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HW TIMS 'W'At tHteSiiT eseep* 1 Off Eictagc Sq An* The "Gate City" ball team to Avon Tuesday to phj a with our boom team ah! well, our borne team got "ginned," but they «U1 live*. 4- Hts Ffclber Burke went to Wagner ^fHday. SI Ate !JaM«o, residing WuMe, ha* black walnut trees th»t iur« bearing tftfayear. Wr. and lira. Tbonaa Braaall, of Lake Aodea, passed through i»*i» Mond^r on toetr way to Stanley county lor an oatiBft, They expect to be cone about Wodaya. Ml Vvtmm Hmmt Oar read«rs should keep (Mr w**Ut*r eye open for fakir* and They am nameroa* ecbetae to cateb people. The latest swindle, 'VMHHNI by a alitrptf A li^s l» OM Of til# cities recently, is ate apt il fakirs to catch m.t only tl*e ignorant but ail wtfc» mm constantly on gmri, *H»b» a winder f»i|ww«rjr atom and ejected tlra watch left* check for §0# driwtiunku of town tdh in*traetiofHi that tbt ad that he l« after awl bis dtp A week later. -J0m Nt«rik« be eBn*.e giirMi j|l| et®* "wll 99. b* eaftd "lt'»ilwM(wd ilia* tt» fcau»k l*a* done Usst thing on met Hit tbe aoonry for y««r and be connted oat ISi i «r«r»e«Ty and started dNwr. "Oh, fa#** he •yoa'd bet am-jf #ftaifeA rilnMifc1 J||wMP WWI WpBMr wiHtngiy handed over to OK ,% Tiw fitrwigi la I J*«*K tbe back wan tW br'« ntdwiMMii Wi«b ibis Ite«MU» went into a bank, gut it ggudwd sad was twwf tMird of u ttl ffc A J4WPMH, I WW®. Ji wwr| c§» wJ}*0 ttatti tliat Alfred 8 BUI*, a Hkety to aaecccd to ttovw'ti poai tiutt. Be wa» upwi a* an Iwwewfc flHM and a# a Mm (I witfitf b«bl«HC over with relifi $.:• tfw ted a bask tliere (be "l^eor Man'a Baak," flkii MU| iia—i* liOOata Ua»«. On t»ie books be ma an aootwnt wltk tbe ^Mnc God credit aritfc 10 per eeot el Ida proiita on every tbinf. i^ren to ItMi brHiireM n*fiwd to sbow op pronpily at tbe to Um it oC Tlia brothers ran (smn« hi thsir might flHlw) w answer to the expiw tiiey learned tbe ttf: it tiwy tvtvt pun aad weot Ut bed ta of remaining for theme The shook broke SOOM of i 'W lis i M'fcl Luf C^99i wfCHI* mmTi recdaoid ttMMB. FlnOly bm AeiQowie force* and «r it hank, a naeiber of with hjm ktor to HOTEL Bntltiinf k«r Hates Consistent «nk First Pass Service 9BS9SS9B3I mm ^•5? v-,,' *tw wum «l SL Dahlsnbers Bros. PmeMMOfita WEST^''- SIDE --LIVERY First Class Rigs Fa rubbed at all times at very Reasonable Prices We respectfully solicit a share of yoor prtronajro. WAGNER. S. Dakota Wagners FEED fllLL feeil for a very reasonable charge ftoed aiwaya kept on band, which I will Mi for cash or exchange or grain. No waiting for feed to be groond. I am handling CORN MEAL Which Igrtnd in my own mill. Bay aad be satisfied. Wholesale agent for Armour Floor, the best on the market. HH. PEASE ArtKiuM Tubular wi,r Vmm pnpni pn hn (ttiUlQAlltt JW Ml wtik nHMUH pnsll. IM n tlf Vtfl. Several Years' Experience k Cdf.es Of tfes od- tA WagmtS, D. Bitfits & IMsm irrruc or ivmYTHiNO. WQfiM lm4, Catlnttes Is Jspm, AMI 8t» to TufclSi* la Kaea* 4ag ML- ant is Is ml rt poata alias s failwar aW amuiaad tMrtjr to (to sMk lawirtnaa sstf-eeOsa »MS|I«BI sn to to east aa SsTsriss fatmrsra* Half sf tfcost wIm stnai tbtwl wr» thss wslsitr to Boatati stw Orttolks. nsn ai» XUOB tops sstf lA» gtrta la lbs MMMII atoied to SCIMMIS of dmat Brtt- bss WIS siMas sf fatbesda itik •in SW WKWBt Ml feat ess cWM, Vmtim WW IMS ilwiniatoato to to Ksnpa topi 8MMMP toas «f cos! atacs IM, to totesdr ta saw war 4weM fenak ©at. ajMusvi to Br. S. ItoMna. «to 4 tito toad VtoaMaas «r WtorewSa. awtototaa Laartor. IWltr at ti ffif JlS^JhiwiSil^Si m\ iltiMfWlM A mammoth- street pa^de will IMS the first thing in order in the morning after the arrival of the train from tbe west. There will be five thousand peo ple here to see the mnn.v improve ment* made by the Gate City dar ing the past year. RE5ULT OF AjQUARREL Fight Over Location of Charlas Mix County Scat AfgU»-!B»l«T Pierre, Aug. 14-~(8pecial to tin Argus Leader) -Tlit su preme court, in an opinion by Hanejr lias handed down a deci sioit in the case of tbe State of Soatli Dakota ex rel T. & Anv drews. «0. U Boydeu et at., which is tbe last of Charles Mix oonnty seat tight. Tbe