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fc'' kr: gt&r' /V.'. SIS Mr 'IP Iti .' •krorV&vi :ii ••mmm tills#? •M.'1 •mm f^WS --"I.--' mm mm mt-'fc' Wi i#ii 'm&i Ml r||jj 1 I Fremont Tribune*, It is simply scandalous the way the snow piles up. Not. since the rivers began run ning has there been so much of it scattered throughout the confines of this whitened commonwealth. What'# to become of it all? Where will it go when it goes to go? It is easy enough to figure out some dire possibilities when the amount of moisture in it is computed and what it would mean to have this all wrung out of it at once under a warm spring sun. We fear for the bridges and tilings and for the valley farmers who have no Hat boats or scows or arks into which their animals, two by two each of their kind, may enter till the raven goes out to stay till the cows come home. v. The weighing of the United States mails iii the fourth contract section will start probably in February and will continue for a period of 105 days. This is the regular time for weighing mails in the stated section, the last time they were checked being four years ago. The United States are divided into four contract section and the mails of some section are weighed once every year, making it four years before every section is weighed. The purpose is to llx the compensation of the railroads for earring the mails. The plans for the next convention of the National Editorial association in February indicated that the gath ering will be an exceptionally inter esting and important oue. It was a happy inspiration to hold the meeting at New Orleans in view of the fact that the association was organized there about twenty-five years ago and the side trips planned to Cuba and Panama will no doubt prove enjoyable and instructive to the members of the association who are able to take them. The old fastioned winter has made life a burden for lots of people. There are men who have to be out of doors in cold or heat, snow or sleet, rain or sun who have to go about their accustomed duties no matter how great the odds the weather places againBt the performance of those duties. Mail carriers, engineers tire men. brakemen, switchmen, conduct ors and other railroad men, street car employers, paper carriers and other classes of people who serve the public tire seriously handicapped. The New York' .state republican lead ers are coming over to the support of Gov. Hughes's legislative programme. They are afraid if he doesn't win for his policies he will be nominated and elected once more. Gov. Hughes seems to have a practically permanent lease on the executive job so long as the small politicians are able to keep him from getting what he wants, and they are getting tired of him to the extent that they are about willing to let him finish his work and get out j} -"V A war fund of $800,000,000 is held in reserve by France while the war in demnity obtained from that country in 1871 by Prince Bismark is still lying in the Fortress of Spandau, to await the day when it will be needed for the mobilization of German troops for an Other cont.st with their hereditary enemies. There does not seem to be any room for arbitration there. It is reported that many cattle will starve on the Standing Rock and Cheyenne Indian reservations this winter from the deep snow and lack of food. Prairie fires swept that country last fall and consequently is a short supply of cut hay and an absence of buffalo grass standing. Some of the ranchers are driving their cattle across to the east side of the river. Of all persons we meet, we like the Tustler the best, and we can readily forgive the few errors in his politics or religion, for the rustles. He en courages and enthuses and hurries along the slow-going. Industrial pro sperity follows in his trail and men tal development is his. He goes from strength to strength. He is the salt of the earth. .If the coming census shows thatthe rural population. of the west is in .rapldly it will be because the multi plication of agricultural machinery enables one man to do the work that was formely done half a dozen.. But the crop returns show that the people out this way are not abandon ing agriculture. the protection of the state I fame law prairie chickens are once more becoming plentiful throughout It^e st^te, and. according to a report Whlte'Lake Wave reports hav seen a flock of more than 100 nice pr*i?.ke chickens in his doorg i'sold forte