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DOCTORS ADVISED OPERATION
DECIDED TO TRY 6REAT
KIDNEY REMEDY
'I want to tell you in a few words what
your Swamp-Root did for me, believing
that my testimony may do some other suf
,,iering person a great deal of good.
5* About six years' ago, I was dangerously
ill, consulted three doctors, all of whom
said I had kidney trouble. One of the
doctors analyzed my urine and reported
that I had gravel, and further said that
in order to regain my health and life, an
operation would be necessary. I did not
want te be operated on as I was afraid
that I would not recover. Someone told.
me of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and said
it WM a reliable medicine for kidney
trouble I decided to try it and went
to Mr. Rose, the druggist, at 303 Central
Ave, Minneapolis, and bought a bottle,
took aeticed results and continued
taking it until I was entirely cured.
Eira( been free from any kidney
trouble far over six years, I consider that
I am absolutely cured and know that
Swamp-Hast has the credit.
I nner fail to tell my friends about'
your remedy, as I believe it is the best of
(ts kind. Your O Ointment is also
very good. We are never without a jar
in our house.
Yours very truly,
I MRS. MARGARET E. ANDERSON,
Minneapolis, Minn.
State of Minnesota
gg
County of Hennepin
Personally appeared before me this 23rd
day of Sept., 1909, Mrs. Margaret E.
Anderson of the City of Minneapolis of
the State of Minnesota, who subscribed
the above, and on oath says that the same
is true in substance and in fnct.
Judge.
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A.
S/'-f/,:
M. M. KTCRRIDGE,
Notary Public.
Commission expires March 26, 1914.
Irfittor to
Dr. Kilmer A Co.
Blnghamhtn, X. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention this paper.
For sale at all drug stores. Price fifty
cents and one-dollar.
Same Old Point.
Jack—I went gunning in the coun
try one day last week.
Tom—Bag anything?
Jack—Nothing but my trousers.
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/JJTifrl tftfATSM? H°V£D CJtiSIf.
Procrastination.
"I heard a tale the other day of a
postponing chap, who thought he'd
buy a wheel so gay, but—'They will be
cheaper, perhaps.' And so he dallied
year by year, the cheapest wheel to
buy but long before the cheapest
gear, that yap he had to die! And so,
by putting off the day, we miss the
"WiiiG of life 3,12d some 9.r? in
Just, that way who thus will miss a
wife! Get busy now, you timid swain,
procrastinate no more, for time is
eurely on the wane, and you a bache
lor! Some wait too long to make a
THE FIRST TASTE
Laarned to Drink Coffee When a Baby.
If parents realized the fact that cof
fee contains a drug—caffeine—which is
especially- harmful to children, they
would doubtless hesitate before giving
the babies coffee to drink.
"When 1 was a child in my moth
er's arms and first began to nibble
things at the table, mother used to
give me sips of coffee. As my parents
used coffee exclusively at meals I
never knew there was anything to
drink but coffee and water.
"And so I contracted the coffee
habit early. I remember when quite
young the continual use of coffee BO
affected my parents that they tried
roasting wheat au4 barley, them
(round it In the coffca-mill. aa a sub
stitute for coffee.
"But it did not taut* right awl they
went back to coffee again. That was
long before PoBtum was ever heard
of. I continued to use co*ee until I
waa 27, and when I got tmto office,
work, I began to have nervoua spella.
Especially after breakfast I was ao
nervous I could scarcely attend to my
correspondence.
"At night, after having coffee for
•upper, I could hardly sleep, and on
rising in the morning would feel weak
and nervous.
"A friend persuaded me to try
Postum. My wife and I did not like
It at first, but later when boiled good
end strong it was fine. Now we would
not give up Postum for the best poffee
we ever tasted.
"I can now get good sleep, am free
from nervousness, and headaches. 1
recommend Postum to all eoffte drink
ers.''
Read "The Road te WeUyUle,"la
"There's a Reasorn."
Ever Ttsi the sktTt lett«rt A s*w
•M appears from tlas* ts« tiasa. They
are
S«BUIBCI
true,
laterest.
'a.
