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IIHEY IN GERMANY.
1UT IF YOU
1
ARE AMERICANS
PARED FOR
BE PRE­
A SIEGE.
boeiuneata of All Klnda sad Witnc——
Mart Be PreieBted to the Clril Pun*.
tkMOMrjr—Tbe Triab of a Tawf Coqd*
of AnwrlnuM In Berlin.
It is often almost impossible for an
American to secure the papers n'wssary
to make a European marriage valid, es
pecially in Germany. The lovers are fre
quently dbligtxl to wait outil they can
repair to some less inquisitive land,
Where a priest or legal functionary will
consent to unite them withofit asking
•ttperflnous questions. When the con
tractinff parties are themselves Euro
peans, the formalities are probably for
aaidable enough, for besides the actual
marriage papers there are settlement
papers and various preliminary docu
ments to be drawn up. Bat if yon are an
American of course yon are a suspicions
character, and yon will find it even
doubly difficult to marry the girl of
your choice. Yon must first prove your
right to lire and breathe and have your i
being, and your bride must prove her
right to live and breathe and have her
being, and your father, and your moth
er, and your bride's father, and your
bride's mother must also prove that they
were born in due time and have lived
irreproachably ever after, and in case
they no longer exercise the functions of
living, breathing and having their be
ing it must bo shown that they ceased
to do so in a sober and godlike manner.
All this and much more must be net
forth in a quod erat demon strandnm
fashion by means of documents before
you will be nllowed to bend your neck
to the conjugal yoke.
The truth of these remarks was illus
trated a few weeks ago in Berlin, when
the happiness of two young Americans
hung for a long time in the balance un
til German authorities finally consented
to let them join hands and hearts. The
young man was an Egyptologist and
found it necessary to be in Egypt at a
certain time. He hoped to take his bride
with him, but almost up to the last mo
ment he was uncertain whether he
should have a bride to taka For months
he had been trying to bring about this
marriage, but the requirements of the
German law were enough to drive even
a man accustomed to the complications
of the Tel-el-eh-Manah tablets to de
spair. The bride had lived formerly on
the other side of the world, and as there
existed in the cautious German mind
the possibility that she might have gone
through the marriage ceremony on some
previous occasion it was necessary to
publish the banns weeks beforehand, not
only in the Berlin papers, but also in
the journals of her native American
town
tism of themselves and their parents
and to furnish an epitome of the family
histories down to date. There is a ru
mor that testimony was even demanded
as to the number of times certain rela
tives had been vaccinated and the suc
cess of the operation. The young wom
an's father had died when away from
home, and it was rather difficult to sat
isfy German authorities as to the man
ner of his taking off. Finally all the
papers arrived, and tho couple repaired
one day with their friends and witnesses
to the office of the legal functionary in
whose hands their happiness reposed.
The legal functionary, of course, had
witnesses on his side. The Germans
never transact any business except in
the presence of witnesses. If you quar
rel with the guard on a railway train,
he immediately summons another guard,
not to settle the dispute, but to witness
it They put their two solemn heads to
gether, shako them at each other and at
you, make copious notes of the facts
and finally tako themselves off. This
bridal couple and friends were silently
surveyed by tho band of witnesses.
Then the bride was placed in ono chair
and the bridegroom in another at a re
spectful distance. The papers were pro
duced. Tho bride told all about herself,
and the bridegroom told all about him
self, and the friends and witnesses told
all about both of them. The mother of
the bride assured tho assembled com
pany that this man was not insidiously
defrauding her of her daughter. The
oompany began to breathe more freely.
The bridegroom heaved a sigh of relief.
The tired bride moved in her chair
wearily. But the legal functionary was
not going to* let them off so easily. He
•hook his head over the papers, pursed
tip his lips and then turned on the
Whole crowd and asked them fiercely for
their passports. Of course no one had
such a thing about him, so the jaded
bridegroom had to rush off in a drosky
to secure as many as were necessary.
Meantime a German couple appeared.
