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WILL SOON
RETURN
That Well Organized and
Successful Corps of Med
ical Specialists known as
UNITED DOCTORS
Will Be at Locke Hotel
Pierre, Wednesday,
May 10.
ONE DAY ONLY
JRemarkable Success tof These
Talented Physicians in the
Treatment of Chronic
in
Diseases
These doctors are considered by
many former patients among Amer-
-..-.rr-r.iAJt SssHirtff ofnmuoh Utul rwfVP
specialists and are exp«rin in t!nj
tre&tment of chronic diseases and so
great and wonderful have been their
results that in many cases it is hard
indeed to find the dividing line be
tween skill and miracle.
Diseases of the stomach, intestines,
liver, blood, skin, nerves, heart,
spleen, kidneys, or bladder, rheuma
tism, sciatica, diabetes, bed-wetting,
leg ulcers, weak lungs and those af
flicted with long-standing, deep-seat
ed, chronic diseases, that have baffled
the skill of the family physician,
should not fail to call.
According to their system no more
operations for appendicitis, gall
-stones, tumors, goiter or certain
forms of cancer. They are among
the first in America tc earn the name
of the "Bloodless Surgeons", by do
ing away with knife, with blood and
with all pain in the successful treat
ment of these dangerous diseases.
If you have kidney or bladder
.troubles bring a two-ounce bottle
of your urine for chemical analysis
,Miand microscopic examination.
Deafness often has been cured in
sixty days.
No matter what your ailment may
be, no matter what others may have
told you, no matter what experience
yon may have had with other physi
fexians, it will be to your advantage to
'•see them at once. Have it forever
jettledTin. your mind. If your case is
incurable they will give you such ad
vice as may relieve and stay the
disease. Do not put off this duty you
owe yourself or friends or relatives
who are suffering because of your
sickness, as a visit this time costs
you nothing and may help you.
Married ladies must come with
their husbands and minors with their
fathers.
Office at Locke Hotel, Pierre, S.
D,, Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m., Wednes
dsy, May 10.
South Shore, S. D., Jan. 11, 1911.
United Doctors,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Dear 8irs:—I thought I would write
few lines to let you know how we
are getting along because 1 think you
Tcnld be glad to hear. My wife is
feeling lots better than .she has felt
for 8 years after taking about 2
months of your treatment. I will
have you give her 4 months more af
ter these 4 run out if I can rustle the
money. 1 am feeling good myself af
ter your 4 months treatment. I think
a little more treatment is necessary.
1
Please intorm me in regard to this
matter if you think it is best.
Yours truly,
E. van Meredith.
Mrs. A. G. Olson, of Clark, S. D.,
writes the United Doctors are curing
ker.
Martin Lynstad, Volin, S. D., says
he la entirely cured of stomach and
kidney trouble.
Gena Olson, El gran, S. D., cured of
nevrous break down.
Wm. Parsons, Estelline, S.
nearly cured of bladder trouble that
..has bothered him for years
P. H. Prantz, Aberdeen, says he is
doing fine auder the United Doctors'
ttesune&t.
Mrs. C.' C. Krogh, Huron, cured of
^Jood trouble.
S. 8. Zimmerman, of Montrose, S
the United Doctors cured
With feo«^»mant
totae^Taylor, Egto.S.D.
me nevst expected to get suoh
-tort a time. Mist
Doctors'treifiSefit.
N. D.. cared
tfouble.
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MAY PROVE FATAL
When Will Pierre People Learn
of It?
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You will gladly profit by the follow
ing experience.
'Tis the honest statement of a suffer
er who was cured.
J. E.Williams, Curley, S. Dak., says:
"I was in bad shape with kidney com
plaint when I began taking Doan's Kid
ney Pills. The use of two boxes was
all that was necessary to cure me and I
have not been troubled since. My suf
fering before taking this remedy was
intense. There were severe pains in
my kidneys and hips and my health was
run down. Out of gratitude to Doan's
Kidney Fills for the permanent cure
they affected, I shall always have a
good word to say for them."
