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E BakinO POWOt* COU,
Chicago.
into nonie of the Northwest
fully 1,000 Immigrant* or ccl
ion agents whom* duty It
induce immigration to the terri
mentioned. The officials who
ranging the details of the plan
Stubbs, traffic director for the
man lines: General I'asnenger,
I-omax of Union Pacific S. F*. 1
as^tant trafTl«- manager of
xag linen of the Southern Pa
B. CamplKll. traffic manager
Oregon Railway and Naviga
"ilany. i
'he Southwest." said Mr. Morse,
•ive over 3.000.1)00 acres of fertile
which
R.PRICE'S
The difference of cost between a good
-i a poor baking powder would not
,mount for Emily's supply to one dol
lar a yean The poor powder would
cause doctors' bills
SETTLERS
FTER
iNTIC COLONIZATION SCHEME
PLANNED BV THE HARRI-
MAN ROAM.
(03
IN THE SOUTHWEST
w 0 i y a o u a n I n v
ration Agent* to Work in the
die and Eastern States and Pot-
HM
into
Northwest—Frequent
^cseehers* Excursions to the Sec-
s Where the Land Is Situated.
Feb. 3.—Traffic officials of
jtii.Tu Pacific and their allied
are meeting here with a view to
ting the largest colonization
v« attt mpted by Western roads.
"IK purpose.of the men controll
ilanitnan linen to provide oc
'ft for millionH of acres of fertile
»occuji«»d land# in Southern Cal-
Texas and Western Louisiana,
'••neraj pinn will be to send Into
liddle and Kantern states. and
would tnnke good homos
idiistrioiiH p«ople. We ludieve
'tion of the rnitcd Staten has
•«'n 01 me rnited states nasi u,. |lMS 1,
brilliant future than Texas and
Louisiana and we are con
'hat all that
IH
public know whut we have got."
announced that within a short
••very one of the 1.0t»0 or more
I,,s
f,
will be at work throughout the
®*t of the Mississippi river.
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time to time lunnese.'kera' ex
"lis will be run to the fvrritorie:
'tinned and special inducements
offered to get the public to
"ie Southwest and Southern Cal
iiia.
Seventh
Man
to
Ba
LouIh.
Sl
11111
1
any times this.
tn
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is
the most economical in the end, because
-T-cs further in leavening and insures
feet, wholesome food.
l%ed always in making the biscuit
cake it saves both health and money.
.Lie from pure, grape cream of tartar,
:aost healthful of fruit acids.
Notj.—Y^u
innct, if ond
health. nfloril to U*e cheap, iow-frr.nk*
1.iking jKnuivrv They afe r.nfJti), in
spite of the pure i* ni l.ws, ir. iOo Irom
aimn. whith 'vlanpcrs the h*\u*.h. Al!
pfcvM v.rl t» U s» icl. pO«/-
AGREE ON A MINIMUM RATE.
Outcome of the Conference of Officials
of Atlantic Lines.
New YorV. flu stave Srhwab
American enslneer of th«» North Ger
man I.Ioyd company. *al I that th»*
freight agreement entered Into bv th"
steamship companies was not a radl
al raisins of rates and that it would
not work hardhhip to the American ex
porter. "The line have simply
agreed." &iid Mr. Schwab. "on a n.ini
mum rate. The effect of this a* roo
m« tit cannot help but work to the j:-»od
«sf tarrying business. As a matter of
fart not a ton or bushel of freight has
been carried from this port to Kia-Hfh
pert? for monthx which has not cos*
more than It brotipbt in to handle It
Our line is not in the agreement be
cause we are riot an Knslish line, but
only carry cargoes to f'ontincntal
ports. However, we will irituraHy ben
•fit by tho action of the otl •rs
EXPECTED PRICE TO ADVANCE.
Monnesota Farmers Store Potatoes
and Are Disappointed.
Anoka. Minn.. K» It i» estimat
ed that between one-third and one
half of the entire crop of potatoes
raised la«t year in this county are still
in roothouses and cellars. Farmers
have been looking for very high pru r«
•his spring, and the gradual decline the
last ?lx weeks has bwn a disappointe
njer.t. However. Southern seed sttwk
is still brir.KinK 7.* cent* a bushel ami
white ftock cents. The loss from
shrlnkape is about U* per cent. lTn
shall i less prices soar latf»r those who stored
their potatoes will be losers by about
30 per nt.