and' a little ever sveral eastern markets yesterday ih*s only been one- time since I Civil vat Jmd that for a short iod lnl882, wheat he hog:b&B reach ed ib high aprioe. And the-farmer -tii*. profit H#Jif This The bi# stock owned by B. Pierre, commencing' on above date This is a large new stock of General Merchandise. In Oklahoma the woman suffragists art*, waging an active campaign for a constitutional amendment giving them the right to vote. Petitions are being circulated throughout the state, asking an initiative election and (50, 000 signatures have already been se cured. Among the signers said to be many state oflicials and prominent business and professional men, to gether with a number of leaders of both the democratic and republican parties. The determination of the United States government to prevent the Cuban lottery from doing business in this country is shown by the recent announcement by the Cuban govern ment that no lottery tickets sent through the United States mails will be redeemed, even if they bear win ning numbers, aud that ail inquiries from tnis country regarding the lot tery sent to government ollicials will turned over to the American post olliee inspectors. M. R. Preston, who was the sociailist candidate for president of the United Stares in 1008 and who at the time wa« confined in a Nevada jail under sentence of thirty years for murner, has sent to the state board of prisons of Nevada an application for a pardon. Preston was convicted of murder at Goldlield in 1907. y- Ra^id City Journal: A. W. Ewert, president of the National Bank of Com merce of Pierre, yesterday purchased a good sized block of stock in the Rap id City Lime and Gypsum Company's plant, thinking it to be a good invest ment. In this he shows good judg ment. About four hundred non-union men petitioned the manager of the Home stake mine, which closed several weeks ago, on account of a threaten ed strike, to re-open the mine. It is believed operations will be resumed within a fortnight. The next regular meeting of the next regular meeting ol the South Dakota Board of Pharmacy for the examination of candidates for regis tration aud general business will be held at Redfield on the 19th day of January. -3 jKWW!' EUROPEAN HOTEL jf- if •, No. Ill Chapelle street c. CHOOSE WISELY... when you buy a JiEwiNG MACHINE. You'll find all sort* and IdndiAt corresponding priccs. But if you want a reputable serviceable Machine, then take CATOR, OUft fLEQANT H. T. OATALOOUSS GIVI FUU. PAfnriOULARS, WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO. 5|w -zsspz*? ,- .-V'L.fivi'::^.--. v, •. BIG BANKRUPT SALE Commencing January 5, 1910 Men's and Boy's Clothing Suits, Overcoats, Ladies Shoes, Dry Goods, and a full Stock of Groceries GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICES Fvery article you need to eat and wear, and every article goes under the hammar. reat sale will be held in the building between Eater's store and Kantowski meat market, on Dakota avenue. WithHeartT rouble "Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has cured me of heart disease of over 20 years' standing. I was so bad that I could not do my work, and could scarcely draw a full breath without fainting or smothering. The doctor told me he could do no more for me then I commenced taking the Heart Remedy. I shall never forget that night. I slept better than I had before in months. I kept right on getting better, un til I was perfectly well." MRS. LAURA RUSSELL, Logan, Iowa. When the heart action is weak, it fails to pump the blood through the lungs with sufficient rapidity. Then the lungs do not absorb the proper amount of oxygen, although they may be taking in a normal amount of air. The result is shortness of breath, smothering spells, diffi cult breathing, oppressed feeling in chest. Dr. Miles' Heart Rem edy strengthens the heart nerves and muscles, and in this way increases the circulation. Get a bottle from your drug gist. Take it according to direc tions, and if it does not benefit he will return your money. EDISON and VICTOR PHONOGRAPHS and RECORDS Also Asent lor THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER. Hegglund's Phonograph Store 309 Dakota Aveuue A. F. Dotson & E. W. Simpson Experienced Funeral torn and Embalmem. j: NMUHA USSR, Prop. Board by the Day and Week ^Good Accommodations. SI.OO PER DAY. F. Stilts & Sons will be sold at auction sale, in and will continue until the stock is disposed of. consisting of up to date G. H. Waldo, B. F. Stiles & Sons, Props. NARTIN SALVAGE & AUCTION CO., Auctioneers in Charge. 