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SHEEP AND SWINE RAISERS TO
HOLD JOINT MEETING ON
MARCH 3 TO 5.
South Dakota Swine Breeders and
Sheep Breeders and Wool Growers
Associations to Convene in Aber
deen First Week in March.—Will
be Big Thing and of Great Value
Farmers and Stock Raisers.
The South Dakota Swine Breeders
and the South Dakota Sheep Breeders
and Wool Growers associations will
hold conventions in this city March
3 to 5 inclusive, the sheep men hav
ing the floor the first day and the
hog growers having sway the second
anti third days, with the big sale the
last day. Representative stock men
from all over the state will be pres
ent and the attendance will be great.
Every farmer and stock man for
miles around should attend this meet
ing for he will learn much that will
be of great value to him. A (fine pro
gram of subjects relative to these In
terests has been prepared and able
men will be heard. On the last day
of the meeting the swine sale will
be beld. It is expected that some
first class animals will be on exhi
bition and some fancy prices will
doubtless be reached.
1 This is the first breeders' sale
ever held north of Sioux Falls and
Mitchell or south of Fargo in the Da
kotas and is an important event in
the annals of South Dakota stock
raising. It is also the first meeting
of breeders in the above mentioned
territory and its importance lies in
the fact that it will bring big breed
ers from southern South Dakota here
to meet those in the northern por
tion of the state la a manner that
cannot help but reflect with credit
and profit to Aberdeen if a proper co
operative spirit is shown by Ab'erdeen
and its' citizens. Aberdeen is the lo
gical sale and shipping point for
North and South Dakota and If this
meeting and sale are successful It
means much for the city for it is
the biggest event of Its kind from
•every standpoint that has ever been
held in this territory and the selec
tion of this city as the place for fu
ture sales depends In a large measure
on the showing made at this sale.
AH In all the occasion will be of
great value. The program follows:
Tuesday Afternoon—1:30
tJLddress of welcome by the mayor of
Aberdeen.
Response by A. J. Lockhart, Clear
Lake.§||p|||
Large Flocks," by'A.
Hecla.
:?-k
G. H.
^'^reBlderit^ Jiiiiual Address,'
Perry, Conde.
Report of Secretary and Treasurer
by J. W. Manning, Booge.
"Care and Breeding of Sheep in
Mitchell,
HI.
Discussion:
Tuesday Evening—7:30.
Election of officers and association
business.
-^'Clovers and Tame Grasses ln Connec
WJ tion with Sheep Husbandry," by
Prof. J. W. Wilsohi S. D. Agrlcul
•St turai: _Gollege, -Brooking^
^'Grades or Pure-Breds," by W. B.
iDenhart, White.
'^'Construction of Cement Posts and
Their Utility," by J. C. Hewitt,
Nassau, Minn.
•'Value of €orn Fodder as Compared
with Corn Silage as a Sheep Feed"
by W. B. .Raymond, Summit.
Wednesday Forenoon—10:00. 4
Annual Address of President by SI. B.
j^- 'Parkel^W^
{-fi'The Proper Way Of Starting
Herd.", by F. B, Van JJemark,
ford.,v
v^he Brood Sow .and Her Litter," by
•H.
:M.
Harden, Lane.
*'Hcw ,We IJsed to Raise Them,"
mjfc.. ®. iteynolds, Madison.
l^'Plans of Hog House," by P/
Murphy, Oidham.
^Wednesday Aftehiooa-^1':30.^
l^'lucoessful Swine Husbandry^!
P. Wi.'! Peterson, Vefinllllon^"^
inl^Ordlniary Care and Sanitation," Dr.
Pred Bvans, Aberdeen.
-/ix'-'The "Fancy' and the 'Practical'
in Breeding," by L. H. Storegaard,
of the Dakota Fanner.
Hart
Wednesday Evening.—7:30.
Report of the Secretary and Treasur
er and association business. Elec
tion of officers.
Practical Agricultural Education in
the Common Schools," by Prof. L.
L. (Murphy, of Htecla.
A
Thursday Afternoon.
Swine Sale under the auspices of
the association.
WOULD CHANGE SYSTEM.
Call For Organization of Brown I
County School Districts.