Their papers, of course, were all right
The German bridegroom took possession
of the American bridegroom's vacant
chair, and the American bride, %vho, by
this time, was almost in tears, yielded
her seat to the German bride, liy the
time they had been safely launched u]on
the sea of married life the passports had
been found, and the Americans again
took the chairs and were finally made
man and wife, to tho sat isfact ion of the
legal functionary, themselves and their
friends.
Tuat wasn't gll, of oourse. They had
to msh off, after the legal functionary's
fee had been paid, to do honor to the
ordinary conventionalities, array them
selves in festal rolxs and be married
again by a minister who *poke the Eng
lish tongue, shake hands with their 600
friends and catch the first train for
Egypt —Berlin Cor. New York Sun.
V
A Simple Remedy.
A teacher of health culture declares
that a simple remedy for removing the
blood from a too active brain is to exer
cise the muscles of the feet Stand firm
ly on the ground and then raise the heel
and rest on the toe fear a second. Do
this for a dozen times or so in succes
sion. It will bring a certain degree of
iff
u
s
Says No LI vp« Won I ngl.
CINCINNATI,
Jan.
21.—Commodore
Laidlow and Captain Wise, vfficers of
the Cincinnati, Memphis and Orleans
Packet, company that owns the State of
Missouri, insist that reports from their 1
officers on the wrecked steamer state
that the boat and entire cargo are a
total loss, but they do not believe any
lives were lost. It is impossible to get
track of all who reached either bank of
the river, but they report that the offi
cers are of the opinion that all the pas
sengers will be accounted for.
Burglar* Kill Mnmturt.
OSSAWATTOMIK,
OAKLAND,
Kan., Jan. 21.—Bur­
glars effected an entrance to the post
office by cutting a pane out of the rear
window. The safe was blown partially
op*n by explosives. Marshal James
Heims, hearing the report, started out
to investigate, but when he approached
the back dx»r of the postoffice, the rob
bers fired three shots at him, one enter
ing his breast, killing him almost in
stantly.
Acted Hlii Sermon.
Cal., Jan.
31.—The
80USA-S DISCIPLINE.
Seho field's Fanny Break to
the Conduct of an Orchestra.
How Conductor Sousa was taken to
task by General Sch'ofield for his lack of
discipline is told by the Ban Francisco
Chronicla
The last echo of one of Sousa's over
tures was just dying away over the sand
hills south of the fair grounds when
General Schofield stepped in front of
... the band and saluted the distinguished
Both parties were obliged to ,ea,,er retted the aalute and
cure certihcates of the birth and bap-
sent one of his men to escort the general
up into the band stand.
"That music was beautiful—beauti
ful," exclaimed the general as ho shook
Sousa's hand warmly. '*1 am astonish
ed, sir, that you get such results with
80 little discipline."
There is nothing that Sousa prides
himself more on than being one of the
strictest of disciplinarians, and he was
naturally nettled at the general's criti
cism.
"Why, general, my men are under
perfect control I'm sure they are thor
oughly drilled, and I can hardly believe
that there is any lack of discipline. I
have never noticed it"
"No, that's just it you don't see it,
persisted the general.
4'I
saw it, though.
Do you know that as soon as you turn
your back on one side of your band to
shake your baton at the other those fel
lows all quit playing? Of course you
don't see it, for as soon at yon turn
around they begin again."
The fun in this, at the expense of the
general, lies, of course, in the fact that
when a section of Sousa's men became
silent as he turned to the other was
when the music so required. But the
general looked upon this lapse as ho
would upon the suspension of a section
of his artillery when- he turned his at
tention to another part of the field.
CASSIUS M. CLAY'S MISTAKE.
How
UM
Safe of White Hall Incurred the
Ccarina's DUpleaanre.
However valuable aid Mr. Clay may
have rendertid his country at court
while in Russia, his autobiographic
memoirs are full of proofs that he
18
the royal household, bad gone
Wits
It was
way
no more a trained diplomat than
miles in circumference,
containing forests and lakes. The czar
sent him for a drive in his carriage,
which, of course, had tho royal livery.
