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$ i"f -f 4*ft ..4-^4 4gk *?v &F \y» &* I' ':«••'9-,- f- *V l-'i "i V'r -Vh i 4- h-' V?r i, "Vv, -M .i 1 k f. ,1" V-' •s$k wbmmi r V e •..W! W. Martin, of Deadwo|i|§f^|- 8. Veesey, of Wearing too Spring# tieeteesnt Governor— H. C. Sholwr, of High mora .. Secretary of State ?4 Bainuel C. Pulley, of 4r^•„: J. A. JOHNSON. glaiht i'cuC»cv MAOIHOM.HODTR UAKOTA. TELEPHONE, NO. 26a satitrday. ocr. 24. vjoh TSRMK OF IVBDORlPflOli. Mil, I .94.OU BMIhl ii.00 fimuii James S. Sherman, of Sb* l*restdential Electors— John Xj. 1.00 iMNlk 36 ftt wmk to J. P. sTAHL. Fropctrtof J. A UTAH L. MTIMM. WfWMXANTXKtL president William H.Taft, ofObt* Vice President Browne of Rrown j. C. H. Loin of Robert* y J. P. Schraeder of IVnningtoa Cottlieb Doerlng of llutcbinggB United States Senator Ooe I. Crawford, of Huron tatives in ('ongress— WB. Hurke. of Pierre 1/ D»a4wo(Mv, Attorney U^neral & W. Clark, of Red field G. Johnson, of Canton of School and Public O. Dokkaci, of Clear Ijake iv£«Mrilitendent of Public lnHtruettiiQDi i,-T^H. A. Uatrud, of»iowx Palls ^V 4 BailroaH CommiHsioDer- C. Qfitinaon of Jrotoft ...'m-I?. fi BOUNTY TKKtl 8eii»tor~ 1. A. Johnaoo, of Mad||| '"}i 0. B. Meyers, of Chester C. H. Thurow. of Concord Auditor- Milo Drake, of lianuwa ?V«Murer P.J. Hoidal1 of Summit Xtafister of Deed» 1. A. Baldwin, of Went worth 9pt. of Sohoolu L. 0. Kellogg, o« Nund4 bounty Judge J. F. Blew it t, of Madia& States Attoroey J. 4 Ham Urdahl, of Madiaoe S«*t^Court« r.R. Van Slyke, of W, tariff— L. S. Martin, of Herman bounty ommiH«ioiier Jime*Oimo, *5 of Wiqtftw! 5 fi Corooer— E. W. Coldman. of Maditwm &*' I,u Pettifrew of Sioux Fall" has the democratic campaign fund coptribntian of 94,000, diuiatch- In "one political argu- NitiTxiiig and able ia this city. Gov. V«Mte7 oigbt to a Hiw thwiler ar party. Be ttoe two great t« W» audience in lliltt a gr«j|t ova «f bla «fi»ech. the primary lit of Dakora CS^tfedge for the ':,F'r": 4 ., THAT ?ARttENT3 SH0ULD BE /\UL WOOL IF PEOPLE^ WHO SELL THEMT YOU 5AVTHEV/WE HHE" MMB MAY BE "FLTECfD IN ORDER TO MAKE WOOLEN GOODS BOT'fe!. flEEDNOT* BE FLEECED IF too BUY AT fi RELIABLE STORE BUSTER BROWfi. .SOME .SKIRTS, WAI.ST.5 ANE CLOAKS ARE CERTAINLY A YARD WIDE IF NOT ALL WOOL, or COURSE OUR GARMENTS ARE ALL WOOL RUT WE ARE THANKFUL THAT THEY ARE NOT ALL A YARD WIDE. AND .So .SHOULD YOU BE. RECAU.5E YOU ARE NOT A YARD WIDE. WHY NOT (SET CLOTHED THAT FIT. WE FIT PEOPLE IN OUR .STORE. THE ONLY TIME WHEN MANY PEOPLE WHO BUY CLOTHED "HAVE A FIT" IS AFTER THEY BUY THEM. YOU WILL NOT HAVE A FIT AFTER YOU BUY GARMENTS FROM S BUT WHEN YOU BUY THEM. party nominee for United Htaten sena tor, to «nci-.eed Senator Kittredge, Gov ernor Crawford is entitled to the unani UUOU8 flection by the next le^itUiitnre lu rfljort, all ceif-reniM'cting repabli chuh, putting party fidelity and partv aucceflH Hbove perwinal coiiHideration flhonld and -will work for and vote for every republican candidate this year fioui Taft down to the last man on the comity ti kefc. The republican pwty in thia election hn» uo apology to ofter for its candi daten or it* platforiu. Our c'Miididat« for novernur, Senator R. B. Vo«wey, iw a man of experience and ability and a law-maker and well worthy of Huppoit HO far above Andrew E. Lee. his demo cratic opponent, lioth in experience an u law-iuakei and ability that there'can be no compariHon between them. The Spirit of Dakota ex|ect8 Miner county at the coming election to roll np the bi^gect republican majority for the wnole repablicn ticket in fee hia tory of Miner county. THE PREACHERS Large Familaet Urged by One Reporters Barred by the Other Wmgo Oct ^.