instita^ tiou is tbe result of the quarrel between Platte and Geddes as to which should get the county seat from Wheeler, resulting in neither of them securing the honor, and tne seat of govern* ment of tbe county remaining at a iitUe hamlet no the Mis souri river, off a line of raiiroad for at least four years more. Platte started the ball by going before the couuty board with a petition with the legal number of signers, but before the board could set, Geddes' represents tivee secured the withdrawal of enough names from tbe Platte petition to reduce it below a ma jority of the voters, and pre seated a petition of their own with such a majority. The mat tor went into the courts, result in a vote being token on Geddes, which Was secured. Tbe iup-euie court affirms the lower court in holding that Ged des was property placed ou tbe ballot, and with Una situation, under constitutional provision, the matter must lie over four years before it can again be sub mitted, which wHitake ia to the general election in IK*, and in the meantime the railroad towns are without the county seat, and the little nifer town holds it In 'mm MM to oMaptofte wal aefebratiua «f I*hor A H, •JwtfJ cheir**«£*&d H. IX Jaa»» Motion wade aad nrrM that w again ^nt« tkh in manner. CoaiMtmws Arrotxrcn. K, S. Strohbehn and A. comniitte^ far the eolicitinir of fends. W. P. Jo^ph was in struoted to invite Senator Gamble to be present and deliver the oration. On motion, the offer of tbe Platte band was accepted. Motion was made and carried that we try tpuet the Boyden martial band of Academy. W. G. Mc Donald, John Absher and Wm. Pease were appointed a commit tee on amusements and free street attractions. J. .V. Janda and A. Swart is were appointed as the committee on base ball arrange mente. W. P^ Joseph, Gustavus S'iedermeir and George Johnson are to be the committee on pro gram, singing and music. The committee on street parade is com of Mrs. A. V. Stroh, Byer iovaart and T. A. Hinzman. F. button, Emil Misterek and John Absher are to look after the dec oration of the streets. NOTES."'' Fast work now—a short three weeks to get ready—everybody play ball. Something doing all the time— not an idle moment-—keep moving and see it all. Senator Gamble will address the people at 11 o'clock a. in. Do not miss Uiis. Remember all eyes are now cast la always ready to grind your oar way it's up to us we'll do lt, come and see! The streets will be lighted at night by the only electric light plant in Charles Mix county. The popular Platte band of 2Q pieces will make music all day, ably assisted by Boyden's martial band. Invite your friends from the east to be present and see what a godd liye town like ours can do when it tries. Remember the championship base ball game of the state will be settled here on the third day of September. 4 Eitti Trtnfvt tSP* Joseph Spya%bdiMt)in to J%A Wagae? A .loaeph V Janda,. w? o! awl nw of aw see 34 & e2 of ne A neof sea sw of ne se sec 83»4«S«S8S&. Lake Andes Tow.naite Co to W Ii Gunsul, lotS blk 19, #100. Lake Andea Tnwnsite Co to Mary Gunsul, lot 4 blk 19, •100. Mil Ld Co to E Baijey, lot 6 blk 11 iu Mil Ld Co's 2nc*add to Wagner. 967.50 Mil Ld Co to E Baihr, lot 7 blk 11 in Mil Ld Co's 2nd add to Wagner, $67.50 Louis Jandron & wf to John Campbell, lot 7 sec 33 94 62. llDlf John Butcher & wf to Campbell it Trumbo, sw nw 35 96-04, $880. I'avid Jumpingthunder et al to Campbell, u2 se 1 95-62, $1662.84. Thos Risingcloud 4 wf to W Steckman, s2 sw 11-94 62, $800. Estes & wf to N Simp son, se nw, 32 98 66, $1324.38. Chesley $ wf to Rlahn, ne 30 97 63, $4000. Margaret Smith & hus to John Jiricek, se nw 15-96 65, $2000.