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vS *?•& W S Sip |§m !H7?! lis W' *T'l 1 M. 1 J9HH •r I ft lVr® fi th ,V: rp 4*1 Gity Briefs J. H. Pond spent yesterday at Columbia. M. A. Clark and family return this "^morning from Minneapolis. fj Charles Bostock went to Groton ^yesterday to see the race. .B. C. Lamont spent yesterday at *4., Huron on a short business trip. F. G. Perry of Mansfield was a business visitor in th ec'lty yesterday, Mrs. Louise Barndt has gone ot Portland, Ore., for an indefinite vis S. H. Addison of Watertown spent "1 esterday in Aberdeen attending business matters. B. T. Tauibman is back from the Twin Cities, where he spent a few S&i days on business v-JTa •pi Mrs. L. Neff of Groton and Miss Anna McCauley of Bridgewater are the guests of Mrs. G. M. L. Erwin. TSWP? F. C. Benjamin and .Tames TNI. Law Ip son were among the Aberdeen ites who attended the horse races at Gro 4,tJU yesterday. £4 A. J. Cobb, bill clerk at the North Western depot, ihas resigned his posi tion and gone to Spokane, Wash., to make his home. F. W. Schaimber left last evening for Jamestown, N. D., and other points in that state. He will prob ably be gone about one week. Mrs. E. Faus, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mi's. T. H. Faus for several months, returns to her home at Montevideo, Minn., next Saturday. and Mrs. J. S. Hart made a flying trip in their automobile yester day to Tacoma Park to bring home some articles from their summer cot tage there. G. G. Mason, superintendent of the James river division of the Milwau kee road, has been spending the past two days on a trip over the west line on official business. X'"jClark of Courts P. iE. Bunsness and •''^Siftinty Judge €. J. Hute went io Gro ton yesterday to attend the grand horse race between Colonel J. A. El liott's The Artist, and A. B. Crouch's Acey. Charles Zick, a prominent farmer of the county, residing a few miles southeast of this city, left Wednes day night for Yaquina, Ore., to spend the winter (for the benefit of his health. Isaac Lincoln, candidate :for state senator from Brown county on the republican ticket, went to Groton yesterday and from there will go to Ferriey to attend the political rally there this evening. Contractor J. J. (Dunnegan, who has chang? of putting in the sewer extension east of Washington street for the new pumping station and dlg- £v. ging the pump pits for the same, is fi-psT spending a few days in the city. Governor S. H. Blrod, who is in the county on a speaking tour spent yesterday morning with friends in Aberdeen. He lunched at the Com mercial Club yesterday noon with his predecessor In office, C. N. Herreld. Mrs.'H. p. Smith of Ludden, N. D., has been spending several days In this cttythe guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Van Horn and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Faus. She brought her daughter, ••Miss Suite Smith,-to ~tht^eityr to~»t tend the normal school. Moulton, George Walsh and John Carlson of Warner spent |L? yesterday in the city making pur ist chases, of supplies for their claims near Seim in Butte county. Late in »Wi the afternoon they started on their fri: trip to .their claims iby team? Miss Lillian Sfchlueter, who was re cently operated upon at St. Luke's slapl hospital for appendicitis, Is reported f" 'by her physician to be improving in -/V- •atren«th eyery day and will be ft ufflcjUintly, .recovered by the end of f§ the week to l^ave the hospital and her liorae," iHolines spent yesterday at S&wBao*Qtj(jgivrng testimony in the case «f' tjtie •.* Walworth county commis 8oners:againat the fifty, residents of Who areijtaeld responsible for th«'alleged damage to the county courl^' house its removal to Fnfeawr Cason',' director of the announces that Msejuredthe ^ervices'ot a new and a" new trombone player, jjfam -wlH arrive in this city understood 'f^^^^^ire^been'^iiylng with the y|sier^ to 1*1. if&t. fe.. .••!•. 