OPPOSITION TO MEASURES EN
ACTED BY LEGISLATURE
BRINGS THEM BACK
Apportionment, Anti-Treating and
Anti-Cigarette Acts to Be Put Up
to the People and Possibly the
New Game law in An Effort to
S&People of Aberdeen and the rest
of the ..state will have chance to
vote on several laws recently passed
by the last session of the legislature
^upder referendum proceedings.
At the present there are at least
three of these laws which will be
toromgh^ up in this manner to the
voters .and there may be others.
"These are tihe law creating .two con
gressional districts, the antl-treat
ingc lawr and the anti-cigarette law.
There nty be otihera, but these three
are certain to be in the list. Besides
the* the county local option law
ettDM to the -voters through the in
jLM ittfative, and will make at least four
law# to Jbe voted on besides the five
fifs-h rlv^/la well as those in the nort&-
art of the state, are not satis
a#jft with the congressional division
new game-law #ay also be
A petition has al-
^signatures ^:.,the neoes
Per.cent. ot £§$ /voter*,**,
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP
Phone 1905 or 1956
It is unlawful, under it provision,
to Id 11 grouse or prairie chickens ofr
two years. The running at large of
hunting dogs, setters or pointers,
during the breeding of wild fowl is
also not permissible. The date of
the open season for ducks has been
set forward ten days—to September
10, Instead of the first.
A state game warden In the per
son- of W. F. Bancroft, of Water
town, has already been announced,
though his duties will not begin
until the law becomes operative.
County game wardens are to be ap
pointed toy the state game warden,
the power Ibeing given the various
county commissioners to submit re
commendations, although the state
warden is not necessarily obliged to
follow these recommendations.
The sportsmen who go afield
merely tor the pleasure of the sport,
incidentally to bag a sufficient quan
tity to replenish the family larder,
seem, as a rule, to foe fairly satis
fied with the stringency of the law,
but a great protest has gone forth
by hunters who imake the sport a
business during the open season.
Those who are instituting the pe
tition for the submission of the law
at the next election express confid
ence in their ability to Becure the
required number of signatures
NEW RESIDENCES TO
GO UP THIS SPRING
ThJe following 'building permits
were granted in the last few days
by building Inspector Washburn:
Win. Rehfleld, a dwelling at No. 7
Sevemtlh avenue SE valuation 13,
000. Wm. Ttehfleld, a dwelling at
617 South Main street, valuation
$3,(M0. Rahskopf, dwelling mov
ed to ill Tenth' avenue, SB, remod
eled: to. the extent of $1200.
kopf, dwelling at 929 Washington
street, SB, valuation $3,000. J, A.
Day, dwelling at 102 Seventh ave
nue, SB, valuation $3,&00. Ole M.
Oyhna, dwelling at 624 North Kline
street, valuation $1,000. ST?-
SOUTH SHORE TO
HAVE NEW BANK
Soutlh Shore, S. D., April 6.—
iWdthia the next lewr dayB a new
banking institution *111 open its
doots and commence business at this
place. Jt has been incorporated un
der thb 'name of the Farmers' State
Bank of South Shore, and has a pald
#pttal of $10,000.'
DEC0RAH, IOWA, TO FURNISH
NEXT SUPERINTENDENT, BE
GINNING NEXT FALL
Board Elects School official at $2000
Yearly Salary—Miss King Quits—
Attention Called to Importance of
Voting for the Bond IsBue Submit
ted at April Election.
Henry C. Johnson of Decorah, la.,
was elected superintendent of the
Aberdeen public schools at the meet
ing of the board of education iMonday
The new superintendent will take
charge of the schools here on Aug.
1. His salary will ibe $2,000. Mr.
Johnson is a married man.
The new man spent Monday in the
city and made a fine impression upon
the members of the board. He comes
here backed by the highest recom
mendations of schoolmen and of the
citizens ot Decorah. Inspector En
sign of the Iowa schools considers
him one of the strongest men in the
No action was taken upon the se
lection of a principal of the high
school. (Miss Edna Kingreslgned as
assistant in the primary department
.No successor will be elected for the
short time remaining ot the year.
The teachers sad pupils of the city
are jgotag to be given a half holiday
next Friday afternoon on account of
the meeting of the Northern section'
of the South Dakota Teachers asso?
Ciation to thi* City. a?
The board appropriated $50 to
ward the expense of commencement
Invitations tor the high^aehool sen
Attention was called to the prox
imity of the (forthcoming election
and. the importance of passing the
ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT FRED
AY, APRIL 9, 1909
to Sunny Southern Alberta or what is known as
The Bow River Valley Reservation
of 3,000,000 4CRES OF LAND. THINK OF IT!
