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COUNTRY NEWS
WAENER.
•Fred Luplent was agreeably stir
prised last week 'by a party of
friends who made life merry for a
time. Thie occasion, was his birthday.
It was erroneously reported last
week that A. S. CheBbro had sold his
farnj. He has not sold, although 'he
ha# some flattening offers.
The streets are in a miserable con
dition at present.
The piano held for sale at the fur
niture store has found a home with
the Stearns family.
A. dance. It is safe to say that the
fear of just and quick punishment
wtill keep the guilty ones from di
vulging their names.
Harms Bros, were in town Mon
day and Tuesday.
•Rev. Hopkins occupied the pulpit
Sunday evening.
The new artesian well is 'being
rapidly drilled near Kunow's house.
It is a company well.
Edna Christian's piano arrived
this week. It is a beauty, and her
friends are as proud of it as she is.
Miss Vera Cuykendall visited the
local school Friday.
It is said that Mr. Wobie .intends
moving into town*.
Frank Grohnke is planning to
raise his house here one story.
John Koch was a Sunday visltor|
Rev. Teichman delivered an Eng
lish senmon Sunday. He will be here
again in two weeks.
M. B. A. lodge ran two days to
gether last week showing the goat
to four candidates. A good time was
the unanimous opinion of all fortu
nate enough to be present.
Heifb Cook, accompanied by his
family and the Lawrence boys left
for his claiim near Lemmon this
week.
A. 6. Bruse has a fine line of har
ness in his mew shop. He .is fixed foe
repairing and oiling.
Philip O'Brien has been absent at
Aberdeen lately.
Miss .Margaret Braun spent the
early part of the week at home at
Melette.
H. G. Wald 'has a new sign out.
The Reibeccas are organizing a
drill team.
N. M. Morgen ships hogs Wednes
day. He Is buying at all times.
•Mr. .Wald's brother is clerking for
him.
The Royal Neighbors anticipate a
royal time thfis week.
Mr. Frfcnk Cate was here Tuesday.
Messrs. Tomlimson and Ladd of the
Loyal Protective Association called
on local members Tuesday.
Contractor Cloos is engaged at Al
fred Cate's this week.
BRAINABD.
'Mrs. W. A. Strachan returned
Thursday morning from a two weeks'
visit to her father at Pipestone,
iMlnn.
Miss Edna Elliott is quite serious
ly indisposed, at present with an at-,
tack of the grip and rheumatism.
'F. S. Vincent gave a concert at
B. R. S. Wakeley's with his fine Eli
eon phonograph last Monday even
ing.
iMr. Wm. Kohn of East Brainard
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Harry Briggs at Fairview.
J. B. Strachan and Elliott Bros,
"were among thoBe who attended the
M. W. A. banquet and smoker at
Frederick on Tuesday night.
Miss Gertie Gelling was the victim
of a painful accident las£ week, by
running a sliver under the nail on
her thumib. It was of so serious a
.nature as to require the doctor's aid
in hiaving it extracted.
•Mrs. Ed. Tippey was on the sick
list several days last week.
•F. H. Strachan and Harry Briggs
attended St. Patrick's dance at West
port the 17th. A fine time is re
ported'.
Ash Wiakely and family from
Frederick spent Sunday at Bramch
Wakeley's home in Brainard.
t&fsji The many friends of Margaret
"Vaughan will be pleased to learn of
her success in the American contest
held recently. She is the proud pos
sessor of the £hird prize, a beautiful
diamond ring, and she wishes to
thamk her many friends who assisted
b.er so nobly'in winning the same.
.. The pupils in School No. 5 of
i..,.Brainard township, vho have .not
a been absent or tardy last month and
'"'received the certificate of the roll of
honor are Buddie Wakely, Floy
,S'^»kely, 'Florence and William
|||StrachaA:," Ella and Allord Oarolus.
Thos. Strachan came up on Tliurs-
&
day from Aberdeen to spend a few
days with his parents. His mother
will return with hiim to have some
dental work done.
HOUGHTON
Wild ducks, geese, larks and trams
are on their way north judging from
the feel of the atmosphere today.
They are slightly too .previous.
