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The Charles Mix new era. (Wagner, Charles Mix County, S.D.) 1???-1911, February 01, 1907, Image 4

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jjoaimH^igaaat 3lmt i» th«
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Iky JOMKfON RaV
hNMmalUhrf.*.^
ftubsortptioa, »1.50 per Annum.
,™ Ty»»immlii*liWi mill'
jumi to Mm'** «is»a» Wmmm*.N.b.
MiNrfia'Ot«w Ihtt H-fijiMi.«
i, Chicks, and you want them to gnow and
thrive^/Then come in and iet us fix you out with a
Ifcj&Th® poultry machines backed by a guaranty that says
s .#^®mething and means what it says
tbsy are worth something. Don't sink yoar money, time and eggs in the ordinary nnre
Ifebte, disappointing, cheaply built incubator. Such machines am bad enoogh at any time, and
practically worthle«s in cold weather. An inveatigatkm will coat yon nothing and way mean
Dtgdronsky Brothers
Haidwftre and Implement Dealers
Md
am.
mms mWAB* n,
tbat child labor
ft IM y-
eoa*
«m»9nMs **jrip
the worat ol
»oW»d
|^i»oa^«rjproper4|r». bot rob
e,ofbeaitb, robbed of
n^badel *pWtfc A»d
of
loped teaina, in
"Ihgh ppkeni!! hrwrtit, Is H»i*
^HUBpaA. mS d^Eoraied aoula
Hhf ftre« of inextlngaiahable
t^avgo&roiig^
•1 H,'
Want flore Chicks
anil
fals aria making big money. Tbey not only get
With »och an equipment yon ara independent of the
winter and haw broiler* ready for the early market
everything. For.
while tbey do not now muck,
tbey do know that a system. of
Industry and a state of aociety
baa worm than murdered thero,
there is your material for an
archy. We hear a goad many
speeches about tbe danger of
anarchists coming to thia conn
try
from
creating two
hundred thousand grown-up
anarchists of native American
blood in this. country every
year.**
TUB BANKflftft CHILp
Harry Bampaott'a power fni
edy^l di«ma^ whldi made
aaeb a big hit tbe paat tHra aea
a«a win be aeea at the New
Opera ltonse, February S. The
play baa been rewritten, and
more comedy added, white the
atory remain* the aatna. Little
Floaaie Ferry, the bright little
a tar of the company, ia even bet
ter than ever, and while Uttle
PauUuti Perry keep a the bonse
bubbling with ber ooeoedy roU.
I'heae UtUe aittera are only five
and ttix yeare of age. It will be
well to aecnre your aeata at onoe
at the drngatorai,
AN ATTEMPT TO RtiCOVai
Argua Leader: The iaveett*
gating committee has gone Into
bibernatkHi akaoe Ita report oft
Senator Gamble, bot It ia rum
ored that It will get oat immedi
ately after reoeee and leek into
the matter the contingent
land which wa* votqi by paat
iegialatare to Gownora Elrod
and Herried. Gcvwsor Craw
ford ia hie mMaage took tiM
position that he believed thia
coald ha reoovarad by the atale
iacaaa anit waa broaght far
that parpoae, and Aa next am
tbe committee will very prob
ably baktHwdireeiliiB of kek»
i*f Into thia faadL
1-he bill introdnoedin
by Pfefkina of Meade ooonty tta
d«y before adjonramaat, to allow
Od«»iate to take advantage of
Company
Wagner, South Dakota
hi
Europe. Tbe truth
is
tbe Carey Land Grant Act, -will
if enacted, probably extend tbe
irrigated area of the state. Thia
act providea that the general
government ehall donate to auy
atate not to exceed one cbihion
acres of land to be placed under
Irrigation by private oontiraev
under proviaion* and regulations
prescribed by tbe state iegisla
tnrea. no man being allowed
to aecnre to exceed 160
aerea under tlie government
grant, of which be must place at
leaat twenty acres under culti
vation by irrigation. The law
also provides contracta for irri
gation work but the atate 01 na
tional government will In no way
become reaponaible for tbe ex
pense of putting in such irriga
tion pla&ta. The {wttnckir
net do tbe work and look to
tbe parties filing upon the land
for hla pay. Ilia contracts for
pay menu in states where tbe
act haa been put into effect rnn
for a aeries of yeara, and the
ezpeaae rauat be oarried ddring
that time by tbe contractor.
The advaatsge of thia" act over
thegove rment irrigation projects
are claimed to be eeveral yeara
gained ia time through the appli
cation of private methods instead
of tbe alow cumberaoo govern,
meat method of doing business.
AAtf OKOVB PLATS
Having pretty oold weather
theaedaye.
Mr. Baker hat not yet pur
chased egaagh of the right kind
of horses, to ship eaat and thin ks
it ia too oold to get oat and buy
ai present.