PIERRE PARK POULTRY FARM
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Buff Rocks
Eggs
The
Backache is only a simple thing at
first
But when you know 'tis from the
kidneys
That serious kidney troubles follow
That diabetes, Bright's disease may
be the fatal end,
and White Wyandottes,
and Stock for Sale
The Bull Rock Cockeral at the head
of my 1st pen won the first prize at
the state poultry show at Mitchell,
S. D., January 31 to February 3. 1
have other prize winners mated to
him.
H. D.
KXUEIM I-
J. titj ii oubl. JiL "'iij \v(juti
Editor Soun and the business men de
veloped another chapter the other
night, when a reporter on the Senu
paper claims he waa assaulted by a sa
loon keeper of Deadwood. After the
latter had paid his line the injured man
was arrested and fined for carrying
concealed VV^&^OIIK
Gov, Vessey has granted a pardon to
Mrs. Rose Cooper, who was sentenced
from Hughes county on a charge of
grand larceny.
Mexican revolution discounted right
in Chicago. Somebody used a ball
cartridge in a state battle and an Indian
and a cowboy were wounded.
It is rumored that the Milwaukee
road will build from Big Stone to Flan
dreau upon the adoption of the recipro
city treaty with Canada. .........
We warn Gen. Madero that for him
there's nothing in the Fabian policy of
delay. The other fellow, has got the
tamales and the mules.
Our seacoasts have their three-mile
limits within which foreign belliger
ents cannot fight each other. Every in.
tornationa! boundary should have a
three-mile limit also.
The Deadwood Telegram is carrying
new picture of the candidate it is
persistently booming for the presidency
next year. The photo shows the Col
onel wearing a larger pair of auto gog.
gles and a more ferocious set of teeth
than formerly.
Financial Etymology.
Long ago, OK an occasion when the
Btock mai'ket showed slgr.s of manipu
lation in an advance defying all the
current news, one of the shrewdest
writers on stocks started to describe
It as "buoyant." The adjective did
not satisfy him and he modified it to
'flamboyant/' This did not quite ex
press the peculiar condition and he
was reduced to inventing a word. Th$,
word was "flimflamboyant."
••'gwflsggE^WiaB1
Pinch yer sifter's iuuff, Jimmy.
We .want dat muff fer de Captain's
bearskin cap," "She won't lemme have
de mufE." "Well, ain'i yer got yer
trusty two-handed sword?" "Yes but
she's got a hatpin." ^s,:=J
^Abstinence Necessary.
Dla you ever no(,e how a dog, even a
puppy, will avoid meals once in a
'while and then promptly recover ap
petite? Indian youths, as a part of
their training, were compelled to
make long journeys through the for
ests while abstaining from food. In
the feudal days of Japan the child
had the same ordeal thruBt upon him
for his health's sake. The Indian and
Japanese today furnish us Americans
mute types of endurance.
Prize Winning Apples.
A Butler county (Mo.) farmer stop
ped at a store in one of the small
towns on his way to the county fair
aiid picked a dime's worth of apples
tfom a basket. He entered them at
the fair and von a two-dollar prem
ium.
Viorsc Hubby.
Isjaj^jripnalj! enough, whep wlf#
buvs a horse on her
pouywai-ifs- a
|8 MM«lo.
L»«e is a' rich strain of music, «u»
too
fair.tb
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New Conveyancing Blanks.
Ready for delivery, new forms of
conveyancing blanks prescribed by leg
islature of 1911. On and after July 1,
instruments not conforming to these
blanks will be charged double record
ing fee. Price '25 cents per dozen:
Assignment af real estate mortgage.
Assignment of real estate mortgage by corpor
ation.
Deed. Warranty.
Deed, warranty, by corporation.
Deed, quit claim. ,,
Deed, quit claim, by corporation.
Mortgage, real estate.
Mortgage, real estate, by corporation.
Satisfaction of real estate mortgage.
Satisfaction of real cstatc£mortgage. by corpor
ation.
