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Learn more. They never get found out Some people never contract a mone tary debt. Others know them too well. No man ever knows it all. Many men never stray fnom the straight and narrow path.
Their wives see to that. Keeping young has been reduced to a science, but it is making a lot of massage artists rich. Two wrongs never make a right but some people go on the theory that a dozen will turn the trick. This country shelters many great men, but most of them are too modest to make themselves known. Many people are willing to give i world of free advice when they arc too tight to lend a fellow a nickel. And now we learn of the younp woman who washed dishes for 31 con aecutive hours.
She is still single. Murder by hazing is murder 1 merely another name.
There is a pun ishment to fit the crime, but it never fits. It postpones the grueling work of sum mer. Most men have an eye to feminine beauty, especially after they have been twenty or thirty years.
Some people are entirely too scrup ulous in their dealings. They believe in getting money and earning as much of it as they can.
Massage with Mellette ending Mellette TbVJU. John Prokop was out to rent his land to Elmer Aeschbbaeher and shak ing hands with old friends. Misses Bessie and Agnes and Messrs. They are breaking horses for Mr. Edwin and Carl Gustafson were shopping in Carter, Monday. They hoped to take in the postponed track meet. He is looking up Indian land listed in the May sale. Gillette has been moving ma chinery from the Briscoe place. He tok the tractor through to his place, Sunday. His errand was seed jmtatoes. Lilian Gustafson entertained the -chool girls and Bessie Berry Tuesday evening, serving a splendid supper, and the evening was passed ylaying james, etc.
Jans lost a fine 3-year-old colt n a mudhole this week. Hannes Thomsen was in Wood on business, Saturday. Martin Jackson returned from his trip to Nebraska, Wednesday. Iver Week is breaking sod for Win. Bauman on the Mrs.
Ben Larvie place. We had a fine rain Friday night. Things look better and pastures are getting on fine. Long and Mrs. Cispkis were up to Murdo the first of the week. Mr Cispkis was having a little experience with his Ford. They were over helping and got lost in the evening going home. Mons Week was home over Sunday a week ago, and stopped over night. We have somoone about that needs a les son as to the difference between mine and yours.
Born, Monday, to Mr. John Sherwood, a son. Joe Bachman put down a well for Lee Auderson last week. Andrew Eastman is running the tiactor for Will Kemnitz. Havereroft called on P. Mc- Donald at the Satree school, Monday. Glen Sherwood is plowing at the Haisch ranch with his Titan tractor. Arthur and Arlene Sherwood vis ited the Satree school last week, and of course now look forward to the time when they can he regular at tendants. Wilson was also a caller there. Frank Hickman had a little ex citement in trying to cross White river a few days ago.
His horse be gan to lunge in the quicksand and so Mr. Hickman got off, thinking he would walk and lead the horse, but hack on the horse. Better bo careful about this river. Willis H. Bice and Children. Wctzler, who is charged with taking part in a stabbing affair which occurred near Valentine, Nebr. Wetzler is well known here, having made this territory of late selling silk hosierv. It is alleged that he engaged n a fight with a man by the name of Miller, using a knife and then making his getaway. Miller is said to have been severely wounded. Officers here were notifies! Sunday to watch for Wetzler.
He was located and arrested at Dallas yesterday and held here last night.
Ben lias not been able to do YOr o. The waking hours of the day are fixed. There's only time for a little thinking. Here are Peace. Contentment, Love. Grati tude.
Success, Achievement. Happi ness, Independence. Prosperity all waiting to he taken In. World Brothers circus, under the manage ment of Fred Buchanan, twelve years ago traveled by wagon. Today it is the second hugest show in the world and has built itself up principally with the aid of western and southern territory.
A few years ago the writer was informed that the boy who at tended vaudeville in the big cities al ways started in the gallery and seven years from the time he started to at tend vaudeville, he is occupying a seat bi the orchestra with his girl. Thus 'n seven years a boy matures in the how business. The boys who twelve years ago were carrying water to the elephants on the World Brothers cir euSj are today at the head of a family and are introducing their boys and girls to the circus.
Bring the boy and girl and show them the elephant you first carried water for. At Winner, Tuesday, May The court bouse now is at Oacornn, but ill tbe election last November a trifle more than a majority of county voters selected Kennebec for the coun ty seat.
A of votes were con tested but the board of canvassers is sued certificates declaring that Ken nebec was tbe legal choice by a major ity of five undisputed votes. Author ities of Oacoma carried an appeal to the supreme court. McCool of St. Johns church at Witten, was a Wood visitoi yesterday and made this office a pleasant call. Hamilton closed the Witten schools last Friday and he is now liv ing on his farm in Cody township and tilling the fertile soil of Mellette county. Kell of White River passed through Wood yesterday, en route home from Norfolk.
He was driving a brand new four-door Nash coupe, and t Massage with Mellette ending Mellette without question one of the finest r ars owned in Mellette county, and Mr. Kell certainly can be proud of his new possession.Massage with Mellette ending Mellette
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