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it »n. *S» asjs wuSsi®! fan Wr ssJ.j£iL & -ij&n ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT GEO. B. DALY, Editor Published Every Friday by THE ABERDEEN PUBLISHING CO ffl H4 1st Avenue East: sw~,^ee 1 Entered In tbe-Postofllcu nt Aberdeen, 8. D. second uuwb mutter. ^.Subscription Price—One Year, #1.00 Politics are warming up in North Dakota and there as here, the main bone of contention is the United States senatorship. The scrap there seems to. be all in the insurgent camp, which indicates that the north state is hopelessly lost to the old railroad gang, even as South Da kota has been. Bruce, the college president, who is thought to be the selection of the managers for Hans brough's place, is comparatively a new man in the state and some object ujv.to him because he is a tenderfoot. Tom Marshall, too is in the fight for the place and Winshlp of the Grand Forks Herald and other orig inal insurgents are inclined to con sider him a tenderfoot, too, as to his time of Bervice in the insurgent camp. Whether a good insurgent or not the Democrat would like to Tom Marshall promoted to the upper house. NEW CRY NEEDED At the present time the stalwart faction of the republican, party is making its whole fight against the insurgents on the idea that Roose velt will not accept another nomina tion In which event the progressive leaders, they claim, are plotting to turn the delegation over to La Fol -lette. The president's recent trip /-Sftown the Mississippi and his speech es made in the south indicate pret ty clearly that he is not taking any great pains to avoid a nomination. His speeches, whether made for that ^-.purpose or apt, have vastly increas "v^fed his popularity in the south. His emphatic declaration in favor of rlv improvement add greatly to his .^popularity throughout the whole cen '^•'Aral west, and must result in a lit touch increased clamor for his re nonllnation. Nor Is he meeting this growing insistence by any new de claration of refusal to again run. The fact is that the poor stal warts had better be looking for a fresh supply of campaign material and give «the La FOllette bugaboo a rest, AGAIN, THE MONEY (MTBSTION The quantitative theory, or the axiom, that prices depend upon the quantity of money in circulation, is no longer dented by any one, al though it is .not so loner ago when it was considered a wild populist idea. Prices of all sorts .of. commodities liave been gradually advancing for j^everal years, and with them the i'prlce of labor,-as a consequence, also ^advanced. Various reasons may have teen given by those who seek to ac '^^^•faount for the inflation of values, but truth is the swelling volume of ft4e country's and the world's cur 1^ directly responsible. The Jf. 1 2 jC world's output of gold has increased ti enormously: by reason ofche^pened J"3 *f ^methods of extracting it from low 5 jgrade ore and discoveries In all parts ?of thp world of new and marvelously rich mines. oteBa^si'Vfb.XeliL demone- Jg1 |s-|Sised silverto keep money scarce are tuning ttje^alar# and will at a*ei itfbve to.re- of mofifcy. Jin Circulation Si to^e seen In the tine •ketl ne W*ll street'panto' "LTLTLfUJII 'l" (both wood and steel), a price thit will move it. Don't delay as we mean business. ORDWAY Mrs. C. E. Locker was an Aber deen visitor Monday. Her mother, Mrs. Sovereign, who has been in town several days, returned home with her. Henry Iiuckbee pulled his thresh ing outfit in Tuesday, after a profit able fall's work, and will leave in many friends go with them. Mrs. J. £. Hall was an Aberdeen caller Friday. 0NE0TA AND WESTPORT And still we are having summer weather. V* The dance Friday evening was a great success and the music by the "Tri Band", Mr. and Mrs. Reynard and Mr. Austin, was said to be fine. Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. Cole served a fine supper. Mrs. Mlncks and Mrs. Geo. Sleman did shopping in Aberdeen Tuesday. Mrs. Abbott and Mrs. Stoddard were Aberdeen shoppers Monday and Tuesday. Miss Sara Tooker spen.t Sunday home, returning to her school duties at the N. N. & I. S. Monday. •Mr. Wm. Anderson is having hard wood floors put in his dining room. Mr. John Young is doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Johnson and little son, Harry, attended the New England supper given by the M. E. ladies Saturday evening. They re port a fine supper'and a good gener al time. The visited with E. B. Frlel and family until Sunday even ing. The social at Mr. Heydalauft's Monday night brought out a good crowd. A fine and excellent- sup io per is reported, Word comes from 212 Lafiin street'deen* day evening. Mr. Jett Just returned: 1 When the ill a*- a'ltwe®' ome Genuine GOUNTRY NEWS a short tiinji for his home in Wash-! should come and hear her. Ington. Several of our people are contem Mr. Burns and family were vis- l'lating a trip to the coast. iting with Wm. McNeary's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Young return Miss Hattie Cleveland and Mr. ed from North Dakota Tuesday even George O'Hara were united in mar- ing. They came by auto and went riage Wednesday, October 17th in to Aberdeen Wednesday morning. Aberdeen. The best wishes of their Mrs Mrs. Van Winkle, Mrs. Petrle and 24. Mrs. Cleveland called to see the new baby at Williain McNeary's Sunday. A_ Neer M- E. Ladies Aid R. j. E. L. Goodvin is putting down trimmed in mossgreen and the barn a well, building a fine granary and the usual color, red. otherwise improving his farm just south of town. BRAINARD Ernest York and Edwin Harkness, Miss Anna and Josie Bune spent who have been employed here all Thursday in Aberdeen shopping. Miss fall, left Thursday for their home Josie will attend school in Frederick at Alton, Iowa. the coming winter. The social at Hydelauff'B Monday. Will Wheldon of Putney has been evening was a decided success. Mrs. visiting in Bralnard for the past J. W. Petrle won the first Heart week. He and his nephew John prize,- a handsome cup and saucer. Wheldon will leave for Sisseton on and Arthur Lequin won the booby Friday, after a short visit with his prize, Chicago, 111., that Mr. and Mra. Her-j C. H. Strachan. and Scott Smith man Hilgendorf are the happy par- of Aberdeen were Fairview visitors enta of a 11 lb. boy. All doing well.' on Sdnday. Mi Mrs. Hilgendorf was formerly Miss I Oitllft ISVIAI WALL ITIIAIWM VAMH BH Cella Frlel, well known here, as she. visited relatives in this locality sev eral times. Miss Maggie Vaughan has begun 0 spent Tuesday night with her daught er In Aberdeen. There will be a grand temperance lecture in Westport. about the mid dle of November, the exact date will be given later. The lady is well known all over the state as a great lecturer. Everyone who is inter ested in the cause of temperance The new addition to the Grant* house is nearing completion and will be ready for the plaster in a few days. Miss Margaret Vaughan commenc ed a term of school in the Abbott school on Monday. A special election is being held today to vote on moving No. 5 school. If the proposition is carried the school will be moved south so that more scholars will be accommodated and also be close to a boarding place. .Will Daulton has returned from a weeks visit in St. Paul. Miss Ella Daly will commence a term of school in the Atkins school on Monday of next week. A1 Wood, who spent the summer with Philip Grantz, has returned to Illinois. Mr. Wood' has not missed a summer in Dakota for eleven years but always returns east for the winter. Mr, Lemmon of North Grov.e. Iowa, spent a couple of days with Mr.Tip ple before returning to his home af ter a falls threshing south' of Aber- RONDELL Such a lo^g spe^ flf beautifu weather! a school in Richland township at •M,lss Annie Tolvstad, of Verdon, $45 per month. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eliza Mil Miss Mary Uellrlch is still yislting ler' in Illinois, near Chicago. Mrs. Bayne was an Aberdeen Tls Ambrose Jett and Miss Ooldie,ltor Monday and Tuesday. Kamock attended the dance here Fri-' #3 Buggies, Surries, Carts, Cream Separators entertained the Thu^ay, October Day is palnting his house and barn. xhe house wi]1 be white sister at that place John will talce a job breaking in a passenger train between Austin, Minn., and La Crosse, Wis. Miss Sylvia Seaton closed her school Wednesday evening for the rest of the week and attended th* "quia" in Aberdeen. *S MlrS ,or rom Jamestown N. D., where he painter. had been, working with a threshing' The Circle m^i:with Mra. Olsen rig. last Thursday afternoon, and a busi- Mrs. E. E. Denison of Franklyn ness or special