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iSS :k: PLATTE MNR TO BE BUILT. E. W. Adams Says Work on That Ex tons I on Soon Will Commence. "In an interview given out hi ," South Dakota last week E. W. Adams, secretary of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad, made the statement that the Platte extension of the Milwau keewould soon be built. He also made the statement that if tli»x Milwaukee Sver' did build to ths coast the extension would be from Evarts and not frorr Cham berlain. Mr. Adams said that the Armour extension, the grad ing for which is now in progress, would be completed so that the fall crop could be hauled over it this year. Mp Adams visited South Dakota last week in com pany with President Albert J. Earling, of the Milwaukee line, and his stateWents are consider ed as practically coming from the head of the road. Mr. Adams explained that the Platte txtension would be made to connect with the Black Hills line of the company a few miles east of Chamberlain. Surveys have already been extended across this country for a rail road. It was first supposed that the extension connecting the northern and southern sections of the Milwaukee would, be made between Platto and Orient, but the officers of the road have chosen to connect Orient and Armour.—Sioux City Journal. Railaoad Progress. Work is being rushed at Cham berlain by a constantly increas ing I I fct I fr." r-4* i «$**•- !h I. force of men, now said to be ^aboutSOO. have been *wiaid with new tracks, and on the river front is being piled a large amount of bridge material The big pontoon for the main ctiannel, 850 40 has been started. Pile drivers are at work on both sides of the island. The one on the east side finished to the water Saturday, and is working on across until deep watter is reached. The surveyors are now out be tween Dirkstown and Earling. The best information we ha ye is that the line will pass through Oacoma, up American Crow creek, coming out near Herroa's northeast of Dirkstown. Prom there it will fun in a northwest erly direction to Medicine creek, and follow that about due west, on the north side, to a point near Hunter, then drop south of White Clay buttea a little, and west on the divide between White and Bad rivers. The grade will be completed and ironed at least 75 miles west of Chamberlain this season, and more if possible. There is no longer any doubt of the road's intention of pushing on to the Black Hills as soon as possible. J. L. Hewitt, right of way agent, has been following up the surveyors and obtaining right of way as rapidly as possible. Graders are expected to arrive this week. Five or six townsites QwUl be laid oat west of Oacoma .by the Milwaukee Townsite Co., and public sales held some time in Jane. At Oacoma the railroad officials are disposed to co-oper ate with, parties owning land ad joining to the present town, and locate the depot a little east of it, building the new and old to gether. But differences arose aa to the terms of such a deal be tween the the owners and the railroad men, and nothing defi nite so far as we know, had been determined on yet as to the depot site and which survey through Oacoma Settler. would be »aed.—Iooa mm When the aevon hun-lrod dele gates to the International Rail way Congress meet io Washing ton, next month, sotno interest ing facts regarding state owned and operated railroads are likely to come out, despite the fact that the proceedings will be conduct ed in French and no reporters will be admitted. A society at Tomsk, western Siberia, recently resolved that "all men are born free and equal." According to the latest reports the advisors of the Csar have been unable to advise a punishment to suit the crime. The Dowager Empress of China advises Chinese lawyers to study law. There are some members of the profession in this country who could well afford to take the same advice. Just as the Anti-Saloon League proposes to abolish noise as a means of celebrating the 4th of July, a college professor invents a "harmless" cannon for use on that day. Despite the fact that firing at sea was heard the night the Rus sian fleet left Kamranh bay, the naval authorities insist that there are no fishing trawlers in that section. Perhaps the president by prac tising on cinnamon bears is just getting his hand in preparatory to an attack on the Wall Street variety. Colonel Bryan insists on the value of an ideal. The trouble with Bryan is that he under estimates the value of ideas. A new town in Wisconsin, called Roosevelt, will absorb two towns now called respectively Grcvcr and Cleveland. I have a quantity of seed flax for sale. It will be saved for you if you'call and pay for same. F. 8. Strohbehn. 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Wabava a floo oow ,. stock of papers in an endleaa variety of pattern* and colors, deaigned to aappiy a!! wants, and they will please the buyer, both in quality aad price—the two greateat ooaaiderationa, in wall papeoaa wall aa other goods. v: Paints, Oils and Varnishes For outside and inside decoration May be porchaaed of as io any quantity, aa we are always prepared to nopply yoor want* with a large and carefully selected stock of the beat paints and (His obtainable. Come aad aee .',.v and let aa fit yoa out right We handle almost everything you need during the housecleaning season, such as insect powders, disinfectants, etc. if we don't have what you want, iet us know and we will get it for you. WAGNER DRUG- CO. ii %*'A& m4 C«a!. WAGNER, S. 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