'shows signs of falling. He is con scious and without pain, but his con dition is very low. Paul Proud, who is in his second year at the Michigan Military Acad emy at Orchard Lake, has been hon ored at the commencement of each year. The officers are appointed from the hundreds of students at the acad emy, and it is quite a distinction to be included in the roster, and indi cates exceedingly good standing on the part of the student. His appoint ment was to the rank of sergean.t Dean Perry will not go on a cruise as lie has been assigned to duty on Mare Island navy yard for eight months after which he will be en titled to promotion as pptty officer if his work is satisfactory. Mrs. A. E. Potwln left last night, for her homo at East Windsor, Conn., after visiting reatives in this city for several months. She will stop for some time at Rochester, X. Y., before proceeding to her home. John Morissey, the popular Great Northern railroad man, visited his friends in this city yesterday after a nine months' absence. Mr. Moris KPV 1 PFT HPrf NC hrnUnni:»n niifl H:i^ returned running ihis own train as conductor, an enjoyable surprise to many of his friends. Fred Zimmerman, who has been employed for a number of years in the lumber yards in this city has been promoted to manager of the Xort'h Star Lumber company's yard at Wishek, N. D. Mr. Zimmerman will leave to take charge of his new imsition, the fore part of this week Little George Baldwin of thi? city, who is now in St. Barnabas hospital in Minneapolis, is reported to be doing quite nicely. He under went another operation last Monday and his complete resovery is now hoped to be only a matter of time. Mrs. Baldwin remains with his con stantly. Charles Smith, a well known farm er of this county, is the victim of Greater Aberdeen's prosperity. About a year ago he purchased a fine resi dence in this city. He recently sold it wit'll the intention of buying an other one immediately. He was un able to buy the one .he expected to, or any other one, and as a conse quence he is now paying $30 a month rent In what was his own house a short time ago. William Oakmau, the popular shoeman .'better known as "Oakie," is in town visiting friends and shoe men. He made this territory before their was a railroad in Aberdeen. Mr. and Mrs. Alton R. Goodale have returned from their wedding trip to Minneapolis and Brookings and are now keeping house in the Schram house on south Jay street: Lovell Johnson, the engineer who was so seriously injured in the rail road accident at Ipswich a week ago, Is reported to be much improved and his complete recovery is antici pated. F. W. Boettcher reports the sale of the Ledinghaim house on south Jay street to John Kuethle of St. Hertbert. The consideration was $5,200. The new owner will take possession in about a month* 1 1 If the weather permits, services will be held at Stratford in the new bank building next Sunday at 3 p. in. Rev. C. C. Todd aiid I. Parry will conduct them. Everybody is cordially invit ed to attend these services. Miss Edith Seney spent Monday night In this city the guest of her cousins, Clifton and Howard Ander son on her way home to Howard from Linton, N. D., where she'has a claim. She will spend a few days at Howard and will then return to Linton. i: Copeland & Millard, the ma chinists, have sold out their plant which has been iknown as the Aber deen Machine Shop, to Mastel Bros., who will conduct it in the future. Messrs. Copeland and Millard plan to go to Colorado to enter (business. The Ooe & Howard Title company has purchased the business of the Ooe & Howard Abstract company. The officers who will pwmage the new company are: D/'W.lJ^tchelder, sec retary H. J. Giesen,* assistant secre tary and JMlss Carrie Dawes,i treas- W. D. Htfgatj returned last night from Denver. Col^'whora he .had been to take MS wife aptf son to spend the winter. The HttJe f§JloW was com peUed to 'Umve jtHis «limate during tf»e .com weath% ,for the benefit of hi« 'lieaUh, as he is sufferirig from bronchial trouble. Harrmgrton. -a member of the HopMns^ Commission -company of ^ipt» iVHyP left home thiB morning «k?ter apendtnig a few days lathe aiflrper^iparfro? this state and' the' ft^le^^^^wilSetura^M James River division of the Milwau kee road announces that T. S. Man chester of Mitchell has been appoint ed general foreman of the II. & 13. and James River divisions of the Mil waukee with headquarters at Aber