STANLEY
BE CUT UP INTO SEVERAL
rs- IS BATTLEGROUND
LINES MAY STAND AWHILE
pick of husbands or of wife, and then of the association will then bo de
some take a broken stick and make a livered. Dr. Philander P. Claxton of
moss of life."—H. B. Benedict, in the Univers'ty of Tenne-see, one or
the best known edit ators in the conn-
w4 full ef kuui
it
Sharp Rivalry Between the Towns For
County Seat Honors May De
feat Division Plan For
Several Years
Pierre—While a large majority of
the people of western Stanley county
appear to be anxious to have that big
couaty caned into smaller counties,
the fact that too many ambitious
towns are looking for county seat hon
ors is likely to leave them for at least
another two years without any change
in boundary lines, and appear to be
willing to allow the westerners to :t
loosa if they can agree on where they
want to be parted. .But while division
sentiment appears to be generally rife
in the western half, the sentiment Is
not unan'mous, as the Midland boom
ers can not see any possibilities for
themselves in getting into the rounty
seat game under any division plan
proposed, and have organized to fight
any division plan.' The divisioniFts in
their anxiety to get the kind of divi
sion they want are working at cross
purposes, and while all claim to be
working for div'sion, they are likely
to result in disappointment for all.
The Philip people want the western
half of the county cut off and called
Iowa. This would leave Philip nice'y
situatet in about the center of the new
county as a live railroad town on the
Northwestern line, and the chances
fc county si at honors at the st.
Down on the Milwaukee line th's plan
does not meet with favor, and tliey
want, a county of their own to he rail
ed Jackson, which would put :d ik"*
in nice location for county seat hon
ors. Up in the northwes'e.n corner,
without a railroad town, bui with nu
merous ambitious postoflues tb:y
want sterling county, and the privies
ot being allowed to fight the county
seat honors out among themselves as
a fam ly row with no outside inter
ference after they get their county.
And the whole combination is miliing
around, each for himself and against
all the others with little apparent
probability ot any division.
Down in Lyman they appear to have
the divis'ou sentiment pretty 1!
crystalized on the Jones county divi
sion out of the west end. About
only apparent opposition comes from
Presho which won'tl be on the di ion
'ine and can't see any chance of coun
seat honors in the plan and 1
frf iJins out. but the two ends of the
county are apparently willing to try
the plan out..
The county d'vision proposition is
iroin^ to be a live one west of the
river for several years wit'1 sue! ar
counties as 'Perkins, Corson, Dewey,
Meade and Pennington to slice up.
Vet alone the result after the vote in
Stonlcy this year.
A.
WILL MEET AT HURON
South Dakota Educational Association
Will Meet November 1st.
Huron—The twenty-eighth ann-ai
meeting of the South Dakota Etiu
eational Association will open in
this city Tuesday, November 1st, *on
tinuing three days. TLis will bring
to Huron between 1,200 and 1,400 eo
ple including many well known edu
cators from other states, a program
is one of spec'al interest and enum
erates topics for discussion bearing dl
r«i:tly upon school, college and pene ai
educational work. Hon. 35. I-. Al el of
Huron will deliver the address of wel
come. Prof. W. E. .lolmson of Aber
deen will respond. The address of A.
McDonald of Sioux Falls, pres dent
try is named on the program fo- an
address to be delivered by Prof. Milton
Fairrhild of Oberlin, now spe. ial in
structor for the Moral Edu atio al
Board. Many speakers of prom.ne::ce
will he present.
Officers of the association are: Pres
ident, A. A. McDonald of Sioux Falls
corresponding secretary, J. Fred dan
der, P'erre recording secretary, Nina
M. Nash. Aberdeen and treasurer,
Joseph Swenson, Parker. Hurm is
making preparation for the prcper
entertainment of all visitors and dele
gates.
Aberdeen—Somebody in the north
west is out an even thousand 1 a.«
but he doesn't care much about it judg
ing froan his lack of apparent interest
in recsvering the money. A few days
affo, a car cleaner on an eastbound
Milwaukee tra^n out' of Aberdeen,
fouad a well-fllled purse on a chair In
a tar. He reported the find, and the
purse was forwarded to the train dis
patcher at Aberdeen by exprrss. There
was |1.J5 charges on the purse when It
reached the dispatcher, and le refu el
to pcy the charges, fearing the
might not claim the puisc snd h'
weuld be cut that much. Aoeord nglv.
tbe purse remains in the custody of
the express company here A dsy o.
two later, an employe of the l'^al of
fice ef the company became curi
and opened the pn'se, and he was ir
prised to find $1,000 in crisp ci'Is with
in the receptacle. No claimant baa
yet appeared for the purse.
Canton—Perry Elster, a we'l kniwn
young farmer of La Valley t.wnsh'p.
this county, received fatal 'njuries
in' a- runaway Sundav aft"rnoRD
near his home, from which he -?d
iitonday' erening at six o'clock. No
one knows how the accident happened.
