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N.LEWIS I. Lewis, jncota News pin^r a *Pe11 jarries Everything in the Harness •ine at Prices to meet any Competi tion. Special prices now offered on Juggies Manure Spreaders, Wagons, ^oven Wire Fence, Emerson and )eflance High Lift Plows of nice (,f weatl1" March finds us with Lu-arns spent a few days |cr. ^Clier is suffering from a HI' neuralgia. Ifltun and F. S. Vincent at hf 11 relay evening. jjan, one of our well to do low milking 16 fresh cows. Per was up from Ellendale Couple of days as a home straelian and the child Itiiig at D. C. Vaughansat 3 Viiuglian attended the jr. Jensen in Aberdeen, .Johnson spent St. Pat Htii her aged father and fers were in this locality lev seein to think that tlie day the better the lainiine lias just returned [Dakota where he went to hie of the opportunities Bain gives us. [like fall, they say Mr. Jt a new potatoe digger, eeins like spring for Floyd bt a new fanning mill. [Cayman is about to re tina. lie will be accom Ir. Win. Cayman's father, buy a farm in Oneota. 3aulton and Mr. and Mrs were among those who sduol oflicers' meeting I and report an interesting Bii' to hear some good music, just ask Mr. by Mr. Mainlines' friend) evening with you and be sorry. lie is the pos lo tine graphaphones and lii'l tliey are simply im Dii,r his best pieces are: fhanr' and "Just Plain It Straelian who won a $90 iMi Arthur's Piano Tem |i)u' words out of Kimball, ud possessor of one of pi-'h grade pianos. That's |)ur brains girls whenever ui.ity presents itself." loutuied nothing won." In I'd ot otliers who got |ii:d we did not hear the [cial Sale beautiful of China he See in window ete Series of Blue -f [r.v and Granite A Special Sale oa 'NESDAYsj -AND 2 VHDAYSj Hire! I^SER, Prop, j.v Columbia. S. D. Another Pedro party at A. Moffat's. Since cards without money are as in nocent as soda without whiskey" says a noted magazine author, so the good work goes on. Mr and Mrs. A. Moffat gave a Pedro party and oyster supper at their pleasant home, Wed nesday evening, March 14 and a tine time was had. Not only were oysters served, but an excellent supper, be sides a lots of ice cream. It was evi dent from the tine repast served that Mrs. Moffat proved herself to be an expert in the culinary art. The oys ters were a tine Lenten treat and the ice cream was delicious. The party took flight at 2:30 o'clock and return many thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Moffat who did all they could to make it a very pleasant affair. Mansfield Miss Louise Tennis spent Sunday at home. II. Kruger went down to Redfield last Friday. L. R. McGarry spent Friday night in Aberdeen. School closes March 30 for a vaca tion of one week. F. A. Remde and wife spent Satur day night with friends in Mellette. Three new members were taken into the M. YV. A. last Saturday night. Carl Oliver was in town Saturday and made Northville between trains. Mr. Miner who lias been in town for several days went up to Aberdeen, Saturday night. Rev. Tresidder went out to Pierre, Tuesday morning to look after his real estate interests. F. L. Freeman is laid up, the result of a fall while doing some carpenter work in his own house. Several from here spent Friday evening pleasantly at Warner at the M. YV. A, banquet and ball. Profs. Cole and Wheaton* of South Dakota Agricultural college are two of the principal speakers of the institute. F. A. Remde and wife were Aber deen visitors Saturday, Mr. Remde going up to attend the school Idirect ors meeting. A church meeting will be held directly after services next Sunday for the purpose of hiring a pastor for the ensuing year. Mr. Wm. Wrigley has been engased as instructor of the Manstield band. YVith Mr. Wrigley as instructor and faithful work on the part of the mem ber. We will undoubtly have a good baud. Whiter than Snow was given at Mellette last Saturday night by the Mansfield choir. They had a good house for Saturday ni^ht and were royally entertained while there by the citizens of that place. A good moving picture entertain ment will be given iiere next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. The pas sion play complete will be the princi pal attraction. A go-id lady singer is with the company. The songs will be illustrated. Popular prices. Frederick From Frederick Free l'ress. M. Y. Redding has moved his family to the Thompson farm adjoining town. The office room has been torn out of Gorder's shop and many changes made in the arrangement of the stock. Mrs. R. L. Steves returned home last evening after a visit of several days among her Frederick friends. Hezekiah Butterworth is able to at tend school again, having about re covered from the effects of the recent powder explosion. Groton From the Herald John Eyestone and wife have re turned from their wedding trip to Iowa, and will soon go to Aberdeen where they have purchased a home. A. McKinnon and wife, C. E. Cum mins and wife of Putney, Iiob Dix son and wife and M. E. Brown and wife were entertained at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B Quiggle Friday last. The board of Dirctors of the Groton Driving Park Association held a meet ing and decided to hold circuit races, provided, as previously agreed, the circuit award Groton the dates, -July 3 and 4. The circuit will probably consist of Browns Valley, Sisseton, V&T/ ment0* namec1' ABERDEEN DUMOORAT, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1906 Webster* Briuoh," Groton and Abei leen, racing following the towns in If tliese arrange- Sm?