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For your next order.
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PRESTON'S
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MAOISOM. SOOTH DAKOTA.
TELEPHONE, NO. 269.
FRIDAY. JAN. 21), 1909
VBHMN (If IDMO»rfIOM,
j«»r §4.00
By Mil, 4 months ....
J. V.
8.00
By mall, 8 month* l.OO
Bf matl, 1 month
By earrUr per m—k 10
bTABL Proprietor.
H. A. STAR!.. KtfUiM-r.
STATE NEWS
Huron—Arrangements are being
made for a reception to Senator-elect
Crawford before his departure for
Washington. It will be given by
people of Haron and Beadle county to
all who desire to attend.
Sioux Falls—Sberift Nelson has re
turned beie from Kingsbury county,
having in custody a man who is wanted
here on the charge of horse stealing.
The prisoner gives his name as Jack
Meyers, and states that he is 88 years
of age.
Pierre—Got. Vessey is preparing a
quarantine proclamation against the
conn ties of Crook, Wyo., and Custer,
Mont., on^account'of "theep diseases
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jnow is not the
ONLY THINJo" THAT FALLS
|TH)S t/me of the yeak
OUR PRICES ARE COMING
DOWN ON -SOME OF OUR
|VERY BEST VALUES. WE
DOtiT WANT ANY LEFT­
OVERS
2,000 yards of Mottled and Outing Flan- "71/,^
nels, 9c and 10c values, now /2C
1 lot of Plaid Dress Goods, 25c values *1
now
1 lot of Dress Flannels, Broad Cloths and Lighter
Weave Dress Goods to clean up ft* 1/^ f\(f
gardlessof cost /3 V/II
500 Dress Goods Remnants that are marked to sell
at LESS THAN COST.
On all our Women's, Misses' and OA(KL f\CC
Children's Underwear
BUSTER^
ANE
YEJ, OUR PRICES HAVE FALLEN, BUT THEY
HAVE NOT FALLEN ON SHIPPED IN "FAKE"
-STUFF. THEY HAVE FALLEN ON WHAT WE
HAVE LEFT OF THE REGULAR LINE.S OF GOOD
MERCHANDISE. IT 1-5 IMPOSSIBLE, YoV
KNOW, TO &UY JUST EXACTLY WHAT YOU
ARE GOING TO SELL AND No MORE. WHAT
WE HAVE LEFT OF OUR WINTER GOODS WE
SHALL SELL AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
TR©wt"»R*
£*\J
On Prints, Percales and Sheetings 10% OFF
We want to clean up all our Cloaks, Suits and
Skirts and are making Lower Prices Than Ever.
Get Busy before they are all gone.
J. A. JOHNSON.
Phone
PHONE 225
which exist in those counties. The
«heeciuen of the state brought the mat
ter to bis attention, and aftei an inves
tigation of the situation be has decided
to issue a proclamation.
Philip-In one day of the recent cold
weather, Palmer & Hart of Climax
lost a hundred sheep to wolves. The
wolves caught the sheep alone and be
gan to drive them. Whenever any one
of the flock tired and dropped out, the
wolves at it up. The sheep were fin
ally overtaken, in a state of panic, in
the Bad river bottoms. The wolves
have been reported worse than usual
this winter and the stork men are plan
ning an extensive hunt.
Salem—An illustration Qf tbe for
tunes made in South Dakota land the
past decade is found in the sale of 80
acres owned by Robert Kuott. bought
ten years ago for $11 an acre, at |?7.5t)
au acre Thus, on an investment of
f880. Mr Knott has realized a total of
16,200, besides a handsome return from
crops. The buyer of the land which
sold at only slightly moie than ordi
nary first class farm values is the
Northwestern Railway company. The
railway company will build a sidetrack
tojjthe land and for the ne^t season use
.V.
k^JC'
Vh'h,
& i 4 A
it for headquarters for from four to
'•itfbt work trains that wiil gravel 126
miles of road bed, mostly between Vilas
and Hawar-len.
Huron—Parties arriving here from
I'ii
rre thin morning say that the county
option bill prepared and proposed by
the Church Federation of Houth Da
kota has been duly accepted by all
the temperance forces of the state, and
the petition submitting the same
through the legislature,to the voters at
the next general election has been filed
with the secretary of state. The entire
church federation committee, Kev H.
W. Jamison, Messrs. W. H. Smith. A.
C. Brink and Mrs. Anna rt. Simmons,
headed by tne Rev. Dr. Carson of this
city, in person filed the pettion which
had been in charge of the Anti-saloon
league of the state.
Wagner—The Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway company have yield
ed to the demand of five years standi
ing that a new town be established
between here and Lake Andes. The
farmers who have been compelled to
haul grain ten miles to maiket began
preparing a petition to the state board
of railway commissioners, under the
state law requiting stations at least
every twelve miles. The railway
company sent word that tne town
would be located as soon as the frosf
is out of the ground, and sc the pe
titions have been withdrawn from cir
culation.
