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Pierre weekly free press. (Pierre, S.D.) 1889-19??, July 10, 1913, Image 8

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put, fetHght Sayi am eoanterfialaoMd
by dark dfur*. Oar times of prospcib
W «is offset by .ttmea rf advertity.
ftor «T«t7 Borrow''there in tbe di
lina prorldeiice, a eorreapbndlng gaih,
aad «fc the heart-of every defeat there
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prophecy of new victory? Go
®l«»r'W-'Sf!8' In the great universe
of lore and we, flild •«veryw here the
working of this dlvine law of counter
poise—the divine love compenst^ing
of every eafthly\.lo«i. "Where aia
abounds grade doth much more
abound," ^here death walks with
insolent feet life triumphs In exultant
song. When earthly joys wither heav
enly hope blooms in eternal beauty.
When time wears out Its'' venture into
threadbare decay eternity robe& her
Mlf In immortal splendor.
Wr want to realize, of course,' that
these\ bright da^s and dark In Uf«s|
which alternate in such swift succes
•ion ire, 'all part, of a divine plan.
These fleeting changes of prosperity
and adversity, Joy and .sorrow, life
in^l death, are not haphazard. They
not the chance happenings of a
w^i^l and heediesf fpte.- Nor are-they
ebidlltlons llokleness In God, or tofi
getf^lness of his children. Not to
taata^ise and tease the soul, not that
we may take our Joys with -trembling
tgfi our sorrows with cringing does
oar Heavenly Father set the dark days
over against the bright days In life.
God sends these seasons for the
ffftwth of whfit It worthless and best,
within us. The dark days and the
bright days are as necessary to the
poise of jroar character as the counter'
balance lar necessary to the equilibH
am of the wheel. It needs no pro
fom^l thinking to realize what a grind
ing mon'otray life would be if there
were no fhiulows to o^sft Its sunlight
W^at an Insipid thing JOT would be
como—a surfeit In the bariqu^t of life
-~if there were no bitters to cleanse
the palate, of the aouL
These' bright days and dark d&ys
la life as they coiae and go, some
tlmes ln rhythmlo cadence and some
tlmes inbevnlderi^g confusion, are al
io part of a divine revelation. They
are days of revealing aa well as days
of dlselpltte. God sends these alter
nating seasons into your life to rev&I
pertain qualities within you. to call
fjBto, ptay eerUdn capaclUea, to make
iSttal .certain possibilities in your na
ive- which tM monotony of an un
broken experience could lever bring.
The' changing days of life unmaak th*
Veeervef/of chariuster. it la, of course,'
a ,truism that a man never, knows how
much he can endure until the day of
adversity comes. baa been pointed
out that Walter Scott became great as'
man and realised the highest ex
pression of hit genius not until the
fcve of advenlty swept over his life.
i"A jroter has pcdnted out the Common
plaeo character! of Scott's personal
Journal up^to the time before the fall
ura of hls publlsherg too^: place. But
•fter that ftdlure a new note became
rnt in the great writer's journal, a
,/personallt^Aemerged. One re
nt ln thla connection the letter
jlaiy. gneoeedlng Uw
the- dlaaater Scott wrote to
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UTERARr:
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Her Thrilling Aeeount of a Prsvieue
Fistic Event Too Muoh For HOP
8portily Inolinod tpobii May Look
For Editor's Jolh -.::-:,
by Associated Literary
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BOWSEll bad been banded
a complimentary ticket to a
boxing matcb.:
He had never attended one
In bis life and never bad a desire to,
hut the possession of a free ticket
awoke a new feeling In his breast al-,
most instantly.. ,•
He wanted to wltness some slugging.
He wanted to see blood flow.
He cr«iv«d to see some one's head
knocked of^
He. wanted to see the referee count
ing the fatal ten over an unconscious
body.
"You bet I'll go," he said to himself
as he hugged the ticket. "Yes, sir, I'll
be- there a quarter of an hour ahead
of time, and I'll stay tilt the last blow
has been struck^By John, but won!t
It be fun I"
He was chuckling In anticipation
when a cold chill suddenly swept over
him. What of Mrs. Bowser?
