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^'1 9f hSP From Our County Cor respondents and Exchanges. jtih §ki 1 5 1 Middleton Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stoddard spent Sunday at th'g ilames ltundell home in Spring Vallet- Mrs. Grange* and children of Hurley Will visit with kiddle ton friends a few days this week. The appearance of the Stoddard School house has been greatly improv ed by a new stoop. DeVeritis' machine is thresheng for I reter Nielsen this week and ErlCkson's for H. P. Flanagan. Louella Krumweide of J-lurley ac companied Mr. and Mrs. W. H.Stod dafd to Middleton Sunday. i)r. Vaughan of Hurley attended preaching service at the Middlfeton school house Sunday afternoon Miss Jennie, Stoddard returned tdlb^ home at Parker last wfcek after A Visit with relatives and frieiids here. Rev. Granger preached his farewell sermon at Middleton Stinday afternoon. We are sorry he is not going to be with us another yeat. Amos Jontte Was obliged to change his mail route some months ago on ac cdunt of bad roads. Koad boss George Veator had a number iOf the farmers workirtg out. their road tax last week and the toads have been so much im proved that the mail carrier is noto traveling his old'xqtite. v- SPRING VALtlity. Ktknd r*at for Pierre. We had quite a shower Satutday hJght 'IV Agnes flfeege^ is !11 troiH an attack *£&•A ''Iff V"* a.*K vT 'i y/. '%i- ^rfl r5 H- & 6 •-r-rj^WK': MtDDLEtONMITES. October II, 1&04. Peter Luden was viewing t^ie siflrhts at Pierre last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. Polly intended church in Hurley Sunday er&irig. Miss Jennie Begem»n of EreSier spent last week at L. E. Stoddatd's. Messrs. Arthur liraddbrty and Jacob (ireenbeck were Sioux Falls visitors, Saturday. Mrs. Glenn Sargent and son of Hur ley Sundayed at the Sargent home in The Great 60 Day's Sal© begins K=w* aT'I 5 i" i' -w 'k r-i"'' 1 *. «3i *wr:^r"r'- A 7 Si'.i1 ti of grippe. Dean Andrews was visiting in the Valley iast week. C. E. Andrews and family expect to start soon for the Exposition. Mrs. S.'D. Whife and son Keith, of Hurley, are visiting at YVm. Sherard's. Josephine Andrews was visiting at her home in Hurley, Saturday and Sun* day. *&'•< Chas. Sherard was visiting in Hurley the last of last week, returning hbme Sunday evening. Geo. Stewart, Margaret and Jessie Woodward went to Pierre last Friday returning Monday. Mrs. Festus Cue and son Lee leit Saturday for a short visit with rela tives at Centerville. Jl r, Several from Spring Valley attended the dance at John L&kings last Thurs day night. All report a good time. A switch board has been put in at Fred Fleeger's connecting the rural telephone line Ko. 7 with the other lines. We are sorry that Rev. Granger is not intending to return to. his charge again is he was well liked by all, re gardless of creed. Miss Celia Knutsen is home for a few weeks' visit' with relatives. She is now a trained nttrse, havitig finished her course iu training at a hospital in Sioux Falls. Misses Belle and Eliza Sherard did not return last Saturday As was ex pected but returned Wednesday. They were accompanied by the liter's neice and nephew bf Webster, who will visit at the Sherard home the remainder of the week. The youhgest daughter 'ot John Buckstead was run over by a lumber wagon. Saturday tiight, one of the hind wheels passing over hef back. No bones were broken and at present she does not seeln to be injured ait 411 save for a few bruises. PARKER. i?rom Press-LeaQfer. w' Mrs. A. H. liarrls still retnains very ill. C. Ii. Goff has been elected leader of th.s Parker band. ^he firem^H are arranghig for a grand festival to be given Hblloween evening ixi the Daaforth^Johnson blittding^jViv^ Sllft ggxoaagaiafcgcj&tgqgxj^^ anything in the store, -S= & «»ipS8m«.