he theft
,,i furnish ban and
I,, j,,i] to await' trial.
wcrs. wbo bad been workine
for a month or so.
rested Monday on complaint of Mr.
Kunev who charged bim with an as
nwers deposited a casb bond
were in the
ted to an
at the Commercial
attended. A musical
us rendered and tin
Dr. Rock lias returned
F. C. Ilauge was given a pleasant
-iirprisc party last Thursday by
members of the congregation
ian Lutheran church of
Mr. ilauge was .VI years old on
that day, and the party left him a
birthday remembrance as an apprecia
tion of his.services in behalf of the
The firm of Wen/., Richmond &•
licaiiian, harness makers and dealers,
has been dissolved by mutual consent,
Frank Wenz cont inning the business.
Mr. Keainan will assist. Mr. Wenz lor
a lew weeks and will then take a trip
to his old home in Wisconsin. Mr.
Iticbiuond lias not decided on his fu
and Mrs. Pfutzenreuter left thai
reuing for Minneapolis where they
ill make their home.
II. C. Fletcher of Oneota, the man
vho won a number of prizes in the
orn contest, was in town picking up
he premiums he won. He is husking
corn these davs and ii tiding a ready
market. What he has husked is going
bushels to the acre and it
doesn't require much figuring to show
is to be a decidedly profitable crop.
W. P. Armstrong, formerly of this
city, is at the point of death from con
sumption. Mi. Armstrong has been
ery ill for some time, but it was
thought that he had a show for re
covery until just recently, when his
condition took a change for the worse
and his death is expected at any mo
ment. Mr. Arnisti" ng's father, sister
and brother have died of the saute
disease this year, and an infant daugli
ter also died a few months ago. Mis.
Armstrong and bis mother are with
him iu California at present.
ItEAL STATE TKANSFlOItS
tor the Week Ending Dec, 12nd,
as compiled by CoiuV Howard
James Keating to Itartin W
Joyce, nei 31-122-05 $
George Harrington to Oscar
Paulson, se is and ne P.i
John Trevett and Mattis to
George Fessenden, lie 1M2
William Bain tollobertl) Mwu
W E Dinsmore to W Bush,
lots 4, 5 and ti, block 3, Clare
Mary Planes to Rose O'llora!
lots 14 and 15, block 27, II &
addition to Aberdeen.
Olell Docken to Henry lx ck
cn, an undivided interest in
swi 30-122-02 and an undivid
ed interest in sw 1
Gunild Docken to Henry
Docken, au undivided inter
est msw 30-122-02 and au un
divided interest in sw of ne
and nw of se 1-121-03
Ole 11 Docken and Henry
Docken to Gunild Docken,
1 2 2
Tbomas II liatc'hard't0 'e'P
ike, uwi 0-121-co
W a S
Goveni, north 55 feet of lot 1,
ock 2, North Aberdeen
Western Tow,, Lot Co. toCha'r
ley bompke, lot r», block li,
Western Town Lot Co'.'to Char-
We have made preparations to 1
goods, not the ordinarylthings
PHARMACISTS. Cor. Main
was made pleasant for many
i.hiiged to spend it away from their
Mother 'mother superior of
the Presentation order of this ci»v, is
reported as recovering rapidly from
ill.' ctTects of an orperation recent.y
[formed at the hospital in lloches-
Campbell to Oscar Paulson,
sw 6-J 28*63
Henrietta Mielkc to VJ Scholtz
and Albert Schley, lot 18,block
Vinton E Ilowelt to Henry Hois,
ne 1 1-127-63
Henry Ileis to Vinton E Howell,
Howell to E Woodward,
ne 21)-127-64 1
Dora Rehfeld to Adam Scott,
nw and sw 115-125-61
GeorgeE ltickordi to Barnes
and E Von Suesstnilch, nw
1 and ne 2-128-61 6400
Gust. Nelson to John StefTen,
E Grant to Henry Wacker, ne
A Brown to Waldo, ne
Robert Weber toMittle Proud,
lot 4, block 28, & addition
to North Aberdeen
Joint Proud to Mittie Proud,
A E Hollingswortli to Swan Mo
line, sw 4 17-128-65
Mary E Halloran to Swan Mo
line, se 17-128-65
Samuel S Walker to O Han
sen, se fl-127-61.
Patrick Ringrose to Verona
Love, nw 9-123-63
Squire to A
"i i|I ji
and se 19-128-64
Adam Scott to Chas E.ytfubroad
"",'^WJBi-'«iii' S if
but new, serviceable articles tb?
ness with beauty of structure
have these every day Chriatm
member of the family. We a
will decide you to keep the idea
when making your Holiday purcha*
C. E. LACEY &
St. and First
No Oii'IIIM in Ctiambcrlniirs
There is not the least danger in giv
ing Chamberlain's Cout Remedy to
small children as itcontalnn no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an
established reputation of more than
thirty years as the most successful
medicine in use for colds, croup and
whooping cough. It always cures and
is p'easant to take. Children like it.
Sold by all druggists.
IiXiiir.sioii Ticket* to 1
tional Live Stock Exposition,
Via the North-Westcrn Line, will be
sold Dec. 16 to 20, inclusive, limited
to return until Dec. 24, inclusive.
Apply to agents Chicago & North
western lt'y. D-20
Largest Stock in
Just the sort of a present for
remembrance sake at Christmas
time. Cost but little yet are
very attractive. Largest assort
ment in the city.
A beautiful line of Japanese Ware,
land, German, China Ware in sets
other stock so large in the
Come to our Store and see
Store in the State—a
will delight the
One door south of the
P- m, is,
make some one
I«y and Crockery
The Only Store of its kind in Aberi
Extraordinary Bargains in Dinner Sets
While they last we shall sell fine decorated 1
for only $10. Tills is a most unusual bargain, oilier seta it
prices that are also good bargains.
A Store for Chilli
Doll Carriages and
north end of
haimd painted CHINA—A MAGMFICEN1
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