A friend saw the team running and
tfcea the body of man plunge for
ward into the road. He ran to asaist
and found Mr. Bister unconsclo s. and
he remained in a stupor until the end
same. He was unmarried, lived with
will be burled in. the Beaver Creek
church cemetery.
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ONE OF THE BIG COUNTIES TO
VOTED ON SUFFRGE
Federation of Woman's Clubs Turned
Down Favorable Resolution
Aberdeen—By a vote of 16 to 2®, the
South Dakota Federation of Woman's
Clubs in session in this city refused
to give its official sanction to th®
woman suffrage cause, a resolution
endorsing the pending amendment
to the constitution of the state,
giving women the privilege of the
ballot, bein^, rejected by that vote,
lit is only fair to state, however, that
a number of delegates were not in the
convention hall when the question wafc
brought up. Also, some of the advo
cates of equal suffrage felt the federa
tion should not be brought into the
campaign as a body. These explana
tions are given by suffragists who fear
the vote of the federation will have
an adverse influence on public senti
ment, and are probably correct. It is
known that representatives ot the
South Dakota Equal Suffrage associa
tion privately urged the de^gates not
to attempt to have the federation en
dorse the suffrage amendment this
year, but the more eager suffragists,
believing a majority of the club wom
en want the ballot, insisted upon put
ting the question to a vote.
The convention concluded its de
liberations yesterday by electing of
ficers as follows: President, M'ss Em
ma Hall of Milbank vice president,
Mrs. Housman of Dell Rapids •corre
sponding secretary, Mrs. Zillah Wilson
of Aberdeen recording secretary, Miss
Robinson of Pierre treasurer, Mrs.
Mona Reeve of Flandreau auditor,
Mrs. Mary Aken of Flandreau general
federation secretary, Mrs. H. E. Hend
rick of Sioux Falls eastern division
correspondent. Mrs. Belle Bulterfleld
of M'tchell western division corre
spondent, Mrs. Claribel Tillot:on of
his father and was one of the inert, This present work by the
(popular young men in the county. He
The convention was one of the most
largely attended in the history of the
federation, and the sessions were all
very busy ones. Under the constitu
tion, none of the retirin gofficers could
,he re-elected, but the work of the of
ficials was given flattering endorse
ment.
Editor Gets Dandy Windfall
Beresford—Corn breeders of the
state are at once interesied in the
latest enterprise launched by A. J.
Wimple of this place, the oag nator
of Wimple's yellow dent, and the ac
knowledged corn king of the state.
The entire yield of seed corn from
Mr. Wimple's fields is contracted for
by a seed company, before the grain
is planted, but this year he has reserv
ed the privilege of selecting the best
100 ears from the field, and has g'ven
them to the editor of the Beresford
Republic with the understanding that
they be sold to the highest bidder be
fore December 22, and the proceeds
go to the editor for a Christmas pres
ent. in acknowledgement of the part
he has taken in the good seed agna
tion. Before, the matter was made
public, the bids went to $25 and Mr.
Wimple exi'.ccts that the successful
bid will not be short of $1Q0.
Big Smoke For Huron
Huron—Headquarters for the Da
kota, Minnesota, Pierre and Rapid
City d'visions of
1
Pierre—The state land department
is keeping its field force busy in the
Black Hills selecting the lands
which the state expects to take in
lieu of sections 16 and 36, wh'ch
lie in the government forest reser.e.
The state will surrender all these see
tiros to the government and take its
lands on the border of the reserve,
where the government will release a
like amount of land to the state, and
each will handle its own timber in a
compact body without in any way
clashing as to authority or powers.
Commissioner Dokken, following the
work of his predecessor, is the man
who finally brought the proposition
down to something defin'te and Is
pushing to clear the work before the
end of his term as commissioner.
Roscoe—-Roscoe Is again in the lime
l^ght with one of its citirens being in
duced to cash a draft for a partv who
represented that he was the general
agent for the Western Loan and Truat
Co., of Los Angeles, Cal. This party
appeared here under the name of Gee.
B. Gasser, and after filling up a cit'
ren on gas, got a yellow expense Craft
cashed. Of course in due time, the
draft was returned with the advises
that there was no such firm as the
Western Loan and Trust Co., In Los
Angeles.
Belle Fourche—Elmer Stumbsugh,
the farmer of Indian Creek, who
was convicted of manslaughter for
killing Louis Arpan, his neighbor,
during a quarrel over a rail fence,
was sentenced by Judge Rice in the
circa't court to serve twelve years in
the penitentiary. Stumbaugh i= well
to do and, will probably appeal, the
case.
