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V s u* -If r/i«**•% THE TOWN J® rururu atattS •i ."J I* .» s Father Burke of Geddes was the umpire for the game Tues day at this place. Mrs. Geo. W. Bullock was visiting friends at Delmont the first of the week. Miss Pearl Marvin left Thurs day for a visit with friends at Yankton, South Dakota. Mrs. Lenore McCarthy and son ,left Thursday morniug for their home in Lyman couuty Worn is again progressing on the Reed & Reich block. It is being built of cement blocks, Bwtterm on Real Estats loan* the Commercial Slate Baak, u. WIJIW Wm, n Pease, CMWW, Hinztnan Bros, are tyow buy inar cream and will pay you the highest market price for the same. 5-18 Choice flax seed free from mustard $1.50 pvr bushel sacks 20 cents. Geo. E. Wickens Avon S. Dak. 6-1 Mesdames Bossiugham and .Fry of Geddes were guests at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. H. D. James Tuesday. Don't forget that we make the best terms on farm loans. No waiting for the money. mercial State Bank. tf Don't forget that Hinzman Bros, are buying cream and butter and eggs and paying the best prices for them. 5-18 Do you need oave spouting on your house? If you do, call on D. H. Cross. He can lix you out in good shape ou that kind of work. Beu McBride and wife are once more happy over the ar rival of a young stranger at their home. She came last Wednesday. Dr. Rothlisberger and Miss CU mens, of Geddes were guests at the home of Dr. Dono van Tuesday. Th*y also took in the ball game. Lee Frudenfeld, representing the Queeu City Fire Insurance Co. of Sioux Falls, was looking after business here a couple of days this week. Mrs. Dr. Piuard of Geddes was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Janda Tuesday, and i^ciden tally rooting for the Geddes team at the ball game. The depot at Geddes was broken into Monday night aud robbed of $285, the robbers mak inga clean get a-way, with no clue aa to their identity. The school board was in ses sion Monday evening. Another teacher waa hired, making three, while the matter of a principal is still in the air. Ote Early and Date Raben were the gentlemanly managers of the Geddes ball team here Tuesday. They were much elated ovt?r their victory in beat ing the Gate City team. The two slaters of EL A. Nurn berg, who have been visiting here for a week past, left for Sioux|City Thuraday morning, where they will visit with rel atives for a couple of weeks. Miss Gertie Welch, of Lacota, Michigan, la visiting her cousins, the Pease Brothers of this place this week. From here she will return to the Academy for a with her brother Ralph. Ratrayed— From Seaman 'a ranch, June 7th 1906, one black horse male, 4 years old, weight about 780 pounds. Finder jtaae send word to If, 8. Linlr, ^Httnninf water, 8. D. i* "•V I Vf n it. :.".i I'.. .'• .1 .*.i» Every body play ball. Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 8d. Some harvesting being done. For good machine oil go to the Feed Mill. 7-W Bet your money on Wagner it's a good propoaition. Wagner is the wocder of all comers growing ail the time. The First State Bank writes Insurance In five substantial companies. Josepb Estes has spent sew at days here lookin* after his Interests on this v*—rf*titrn. He is now located af« Cannon Ball, N. D., where he in in the employ at the government in tlie Indian service. Came to my place one black sow weight about 100 pounds. One red steer calf 8 or 4 months old. Owner can have same by paying all charges. A. B. Haley one and one half miles south west of Wagner. 