meeting will be held with Mrs. Bertha Robinson Thursday flurry Is over timid depqiiitpig will the present week, in order to get return their hoardings feiio prices ready for the. coming bazaar. will agasin seek the level the scant James. Bryan, of San Francisco, supply had brought them to before leal., was the guest of A. P. RobJn the panic, son last week, and his coming was John Nell is having the Inter- of her home painted by the Strat- ABERDEEN DEMOiCBAT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907. Our G. W. Freeman notifies us that he has bought 6 car loads of apples and they will arrive about Nov. 1st Now in order to make room for this shipment we will make a big sacrifice on our fall line of Agricultural Implements—Plows, Harrows, Disks, Wagons, Trucks hailed with delight by his old friends and neighbors. Mesdames Strong and Bayne vis ited Olive Robinson Tuesday. The tuneral of Miss Irene Mathieu was largely attended Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mathieu have the sympathy of the surrounding country in their deep affliction. Henry Miller drove over from Warner Sunday to visit his brother, Lucian Miller, and returned Monday. Fritz Dunker and wife left Monday night for Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Dunker will undergo an opera tion. Henry Dunker now has the tele phone switch between Warner and Urayville. The central ring is now two long and two short. Mr3. Almanzo Robinson an.d sis ter, Olive, boarded the train at Stratford Wednesday morning and did shopping, returning at night. Quite a convenience tor country peo ple, whose time, strength and horseflesh are sometimes at a prem ium. Mrs. Strong, who has been the guest of Mrs. George Sweet for the last few days, is now visiting with Warner friends. BATH John Helmke's sale was well at tended and everything sold at good figures. Mr. Boynton, formerly of this place, now of Clark county, helped Mr. Elliott cry the sale. Be tween the two they kept the crowd interested. Charles Smith is finishing an addi tion to the residence on the Prairie Park farm this week. Mrs. D. R. Hughes, daughter and son, John, expect to move to Aber deen about the first of next month. Wm. McVey will have to submit to another surgical operation this week. He will go to St. Luke's hospital at Aberdeen. The Rev. Mr. Dean, of Claremont the newly appointed pastor for the Bath circuit, will preach in the Bath church next Sunday morning. There will be no evening service. Mr. Dean expects to get moved into the parsonage and settled next week. Many of the villagers went out to view the wrecked train last night and this morning. It is three miles ms,v west of here Chas. Cummings was out from Ab erdeen last Monday to attend the Helmke sale. WABHEE The nervous inhabitants of the rural districts are warned not to fall into nervous paroxysm when they see a vision of beauty coming down the line like a combination of rainbow and flower garden. It will only be Smith in his new mail waeron. We hear that our new minister is a Tennessee man. jfjr* Dr. Still has laid in a brand new stock of drugs and kindred supplies and hopes to please his patrons more than ever. Henry Amley TOs down on busi ness Sunday. ^3 Mary, Jean and Joe Hurley spent Sunday at. Woonsocket. Mrs. Seaman returned from Rochester Monday, leaving her fath er there undergoing a course of treat ment which was necessary before the intended operation upon his eyesv The car famine was for a time a serious thing here, but was finally broken Tuesday by the arrival of several poor old hulks, only equalled in design and character by the com pany which owns them, H. C. Conlee apect Saturday night in Aberdeen. Ji Tracy arrived Saturday even ing and remained over Sunday before returning to Bonilla. Ed and Anna Berg^ and Fred Stearns were Huh city visitors Sat urday. James Fadden 18 present this week, visiting hiB niece, Mra. Brown. =BAIN CO., Aberdeen W. S. Wrigley attended Masonic rites Saturday evening. Sunday the funeral of Joe Math leu's daughter occurred at Rondell. Mrs. Pickering was over Sunday from Stratford. Mrs. Deli and mother were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Koch Sunday. Fred Fuhrman and wife visited "Papa" here Sunday. Ray Sweet spent Sunday and Mon day on the farm, returning to the Normal Monday. Stacy