FOR A COLONY OF NEGROES.
Options Being Secured 01 Land* in
Mills County, la.
Hastings, la.. Feb. -A negro from
Southern Alabama has been in this
county for the pas' three days getting
options on large tracts of the finest
land in Mills county, five miles oast of
Tabor. The object of buying so large
a tract of land is to colonize negroes
for farming and gardening purposes
and to place their products on the
Omaha markets,
been given the option on sev
eon
orfl (lf tlu
and f|)r somo
necessary Is to
Indicted.
Feb. 3 -A bench warrant
Im«U
issued for the arrest of a
member of the house of dele
who wuh recently before the
.i"ry as a witness in the St.
I'1, and Suburban bribery Investlga-
The former delegate, who la the
I '1") man to be indicted in connec
wilh the municipal bribery scan
has nut be«n arretted and hi#
ln
withheld.
NICE BJORNSTAD
1
given the option on sev-
finest farms in tho county
of the land he agrees to
pay a» high as &iuu uu acr»?.
MOVEMENT PtACE.
Unusual Activity In Diplomatic Circles
at The Hague.
The Hague. Feb. 3 There was un
wonted activity in diplomatic circles
here during the day and it was gener
ally believed to have had scnie cm
nectlon with the Dutch note to r.rcat
Pritain regarding peace in South Af
rica The German minister. Count von
Peurtales. had a long interview with
the Uritish minister. Sir Henry How
nrd The (lot secretary of the Hritish
legation. A. P. G. Leveson-Gow -r un
expectedly started for London and the
Putt foreign minister. Haron von Lin
den hail a conference with Ir. Kuyper
he premier of the Netherlands, and.
subsequently, had an audi.-nee with
Queen Wilhelmlnti.
•m
very
v
ISLANDS'
GOVERNOR TAFT CONTINUES
•TATEMENT CONCERNING
PHILIPPINES.
MOST ROADS IMPAS3A3Lu
Spaniards Made No Effort to improvt
Them and Natural Conditions Arc
Hard to Overcome—Mutes and Milk-'
1
Producing Animals a Necessity. I
Disagreements Between Civil and
Military Officials a Trivial Matter.-'
Washington. Feb. 3.—Governor Taft
continued his statement concerning
conditions in the Philippine ar hipel
ago before the senate committee on
the Philippines. Speaking generally
Governor Taft said there were no
reads the Philippines under the
Spanbh, but that since the establish
ment of American control $1
bad been appropriated for road im
provements both for strategic and
ommertial purposes. Most of the
towns are on the sea coast an 1 the
rrcater pan of the travel for any dis
tance is by boat. He also said that the
wheels of such vehicles as are used
are so nariow that they cut i: the
roads badly. Moreover, the fre juent
freshets in the streams render it diffi
cult to maintain the roads. In most,
if not alt. the it-lands. Governor Taft
^aid. there is a mountain ba kbone
which is "practically impaAable Gen
eral Hall had succeeded in crossing the
l.'i/on mountains, but his men were al
most dead when they emerged. It: his
tour Governor Taft had fcund the in
dustries In progiess. though m'.i in
terrupted. largely on account the
destruction of the water buffalo or
car-.boo. the work cattle of the island.
This animal he described as "the beast
of burden, the family friend, the wealth
of the individual and the object of all
the robber bands of the mountain dis
trirts." In the last two years about
7." }»er cent of those animals had hep:
killed off by a disease called the rln
der pest and their price had increased
from I" to 140 per head. AgHcui
hire also had been icterrupt*d bv in
surrection but in the vicinity of Manila
this was not trup today. In the cit
where the streets are rough, the w'/
ness said that the cariboo moves
slowly as to blot k the streets and
thought that mules might be import*
He also expressed the opinion th.v
milk-producing animals might be ir.
ported to advantage. There are fir
cattle ranges, but to his knowledge
milk is produced on the islands.
Returned to Military Rule.
