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~X"* MISS ELLA OFF, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. SllfFEREDJOR MONTHS Pe-ru-na, the Remedy That Cured. Miss Ella Off, 1127 Linden St., Indi anapolis, Ind., writes: suffered with a run-down consti tution for several months, and feared that I would have to give up my work. "On seeking the advice of a physi cian, he proscribed a tonic. I found, however, that it did me no good. On seeking the advice of our druggist, he asked me to try Peruna. In a few weeks I began to feel and get like a different person. My appetite In creased, I did no( ye that worn-out feeling, and cuuld sleep splendidly, In a couple of months I was entirely recovered. I thank you for what your as do or E a O rite Dr. Hurt,man, President of The Hartman Sa.nilu.rhim. Coluiubus. Ohio, for free motlleal advice. All corres pondence is held strictly confidential. Those Russian Names. "They've changed one of those very prominent Russian arn-.y corps com -vmanders egain." 'H "What is (he new man's name?'' "Go 'long. 1 haven't mastered the nanie of his predecessor yet."—Cleve land Plain Dealer. Thoroughly Sterilized. Aunt Beth—They say his money is tainted. Edith—Nonsense, aunt I heard him ?say he had just cleaned up another ^million. ROYAL SOMERSAULTS. How King Alfonso Amused Queen Alexandra. Several old fashions have been re vived at court, some of which had fall en into disuse since 18G2, when the late queen retired from social life, says the Onlooker. One of these is that the mistress of the robes should accompany the queen to her bedroom door at the conclusion of a state ball. This practice was re vived on the occasion of the state hall vhich took place during the visit of the king of Spain. It happened that the Spanish monarch's sleeping apart ment was in the same corridor as that of Queen Alexandra. The queen arrived at the door of her room, attended by the Duchess of Portland, and the young king, who had come up stairs at the same time, wished her majesty good night. Then he suddenly said, "I am an athlete -would you like to see me perform?" She said "yes," upon which the youthful sovereign turned a succession of somersaults, all down the corridor. —London Mail. EVER TREAT YOU SO? Coffee Acts the Jonah and Will Come Up. A clergyman who pursues his noble calling in a country parish in Iowa, tells of his coffee experience "My wife and I used coffee regular ly for breakfast, frequently for dinner gress will meet in Chicago, Aug. and occasionally for supper—always "id 17, and the governor is also asked the very best quality—package coffee to name delegates. never could find a place on our table, "In the spring of 1896 my wife was I ~T ""i South Dakota r'rr -*r- General State New* Paragraphed. A Day county's population is 13,784, an increase of 1,530. Gov. Elrod has appointed George Cox of Tyndall game warden for Bon Homme county, The surveying party for the electric line that is to be built from Brookings has reached Egan. Daniel Kelly, accused of wife mur der, was found guilty at Glenn Valley. The jury recommended life imprison ment. The census for Brown county will show a total population of 18,287. The population, according to the census of 1900, was 15,284. A plan is being agitated in the so ciety of the Ancient Order of Hiberni ans to invest a portion of the society's surplus in South Dakota farm prop erty. The caucuses under the new caucus law to nominate candidates for alder men were largely attended, and much satisfaction is expressed with the workings of the new law. Mullen & Munn have secured the contract for the erection of a govern ment residence at Pine Ridge agency. It will contain seven rooms, be built of rock and stone and cost less than $3,000. The artesian well of John VanHorn, near Aberdeen, which stopped flowing a week ago, has resumed its flow, which is apparently as strong as ever. JVell men are unable to account for the stoppage. The Egan school board selected thd following corps of teachers: Prof. J. A. Smalley of Egan, principal Miss M. H. Shaw of Yankton, assistant principal Miss Christine Johnson of Egan Miss Mabel Newel of Alabama Miss Skartan of Winona. The Brown county board of equali zation raised the total assessed valu ation of the county $18,351. The valu ation of personal property was raised $00,484, and town lots