Cochrane came over from Rudolph Friday night to board the train to Aberdeen. Mr. Gilette, of Athol, called last week. He was principle of the school here twenty years ago and remarked on the great changes made since then. Few of his pupils are near here now. Most of them are mar ried and gone away. Every one of the pupils for the last three years have been born since he was here, but we have the same old school house. L. O. Moulton shipped seven cars of stock, Tuesday, to Sioux City. This did not comprise his whole herd. It makes a good showing for our sec tion of the country and demonstrates what may be done. Mr. Moulton and Clarence accompanied them. Mrs. Stearns, who has been visit ing two months with her son here, has returned to Sac City, la., for a time. She may return. A graduate of the Des Moines School for the Blind gave a concert here Thursday evening at the church. His remarks were of a religious trend as was also most of his singing. The most interesting feature was the reading from raised print by the fin gers. The blind man, Mr. Hollen back, paid the school a visit and gave a talk on training the blind. Arthur Robinson returned from St. Paul Thursday, in company with his cousin, Brose Allan's son. Mrs. O'Brien spent part of last week here while her husband was ab sent filing on a claim west of the river. Will Berg is down on a' visit. Brose Allan appeared Tuesday. Cecil Tyner was in town Tuesday. •Miss Maggie Gau arrived from Iowa, Tuesday, and will stay for a few weeks. The Ladies' Aid met at Alfred Cate's Wednesday. August^Schilman and Joe Morgen drove to Aberdeen Wednesday. M. M. Fowler has been having trouble with his teeth this week. Mrs. Strong, of Napoleon, N. D., visited friends (here this week. She is now en route to Texas to visit her son. Mrs. Strong and .Mrs. Williams spent Wednesday in Aberdeen. ||jjp Plans for a literary society are progressing. IP WMW\ &ANSFIELD John Stellner is putting up a new blacksmith shop on his property in West Mansfield. We understand that It will be a wagon and blacksmith shop combined. It will be a neat shop when finished, and a valuable addition to the town. '.i W. H. Brown, of Aberdeen, is spending a few days In Mansfield this week. mtriJ n,' W. L. Ross has donated the use of his new piano for the winter to the advanced department of our school, whic£ is highly appreciated by the pupils. Twenty-six couple turned out to the dance last Friday night. A splen did supper was served at the Mans field House and a nice time was had. R. r&ife Refflde and Wm.' Nierman have extended the water works from the railroad to their property in west yMDuuriield. An: embankment has been made around about an acre of land on the school grounds to be overflowed with iW»i and in fact anything that takes up room will be sold at water to make a skating pond for the amusement of the young people of Mansfield this winter. Four large lamps will be placed on the pond so that one may skate day or night. Eddy and Clark Patten are at tending school at Mansfield this win ter. COLUMBIA Mrs. I. Hunsberger will go east in a short time to spend the winter. Mrs. E. A. Poore is reported to be ill. Ed Conley sold a carload of cattle of G. A. Perkins this week. He has sold some other cows a.nd young stuff, retaining about eight head of cows. Percy Chase has rented for the winter the residence of Mrs. Huns berger. Orin Conley has purchased and will soon have in place a -five-ton wagon scales. Ed Stanton and brother, of Oakes, N. D., are visiting their sister, Mrs. Roy Hunsberger. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eichler and Mrs. Wm. Schliebe departed this week for a visit with friends in Min nesota. Dr. Markin was called up to Shel by this week to attend Cap Paddock who is on the sick list. Ben Everson moved his family into town last Saturday, leaving the farm to the boys to look after. Art Clark's engine settled one of the new approaches to the iron bridge west of town about two feet where it rested on the old wood piles. This bridge work was about the worst job done around here for years. It has been repaired. Father Feldmaire has had a foun dation built under the parsonage and some new floors laid. Eddie Beau returned this week from Pioneer where he has been working for the last three months. Dell Dayton and Roy