The Princess Suwarrow, a member
rowing
in a light boat and invited Mr. Clay to
go with her. It came on a rain, and the
princess
in a light summer dress.-
thus
necessary to go to shore at
once. But how was the princess to
get
home?
Mr. Clay proposed that she should
take
the carriage, and that he should
find shelter under the trees till it re
turned The lady seemed reluctant to
do this, but at length got in and dreve
off. The result was that she was

en
driving in the czar's carriage. The
czarina did not forgive
Mr.
He
Clay
says,
fur
this. Mr. Clay aftyrward explained the
circumstance to Prince Alexander Dol
gorouki.
"I
saw the prince
took my explanation in good part and
believed in my sincerity, but be smiled
ill a sad way, which as much as said,
'It'sall
ever with you.'
Star.
"—Washington
Th« amount of fatty matter car oil in
maize is far greater than in wheat In
the latter oil composes a boat i per cent
in the former, from 0 to 10.
Sfcelley married
au innkeeper'ndaugh­
ter, who proved uncongenial He left
California
Rev.
Edward Davis looks like an actor. He
illustrated a sermon on "Eternal Judg
ment" by assuming the character of
Richard III, and quoting in a dramatic
manner the famous soliloquy in the
first
scene and act of the play. There
was a big audience, many attracted by
curiosity. The clergyman is very young.
In acting out the (hxmi that overtook
Richard III, the preacher fell on the
Stage
its Keene and Warde did.
Happens Once Every X,500,000 Y
A remarkable freak in moon phases
was noted in the month of February,
1866, «i month which has gone into
astronomical annals as"tlie month with
out a full moon. In that year January
and March each had two full moons, but
February none. A writer in a leading
astronomical jourral uses the following
language in describing it: "Do you
realize what a rare thing in nature it
was? It has not happened before since
the beginning of the Christian era or
probably since the creation of the world I
It will not occur again, according to
the computations of the astronomer
royal of England, for—how long do you
think? Not until after 2,500,000vi
from 1800!"—St. Louis Republic.
Mora Bbow Han For Nevrral Years. 4ad
It Is still Falling Fart.
SACRAMKNTO,
Cal., Jan.
The snow is banked up alongside the
track in places nearly 80 feet, and the
rotary plows are beginning to work with
difficulty in these places. Hundreds of
ijien are employed in shovelling the
snow so as to widen the spaces between
the banks. As it is now the snow
scrapes the sides of the cars, and as the
plows, cannot work to advantage, the
shovellers work in tiers grading the
Female Mi toe LMMComai»i
FORT DODGE,
Castle of Callender, who w«| elected
justice of the ieaee in that town at the
November election by her initials being
printed on the official ballot instead, ol
the initials of her husband, and who
took the oath of office the first of this
year, has resigned. Mrs. Castle main
tained hear rights until the dates for the
trial of three* cases docketed approached,
when she lost her courage.
Stole a March on Car»egU«.
HOMESTKAI.
LATEST MABKKT
CORN- Steady. No. 3,
OATS-Lower. No.
s
white, 3u6c.
Oalath Orata.
WHEAT—Caa liari*. Sl^: No. I
Northern, 634c. M.iv No. 1 Northern, at
July No. 1 Northern.
v'
losei,
lllBB«"pollt Grata* ., ,.
CA 11 i.E
U'lfW!
yj.—Anothei
storm is raging in the moan tains, and
although there is now more snow on the
ground than there has been for years, it
is rapidly growing deeper. The storm
began Sunday morning and lias contin
ued without ceasing. The wind ie
howling through the mountains
and the snow is falling thicker and
faster than at any time during
the past 24 hours. Owing to the vio
lence of the storm and the possibility ol
a tieup at any moment, no more freight
wiH be moved until the storm abates.
Passenger trains will be kept moving a*
long as possible.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jar:, tl. i8#.
WftRAf—Janmiry closed at i»c YtAy
opened 3V96 lii-iht t,
.'9^
iSwest.
test
9%i
/nlyrtpsno at high-
^est, tt lowest. 8 fjfc cioaj, t:UJ4 Uu Uasdfc—
pio. 1 nard. Sic -*0. I Nor.hwa, I«
Northern,
So.
