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'h"~ aa less' otis use ited FOB urt, 100+. S. ting, Ilium s. Jr) nesb id to fccher peti tion aset, .1901. ijr or the luntjr koto, the hu ii and and not A. tfnei). su per vised, ihsrs, bitea irator lugh- Aa7 all ou. 'ion*. City Call- ite uf iiwoial I ularly ruary, 1 Contj sauUtl idlat* 9eor«- «n. ltjr «f tslialt i(12th it and lotlot. "/-«fc 'ufrb«ir lay, of V|r fcary. »yW8Tw y-^v &' 1 A/Mv* Burette C, Thayer, 1'ir-TLRI?, S. J}. Grand Pacific Hotel W. D. Ol.DFIF.T.1), IMS or',' Hifaerezt to the. Depot.. For a Correct Shine See_ JOHNNY HAUSMANN AT PUROELL'S SHOP He Makes the Old Ones New Philip Chausse Barber Satisfaction Guaranteed. T. F. ELLIOTT ATTORNEY Office in DENTIST Oflica over Mallerv's Store (MnHHMWMHBnHMBMBBMMWaiMWn T. $. Brooke UPHOLSTERING AND FURNITURE REPAIRING. Jobbing in General. E. F. Gifford Groceries and Fruits.#6 Always Fresh—Prompt Service. Northwestern livfiry BEST OF TURNOUTS ON 8HORT 4 •"«*»•,,-*! vO.-'.Xx^xM' 's.. ^v-fe?'.' Burllett Block Dr. F. S* Thornley DENTIST Over Nye's Furuinure Store Guarantees till work S. S. RUBLE FBNHRAL DIRECTOR and UNDER TAKER Ideated onj Dakota Avenue H. M. ISENBERG NOTICE. .. v- Pheiaa 81. Always Open. Established in 1883 COR WIN D.MEAD Real Estate and In vestment Agent tv Writ# to him for Information in ftegard to Property of all v. Kinds, City and um D. Q. Jordan, •"•J* ipm* \XLf j£m n* Twenty jeers' experience in.Homesteads. fin Si protests and contests enable* me to gfcgtaljr Pyffintallcaaes before tbe United MnnPlimatnet. Pierre, S. B. l'?fi^fe r%v jf ,..• Ajtornkv AX LAW. ffftttjte Bfcfpra Lasti ©fflto a Specwlty. THE LOCAL NEWS A Week of Interesting and Enter taining Public, Social and Business Evelits Other Occurrences of More than Passing Intesest to Readers Therei will be quite a change among several business houses this spring as a result of the purchase of the Andrews comer !y Messrs, Lockhart, lirickson and Brignoli, and the purchase of'the building now accupied by J. L. Lock hart by R. B. Matheison. The Hamm Brewing Co has leased the building now occupied by Ii. J}. Matieieon next to the post-oilice and will have a saloon there under the management of L. Yokum. A brick building is to be erected on Dak Avenue at the rear of the First .National and occupied with a saloon by It. li. Matlieson, who wilj also occupy his Pierre Street property now in use by Mr. Lockhart and by the Owl Resrurant, The restaurant building will undergo some repair* and be put in better shape to ornament Pierre Street. One of the uio«-.t plea ing entertain ments given in the city t.iis winter was the concert at the Baptist church Tues day evening by Miss Blanche Hitch cock in cooperation with the Capital City Concert Co. Mis? Hitchcock in selections rendered in the various chur ches of the city has made herself a favorite with ihe lovers of a voice that is not excelled in sweetness of tone and is used a manner that is marked in its high cullivation, and this evening she added to her list of admirers as many as were present She was ably assisted by the orchestra, and both combined to make an entertainment that was par ex" celleni. There was considerable rivalry shown last night in selection of a fire chief for ensuing year. Nick Howard, the present chief, and Joe Steiner, foreaian were both adv anced as candidates by the supporters. Mr. Poward received the majority aud will look after the mauagment of tee department auother year. Mrs. aud Mr. Gal'l'y left yesterday an eastern visit of several days. Fred Bonsey is gradually getting Dakota avenue building in shape occupancy with his resturaut. He has taken plenty of time to get tilings fixed up and 'when he gets ready for business will have a first class place. A big n^w range, a lavatory, and several yard® more of marble slabs for the counters are some of the improvements. Something of a sensation was created here Monday evening .ibout 7 o'clock by an explosion that shook the wind ows aud stirred the people up generally. It created considerable consternation uutil it was found that the resourceful people of Fort Pierre were merely throwing bombs into Bad rUser to break an ice gorge. A very intresting meeting of the Wo man's Club was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. .Jaynes. Several papers of interest were read and musical se lections were rendered. Mrs. Greer of Blunt was a guest of the club. Messers. O'Dowd Kremer, and Bush of Canning were Pierre