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MINER County South Dakota Genealogy

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The Canova Herald

October 14, 1904

Page 4, Col. 2

Local Matters.

F. N. Dexter has a party of Canovans out at Pierre.

Fresh groceries and canned goods. Foulkes & Johnson.

You can't do better than buy Cohoe salmon - at the Star Restaurant.

The Commissioners' proceedings for the last meeting are at hand but we will have to carry them over to next week.

Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Adams arrived home, Tuesday. They report a very pleasant visit at the Indian Mission and also at Ft. Pierre as well as at the Capital City.

Westward the orb of glory takes its way. Wisconsin is the state, you hear everybody say, It makes itself famous by one great stride: Rocky monntain tea has made its name world wide.

J. F. Duffy, John Gosmire R. Burke, Peter Oswald and A. V. Peschong were delegates from this precinct to the democratic county convention Tuesday.

Dr. B. C. Broderick, the Salem Dentist, will make a three days stay in Canova in order to finish up his work, next Oct. 18, 19, 20. If you want dental work done reserve time early as he will be very busy.

A new R. F. D. route has been granted Canova to begin Nov. 1. Postmaster Nohlgren surveyed the route and made application for it sometime ago. From the village limits it goes east to the S. E. corner of sec. 24, S. to S. E. 12, E to S. E. 8, N to S. E. 5, E to S. E. 5, Lake County, N to S. E. 29, W to S. E. 29 Miner county, N to N. E. 20, W to village limits, in all 26 miles.

The Chicago and North-western R'y. has issued a new publication entitled "California" It contains a beautiful colored map of the state, a list of hotels at California tourist resortss, with their capacity and rates, and a most interesting series of pictures showing California's resources and attractions. The prospective visitor and settler should be in possession of a copy of this profusely illustrated folder. Sent to any address on receipt of four cents in stamps. One-way tickets on sale daily Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, only $33.00 Chicago to the coast.

The Canova Herald

October 14, 1904

Page 5, Col. 1


Tom Wilson he sells paint.

Peter Weslin was down from Vilas, Monday.

Window screens made to order. Foulkes & Johnson.

Dr. Broderick, the dentist, will be in Canova 3 days Oct. 18, 19, and 20.

A handsome baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Theis, Tuesday night.

Mrs. Robt. Williams is enjoying a visit from her father who is here from wisconsin.

Mr. and Miss Osgood arrived home from St. Louis, Tuesday, and report the Fair great.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Salmon left Tuesday for a visit at the World’s Fair and with relatives in Missouri.

Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Jamison of Beresford were here over Monday night when the Jamison family enjoyed the reunion.

We can furnish any kind of stove repairs you want – for heaters or cook stoves. Bring in the name and number of the stove. W. A. Duxbury.

F. G. Butler and S. E. Lawver are getting the automobile fever in a malignant form and most anything may be expected of them in the next week.

Rev. H. G. Koenigh, Ferdinan Grease, Herman Martin and Louis Froehlich returned. Monday, from an over Sunday missionfest at Faulkton.

John Carlson, W. E. Thayer, Chas. Hillman and Fred Forsberg were elected delegates to the republican county convention from Vermillion precinct last week.

Chas. Griffin and family left Monday for their new home at West Keokuk, Iowa. They have been an excellent family in the community. All of Canova regrets their departure.

Henry and George Ramsdell and their wives arrived home from Armour, Wednesday. They report the W. H. Ramsdell family well and hearty. They brought back 14 ears of corn from Will’s field which weighed 15 pounds.

The Canova Herald

October 14, 1904

Page 5, Col. 2

Portable Corn Cribs at J. H. Queal & Co.

col. Dick woods was up from Sioux Falls yesterday.

Rev. F. W. Thomas arrived home Monday from attending the synod at Huron.

We take butter and eggs in exchange for everything in our line. Foulkes & Johnson.

We handle the Reed anti-rust Tinware also their nickled opper and flint ware. Foulkes & Johnson.

H. H. Schulte: Pete Kreuscher, Mat Eifh, Paul Bach, Will Bernardy and John Wrenn were out at Pierre over Tuesday.

You will find the largest assortment of window shades, curtain poles, sash rods, curtain and picture hangings at Wilson’s Drug Store.

Nellie Fuller, Denver – “My face was full of pimples and black heads. Hollister’s Rocky Mountain tea has driven them away People hardly know me. I’m looking fine” 35 cents. Tea or tablets.

Will Witt returned from Wisconsin Monday. Wm. Brandenberg bought a quarter section adjoining W. R. Campbell.s and will remain there. He will farm Mr. Witt’s quarter also.

Rev. G. E. Green preached two excellent sermons at the congregational church, Sunday, and at Dover in the afternoon. He departed, Monday, to attend the national meeting of congregational churches at Des Moines.

S. P. Brown is the latest Canovan to secure an automobile. He bought it home, Wednesday. The machine needs some repairs but Mr. Brown will soon have it fixed and running about town.

Julius witt and Miss Emielie Brandenburg were married last Sunday in San Francisco where they have both been living. Julius will be remembered by most of our people. His bride went to California from Canova last spring.