^ .iA'« v„i VOLUME XXIL. JLDKLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1904. NUMBER 26. One Day's Sales to our Customers. Mitchell Tuesday and are occupying theDevereaux property north of town. F. B. Elce and family are now occu pying the Wood residence, their house hold goods having arrived from Mit chell yesterday. v* J. W. Chase returned Saturday"from his eastern trip. Mr. Chase's health was improved by the journey and he reports a tine time among the friends of his boyhood days. The Steninger Telephone System has been incorporated, capital 850,000, and will hereafter be known asthe"Stenin ger Telephone Company," with head quarters at Parker, branch exchanges at Hurley, Marion and Monroe, acid a new exchange to be built at Dolton at once, llural lines between and radiat lllg from the above named points, in t&tchanging rural connections with the Dayis exchange and th^ Hurley 'ftilephone Company, and within a few days with the Canistota and iiumbolt exchanges. The Steninger Telephone Co., now has over 300 city subscribers, upwards ot 85 miles of rural lines and 78 rural subscribers. "1v 4 a. From the Now Era. Former County Supeiintendent A. J. Smith has moved to Mitchell. f~* Charles Corkill had his left arm broken by a kick from one of his horses on Friday evenibg last. The finishing touches are being put on the Danforth-Johnson block, and the tonches are very handsome. end. !N~dvember 8, 1904. Joseph-Wsltner and wife, Mrs. "P. Preheim, A. A. Gfaber and John Al bright jr., were in town on the 3rd from Kos^field and Childstown, on their way to St. Louis to see the world's fair. Miss Mary Elene, the Insane patient cohfined in insane ward of the county jail for two Weeks past, has been taken to the insanB hsylum at Yankton. She arrived frorii Norway a few weeks ago and was takfen violently Insane soon after her arrlVal. She had neither rel atives nor friends here, and her case is one challenging the greatest sym pathy. William S tfifc Isftttiura fadiil^ arrivlkl front Mock, a well knd'wh resident of tillendalet N. D. denies the claim that Abner 9. Coville ot (Newmarket, N. IJ. is the heftd of the lar^.^t "Koose- v.eifcjfamlly" in the county Coville hasleventeeri jions who win vote for ^toeoevelt, WAa^ l^tpiek's twenty «pnq and three feotil-in-lilW will Vote in a 1/ Tfcade with, us, Ybu may get a bill of goods free if ^our purchase was made on the free day, which will be named at the end of the 60 days.* You will then be Entitled to that amount of goods over again, of pThe frfegTaay Will be arrived at by taking the total sales/of the 60 days and dividing that amdunt by the number of days, 60, and the day's sales ne&rfest to this amount will be givten tree to okr customers who have purchased goods for cash to the amourit of $2 or more.^iBe sure to keep your sslle ticket. We give you the duplicate sai^ ticket, the original is kept on file at the store.. ..TKva 60 day's sale ends^Noyei^ber 8, Remember you have onechancein_60 of getting a bill of goods free, Remember we Make Close Cash Prices on Everything. Hurley, S. D. body for the president, as they did in 1900 for William McKinley. 'Mock had three other sons, who are dead. liev, N. *Peter Nelson, of Keene, Texas, was.a' guest of OleShager and other old friends here, last Friday. He will visit old' neighbors in Swan Lake vicinity a couple of weeks before re turning south. He is president of the Southwestern' Union S. D. Advent con ference. He is looking quite well, ex cept traces of malarial fever and he has developed to be a very able preach er since his pioneer days 25 and 30 years ago in the sdhthern part of Turner county. Mrs. Earl Edsoii and two children, of Minneapolis, are vfsiting at the G. A. Uutterfield hoine. Mrs. Edson is ^Mrs. Butterfield's sister. ''4 John Hagana "returned from the Sioux Falls hospital Tuesday. He still carries his arm in a sling and says that his elbow is stiff and that another oper ation is required. '..v ••. fcsj« a (V 1 ^3' evi r-. I- V-4 CENTERVILLE From the Chronicle A daughter" was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alan BogUe Jr., on last Friday September 30th. Mr. and Mrs. Cue, of Parker, spent ldfet week in thii city visiting with their daughters. Mrs. Wm. Miirray and Mfs. Fred Degnerl.u Mrs. it. G. Godlfig, who had been visiting with relatif fcs in the country, left last Friday for a few da$i visit in ankton, with her daughter before leaving for her borne in Alaska. From the Journal, •, Miss Dollie Waterman left Tuesday fot Napoleon,' N. D., where she h^s a hdinestead clalhi. She has engaged to teach school this winter bear