deen. Mr. Manchester has been for a number of years traveling engineer with headquarters at Mitchell. F. W. Boetcher has returned from a trip of five days during which lie visited at Bismarck, Garrison, l"n-1 dei wood and Linton, North Dak', t. lie reports that the country in mat 1 part of that state is looking very fii•. Garrison, he says, was not on h" map a year ago and now has three' hanks and six elevators besides a number of business houses and resi deuces. Such is the rapidity of the Dakotas. Charles Steuberg, who was until last summer employed in this city as the manager of the North America]] Storage company and who since that, time has been employed in the creamery business at Chicago and Al iroma, Wis., will arrive in thi* city in a short time to take charge of a creamery and dairy plant, that is to be started hero by a large Chicago firm. Mrs. Stenherg will arrive in Aberdeen about two weeks hence and will be followed by her husband as soon as he can straighten up his business affairs at Algoma. County Auditor E. G. Cumin lags Tuesday morning received a tele gram from his brother, Charles, at Seattle, Wash., which stated that its sender would arrive in this city the latter part of this week to visit for some time. 1-Ie is on his way to his home in Wisconsin after an absence of eight years, spent among the gold fields of Alaska. He was at Dawson three years and the last five he spent at Nome. Before leaving for Alaska he lived for several years in the northern part of this county, where he has a large circle of friends who will be pleased to learn of his re turn. Mrs. H. W. Chandler of Alameda, Cal., is visiting her 'relatives and many friends in this city for a short time. •T. H. Kemiptliorn of this city has just traded his fine shire stallion for a tract of land near Forbes, N. D., with 0. K. Clanton of Frederick. C. Bliss Bo'lles has on view at Salisbury's a set of views of the rail road wreck at Ipswich which show very plainly the completeness of the smash-up. Pifi:':-'/ Mrs. C. A." Abrams of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, sister-in-law of Mrs. J. A, Camiplbell, arrived Sunday morning to assist in caring for Dr. Campbell, .who has been ,111 for some time at his home In this Gity. Dr. W. V. Goodfellow is making preparations to .move his household effects to Groton where the family will make their future home. The many friends of the doctor and his wiife will miss 'them greatly from this ait.v, and near vicinity and wish them well in their new home. Miss Anna Safoeiber and Roy C. Bacon were married yesterday aifter noon at the residence of Rev. C. F. Bronson, -pastor of the Baptist church. The groom is a well known farmer residing near Hufftoa and the young couple will be at home to their many friends from this date, having gone there Monday evening. Professor D. W. Broiw.n of Noxuibee Industrial school .located at McLeod, Miss., is in the city In the 'interest of his institution. He gave several tfliort talks at different churches of t'he city yesterday explaining his mission and will 'remain several days soliciting assistance for the building up of his institution. It is an effort of ithe colored people of his section to help themselves to become better citizens and": self-supporting and should have the 'heairty suipport of those whqt helleve In education and the betterment of thie human raoe. xVfft 1 Normal School Notes The Young Woman's Christian As sociation of the Normal has issued _lnvltatlon8_fcoLft bawniiat., to J)e. givsa in honor of the State Secretary, Ad visory Board and Faculty, Monday evening Nov. 12. ,x The Forum Literary Society has arranged the following program for tthe next meeting Nov.,10, '06. atem bers will respond to roll call with ah item, of current events. Instrumental solo... .Mabel Brlckson Reading.'