Pierre—Another big irr'gat'on proj
ect for the western part of the state
is one of tbe possibilities of the near
future in the vicinity of Rapid City.
S. R. Green, assistant state engineer
is now working on Box Elder creek In
tbe vicinity of Blackhawk, not far
from Rapid City. It is claimed that
the possibilities at that place are al
most equal to those of the Belle
Fourche project, and that the goTera
m«nt work at one time hung between
the Blackhawk and Belle Fourche
Btate is attractlng the
^4
iV^'i
si
lie Chicago a.id
Northwestern railway system will ba
located here soon. The offices will be
transferred from Chicago to Huron. C.
T. Dike has been selected as general i
perintendent and is already here. The
offices of the company are being en
larged and will be ready for n
pancy in a few days. The selection o!
Huron for headquarters of thrse west
ern divisions is a long stride loward
making Huron one of the most import
ant railway centers in this part of the
northwest. It is definitely settled that
a new passenger depot will be ere ted
here, very soon. It 11 be one of the
largest structures of its kind owned
by the Northwestern system and will
be thoroughly equipped and modern
in every particular.
HIS LIVELIHOOD AT STAKE
Certainly Candidate for Governor
Could Not Expect to Get
That Vote. s*
An incident in which former Gov
ernor Odell of New York figured as
the ylctim was told by Col. James
Hamilton l^wis at a recent banquet.
"When Governor Odell was last
running for office," said Colonel Lew
is. "there had been a great deal of
talk about. Niagara Falls and the elec
trical power that could be conferred
on all parts of New York. One day
an old negro halted Mr. Odell and
said:
"'Mr. Odeil. is yo' runnin' for gov'
ner, sah?'
'I am,' answered the candidate.
'I guess yo' wane my vote, den,'
said the colored man.
'Well, I would like to have your
vote, Zeb. I have known you for
STATS
people
part of the state and they are doing
all they can to help aong the survey.
or
OHIO Cirv ov TOLEDO.
BO
many years.'
'Well, I list want to ask you a
question, Mr. Odell, befo' I give mah
vote to you. Are yo' for electric lights
in dis town?'
"Well. Zeb, I am for all modern im
provements,' said Odell, with a slight
flourish.
'Well, Bah, I can't vote for you,'
Baid Zeb with firmness. 'Yo' done for
get dat I is a lamp lighter.'"
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AWFUL BURNING ITCH CURED
IN A DAY
"In the middle of the night of March.
30th I woke up with a burning itch in
my two hands and I felt as if I could
pull them apart. In the morning the
itching had gone to my chest and dur
ing that day it spread all over my
body. I was red and raw from the ton
of my head to the soles of my feet and
I was in continual agony from the
itching. I could neither lie down nor
sit up. 1 happened to see about Cuti
cura Remedies, and I thought I would
give them a trial. I took a good bath
with the Cuticura Soap and used the
Cuticura Ointment. I put it on from
my head down to my feet and then
went to bed. On the first of April I
felt like a new man. The itching was
almost gone. I continued with the
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment
and during that day the itching com
pletely left me. Frank Gridley, 325
East 43rd Street, New York City, Apr.
27, 1909." Cuticura Remedies are sold
throughout the world Potter Drug &
Chem. Corp., Solo Props, Boston, Mass.
Church Unity.
Richard, aged five, was being inter
TicVtcd rcs«««*{* to his scliool work.
"And where do you go to Sunday
school?" was next asked.
"To the Episcopal," he replied.
"What have you learned there?"
'Honor thy father and thy moth
er,' he said. "And, lo you know, I
went down to the Methodist church
the other day and they were teaching
the same thing there!"—Lippincott's
Magazine.
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LUCAS COU.NTT.
FRANK
J.
CHENEY
BALL'S CATARRH CUKE.
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makes oath that he Is senior
partner of Uie firm of F. J. CmsEr & Co., doing
business In the City ot Toledo. County and 8tat«
p.toresaid. and that said firm will par the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
case of
CATARRH
for each and every
that cannot be curcd by the use of
FRAXK J.
apm
CHENEY.
Swora to before me and subscribed In my presence,
this (tl» day ot December,
A.
D., 18S6.
I A. W. GLEASON.
NOTAKT PUBLIC.
Hall's Ontaurh Ctire Is taken Internally and acta
Atnotly
the blood and mucous surface* ot the
fstea. Bead tor testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O.
k? an Druggists, lie.
Xatas KalTs Painllr Pills for eonotlpattaa.
And Endless Job.
"TO bet I could keep a fairy god
mother busy."
