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I .r k: 4 EIGHT '•r, v- j® "Alfred Wenz of Bath was another •t Hub City visitor yesterday. ,W. H. Dowdell of Artesian is in the city today visiting friends. C. Louis Allen left last evening for Sioux Falls on legal business. •W. B. Holmes, the prominent banker at Cresbard. was in the city yesterday. Florence Millard went to Hecla to visit her sister, who is teaching school there. F. B. Riggenburg of Columbia was the city yesterday looking after business interests. Mr. K„ Carlson returned to St. SPaul last evening after spending two ^t^,J§weeks here on business. Mrs. !W. E. Howell of Frederick jL'mV^Is spending a few days in the city shopping and visiting frleilds & Congregational Ladies Missionary society will meet this afternoon at Mrs. Bottum on South Main street. £r„' Mr. Patterson, the automobile man of Linton, Nl.O., was in town yes terday looking over the machines James Feiney of Letcher is in the city today looking after busi ness interests and visiting old friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tightmier of Webster were up to attend the fun- Closing out some broken patterns of Haviland Din' ner and Tea Sets at your own price. VOEDISCH JEWELRY CO. BROWN BROS. ...STATE BANK & TRUST CO... Trust companies are largely a modern de velopment. Their convenience and ability to serve is more and more appreciated, particu larly in the large centers. Aberdeen is a metropolis with unbounded aspirations. A trust company fits into its plans of enlargement and should be studied and used. Banking is an important part, but only a part. Call and let us explain what more we can do for you. BROWN BROS. STATE BANK AND TRUST CO. NOT OUT OF BUSINESS We are doing business for the present at 122, 3rd. Ave., West. We expect to be back to 320 S. Main, as soon as insurance is adjusted and leaks in roof repaired. Wait For Us For Bargains Chas. A. Saner, Jeweler AMERICAN PHONE CA1LS Editorial Rooms, 1188 Business Office, 1556 Society Editor, 1750 WEATHER FORECAST at Washington, D. C., April 1.— »S Local rains Friday followed by clearing and colder. I! Tempexature April 1. April 2.- -Highest 40. -Lowest 20. Received by D. G. Gallett, Weather Observer. GITY Briefs George Johnson of St. Paul is vis iting at the home of Ole M. Oyhus. G. W. MeFarland was in from Gro ton yesterday transacting business. uVTrs. Henry Schnorr of Warner was another Hub City visitor yes terday. Olaf Warner and wife of Warner were in town yesterday shopping and visiting. W. D. Swain has left for Sault St. Marie, Mich, to (be goney about a week on business. C. H. Allen was granted a permit to build a barn outside of the fire limits. Estimated value $100. A. T. Rjork, the tailor, left last night for the Twin Cities to spend a few days transacting, business there. Mrs. George Jenkins of Minneap olis returned home last night after attending the funeral of her father A. T. Gllmor, George Goetz and George Schatz will leave next week with five cave of emigrants for Grassy Lake, Al berta, Canada. W. B. Jeffries of the Aberdeen Plumbing & Heating Co., has return ed after completing a job of plumb ing at Ipswich. O. S. Steele and wife, together with Mr. Steele's sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Huey, returned from their trip to Wot Springs. Ex-County Treasurer F. C. Benja min and wife of Frederick were in town yesterday visiting. They re turned this morning. O. R. Jorgenson is trying a law suit at Summit and will also trans act legal business at Sisseton b'efore returning to Alberdeen. Next week the city will take an inventory of all the water toeing used, by ascertaining the number of taps Jn each residence. F. H. Bentiey has been appointed city assessor to succeed Fred Camp bell. The new office will !be located a 2 2 at Elroy Hopkins is just recovering from a week's attack of the grip, during which time he was so ill as to be confined' to his 'bedS|fe^ifa| The Allen Investment Ca fias^as sutned the management of the Wil cox Apartment House, and from now on will look after its interests. W. D. Warnef, general, agent for the Acme Harvester Co., is in Water- •ral of A. T. Gllmor yesterday af-jtown looking after business there, ternoon. He expects to return this evening. D. G. Gallett has just returned from Chicago with a choice selection of Call and look them overahd listen to the latest records'a$»s 4 llett'g* Music anfl Jewelry I Store 3QQ SOUTH MAIN STREET ——j—•I Ill up n.. AJTRDiJEN DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1909 The ladies of the Eastern Star I will enjoy a social this afternoon at the temple from 2 to 5. I Voediescli lias got