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DETAILS OF THE
POSTAL SAVINGS PLAN
^ra«pt Performance of Republican
fhtform Promise Is Certain.
Voakal Saving's Banks Will Form
Ioto
and Convenient System for
Aosumulating Savings.
bill providing for the establish
meat of postal savings banks was fin
orably reported by the United Stat•*
Senate Committee on Poetoffices imi
Poat Rosdn during the recent session »f
Congress, and is reasonably cert si In to
be enacted Into law during the comiin/
session, thus adding prompt jterform
anoe to the promise of the Republic.ir.
national platform relative to this for.n
of strengthen log oar national system of
finance.
The bill reported provides for the
establishment of postal savings deposi
tories for depositing savings at interest
with tbe security of the (Joveruimni
for the repayment thereof and deniu
nates the money-order post-ofliccs mnl
such others as the Postmaster-General
may, in his discretion, from time tn
time designate as saving* depositories
to receive deposits from the public and
to account and disuse of the same ac
cording to the terms of the art.
The depositories are to be kept open
for the transaction of business every
day, Sundays and legal holidays ex
cepted. during the usual ixist-ollics
business hours of the town and local!
ties where the respective depositories
•re located, and during such additional
hours as the Postmaster-General may
designate.
Accounts may be openert by any per
son of the age of 10 years, and a mar
ried woman may open an account free
from Interference by her husband. A
trustee may open an account for an
other person. No person can ojen more
than one saving account exept when
acting as trustee for another person
A depositor's pass book will be ie
livered to each depositor in which tbe
name and other memoranda necessary
for identification will be entered, and
entry of ail deposits shall be mude.
One dollar or a larger amount In
multiple* of 10 cents will be necessary
to open an account, but deiwmlts or in
cents or multiples thereof will be re
ceived after an account is opened
Upon receiving a deposit the post
master is required to enter the
receipt
I*ter«at Allowed
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of such
notice, is required to send an acknow!
edgment thereof to the depositor, whn li
acknowledgment shall constitute con
dnalve evidence of the making of such
deposit
om
Drpoatta.
Interest is allowed at the rate of 2
per cent per annum, computed annn
ally, on the average dcjioslt during
each quarter of the year. One thou
sand dollars is the maximum de|#»sit
allowed to the credit of any one ac
count, and interest will not be paid on
any amount to the credit of an account
in excess of $500.
Pass books must be forwarded to the
Postmaster-General on the anniversary
of the making of tbe first deposit fur
verification, posting, and credit of in
terest due. Withdrawals may be made
under rules and regulations to be pre
scribed by the Postmaster-General. De
posits are exempt from selrure under
any legal process against the depositor
and tl*ey are also exempt frni taxu
tlon by the United States or any state.
The name fo a depositor or the amount
to his or her credit may not bo dis
closed unless by order of the Postmae
tar-Ucaeral.
Postal savings funds are to be de
posited by the Postmaster-General In
national banks located as near as ma
be in the neighborhood where such de
podts were received at a rate of inter
est net less than 2*4 per cent per an
num. If dei»osits can not be made in
national banks at the s|H*'ltieit rate of
interest, the Postmaster-General may
with the approval of the Secretary of
the Treasury and the Attorney-General,
Invest the same in State. Territorial,
f, or municipal bonds. F'
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TAFT'S INJUNCTIONS.
I ask that every responsible
and fair-minded labor leader, ev
ery responsible and fair minded
member of a labor organisation,
read these (Taft's) Injunctions
for himself. If he will do so. in
stead of condemning them ho wllT
heartily approvo of them and will
recognize this further astonish
ing fact that the principles laid
down by Judge Taft in these very
Injunctions, which laboring peo
ple are asked to condemn, are
themselves the ?ry principles
which are now embcdled in the
laws or practices of every respon
sible labor organization. The
principles which he therein so
wisely and fearlessly laid down
serve as a charter of liberty for
all of us, for wage workers, for
employers, or the general putollc
for they rest on the principles of
fair dealing for all, of even-hand
ed Justice for all. They mark
the Judge who rendered them aa
standing for tbe rights of the
whole people as far as daylight
Is from darkness, so far is such a
Judge from the time-server, the
truckler to the mob, or the cring
ing tool of great, corrupt and cor
rupting corporations.—'President
Roosevelt.