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The
N E W S IN IN O
'••'"''Reason a He!
-::2,'hL to csl
proud physician, as
tune.—Epietetus.
Aberdeen, S. D.
Miffi'l'Shd Corr^p'exlo'ns.
Sir.'.i' g-irls nevt-s improve their
r:mds. because .1 hey 'are too busy im
proving: ihtir complexions.
in Trouble.
in reason. like a
a help in misfor
To Church on a Traction Engine.
Jim Nixon went to church last Sun
day on his steam threshing traction
engine. Jim said he had got. good
and derned tired of taking to the
ditch with his horse and wagon ev
ery time he met one of those dod
blasted automobiles, and thought he
would ride down the road in a rig
they couldn't jar.—Hedge Corners
(Mass.) Herald.
Soothed Boston Babe'.
Boston infant was restless and
•'rrvish, Its nurse hs.d crooi.10^
"Rcek-a-by, baby, on the tree top,
when the wind blows the cradle will
rock," a long time in vain. The babe
would not fall under Its influence.
Then its fond mother sans to it gen
tly: "The vibrating atmosphere
causes the soporific receptacle where
in the babe lies ensconced tooscillate
in the .arboreal apex ." No need to
chant further. Instantly soothed, the
babe, with a satisfied smile, fell away
In slumber.
The Overamused Children.
Don't make your children blase by
giving them too many treats. Young
children do not need amusements the
more simply and quietly they live the
more chance is there that they will
grow up 5iroii& and }iCziItl' y. Ovsr
amused children are never happy they
are always craving for more excite
ment, and, consequently, are discon
tented.
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aq} tnojj aureu siq JJOOJ aao A\jdm
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aqi uj sXBp aq} 0} anp si
uqor atcfBti aq jo ssauuomtuoD aqj.
A. F. Dotson & E. W. Simpson
Experienced Funeral D1
rec
tors and Kmbnliuera.
South Dakota License No. 214. New
and Modern Equipment. Capital A ve.
Block.
Store Plione No. 273
Res. Plione 205 or 81A
St. Mary's Hospital
Personally conducted by-
BENEDICTINE SISTERS
The largest, best equipped and most
up-to-date hospital in South Dakota
Surgical operations skillfully and
successfully performed.
riEKRE, M. II
Babyfj
dreams
fcomegl
I true
Here'* the soap your Baby dreamed
about.
Here'* the soap that can't smart Baby's
BEACOM'S BABY SOAP
Punt ii
PKU-.Y_~7
Notice ForPubiication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office
at Pierre, S. D., April 3rd, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Joseph Hunsley, of
Canning, S. D.. who. on May 27.1907, made H. E.
Mr.
9707. Serial No. 07080, for N. W. 34 of the N.
W.
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Section 9, Township U0 North. Range
West. 5th P. Meridian, has filed notice of mten
tion to make Final Commutation Proof, to estab
lish claim tu the land above described, before the
Register and Receiver, at Pierre S. D., on the loth
day of May, 191L
Claimant names as witnesses: ,-t
Jacob Krell. of Pierre, S. D.
James Hunaley,
it
"it
Charley Klink
Andrew Smith of Onida, S. D.
jOHN L. LOOKHART.
48-5
Dated, April 17th. 1911.
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CA NTS
25 cents brings you a quarter pound
cak* ol this pur« Soap.
oor money back if not plwsod.
ir
BBA.COM CO., Pierre, S- D.
.-Vs...--, •••4.T4 •••,•
Register.