- Thos Risingcloud ft wf to W Steckman s2 sw 11 94 62, $5. A Brinkerhoiff 4 Wf to E K Gjolme, se sw A 98 69, $1000. Abram Brinkerhoff & wf to K Gjolme, Its 2, 3, & sw ne 7 98 69. $1000. Adams & Fioet Co to Esther U Head, lot 4, sec 8, A Its 1, 2, 17 98-66, $2000. Adams A Floete Co to Esther Bead ne 11 97-57, $3200. U Myers A Estooeof Kin*'* Hjrupt'tMia ttbli-U after "•eh ne»l and you will not tnffer with In dlRttaUoa. gold by tbe Wtfatt Drill Co. a PULPIT BLUNDERS. Va«rawlM« Kamr tor Wkltk frmkrn Hare |wp»aillt. The dlrlne wbo in drawing the at tention of bla congregation to a afieclal ponimnnlou wrrlra on the following 8undajr informed them that "the Lord la with tis In tbe trenoon and the hinhop In the eren'og" la chronicled with praying for the children of hla pariah In them worda: "And now, O Lord, hleaa the lamba of this fold, and siake them meet for the kingdom of bearen." While a Scotch minister In •ormtljr, perhapa, hit the mark by tell Init bla pcopl«: "Well, frieada, the kirk la urgently In need of siller and as Wf hare failed to get monejr honettly w«* will hare to tea what a baaaar cap do for on." There Is a certain amount of excuse to be Biade for the y*ung carate who. pp'narktng that aorne people came to eburcb for no better reason than to show off their best clothes, finished up as bt glanced oter bis *ttdlence "1 ani thankful to see, dear friends! tlmt n ne of yon have oome here for that V* son." n Irish clergyman la credited with taring concluded a powerful oration In this faabktn: "My brethren, let not this world rob yon of a peace which It can neither give nor take away." Which la coupled with the remark of a fellow country colleague wbo. In raa arnlng with a woman wbo had lost bar frith In Christianity, told her: "Well. foo will g» to hell, yon know and 1 aba 11 be tery sorry, Indeed, to see you Bat what ran be aald of tbe negro student who. cooductlng tbe prayers at one of the great mlsakmary collegea. aald: "Give us all para hearta. glre us all dean hearta, give «s all sweet bearta," to which the mtli* congrega tion made raaponaea. "Amen." Tbe glrlng out of chnrrb noticsa haa •ftea proved a pitfall for tbe unwary. Hiring Lent" aald a rector lately, "a reral preachers will' preach mtrmm, in a 8 3 9 sw se 6, lot 1, O wf to Wil son, Its 3, 4, e2 sw 30 100 68, #42i/0. Bark I to Dora Amundson, lot 1 blk 16, lot 4 blk 18, e 85 ft It 11, bile 2, piece of land 25 ft square iu It 12, blk 2, Wagner, $1U00. 11 Barkl to Dora Amundson se 33 90 62, $1000. t= sz cr am Wednesday evenings bat I need not give their aamea, aa they will be all hanging up la thq porch." Meeaaaaer .ftspaeaHoas. "fjiura," aald Mr. rcrgnaoa. "what Had of a looking girl la this Miss Wll wbo la coming to visit yon ant weefcr* "Sbe's^ tbe handsnmsat girl of my aaawared Mrs. ftorge- "Well,, that neuis ttat fva gat take that cracked mirror off the reau la the apart la Its The day bafoea a girl i Ma that aha doesn't car* If ik* aevar area any of her family gad the iay aftac the wedttag iavitsc tkwa all $ mil ii I ,'frk^r fi Remind That This is the Time to Lay Supply of New Clothing The Warm Days are Nearly Here and you will need lighter garments. We have prepared to meet your wants in this line Here is the place to get your Negligee and Dress Shirts, also Collars and Neckties. We have them in a very large and fine assortment. All styles. |g Jackets, Overalls and Work 01 Shirts in all kinds and We have stocked up on all kinds of Summer Goods for Men and Boys, and we can furnish you with anything you may want in the goods enumerated above, or Hats, Caps, Spring and Summer Underwear, etc. We also have a large line of samples, from which you can select a full suit pr a pair of pants and have them made to your measure.. We respectfully invite j'ou to call on us Grimes & Absher Clothing Co. 1 ?i«s*saaw3W!«:» p-*5JKjBi«i»w*5iwf Immmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmnmu Always Stands for QUALITY the best QUANTITY the most When you buy from the QUEAL LUMBER CO. 1L J. BRCwN, Mgr. Wagner, S, D. Timmmmmmiii g- 3 Greatly reduced rates will be made to St Paul and Minneapolis and return, account Annual En campment, Grand Army of the Republic at Minneapolis, August 13 to 16, via die CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY Ask the nearest ticket agent of this eumpany for additional informal tion regarding rates, routes, tratri service, or write today to F. A. FULLER General Passenger Agent Chicago Fine Commercial Printing Charles Mix New Era |l,'' 1 s & sizes S S s •0 3 3 3 imuuuumiutuuuuiuuuu^ $6.90 to St. Paul & Minneapolis and Return Vt 4 /Tn