'A STATESMAN WITH
SCIENCE."
Maine
in the pass book of the deftosltor nnd
immediately notify the Post master-tit n
eral of the amount of the deposit in id
the name of the depositor. The Post
master-General, upon
I believe our strong party with its
great principles is only in its infancy.
Our glory as a nation has but Just be
gun. There are mighty problems yet
to be solved, grave questions to be ans
wered, complex issues to be wrought
out, but I believe we can trust the
Grand Old Party and its leaders to
care for tbe entire future of our Na
tion and of our people as it has cared
for them so well in the past.—Hoi.
James S. Sherman.
In Des Moines Mr. Bryan talked free
trade, ia Indianapolis sailed into cor
porations, and in Topeks proclaimed
tbe aecessity of the guarantee of bank
deposits. Mr. Bryan is geographically
adjustable at a moment's aotlce, and
never dismayed when one of his para
mount issues blows up.—St. Louis
Olobe-Deinociftfc
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FLEETS
British
COM-
Description of the Republican Pres
idential Candidate by Senator
Borah of Idaho.
(From Senator Borah's Boston
Speech.)
"Now, it seems to be conceded by
friend and f0e that few men have been
nominated for the presidency whose
exiierlence, whose training and whose
sound and wholesome fashion of grasp
ing and dealing with public questions
were equal to those of William U
Taft.
"He is not a crusader, he is a states
man with conscience. He has won his
present position through a rfui, un
hesitating and undevuting devotion to
duty, through actually achieving things
on the open field of action, through an
intelligent conception of the strength
and worth of our great government
with its checks and balances and the
strength and capacity of our citl/.en
shlp with its loyalty and its patriotism.
"No man ever had a deeper regard
for the fundamental principles and pre
cepts upon which this government is
founded, and no one ever had a firmer
conviction that the constitution is a
sufficient chart by which to measure all
rights and obligations and to gauge all
the demands and all the aspirations
and restrain and control ail the reck
lessness of this indomitable race of
ours. Trained in the law, eleven years
on the bench, he explored well the
sources of Jurisprudence and carried
away from his work au everlasting de
votlon to order and Justice.
"Under all circumstances and under
all emergencies, he has proved himself
a brave, clean-minded, self-poised and
courageous statesman. No man can put
his finger upon a little or cowardly
act, an incompetent or questionable
piece of public service—no stain upon
his private life, no shadow upon
bis public career. And standlug now in
the full fierce light which beats upon a
throne, with eager eyes scrutinizing
every act of a long and arduous public
career, no doubt arises ns to his expe
rience and ability, no challenge comes
to his tine sense of duty or his patriot
ism."
OF AIRSHIPS.
Wsr Balloon Expert
Says Time
For Them
Is
Near.
In the opinion of Colonel James
Templer, former superintendent of the
balloon factory of the British uriny at
Aldershot, who talked at the Waldorf
hotel in New York the other night on
military aeronautics. It will be only a
comparatively short time when the
United States and other countries will
have large fleets of large dirigible
Im!
loons for emergencies of war.
The colonel went to New York
after
witnessing the tests of Captain Th' in
as S. Baldwin's war balloon at E
MAY CUT BRYAN IN GRANITE.
Amateur Sculptor Has Carved Fifty
four Faces on Small Block.
Elmer Buikett of Wayne, I'a., mine
owner and amateur sculptor, who ar
rived at New York recently on the
Cunarder T.usitania with a small piece
of granite in Ills pocket, is looking for
William Jennings Bryan. He met Mr.