visitors Monday, their principal busine-s being to walk up to the chalk mark and square their taxes with Tieasuer Bartlett. F. S. Williams, B. Morse and W. Troy were recently voted in as members of Hose Co No 1. Mr. Wiiiams was im mediatly honored With election to the oflice of assistant secretary. J. W. Raish arrive from Vermillion this morning for a few days visit with friends and tj atteii'l to business mat ters, among other things to take a look at his DeGray township holdings. Mrs. 11. C. Greer was over from Blunt Tuesday to attend the Concert given by her sister, Miss Hitchcock, aud the Capital City Concert. The interior of the First Nationa Bank is beginning to shine like a new dollar under the decorative brush of Will Me teal f. Hal Westover, Chas W arnika, and Joe Higgins were down from Blunt Weduesday. Better Titan Gold for "I was troubled for several veari with chronic indication and indigestion and nervous debility," writes F. J. Green of Lancaster, N. H. "No reme dy helped me uutil I began using Elec tric Bitters, which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used. They have also kept my wife in* excel lent health for years. She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles, that they are a gra,.d tonic and invigorator for weak, run down women. No other medicine can take its place in our family." Try them. Only 50 cents. Satisfaction guaranteed by Schubert, druggist. ijKjfiSti-. his for The next ragluarexmfnation far 1st, Second, and Third Orade, and fir* year State Certificates will he held in tl Court House at Pierre, Xaroh 18, -anti 18,1901. Applicants'will please been hand ready to begin work at eight o'j-lock Friday morning, bringing: their pans, ink, and scratch paper. Applicants for First aud Second Grade Certificates must have had ar least six mouths successful exj*rience in teaching. The county superintendent will con sider it a favor it' those intending to taketiie eXivmumtlQj* will inform her at once. Co. Supt of Schools. The Concert by the llearons Sistersof Boston promises to be one of the beat entertainments of the season to Pierre puop.e. A Gentleman who heard Hoyles Musical family last year said "that is line." got my whole 82.00 worth out of that entertaimont." The llearons Sisters will be as good and will surprise and entertain you. They are artists on the Clarinet the Violin the Cornet the Mandolin and guitar, and in Orchestral work, they are charming. There are many good seats. Reserve them at Kemp'.-. Book-store. Only 50 cents. General admission the same. Children 25 ct-nts. Saturday,! March 5th. A Russo-Japanese war Atlas has en issued by the Chicago & North- Western li'y. Three tine colored maps, each 14x 20, bound in convenient form for refe rence. The Eastern situation shown in detail, with tables showing relative military and naval strength and flnan e.a resources of Russia and Japan. Copy, mailed to any address on leceipt of ten (Hi) cents in postage by A C. Johnson, Gen Agt., C. & K, W. R'y, Winona, Minu. Sisters of Baptist Church charm you. J. G. Liliibridge was over from| Blunt Tuesday night to attend the con cert. He was accompanied by his son Frank. Mrs. Frank Pignev is down from the ranch north of Harrold for a visit with turned Monday from a several days he laetol the week yumng the folk, at! Hear the line Concert by tke llearons years of his youth in Harrold, made one Huston Saturday Night at 5 Mrs. E. Hendricksen has returned points in that section. I. W. Cole has increased his stock of goods by adding to it the stock from his store in Iroquois. C. H. Anderson is about to occupy the old Bonsy restaurant stand with hi real estate office. Al. Heggland was the winner of a handsome wolf skin that was raffled this week. C. V9. Brown returned te Blunt Sat urday after spending several days in the city. J. L. Lockhart returned Saturday night from a business trip of several days. The Eastern Stars will entertain at Masonishall tomorrow (Friday) night John Whaley of Harrold has bees visiting in the city the past week.' Governor and Mrs. Herreid returned'' from the east Tuesday night. D. M. McFarlane was down from Harrold Tuesday on business. The State Pub Co. installed a new cylinder press this week. Capt. Latta is again confined to his house with sickness. C. H. Hall of Harrold was a capital city visitor Wednesday. Geo. Paddock returned to Onida this morning. .. A party of homesteaders arrived last night. There will be a DiBtrict Convention of the Degree of Honor held at Blunt March 8th 1904. Two of the Grand Lodge Officers will be present anda good time is anticipated. All members of the Degree of Honor are invited to at tend. Grand Chief of Ceremonies. Birds work for man from the first glim mer of light Rocky Mountain tea works for man kind both day and night. That's why it is famous the world o'er and o'er, It will not let you turn over and take another suore.ffijg M.J.Schubert. You KNOW IT? ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Makes You Well, Keeae Yen Well ». Jeusiw. Uoas, Palate Bowrta, BtaMer OOorSn-a, l*d ftorm Baautr aa4 Perfect W IN r®— LereS •wm If Pi Mtea, Makes Patter ie the Hwneweik. ffaSfjfci Girts M* Beye Win. !?tarjOee« Netara* tfl el COMMUNICATION FROM CONGRESS BEAN BURKE. 1 O I BTIHE^TTHMOANS OF HT:SHESCo: Hating received an assurance from practically ail of the republicans of the County, stating it is their wish that I request the County Central Committee to call a mass convention, at such time and place as may suit my convenience and that 1 be permitted to select the delegation, from Hughes County, to the nxt Republican State Convention, and that the republicans will take pleasure in ratifying, such selection, 1 wish to acknowledge to them my great appre ciation of this assurauce of a continua tion of their support. 1 recognise that my success in the past has been due, largely, to the loyal support which I have received at the hauds of the republicans of Hughes County, and my success now, and in the future will depend upon the suppoit which I may have at home, and for the support so generously tendered at this time, I wish to extend my sincere thanks to each and all, aud to say that it will be my aim in the future, as in the past, to prove worthy of the confi dence which has been placed in me, and to give my friend in Hughes County no occasion to regret their action in again favoring me with their united support. 1 shall, at the proper time, in com pliance with the wishes of the repblicans as expressed, suggest to the County Cen tral Committee, the time when 1 would like to have the County Convention held, aud will be pleased to advise with said covention, as to the selection of a del tion to thetitftte ConTention. 0f|,je Ihvir music «rill Weei( her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Edson. did in th6 high fly days of 83 any more Messrs. Ewert and Sutherland re- |than HA8 HARROLD. I he writer, who spent about nine periodical trips down there this to see the people, and as usual thoroughly enjoyed several hours chat with the old timers who have grown up with the country and who have been more or less identified with the promo ting of its interests. Harrold of course does not now pos sess the energy of callow youth that it do wes' tour of the eastern part of the state, tain that considerable business is being done there right along in order to sup George Seelye wn onrfram Burnt ^ousands of other towns in dfaw home and his friends in the city. mi.-.*-,. '. There are no immediate prospects of lhetliawof 1 riday, the first in two aily months, jUt the ravines and gullys projected, yet the people are exceedingly loyal to and proud of their little town temporarily on the run. C. II. Rohrer left on Monday for Mor' One thing that causes them to think risville,Minn, his former homfc toattends "that-they are getting the best of what the funeral of a sister. at the same time it i* cer the wide Wd frJlvhich Ul, fcwJ large business enterprizes being there is in this world is that Harrold is aboufc the from her trip to Aberdeen and other ^V(,rln? P"8' healthest place in the world- B'x months when l^grip, pneumonia, and fevers are mos liable to be prevalent, there has not been a single occasion to call a dector into -the town ors-urrouudiug country. Another distinct advantage there is the celebrated artesian well, The hustling citzens put this down fourteen years ago, the first one in this section, and it has ever since been a source of benilit, pleasure, and profit to them, The drainage ditches run in several directions and several thousand head of cattle that are fed in the near by coun try are watered by it during the winter months, and it is an established fact that the high temperature of the water helps materially in pulling the cattle through the cold months in good shape. The bath house that is supplied from this well is used by every resident and visitors of the town and it is Bafe to say that it would