20 Years Oiree- Sotitli Dakota lltense So. 214. New and tlodern Bqnlpment. Capitol Ave. Block. Store Plione No. !i73 Ken. piioue 205 or 81A 'jJtek&x'-tktV .WHITE. 27 yean experience has enabled us to bring out a HANDSOME, SYMMETRICAL and WELL-BUILT PRODUCT, combining in its make-up all the good .pointe found on hi^i grade machines and others that are exclusively TTTMOmr arm. device that shorn the tensioa at a glance, and we have others that appeal to care ful faym» All Drop Heads have Automatic Lift and beautiful Sw*& Front, Golden Oak •ookworfc. V&ralorudRotary Shuttle Styles. FREE. QJEVELANDr a Notice Be lore'l'ax Deed Miall lemue To Ira N. Butler, owner of record, and to party in possession, and to party in whose name the fol lowing described land is taxed: You are hereby notified that on the 12th day of November. A. D. 1906, the following* described piece or parcel of real estate, and situated in the county of Hujrhes, State of South Dakota, to-wit: Bretton township. The Northwest quarter of Section 34, Township 112. North of Range75. and containing 100 acres WJIS sold for taxes due and delinquent thereon for the year 1905. at Tax Sale by the Treasurer of said County to A. E. Merrill who is now the lawful owner and holder of the certificate of purchase, said taxes then due and delinquent amounting to Nineteen and twenty four hundredths dollars, and that subsequent taxes to the amotnt of $46.70 have been paid, with interest, penalty and costs accrued. $21.68, mak ing total amount necessary to redeem $87.71. In addition thereto the costs of serving this notice must be paid, together with interest accruing after this date You are further notified that the right of re demption will expire and a deed for said land be rtiatle within sixty days after the completed ser vice of this notice. By A. E. MERRILL, A. F. SENECHAL, tit His Agent. N()TKi ni:ioHi: TAX DKKD MI A 1.1. ISSUE To Winifred O'Brian, owner of record, and to party in possession, and to party in whose name the following: described land is taxed: You are hereby notilied that on the 12th day of Nov. A. D., 1906. the following: described piece or parcel of real estate, and situated in the county of Hughes, State of South Dakota to-wit: Dry Run Township all tliat part of the Southeast quar ter of Section 29, Township 111, North of Range 78 lying: South of D. P. and B. H. R'y. right-of way and containing 120 acres was sold for taxes due and delinquent thereon for the year 19^5, at Tax Sale by the Treasurer of said Comity to W. C. Foster who is now the lawful owner and holder of the certificate of purchase, said taxes then due and delinquent amounting to fourteen and sixty three one hundredths dollars, and that subsequent taxes to the amountof $38.19 have been paid, with interest, penalty and costs accrued $17.65 making total amount necessary to redeem $70.47. In addi tion thereto the cost of serving this notice must be paid, together with interest accruing after this date You are further notified that the rijsht of re demption will expire and a deed for said land be made within sixty days after the completed ser vice of this notice. W. C. FOSTER. Ry A. F. SENECHAL, First publication Jan. 6, 191o His Agent, ienerul LeaMv'Notlce. Notice is hereby given that all of the unleased school and endowment lands in the counties hereinafter named will be offered for lease at public auction, at the front door of the court house in the several counties oil the 17th day of March. 1910. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m., to-wit: Bon Homme, Brookings. Brown. Brule. Buffalo, Butte, Campbell. Codington, Custer,Davison, Deu el, Edmunds, Fajl River, Grant, Hamlin, Hanson, Hughes. Hutchinson, Hyde, Lake. Lawrence, Lincoln, Lyman, McPherson, Meade, Minnehaha, Moody, Pennington, Stanley, Turner, Union, Walworth, Yankton, Harding, Perkins and Tripp Counties. The leasing date in all other counties will be advertised later. Dated at Pierre this 10th day of January, 1910. O. C. DOKKEN, 28-9 Commissioner of School and Public Lands. Notice Thai Tax Deed Will iNMtie. State of South Dakota, j-ss County of Hughes State of South Dakota Sends Greeting: To Theodor Peterson: You are hereby notified, in accordance with the provisions of the statute in such case made and provided, that on the 11th day of November. 