•Mr. and 'Mrs. Bird Wilson are
rejoicing in the advent of a daugh
ter, born the 22nd.
It is a pity that kind nature in
her generosity, permits a type of
mankind to exist which is as heed
less of other .people's property as It
is of its own good name. Certain
characters of this type recently ru
ined several carriage tops for par- charge of one of the Scott farms,
ties in attendance upon the M. W. ®ve
E". E. Gillespie is ibusily at work
erecting a house on one of his lots
which he intends to rent.
A family from Iowa are busily
unloading their household goods etc.,
at the depot. They come to take
or
s'x m"es
south of town
John .Madlem Bold a bunch of cat
tle and mules to Scott Bros, of Hecla
yesterday.
C. M. Spurr has just returned
from a business trip of a week or so
to points in Wisconsin..
A violinist gave a concert in the
church last 'Monday evening fihat
was enjoyed by quite a large gath
ering.
There was a business meeting of
the creamery stockholders last Sat
vfday at which the question of sell
ing or buying was left to a commit
tee of three, consisting of J. C. Camp
Ibell, J. H. Duerr and MarcusNy
gaard.
MANSFIELD.
Master Teddy Remde has been
confined to his bed the past few days.
Mr. Freeman started at work laBt
Thursday on the new house at Mr.
Voights.
Miss Maud Snearly and Miss Ber
nlce Remde went to Aberdeen Friday
to attend a St. Patrick's party given
at the home of Miss 'Ethel Granger.
IMr, iFrogley left for his home in
Vermont, Saturday, where he ex
pects to sell him home ftnd move his
family to Mansfield ancf conduct a
first-class hotel.
Rev. Todd filled the pulpit in the
Presbyterian Church, Sunday.
MTS. Stephens left Friday morning
for Redfield and Frankfort, where
she will visit for a few days.
Mr. Joe 'Frogley and Mr. Snearly
drove to Melette 'Friday.
The band boys arrived home from
Cresbard Saturday night, where they
gave a conpert and dance. They had
a good crowd to the concert and also
to the dance.
Mrs. Langeland and daughter
drove to town last Saturday, but had
to walk home as the team broke loose
and ran away. They were caught
near Francis Klngsley's. No dam
age was done.
Quite a number from here expects
to attend the contest at Northville
Friday night.
John LeMay of Northville was in
Mansfield on ibuslness Tuesday.
Christian Hanson will give an en
tertainment in the Presbyterian
church Monday night, March 29.
Mr. Dewolf and Mr.
(Bates
?^:°PM
for
Everybody is getting ready
spring work.
Mr. Udell and his siBter were
south-bound passengers Wednesday
evening.
Mrs. McGarry and son visited
friends in Aberdeen the past few
days.
iMiss Blanche Schnorr is assisting
IMrs. iFreeman with her household
duties.
IMr. Kraft and Miss Zula Ross
went to Redfield Saturday to attend
a teachers' meeting.
arrived
from Missouri Sunday, where they
have been on business.
Mrs. (Freeman has been confined to
h/er bed the past few days.
Miss Elva 'Wilson is suffering from
the effects of a felon on her right
hand. She is under the care of Dr.
Bates.
Essie Langeland is assisting Mrs.
-Blsbee at the hotel.
Arthur Kingsley spent Friday and
Saturday in Aberdeen.
Mr. Bisbee and family of Chelsea
visited his brother and family last
week.
(Fioyde Eastman has taken Bonnie
Siefrasse's place in carrying the mall.
He commenced Tuesday, March 23.
(Mr. Anderson of Redfield was in
town on business Tuesday.
Mr. Marklson, whi lives northeast
of town sold his farm to C.A. Gould.
(Mir. Marklson expects to move to
Denmark this fall.
Bertha Farnham was a passenger
to Northville Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Wilson arid daughter,
Mirs. Gange, .went to Aberdeen Fri
day. ..
A party was given at the-home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. iHoImes 4n honor
of Miss Seeley, a niece of Mrs.
Holmes, who is visiting here from
ABERDEEN DEMOCRATFRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1909
ipresent. All kinds of games were
Beresford, S. D. About 40 were
indulged in, after which ice-cream
and cake was served. All reported a
good time.
W. H. Brown came down from Ab
erdeen Wednesday.