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Whereas, default has been made in the condi
tions of a certain mortgage dated June 4th,
1907, jriven by L. C. Dewing and Almira A. Dew
ing. liia wife, mortgagors, to M. G. Carlisle, of
Brookings, South Dakota, mortgagee, which
mortgage was duly filed for record in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Hughes County, South
Dakota, June 7th, 1007, at 9:45 o'clock a. m. and
recorded in Book 79 of mortgages at page 242
thereof, said mortgage being upon the premises
hereinafter described, and which mortgage was
thereafter and on June 11, 1907, together with
the notes accompanying the same, duly sold and
assigned by said mortgagee to A. A. Smith, of
Attica, New York, for a valuable consideration by
a duly acknowledged instrument in writing,
which assignment was duly filed for record and
recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of
»aiu Hughes County, South Dakota, on the 6th
day of August A D. 1907. at the hour of 8 o'clock
a. m. and recorded in Book 97 of mortgages on
page 578 thereof, and the said A. A. Smith is now
owner and holder of said mortgage, and.
Whereas, the default made in the conditions of
said mortgage consists in the non-payment of the
interest coupon attached to said note dated June
4th, 1907 and due June 4th, 1910, for the sum of
$66.00 and said mortgage and note coniammK tlio
provision that in case of default in the payment
of any interest upon said note at maturity that
said mortgagee or his assignee might declare the
whole sum secured by said mortgage due and
payable, and said assignee of said mog^agee hav
ing elected to declare the whole sum secured by
said mortgage due and payable, there is at
the date hereof due and owing thereon the sum
of Twelve Hundred and Sixty-Three and Sixteen
One-Hundreciths ($1263.16) Dollars principal and
interest, no part of which has been paid, and
Whereas, no proceedings at law otherwise have
been had for the collection of said mortgage debt
or any part thereof.
Now therefore, notice is hereby given that said
mortgage premises, to-wit:
The South East Quarter of Section Thirty One
ioi),
in Township Otic IZuiiuFcu and Twelve (112),
North of Range Seventy Nine (79 West of the
Fifth Principal Meridian, situated in the 'ounty
of Hughes and State of South Dakota, will be
sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said Coun
ty of Hughes, or one of his deputies- at the front
door of the court house in the City of Pierre*
County of Hughes and State of South Dakota on
Saturday, the 20th day of May A. D., 19U. at the
hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of said day,
and the proceeds of such sale applied to the pay
ment of the costs of foreclosure and sale, includ
ing statutory attorneys' fee and to the payment
of said mortgage debt, principal and interest.
Dated at Brookings, South Dakota, this 3rd day
of April, A. D. 1911.
MARY K. SMITH,
Executrix of the Estate of A. A. Smith, De
ceased, assignee and holder of said mortgage
J.W. LAUGHLIN,
Sheriff within and for Hughes
County, South Dakota.
HALL, RODDLE & PURDY,
Attorneys for Mary K. Smith. Executrix of the
estate of A. A. Smith. Deceased. 48-7
Notice to Owner Before Tax Deed Shall
To, Charles H. T.indsey, holder of the record title
and party in whose name the herein described
properly is taxed:
You are hereby notified, that on the 9th day of
November. 1901, the following described pieces or
iarcels of real estate, taxed in the name of Char
es H. Lindsey. and situated in the County of
Hughes, State of South Dakota, at. follows: Lots
Six (6) and Seven (7) of Block Fifvy-six (56) of
the Fifth Railway Addition to the City of Pierre,
according to the recorded plat thereof, were sold
for taxes due and delinquent for the year 1900, at
tax sale by the Treasurer of said County of
Hughes to Hughes County and was by said pur
chaser duly assigned by Resolution of the Board
of County Commissioners of Hughes County,
South Dakota, to Zell Guthrie who is now the
lawful holder of said certificates of purchase.
Numbers, 982 and 983. That said taxes then due
and delinquent amounted to $14.96, and that sub
sequent taxes to the amount of, including inter
est, penalty and costs accrued have been paid,
making total amount necessary to redeem $79.96,
and in addition thereto the cost of service of this
notice, together with such interest as may accrue
after this date, that the same must be paid and
that the right of redemption will expire and a
deed for said land will be made within sixty days
from the completed service of this notice.
ZELL GUTHRIE.
50-6 Owner of Certificates.