. .7 3^ S' ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT, FETDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1906 etery. The child died of pneumonia Redfleld at Aberdeen for the first Fri last Sunday afternoon. day in February and with Redfleld Superintendent G. G. Mason of the t'le mm McPoriland ,• Anderson WT Ufa rill I ni..V 'Mandolin Club \fj\V •^,ora Payne, "»j.'B'IeSa Vander Horck Saturday in March. Nego- tiations are also pending for a game with Bowdle at Aberdeen Dec# 7, and with Fargo, N. D., at Fargo, Dec. 21, and Moorhead, Minn., at Moorhead, Dec. 22. A •v Interest in the coming contest be tween the norma! foot ball team and the Athletic Association of Redfleld Friday is growing more intense daily. New zest is added by the enthusiasm among the boys of tie squad. Prof. Mansfield says that the desire for practice on the part of the boys was never so encouraging. The addition nf Seely Bennett, mic of the Stars of last year's team, and of Raymond Young within the iast few days has greatly strengthened the team. En thusiasts in this splendid outdoor same nay look forward to a good same. It will be close enough to make it exciting through both halves if Kedfield puts up its usual game. The model school, Monday after noon, gave the tir.st of a series of entertainmehts to be given from time tip Lime to parents ami friends or the pupils, A good audience assembled to listen to the efforts of the chil dren. The theme running through the program was suggestive of Autumn. Some of the features that were unusually attractive and merited the applause given them were a Brownie's song by the chil dren of the primary department, a dialoguy .by representatives of the Fifth and Sixth grades and the build ing of a pyramid of food products and. flowers. The exercises were inter sperced with (music and recitations. The entire hour was well spent iby all who took part as well its by those who listened. AT HI TOWN SUFFERS SEVERE LOSS EARLY YESTERDAY MORNING Vy Town Livery Barn and City Hotel Barn Totally Consumed and Seven Horses Burned—Entire North End of Town Saved With Difficulty— Origin of Fire is Unknown. Doland, S. D., Oct. 34:— (Special to .th§ American)—The most de structive lire .that has occurred in this town for several years burned a livery barn and the City Hotel barn, causing a total loss in each in stance. The insurance on the livery barn was $1,000 and on the hotel barn $300. The entire north end of the tow was saved with difficulty. The broke out about 7 o'clock this mornings The eause of the blaze is not known. Seven horses were burned. GEMOE 0STHOEF MARRIED Popular Columbia Druggist Weds Kansas City Girl The marriage pt Miss Mae Vieregg and Mr. Wi amifGeo rge Osthoff, was celebrated Wednesday evening, Oc tober 24, 8:30 O'clock, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Vieregg, 4420 East Tenth street. Before the ceremony Miss Nola Sparrow sang ."Because," after which the wedditog service was per formed by the Rev, Lawrence Proc ter, pastor of thfij Independence Ave nue Baptist churchy. As the bride's cousin, Miss Edna Vieregg, played the wedding mareh.the bridal couple took their places,*un'a!ttended, under a canopy of autumn ^e&ves from which hung a marriage^jbell. The, bride wore a. gown of llb^y satin trimmed In cluny lace and carried a bouquet of ~^ffd¥ "roBes.i^jsf- the" "reception which followed the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Vieregg were assisted toy Mies Anna Brison^ Mlss Clara Hise, Mrs. Metta Robti Jand Mrs. Mamie Bantling. The ^»|i of town guests were Mr. and Mr&i'Edward Osthoff and MJBs Lena OjbtfrOff of Columbus, Kas., Mr. Charles Oethoff of In dependence, KasfsHftd Mr., and Mrs. Frank Vieregg ^I$61!day, Kas. MT. and Mrs.Osthoff ifeiH tie athomeiakifter November injq3tantoIa,S. 1^.. HEMM&S Violet Adam en aintfw for tlte Wttthem Illinois their way to Edmunds county where they had purchased land of the Northwestern Land company. One has purchased a half section and the other two have two sections and a quarter. Each family is well fixed financially and their advent into the country will no doubt result in its Improvement. EXCITING RACE AT GROTON BE TWEEN ABERDEEN HORSES Five Heats Required to Settle Su premacy of Either Animal—Acey Ttr .. n*. VT mi a vvra rirsi xwo iieais, xne Artist the Second Two—Latter Lost Fifth and Deciding Heat by Breaking Twice After Having it Well in Hand. The Artist, the 4 year old stallion owned by Colonel J. A. Elliott of this city, and Acey, A. B. Crouch's fam ous stallion, contested one of the