Viewing with grave apprehension I
the agencies which have and are
now being used In our county and]
state under the guise of the better
ment of our common schools, andl
disclosing the lamentable condition^
of our rural schools, and strongly
condemning the present school sys
tem as destructive if the best, inter
ests of our children and believing
that the just and true educational
principles upon which our school!
system was based have been subsi
dized to the building up of Individ-1
ual ambitions and individual aggran
disment, and believing as we do that
the time is fully come wh«n the peo
ple should awaken to the txue situa
tion of the' educational affalr3 in
county and state and take the power
which has been too long delegated
by common consent, to the educa
tional rings and political rooters,
into their own E&nds, we therefore
write in a call for a meeting of the 1
sch ."!] directors c-i Brown county,
't tbe court houss In Aberdeen on
the 7th day of March, 19OS, at the
hour of 10 o'clock for the purpose of
offering an organic
sent.
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Br-."vyn county school director?, and
desire and strongly urge every di
rector to make an effort to be pTe-
Signed:
John Fritz.,^
O. E. Lawrence. A
L. Kenritz.
T. A. Jones.
C. H. Greed.
OF THIS CITY DOWNS THE
NORTH DAKOTAITS.
Before an Immense Crowd the Strong
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THE LUSTY BASKET BALL TEAM|single This^is a fine record for
a
Local Team Was Always Ahead 1 cured the first basket In less than
|2 minutes. As all close games al
and Flayed Magnificent Ball. Ab- ways are the one last night was
erdeen Still Champion of Dakotas. Parf
Again the formal basket ball I same throughout the game but Far
team was victorious. Last night |go put in two new players during the
they whipped the 'fast bunch of the I last three minutes of play.
North Dakota Agricultural School About 600 people were present to
by the decisive score of 41 to 15.[see the game and they were always
Last night's victory leaves the N. N. I cheering for the boys. The Normal
and I. S. team the undisputed cham- colors were everywhere to be seen
pions of North and South Dakota, and it was a thrilling sight last
The game was called at 8:45 by]night to see the enthusiastic rooters
(Referee Connell of Aberdeen. Thejcheerittg the Normal to victory.
Normal got the ball from the very The following is the liueup:
start but was fouled. Fargo threw]Fargo—
afoul basket In about 1 minute. On K. Darrow—L. G., Captain.
the next toss up the Normal's signals
worked perfectly and Larson threw
a magnificent basket. So at the end
of the second minute the score was
2 to lin favor of the Normal and it|N. -N. and I. S.
was in the lead until the end. The Larson—R. F.
score at the end of the 1st half was
18 to 8 in favor of the Normal. It
would be hard to say who played the
star game for the Normal, as every
man nthe team played the game of
his life. William Larson played a field, Larson 6, Smith 5, Diets 4,
great game and scored more points Sieh 2, K. Darrow 1, F. Darrow 1,
than any other player, making 19 tlland 2
during the game! Some of his bas-J Goals from foul, Larson 7, K. Dar
kets were truly iglraculous and row 6. Referee's point to Fargo,
showed .great skilt p|clair Smith Final score of game 41to 15 in
made 10 points. Ho played fine lifavor of the Normal.
from start to finish, used his head So far this season the Normal has
and worked for the good of the team. I made SSOgPolnte^to their opponents'
Smith was at 1299.
he made an enviable record. Deits
at center played his usual steady
game and although he did hot make
as many points as som&, still he held
hlB man so that he /never made a]
basket. Deits made 4 baskets dur
ing the game and all were difficult IN. N. I. S
ones. Too much credit cannot be
given to Deits for the heady way he
ran the team -with the right signals
at the right time. Captain Ottman
played his first game f. the season
last night and did himself proud. HejN. L.S., 35.
had a very difficult man to guard! Dakota. Business Ufciverfclty,
yet held him to only 2 baskets. FrankjN.^N. d. S., ^28.
Sieh as the other guard played a
star game In every sense of the
word. He-was alwayB on hand and
when he got the ball it always went
ATFFIKDBEK DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 81, 190*
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half Larson for the Normal se-
ioveht
aJd qu"f
F. Darrow—R. G.
'Hofas, Arnold—C.
Lough, Hilburn^R.
TJland—L. F.
?^berThe
'fouls-were made on both sides.
Normal made 15 and Fargo 12.
The Normal lineup remained the
F.
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Bring this Coupon^
See Our Window
WOE
to the right maiu? Sieh threw 2
baskets while his man did not get a
who IB not supposed to
throw baskets, but guard his man.
64eh did both last night. For Fargo
the stars were Darrpw brothers, Del
bert Gallett, the Nonnal's star was
unable to play last night on account
__ ,, of a sprained ankle received in the
Kedfield game
N. N. I. S. Team Defeated The The game was fast and furious
throughout. At the beginning of
Visitors by the Score of 41 to 1«*
eajh
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Smith—L. F.^r
Deits—C.
Ottman—R. G., Captain.
Sieh—L. G.
