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HARVESTER SUIT
CARPENTER and BUILDER
will do general contracting. Our motto, honest prices and lonest
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516 N. Lincoln Street. Phonel429. ABERDEEN, 8J).
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C. D. Sterling,' of Redfi^ld, appear
ed to justice court before-Justice W.
Jones Tuesday mowing, ,in bej
baljf of iMina A. Gould, who was
kued iy the Cummlngs Harvester
company of Pekln, I1L, for $100 on a
rt Melby, of Ploneer. ^ansact-
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Five dwellings* For Sale
No. 221 Seventh avenue west,6 rooms, water, gas and sewer con
nections, cement walks, trees, fenced Corner 50x142. Rents
for $20. Price $2,300.00.
No. 219 Seventh avenue west, 10 room -dwelling, bath,, water, gas
and sewer, cement walks, trees, fenced. Rents for $30. Lot
50 142. Price $3,000.00.
No.1 602 Ninth avenue east,
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rooms. Lot 70 100 corner, fenc­
ed, water in house. Rents for $18.00. Price $1,500.00.
No. 1122 South Second street, 4 room dwelling, large barn, two
lots, corner 100 142. Rents for $18.00. Price $2,800.00.
No. 208 Eighth avenue west, 7 room dwelling, bath, water, gas
and sewer, cement walks, trees, small barn, lot 50 142. Rents
for" $25. Price $3,000.00.
terms. See n». 100 vacant lot#.in city. S. W. Narregangl
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The Standard is Never
Lowered
when once SNOWW HIT® flour is on
the banner floating in the breeze of
competition. The SNOW WHITE
brand's quality never conies down and
it's our constant effort to increase its
present high grade. "Dependable"
describes the situation exactly.
Naturally you can count on good
bread if you use SNOW WHITE flour.
WILSON
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Undertaker
CATHOLIC SOCIETIES
Ate in Session at Indianapolis—Brief
Talks^by Noted plates.
JndianapoliSj Ind., July'16.—The
two sessionB of the convention of the
American' Federation of Catholic so-
ct®tieB
J!1*1"1**1* ttld'fot appear
mitt, so Justice Jones
|tti$i«msd^the caae asseesing th^ CMU.
~nlnt -the plalntig. '0"\'Vk£
weer taken up with hearing
the report of the credential commit
tee, the NationalJ officer^' report' aMd
the Appointment of standing commit*
tees Archbishop jamin Q. Blenk' of
New Orleans and Rev, Father Cur
rier, & missionary to. the inai^wa of
the west, made brief tulles to the con-
DISTRICT NUMBER
FIVE ADOPTS THEM^J
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The System Is Meeting With Great
Favor in the County And Super­
intendent Jorgenson Expects More
to Follow.
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County Superintendent Jorgenson
has recently received word from a
county school district which will be
of interest to all county citizens.
Lansing school district, number. 5, at
the last meeting of the directors of
that district adopted the free text
book system, that is, the district will
furnish the school books to all pupils
in attendance. The books are thus
paid for out of the general fund of
the district and it is entiinated ac
curately that the cost of furnishing a
pupil with books for a whole school
year with this system will not ex
ceed fifty cents but will lie between
that sum and twenty-five cents. This
is of course after the books to start
with are paid for. It can be easily
seen by these figures that the saving
financially of all families having
children of school age will be great.
Heretofor the expense of school
books has rested only upon the fam
ilies, rich or poor, who desired to
educate their children. But with
the. free text system, with the books
paid for out of the general fund the
expenses are shared by all taxpayers
including the railroads and every
corporation. At a glance the wiseness
of such a course is evident, for coun
try schools.
Lansing district is between Hecla
and Houghton, northeast of here and
has three buildings. It is one Of the
most progressive districts of the
county and is usually found interest
ed in any advantageous proposition.
The matter of free texts was dis
c&ssed at some length at the meet
ing last winter of the county di
rectors and many districts took very
kindly to the idea, particularly the
northern districts of the county.