in a new line of I alarm clocks. Xo need to give ex- I ruses now for being late to work. The Rebeccas will meet this even ing at the usual hour, and a large attendance is requested as there will •be some work to put on. Miss Edith Strachan of Freder ick, who has been visiting Mrs. Frank Barnard for the paftt week, will return to her home today. The Ladies Missionary society of the Congregational church will meet with Mrs. Bottum this afternoon at I her home on South Main street. The new glass front for the Mc Collum & Austin store is well under course of construction and it can already he seen what a decided im provement the change will make on the looks of the place. B. H. Schilling of State Centre, Iowa, was in town yesterday looking after his landed interests at Hough ton. Mr. Schilling likes Dakota very inuck. Chas. H. Smith of Minneapolis, the traveling freight agent for the Chicago, Indiana & Southern rail way, was in the city yesterday look ing after business interests. The will of the late Michael Cully was probated yesterday, and the time set for -hearing will be Satur day, April 17. C. Louis Allen is the attorney for the executrix. Chas. Kinney of Rochester, Minn., has been spending a few days visit ing with his niece, Mrs. Dr. Soren son. He left for Summit last even ing, intending to spend a few days there before returning home. Mrs. A. T. Gilmor and her daugh ter, Mrs. A. E. Watson, left last evening for Webster. Mrs. Watson will remain with her mother for a few days before returning to her home at Grand Forks, N. D. Nat Dun'bar has relieved the Bell Plumbing Co. of his presence while he makes a few days business trip to Chicago, later joining his wife at Hudson, Wis., and returning to Ab erdeen. M'. A. Culver of Ortonville, Minn., is in town looking after the inter ests of the Consilidated Granite Co., and expects to make a considerable sale of stone here for the construc tion work on new and proposed build ings here. W. (F. Cunningham and wife of Chicago are stopping over a few days here. Mr. Cunningham is the din ing car conductor on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, and a very important man if you should get hungry while enroute to Chi. WELL INTERVIEW WESTERN PASSENGER ASSOCIATION A committee of business of this city, comprising J. S. Hart, J. H. Jackson, H. C. Jewett and J. H. Fi rey, will leave omorrow or next day for the Twin Cities to interview the Western Passenger association In re gard to the securing of excursion rates for the Home-coming of Da kota pioneers to be held here on June 16, 17 and 18, and incidentally to talk over other matters of vital importance to Aberdeen Let us show you what a good job we can put in for you and abso lutely guarantee it to work. Aber deen Plumbing & Heating Co. iWhen in need of good drinking water ask us to deliver a case of distilled water. Only 30 cents for six half gallon .bottles. Aberdeen Bottling Works. Phone 1531. 254-3tp FOR BENT Wilcox dining room and kitchen, completely, furnished. Allen Invest ment Association. Kf, 254-tf Rubbers for all at John's. 246-tf The Ladies of the O. E. S. will hold a sewing bee at the temple par lors Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. ARRAIGNED BEFORE POLICE JUDGE Bert 'Morrison, hailing from Win nipeg, was arraigned before Judge Jones of the police court yesterday afternoon on the charge of indecent exposure before two little girls in a new building Washington street. Morrison coaxed the little tots into the building and after playing hide and seek with them for awhile, ex posed himself. The children, be coming frightened, ran home to their parents. The police were summoned and the man placed under arrest. He was 'bound over for a hearing to day on a bail of $100. Morrison made several attempts to break away from Officer Kirley on his way down to the station, but Kirley had him "pat" and landed him safe. I am prepared to do house clean ing by the vacuum system. All work attended to promptly. Prices reas onable. Phone 1119 or 2881. Ad dress J. O. Decker, 117 North Kline street. 234-tf APRIL 7— $24 ROUND TRIP To Canada, and $1.50 per day for board and berth, from Aberdeen, Huron, Watertown or any point in South Dakota, by way of St. Paul. Land Good. .Big Fine Grass. No Ir rigation Ditches. Not Necessary. Land sells at $10 to $14. Easy terms Same as others ask $20 to $30. We own our own cars and automobiles. Lands shown free. LUSE LAND CO., St. Paul, Minn. BARNEY WILLITS, Excursion Manager. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS and parties needing help. We are in a position to furnish all kinds of help free of charge to employers. Give us a call when in need of help. Northwestern Employment Bureau, Room 14, Hagerty Bldg., Phone 1911 FOR SALE Clover Hill Farm 227 Acres, North field, Minn. Forty miles south of twin cities fronting on Cannon river, opposite St. Olaf college and Odd Fellows home mile from three railway stations 16 train daily trolley line to twin cities Carleton college and nine churches within a mile house 2 y2 stories, 13 rooms, hardwood fin ish, 3 bath rooms, 3 fire-places, hot water, heat and gas insurance $8, 000.00 excellent condition. Price $20,000.00, half cash, balance at S per cent. Inquire Mrs. Jennie Pen gilly on the place or First National Bank, Northfield, Minn. 251-Gtp Guaranteed Tailoring at Temple ton's 117 Third avenue E. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES For Sale—Small but well-establish ed mail order business. Suitable either sex. Only spare time neces sary. Owner leaving city. Full in vestigation courted. Box 597, city. 251-6tp DO YOU NEED MONEY To 'build with? We have plenty of It to loan in Aberdeen and other good towns in this territory, payable In monthly installments at a very low interest cost. Call on or write us. ALLEN INVESTMENT ASS'N, Hagerty Building. ELECTRIC LIGHTS Have your house wired now be fore the. spring rush. See our large line of fixture and glassware, the largest and finest stock within hun dreds of miles. 220-tf —C. M. Barnes & Co. N0W«§yS is the time for your window and porch screens. Have them built at home and get them painted so they will not rust and scale oil the fir»t night Phone 2449. S f- M. T. LIGHT. Sorosis Shoemaking i, has attained an Exact Science,— consequently OROSIO PQJar lis WM Sll represent the 'l Best in Style, Comfort and Durability 0LWIN-ANGELL COMPANY THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ABERDEEN ARE YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS WORTH $2.50 A YEAR? If they are, you should rent one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and know that they are absolutely safe from burglars, fire or the care lessness of yourself or others. Come in and inspect our Safe De posit Department and see for yourself the kind of protection and the kind of service we give you. 4 Per Cent on Savings U. S. DEPOSITORY TIME CUTS A LARGE FIGURE Especially in carpenter work. If the building material is In good shape, dry and straight, it can be worked up in much less time than if it is green, wet and warped out of shape or covered with snow and ice. Our stock Is all under cover and therefore Is In a» good a condition for working in winter as in summer. It Is always clean and in the case of mouldings and interior finish this alone la a very important consideration as all finish must be cleaned and smoothed before It can be put on, which is a very slow job if It must be done by hand. If you intend building anything, we will be glad to furnish you an estimate on the building material. Hollandsworth-Hart Lumber Co. BENNETT'S F0RMALDAHYDE Is the Best. Always the same. Use $ ours and save time and money. Latest Styles in Wall Paper just Received Bennett's Corner Drug Store FOR SALE—i with a wide range of desctiptions and prices good terms. See PAINE, Hagerty Block. Week-End Bargain Sale Starting next Saturday we purpose giving a week-end bargain sale on Saturday and Monday of each week-end. Advertisements of these sales will appear on Thursday of each week and prices ad vertised will be good only for cash on SATURDAY 4W %fi' and nor complete list see our north window. Watch for Sarga'lna. Some of them may Interest you. THE R. S. MOTOR CYCLE? You need it in your busi. smess, you also need it for pleasure. We Repair Bicycles BUSHNELL BgOS.. Agents Phone 1027. 3218th Ave. E i* Residents and Vacant lots in various parts of the city MONDAY following appearance of advertisement. This week we offer: Enameled Dairy Pans Regular 10 to 20c Enameled Pudding Pans Regular 10 to 20c Enameled Mixing Bowls Regular 16 to 20c Enameled Pie Plates Regular 15c Enameled Tubed Cake' Pans Regular 26c Palmetto Scrub Brushes Regular 15c Measuring Oups, Drinking Cups, Dippers, measures and numeroua other ^rjlcles selling regularly for from ... ... .10 to 25c $ Your ChoiwSaturday and Monday R&i for 9c"'A' fr 5our •n 3 I £3 week-end Are You Looking For a Home? Don't buy (before seeing our Jour nal. I have farm lands, city property and stocks of goods advertised in it from nearly 'every state in the U.nion aid reaches 50,000 readers each is sue. Advertising rates 2c per word. Send 10c for two months' trial sub scription, Department h, Farm and Real Estate. Journal, Traer,- Iowa. Florsheim shoes at John's. 246-tt Let ua bid on your Job work.