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Mr. Van Vleit and" liis crew' are
doing finishing work.
'Mr. Elchener returned from his
claim in North Dakota Sunday.
IFrank and Charlie Burndt went to
Ipswich (Friday to buy some of La
per's full-blooded stock.
COLUMBIA.
John Wlahl was married in Aber
deen last Monday to Sina Johnson
and phoned up to Albert Karlen to
put u/p the cigars for him to the
boys, and consequently there was
much of Bmoking and of wishing the
bride and groom many happy days.
The word from Walker Wahl, who
had his foot operated upon in a hos
pital at Minneapolis, that he is now
out of the hospital and stopping with
a relative. His foot is doing well.
It is not certain when he can come
home.
The first apeparance in these parts
of wild geese and ducks was on Mon
day of this week. They can find
ponds galore to swim in.
The roads are just drying up and
will soon be in fine condition if no
more snow comes.
A dancing party was given "by the
young folks of the family at the
ho,m,e of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Daly
on St. Patrick's night, and quite a
large crowd was in attendance.
Word was received Monday from
James (Hemen, who is In Baltimore,
iMd., where he went for treatment,
t]yt the specialist whom lie consult
ed takes a rather cheerful view of
his case. Hds friends are earnestly
hoping he may find relief from his
malady.
Wan. Schiliebe has had an artesian
well completed on his farm this
week.
Lewis Nelson, reoently operated
upon for appendicitis, has recovered
from the operation so rapidly that he
was able to remove from the hospital
to a private residence on Tuesday.
IFrank Wynn had a shingling .bee
on Monday, putting the roof on a
barn In short order.
Herman Kruger, a .boyhood friend
of the Kruger boys in Germany, re
cently arrived from the Fatherland,
and will make his home here.
Silas Gould returned a few days
ago from Rochester, Minn., where he
had a cateract removed from his eye.
His sight is greatly Improved.
Homer J. Smith and wife, who
have resided some time at Pasadena,
Cal., send word that they will return
in May.
F. N. Lewis lost a valuable horse,
a four-year-old, oni Tuesday in a
•peculiar manner. They were halter
breaking t'he animal when it slipped
on some ice and fell heavily, sustain
ing some internal Injury, from which
it died very shortly.
Osthoff is ready for the spring
campaign with formaldehyde fully
up to the desired standard of purity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. "Howard Taylor
and Mrs. Poore and children have re
tuned from their usual winter so
journ at St. Paul.
There is talk of 'having an artes
ian well put down by the city for fire
protection.
The gun club had their first shoot
of the season last Saturday. The
Ordway boys came over and shot a
match with them, the score resulting
as follows:
Ordway—Rumery, 14 McCarty,
16 Hall, 13 Russell, 14.
Columbia—Muzzy, 20 Gaskln,
12 Wynn, 14 Moes, 21.
Mr. Shadduck occupies the little
building on Main street formerly
used for a barber shop, where he
does picture-framing and cabinet
work.
The jewelery at Ostholt's has stir
red up a lively business in repairing
crippled watches and oiling clocks.
There is a rumor that the south
store room in the Moes building,
which is being finished up, will be
occupied with a stock of hardware.
The new Korlen store has been
joined to the other .by a passageway
and the stock of dry-goods removed
into it.
Mrs. P. D. Kriks of Alberdeen came
up Monday and visited a few days
with old neighbors.
The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs
had a joint session Weddtsday night.
Supper was served and a good time
enjoyed.
.Born, the 12thi instand.to Mr. and
Mrs. :Herman Ramthon, a daughter.
Also, on the 15th, a daughter was
born to Mr. and MTS. Herman Mil
brandt. Mrs. Milbrandt is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ramthon
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BATE.
The Ladies' Aid -Social netted
about $30. The entire program was
enjpyed by a packed house. The La
dles' Symphony Orchestra took the
house by storm Undor the leader
ship cijf Mrs. Reese they- c$n furnish
choice music for select '^yccaslfinB on
8hAh notice:
dances' Stewart underwent an op-
eration Saturday and is getting
along nicely.
Julius Schnase returned Saturday
.from the Pacific Coast country.