herclaltn at a salary of 9l0 p'ei* mpnth. Miss Juliet Peek is teaching this year neai Jher home at Bollivar, Mo.,-, and Miss-.Fairy Portet is attending a train ing lithipol at St. LouijVi They #ere teachttrg in the schools here last year. ^ejrt Lawrence came '^Monday ^tom th? horUi. He rtport* Ms mother ^rhb has been very tick lit Ditidth as now Sept lO, and. will recovering. Mr. Lawrence is With her and Frank is running the elevator for him at Fessenden, N. £. Misb Lena Osblee was taken to the asyluni at Yankton Tuesday. She is a young woman who arrived here about four Weeks ago from Norway. S^e and a companion, Miss Anna Satter went out to Ole Skotvold's, but in a few days she became insane, and was taken to Parker, where she was lfcept until she could be sent to Yaokton. VIBORG. Fro **fr DAVIS. From theGlobe. T. M. McNamata and Albert Butter field are both vfery low at the present writing. •ota the Enterprise. Lewis Jensen's little girl is very low with scarlet- fever. Bev. Tycbsen is buildihg an addition to bis duelling house in the north part of the city. The Great Northern section gang are busy at work putting",!n a sidewalk across this right of way oh the west si&le 6f Main street. The sbhools have beek closed indefi nitely oh. account of the scarlet fever although with the exception of one case the 'disease has beeh in a very mild form.' N. E\'Nelson and wife, once old resi dents ot Swan Lake, but now living in Texas^are here, yisitlng relatives and frien^d! Mrs. NcJ«ien being a sister of Mr. i^cisen Kier. -'ft V-*3 MARION From the Record. D. M. Way and daughter Maude, re turned home last Wednesday, after spending sevbfal months visiting in the east. The railroad ehgine set fire to L. W. Roberts grove last Friday and burned 2M acres of. trees. Just how many of them- will die is not khowh yet. Chas. 1?. Clark left for Los Angeles, California last Monday, where he iti tendsto locate. Chas. has lived here since re was a little child and will be missed by his friends. Mrs. Ben H. Dirks died last Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Goertz in Dolton, of con» sumption. Mrs. Dirks lacked a few days of being 26 years old, having been born in Turner county near Marion. Henrietta Dahlm an is not improving as fast ab was hoped for and is con fined to her bed nearly all the time. "While delivering the mail on route 2 ffotoe tittie 9g]tf'Ataie oC'the hprses got, kicking and the 'climbed out of fe'e &aF# buggy over the seat and -thinks she, sprained herself causing the .trouble. CHANCELLOR From the News. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hofmeister weiit' to Bowden, North Dakota on Tuesday and are looking after interests of Mr. Hofmfister's real estate there. E. C. Iiofmeister is acting as assist ant cashier in tho State Bank and after he gets familiar with the work he will take charge of the bank alone and Art Jacobs will go back to Lennox. Fnito tram Damoeratle Kewipitpar. The New York Tlmea, one ot the Democratic newspapers which baa bean denouncing President Roosevelt's Philippine poltey, recently printed an editorial leader on the settlement of the Friars' land- Question. The article concludes: "It is creditable both to tho Intelligence and the humanity of the government." -If the Times was less partisan it could truthfully say that every act -of the Roosevelt adminis tration in dealing -with the Philippine question was csedltable to the United Miates. Jk. BMmiiWMif. "Make Boocevelttsm the issue," de» ataeded the New York World, and IXemocraiSi big sad-ltttle, began bark-' Inj? and snarling at the heels of t!ie| prtwident, but the more they barbed' the more friends they made .-for Roose velt. Now, Judge Parker, baring se«u Che e.ffect of fibe 111-edvtsed Issue, Imm astod his nuniafKS to drop Roosevelt Ism, but bis adotonitlon cotnee too late. Reptib (leans will «ee that the issue Is not kMtt sight of. ••YOUR fend will MONEY IS GOOD" NO I'm RHEUMATISM and BLOOD\CURE yon are not satisfied with 4 refascled to yoa If after us ing half a bottle of THE FAMOUS rosnttt. This is our guarantee which goes Kith c^rybottle. •. #»r ttale m4 Ouuuttiil Mly fe# "v'' H. 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