Lansing was the first though and
now that one has taken the initia
tive it is likely, that many will fol
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LINTON BALL TEAM!®
DEFEATS EUREKA
38$
al^d dl8*
Eureka, S. D., July 16.—(Special
to the American.)t—'The Linton ball
team, accompanied by a large num
ber of rooters, arrived here Saturday
and defeated the team of this place
Sunday by a score of 10 to 3. Flana
gan and Rhodes did the battery work
for Linton, while Odle .and William
son did the same service for the local
team. Up to the fifth inning it was
a well played game, the score stand
ing 2 to 1 in Eureka's -favor, but er
rors on the part of the local team
gave Linton the greater part of the
scores. Flanagan of Linton did good
,work, fanning out 18 men and allow
ing but two hits. Other features of
jthe game were the two .home rune by
Flanagan and Koll and the two dou
ble plays by Epxeka. Following was
the line-up of the two teams:
,. Eureka—Parkhurst, 3b I Hoffman
jlf. Bronstad, ss. Williamson, c.
,pdle, Guse, 2b. Johns, lb. W.
fiuhin and E. Schlenkenberger, rf. J.
.jSuhin, cf.
Linton—Streeter, rf. Koll, 3b.
Flanagan, p. Haas, ss. Rhodes, c.
Rtember, cf. Long, 2b. Clayton, lb.
Lynn, if.
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A return game has been arranged
-frith Linton for August 4, and efforts
'are being made to procure a special
train for the Eureka people.
HEART FAILURE
Ends Life of Head of
indicate.
Ottumwa, iowa, July 16.—A. W.
Lee, president of the liee syndicate o£
newspapers, including the Ottumwa
CouHer, the DaVenport Times, the
Muscatine Jo^rneli the L& i- Crosse
Tribune and the Ha.nnlbaI'^Courier
Poet, ^died-of
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heart disease 'at Not­
tingham, Jtglsnd^ijit thej home'' of
B1» .brother-injlaw,1 Frank' Mafatn,
Uftjtedt states consuy at that piac^,
C- Lamont baa gon^to^Mio-
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ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, JULY 19,1907.
NEW CHEMICAL TEFJTED
Addition to City's Fire department
.improved Most Satisfactoijrifi
The fire department last 'night
tested the new chemical tank the city
recently purchased and the test was
a grand success. A large pile of
boxes was gathered and soaked in
oil in the rear of the Red Front
grocery and ignited. The chemical
was turned loose on the burning mass
and the fire was extinguished in lees
than 15 seconds.
The chemical uses a combination
of soda, sulphuric acid and water
wh}cli it emits in a fine spray onto
the fire. The engine worked last
night under a 140 pounds pressure
and threw a stream far enough to
make it a very desirable fire fighter
in this city.
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WILL INCREASE
lisi THEIR CAPITAL
The Trust and Savings bank of
this city, one of the most prosperous
institutions of the city, will very
shortly double its capital, which now
is $25,090. The banks busi
ness has grown so appreciably in the
past year that the officers think such
an increase in waiTanted'and the
bank will begin business very soon
on the $50,000 capital. This will
place it on a par with all but one
of the other banks in this city. This
increase of capital brings /frith it an
increase in the list of stockholders,
most of whom will be Aberdeen men.
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READY FOR OCCU-
BY AUGUST
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The Addition Is a Fine Modern
Structure—Eighteen Htpr Wards
Available—Elevator and Electric
Bells and Modern Instalments All
Through.
With the completion of the new
addition to the Brown county hos
pital about August 1st, the institu
tion will become one of the best coun
ty Institutions of its kind in the
state and in some features cannot be
excelled in the northwest.
The addition, which is frame, is
forty-nine feet by thirty feet and ha,s
a
complete basement under it. The
building throughout is finished in
hard wood, hard wood floors and cas
ings and the wall finish is plain
white. The entire finish is of a
specially fine
Quality
and the strong
feature of the entire structure is its
appearance of durability.
There are practically four floors,
counting the basement. The ground
floor and the second floor are all sub'
divided into ward rooms with the ex
ception of a space on the second, floor
seventeen by eighteen feet which is
the operating room. This room is
an excellent one for the purpose and
answers along felt want at this hos
pital. It is high and perfectly light
ed by sky lights and is declared by
physicians to be as good as any found
anywhere.
There are eighteen beds, availably
on the first and second floors. The
top floor is fitted out for the occu
pancy of the nurses.,^
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The addition has an elevator anf
is fitted throughout with, electric
bells with return call and the plumb
ing of the building is the latest type.
Altogether the building is a line
one and deflects credit u?on the
county and city.
The painting and plumbing
is nearing rapid completion and Mr.
Rice, superintendent of the»shospital
said last night that by August 1st
the new structure would be in use.