The cold snap Sunday morning
came in time to greet Frank Parker
and family on their return from Cal
ifornia, where they spent the win
ter.
(Francis Regan Bpent Sunday at
Aberdeen, visiting his .brother Jack,
who Is attending the Normal.
Misses Inez and Ruth Wenz of Ab
erdeen, are visiting friends and rela
tives here. -01:?
Several Aberdeen 'young people
were out to the social.
Will Esche left Wednesday morn
ing for his claim at Lemmon.
iPraf. Adebar spent Sunday at his
home at Alpena.
Miss 'Florence Shevlin of Aber
deen is visiting Misses McHugh.
James Regan received a telegram
Saturday morning announcing the
death of hi' Bbrother-in-law, Morris
Murphy, at Omaha. aswst!
/,ONEOTA ANT WESTPORT
Miss Marie Strachan and Miss
Margaret Vaughan were Westport
callers Saturday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mil
brant a son, about a week ago. All
doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. John Callaghan were
Westport visitors from Saturday un
til Monday.
Rev. Caradine finished his revival
work rfere Sunday. Quite a delega
tion came down from Frederick Fri
day evening to hear him| Mr. and
Mrs. Jump were alpo here from Ab
erdeen.
Mr. Hogan was in from the Hogan
ranch Monday, and reports every
thing fine out there.
•Mlrs. SIz'j-^ is sewing for Mrs. Wm.
Sieman this week.
The St. Patrick's ball was a grand
success, green predominated every
where, and Ireland's patron saint
was duly honored. Several of the
ladies -wore green, and among them
was Mrs. Carl Matteson.with a hand
some green satin waist Miss Ella
Sieman wore a .beautiful green ba
tiste jumper suit, and was consider
ed the belle of the evening. All went
home feeling happy and report a
glorious time at St. Patrick's ball.
Mrs. 'D. C. Vaughan is again in
Aberdeen having dental work done.
Miss Minnie Hansen went to her
near 'Frederick Thursday. She is a
very nice young lady, and we are
sorry to see her go.
Mrs. Ross Hansen entertained the
Altar Society Thursday.
Sunday School at Mrs. Johnson's
last Sunday. Next Sunday it will be
at Mrs. R. L. Gernon's at 11 o'clock
sharp.
Mrs. Bell has .been very sick for
a few days, hut is feeling better
now.
Miss Mayme Moyle was the guest
of MTS. G. V. }ehrke Saturday and
Sunday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Rampthun,
a daughter about a week ago.
•Mr. 'Fritz went to Aberdeen on
Wednesday.
There will be a married people's
dance Friday, April 16, on the first
•Friday after Easter. Sunday. There
will be a basket supper, that is,
every lady will furnish supper for
herself and husband. All married
people cordially invited.
RICHMOND.
Miss Ida Maas and Hazel Gardner
drove out from Aberdeen Sunday and
spent the day at the Maas home.
Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Breiter, and
Mrs. Stephenson were recent guests
at the Iverson home.
Wm. Earle and Mr. F. E. Coons
and son, were Aberdeen visitors last
Saturday.
Selma4Ortli and Miles Iverson were
guests at the Lund home Sunday.
Mr. George Miller was very seri
ously hurt last week while holding
a horse's foot to have the hoof trim
med. He was pushed under another
horse and stepped on. One rib was
broken and two crushed. He is get
ting along nicely at the present Writ
ing.
Mr. George C. Walker, who has
been section forman in Richmond
the past yea* and a half has accept
ed a position as section foreman on
the M. and S. L. road at Aberdeen.
He moved there last week.
John Barry formerly of Warner,''is
the new section foreman at Rich
mond.
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson and M!ss'
Henrietta Seller were Aberdeen vis
itors last Saturday.
Mlrs. Orthi and daughter Selma
were chopping at the hub, Saturday.
Miss Mabel Iverson is the proud
possessor of a new piatfo these days.
Eland Coats from Aberdeen was a
guest at the Maas home Sunday,,,.,,
I^sj CORTLANDT.
S. D. Lewis drove to Aberdeen
Thjursday of last week.
S. J. Insley visited over Sunday
with a friend In Aberdeen.
Mrs. J. P. Brooks returned from
Aiberdeen Monday, where she under-
•g$&.
went a successful operation for ap
pendicitis.