1907, the then Treasurer of said Hughes County exposed for sale and sold, at a regular public sale of lands for delinquent taxes, in and for said Hughes County, at the City of Pierre, the County Seat of said County, the following described real eetate. to-wit: Lots twenty-nine (29) and thirty (30) of Block eighty-seven (87), and Lots twenty (20) and twenty-one (21) of Block ninety (90), all in Wells Second Addition to the City of Pierre, said lots being sold separately, for the taxes of 1906 then due and delinquent thereon that said property was purchased by M. P. Goodner, and was afterwards assigned by the said Goodner to F. Y. Whitmore and was afterwards assigned by the said Whitmors to the said M. P. Goodner, who is now the lawful owner mnd holder of the certificates of purchase therefor. And, whereas, two years have now expired since the date of pur chase of said tracts or lots, and the property afore mentiondd has not been redeemed, you are also notified that the right of redemption will ex pire and a deed for said described property will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made, together with the accrued interest and the costs of this notice, within sixty days from the day of completed service of this notice on you. M. P. GOODNER. Owner of Certificates. First publication Dec. 9, 1909. SUMMONS Determining Adverse Claims to Real Estate. State of South Dakota In the Circuit Court J-ss thereof: County of Hughes. Sixth Judicial Circuit Elsie M. Bartlett. Plaintiff. vs. Mary Burton, Defendant SUMMONS Tha State of South Dakota, to the Above Named Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to an swer the complaint of the plaintiff, which was filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at city of Pierre in Hughes county, South Dakota, on the 9th day of December 1909. and which prays for a judgment quieting the title to and the determina-. tion of all adverse claims against the premises described in the complaint, situate in sud Coun- ty t&srfti i»ttfeirty*sjxS^ ia Steck tw«aty-fve (25) of the Fourth Railway Addition to the city of Pierre .according to the recorded plat thereof now .of record and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the undersigned at his office in the city of Pierre, S. Dak. within thirty days after the completed sersioeof this summons upon you, exclusive of theday of sach service: and if you fail to answer said complaint within that time tile plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demandad in the complaint. ZELL GUTHHIE. Attorney tePlaiafUr. 7tSM.J4.MNk IfcMkSIk, Max J. Kehr- Phone 15(5-JJ Sl'.ll MO N S Deteruiiuiii:*' Ailvnnc ClaluiM to Real ota) Vss 8. 1 State of South Dakota County of Hughes. Elsie M. Bartlett, Plaintiff, ^L,~-£4^l 1 In the Circuit Court thereof: Sixth Judicial Circuit Joseph E. Snyder and John H. Dusenbury, Defendants, SUMMONS The State of South Dakotu. to the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby summoned and required to an swer the complaint of the plaintiff, which was filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the City of Pierre in Hughes County, Sotith Dakota, on the 9th day of December. 1909, and which prays for a judgment quieting the title to and the determination of all adverse claims against the premises described in the complaint, situate in said County to-wit: Lot One 11) of Block twenty four 124) of Fourth Railway Addition to the city of Pierre according to the recorded plat thereof now of record and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the undersigned at his office in the city of Pierre. South Dakota, within thirty days after the completed service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and if you fail to answer said complaint within that time the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. ZELL GUTHRIE. Attorney for Plaintiff. 34-6—Dec. 16. 1909. Pierre. S. Dak. SUMMONS Determining Adverse Claims io Real Estate. State of South Dakota In the Circuit Court }-ss thereof: County'of Hughes. Sixth Judicial Circuit Elsie M. Bartlett. Plaintiff. ...... vs '. J. A. Scott. Defendant. ii :. SUMMONS. The State of South Dakota, to Above Named De fendant: You are hereby summoned and required to ans wer the complaint of the plaintifT, which was filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at City of Pierre, in Hughes county. South Dakota, on the 9th d,ay of December. 