She never had a word of protest
about! bis going to a club, but this
was a scrap., "tie grfng" would be out
In force—politicians, holdup men,
gamblers, yeggmen, thieves,n burglars
and all the rest of the profession.
When he went home and told he*
that lie was going to make pne of such
a gatherlhg—w-h-e^w! He. had often
saldjto himself "that he was hot afraid
•f his wife, and he said It now. bat
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HELP WANTED IN PIERRE
And Farnished by the Help of Pierre
-Those who suffer with kidney back
ache, nrinary ills 0| any little klcl^ey
oc bladder disorder, want kidney
holv. Who can better advise than
tome Plprre resident, who has also
stiffered. but has bad relief. Pierre
people recommend Doan's Kidney
Pills. /Here's one^se and there are
manyoihecs. v,
F. 'E. Bonrlc 685 Euclid Ave.\
Pierre, S. D., says: 'I had never had
W kerious trouble from my kidney!,
but at times my baek-has bothered
roe alot. Sometimes when I stooped
is* 5*i5ti|,eF-i g**c*tch *croH my loin's and
I had much difficulty in straighten*
log. I got so bad that I could not
work and, I felt mlstrable all the
^Ime.' -I flnally began liking Doan's
^i^ney PiUs and I am^glad to say
that they brought ma satisfactory re
#ulti, Xcfnpot reioommend theaii: too
licf-Jsfty?' iSfiW. M&xw 3«HPMP
^orwre#al(T dealers. PrW(e 50c
PosUr-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
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Adam IM|«5jMMid. NOTICE.
asa.T^a&!«ms&ssJs&Ti
Mlrtilh, —jroSdian. ud Mmrr Sdunidtke. bain
at lair and naxtof kin to Adam Qei««r, decaao
ad. and to all wboi tbaaa praaanta may come:
•••jttsix&jssih.
^s.vssss
uidnf that tha probata proceodlnv* heretofore
bad in ttia matter of tba
and tear
urn ih gnnn pnuwugn aenuon
th« m«tter of .tb« probate of the !,-jt will
•tam«nt qt Adim Griiw. daceaaed, in the
Cnnt fai .protwte of th* County of El
CJoontar ___
Paao. Statifat Colorado, and all the proceedings
therein be,
admitted In tab State aa tbe probate of
the saia eatatc, atxl that Saturday, the 12th dajr
of July. MlS, at ten o'clocV A. H. of the said day,
being thd rMriilar term of thia enut, to-wit: July
term, 1813, at the office of the Couuty Judge of
HukIk County. 8outh Dakota, in the Court
House in th# Ckjr. of Piene, to said County
and State, has baan set, for hearing said petition,
when and where any persosT interested may ap
tpear and show .cause why said petition should not
be granted.
Dated at Pierre. 8outh\ Dakota, ttils 16th day of
June. IMS.
v. J. H, McCORD.
Attest: Judge of County Court,
[SEALJ Lew w: SAMDra. Clerk.
HOKNEB, MAKTBNS ft GOLDSMITH, ,,
Attorneys for Petitioner -w" 6-4
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Articles of incorporailon bave"been
filed' for the Farmers StatVBank of
Tabor capita), $10,(^00 incorporators:
Wm. Ortjes, W,. E. Moore, 8ioux
Falls B. A. Goodrich Mitchell
Chas. Vauk, Robt. Vauk, J. A. Ptak,
Tabor, -.Jjy
Barnkrd Giles-Mones company "of
Mitchell capital, $50,000 incorpora
tors: -B. L. Barnard, G. W. Giles, F.
E. Mones, Mitchell|
M. 8. Gear company Kansas City
capital $1,000,000 incorporators: L.
H. Sourlock, J. M. Stello, W. F.
Muehl, Samuel Eppstein, Kansas
City L. L. Stephens, Pierre.