Fred Hitchcock of Aberdeen^ spent
•Monday here on business.
Mr. Sommerville of Aberdeen was
here Monday ^setting up drills re
cently purchased of him.
Will Long went to Aberdeen Tues
day evening to meet his mother, sis
ter and .brother, who have come from
Illinois.
Miss Elsie Mount, who 1B teaching
at Hosmer, came down Friday even
ing to spend Saturday at home.
Charlie IHlede has returned from
Wetonka and will soon begin with
a force of men to ere a house for
F. A. Palmer. W'lv
Jimmie Anderson^ spent Saturday
night in Aberdeen.
Miss Annie Hovllle of Aberdeen is
visiting at the Pete Anderson home
for a few days.
Rev. MoGovern of -Aberdeen is
hnldlng a series of meetings in the
Insley schoolhouse.
•Walter Webb came out from Aber
deen Tuesday, returning Wednesday.
MTS. Oxton has returned to her
home at Andover after visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Young.
MisB Coa Brown of Aberdeen spent
Wednesday with, relatives and
friends here.
Leon Presoott, who has been quite
ill is able to toe around again.
Auditor Miller, of the Imperial Co.
is checking up here today. fctw
JAMES, S. D.
Charles Waren of Velva, N. D., is
spending a few days visiting in this
vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wagener spent
Sunday at the home of Frank. Weg
ener.
Miss Zula Hubbard visited her sife
ter Edythe over Sunday
Several farmers were in flfs field
harrowing Tuesday.
'Fred Herold and Miss Anna Ken
ltzer were married Monday at the
German Lutheran churcli|.
PreBtegard and Holums are load
ing a car of potatoes.
Charles Rasmussen was down from
Putney to attend the auction sale at
C. O. Peterson's.
BRAINARD.
Everyone seems to think spring Is
here to stay.
W. H. Davenport is back on the
farm again, after a winter spent in
town.
The neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. C.
S. Wright gathered .at. their home
and gave them ah old-fashioned sur
prise Saturday evening.
Word comes from R. S. Elliot from
Kerman, Cal., that they arrived at
their destination last Friday, and so
far find everything beautiful.
•Pete Hegg is back fom the west
ready for spring's work.
Miss Anna Weismantel Is just re
'covering from the chlckenpox.
E. G. Ingram expects the carpen
ters from Brltton to begin work on
hits house next week.
AGED COUPLE GETS
MARRIAGE LICENSE
YeBterday the clerk of courts is
sued a marriage license which was
notaible in more ways than one. In
the first plEjce the gentleman member
of thie proposed matrimonial venture
has reached the more or less mature
age that he may be depended upon
to fill one of the requirements of so
many papas-ln-law, that he be old
enough to know his own mind. .He
is 60 years old. The blushing ibride,
however, is so near his age that
there need be no fear of mismatlng
because of difference of age. She is
58. James Sullivan and Alperlina
Lnckowskl. are the names of the
"young couple" and judging from
the names it is quite (possible that
they are not of the same nationality.
In fact, the gentleman was forced to
admit when he applied for the li
cense thiat he was not exactly sure
of the spelling of the name of his fu
ture better half, but that he thought
the above version would come pretty
Cl°Se'
TWO WERE NEAR TO DEATH
Early-Rising Merchant at Clear Lake
Saved Their Lives
Clear Lake, S. D., March 24.—Mr.
and MTS. .Will Arnold owe their lives"
to the fact that Mr. Ramharter, pro
prietor of the store underneath the
rooms they occupy, chanced to re
turn to his place of business at an
unusually early hpur. Mr. Arnold
went out to feed the horse, after r"
Ing in the morning ttnd felt so badly
he went back to tell his wife to call
a doctor., {Entering the room, he
collapsed. Mrs. Arnold Started for
the telephone but fell unconscious.
Just then Mr. Ramharter entered the
store below, and Arnold had presence
of mind enough to pound, on' the
floor till hip attention was attracted.