—Praaident [HooHa velt's doctrine relative to large fami li«, wan applied by Rev. Cyrus Town send Biady, rector of Trinity church. Toledo, Ohio, yesterday with his nn onalitied indorsement to parinhionern in the Episcopal chnrch. "For the welfare of tbe chnrch," said he. "there uoat more children. I Hpeak to clergymen as well as to lay men. Ortr families are not large enough. This ix narticularly true of the clergy. They do not have large families, and in thin they are setting aside the command of God to multiply and replenish the earth. "The clergy eaunot expect the laity to raise large families if they do not set the exHuiple. I have six children and in my city 1 am considered a pa triarch. "At present we are compelled to draw upon the offspring of the ui em hern of other denominations to people onr Sunday schools. This should not. be so. It nefsd not be. The paucity of children in onr church is remarkable. The future of tbe chuich depends on them." Lenox, Mass. Oct. 28.—The Rev. Harold Arrowsmith, rector of fashion able Trinity Chnrch, after having de layed the services for ten minutes, ap peared in tbe door of tbe church and ordered tbe reporters to be gone on last Sunday. His long denouncement of the news paper men attracted^theaattention of a company of churchgoers approaching and also of the oongregation. It w wholly unexpected.as no complaint had reached tbe newspaper men that they were not wanted within the beauti ful church. When asked fot ux explanation of his act, the Rev. Mr. Arrowsmith said members of the congregation had been annoyed by re potters taking names of their guests as toey arrived at tho church, fie further saidlhat tbe mil lionaire meutbexs of his flock did not like their departure from churcn pie turod and aa a fashion pa- aacs ~jS2yc!i UnWSOfB Mi ii the s' ,• *V «*•. .A RESOLVE O iwrtwe»tto» (M ataman rrwibUa *f k Stale Issues Strong in Both- States frmperance •'k There is one great question to be determined both in Ohio and in In diana. and that is the actual strength of the temperance and the liinoi ele ments. ID Brittoa. Oct. JuMfth i*|tr, farinei and thresher, residiug in Buffa lo Lake township, this county, was sandbagged, shot and robbed, abont two miles south of this city, while on bis way to town to make a payment on his threshing machine. He had been collecting threshing bills and was hurrying his team in or der to get to town and make his settle rnent before the train left for the south. Within about two miles of town be met a team and buggy iu which there were two men. The strangers turned their team out of the road as though to let Lehr pass, and one called to him and asked if that wa* the road to Sasso's and Lebr an swered that it was, whereupon one of the strangers went over to Lehr'^wa gon, pretending that he had not heard what Lehr bad said. He jumped on tbe bub of the wagon and struck Lehr with a alung shot, making him uncon scions. When Liehr came to, bis team was walking slowly toward town and he was lying in the bottom of the wagon box. He did not known he had been shot until a doctor found be bad a bullet in his right shoulder. The robbers took ffi20 in bills, a check for |15 and some silver, besides a gold watch. It is supposed they knew Ijehr was to make the payment on his machine and had timed their meetiug so as to get him on a part of the road remote from any house. A mail driver passed two men in a cov ered buggy going south at 4.) p. in., and it is thought that they were fh* tuen who did the lobbing. tickling or dry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr. Shoop's Cough Keutedy, And it is so thoroughly harm less, 1 bat Dr. Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else, even for very young babies. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative properties to Dr. Shoop's Cough Heme dy. It calms the cough, acd heals the sensitive bronchial membranes. No opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh ujied to injure or stppress. Demand Dr S&DOP s. Accept no other. Sold by Schutz & Ketcbam. Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue, New Britain, Conn,, Writes: "I tried several kidney remedies, and was treated by our best physicians fot diabetes, but did not improve until I took Foley's Kidney Remedy. After the second bottle I showed improvement, and fife bottles cuj&d me completely. I hive dunce passed a rigid examination insuraaoe. Foley's Kidney oures baokMhe and aUtorms of nnresuK for lite ItMliiiili QY5HSPSU tmuts %1 *%, every fight of this kind the liquor uieu make the most noise. They are largely concentrated in the centers of population. Their representatives are always seen in the hotel lobbies, at political meetings and in every place where people are in the habit of talk init politics It is naturally tbe case in Ohio, as well as ix. Indiana and other states, that politicul observers ouie most in contact with those people who are particulaily in sympathy with saloons. Tbe large temperance element, on tbe other hand,do their work through other agencies. They remain at home or else get together in churches or societies, and it has always been the history of the temperance movement tnat it has failed to make itself felt iu public as much as st the polls. This condition is reflected in tbe two neighboring states of Ohio and Indiana today. The saloon question is exciting tbe people above everything else and as usual the liquor men come to the surface at all times and geueially succeed in making tbe most noise. It is not necessarily true that a cut of the state ticket on the liquor question by the so called peisomkl li Iterty element means an equal leas to the national candidate. ROBBED- Farmer Attacked If K -Men and Robbed of $625 i t* OHIO AKO INDIANA Factor Columbus, O., C)ct. 23 -Tho situa tion herj in Ohio 011 the presidential ticket is much the same as in Indiana. That is to say, the republican candi date for the presidency on a stiaight ticket surely would carry tbe state by au enormous majority. There i* no doubt of this either in Ohio or In! 1 liana. The only difficulty is tnat local issues of a serious character hive amen in each state and it is manifestly impossible to say jast bow far these influences will affect the na tional ticket. There isn't the slightest donbt that Taft will carry Ohio, but it wonld not he out of the range ,f probabilities if Jodson lliirmon, the democratic candi date, should fe elected governor. As in Indiana, where Watson, republican, is having a hard time of it, it i.? th» tempeiauce question which has made all the tn uble. Taft's chances in both states are far and away better than Bryan's, but in each cape the fight on the state tickets complicates niatteisto such an extent that the democrats may win the gov ernor and even the legislature without taking the electoral vote away from Taft. Two MONTGOMERY ON TRIAL Pittsburg Cashier Shows Effect #f Confinement. 1'lttsburg. Oct 24.—William Mont gomery, formerly cashier of the Wrecked Allegheny National bank of this city, was placed on trial before Jii lae James S. Young In the United States district court on charges of 'bezzleinent, abstraction and misap :Uon in which $469,000 Is involved. 1 rmer Judge Stone, Attorney E. Y. LAKE STEAMER ASHORE. Crew and Passengers Taken Off by Lifesavers. Racine, Wis., Oct. 24.—Tha passen ger steamer Marquette, plying bo tween Kenosha, Waukegan and Chi cago, went on the beach one and a half miles south of Kenosha during a northeast gale. On account of a haze the crew lost their bearings. The Ke nosha lifesavlng crew went to the steamer and took the crew and seven passengers safely to shore, there be Ing fear that the boat would go to pieces on account of the increasing seas and storm. A tug went out from Kenosha and after pulling on the boat for several hours succeeded in releasing the steamer and towed her to the Keno sha harbor. The vessel is leaking considerably. Lifesavers Rescue Cr|fc Ndrfolk, Va.,* Oct. 24.—The three lnasted schooner Floyd Rogers, Cai tain Lowrey, from Georgetown, S. Because He Ate Green Apples. New York, Oct. 24.