United States Bonding company,
Chicago capital, $500,000 ^corpora
tors: E. S. Carr, E. A. Briggs, W. R.
Fitzer, C. L. Haas, Chicago J. S.
Sebree, Pierre.
Benthany Congregational church,
Gregory trustees: Philip Phillippi,
^Andreas Delzer, Jacob Reuter.
Dakota Mining and Land~ company
at Emmett, Ark. capital $100,000
incorporators': R. Hester, F. A. Hes
ter, Emmet, Ark. L7 M. "Hargrove,
Lockpo^t, Ajrk. Philip Lawrence,
Huron.
Bird Mining company, Lead capi
tal $1,000,000 incorporators: H. A.
Williams, C. P. Pinsonault, John
O'Malley, Le^d J. R. Russell, Dead
wood Albert Hoffman, Rockford W.
S. Miller, Richard Schnadke, Sun
dance, Wyo.
Oldham Building and Loan associ
ation, Oldham capital $50,000 in
corporators: R. L. Jackson, A. L.
K^ohue1, J- L. Keohue, C. L. Olson,
E. L. Fritzel, and othersr Oldham,
JOHN A. HOLMES "F
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practice beJate all- Federal and State Courts.
Law and Real property a specialty.
Pierre South Dakota
IHjMO V'ED
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NOt QUIT BUSINESS.
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Just moved
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,Call on P. L. Glavlnd, located In
In the N. P. Christianson studio 823
Pierre street, lately 'kno^n as^ the E.
Webber Photo Studio.
^wn fer
l^omptMM and Qumllty
fe..fe%LAVINI)r,
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S0RGEOM.
S-H ^TataPMOH« OOt^NBOTtON
OletBmt to 4P. M.
m*4
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%.nd a half blocks
south to alley, at rear of Waverly
house. Good corrall, water, stable and
hay. Livery or Hack. Can discount
anybody's bill pay no rent, pay no.
water or light tax pay no help.
'Phone same as ever, 24. Come'and
see us when in Pierre.'
.4 THE GUTHRIE LIVERY.
When You Want
fe PHOTOS.
INFANTS/CHILDREN
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NEW YORK
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^5 DOSES
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Guaranteed, under tt*
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
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Take THE FREE PRESS
It carries all the state news
N
BUY AHEAD'Of THE BOOM.
CHOICE FARMS $12 TO $20
BS«nt
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(BBSST*
For Infanta and Children.
F. LUCAS REALTY CO.
PIERHK, SO. DAK.
Peoples Meat Market
Savory Attractions
always go with our meats, and that ap
petizing odor of a nicely broiled steak
is not an unusual experience of those'
who reeeive their cuts from Jayiies'
meat market. It is thus because the
meat is perfectly fresh, taken from.sel-_.
ected w^l fed stock. Its taste is just~
as appetizing as its smell, and its ten
derness, freshness and healtfrfulness is
guaranteed. Eat chickens, they are
cheap..
I Mk oa» lo«ate a limited .a nuuA
a nuno/ber upon Govern-''
homesteads, near railway station. Ranches
to go at ,a bargain. Some business and dwelling!!
lots in Piprre, choice locations^ o'ffoiei cheap.
BAP^ HOMEHIEAL EStHE *BHCY^„
au'MqiNi^. s-"
ri
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The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
CUSTOM
THC eSNTAWM OOMHNVi NCW VONK OITV.
DON 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 "it might have been" if you: let
us show you the' choice investment
property, building plots or attractive
homes that we will sell you on easy
terms and at prices that will be sure to
advance quiclqy.
N
Gi. H. JAYN€S
PEOPLES HABKET PIERRE
IS THE BASIS OF ALL I
WEALTH
And, if you get Hand before the advance in prices
-you will have to hurry| |||Land8 dte certain to rise
in the immediate future. |%We buy desire farms
and sell at small advanbe in price. Our advice is i!
.wM''
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SOlUBERT PHARMACY^
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Br"?he».
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