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*&u?lan Johnston, of St. Paul, who
wW,ihe guest of Mr. .and Mrs. C. A,
Lrtjjn, was tal:en to his home last ev
edinir/ sufferlng from a severe at
tactf o? appendicitis.
CASTORIA
Vsr lnflutta and Children.
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ASSESSMENT BOARD WILL NOT
HAVE TO GO TO THE
5 LIMIT
Thirty Thousand Dollan jii General
Fund From Warrants—Total in
Fund Is Soundly, Four Hundred
Thousand.
Pierre, S. D., July 12.—(Special to
the American.)—While the assess
ment board of the state at the com
ing meeting for assessment and equal
ization has been given power by. the
legislature to make levies aggregat
ing five and one-fourth mills, it is
hardly likely that it will go to the
limit, as the state funds are in bet
ter shape so far as the goneral fund
is concerned than they, have been for
a long time, the warrants having
been upon a cash basis for several
months, with nearly thirty thousand
dollars on hand in that fund at the
beginning of the fiscal year. The
board may If they so desire and think
necessary make a general levy of four
mills, and are instructed to make a
special levy of one E\nd one-fourth
mills for a twine plant at the pent
tentlary. With the treasury in., good
shape, and the increase in valuations
which must come from, the increase
in property in the state, the addi
tional two mill state levy may not
all be 'required, cuting the levy down
slightly. The last monthly report of
the state treasurer, besides showing
this condition, of the general fund
shows in round numbers four hun
dred thousand dollars fro .mallfsOurc
es in the treasury, practically all of
which Is deposited in banks in the
state, the deposit in eastern Vanks
which has been carried by past .truas
urers having been practically elimin
ated by Treasurer Cassill, who evi
dently believes in giving the state
banks the benefit of the funds.
A. BROWN WRITES AND
TELLjS.WHY THEY ARE
ILLEGAL
Boards in Former Times Failed. to
Make a Large Enough Levy—ill
the $36,000 Now Illegal-$12,000
Can Be Made Legal tttily by Elec­
tion—The School. House Question.
What is this city to do in the mat
ter of a school house for thei we&t
side. Monday H. S, ^Williams,
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president »of. the school board r$-r
ceived word, from F. A. Brown, one
of the members of the. school board
who is in Chicago on business con
nected with the recent turn down of
the $35,000 in bonds by .the Harris
Trust & Savings bank' and in the
communication, .the. situation
in
sis
ex­
plained.
The bonds as they now stand are
all illegal says the attorney for the
bonding' company. The $23,000
bonds' for refunding warrants, the
company declares,- are illegalTfoecaus£t:
they exceed the amount of levies
board has made. The $12,000
for building the west side school
house would be legal were they sanc
tioned by a special election called for
the purpose, '^his last difficulty Is
a great one, foif it'will be impossible
to call a speciaf election for 'that
purpose and then should the bonds
carry,- build the"bnilding by Septem
ber 1st. Shouid vthey not. carry at
a special election wouid of coarse
make the difliculty much greater.
The* school .boftrd will meet soon tp
discuss the queStlon but in the In
terim the question grows as to what
the, Wjsst eidejwlllj do ftr a school
house iWth the«ld bullding half toni^
down and th^i^n^a'^or the'tre^f
in the condition just explained.
MUST PAY WAGES
Henry Dunkel Loes Lawsuit in Jus*
tice Court to William Mats
In justice court Tuesday Judge
Jones heard the case of William Mass
vs. Henry Dunkel. The former sued
tor $99 for labor and farm machin
ery furnished by himself and mem
bers of his family at sundry times
during the past few years. The Judge
awarded a verdict for the plaintiff
for $73. Ira O. Curtiss represented
the plaintiff and E. T. Taubman ap
peared for the defendant.
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'ORDWAY DEFEATED
Ordway, S. D., July 14.—(Special
to the American.)—Ordway met the
fast Frederick base ball team on the
Westport diamond Sunday and went
down to defeat, the score being seven
to five. Inability to connect with
Runger's benders when men were on
bases lost Ordway the game. Bat
teries—Runge and Jackson Russell
and MyerB.
RAIN SAVES
?ns
Does Immense Good to The Michigan
farmers,
Sault Ste. IMarie, Mich., ^y^l^.