S4.570, while farm lands were lowered $46,082 from the valuation fixed by the assessors. At Fort Pierre hearings are on in thirteen cases were prominent ranch owners along White and Bad rivers are charged with illegally fencing gov ernment lands. They are R. W. Ma thieson, George Porch, H. A. Scovel, E. W. Thode.Fred H. Sears, E. H. Molineux, F. E. Olney, Charles Smith, Osborne Lawrence, Henry Schacht. J. A. Meeker, Floyd D. Hedley and Mrs. Esther J. Currier. In all the hearings up to the present pleas of not guilty have been entered and the parties bound over. The business men of Flandreau held a meeting at which they considered the proposed electric line to be built from Brookings. Attorney Stewart of Brookings, one of the projectors, stat the plan of the parties who are to finance the road. He stated that they were Des Moines men. A committee was selected consisting of prominent business men, who are considering the matter. They expect to make a prop osition to the parties interested. The surveying party, consisting of six men, have reached a point about three miles west of Flandreau. They started from Brookings. Gov. Elrod has received notice of the meeting of the National Irrigation congress at Portland, Ore., beginning Aug. 21. Under the call for the con gress the governor is entitled to name fifteen delegates the mayor of every city with less than 25,000 population, may name five delegates, and the county commissioners of each county are allowed the same privilege. A meeting of the trans-Mississippi Com mercial congress will be held in the same city beginning Aug. 16- A meet ing of the National Reciprocity cou 16 The taken with violent vomiting which we complete for Yankton county, show a had great difficulty in stopping. production of wealth for 1904 that is "It seemed to come from coffee astounding. The production of corn, drinking but we could not decide. wheat, and oats for the year 1904 was "In the following July, however, as she was attacked a second time by wheat, 449,579 bushels oats, 1,536,440 the vomiting. I was away from home bushels. The value of this crop was filling an appointment, at the time, $1,628,112. Over 9,000 bushels of ap and on my return I found her very Pies were raised in the county, and low she had literally vomited herself nearly as great an amount of plums almost to death, and it took some days and to quiet the trouble and restore her barley, rye, hay and forage crops, to stomach. I gether with the chickens, eggs, milk "I had also experienced the same and butter, will add another million trouble,' but not so violently, and had and a half to the production of 1904. relieved it, each time, by a resort to The population for the county is 12. medicine. "But my wife's second attack satis fied me that the use of coffe was at the bottom of our troubles, and so we stopped it forthwith and took on 444. Postum Food Coffee. The old symp- pany. A civil suit lias just been toms of disease disappeared and dur- brought by Francis H. Wharton of in°- the 9 years that we have been Lead against the company, calling for using Postum instead of coffee We an accounting of the $80,000 supposed never have had a recurrence of the to be collected from the recent as vomiting. We never weary of Postum, sessment of 3 cents- Papers have been to which we know we owe our good served on various members of the health. This is a simple statement board of directors, and further de of facts." Name given by Postum velopments are expected within a few Company, Battle Creek, Mich. days. Various accuiations are made Read the little book "The Road to against the management, but so fa Wellville," in each pkg. nothing has been substantiated. -Jtff returns of the 1905 census, now- follows: Corn, 3,204.895 bushels other fruit. The value of the Some excitement is prevalent «t Lead just now because of conditions in the Hidden Fortune Mining •com JX. 1 W* was male, and 5,862 female—12,180 in all. The annual meeting of the South Dakota State Pharmaceutical associa tion will be held in Aberdeen Aug. 9 to 11. A. A. Woodward, the secretary, is arranging a program. Howard Dutcher, aged ten, and John Cushman, aged twelve, have wandered away from home at Aberdeen, accom panied bv two dogs. Their parents have obtained no trace of them, al- The figures for Stanley county show a total population of 2,636, which is a