—Because he ate green apples after repeated instruc tions from his superior officer not to do so Private Bernard Lelser of Bat tery D, Third field artillery, U. 8. A.. has been dishonorably discharged from the service and sentenced tn for feit all pay and allowances due him and to be confined at hard hMw tnr »tx months. It Isn't a phonograph that you hear persistently emitting the doleful thrase, "Antl-lnjunctlon, anti-Injunc tion!" It comes from a real, live, big green parrot, which Mr. Bryan totes in a beautiful brass cage. Happy Thought For Mr. Bfrynn. merciful Providence fashioned us hol low 1 that we might our prinoerples swal- 1 ?,K' rfe- I WILLIAM MONTGOMERY. Breck and Montgomery's brother rep resent the cashier, while United States District Attorney Dunkle is the prosecutor. Since the failure of the bank re cently for over $1,000,000 Montgom ery has been in jail under bail of $160,000. He was brought to th« court house pale and nervous. CAPTURED IN 0HI0A60. Man Aocused of Victimizing His Min nesota Employer. Chicago, Oct. 24.—Charged with vic timizing a fi-lendly employer who hsul liven him expense money so he could complete his education in the Eng lish language Frederick Oijsen, grad uate of a German university and son of a Belgian army officer, was arrest ed for forgery In Chicago. He was Indicted later by the grand jury. Gijsen is accused of forging the name of F. A. Bean, vice president of the New Prague Flour Mills company, New Prague, Minn., t» a check for $500, which he cashed at the First National b&nk here. Gijsen came from his native coun try four months ago and went to New Prague with letters of recommenda tion to Bean, who hired him as a pri vate secretary because he could speak several languages. When Bean sent Gijsen to St. Paul to master the Eng lish language thoroughly he gave the man $40 to pay his preliminary ex penses. Before Gijsen left it is alleged he stole several checks from Bean's checkbook and Instead of going to St Paul came to Chioago. Knowing Bean had an account at the First National bank Gijsen went there and presented for payment a cheek for $500, tc which Bean's name Is said to have been forged. He was given th money. ftnd The Wildcat Candidate—Bryan Business Interests. Xtt hit writings dealing with the mr» ly part of the war Albert D. Richard son tells of going to bed one evening with ?70 iu his pocket and waking up with $20. Nobody had touched his pocket. The bank bills were there, but between the hours of retiring and rising those bank bills had diminished tn value from $70 to $20. That was Democratic money. The Democratic party had just gone out of power. It had been in power for many, many years, and its idea of the sort of currency for American men of business to try to do business with is Indicated in the incident related by Mr. Richardson. History tells how the Republican party took hold of Demo cratic wildcat money and throttled it with the national banking law, and dollars no longer melt away in pockets while the owner is sleeping. The Democratic wildcat, however, hi still on tho rampage. It has the same fur and claws and tall, the worse for age, It Is true, and considerably the worse for experience. Like the Bour bons, it has neither learned nor forgot ten anything and is just as ready to make cats and dogs of American cur rency and American business interests as it was in the days of Buchanan. Bryan's guaranty of bank deposits means, in brief, that the safe, careful, conservative bank in which John Smith deposits his money is to be made responsible for the wildcat con cern in which John Jones deposits his and whose funds have been loaned out, perhaps under cover of legality, on worthless paper to speculators and schemers. The Democrats were al ways tenderly Inclined toward institu tions of the class last mentioned, and it Is not strange to find the Democrat ic candidate for the presidency want ing to safeguard the delinquent bank and its wildcat loans with the money belonging to the stockholders of banks that are faithfully and soundly man aged. The scheme, which Is just about as sound as Bryab's free silver penacea of twelve years ago, is a fair measure of the caliber of the man and of his capacity for doing mischief to the busi ness interests of the United