Asteady rainfall which started last
evening has deadened the forest flres
in the upper peninsula, and they will
be extinguishefi by morning, if the
rain continue^--: The huckleberry
crop of northern Michigan is saved
by this rain, and it will, be of great
bonefit to the farmers.
BARN^BtJiNS AT BRADLEY.
Bradley, S. D., July 16.—S. B. Cad
well's barn and its entire contents
was destroyed by fire. The origin of
the fire is a mystery.
TOLSTOI RUMORED DEAD
London, July 16.—The Dally Tele
graph prints a dispatch from St.. Pe
tersburg that there, is an unconflrmed
rumor there .that Count Tolstoi, is
dead.
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Mr. und Mrs. S. A. Gooding bave
returned from a month's trip on! the
Coast.
The remains of iMartln Erlckson,
who met his death accidentally Sun
day morning, by falling down stairs
were shipped to his late home at Cher
okee, Iow«, Tuesday morning. The
body was' taken in charge by B. O.
Cobb, a friend of the dece^ed.
Cobb says Erlckson was 44 years
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BURGLAR IN THE HOUSE AWAK
ENS MRS. CAMPBELL WHO 1
SCARES HOC AWAY
Mrs. Campbell Was Alone Willi
Son, Roger—Awakens and
aid and -leaves an orphaned boy 15 are doing nicely and are numbered
years old. amoug our good, progressive c^lzens.
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the Intruder—She Sdreams ind He|
Makes His Escape.
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The first authentic '-attempt a
burglary to accur in this city fo:
many months occurred )ate Monda
night at the resident ot Judge
W. Campbell, 1104 South Jay street
About
1 •'ffltclocl^i jMnfc-^Caif^hel!
awoke, feejingjthe presence of some/
one in the room and saw a man
crouching, near her, slowly stepping
back as though to leav$ the room'
through the open door. She screamed,
and the man hastily stepped out inttj^V
the hall and Mr§, Campbell arose andh,,
went to the room of her, young Bon^
Roger, and roused hin». Mr?. Campjg^.
,bell then ran out of the "house andC $
tacroBs the street to the Blckelhanp^^
residence and awakened them.
In the meantime the Wouldbe burg4^
lar was attempting to escape and^V-'
was evidently bewildered „for Roger^fefr
CaTppbeJl who was still In the hous^v':
heard him pass and repass.in
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As the Measure
ard measure to abide by. While you cannot measure piano-'
quality by Weight, size or other ttsual meihbds,yet there is a"
standard of value that serves as a measure...
Most frequently the instrument In question is compare
ed with Kimball tone, Kimti^ll action, Kimball wearing' qual-TT
ity and Kimball standing among musicians. Thus you jfi '"i
a standard of values in- JJJ Urf
The Kimball Piano
that is indispedsible, not only as to1 fri'usicil'
price as well, for tlie Kimball Pianos are always sold by theS
makers at the established ONE PRICE a price that' assures"
you of getting'the best piano value at -the lowest price ob-V
We CORDIALLY INVITE you to call and critically examine-.-'
our new style upright cabinet gradds now coming from ouf
factory. Yow will be delighted with the sweet, mellow tone,
responsive action and the architectural beauty of the cases.
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Among the very large number ef music lowers there
but,* ^oiriparativefewrwhofcan play, the
strumetits» Happily in thes£^Eays of inieiititffii a tethniekl
training is not necessary, for with a Kimball Combination
Player and Piano, or Kimball Cabinet Player attached to
your piano, yon-can at once play the most difficult piecei§ as
Well as the popular airs. •.
For musical expression, ease of operation and xompac^
Hess marchite^rall^s,ofthe,KimballPl^et i9ilW^May-®
there is a stand-
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hall. He finally made, his escapeiiti:
through'a window leftdJn^onto thi||fc
porch and then slid down one of
the pillars, and made away.
By the time Mr. Blckelhaupt ar^^
rived on the scene the marauder was
gone and no clue was left as to.hii""
identity. Nothing was. taken frooji
the house, the intruder seemingll"1
being glad to get away at allt
Mrs. ^Qampbeli was alone %jni
Roger in the house at the..time and^
was badly frightened by the expert^
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Carl Valentine, of Green Bay Wis^-"
is in the -city on a visit -to his fouF
sons and two daughters living here.
•Mr, Valentine is very much pleased^
with Aberdeen and is more than gra*-i
tified to know that all his children'
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