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«. .V~t am, •^SW J* 4 %*nh *1 ??«£&& e- tta State, Pair: bM.24, on the Minnesota tr^Tn "07" is the latest slogan ol^he auto fairpeople for the greatest Of all pacsrs.haa been engaged again for. the gomiag state fair. He will appear on Sionday afternoon Sept. 2, the opening iay of the fair, and is to go against his town world's record of 1:55 flat which jhe made at the Minne sota fair:' last ^September. This was the fastest tone ever made by a har ness borsp uud|r any conditions, bat M. W. S%vage.| Dan's owner, is/ confi dent th^t he fcan beat the 190fi mark this season, •. ^^.POUflCAC* AND OTHERWISE. I%5rS«:Wa8hipgton» D. C. AugustRepre aentatlv^Chaigpp Clark of Missouri tells a good story on former Representative Henry uj Johnson of Indiana. It ap pears th$t Mr. Johnson was engaged in a debate with an Illinois congress man whom he heatedly declared was an ass. This was unparliamentary, of course, and had to be withdrawn. On the order of the Speaker, Mr. Johnson said: "I withdraw the language I used, Mr. Speaker, but 1 insist that the gentleman from Illinois it out of or der." "How am I out of order" der mar ded the Illinoisan, red-fseed with anger? "Probably a veterinary sur geon can tell you" retorted obnson. This was parliamentary add had to be admitted to the record. According to rumor, close friendB of Secretary Taft are urging him to re sign from, che cabiuent next year in or der to advance his presidential candi dacy. They claim that if he were not a member of the administration he would be relieved of the, charge of be lng Mr. Roosevelt's legatee. There is a growing number of Secretary. Taft's friends who believe that rtis chances are being severely injured through hav ing his personality overshadowed by that of the President. At the start, many thought that the Roosevelt"O. K." was an asset that would bring to the secretary's cause the support of RooBavelt people all over the country. ., It now appears that instead of being an aid it Is a decided drawbadk, and In all quarters there is springing up a sentiment of resentiment against any attempt of the President to name his successor. Secretary Taft has kept bis own counsel in the matter, and it Is not yet Jcnown just what action he will take7 An amus ng letter was received this week from Hiilmore, S. D, addressed to the auditor of the treasury. Ir was from W. A. "Kapperman and. read: Hjfting heard that any man having ^r'sixboys straight is entitled to a prize of •1500, I Bend my name, and please let me know whether it is so." Audi tor Andrews passsed the thing along to Auditor Person, who hails from south Dakota. Mr. Peterson intends to send s^the letter to Secretary Loeb and permit fehisi tuexplaln to the South Dakota "ather that congress has made no pro vision for. such a prize. It is believed !^rthat the anti-race suicide talk is re •sponsible fpt Mr, KapperL.iuu's belief. "'^Woman .Missing. Mrs. Anna Olson has been missing froip her home near Rousseau since last ounday, and it is believed that she committed suicide by drowhmgiuuie Missouri river, her aprop having beeu found on the banks of the stream and she having at times threatened such action. She was About 75 years old "and the-' mother of Mrs. Moe, whose husband was here from Minnesota some time a?£-attempting to secure from the governor in an effort to :fgethis wife back home. Needs Fixing. officials of the Mil waukee road .^Who made the first trip through from JNDbamberlalu to Rapid City found the Sllftew lifte al inoat lost in the |icabo,^and oatttW"ial5S p^silBIeTjy haav.v "f J*'' 'ballasting with gravel.^ ^This work |speed and ijt jii probaW^nat sixty days .will be rtquired t&i>lao$ the track Can wcent 188116 ihe New Ar«us" Mm**a*ed that Commissioner Wheaton had issued a cireWar "announcing that' the itl've until January, Com nUri-tiMt Wheatou Btatep that hehas uedno tihrather lie on a credit the (rath lor time for the last tes 5 ut »F [nttdaf, Aug«i|||g days, the South lJfliarwMMlt)«M '"3 MEN AND WOMEN. •Mwlir Ererr Hia» Quality la "A. Bven between thi ages of eleven and fifteen, when glrls^are taller and heavier, boys stiH retain their single advantage In strength. Men, too, if slower of mind and quicker of body, have greater lung Opacity and more blood corpuscles and exhale nearly twice as much carbon dioxide. But men are less able to endure confine ment and bad air. •Ms physical su periority man shares wUfa the utiles of all the higher animals. Vokc-thc The Westminster Gazette nlttM tbat tin actlou was being triefl ^sfore Lord Coleridge for damagestfor death of sheep dog, a winner erf many prizes at bench shows, and coimsel defense was endeayotftig to show that the dog hod "had his day" and that damages should be nominal. Lord.Ooto ridge, however, was swMtly slam bar ing, and counsel