1999. and which prays for a_ judgment quieting the title to and the de termination of all adverse claims against the premises described in the camplaint, situate in said County, to-wit: Lot thirty-five 35) in Block twenty-five (25) of the Fourth Railway Addition to the City of Pierre according to the recorded plat thereof, now of record, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the undersigned at his office in the City of Pierre, 8. Dak., within thirty days after the completed service of tills summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and if you fail to answer said complaint within that time the plaintiff will apply to the Coart for ie!E«f uvulnnunl ili tite cunpiaint. ZELL GUTHRIE, Attorney for Plaintiff. 34-6—Dec. 16.1909. Pierre, S. Dak. D. A. W. PERKINS ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices IDState and United Stawg PALACE STABLES A N TRANSFER LINE Elegant Closed Carriages, lighted and heated, at yom .service at all times for parties, making calls, or pleasure driving. Orders taken day or night. We meet all train*. Trunks and baggage transferred anywhere in the city, or delivered at tlie depot and cheeked to their destination. Rates on Application- We buy and sell hordes. 4-A TELEPHONE 9 .IfiNNOiiri Avcniu' and Fori Street. DILLON & TERRY Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths Successors to F. W. Edson, Pierre. Heavy iron work and blacksmithing in all its details executed in a workrauulike manner, und satisfaction guaranteed. We Make Horseshoeing a Specialty We make a specialty of balancing the action and gait of the horse. In terfering, forging, stutubling aud lameness of the feet successfuly remedied. WE INVITE YOUR TRADE. The New Butcher's Ad Hus your neighbor told yon iihout. the good meat, slio lias been getting iL THE HILLSIDE CASH MARKET? We bundle only the betl grade of g-oods and are adding to our stock every day. This enables us to furnish fresh, wholesome meat at all times. Let us demonstrate what this means by giving us a trial order. We pay highest market prices for live poultry, butter and eggs: also dressed hogs and veal GEO. F\. f\IREY 6c CO. ^OU'rti Ua'lections and remittanoes promptly made. StBflMOaE, SO, DAK* Pierre, S. D. "Up to The Mark tt is what the town wauls when it comes to the food question. It's of highest .importance that you have contidence in THE MEAT YOU BUY The town over will verify our claim for "best of meats." There isn't a claim for superiority madetoy us that isn't substantiated. (Jet your roasts, steaks and stews here and you'll always be satisfied G. H. JAYNES Pleasant Drive, near Pierre Street State of South Dakota ss County of Hughes. In Justice Court, Before S. C. Yarnell, City Justice of the Peace 1 E Cit I I Albeit Hildebrandt, Plaintiff, vs. SUMMONS James Sekra, Defendant. The State of South Dakota Sends Greeting: To James Sekra, Defendant. You are hereby summoned to appear before me at me at my office in the City of Pierre, County of Hughes, State of South Dakota, on the 14th day of January, 1910, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to an- s^r the complaint of the above named p^Rin tift who claims to recover of you the sum of $33.50 with interest from December 1, 1909, same being for money borrowed, on or about said date and which you agreed to return on demand at y°u.r special instance and request, no part of which has been paid and for which demand has been made. And You Are Hereby Notified, that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint as above re* quired, said plaintiff will take judgment against you by default for the said amount of $33.50 with interest from December 1, 1909, with costs. S. C. YARNELL, City Justice of the Peace. The complaint in the above entitled action was filed in my office on January 10, 1910. This ac tion is ordered adjourned until January 28, 1910. at ten o'clock A. M. of that day. S. C. YARNELL, City Justice of the Peace. CHARLES W. HUMPHREY. Attorney for Plaintiff, Pierre, S. D. 38-3 DR. W. C. HULL Veterinary Surgeon All diseases of domestic animals suc cessfully treated. Injuries skillfully handled and cured where a cure can be effected. G. W. HUMPHREY ATTORNEY AT L1W. Practice before all courts. Special pt tention given to collections, and office matters PIERRE, SO. DAK S. B. STEGEMAN. M. D. and Surgeon. Special attention given to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses properly fitted. Who— IO MM Hilger Bioek. SUOUISk.Sa BAK?.