prettiest and most exciting races ever seen in Brown county, yester day afternoon at the Groton Driving Park. The match was for a purse of $500, $250 a side, and required five heats to settle it. Acey .won the first two and the Artist second two. Jn the third heat The Artist broke twice and lost the race after having it well in hand. The time of the heats were 1:27, 1:27, 1:20, 1:21, 1:23. The track was heavy and caused slow time. B. B. Ward drove The Artist and Ed Griffin, Acey. Adgregor won the 2:20 trot over Gentlemanly Jim in three straight heats. Both horses are Groton horses so the event was not of so much in terest to the large number of local sports that attended the race from this city, In the United States land office in this city, during the month of Oc tober, ending yesterday, were twenty six homestead entries involving 3, 423 acres of land sixteen homestead proofs, involving 2,385 acres and 1,739 acres were sold. Arthur Voight and Ed Pfeifer left yesterday morning for their claim near Pierre to spend some time im proving their land. They took a large amount of household goods with them to make their clai mshanty as comfortable as possible. B. F. MARKIN, PHISICIAN AND SURGEON Office at residence, Columbia, S. Dak. A. q. STRATTON, D. D. S. ,? '/A ABERDEEN, S. D. jry-, Office over Crescent PhRrmacy JOHN WADE "4'Jt. T&, TAXES PAID FOR NON-RESIDENTS. COL LECTIONS. LOA'NS. INSURANCE. "H mt AND STOCK RANCHES Room 15. "Northwestern Bank Block ABERDEEN, S. DAK. FARM LANDS Steamship ^Tickets Houses and Lots —FOR SALE— Barrett & Son 1 Boom 11, Wells Block l««4 '3 '"-&WW* TUaUaa Itegalkt ,(e»r*'Cr 'fot, tr tasm t*twte,t*iC4e»- TO SOLVED THAT JonC PE.OPLE OONT KRTOV/ HOW To DR£jr THEM^/FLVEJ. WHY DONY THEYJWJF COME TO US WE CAN JHOV VOU THE" BEST CLOTRI£5 INFLU A^O QUAI,ITL£R foR. THC LfftST /nONEY.AWD SEND ~Too AWAY LOOHIHC AJ" Smstizd AS YOU rEEL.TH E PERSOTIVHO ISWELG S EV/ERV ADV/AMTAC£ IN BUJIWESS OR.lt/ sJociAL Lire THC fCXSRLY OREJffD ODE 5 I^'NT IT TRU£ TI«.C NO MATTER HOW FINE, -5TYU.5H YOUR GOWN MAY IaSH HAT -5POIL,5 IT ALL. BECOMES YOU, A COLOR WELL IN, BOTH ARE PRIME REQUI-SITE^--BUT ABOVE ALL THE HAT MU-5T HAVE -5TYLE. TO 6ET -5TYLE YOU MUJT Go ORS. HAT5 ARE NOT FIGURED BY OUNCES OR INCHES. BUT BY THE ELUSIVE MEASURE OF TONE—STYLE. THE POPULARITY OF THIS STORES MILLINERY DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN REACHED BY GIVING THE ACME OF STYLE FOR THE MOST MODEST PRICE POSSIBLE. «JUST NOW WE WOULD CALL YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION To AN UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE SHOWING OF FINE DRESS HATS IN BLACK AND THE NEW FALL COLORINGS. FOR THE DAYS SOON Mrs. Edw. Grabber MILLINERY DEPT. OLWIN-ANGELL CO. 'BUILDING MATERIAL Get it at the Yards at Aberdeen, Ipswicb, Faulkton, Mellette, James, Warner, Columbia, Plana, Selby, Java, Bowdle. F. N. LEWIS k" Carries Everything in the Harness Line at Prices to meet any Competi Jtion. Special prices now offered on gBuggies, Manure Spreaders, Wagons F. N. Lewis, bEAl/TIFUL AND BE, AN UN/5TYL THE -5HAPE THAT THAT YOU LOOK TO JTYLE CREAT COME WE HAVE SECURED A GOOD COLLECTION OF THE SEASONS CLEVEREST STYLES IN CAPS FoR ALL AGES. Woven Wire Fence, Emerson and Defiance High Lift Plows ***WWWWWWWW»WHH & sWatkin's Remedies Jiaye stood the test and are found to be the Sold on trial at TS H. MOEN'S LITTLE STORE ^pne. block west of Ward Hotel ••BICHH o'i| Hj|» William iDrlsk of Nbrtthville has purchased a Mock of stock In the Jackson 'Hardware company*and will tafc® an-active part in the -business. He will move' his family to/Aberdeen' in the near future. Eygabroad of -HecfaMal^ rfepttblican county cjentcal comtiMtee, spent yesterday in, Aaei- He^esWed. at Columbia, S. D. iE. th® iKn«eting whlcfc wafhheid yesterday id the sec retary's o«ce In the Wells block KJtkiS •I T. rf best 0 jp. Bohert Latdlcrw, who has charge bf the machine department McArthur & Son, .has just recelvS tfa, toe new delivery wag0n through him by Ladn!r this city, ased 1^ 6r of P. Keenan Jias sold ihls resi «ence on south Second street »irah A. Chase of Wisconsin. Keenan wlU occupy' the bouse tff13 KWne street formerly .occupied hy Judge A W. OampbrtL.