«Ca^OUtGrot°n can look for some first class races this season. pfriLrUfl?°r 'S wS c,rculation to the tnc frn'm^r1" Chicago & North- e!£tend their line north rom Groton into North Dakota. In the early 90's this line was laid out to pi! n^r' r-' a.ncl a r'Sht of way se re Hard times came on and the project was abandoned. Now, with the revival of railroad building, talk Jf the scheme is revived. The right of way between Groton and Claremont nearly an 1)eld in trust Jo]m Anderson and F. II. Smith, but neither of tliese 'gentlemen has been approached by tlie company. Columbia Mrs. John Gaskin and her daughter. e' were down Wednesday evening to see the "Isle of Spice." Geo. Ilubbell left last North Dakota, where he file on land west of Minct. week for expects to J. S. Sheridan is back from Colorado and reports folks all doing well. He will remain here for a while. This vacation from Wednesday to Monday in the Aberdeen high school gave Florence and .Jcanette Daly chance to spend a few days at their homes. There will be no lodge at Columbia of the D. of II., March 27, 1905 as so so many will attend the D. of II. con vention at Aberdeen to be held that date. Claude Besse and others who are in terested in base ball, are doing some hustling to get a strong team organiz ed for the season near at hand. Co lumbia made a good record last year year on the diamond and still have the boys to keep their reputation good. Earl Fessenden has rented the old Ed Daly place and will take possession as soon as the buildings can be moved across the road and 80 rods north (in the shelter of the trees. The place is now owned by Alex McFarlan 'of Flint, Mich and is the making of one of the linest farms in the county. A "sample" social will be held in the Everson school house YVednesday evening, March 28. Each ladj puts a sample of her dress or necktie in an envelope which she places in her box. The purchaser of the box identities his lady by means of the sample. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Grand Chief of Honor Ida M. Nel son of Pierre, South Dakota, visited Columbia Lodge No. 64, on its regular lodge night, February 13. Notwith standing it being an extremely cold stormy night there was a good attend ance. After lodge G. C. of H. Mrs. Nelson gave one of her pleasant, help ful and instructive talks which one must hear to fully appreciate. Then a supper was served which certainly did credit to even the Degree of Honor. So pleasant an evening was spent by those present that the ab sent members were again reminded that they always miss something good if they don't attend lodge meetings. Houghton Marcus Bang lias moved onto one of the Tollefson farms in Greenfield. Mr. Casson of Yiroqua, Wis., lias been visiting his nephew, J. C. Camp bell. Most of the Houghton four hundred attended the St. Patrick's ball at Hec'a last Friday. There will be a lecture on the Holy Land, illustrated with steroptican views in tl.e church next 1'iiday evening. Uliauncy Buxton takes Herbert Slater's place iu the store,Herbert go ing with his folks onto laud iu the vicinity of the Missouri river. Will Sanderson, who is working for Frank Besse, met with a paintul ac cident last Sunday. While hauling out manure he fell from the wagon, injuring his left arm severely. The bridges about which thei lias bean so much talk will be completed this week. Then comes the approach etc. We see Lansing es, voted the sum of 84U0 to be used on work at the Branch bridge. We are late with results ol town ship elections but better late than never, so here goes it with Lansing in the lead. A. M. elected treasurer C. M. Spurr supervision anu ttuu Mitchell was again L. S Coburn, clerk W. W. DeLa, assessor: Anton Fangen and Wallace road overseers. Shelby: J. Penn Paddock, II. as- Crotiyn, Duerr, treasurer Will Hall, clerk Thos. lollef- George Kilpatick, Messrs. Tunby, Reis W. Jones, Paddock and sessor son, supervision justice of peace dorph, Plon, Tollifsou, road overseers. L. S. NARREGANG, Mgr shafting, We are head quarters for gas and gasoline en gines. Eleven different makes to pick from. Be sure you see us before you buy, as we can save you money. Aberdeen, on E. Ivarlen is calculating on moving his store building from where it now stands to the corner where the Grand once stood, and later Jaques' hotel burned down. J. II. Wynn went to Aberdeen on YVednesday to leasfe school lands, hav ing been fooled by a mistake in the last issue of this paper, which stated lands would be leased on YVednesday instead of Saturday. Brainard Ordway Mrs. J. C. Hall was a Hnbcity caller on Monday. rs. C. Locker spent the past week in Aberdeen. Ward Russell made a business trip to Aberdeen, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Tormey visited in Aberdeen the past few days. R. W. VanWiokle of Afton, Iowa, arrived with his family on Saturday. They were accompanied by a brother, Mr. B. Van Winkle, also a sister of Mrs. V. from Spokane, Washington. They are all delighted with Dakota. Quite a number from Ordway at tended the St. Patrick's ball in Aber deen and none of the crowd are very loud in its praires. The floor was de cidedly on the bum. The foot prints were plainly visible in the Dakota dust which covered the floor an inch thick. St. Patrick would not have felt very flattered had he witnessed the "grand ball." Favorite Remedy lor Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a favorite with the mothers of small children. It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other ser ous consequences. It not only cures croup, but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack. For sale by all druggists. JOINT CONFERENCE MEETS. Operators arid Miners in Session at Indianapolis. Indianapolis, March 21.