Summary of the game: Goals from
Becord of N. N. I. 6. for 1907-8.
BathClty,8 N. N. I. S., 34.
O^i^mbla City, 10 N„ N. I. S., ,67.
llferdeen City, 2-7 N. N. S., 38.
Dakota (Business University, 25
Aberdeen "City, 30 N. N. I. S., 57.
Aberdeen City, 12 N. N. B., 33.
Bowdle High, 10 N. N. I. S., 101.
Milbank High, 3 N. N. I. S„ 98.
N. D. Agricultural College, 30 N.
32
{Fargo College, 14 N. N. 1. S., 24.
Hanklnson Clty,.^0 N. N. I. S.,64.
Cogswell City, 17 N. N. I. S., 43.
Britton High, i22 N. N. I. 6., 79.
of.
JM.:
ed and
Be Convinced
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Ellendale N. I. S., 0 N. N. I. S.
forfeited, 2.
Redfield, College} ,,24 ...N* N. I. S
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N. D. A. C., 15 N. N. I. S., 41.
TBEMEL-FULLETON WEDDING
Account of Wedding of Interest to
Many Here
V.
The following from a 'Wadena,
Ind., paper concerns two young peo
ple of this city. The groom for
some time was an engineer in this
city and the bride was cashier at
the Ward Grill:
One of tho most pleasant events
of the year* occurred at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Fulleton, on
Thursday evening, February 6, when,
their son, Lee, was united in mar-1
riage to Miss Rose Tremel, of Aber
deen, South Dakota. Promptly at
eight o'clock, to the strains of the
Mendelssohn Wedding March, play
ed by Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gilson,!
the bride and groom, preceded by
Rev. Peterson, entered the parlor
which twas decorated in pink and
white carnations, "Where the words
were said that macto them man and
wife. The bride was tastefully
gowned in Persian lawn and em
broidery and carried a bouquet of
bride's rosesfiiAfter congratulations
a dainty two course supper was
served to about sixty guests. A
large number of beautiful presents
were received. The groom is wide
ly known in this community, being
the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.
D. H. Fulleton. After visiting for
about two weeks among relatives
and friends, the happy couple will
take up their home on a claim near
Aberdeen, South Dakota. The out
of town guests were: Lawrence Ful
leton and MIBS Dencll FuMeton,' of
Cadillac, Michigan Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Smltherman, of Walled Lake,
Michigan Mrs. William -Martin, of
Kentland Wilbur Little, of Indian
apolis and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beau
man, of Decature, Indiana.
TAC0MA PARK
BOARD MEETS
The directors of the Tacoma Park
association Monday met In J. H.
Pond's office to discuss principally
the matter of letting the privileges
for the session this sumtoer^jit was}
decided to advertise for eealed bids.
for the rights which include among^
others the boat right, cane rack,
shooting gallery, dance hall, etc. The
eating house wasr lei tost year for
two years to Shortrldge ft WilbuT.
A committee on music was select-

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Kitchen Ware
To convince the public that we speak the truth regafdiilg "STRANSKYgi we hlvi
decided to offer a limited number of our Sauce Pans for sale at a greatly re
decided to offer a limited number of our Sauce Pans for sale at a
duced price.
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
To get a useful Kitchen Utensil at less than cost.
"Ware That Wears"
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furnishing Dept.
know to be the leader of all Enamel
^his~"CouDpn~Ts Worth 40 Cents
,, ^(Qood for to-day only)'
Cut^out ¥nd prescnt Jt our store,
)S^iihp35cf You will
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receive" ai \75cV*
Saucepan^m the
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Imported Quadruple Coated.
One only to a customer.
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ed as follows: C. E. Lacey, O. A.
Swanson and W. T. Elliott. The
board also authorized several im
provements and will paint and side
all buildings under Its control. A
force of -men is at present at work
clearlnk out some of the underbrush
which will add a neat look to the
grounds.
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barber's itch, tetter, ringworm, fev
er sores, hemorrhoids or piles or any
germ disease of whatever name or
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A Sale and Sore
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Does not contain Opiom,
Morphine, or any oilier narootio
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There is^ao Nsrcoflc la leap's Balsam.
Nothing of a poisonous or harmful
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This clean and pure cough core
cores coughs that cannot be eared
by any other medicine^
It has saved thousands fawn oon
sumption.
It has saved thousands of lives,
A 25c. bottle contains 40 dosea|§g
At all druggists't
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What? Cold weather^ But we are not frozen up and ar
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terial. *You donrt have to step outside your door. Juist
phone 1455 and get what you want delivered immediately,^
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