Taft abrtmd ami managed to get the
Impression of the Republican candi
date's head ou the granite rock and is
now in pursuit of Mr. Bryan for a slt
tinir.
Mr. Barkett has chiseled some
crowned heads on his talisman, and,
although the stone Is only 3 by 7 by 7
InoLw, he lias carved upon it the faces
of fifty-four persons of note he has
met. Mr. Burkett said that many
vears ago. before he became wealthy,
he was walking along the tracks of the
main line of the Pennsylvania railroad
.iiid found the piece of granite. A
few days later fortune smiled upon
him, and no amount of money, he said,
could tempt hiin to part with It.
lie has a set of small, sharp steel
tools, made especially for him, and
they are always wrapped up with the
rock and guartltnl more carefully than
Ills purse. While on Ills way to I.iv
erpool a year ago ou the Cunarder the
sculptor received an offer of $10,00'
from an art collector for the rock of
many heads, but he refused to sell it.
IN PUft8lHT OF
Four Posses
OUTLAWS
Virginia
Out After
Bandits.
Richmond, Va., Oct. 3.—The four
passes of twenty men each which were
sent out by order* of Commonwealth's
Attorney Hubbard of Buckingham
oouaty have not yet succeeded in lo
cating the outlaws who have been ter
rorizing the inhabitants In and around
An'onia for several days past, accord
ing to th« latest advices from the
scene of the trouble, although they
tre said to be in hot pursuit. The
threat that newspaper men will be
shot on sight if they remained in thi
village of Arvonia has had :he effect
ef making it more diflcult than eve
to secure news from the place, but
news is momentarily expected from
•ne or more of the pursuing posses.
The governor has received confirma
tion of the killing of Charles Newton,
an enemy of the gang.
This is a Republican campaign of
reason, not rant of argument, not
agitation. Mr. Taft, the candidate,
makes its effective advocate. The
more the country sees of his personal
ity the more assured Is Republican vic
tory.
David B. Illil pleads that his health
will not permit him to campaign for
Bryan. If Mr. IIU1 is still a Democrat,
be should know that the time for a
Democrat to be sick is the day after
tbe election.
To le consistent Mr. Bt van, who is
pleading for Independence 'or the Fili
pinos, should immediately grant the
plea of the Democratic party for re
lease from the tyranny of Bryan.
When Mr. Bryan declares In Septem
ber that he is sure of being elected in
November, It reminds one that ho was
also elected in September, 1SUG, aad in
September, 1800.
WOMAN'S
BACKACHE
rt
y e V a e s a i o u n i e s i k e
U n
united States and England, Instead of
having only two or three little dirigi
bles, carrying two or three men e(
would ultimately be content with n
lng less than several hundred war
loons.
"I was delighted," said the colo
"with Captain Baldwin's balloon, a
was Just the right shape and size effi
ciently to train men, nnd It certainly
was a great personal success for Cap
tain Baldwin—who, by the way, is a
splendid chap—ns hitherto that size
balloon had never been made so that
it could be both dirigible and buoyant.
The fact of Its taking up two men ren
dered the ascent made by Captain
Baldwin and Lieutenant Lahm very
surprising to me and a most unquali
fied success.
"I am delighted to think that it is
under consideration that Captain Bald
win Is to receive instructions to build
a larger dirigible balloon for your war
department as soon as the money can
be obtained. Tills matter should be
pushed with all possible facility.
"I am delighted with my reception
I nm delighted with tbe country. Un
less I get orders I Khali stay here un
til the Wrights' aeroplane tests are
over. I want to Bee those, not that I
have any doubt as to the Wrights
meeting all the specifications of the
war department, but because I believe
they can do even more. I spent one
The h.u k is the mainspring of
Woman's oiganLsm. ll quickly calls
attention to trouble by aching. It
tells, with other symptoms, such as
nervousness, headache, pains in the
loins, weight in the lower part of
the body, that a woman's feminine
organism needs immediate attention.