Resuming the thread of his narra
tive, Governor Taft said that the is'
and of Obu was not long organized
into a civilized government until it
was found necessary to return to mil
tarv control. He had. however, e\
informed just before his departure fo
the I'nii-d States that the 3o0 or 4'
The reply was that most of these en
counters had taken place in Hataneas.
I agtina. Miiub ro. Pohol. Samar, Ctb 1
anl a few other places Most of th
11oops are In those provinces.
Referring to the Macabebes Ooven.-
01
Taft said they had always been at
war with their neighbors: that they
hnd formerly been friends of the
Spaniards and that when the Ameri
cans took charge of the country they
had also transferred their allegiar.
to the United States. He thought
there were 8.000 or 10,#00 of them.
"You speak." said Senator Culber
son. as the witness progressed, "of di*
agreements between the civil and the
military authorities as to wh^thcT
there should be a ivil or military cor.
trol of a certain district: In such casrs
who determines as to what shal! b-"
done?"
That." replied Governor Taft. "is a
question of instructions, or rather of
construction of instructions: but w"
have gotten along so far without rati 1
cal disagreement. One difficulty o:
this kind was submitted to Washing
ten and we were told that we must re
oncile our differences if we could W
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MADISON, 80CTH DAKOTA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1902.
jab-*, jt'
'i KECOHMENDED BY
JOHN
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PHYSICIANS d^SUIUiEONS,
POND'S
EXTRACT
Sixty Years a Household Remedy
For Burnti Cuts, Sprains and
Bruises*
0 A t* I O N"! Witch TTazel i net
7'jNL-S EXTRACT. Trsiht upon Cemu
m, POND'S EXTRACT. soU oniy in
bottles, Lu!f wrappers.
SCHLEY AT NASHVILLE.
Admiral Enthusiastically Cheered by
Ti'ourands of People.
.\.«hviile. Tenn.. Feb. —The fn
cl' T'icnt weather necessitated an aban
donment of the parade in honor of Ad
n.iial Schley, hut the Admiral and
Mrs. Schley wer? escorted to the cap
ito! by a detachment of Confederate
v. t.-rans. state militia and Knights
T* rnplir. The strec»ts along the rout?
we're
rro*vd
BEST FOR THE
BOWELS
Jf Tfiii fc*r»n I r.v r, br» m. o( th«
TV
I.s IT
Kntr
Tlu1
«tKRU«C.
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insurgents on the island had surren
dered and that the islajid had been er
tirelv tranqullued.
Tliis statement led Senator Hale to
ask a question.
Within the past days." he paid
"I have observed by the newspapers
that there were 41 small fights within
the space of 3'* days—where do they
occur?"
8CHULTZ
Keep
1
did so and have had no other materia!
difficulties of the kind."
He promised to speak more exten
sively on this question of Jurisdiction
at a later time.
Used a Bomb for Fireworka.
New York. Feb. 3—A dynamite
bomb exploded in the midst of a crowd
of Italians celebrating a feast day Ir
Klh:abeth street and seven.ly injure 1
two persons and threw the others into
a panic Two Italians who cav.1^
the explosion were arrested. They
claimed the usual fireworks had been
emitted from the celebration and for
ilu reasoM thnv set off the bomb
In Starting Out Wltn ine new isai onto the band wagon and ride down to our Shoe Store for your SHOES.
We are "Leaders" in GOOD SHOES at
y
with people aTld the
*rs for Admiral Schl v were verv
warm. It is estimated that lO.Oyo
fathered at the south entrance of the
ho :se of representatives where tb*4
formal welcome to the state was de
livered. The crowd on Capitol bii!
wai the greatest ever known
Sugar Trust wants a Refund.
New York. Feb. 3.—Action has been
be^tjn in the United States irccit
c.urt here by the American Sugar
ompanv for the return of 124*.247
ta to the government in duties on
Mj^ar import* d. The suit is because
of the decision of the supreme court
of the United States that duties need
r.ot be paid on merchandise imported
fiorn inKulp.r poss -ssions of the Unit
1 States. Collector Ilidwell is made
defendant. The United States has
\».thdrawn its demurrer and will pc
uv.t judgment to be taken by default
(•MMl
Proprietor
constautly ou hand
a
ful
linn of
Fiesn and Cured Mis
Fiabt towl and Game in seasou.