1
Chicago Ualoo Btoek Yards.
CHICAGO,
Ja
i. 2!. 183V
ttQGS-Trade slow heavy Krade-* steady
light lower. 8a ranged »t $3.7 (or
ight $3 WJ '{*4. to mix -d 3 4.51 for heavy
packing and hippin lot* 4.1* (or
lor ruugh packtu. aud shipping lots, muA
$2.6 -kb .ft. for £8.
steady to stronger,
(JOHN—January, 44)41-* May, 4 }£c:
i
SHEfcP-Firm
Keoelpts: Most*. oattle. It. 0J* fiheap^
ja.o»'.
CU(gs Grata and Provision*
CHICAGO, ul.Si,
CMS
.891
WO 1 KICKS.
WHEAT—January, -4
May,
Jaijr,
NOW REALLY, DOESN'T
THIS STRUCK YOU AS A
IG ARGAIN?
A BOY'S SUIT,
breasted a
MI,mind yt
CWtsrtKl iitff of «i dtmhlf)
and .short, pants AH W«m»'
fllht-class—good antl .-troiig
a
trained military man One incident will
suffice—the story of how he lost the
favor of the czarina. One day he
was
invited by tho czar to Czarsko Solo, a
private estate
A PAIR OF EXTRA PANTS
to mut ch tbe suit.
APRENYCAP
made of the same cloth as the o»
and two
pairs
of
of pants* are made frc
AND A PALFL OF SHOES,
of «oihi leuilier—neat, it~h, yet
bUuua us. a. brick.
ALL FOR
$5.00
HUB'S "HEAD-TO-FOOT
Bors OUTFITS.
Von'll «•:.,. ,t.. ... ii.-- ppeatwt Ir.*
gain of your life when yoa see the .n
LET US SEND YOU ONE.
$5.75 will briug one, all char
prepaid to any part of the U. 8.,
we'll send you ono (. D. with priv
ilege of exarnlvitilfjn Iwforo am
tancp, if yoii'l* send Sis Si.no '«n
«our»t io ovprt-os i liargen.
»iA.tlPLI OF
ViAtTU
and fti-p
Illii^tr.it'-d Catalogue I'KliE on:
HUB,
W* W» Cor. State MIKI JackWHtt St.,
CHICAGO,!^
America's Largest Retail Dealer* In Men't
Clothing, Boy»'» ClatMna, FurrttNn9 i
Hats, Sho« tor boUt
i«te».
Claaka
aid Udi«a'!
mi fun
ta tlM United States.
Th« Hub has no Branch teres anywhere.
Isotlo# to Crodltor*
Bstateutfttardock McOillivray, dsceased.
Hotter!»'hereby R!*e»* hj the indewtimert
mtnUtrstor*
vf th*
$."«..ri'J
Pa.. Jan. 21.—The em­
ployes of the Homestead steel plant have
stolen a march on the company and the
Amalgamated association has again se
cured a foothold in the works by the or
ganization of at least one lodge, the first
since the break of the big strike of 1*92.
The organization was necessarily jMK
complislied with much secrecy.
RKFORT.
Milwaukee Grate.
MILWAUSSB, Jan. 21,1Mb
FLOUR—Stea ly. V
WHEAT-.so. a spring, oOo No. 1 North*
•rn: «4c: May, 58^c.
white, No. 3
St. Paal Vatea Steak Yarta.
SOUTH ST PAUU J*». 11. lWi.
HOGS—Market si w
olcnred to
but steady yard*
packers at $4
CATTLE- Steady.
Prime steers i't-ii.73 goo afepers, #2.7$
3.2 prim cows. $.\4 .00 good row*, .'.lio o
Jg.oS common to fair oms, $100 17 light
veal calves, $3. »J heavy talvaa $1.2
Sti EEP (iotxl aheep steady: eommon stuff
wak.