In such cases the one sure remedy
which speedily removes the cause,
and restores the feminine organism
to a healthy, normal condition is
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND
Mrs. Will Young, of 6 Columbia
Ave., Rockland, Me., says:
I was troubled for along time with
dreadful backaches and a pain in my
side, and was miserable in every wny.
I doctored until I was discouraged and
thought 1 would never get well. I read
what Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable
Compound had done for others and
decided to try it after taking three
Dottles I can truly say that I never felt
so well in my life."
i ii Mrs. Augustus Lyon,of East EarL
w e a y O v e W i a n 1
cannot tell you how favorably he im
pressed me. The Wrights are, in fact,
the best up to date with aeroplanes.
They have the best heavier than air
machine that I have yet seen or read
of. We have a man in England, Cody
by name, who will really surprise peo
ple with an aeroplane that he will
soon test for the British army. Then
all, but I mustn't say anything about
that.—no, not a word," said the colonel
seriously.
s
"1 had very severe backaches, and
pressing-down pains. I could not sleep,
:i:id
had no appetite. Lydia
E.
Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound cured me
im! inade me feel like a new woman."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
Fur thirty years Ljdia E. rink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
sfandard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have l»een troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, iibroid tumors, irregularities,
jwriodic pains, backache, that bear
ing down feeling, Hat ulency, indiges
tion,di«iiiess.or nervous prostration.
APPROVES BILL OF LADING
Chairman Knapp Writes a Letter on
the Subject.
Chicago, Oct. 3 —The Traffic Bul
letin prints a letter from Chairman
Martin A. Knapp of the interstate
commerce commission to C. C. Mc
Cain, chairman of the uniform bill of
lading committee, approving the draft
of the new uniform bill of lading
which is to go into effect Nov. 1. In
his letter Chairman Knapp says:
"It will be a disappointment to me
and my associates if the carriers in
the official classification territory do
not unitedly and without exception in
sist upon the use of these bills of lad
iag, so far as they were intended to
be used, on aBd after Nor. 1 and I
sincerely hope that carriers outside
that territory will, so far as prac
ticable, take the same course at tbe
same time."
Mr. Taft's arguments are based upon
achievements Mr. Bryan's arguments
rest upon promises, most of which lie
now ignores as proved fallacies, such
as the fifty cent dollar and public own
erohlp.
MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Minneapolis Wheat.
Minneapolis, Oct. 3.—Wheat—Dec..
$1.00% 1.00% May, $1.04*4. On
track—No. 1 hard, $1.03VS
No. 1 Northern, $1.02%@1.02% No. 2
Northern, $ 1.00%® 1.00% No. 3
Northern, 96(&99c.
t& Paul Union Stock Yards.
St. Paul, Oct. 3.—Cattle—Good to
choice steers, [email protected] fair to good,
$5.00(#f .').7!): good to choice cows and
heifers, $4.00(a5.00 veals, $3.75g6.0D.
Hogs—$6.00 & 6.85. Sheep—Wethers,
$3.75^4.00 yearlings, $4.00®4.2G
spring lambs, $4.75(^ 5.50.
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth, Oct. 3.- Wheat—To arrive
and on track—No. 1 hard, $1.02% No.
1 Northern, $1.01% No. 2 Northern,
&9%c: Dec., $1.00% May, $1.04%
Oct., *1.00*4 Nov., $1.01. Flax—To
arrive and on track, $1.22% Oct., $1.