Notice.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that a special session of
the Board of County Commissioners of Hughes
County, South Dakota, is hereby called to be held
at the Court House in the City of Pierre. Hughes
County, South Dakota, on the 12th day of May,
1911, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day. the inter
ests of said county demanding such meeting for
the purpose of funding outstanding bonds of said
County of Hughes, maturing July 6th. 1911, ne
gotiating for a new issue, authorizing such issue
and transacting any and all business relating
thereto, and any other business which may come
before said Board for consideration.
(SEAL.) JOSEPH IHU,
County Auditor,
In and for Hughes County, South Dakota.
State of South Dakota,
County of Hughes
Ss In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Israel H. Harris,
Deceased.
The State of South Dakota sends greeting to
Edith M. Harris, Laura H. Mosher, and Mildred
H. Taylor, heirs at law and next of kin of Israel
H. Harris, deceased, and to all to whom these
presents may come.
Notice is hereby given, that James K. Breeden
has filed with the Judge of this Court, a petition
praying for Letters of Administration of the es
tate of Israel H. Harris, deceased, and that Mon
day, the 29th day of May. 1911. at 10 A. M.. of
said day, being a'ilay of a regular term of this
court, at. the office of the County Judge, in the
City of Pierre. County of Hughes, has been set
for hearing said petition, when and where any
person ini erested may appear and show cause why
the said petition should not be granted.
Dated at Pierre, South Dakota, this 28th day of
April. 1911.
(SEAL) JOHN H. McCORD.
Judge of said County Court.
Attest: LEWW. SAND If S.
Clerk of said County Court. fefai
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S. B. STEGE1WAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon. "v-i
IM OFFICE TDKSDAIS & FHIBAYS
Special attention given to diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat, Glasses
properly fitted.
Booms lO ana il IXilcer Block.
3 PIERRE, SO. DAK:
E. H. WEBBER
ARTIST
PHOTOGRAPHER
Graduate 61 the Amerisks School cf
Art and Photography.
Ntadln 323
Jolts Sat
H.
and'er^one Insurance
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Pierre street
& Pays®
IF YOU W A N O BUY A N
REAL ESTATE
Or, if you want to make a Farm Loan or have an Insur
ance Policy Written, call on
C.
Jewelry and Fine Souvenirs. ,, Highest grade Watch Repairing^
niUMmrnir
UHKi M"
WHY BLAME
YOUR WIFE-
FOR THE SAME.
PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA
Will lnfiuro your proitortj* and coaatry stores lu llrxt-tlasn
compaules. Taxes pai l»r non-r«"ldmit».
List Your Property if You Want to Sell.
CORNER DRUG STORE
Paints,
if your beef is tough and dry, and
your meats inferior? Pu'i the
blame whore it belongs—on the'Y
butcher. Maybe your wife doesn't
kuow about our market. Tell her
to call on us and let us supply the
tenderf juicy cuts you like so well.
G. H. JAYNES
THE PEOPLES MARKT. PIERRE
Lockhart Land and toestmciit Co.
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed."
"Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents-. 3 nd as such had. full, charge .of
the U. S. Patent Office.
GREELEY & MANURE
Patent Attorneys
WASHINGTON, T. C.
E. CUTTING.
(Established in I*lcrr !48 Vears—Is80-1i)iO)
PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA.
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENCY
r-t -c City Luts
ror SS21I&
Oils, Brushes,
Indian Ourios
and
SOUVENIR GOODS.
M. J. SCIHTOERT^P
roprietor.
VH
I FiirittB, Hanrhes
DON'T MAKE A MOVE
towards buying a house, lot or towards
building plot of any kind until you
have consulted with us. Foresight is
better than hind sight and regrets by
long odds and you will have no reason
to say might have been" if you let
us sho\y you the choice investment
property, building plots or attractive
hordes' that we will sell you on easy
terms and at prices that wUl.be sure to
advance quickly.
pF. LUCAS REALTY CO.
""51,
HI Cbapello Street
J. NMVHAUSMR, Prop.
Board by the Day and Week
G°otf ^commodatiMs
S1.00 PER DAY.
PIERRE, SO. DAK.

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