Receipt* Hogs. ft calves, lt'
fclK-ep, a
eviate of Murdoch J. McOil-
llrrsy iw«»ed. to th« rrrdltorn of and all per
#oii» having eisim# si siti«t tbe niiid dereanert, to
exhibit thfin, with the voacheri", with
in six mornht" after Th- tir«»t pablicatlou of 'hi*
nonce, ti» ilie •aid adniiMi»!rMiur» at tho tt^re
bel'HiRliia to said estate iti the city of Madison
la lk« conntv »f Lake, Month Dakota.
iiated at Madison, ecemluT Hth, lKiMfc
NOW* AN 1) MC»LLLIVKA\,TE4
ADKLLA K. MCUlLLlVKAV
Admiai'tratots of the l«Ut of Mnrdock J.
VcQllllvray. F. L. 8OPKH,
Attorney for said AdmtuutratorK.
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
Default exJ*tin»{ in a morttfaire made and exe
cuted by Adellert W. Holdridge and Kiunia K
lloldri«Ur»i,
IIII^IKHK]
and wife, inortgagore, «aid
inortg!it:«' t»eimr dated May ltt, IHSCJ, and "executed
MHV
fith, to the NorthueHtern Loan A Bank
ing comimuy, of Madison, South Dakota, mort
gjijtee, on the southwest quarter of WM'tion 15
townmhlp ltw northof rsnjfe 51, west of the 5th
princiiml meridian in Lake county, Mouth l»ak«t®,
given to secure the payment of a "certain note for
f75.00 «f even date therewith, with interest at 12
ler cent per annum said mortgage having been
filed for record in the office 4f the register of
deeds on the Hth day of May, 18UH, at 10:50 o'clock
a in., and recorded in lxxk 17 of mortgages on
page l«i7 there being now due on «iid mortgage
the sum of besides an attorney fee of $."0
populated in naid mortgage: Therefore, the sher
iff of eiiiit Lake county will sell the said real es
tate at the front door of the court houee in the
city of Madison, Lake county, South Dakota, on
the 2nd day of .March, 1H05, at two o'clock p.m.
to the higtieet bidder for cash, to satisfy said debt
and attorney fee and costs of sale.
Dated ut Madison, Lake couuty South Dakota,
this 15th dav of January, 18BB.
THE NOKTHWESTERN LOAN A BANKING
COMPANY,
la., Jan. 21.—Mrs. L. E.
Mortgagee.
J. H. WILLIAMSON,
Attorney (or Mortgagee.
Notice of Mortgage 8ale.
Default existing in a mortgage made aad exe
cuted by Carl .ioaan Romierg and Lisa Romberg,
husband and w ife, mortgagors, dated Decern Iter
23, 1H1W, to the Northwestern Loan Hanking
company, of Madison, South Dakota, mortgagees,
on the west half of the northwest quarter
and southeast quarter of northwest quarter of
section twenty-live in township one
hundred aid five (106) north of range fifty
four (54) west of the fifth principal merid
ian in 1-ake county, South Dakota,
given to secure payment of a certain note for
of even date therewith with interest at 13
per cent per annum from date said mortgage
having been filed in the office of the .register of
deeds in and for the county of Lake, state of
South Dakota, on the Hth day of January, IH'.M, at
three o'clock p. m„ and recorded in took 17 of
mortgages, 011 page 1M7: there being now due on
said mortgage the sum of $tiM.7'«!, besides an attor
ney fee of $v0 stipulated in said mortgage: There
fore the sheriff of said Lake county will sell all
the right, title und interest that said mortgagors
had in and to said land on the Ilrd day of Decern*
ber, lXUS, at the front door of the court house in
the city of Madison and county of Lake and state
of South Dakota, on the 2nd day of March, t*W,
at two o'clock p. m., to the highest bidder for
cash, to satisfy said debt and attorney fee and
Costs of sale.
Dated at Madison, Lake county. S. January
lfith.1895.
TBE NORTHWESTERS t&AN
ING CO.,
4 i.
H. WILLIAMSON,
Mortgage Sale.