felt the necessity for rousing hlm. if possible. So. gradaal ly raising his voice, he asked one of experience as an exhibitor that when jMfcal^aoit has taken htoi nUce reguUr iy on the bench for ngupivTliars he gets epf. and past hls workr* The laugh «r tiult followed had tho Mnd of- Vw t^e Sezea. man is a man down to his thumbs, and woman Is a woman down to her- little toes," writes Dr. Haveloek Bills In his book "Men »ad Women." There Is' hardly a measur able quality of aiiy sort whfcb is not unlike iii. tne two sexes. Womeu. fcVes button (heir garments on the other side from that chosen by men and Choose Sunday instead of Monday as their favorite 'day fot making way with themselves. So far as laboratory tests go Dr. ICIIIs says that women are unquestionably superior In general tactile sensibility and probably su perior In the discrimination of tastes, with no advantage either way in the case of the other senses. Women liav* better memories, read more rapidly, bear pain better, ret.aver better from wounds and serious Ulness, are less changed by old age and live longer. Furthermore, according to the same authority, women- have relatively larger bratns, especially in the frontal region. It has long been said that Women are the more like children, but Dr. Ellis says that men are the more like apes. Women, In short, are more civilized than men, and civilisation It self Is but the process of making the world ladylike. In fact, the only thing left in which man is superior Is mus cle. Men are two, ®iree and even foui times Etrcassr than, women, and the occasional exceptional woman hardly reaches the level of the average man. WILY REYNARD.' Wild I®! Creatarea Can C«myt« With the Pu in Orafdueii. Those familiar with the "Fables of ^5sop" will remember the reputation which reynard bears among the rest of the animals. It Is questionable whether any wild creature can com pete with the fox In craftiness. To look at him generally, even In his or dinary habits, hfe exhibits an amount of cleverness which astonishes one. Shoiild a fox catch a hedgehog, whose spines effectually protect him from most of his enemies, he does not waste time, as a fox terrier will do, In en deavoring to worry his prey. He mere ly rolls higt. .to the nearest water, knowing that a drop or two will cause the animal to relax his hold. It is a rare thing to catch one In a trap iaid at the door of bis "earth" even* If he is inside when the trap is set he waits until some other animal springs it and theu emerges to eat the victim and the bait. Only when driven by the terfiBle pangs of hunger will he tempt fate in his own person. Most animals gorge themselves when, they are fortunate,r^\ough to come across a superabundance of food, Not *r.with reynard. Should It find a poultry yard well stocked and ill protected he fills his larder first. Nor does he, as the proverb says, '-'put all bis eggs In one basket." He puts one fowl in a hedge, hides another in a bush, places a third In a hole in a tntp, rapidly digs a cavity for a fourth anil covers it up again, remembering In eaoh ease where his stores are concealed. And when his supplies are sufficient In his own estimation he takes a fine fat chicken or duck to his "earth" for present «n oyment.—London Field. DR. H. E. MoG-HEE v. s: j:. jgs __ )ffice at Palace Stables 4j! jf LOCATED PEHMANENTLY. TJ'TIT Vi XXUJULi diioMos of domestic animals RUC- •foliy tnfttad. Injuries skiUfulIy dlnfatMl cured where a cure can he Jamestown Exposition. Lovr rate excursion tickets via the Chicago & North-Western Ry. Spec ial routings and side trips provide for visits to the Niaagra Falls, Lake Cham plain, the St. Lawrence, Hudson, River Trip, Adirondacks, the Catskills, Berk shire Hills, Chautauqua, Atlantic City New York City, Boston, Philadephia' Washington, Baltimore, and various seaside and mountain resorts, for in formation apply to any ticket agent of the North Western Line. (First publication, Aug. 1: last. AU#. 22.) STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF HUGHES. In the matter of the Estate Wright,. I Hvettsed. GOODNKK & GOODNBR, Attorneys. In County Court S-ss of George F. Tlio State of South Dakota Sends Greeting: To Ooorge S. Wright, heir at law and next of kin of Georgi! Wriglit. deceased, and to all to wliom those presents may come. Notice Is Hereby Given, that George S. Wright has filed with the Judge of this Court, a petition praying for Ijotters of Administra tion of the estate of George F. Wright, de ceased, and that Saturday, the 17th day of August, J90V, at ten o'clock a. HI., of said day being a day of a regular term of this Court, to-wit. of the .Tuly term. 1907, at the office of Glenn W. Martens, Judge of the County Court, in the Pierre National Bank Building, on Pierre Street. In the City of Pierre, Hughes County, South Dakota, han been set for hear ing said petition, when and where anv person interested may appear and show cause why the said petition should not be granted. Dated at Pierre. 