7-20 A. J. Smith, who has been in Wagner some time in the inter ests of the Order of Home Guardians, weut to Mitchell Tuesday to attend a meeting of the state educators to revise the state course of study for the pnblic schools. Weduesday the Platte team came down for a return game but the most noticeable feature of their coming was I he abseuce of that class of good fellows up there who should have been present and boosted by their presence if nothing moro. The game was a "ball game" from start to finish and was nobod's till the nineth inning had been pluyed, the score being 3 to 2 in fayor of the Wagner team. Orr and Clapper were iu the box for the locals and Sissons and Cun ningham for Platte. Orr struck SUM T*x ftale Bonds liiKune County County STIMWil COUP County Bridie* County HtnkiiiK County Inst llute Illntrlrt School* TOTIMIIIII Total DKTAII.ED LIST state's Attorney Petit Juror'* K«*l Phyalciana for Poor WltoesM Keea. Circuit aud l'o Court .lustk-e of the Peace Jurors and VVIttieaaea, Justice Court Poor Kellef Baiin and Maltooery Printing and Advertising Light. I ttel, KrMlr Oeaety Sides... i» Board of Heatt llpplng riptQK 1 Constable fee*.... Misoellaueuos ... Tiimi. Auditor's and Treasurer's Detailed Exhibit of Receipt* aad Disbar In the County of Charles Mix for Quarter Ending Juae jetfe. Showing Amount of Funds lu the Treasury aad Where Deposited, Balance Account Ov«-r di-Nwn pti v. qr. stttr tfe Honda. IH-Mni|in ni Kond County Hond Sinking .-4*wk Indemnity Couuty Bonds Ilefi*rrwi l'iivrn«-tn« Interna Duferrvtl Hmjrrunu Liquor MCFIIH Kvdemptlon Salary Hair and mw of firhoot Lanlb.,. State Perm. School fund Statu IVflolem-y KJKH-IHI Slnxinir lnUTeat I'ormawnt School Kund. Penalty aud Interest Library Game Wtubliixtoa Redemption Kluli Baltaee. Caak e ii w Lrw Aouounta Overdrawn Total Caab In Hands of Treasurer... Caah andfash Item* Bank of Platte .. Karniem State Hank. PlatUi Commercial -late liaxk. Platte Charles Mix County Bank. Ueddea.. Lakeside State Bank. Lake Andes Klrat -tMte Bunk. Wainer Coiiimen lal Slate Hank. Wagner ... i'o"M:ty Seat 'taui Bank, Wheeler... Valley State Bank Total. or MM at a 44IW T» State of South Dakota, County of Charles Mix. H. W. Evers, Treasurer, being duly sworn, doth say that the above exhibit is a true and correct statement of the financial conditiou of Charles Mix county, tin appears by his books. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of July 1900. [Seal] S. L. Gable, Jr. Notary Public. AUDITOR'S EXHIBIT WABBASTS lascao County Auditor and Clarks County Treasurer Ileputy Treasurer and Clerk* Iteglsuirof ends Ileputy Ke*later ot Deeds and Clerk County udirr Sheriff. Ileputy and BallMh Superintendent of schools Attorney by Order of Court Building A Kepairlngof Co Br*dg County ktoad Mrliool liuoka Comrolasloiieraof Inaanitjr Couuty CommlaaKiaer. 1st 4*6 &4 •sM SI* 08 mm a 4H «'ii 7k 7 Sd TOTAL. It u no man MC W tt Titi asi w t«u u ma am LUKUIIU m- •m "JSC"#. State o( South D.tkota, County uf Utiarles Mix. Fred J. Gibson, County Auditor, being duly sworn, doth say that the Treasurer's exhibit hereon it a true and correct elate men: the tiuancial condition ot Cuaries Mix Caaty, appears by his books, and that the Auditor's exhibit ia a tree and correct statement of all warrants drawn on the treasurer during the quarter, aud that the atatements of aaeete and labilities is true and correct. Subscribed and sworn to before me |hls 11th day ol July 19Q& Aaron Jooes, Register of Deeds. t\. *V' V", i- ass?? out nine men and Siseoos «ts. The iwist Urn# the? mm* down we nhml4 like to have seek Urm sports as Bex Brady, Hans (ijolme, Ole Hoagiiu, Geo. Henry and VaL Fetcoer come along and see a good game. Mr. and Mrs William Feaee and family departed for Du buque, Iowa, last Tuesday morn ing, where Mrs. Pease will visit her sisters and receive medical treatment at one of the hospitals of that city. She has been in very poor health for home time and the change wa« thought best for her. She will be absent some time. Mrs. A. H. IVsto accompanied them aa far as Sioux City. The hall game here Tuesday with Geddea waa decidedly "punk". Everybody hit the ball and scores were run galore, bnt Geddes managed to pile up the most It should have been a good game as the latter had framed up a good team with the expect*ttou of giving our locala a walloping -and a two to three score or something like it waa due. but the errors made by either side precluded anything of this kind. A nice buuch of rooters came down with tile Geddes team and cheered them on to victory. TREASURER'S EXHIBIT Or. Or. Otakanw Thta «7K IM 41 MTtl 4H a m:I# s it 6 W Tnt«l Dr Totel Or Balance Aawut o*er drawn qr. Tbta quar ur. mi'ti 