—The second joint conference of the coal operators and miners of the Central competitive district, which is the result of the ef forts of President Roosevelt to effect a permanent peace in the coal indus try, adjourned during the afternoon after referring the dispute to the joint scale committee, which will meet in the morning. President Mitchell delievered a brief address in which he outlined his views as to the purpose of the conference and at the close of which he moved the adoption of the scale demanded by the miners, which provided for an in crease of 12 Va per cent. The motion was lost, the operators voting unani mously in the negative. In his address, Mr. Mitchell said the conference was the result of interven tion in an impending labor conflict by President Roosevelt, and he thought the people were grateful that the presi dent had intervened. HEARING IS ADJOURNED. Count Castellane Said to Be III and Unafcle to Attend Court. Paris, March 17—Judge Ditte, pres ident of the First tribunal of the Seine, summoned the Count and Countess Boni de Castellane during the day for the purpose of seeking a reconcilia tion under the wife's last application for absolute divorce. The countess, formerly Anna Gould, was present with Edmund Kelly, her lawyer. The count's attorney presented a certificate from a doctor saying the former was sick and unable to be present in court. The hearing was then adjourned for a fortnight. si W iiti Roll City EM BISTER! STMf ST25 pulhes, feed mills, batteries and igniting apparatus. at Miss Pearl Kelly spent Sunday Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Straelian and family liave returned to their home in Aberdeen. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Vaughan spent an enjoyable Sundeay with Mr. and Mrs. no. Geyer. Mr. Bryan Elliott and son, George, arrived from Hartley, Iowa, last week. Mr. Elliott will return to his home Thursday, while George will stay and run the farm, on what is known as the Dominy place. The citizens of Brainard held a tele phone meeting in No. 5 school house on Saturday last. This is a worthy cause and all the farmers should take hold and push it along. They seem to realize this and most all turned out. A committee was appointed to confer with the Groton and Ferney line on Saturday next. All are anxiously awaiting the outcome. Rondell Rondell Sunday school will observe Easter with appropriate exercises. E. P. Ashford and wife attended tlieHockin's sale at Mellette Thurs day. Harry Bradford came up from Aber deen, Monday, to look after his inter ests. Edna Olson went to Aberdeen Wednesday to attend the teachers' examination. Cold winds are prevailing despite old Saul who is trying to put warmth into old Mother Earth. Fred and George Gray have return ed from North Dakota, where they have taken up homesteads. Lulu Slack returned to Mellette, Friday morning, after spending a day with her aunt, Mrs. Clarence Cowles. A1 Ilagan's horse did not get along very well through the trying or deal of having a broken leg, so a merciful man shot it. The serial dinners which have been given by the King's Daughters during the winter are now ended and in the future teas will be served instead. Sam Halwick and wife have return ed from Edmunds county where they have been visiting with the Miller family, former residents of Rondell. The Degree of Honor from Verdon gave the play "Freezing a Mother-in law'* at Woodman Hall, Monday even ing. The verdict given by those who attended was "good." Henry Slack has returned from Canada. Henry greets his old friends with that old genial smile of his which implies "I am glad to see you and old Dakota as well." Mrs. Clarence Cowles entertained the King's Daughters and their husbands last Thursday. After din ner the usual meeting was held and it was voted that ten dollars should be given to the "Japan Relief Fund" and for this year's work. The society will start a church fund. Mrs. Olson W.<p></p>Company We candidly believe that the Imperial Dri Has more good points than any Drill on Earth The horse-lift feature alone makes it worth more than any other drill, and it ex cels in many other ways. We refer you to many of our customers who not only say it is the BEST drill, but the ONLY drill. We invite you to call and look it over. You will admit that our statements are correct. JOHN McARTHlR & SON Aberdeen S. D. L.T SEVEN W. CAMP, Salesagent 'SU&J2te We also handle Dodd &. Struth ers Copper Cable Lightning Rod. 25 per cent dis count on Insur ance when your buildings are protected by these rods. So. Dakota w, will give a tea Thursday afternoon, March 29th. A good attendence is re quested as there is important work to be done. Sleeplessness Disorders of the stomach produce a nervous condition and often prevent sleep. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets stimulate the digestive organs, restore the system to a healthy condition and make sleep possible. For sale by all druggists. WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. 1 Northern Wheat Nortnern Wneat.. 3 Northern Wheat 4 Northern Wheat Rejected a ^2? 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