States should he be endowed with tbe power which attaches to the office of presi dent It also indicates to business men the folly of giving any comfort or encouragement to the Bryanlte agita tion. King Opposes Tipptag, Ittng Eaward is greatly opposed to tipping and does his level beet to sup press the practice. T11 fact, he has in duced several of his subjects to take steps in this direction. Worthy of note also is the fact that golden grain belt beer will please the most critical taste and will contribute to tbe health, comfort and happiness of the con sumer. Order of your nearest dealer. It's a pity when siok ones drug tha r^tcmach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys. Thot is all wrong! A weak Stomach, means weak Stomaoh nerves, always. And this is also true of the Heart and Kidneys, The weak nerves are instead crying out for help. This explains why Dr. Shoop's Restorative is promptly helping Stomach, Heart and Kidney ailments. 'lhe Restorative reaches out for the actual cause of these ailments the failing "inside nerves." Anyway test the Restorative 48 hours. It won't cure so soon as that, but you will surely know that help is coming. Sold by Schutz A Ketcbam. JJWhen Trifles become Troubles If any person snspests that their kid neys are deranged they should take Foley's Kidney Remedy at once and no risk having Bright's disease or diabetes Delay gives the diserse a stronger foot hold and you sbouitl not dehty taking Foley's Kidnev Remedv. H.Anderso*). Lace C.. for New Haven, Conn., lumber laden, was driven ashore on Bodies island, N. C., and now lies a complete wreck on the beach. Captain Lowrey and his wife, from Bath, Me., and six men were rescued by the lifesavers, who brought them all ashore in a breeches buoy, the seas being too high to launch surfboats. Curtains or Draperies Hade like new by our spcci&l pro cess. Why throw away a pretty pair of lace curtains or portiers, jast because they have become •oiled, when we can clean them at a email cost, and return to you almost as good as new 7 (•formation boeMct free. Kctuni eaprc** paid an erdcre er mort Gross Bro MISS GRINAGER* Fashionable My New] Fall Slock has arrived and is ready for inspection by the ladies of ]|this iwmmunity. (You^are cordially Invited to call? *v 0. iJ •r i i y'v ^, ..-,!'••• 'r.4*. CRINAGER BROS., The Clothiers NEW FALL STYLES We're prepared to show you some very Nobby Styles in Men's and Young Men's Suits for Fall. Latest Shades of Brown. All the New Fabrics. New Things in Cuffs, Pockets, Lapels. Highest Grade Workmanship. Exceptional Values at $15.00 to $25.00 Grinager Bros. Watch Repairing fi '^11 Brought to this prompt attention. expert Foley's Orino ijaxative is a new rem edy, an improvement on thelazativos o* former years, as it does not gripe or naua eate and is pleasant to taire. It ie guar anteed.— J. H. Anderson. Pink Pain Tablets—Dr. Hboop1#—stop headache, womaniy pains,any pain, any where, in 20 minutes sure. Formula on the 25c. bex. Ask your drujrgiet or doc tor about this formula—it's fine. Behuts A Ketchamg v. '!w 4 L'1 'V E 1 o i store receives We have two Watchmakers and Engravers making it possible to get your watches and jewelry repaired on short notice and done right. All work GUARANTEED. We have a tastily, well selected line of JEWELRY, including Watches, Silverware, Hand Painted Cut Glass and Novelties You can find what you w$JJt at*... JONES DRUG CO- Phone 260.... Corner Drug Store. Hats of Quality 1 If your new Fall Hat is not already pur chased, don't fail to pay "our store a visit if you are desirous of seeing Exclusive Styles of only the best Materials and Shapes Prices quoted are extremely, low con sidering quality, MISS M.BOGEN A clever, popular Candy Cold Cure Tablet—called Pre van tics—is being dia reused by druggists everywhere. In pew hours, Preventics are said to break any cold— completely. And Pa^ventics, being so safe snd toothsome, are very tine for children. Nc Quinine no laxa» tive, nothing harsh nor sickening. Bo*'