7ii ia N« 4ul 14 uld IS w W vv eats tetMMe. Caah TBU Quarter quar tor, (HI MM 17 7 4W M) «KI ON a*t 7M Ml I" 441 it 7 i IN IIU6 3*\ «l tm 6i n si tw 04 1*47 a»« Js at sm ai n» IM 41 mbsm •i«t iti «w« i«e o6 tsa w UM tm SB7 4SI4 SI •M U 1T70 1« 'S iiu UttU iaa MEW nw Mn •TM U a u KK tausie a» 7i MCwte iom mm at v. II mm 441 44 ITT i trwi a Ifll 4IM*» 4IW7 Tit 17 aw.! MM 41 MM ei 170 H. W. Evers. AMXT«or Total CotrsT* n DIHII, ADIL at School Mooey Loaaed, Stx-ured by Mortgages a'id Hoods.... Unpaid Tax. IMS and prior I n paid Tax, 141 County Kunds. Unpaid Tax. HK County Kunds ... Unpaid Tax. IHBCoeuty Kuuda. Unpaid Tax. 1W4 County funds Unpaid Tax. IM* County funds Cash In Cuunty Kuad. Court House and Orounds, Safes aad Klxtures KeaJ Estate, nmm ma nm vtmm 141* i«tf trim 4iie? J» tirons Arflavm U DCTAIL Total A mi. of School Hooey Bec.ee to Oate, MM Warrants Issued aad ii» heads of Aed. w "tOlAL, Fred J. Gibson. Conaty Auditor, ,V! »*F*J •*r% *V A. BARKL, Reg. Phar.. Manager. Mrs. L. M. Valentine, who baa beeo vi-ttlng for some time pa»t at tha home of A. T. Dole, rn tutted Tliurnday morning to her home at Storm L«ake, Iowa. She was accompanied by Mia* Eva Miller, who goes for a two week'a «i*it. See Otto Hennies. Does Otto o»k happy^ Ye*, Otto looks liappv. Why does Otto look happy? Because be now lia« a nice great big ooy at hin home, who carat* last Saturday, and an iiouucei his iuteution of re maiuiug permanently. It won't be long before the young man will be calling him "Dad." Cou gratalationa. Our business houses should remember that by mailing their letters before aix o'clock p. m. each day they will arrive in Sioux City several hour a ahead of what they would if mailed to leave bere on the morning pas senger. This is found to be a great convenience and as soon aa all understand It more til will leave here on the evening train than morning passenger east. Mai II. J. Taylor was np from the Agency the last of last week payiug our merchants quite a large earn of money dua them, from the Indiana. He iu for mod the writer that during the fiscal year closed July 1st lie hid pay ed out in round numbers $249, MX) to Indians for the proceeds of tlie sale of their inherited lands sod that they had ou de posit iu tlie different national banks to their credit for the same purpose the sum of $811, 810.12. This is quite a showing for the Indians and means much to this pert of the couuty. The Major's management of tbe loAlao affairs at this Agency so far has bees a credit not only to himaelf bat tbe pereoaal wel fare of tbe wards under him. mm Are assured of the best goods at the lowest prices possible when you trade with us, as our constantly increasing trade testifies Everything we handle is purchased from reliable housesa £vid we make it our sole aim to Our stock as full and complete as possible. Pure Drugs, Stan dard Proprietary Remedies, Pens, Inks, Pencils,Tablets, Fancy Writing Paper, Books. Magazines, Periodicals, Souvenir Postal Cards. Cut Glassware, Fine Haviland China, best line of Paints and Oils, Varnlshe* and Stains, Alaba*tin«, Wall Paper, etc. Insect Powders, Fly Papers, and Disinfectants always on Hand In large quantities. Your mind about sending away for wh«t you want, and come and see us and tell us your needs and we will do our best to please you in every respect. WAGNER DRUG Incorporated Lkemcd Embalmen ..:»i».»» iu. a MoOON «LO Manasar Rut ration.# I B-efw* TUB. I la •Vow '*S rill We will Close Out SIOJOOGeCa,*...... .. $ 750 $UM A/5 $10.00 Carrhg* 7.50 4 SpkJU CAste *55 7 WALL PAPER AT COST Our Rockers are Cheap—Quality C—uldsfetf So k iht mti tf mr Fumtam VARNISHES STAINS PA/NT5 AN&bfLS Reed & Reich ft *"/!f*.* i*i Carries a full Hoe of jM' WAONER, SOUTH OyKOTA mmmmmmmmmmmmttm i 4 ft* f, ff» «v Floete Lumber Co. LUMBER Call before buying elsewhere and beeoovtaoed tbato«r4 fa the obeapeet yard in town. •. ''m .i i. n'i n i HI i iii. i 90 .• .. .. WAGNER, S. D. i: 4 I i' a ,i i .i I1 jt J' a, jt i* 4 i* »f a luuuntmuuumm uuujnmuuu!# irgzsttssmizr' The,F/rstSt«te INEDIVO««TW General Banking Business Transacted mmiuiummiummm^ IS n it n ft n n. s» n it. •».