22V*, Nov., $1.22% Dec., $1.21%
May. $1.25%.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Oct. 3. Wheat—Oct.,
97%c Dec., 93%c May, $1.01%
July, 95!4c. Corn—Oct., 74%c Dec.,
64%c May, 64c July, 63%c. Oats—
Dec., 49c May, 51c July, 47%c. Pork
—Oct.. $14.60 Dec.. $14.85 Jan.,
$16.75® 16.77% May, $1«.67%. Butter
—Creainerits, 20® 26c dairies, 18^
"2c. Eggs—22c. Poultry—Turkeys,
18c cbtokens, ll%c springs, 1(^
Chicago Union Stock Yardfc
Chicago, Oct. 3.—Cattle—Beeves,
$3.7011 7.60 Texans. [email protected] West
ern cattle, [email protected] cows and heif
ers, $1.75(^5.60 calves, $6.25^8.50
stockers and feeders, $2.70 4.85. Hogs
—Light, $6.25rp7.00 mixed, $6.30©
,7.15 heavy, $6.30#7.20 rough, $6. 0
,@6.55 good to choice heavy, $6.56
i CT7.20 pigs, $3.75#5.90. Sheep, $2.40
|©4.2« yearlings, [email protected] lambs,
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$3.75© 6.00.
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Minnesota Man Fatally Sealdect,
Faribault, Minn., Oct. 3.—Henry
Huehl, employed in the packing plant
in thia city, fell into a vat of boiling
water and was fatally scalded.
"The smeil of moth balls is In the
air," says a lady Journalist in an au
tumnal ode. Due to the resurrection
of Bryan calamity speeches which
have been in storage for the past four
years.
DELICIOUS morning
w
beverage—a delight­
ful accompaniment to lunch
eon or dinner—rich, fra
grant, exhilarating—
OLD GOLDEN
COFFEE
It is always "just right full
strength, smooth and palatable,
with never a suggestion of
"off" taste or flat
ness. OLD
GOLDEN is an
unusual blend
which reveals
coffee goodness
MW to you.
LAND IS THE BASIS OF
ALL WEALTH
Then come and see me, and I will show
For Murder of Mrs. Gunness.
Laporte, Jnd., Oct. —In the circtiii
court here Judge J. C. Richter set
down for trial on Monday, Nov. 9, Un
case of Ray Lamphere, charged with
the murder of Mrs. Belle Gunness and
her three children. Laniphere is also
accused of complicity with Mrs. Gun
nets in the murder of Andrew Hel
gelein. State's Attorney Smith said
that he would have no difficulty in
urovine the death of Mrs. Gunness.
Will Be Married in December.
Paris, Oct. 3.—A special dispatch
received here from Rome says that
the Duke of the Abruzzi and Miss
Katherine Elkins, daughter of Senator
Stephen B. Elkins of West Virginia,
will be married on or about lc. 10.
Official notification of the wedding will
bo given out Nov. 10.
and the demand for Lake County farms is increasing. If you
are search of a
Home in a Good Climate
where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Cori^ ^Potatoes and in
fact everything adapted to this latitude and wheie
you can suooeMfully carry on
Dairying & Slock
Raising
and where your family will have the advantages oi
GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS
GOOD CHDRCH FACILITIES
permanently.
NCBIO
Brmmmrm MBm
TONE BROS., Des Moines, Iowa
Tou
11 you are renting land now, paying $3 to $5 annual
rental, I will show you lust as good iand and sell
it to you at what you wil pay out in rental
where you are in three ye^rs, and
will give you easy terms ot payment
If you
want a geed location in Madison
Correspondence Solicited
Chas. B. Kennedy,
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
Sy™.
III oonrto
acts «ontly^yet prompt-
if,
ly on the bowels, cleanses
he system pjjeetunlly,
assists one in overcoming
habitual eonstirati
conshpahon
\tly. To get its
jenejieial ejects buy
the dominie.
^lunujacturcd hythe
CALIFORNIA
Fio SyhxjpCO.
SOLO BY LEADING DRUGaSTS-NMp^BOTTU
It's ft pity when sick ones drutf ihe
stcma'h or stimulate the Heart and
Kidneys. Thot is all wrong! A weak
Stomach, nienns wewk Stomaoh nerves,
always. And this is also trm» of the
Heart and Kidneys, TLo wr.-k n rves
are instead cr i"g out for
help.