Mrs. Tarry ie happy now be
oanae abe can talk to her neigl
bars witiioat going eat of tie
U W.
to take orders fwr oorn shelling
over the
«pl» HOW
baodl of braed sows, of tha red
typeat theO*Qalkraa sala.
The yoang fulka wba attHide
tt« Horary a* tl»e Patrtek adhoot
house last FrWay evening report
a epleudid tla a.
Verge Baker haa a dandy cow
boy outfit now, when be guta ou
hie old mule with fboee big spurs
he can throw wow in all the
boys* eyea.
Miss OoraOvergaard la Sasiat
inarher sister, Mr a. W, H. Nel
son, who it tlie mother of a fine
baby boy.
The Meta boys are offering
their entire bunch of cattle and
hogs for aale. We wonder if
tbey have made money enough
to retire or whether it is because
they are tired of baching it.
Hans Jasperson is buying
horses to ahip to Wisconsin.
Hans you had better give the
old man one, and we will wager
that you will bring the girl when
you return next time.
Jim Brycb is going to move
back on his own farm. He does
not mind that, but he doos 1 ot
like thfe idea of. giving up liia
daily conversation over the
telephone, with his school
ma'am.
Scotty Davis is going to the
literary next Pidiy nij'it bat
be wont tell us who tin giri is
be is going to take.
Last fall Rube McFarland
purchased some cattle to turn
into his corn field and they have
it about cleaned up now and he
will soon be buying corn to feed
them. gr?|§
Christ Johnson and Mets boys
are about tbe only ones iu this
community who have not lost
any of their hogs with swine
plague.
Christ Johnson expects to 'get
his flax threat led this week.
KsMi
What ia the matter with ail the
bachelor* that they are going to
quit farming? But we will bet
that a lot of the married men
would quit farming if they had
to work in the field and then do
their own cooking.
J. Noian took advantage of the
coal trust, and burned straw to
do bis own threshing.
Nearly all the people in this
community want the telephone
but tbey want the priveiege of
talking to Wagner, Delmont,
Lake Andes and Armour, all
four lines for twelve dollars per
year. Give us that kind of a deal
and we will all get ou the line.
Pete Hand y hargone to Ged
4es to visit a few days.
r. Joe Beatty is pretty well
satisfied with the farm he pur
chased a year ago. The raise on
the land will net him a good «uin
and hia share of the crop would
keep a man busy a week hauling
it to his nearest neigh
Girls, when a bachelor comes
to your house, you don't need tn
run into some cold room and
hide, or go off to bed, to keep out
of his way He will not a*k you
to go to some show or literary,
he knows bettor.
Some people were prepared to
to start husking corn again
Monday, but the snow which
fell Monday will prevent husk
ing for none time, but it will
make aleighing fine.
Mr. Wichman drivm a fine
black team now that are high
ftteppers. and now some did
Dutchman will have to watch oat
or he will lose one of bis best
girls before spring.
Everyone ou*bt tn attend the
literary next Friday night and
have a good time at the Patrick
school bonae.
B. N. Ovargaard is fee ding a
load of atsara, and wishes to
purchase some hrga to rua with
them.
Ray McFsrtaad is going to
quit building fence and go sleigh
ridiag. V
Newsy Jim
Drat forget that wa make tha
beat tarma oa farm loans. No
waiting for tha money. Cam
Bsiik. if
IRC
an good, practical
thefintpUca,
H.
W owwdif
•jpiari.
k'uba*-smmmiaa
a|tihr ol
Sua Mke.it ^7
to opera**, aad
H.
cT
eoenu are
Nothing Ever Made
In Mil* ityls «f Stow sqssl* tb«
Riverside Base Burner
The§« jxilnts make it mpcrior aad inawt
most heat far taut ftitl.
All nickel putt MsUy rtaovad u tk«y
factca Meanly wtthoat bolts. Every
•ton double heater. It ita fn«l saver.
Call and see it at oar store
The lumber we handle all carefully inspected, ani only ihe
lest'material goes into our yank no poor stuff k tawed Mo
lumber for u*. It will pay you, tf you are figuring on putting v
up a building of any $ind, to come and imped our lumber,
and let ui figure on your bill. We will not only gtve you bet
ter material, but alao better prices. WE SELL LUMBER
E A U N O E A U E
Fullerton Lumber Company
VERTICAL.
el Aa
H. caraet i* the low
ofwL Th«
Cal
as I.H.C
M. H. PEASE
..Red Front Market..
The hast
aai 5MOK£D MEATS. Mess
si ths MMteMtos toths
WAGNER SOUTH DAKOTA
ma*.
aad hcin
one of oar attractive booklets oa
"Base Burner Goodness"
In stock and for
sale by
HEMEYER!
WAGNER, SOUTH DAKOTA
From the Leg
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Finished
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