"Aa *o kowr
"I'd kave her look after my touring
r*Uian
of tb»t
fMNai
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Bay J*an ui Hides. Send for catalog 105.
V. W. Bid* 4 yur Co.. Minneapolis, Minn.
Contrary Issuea.
cut
"Be Blinks has had his income
down?"
"Tee f*at Is why he 5s BO much
Cltt upw"
A XM honest remedy for Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and Sore Throat is Hamlin*
Oil. Nothing will so quickly drive
•ut all pais and inflammation. ,,
The Next V/ar.
"Waa a bomb dropped on the ship?"
"Tea, but it was counterbalanced by
a torpedo which exploded under her
at the same moment."—Judge.
Wbdawt Sovtbutg sjnp,
tecthinc, wfte&Btbegams, reduces
in*
ij iiiiTfi.WiT—wlnrt rntir 2oo»botU«r
A eatategue of vices never led any
m* lata virtue.
PUTNAM
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THE
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BOYS- SHOES,*2.00,»2.50 &»3.00. BESTIN
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4.
STEADT
WHITE
UCHT
for
One of the Best Rest Cures.
Is a good story.
To many women it is as good as a
trip away from home.
When you are tired out and your
nerves are on edge, try going off by
yourself and losing yourself in some
good story. You will, in nine cases
out of ten, come back rested and in
vigorated.
One woman who has passed serene
ly through many years of hard work
and worry that go with the managing
of a house and bringing up of a large
family of children, 6aid that she con
sidered it the duty of every busy
housekeeper to read a certain amount
of "trash," light fiction, for the rest
and change to the mind that it would
give.
Try it, you who lead a strenuous
life, and who sometimes grow exceed
ingly weary of the same.
Planning a Desperate Revenge.
The haughty, imperious beauty
handed him back his ring.
"Now that all is over between us,"
she said, "f suppose you wiii buy a
revolver and put an end to your
wretched existence?"
"Worse than that!" he hissed, being
careful to introduce the necessary
sibilant "far wors-s-se! I shall steal
a revolver! And I shall-shoot your
measly little sore-eyed poodle!"
A wild shriek burst from her lips.
She fell upon her knees and
But he had gone.
Laying trie Foundation.
"Why are you always so careful to
isk advice about what you are going
to do?"
"So that if things go wrong I can
say 'I told you so.'"
any ether dye. One 10c MCkage celors all liber*. They
far lr«e booktsl—How to 0|«, Bleach an-J MU Calert.
The Kind You Hart
1 Always Bought
•if&l
Bears the
Signature
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W. L. Douato* 93.aa. fS.BOmnl *4.0Qmhmmm
•re josfmr«(y thm bast mmdo mna most W*- ::J
ular shozs for* fftd striam Amorlom, mnumrm
thm momt wonoiii/ca/ mhoM for ymm tm taor*
So you realize Unit my oboes have heen the standard for over
ko mid Bell more 93.OO, I3.SO and M.OO
SO years, that 1 make ..
Bhoes than any other manufacturer in tbe U.S.. and that DOIj
UK FOB DOLI.AU, I GUAKANTKE MY8HOS8 to hold their
shape, look and Ot better,and wear longt'r than any other A3.00,
W3.CO or (M.OO Hliocs you can buy Q'lulltr counttt. It has
made my IIIOOR THIS LKADEKS 6F TIIS WORLD.
WORLD.
Yon will be pleused when you bufmyihoiu because of the
fit and appnaraneo, and when It comes time for youtopur
cliase another pair, you witl be more than pVcaned beoauue
tlie last ones wore so well, and save yon BO LL.lich comfort:.
CAUTION! liMrip iinii priceetamped on tilebolKntl.TAICE NO SUBSTITUTE
XI your dealer cannot supiily you with W. Douglas 81i*»«. write for Mall Order Catalog.
W. L.. llOUatAg, Its Mpu-k
SftSj^rrtous
MlreeL.
BriKktM,
Jhe Rnyo Lamp is a high (rrade lamp, sold at a iow prioa.
Thnre arc lamps that cost. more, but tliorol iioVstterlnmpmodeataiiy
prlco. Constructd of solid brass nickel nlatot'—easily kciitcldan aa
fe ornament to any room in any house. There I
Keeps the spindle bright and
free from grit. Try a box.'
Sold by dealers everywhere.
STANDAND
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ism
In
Osi
For Over
wi I
'i Thirty Years
CUSTOM
Maaa.
BDOUXDB
of lamp-making that can add to tliovaluo of the RAYOLainpasallgm-artthetoknown
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descriptive circular to the nearest agency of tho
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