This
explains why Dr. hoop's Keslorati\e in
promptly helping Stomach, Heart and
Kidney nilment?. The Restorative
reaches rut for the actual causp of
these ailments- the failing "inside
nerves." Anyway test the Restorative
18 hours. It won't cure so soon as that,
but you will surely know that help ib
coming. Sold by Bchutz A Ketcham.
A pleasing, good, high grade, truly
flavored, amber colored cup of coffee can
be bad and without the real Coffee
danger, or damage t^ health—by simply
sing I )r Shoop's new substitute, called
"Health Coffee". Pure, wholesome,
toasted eeroals, malt. nuts. etc.. make Dr
Shoop's Health Coffee both healthful
and satisfying. No'20 to ?0 minutes ted
ious boiling. "Made in a minute," says
Dr. Shoop. If Served asooffee, its taste
will trick an expert. Test it and see—
A. Kellev & Son.
OlDGOUtfV
When Trifles become Troubles
If any person snspests that their kid.
neys are deranged they should take
Foley's Kidney Remedy at once and not
risk having Bright's disease or diabetes,
belay gives the diserse a stronger foot
hold and you shouid not delay taking
Foley's Kidnev Kerned
v. 11. Anderson.
lust what you want
I
lar^e number oi substantial buildings have been built
in Madison tie past ason and the city is steadily
growing in population.
have
such for vou.
W ill Interest Aiany
Every person should know that good
h»alth is impossible if the kidneys are
deranged. Foley's Kidntn lUmedy will
cure kidney and bladder diHeann in every
form, and will build up and strengthen
these 01 trans HO tl.ry wiil perform tbe
furiclioin proptrly. No daug. of
llritfht s disobse or diabetes if Fule)'n
Kidney is Ukea iu.Ume.- I. II.
Anderson
Millions ot bottles of Foley's Ffoney
and Tur have been sold without any
person ever having experienced any other
than beneficial
hjhuHh
fr' in its \in- f.
coughs, colds and lung trouble. This is
because the genuine Foley's Honey and
Inrin tho veilow packatre contains no
plates or other harmful drugs. (uar(
your health by refusing »ny but the gen
uine. J. U. Andersuti.
Heart Strength
Heart su-pn^h, or Heart Weakness, means Nerve
fn i '.,r
N,'rve
r-iion,
Weakness—nothing more. Poa-
Itiveiy. not one weak liuart in a hundred is, tn it
ST.
al!Jullr-
U is almost always i
hjd'lon tiny little nerve that re.-Uly is
all
strengthen
tii
in
as
k
at fault.
This obscure nerve—the Curdine, or Heart Nervo
niust have, more power, mora
BtaMlity, liiorv controlling, more governing
n n
1
i1
tha,.t^h""*'»«
to fail,
IttUSt eontlnuo
and the stomach and
kidneys also have
these same controlling nerves.
1
his li iiily explains why as a mpdiclno, Dr.
Bhoop sRestorative has in the past don.- so much
for weak undailing Hearts. Ir. shoop lirst sought
the of all this painful, palpitating, suffocat
ing heart distress. Dr. Shoop's Kestorativi—ttii-J
popular prescription—is alone directed to theso
Weak and wasting nervo centers. It hullds:
it strengthens it offers real, genuine heart help
If
yea
would
have
st.ong
Hearts, strong
di-
theso Serves reestablish
Uccded,
with
Dr. SHoop's
estorative
SCHllTZ & KETCHAM
WflBBEN W. TBLLES
TEACHER OF VOICE
HARMONY and COM
JT POSITION.
CjonrainiDs a Specialty
TERM:-$.75 per Lesson
of Forty Minutes.
APPLY AT RESIDENCE
ONE BLOCK SOUTH
OF EAST HALL.v?
4ty% Pii'ibHIM AM*

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