Mr. Ramharter summoned Dr. Har
vey and then escaping gas waB found
The doctor declared they would have
been unconscious in a few minutes.
v-m lira
ROOSEyELT'S HUNTNG TRIP
(His Aim—To secure for the Smith,
sonian museum one adult specimen
of each sex ..of every large animal'
in Africa. $
Division of Expenses—Smithson
ian institution pa/ys for preservation
and shipment of speciamena. Roose
velt pays expenses «f himself and
son, Kerrnlt.
How Plan' Originated—Roosevelt
suggested It to Ohas. D. Walcott, sec
retary of Smithsonian, in letter dat
ed June 20, 1908.
Date of Start—March 23,, from
Hoboken, New York. ~'J
African Starting p^fff|™Mom-'
ibasa.
Course of Travel—North, through
Africa to Nairobi. Thence to Lake
Nyanza. Thence toward Nile.
Finish of Hunt—About March 1,
1910, at Khartoum, Egypt.
Chief of Dangers—-Attacks from
rhinoceroses, said by hunters to be
the most treacherouB of animals.
Nature of Illness That May Over
take Roosevelt—Sleeping sickness,
fatal, caused by bite of tsetse fly.
Spirit/um fever, caused by bite of splr
Itlum fly, usually fatal. Black wat
er feiver, fatal. j?/}' ^j
Roosevelt's Return to America-Hft
About June, 1910.
CHANCE FOR YOUNG HEN
Butler, S. D., March^4.—There is
a good opportunity here for any
young woman who Is familiar with,
newspaper work and who wishes to
secure a good husband, For some
time the Butler Herald was publish
ed by Miss (Bessie Lancaster, who re
cently married and retired from the
newspaper work. The Herald haa
developed into something of a matrl
raoniial agency, and if a new edits ess
takes hold it is not expected It will
be long before Bhe, too, wins a hus
band and retires.
mi
THE "JOKER" IN THE LUMBER
TARIFF
Editor Aberdeen American,
Dear Sir:—
The. lumber schedule of the bill
the ways and means committee has
just reported-is a profound disap
pointment to the lumber consumer.
While the duty on rough lumber
is reduced from (2 to (1 the duty
on finished lumber in all forms is
left so high as remain prohibitive.
Rough lum'jer owing to transpor
tation charges cannot be imported
into the United States aicep.t where
water transportation i». available.
Consequently the reduction on
rcugh lumber i«i Ol nc bene^t what
ever to the farmers and other con
sumers In tUe great Interior coun
try.
Finished lumber can be imported
because of the saving in railway
rates as compared with, rough lum
ber If the tariff permit it but as
proposed it does not permit it
About ninety per eent of the lum
ber shipped from a mill by rail goes
throug the planing mill before it 1b
put on the cars.
About tihe same percentage of the
lumber sold at a retail lumber yard
Is planed or finished in some meas
ure. That is to say, the ordinary
consumer of lumber buys finished
lumber almost entirely.
And the lumber schedule as draft
ed makes it impossible for him to
get this lumber from abroad. There
fore, he will be entirely dependent
on domestic supplies as before.
This is the kind of revision that
may fool, but will not benefit.
Every congressman ^ho wants to
help his constituents to get cheaper
lumber should insist on fret lum
ber, both rough and finished.
Failing in that he should insist
that finished lumber which is what
his average constituent buys shall
not be taxed more than rough lum
ber, which Is what the average con
stituent does not buy.
.Very truly yours,
National Forest Conservation League
—:—IPHPIS
SSjrVl'S^
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GR0T0N HIGH SCHOOL
TO SEND BAND TTRTtv,
Prof. Willis E. Johnson of the
Normal, school faculty hias announced
to the American that the Groton
high, school boys' band of fifteen
pieces will attend the Northern
South Dakota high school track meet
which is to be held under the aus
pices of the Normal school in Aber
deen on May 14-15. He states that
the prospects for a large attendance
at the meet are very flattering and
that there will be.a.large list of
contestants all in the game to win.
Paul Burkhardt is arranging for
the erection of a cement block build
ing to be 20x16,. two stories high,
the cost.approximately to be $2,600,
This will be the new home for-the
North Side bakery, which Mr. Burk
hardt purchased several months ago
and which has since proved a very
successful venture], ,,
WANTED—Situation on farm by
first-class man good reference.
Address F. M., American office, ltp
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