Our Next Excursion Leaves Aberdeen for Calgary, Alberta, Canada,
Saturday, April 17th, 1909
and then one every two weeks from said date. Come with us on one of these Excursions and see the Greatest Irrigation Project in America.
This land is located adjoining Calgary on the east, a metropolitan city of nearly 30,000 population.
Our best irrigated lands are selling at $25.00 per acre and our non-irrigated lands are ranging in prices from $10.00 to $15.00. This
land can be obtained at the present time with the small cash payment of one-tenth of purchase price, balance in nine annual installments at
6 per cent interest. We also sell this land on the crop payment plan.
The rush of immigration has already commenced and thousands of settlers will be going into this block of land this year, and the lands
bound to increase in value very rapidly. Come with us to Alberta and get some of these lands. THE TIME IS NOW, as you will never
get them as cheap again. The crops raised are Alfalfa and Spring and Winter Wheat, Oats, Malting Bai ley, Flax, Sugar Beets and all kinds
of Vegetables. Mild climate and good markets.
Do Not Forget the Date of Our Next Excursion, Saturday, April 17th.
For Further Information, Write or Call
J. LINDGREM, GENERAL AGENT
OF SOUTH DAKOTA FOR THE
PACIFIC IRRIGATION COLONIZATION COMPANY
two bond issues, one tof $25,000 for
a new building and one for $11,000,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The following real estate trans
fers were recorded during the past
S. H. Jumper to Otto (Mueller, lots
3, 'block 61, second addition.
Peter Schwahn to Otto E. Mueller,
lots 3, 4* and 5, block 61, second
(E. D. Rasmussen to Frank Ward
norbh, 34 feet of lot 9 and the east
16 feet of lot 10, all in block 53,
Olty of Stratford to Lillian D.
Carver,. NiE sec. 5-124-64 and
the SiE of sec. 32-125-64.
John Van Horn to Henry Man
ning, lot 5, block 4, Thomas addi
R. H. Mulke to E. 'F. Neelan, NE
of sec. 20-l'61-60.
C. B. Sturgeon to I. ©. Stuckey,
NW of sec. 33-122-60, consider
O. W: Hawn to Hanson school
township, a parcel of land in the
SW of sec 11-122-60, considera
R. !B. Schneider to W. F. Mason,
NW of sec 122-128-64, donsidera
Floet, Cory Bemls Co., to Fred Re
ber, lots 1 and 2, Jblock 9, town of
Jona^ Nicolas to C. G. Neever,
lot 24, block 10, Hagerty & Lloyds
O, N. Harris to .W. H. and C. E.
McCauley, NE and the NW of
sec. 12-1&3-64, consideration $1500.
MORE DROP OUT OP TRIP PILING
Gregory, S. D., April 5.—Out of
'200 numbers called of homestead
fliers In the Rosebud, "ten have failed
to show up to claim their rights of
The newtownslte applicalons
made to the department have all
Ibeen refused and the four locations
originally announced will stand and
,the government will not make more
Jn the county.
WANTED—-To list your Brown Coun
ty lands for sale or exchange. Des
cribe fully price, terms and wants.
G. W. Langford, Aberdeen S. D. tf
ABERDEEN, SOUTH DAKOTA Offic© 109 Second Ave.
Ml R. Tennarit to C. O. Burnette,
lots 21 and 22, block 48, Hagerty
Lloyds addition, consideration $800.
I the traini of trains between Minnne
apolis, St. Paul & Chicago. Its route
is the same as that of your letters—the
Milwaukee & St. Paul
The Pioneer Limited leaves Minneapolis
8. oo p. m., and Union Station St. Paul,
8.35 p. daily.
Other trains of this railway, between the^jpli
Twin Cities and Chicago, include The!fe^^
Fast,MaiI, The Daily Express and train.
via La Crosse and Dubuque. 1,
Ask the nearest ticket agent of this Com
pany for complete information about fares
and train service.
P. A. mtt.T.T.-B-
t^O. P. WALLER,
Division Pasenger Agent,
S E E S
FOB FARM AND GARDEN
J.L.LOEB'S SEED CO.
1^02-208 Fourth One B16cj^last
•nmriin inTinfmumrwquijjim W
is what you want in the
livery line. If you are
going to rfiake a drive go
to the place where you
can get the best team
and buggy and the most
reliable drivers. That
J. N. JENKINS,
Livery and Boarding Stable
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