Default having been made in the payment and
conditions of a certain mortjjuire duly »cuted
and delivered by Annie Nilson Tveett »nd Tom
Nilson Tveett, herjhushand, mortgagor's to Wil
liam ti. Swan, mortgagee, bearing date of the
12th day of May, lHSJn, which luurtvajre with a
power sale therein contained, wan duly filed
for record in the office of the register of deed* in
and for Lake county, South Dakota, on the ITtli
day of May, 1890, at 1 o'clock p. in., and duly re
corded in lKK»k 4 of niortimifes, on pn^ee ti^T *-3"
thereof. And, whereae. ther»* in cluiim-d to )e
du»» and unpaid on t*ald mortgage at tlx" date of
this notice, the sum of two hundred and eighty,
four dollars and ninety-five cents (|KJH051, priii
cipa!and interest. And, wheres^, no action or
proceeding at law or otherwise has been institu
ted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage
rany part thereof. Now, therefore, notice is
hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said mortgage, and pursuant to the
statute in such cise made and providwl, the said
mortgage will be foreclosed and the uremi«e»
therein mentioned, to wit: The east half e4) of
the northeast quarter (nel%) of section numter
twenty-two (5K t, townshh* one hundred and eight
(WHj north of range Any-one (51) went of the
fifth F. M., in the county of Lake, South Dakota,
together with all the hereditaments and fippur
tenances thereunto belonging, will be iwld by the
sheriff of Lake county, or his deputy, at public
auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at th8
front door of the court house, in the city of Mad
icon, Lake county, South Dakota, on Saturday,
the lrith day of March, 18415, at a o'clock p. in. of
said day, to satisfy the amount then oM4 ig on
said mortgage for principal and interest, together
with all costs uuil expenwa of foreclosure and
Bale, including (10.MO attorney'* fee provided by
law in caw of foreclosure thereof.
Dated at Broojungs, South Dakota, this l(Hh
day of Jannarv, iww.
WILLIAM 8WAN, Mortgagee.
MATHEWS & Ml'RPHY,
.Mtornevf, for Mortgagee.
BEFORE aao APTCIl
5» MANHOOD RESTORED
hnn nf n tV»tirh liht-ai.-iiuo. xtn
ClTI*IIK5nfi xtre^gthens nn«l restores small wetk organs.
The I t-iison MifTerer- .-H" rot cored by Doolors is because ninety per Cent are tmnbted with
mtMtltlK. CT'l'IOKXE is the only known remedy to
A chewing tobacco made to please a
universal taste, must be prepared from
the highest grade leaf, with a skill that
can only be acquired by the longest ex
perience. It must possess a delicious flavor,
and a lasting substance, and must neither be
too light nor too heavy, too sweet nor too flat Is
Notice.
OBw at CwHyMimiw of Sctaofcl aad P«Mic
I^awl".—fo«»ee 1«
hereby
glrm,
thtt
DAV IS, LYON
A
on
the
Pierre, South Dakota, V"»r.v .% 1W».
A
BANK
JWh
dsv of Map"it- all the unsold and utileased
scfiool lands in the county of Lake will lw» offered
for b»as«» to the highest bidder, at pnblk atiction.
St the front door of the court house, in A»il
county. Said leanlne will be held betmeen th«
the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and iivo o' iH-k
m., of each day, until all the tract* of st houl
lUMs have lieen offered for lenee.
tiios, h.Ktrra.
(.ommisBloiier of Hchoo! ami Public Lands.
Mortgage Hale.
Whereas, default has been made la the payment
of tne nioiiev secured by a mortgage dated the
8»tb day of June, A. 1HS9, executed by Gilbert
Hansen at.d Carrie Hansen, his wife, of the
county of Lake, in the then territory of Dakota,
to The Farmland Mortgage and Debenture Oom
pany, which mortgage was recorded in the office
of ihe register of deeds of the said county of
Lake, in book 4 of mortgages, on page 1, on the
3d day of July^lSHW, at lo:Ho o'clock a.m. and.