Tilkington, of Navoo, 111., relatives of the Sheri dans, leave this week for home, after spending several, months here. The mother 01 G. A. Perkins ar rived this week from Michigan to make her home here with her son. Although 84 years of age she pos sesses the energy of a much younger person." P. D. Kribs, who was appointed by Governor Crawford a delegate to the Civic conference departed Mon day for Chicago where the body met. While absent he will visit his birth place at Elgin, Illinois. Mr. Conway, who is the owner of the Old Fessenden place, has moved here from Minnesota and will farm the land himself. Maurice Boudoin has put down a sand point well and erected a wind mill over it and now has an ample supply of fine water. Miss Nellie Burgess, sister of Mrs, C. W. Atkins, returned recently to her home at Streeter, 111., after a vis it of several months. While here she was 'busy with her camera and took home with her many pictures that will serve to give a good impression of. Brown county to all who see them. Miss Burgess has the instinct of the artist and knew at sight a spot of landscape that would make a dainty picture. LOWRY NEWS William Roesler, who has a home stead northwest of town, has receiv ed the appointment as section boss on the M.- & St. L. for Lowry. Mr. Roesler formerly held a similar po-, sition on the Milwaukee road at Bowdle. f, Miss Myra Blue?'" who hSkir,^bln visiting Miss Jessie McGilvrey at the post office, has returned to her home. J. W. McGilvrey has disposed of his building' and lot In Lowry and will move.„ his family out onto a homestead .claim east of town. Ed ward A. Sieler, the purchaser, of the t: •WBa** y£ •i#x building, expects to put in a billiard and pool hall. Jacob Strobel is putting on an. ad dition to his house east of town. Some of the workpien at the depot received a shaking up last week by the sudden descent of a staging. Roy Neumen, who was on the staging at the time, claims the greatest number of sore spots, but is able to be about. Yocum Brothers are building a storage shed at1 the rear of their store. The gang of men putting up the telegraph poles along the railroad have been making their headquarters at Lowry for about a week. The poles are now set into the town and as soon as the depot is completed and the wires strung, the citizens are expecting a station agent. Henry Hermon is planning to erect a larger and better saloon building this fall. The present structure will be moved back and a building 22x40 erected on its site. Mr. Hermon ex pects to begin work within a few weeks and rush the building to com pletion. POOR LITTLE TRIXIE FRIGANZA HAD TO LEAVE THE ORCHID CO. It Really Looks as Though Eddie Foy, Chicago's Joy, Was Not Exactly Good to Her—"It's Either Me or She Must Go", Said the Comedian —Miss Friganza Will Enter Vaudeville. S Chicago, Oct. 24.—Eddie Foy and Trixie Friganza couldn't get on to gether in "The Orchid," though Ed die says both of them are of the same race. The result of their dif ferences is that Trixie has severed her connection with that show. Ed die said that he didn't wish to criti cize any woman, but that Trlxie's temper was too much for him. Two things combined to bring about the Friganza retirement. A threat to go on strike was sent by Mr. FOy to the Shuberts in .New York last week. This week brought Mr. Shubert to Chicago at once with plans for a settlement of the trou ble. Then Miss Friganza was injured in an automobile accident. That set tled matters. The leading woman, being likely to have to keep to her b.ed for weeks, agreed in an interview witli Mr. Shubert to "remain out of the show for good." "It is true that I am no longer a member of 'The Orchid': company," said Miss Friganza last evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Henderson, 1388 Sheridan Road, where she Is visiting. "I am to en ter'vaudeville, however, and will ap pear for Klaw & Erlanger. "My trouble with Mr. Foy is a matter that I don't like to discuss, further than to say that I have been discharged at least once every week since last March. Now, that is all you can get me to say, as I have promised not to talk." "I will not engage in any bick erings with Misa Friganza or .any other woman," said Mr. Foy, behind the scenes of the Oarrick. School Supplies at Balisb ury's. '•AM& VjT -••••!'•.• fzr i'