gain of 1,295 in the past five years, the federal census showing a popula tion of 1,341. Fort Pierre has a popu lation of 501, a gain of 109 in five years. The hoard of county commissioners has adjourned at Huron. A number of farmers and stockmen, not being satisfied with Mr. Clarke's manage ment of the dipping tank business, petitioned for his removal. The mat ter went over. The members of the Business Men's league of Colton, the present terminus of the South Dakota Central railroad, which is being constructed northwest ward from Sioux Falls, adopted a res olution declaring they were opposed to a saloon license. An effort is to be made to secure a pardon for Alva J. Ault, who was placed in the Sioux Falls penitentiary to serve two years for killing Kid En glish, a gambler, while Ault was act ing as a peace officer at Bonesteel during the registering. Cornelius Harrington has been or rested charged with assault with in tent to kill his brother, Maurice Har rington. The hearing was before Jus tice Flannery. Harrington, at Elk Point, was hound over under $2^/ bonds to await the action of the grand jury. The franchise for an electric light plant in Belle Fourclie has been let to the Belle Fourche Power and Water company, which is controlled by A. A. Moodle, president A. H. Marble, vice president F. E. Bennett, secretary and treasurer and J. S. Moodle, general manager. John Henke. a farmer living a half mile north of Elk Point, was arrested and lodged in the Union county jail on a charge of trying to kill his wife while in a fit of anger. Sheriff Sher man made the arrest. When he was caught he was trying, it is alleged, to split his wife's head open with a heavy ax. Highmode Catholics have completed preparations for the erection of a handsome new church building at this place this summer. Work on the structure will commence in the near future. The church has a good mem bership in this city and vicinity and the new church edifice will be one of the finest in the central part of South Dakota. The office of state auditor received wolf bounty warrants from Meade county calling for $1,000. Of this $250 is claimed by one man, who reported 223 coyotes and nine grey wolves. A few more such claims will make a total for last year's claims greater than for the previous year, when the amount paid out of the appropriation was fil. cents on the dollar. John Henke, a German farmer of Elk Point, and his wife have had a reputation for being quarrelsome. Ten days ago Mrs. Henke swore out complaint that her husband was in sane- After a hearing he was dis charged. A few nights afterward, so his wife charges, he attacked her with an ax. The sheriff straightened mat ters out by Mr. Henke agreeing to move. Deer are said to be becoming very plentiful around the ranches near Ga lena. It is reported that they are after the new garden stuff, such as lettuce cabbage and other vegetables, of which they are very fond- Several attempts hare been made to secure a fawn, but so far without avail. If the number increases, they will become a nuisance to the farmers and gardeners of this section, as they are very de structive. In chambers at Huron application was made to Judge Whiting for an order dissolving the incorporation of the town of Vilas on the ground that the vote taken and the proceedings had for the incorporation were not in accordance with law. E. H- Wilson of Salem and Col. Robert Stewart rep resented the petition for the order, and Thomas H. Null of Huron and E T. Grue of Hawarden opposed the ap plication. Time until Aug. 1 was given in which counsel may submit briefs Will H. Gregory, aged twenty-six was arrested at Mitchell as a desertc •from the regular army of the United States. In August, 1904, Gregory listed in Company F, Fifteenth in fantry, at Portland Ore., and deserteo at San Francisco in January, 1905 He enlisted under the name of Jamef Rogan, who was a former resident o! the city. On his arrival here yester day .he was immediately placed \indei arrest- Chief Kieth departed with his! prisoner for Fort Douglas, near Oraa ha, to turn him over to the command ing officer of the fort. I X_M, ^p-, The complete figures for Minnehaha Mean Thing. county show a population of 27,016. Bride Clarence, dear, I have just The population of Sioux Falls is 6,381 ®a^e my first pound cake, .. .f "'111 rig «. Hubby—Good for you, Cordelia, take it down to the office. Bride—What for? ,. .... __ "Yes, but suppose she was along though diligent search is being made. '.K when he caught the fish? Hubby—For a paper weight.