whereas, no action or proceedings at law or
otherwise have been instituted to recover the
debt secured by said mortgage, or any part there
of and, whereas, the amount claimed to be due
upon said mortgage, at the date of this notice, is
the sum of five hundred ninety-six dollars and
seventy-nine cents ($ftSt*i.7fl) to wit: $500 princi
pal and $!Xi.7W interest, besides the sum of forty
seven dollars and seventy-live cents ($47.75) for
taxes necessarily paid by said mortgagee, and in
terest, and ten dollars attorney's fees allowed by
law. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and In
pursuance of the statutes in such cases made and
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by
a sale of the mortgaged premises therein de
scribt d, at public auction, at the front door of the
court house in the city of Madison and conntv of
Lake and state of South Dakota, on the 27th "day
of February, 1K95, at ten o'clock in the forenoon
of that day. The mortgaged premises are situa
ted in the county of Lake, In the state of South
Dakota, and are described as follows, to wit:
The northeast quarter of the southwest quarter
and the northwest quarter of the southeast quar
ter and the west half of the northeast quarter of
section twenty three (23i, in township one hun
dred and eight (I0H) north, rang* fifty-one. (51)
west, of the 5th P. M.
Dated at sioux Falls, South Dakota, this 8th
a »v of January, A. I). 1H05
'A'lilC FARMLAND MORTGAGE AND DEBEN­
TURE COMPANY.
MortK&ff&e
GATES,
Attorneys lor Mortgagee.
N. A. FOX,
Sheriff of Lake County, 8. 0.
THROW IT AWAY.
Triumph
the cure.
Mortgagee.
TUMORS,
8
Attorney (or Mortgagee.
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cr any need of
wearing clumsy,
dialing Trusses,
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Insomnia, I'anmin tbeBnek,Seminal Emissions, Nervous Debility
Pimples, I'nfitnef^ to Marry, Kxiianstiii!,' I»riiin«, Var(ct«'eja miid
Ooiift'.lj»atl'*»n. It all losaes by flay or 1 i^ht. Prevents onick*
tirs-s 11 discharge, (neb if not checked Sends to KpermutorrbcBa and
all the horrors of Impotenoy, l' 1*1 OK* E cieaua^a the liver, Un
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C. II.Wood, Madison, South Dakota
Do You
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Palpitation of the Heart
Shortness of Breath, Swelling
of Legs and Feet.
"For about four years I was
led with palpitation of the heart. A
shortness of breath and swelling or
the legs and feet. At times I would
faint. I was treated by the best phy
sicians in Savannah, Ga., with no re
lief. I then tried various Springs
without benefit. Finally, I tried
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
also his Nerve and Liver Pills. After
beginning to ktke them I felt better! I
continued taking them and I am now
In better health than for m:iny years.
Since my recovery I have gained flfty
pounds in weight. I hope this state
ment may be of value to some poor
sufferer."
A
which give only partin! relief
«t best, never cure, but often
inflict great injury, inducing
inilunin1atU a, strangulation
and d''iun.
HERNIA JSSSfS
matter of how long standing^
or of what size, is prompter
and pMUiaoontly cured without too koiw
ana without pa!n. Another
Conservative Surgery
Ovarian, Fibroid and
cutting operations.
O l/ll
£i
•ka
other
without the perils
however lar^a.
Fistula, and other
PILE TUMORS,
AltrMea of tho lower bowel, promptly cured
Without pain or resort to the knife.
OrpAVrtJi in the iiladder. 00 matter how
larne, is rruah^d, fNilverized,
avoiding cutting.
of ui isrnry pttmago it
also rvmovetl without
mod w^ied out, thus
STRICTURE
cutting. Abundant Befemtcea, and Pampfe.
leta.nn above dweasee, neat sealed, in plain e»»
•elop*?,
10
ets, (ctamp*).
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E. B. SUTTON, Ways Station, 6a.
Dr. Miles Ttoart Cnro Is sold on a positlT®
f11
iarantee that the tirst bottio will be net U
dWRgists sell it at CI, 6 liott les for 45,
S A LOCAL
or
jt^wlll be st nt, prepaid, on rceeipt of prtea
the Dr. Miles Medical Co art,
lad.
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