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As Cheap as Chicago, and Cheaper Than
Anywhere Between There and Here. We
will Prove it to You.
Don't Buy Rugs or Carpets Until You
Get our prices=We will save you Money
OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN
When not convenient for you to pay for all
your purchase when made, we have a plan by
which you can do it in several
payments==at
no
extra cost. Our prices are about half those of
peddler representives of instalment houses. Be
fore you buy anything in Rugs, Carpets, Lace
Curtains or Portiers, look over our stock and let
us prove to you our statements.
We make rugs in any size desired from Vel=
vet, Axminster or Brussels carpet.
We take measures for all kinds of floor cover
ings, cut them to fit and lay them when desired.
WINDOW SHADES
We make all window shades, except 25 cent
ones, that we sell, and they are perfect, hang
straight, run smoothly and are not half the time
out of order.
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU on your house
furnishings for the coming season--we can show
you where it will be to your advantage.
THE 0LWIN-A1NGELL CO.
Oranges
We have just received a car of California
Naval Oranges and offer them this week at
$2.00 a Box
Kearney's Cash Grocery
COLD WAVE COniNGf
ORDER YOUR STORM SASH OF 1
BUILDING MATERIAL
Yards at Aberdeen, Ipswich, Faulkton, Mellette, James,
Warner, Columbia, Plana, Selby, Java, Bowdle.
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ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY. MARCH 23
A Hit ol'Pure Seutinent
Alice Brown's "Grief Deferred" in
the March McOJure's is a delicious bit
of pure sentiment. It. is the story of
a woman who refused to give way to
the sorrow of a youthful love alTair,
putting oil her grief from day to day
until she became an old lady, when
through a combination of circum
stances she finds that she need never
give way to it, "I've had more happi
ness than most folks have in their
whole lives," she says at the end. "I've
had all there is. Side by side with
this main theme, runs another love
story of youth.
NEW SPRING GOODS
I have just received the most
complete line of Spring Suit
ings and Pants goods ever dis
played in Aberdeen, consisting
of Serges, Cheviots, etc. If you
want a nice suit, made in up-to
date style, and by first class
workmen, call on
B. H. KORSEDAHL,
First Avenue East.
COLO NI ST LOW OX K-W
SECOND CLASS KATES
To Teimuscc, Kentucky, Nebras
ka. Wyoming, K-.ui.ssi«, Colo
rado, Missouri, Jicvv Mexico,
Texas, Western Louisiana,'
Arkansas, aiul Oklahoma
an«l Indian Territories
Via the North-Western Line, will be
in effect on Tuesdays, March lith and
20th. For tickets and full informa
tion apply to agents Chicago & Nort
Western R'y.
Honieseekers' Excursion to tin
Northwest, WcSt & Southwest
Via the North-Western Line. Expul
sion tickets at greatly reduced rates
are on sale to the territory indicated
above. Standard and Tourist Sleep
Cars, Free Reclining Chair (':.•
ing Cars, Free Reclining Chair Car,
and "The Best of Everything." p0'r
For dates of sale and full particulars
apply to ogents Chicago & North
Western
R'y.
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1906
fARM NEWS AND FARM LORE
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a
ijr potatoes
\nrth western Agriculturist f.
vli loth has a .eoinmuni-|
rat j'liis I'rum potat^rnworsm a 1
iMTerent state*. Smith Kakot.
.vpiVM-nn-l by I'?. W-
1 a
,n. They all af-'rco that lam!
h,,i:i.i be docjily plowed from ten
,hinvflavs
W
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W
I,ai rowed to keep moisture and start
11„. w.-cds. A favorite way of mark
.t!u'Kn.un:l is with a corn cultiva-
iiisine shovels taken IT and
'iit-ide shovels set at least three feet
t. After planting the seed, a
,. erv I'.int. in the furrow, the in.
„:,ie shovel can be put back on and.
11,-i'Id 1 in^r each row, the dirt thrown
irk into tlie furrow. This loosens
|,i,, ground so that the harrow can
ike pretty tlioroiit work of the
weed-. The harrow Is n-.ee] t'rcp ent
keepiuL' down weeds and the ground
„,:.ist, Mr. I lean uses a planter he
made' from an old mower.
Hotter Dairy Cows
To breed the prolituble dairy cuw is
•the bi^jrest problem ahead of the
Pakota farmer. lireediu^ up
a
weeding out is the process. In order
(i weed out milk must be weighed
wid tested throughout the year.