— Would Know Better, "A man never should tell a story that he would be ashamed to repeat in the presence of his wife." Farms kok rkxt oh sai.k ox. prop puyimmtv .1, Mt'LHAI.l,, Sioux Cilv la Men who intend to be good to-mor row always die to-day. 6BSEZS23. AVegefable Preparationfor As similating IhcFoodnndRegula ling the Stomachs and Bowels of Infants/ hildkkn Promotes Digeslion,Cheerful ness andResi.Contains neither Opium.Morphine norluieml. NOTHAHCOTIC. JlKtpe of OUDrSAMUEL nrCHKR Jfampkut Seed'" Jlx.Smna. Reck*lU S*Ut— Anur CfonfUd, Suajr nfhUnjt+en flavor: AperTccl Remedy forConslipa Tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions, Fever is h ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Fac Simile Signature oP NEW VORK. Al Wioiilliy old :. D-ctsi jC riirs EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. toftrr. for a king in this way: 1st With Eggs. Use God waits for us somewhere on every pathway of pain. Do You Know That death may lurk in your walls? In the rotting paste under •wall paper In the decaying glue or other animal matter in hot water kalsommcs (bearing fanciful names)? Use nothing but Destroys disease germs and vermin. A Rock Cement. Does not rub or scale. You can brush it on—mix with cold water. Exquisitely beaatiful effects produce^. Other finishes, mixed with either hot or cold water, do not have the cementing- proierty of Alabastine. They are stuck on with glue, or other animal matter which rots, feeding disease germs, rub bing, scaling, and spoiling walls, clothing, etc. Buy Alabastine only in five pound packages, properly la beled. Tint card, pretty wall and ceiling design, "Hints on Decorating" and our art ists' services in making color plans, free. ALABASTINE CO., Grand Rapids, Mich., or 105 Water St, N. Y. MINNEAPOLIS V, I'll TMso's Cure for ConMiir.juion Is an infallible mctticine for i-ouchs and colds. X. \V. SAMUEL, Ocoun Grove, X. J.. Feb. IT. 1P00. The Secret of Good Coffee Even the best housekeepers cannot make a good cup of coffee without good material. Dirty, adulterated and queerly blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their counters won't do. But take the pure, clean, natural flavored LION COFFEE, the leader of all package coffees— the coffee that for over a quarter of a century has been daily welcomed in millions of homes—and you will make HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE. Use LION COFFEE, because to ^ct foeui results yon must use tuo beet coffee. Grind your LION (-OFFEE rnther fine. I ee "u tablecpoonful to each cup, and ono extra for the. pot." Firpt mix it with a little cold water, cnoiiiin tn mnkc a thick paste, and add white of an egg (if egg 1b to bo used a» settler), then follow ono ol the following rules: 1st. WITH BOILING WATER. Add botllnn water, and let It boll THREE MINUTES ONLY. Add a little cold water and set aside live minutes to settle. Serve promptly. 2d. WITH COLD WATER. Add your cold water to the paste and bring it to a boil. Then set aside, add a little cold water, and in live minutes It's ready to serve. O (Don't boll it too long. Don't let It stand more than ten minutes before serving. DONT*S (.Don't use water that has been boiled before. TWO WAYS TO SETTLE COFFEE. part Got It From Her. "Your husband," said the talkative man, has such a mild disposition. 1 suppose he inherited it from his mother." "No," replied Mrs. Henpecic, with set jaw, "I think I can safely say it was uart of my dowrv."—Philadelphia 1-ress. Mr*. VI inilow'fl Soothlnpr Syrup. For children teothlnjr, Koft-onn tbo ftumtf, reduce* In flammutlou, allays pain, cures wind colic. «4&o boitle. Women never get over the sense of dislike they feel for a man who once laughs at them. Dr. David Kennedy'* Favorite Kemeil.?, thi Great kidney and MverCuro. World Kamou*. Write Dr. ltvuuedy souk. Kondout. N. Y.. for free sample bottla Nowhere do souls sour quicker than in an ice box church. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of THK OENTAUR •OWPANV* NCW VOHK OltV* a *. «?&XV •.•» drink of the white of an egg, mixing itwi'.h the ground LION COFFEE beforeooillng. id. 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