8oUth Dakota, this 30th day of July, A. D. 1007. GLKNN W. MAKTENS. Judge of the County Court. (First publication, Aug. 1 last, Aug. 22). STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OP HUGHKSj' ,' In County Oourt Joseph H. In the Matter of the EstaU' of Hurst. Deceased. The State of South Dakota Sends Greeting. To.f. W. Hurst, heir at IHW and nextof kin of Joseph il. Hurst, deceased, and to all to whom thPse presents may come. Notice Is Hereby Given, That.T. W. Hurst, hap filed with the Judge of this Court, a peti tion praying for Letters of Administration of the estate of Joseph II. Hurst, deceased, and that Saturday, the 17th day of August. 1907. at 10 o'clock a. m., if said day, being a day of a regular term of this Oourt, to-wit, of the July term, 1907, at the office of Glenn W. Mar tens, .Tnrtge of the County Court, in the Pierre National Bank Building, on Pierre Street. In the City of Pierre. County of Hughes, South Dakota, has been set for hear ing said petition, when and whore any person interested mny appear and show cause why the said petition should not be granted. Dated at Pierre, S. D., this 30th day of July, A. I)., 1907. GLENN W. MARTENS. GOODNBR & GOODNKK, Attorneys D. A. W. PERKINS 1 1 A O N E A A W Practices in State and United States courts. Collections and remittances promptly made. County Judge. HIGHMORE, SO. DAK. Hughes County Abstract Go. Bonded Abstracters PIERRE. NO. OAK. Established in 1883§f^§S§ COR WIN D. MEAD fH Real Estate and In vestment Agent Write to him for Information in Regard to Property of all Kinds, City and Fami 'X' fcr ttw XtiE &>ri A Ala) Jt Kehr- S® 91 TO«NOU» ON. SHORT ^^R'-'.WOXlW HO! EVERYBODY Who has a Buggy or Vehicle of any Kind, get your tires reset on one of It Sets Them Cold. No more gueB8 work, but tires are reset accurately and quickly, without any chance of giving too much diBh to the wheels, or in any way injuring it. Having one of these Tire Setters in practical operation, the patronage of the public is solicited. All work thoroughly warrants Bates on, Application. We buy and sell horses. Telephone BEtMonrl Avenue aad. Fort Street, niiiixiixxsiississsstsai s9 mmm Every Of Hamm's Beer is absolutely pure. Xou take no chances when you drink Hamm s. We guarantee Hamms under the National Pure Food Law and also under the Food Laws of all the states. The Preferred Stock is the most delicious Beer ever brewed. It is thd ideal Beer for all occasions. Gall for it. ilillll R. L. YOKUM Agent Theo. Hnmm Brewing Co., St.'Paul, Minu. Sas SSelt jCaticl A N S A jibstract Co. BONDED PIERRE, SO. DAK. Capital «100,000.00 A5&tracter6 and Conueuancers Owner* of tli' onlv Abstract Book* in Hnsheii Oount)' TOM C. McNAMEE ATTORNEV A'f L.IW. HydeKlock Pierre. S PALACE TRANSFER LINE Elegant Closed Carriages, lighted and heated, at your service at all times fot- parties, making calls, c»r pleasure driving. Orders taken day or night. We meet all trains. Trunks and baggage Transferred any where in the city, or delivered at the depot and checked to their destination. 0-4-A Pierrei S D, PIERRE, I Pnone 1-2-8 A & W 15?Ten vffen Year Kentucky Blue OraS» 1 Bourbon, Five Dollars per Gallon. Five T««t Old llapW ViileyU^ A. L. synp L. LOCK HART $ Bought and So People Located on Government Homesteads: I otfer'for 8ale'a nuinlei- of desirable improved farms in cen •tral South Dakota at prices and terms within your moans. Good well improved farms $10 to $22 per acre unimproved lands as low as $9.00, up to $16 per acre closs to good markets. Three relinquishments for sale at $100 each. •u II yon want to know anything about lands, Pierre property, yf or UoiueKteud. laiuls, write to inc. have a complete stock of hard ware and am prepared to supply all my old and new friends in Hughes county at lowest prices. When in Pierre come in, I would like to see you again. -j* Louis Greenough. W. E. CALHOON They Protect Your Buildings. Sells the lime-tried DODD & STRUTHER'S Copper Cable Lightning Rods, acknowledged to be the best and most durable rods in use—none can be better. Call or drop a postal card for a booklet, entitled: "Lightning, and How Control led.". Remember, these goods will stand close inspection. I, will call upon you soon. Year Old Edgebrook Rye, Both Domestic and Imported'- iRye, 03.50 per Gallon., Case 'n?' S? SOUTH DAKOTA. New Hardware Store. Shop 111 Coteay Street O E Bdrtme,lt of Case Whiskey, Bottled in Bond. The most orderly and neatest place in Pieri-e. Come and see me and I guarantee that you will be treated as a gentleman, and that the goods will please you. If this isn't so, don't come again Dakota avenue. sss 1 wfae8 of AU Kinds. Lsrge as.-^ Pr 8. DM Ui'i'-tfJ E'.&'a \$y$'.m v.