X. S. French of LaMoure county,
N. 1)., who spoke at our farmers insti
iute here says that few cows here
\eild over K'H) pounds of butter fat in
:a year. In this connection it is
interesting to note what they are
doing iu Minnesota. The recent re
port of the dairy commissioner of that
state shows 1 bat in 1*!'0 the product
.['butter fat from the average cow
lit) pounds in 1 it was 111 in
I'.ioo, 12.'! in 190."., l.'l.'l- Thai this in
erease if far below what it might have
been is shown by statistics taken by a
icpresenta'ive of Hoard".- Dairyman
who visited 100 average herd of south
ea-tcrn Minnesota. In that region he
found the average yeild of butter fat
to lie 11") pounds. 1 low many of our
r.mwn county dairymen have as yet
become systematic enough to keep a
record of each cow and know which
really pays"/
Polled Diiruliams ami Ked Polls
A correspondent writes
"What is the difference between
Polled Durham and Kcl Poll cattle,
ami which is the best for dual pur
poses
The two are entirely different
breeds. The Red Poll cattle original
ed iu he counties of Suffolk and Ts'or
walk in Kngiand. They are red, horn
less, medium in size, but. inclined to
increase in size when put on the better
soils of the west, and are good dairy
cattle, provided they are milked and
bred for milk as well as beef. The
Polled Durnhatn is also a hornless
breed, with prominent Short-horn
characteristics. It, embodies the blood
of the "luoolly' cows and some grade
Short-horns that by chance are horn
less, but the predoniating bloorl is,
now Short-horns, registered Short-!
horns that came hornless, as they fre-'
buently do, being now a prominent de
mand in the breed. A very large per
cent ol the animals now eligible to
record in the Polled -Durnham herd
book are double standard that is,
eligible to record in both the Polled
Durham and Short-horn books. In a
very short time the foreign blood will
entirely disappear: so that we shall
practically have two breeds of Short
horns, one horned and the other horn-1
less. Polled Durhains as a rule are
lartrer than the lied Poll. Both are
dual purpose cattle, and the superior
ity of one over the other, apart from
size, is simp'y due to skill in selection
•and breeding.-Wallaces Farmer.
To Protect Prairie Chickens
1" rom the very decided sentiment,
prevailing among the farmers of the
Dakotas, as rellected in the columns
of the agricultural press, there will
not be many sessions of the legisla
tures to pass before the lawmakers
have to take their choice between one
of two measures. The must either
lix a severe penalty f-..r hunting ckiek
ens with dogs, or they must prohibit
tiie hunting them at all for a tern ul
years. It would be the wiser measure
to cut the dog out, but the neglect for
a time to adopt, the milder safeguard
against the complete extermination
ol the biids, will lorce the resort to
the more drastic measure. The aver
age farmer is the friend of the prairie
chicken and does not propose to see
them become extinct because of wan
ton destruction. The more plentiful
they are iu the Holds the less damage
results lroin the ravages of insects.
Afflicted With Itl.c.unatisin
"1 was and am yet alllieted with
rheumatism," savs Mr
editor of ihe llenl.i
a
liidiau Territorv, "but. l^
Chamberlain's Pain Kal
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to
once more to attend to business
is the bestot liniments." If troubled
with rheumatism give Pain
trial and you are certain /,,
able
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K? -XMKtSZS.
Now Is the Time to
for
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Have Your Gas
Phones 1464 and
THE DAKOTA FARMER
Is by all ockls the best farmers' publication
for Dakota farmers. It does not attempt to
cover the entire country but is devoted entire
ly to the two Dakotas.
THE ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT
Is admittedly the best weekly newspaper for
the home in Brown county. Take advantage
of this offer yourself and tell
about it. Send subscriptions to the
ABERDEEN,
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bargains in
Ranges, etc. Your old goods taken i"
cash prices paid for goods.
tm Ytir Jit mil done it
Hi
or
S O Vjj
Repaired and cleaned
therush
C. BARNES & t(j
Gasolitt6
Red
is 60 cents a year.
MI
SPECIAL CLUB'
BING OFFER
By special arrangement we are able to offer
the Dakota Farmer and the Aberdeen Do
Crat for one year for only 0\E DOLLAR.
The subscription price of the
MICK
The subscription price of the
DKMOCRAT
is $1.00 a year.
subscriptions or
DAKOTA FAS-
ABKRDKEX
From now until
July 1st we will accept new subscriptions
only to the DAKOTA FAKMKK
and either
RENEWALS
new
to the AHKE^KKN
DEMOCRAT together for only 0\E DOLLAR.
your
Aberdeen Publishing tl
friends
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