not be traded for a fac tory employing 100 meu. Owing to the 1 age of the well the pipe is badly rusted and the town board will repipe it this spring. During the cattle shipping season Harrrold is an exceptionally busy place. The records at the the & N-W of fice will show that more I usiness is done in thin line at that- point than at any station between Huron and Pierre, aud this will no doubt l%e tbe case for years to come. ^,/ W. A. Lichtenwallner, one of the pro minent old timers of the country re cutly returned there from Nebraska and as soon as the weather permits will build an office and engage in the real estate business which he prophesies will be goad this spring. Jlysterious Ctrrnmstanee One was pale and sallow and the oth er fresh and rosy. Whence the differ ence? She who ie b'ushing with health nses Dr. King's New Life Pills to main tain it. By gently arousing ihe lasy organs they oompel good digestion and head Off constipation. Try tbem. On* ty 81 evafe atSohnbert's dragster* Avfcgctable Pteparaliottfor As ula 3 Of I N T'AISI IS r-.U NILIYKNN Promotes Digeslion.Cheerfu} neasandlfcst.Contains neither Opium.Morpliine nor Mineral. NOT NARCOTIC ... ieut AbZSmm* iUUbMr- mm Apetfccl Remedy forConatipa Tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish nesa and Loss OF SLEEP. •.: FScSnrale Signature of 'A NEW -YORK A I ILL'S I S I I We have sold 60 of these great labor-sav ing devices iu this city and all users are happy. m-.: Gm Very Low Itatea to the Atari!! aud Uluter Ke«urt«, Via the North Western Line. On ac count of the Mardi Gras, excursion tickets will be sold to New Orleans, Mobile and Pensacola, Feb. 9 to 14. inclusive, also to New Orleans, on Feb. 25, for trains arriving at New Orleans by noon of Feb. 26, with favorable return limits and stopovers. Excursion tickets are also on sale daily, at reduced rates, to the principal winter resorts in the United States and Mexico. For full information apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. ,"it 3 S •AOT COPY OF WRAPPER. Have yeu seen our New Self-Windtng SWops., SJ8. OO Will Bay a 4-Hole, cAsbestos-Lined Steel tRange It has oven lRxlt, and contact reservoir. There are a large ^number" of these stoves in this city and we will gladly refer you to the users 'Barb We bought our fence ite when the prices id reached the o' tbm aud if you want to contract for your wire we will give you the benefit of our wisdom and sell yqu wire lower than the present market price would justify. fSSSpeg ?S1 .H.'a Waterfalls of Japan, The waterfalls of Japan are almost eountless. Where there was not one In tbe beginning the Japanese have made one. Every little garden has a fall er twe, without which it would not he considered a garden. Many beautiful ones in various parts of the country are visited by thousands of pilgrims each year. ppw SS\ OA0TORXA.^ Wsth* _/)Tii* Kind You Haw Always Bonett Mis Bequest to Asylum. Ssilf a doeea eongressmen were la 18a iemoeratie eleakrooa, the talk befag «f strange beqnests. Congress* auu Fltsierald said the oddest he *ntr heard ef was that left by a man te aa erphaa asylum. "What was it?" asked Congressman Vyaa. "Ten ehildren." replied Fit* #»all. Then they all went to lnneh •oa and Ryan took the oheck. OABVORlkr^ £*araOe BengW Great •rHkln's •mall Area. dreat Britain Is anly half ttie stse tanatra. Bagland witheut Wales Is almost the mme Size as Itoumaala sad is less than a ftiarter the size of »*maeep|" Pretty Miss Ksllie Haseomb, Omaha: '•I owe my good looks and health to Hellistsr's Roeky Mountain Tea. have fully regained ny baalth." Tea or im %c«ats. M. 7JS«huh«rt The^:Xmmew Hotel RATES: $2.o0 PMR DAY Enlarged New in Construction Neat in Furnishings Clean in its Apartments Attractive in its Sunoundinga. "The Best Place To Stop When In Pierre" Forlnfants andCfaHdreii|§l^ The Kind You Hav| Bought TH* "OM^ANV. New YORK OITV. tic in Use For Over Tbe American Bread oMixer is auother new device that makes glad the housewife. Call in and see it. ware mmm aba IS GUARANTEED 13y the makers to do ti8 repre- 's sen ted.—If your horses—cows— eheep—colts or calves are out of condition—do not -seem to do well— Prussian Poultry ^Food If you wish to get 30-cent eggs now, feed it to your- fowls with your other feed. .jTbto' food ia also gnaranteel tofd us ,recom-1 mended. For further pi^feb^ and the food #8 '••. ••". .r I.- TRY A SACK You.will be surprised and pleased with the great improvement yoii" will notice iii a*fewvdays.