Etrau avenue.
••AAA
wwwww
Real
Mi
Loans i
CHA5. B. KENNEDY,
President.
i
1'.:
I.t. K--^r yo
ii. Hi the »h% of
ii.io rou-. T!.- *?•.«
*jr ot ket-Fini te
CANDY
CATHARTIC
i
CANDY
tuipr ro*r»*T. ciiiowm toks.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
CITY
MEAT MARKET,
THE riADIfON
!State Bank
Hadison, S. 0.
I Farm Loans at
AGENT FOR
^RATES'^
LOUIS MALONEY.
DEALER IN
CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS.
Sample Rooms Corner
Fr&ii
the delay which
of your life* Why not stop the pain today
rorai'r and !,t*rstnr..•*.
I-. l..e
a w i S i s
I Sausage & Fish
I «iiy. Call aikd
^iiimi
1
win
iiipi 11
Hard
& Soft
We handle th$
BEST GRADES
in the market, and
e s e u y s o i i
your patronage.
flasiilc Terocie. l!) HUBBELL BROS.
•••4•••••••••••••«••••«
Contracts for the
season a specialty.
it
T* 6iHM
Office on Main t.
lWM*l
I
Yp„ f. you want to start right: and if you have not. already started, you betterget
reasonftble prices. We do all kinds oi Shoe Repairing. Give us a caU and be oonyaoed.
PRICE FIVE CEJiTS
J. H. WILLIAfl50Nt
Vice President.
Sioux Fails Brewing Co.
Ave. & 4th Street.
Told by Pain
E you have pans you should look after
them
quickly. Pain shows something is
wrong. The sharper the piin the mere dan
ger tiure is in dilcy. Tbcie are thousands
of women to-day who are bearing
pain almott continually, ratiur thac tell a
{:hysic:an
about the shooting ir.s in their
o*vr abdomen, about the agnry of falling
of the womb ini the distrc&s of lcucorrhoea.
Tfc*y let the. r^onths pass and tjcr trouble
becomes harder to cure and more distressing.
But modest wor.-.en can s*~cvre fxemption
from the crr.harrassinent of a private exami
nation. Vhcn pain tc!ls them cf danger
they can cure themselves by the use of
WINEOTCARDUI
in the privacy of their homes. You can be
cured without distressing publicity. With
these facts before you there is no reason for
increasing your misery ACD wasting TLU DAYS
lay?
Bflfn. M!m.. March 9. WW.
I h*T# Tiw-d one Settle cf Wine of CftMui and one pactAjr ef Thedf "rd'i
Black-Draught. Hefore 1 bcg%a to take your r.irti-.cou-s 1 r.ad i-a.r.s iniray
bark, hips, lower ho%rel*Ani mv am ». s met mt1 thought I ulu
b! nd. Mv beh.«1 and I weak I co.:ld hardly va.k across the
flcKir. Now I can oniy feel a little cf the ta:a in ror s- de ana 1 am ?oinfr to
Oi'e yeur m*i.o nes unt-.i I get cured, iu ht-ve they will certain.y cure
c»e. 1 have leen marre.-d twelve ar* and atu thenietherof *even eh ldre&«
I uiaok vou for your wonderful medicine and what it hu done for me.
MATILDA SMITH.
•Th^
t, (r.T-.ns •TTrptoiT-.*.
Me........ ^4,^.!
E Orders promjitly delivered la any part of tlie
try m.
I'mimMWiiiiminwiiiii'iiwmw i
GOAL
i' AJvik.ry
Tt:.x
i
Fresh & Salt Me&tsSi
Cured Ham5
i
Palace Meat flarket.
I fill
J. P. N1SSEN.
1'
COAL!
We ha*e now in stock and pre
pared to supply
THE BEST GRADES
HARD &
SOFT
418 EG AN AVE.
COAL
in large and small quantities.
I^t us fill your bins for the
winter. We are confident we
ould please you from our excel
ent stock.
JONES BROS.
i Elevator

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