POETIC TRfOUTE TO MILTON.
Meredith"* V rsii Writton For Tercen
tonary CelebrcUon of Poet's Birth.
At a npLf'i. nieotlni recontly held
In London of the British Academy in
jbrntioii of the tercentenary of John
Ml ton's birth the following verses,
I' clally written by (Jeorge Meredith,
were read:
MILTON, DEC. 9. 1808—1908.
What splendor of imperial station man,
Tii.t tree of life, may reach when rooted
fast!
I
lis
brandling stem points way to upper
air
At .J skyward still aspires. We see In him
V. ho saw for ua the archangellcal host
Made morning by old darkness urged to
the abysu,
A voice that down three centuries on
ward rolls.
Onward will roll while llTM our English
tongue,
In the devout of music unsurpassed.
Since piety won heaven's ear on Israel's
harp
Th« faro of earth, the soul of earth, her
charrnB,
ller dread austerity, the Quavering dread
of mortals with blind hope by passion
swayed.
His mind embraced the whole untrodden
soil.
Of fender of the commonwealth, he Joined
i
n:r
/O v/ll
temporal fray whereof Is vital fruit
A11.I, choosing armory of the scholar.
stood beside
His peers to raise his voice for freedom.
N has fair Liberty a champion armed
meet on heights or plains the sophis
tcr
T! oughout the ages equal to this man
W! ose spirit breathed high heaven and
drew thence
Tb«» ethereal sword to smite.
w.-re England sunk beneath
tides.
Hellespont,
the shifting
Hi heart, her brain, the smile she wears.
The faith she holds her best would live
full toned
In the grand delivery of his cathedral
speech.
An utterance almost divine and such as
Crashing its breaker* under Ida's frown,
Inspired.
Yet worthier he whose instrument
Was by comparison the coarse reed pipe,
Whereof have come the marvelous har
monies
Which with his lofty theme of Infinite
range
Abash, entrance, exalt. We need him now.
This latest age In repetition cries.
For Belial, the adroit, is In our midst
Mammon more swoll'n to squeeze the
slnv. sweat
From ho- loss toil and overshadowlngly
aggr.'imUscd,
Monstrous in his grinning mask of hypo
critical peace
Inveterate Moloch remains the great ex
ample.
Homage to him his debtor band. Innu
merable
As waves running all golden from an
eastern sun.
Joyfully render. In deep reverence sub
scribe,
And as they their Milton's name
Rays of his glory on their foreheads bear.
Those who nrsembled at the celebra
tion Included men most prominent in
art, science and literature and the
learned professions. Another feature
of the evening was an oration by Dr.
A. W. Ward of Cambridge, who pre
sided.
Why pay mere, wnea yon oen fret, not
only 90 line lar^e cups of Dr. Shoop's
Heolth coffee, from a'Joc prokage, bnt a
coupon on a 'Joe silv red, "No-Drip" cof
feestrainer besides. Look for the coup
on —I put them in ow. The aati-sfac
tion is, besides most berfect. Sold by
C. A. Kelley A Son.
Notice of Special Election,
Be it icsolved bv the city coaBcil of
the city of Madison, S D.:
That notice ie hereby given that a
special eleation will be held in the
city of Madison. S. D., on Tuesday,
February 2nd. 1909, at which time the
following proposition will be submitted
to the electors vis:
Snail fifteen thousand dollais
(|15,000) in bonds ot the Independent
school district, No. 1, of the city ot
Madison, 8. D., be issued for the pur
pose of erecting a public school build
in* in the said city of Madison.
The voting piaces shall be as follows:
In the First ward, northwest jury
room in court house.
In the Second ward,Bremen's hall.
In the Thiid ward, north room, N.
L. Anderson's shop.
In the Fourth ward, offlce of Beaton
livery Darn.
At said election the polls shall be
open from 9 o'clock in the forenoon un
til 4 o'clock in the afternoon and
Attest:
—Wm. Rae,
"—"Auditor.
CHINA'S GREAT REFORMER.
00
longer.
Adopted Jan 18th, 1909.
—dm. M. Wafikey.
'Mayor.
Deposed Gjpand Councilor Has BeeM
Called Empire's Strongest
Man.
Yuan Shi Kal, the great viceroy of
Chill province, who was recently dis
missed from the office of grand coun
cilor and commander In chief of the
Chinese forces, was one of the most
influential and powerful statesmen in
the Chinese empire.
I The reason given for his dismissal
Is that he has rheumatism of the leg.
The edict ordered Yuan Shi Kai to
vacate all his offices and to return to
(his
home, adding, "Thus our clemency
toward him is manifested."
Yuan Shi Kal has been railed the
strongest man lu China and was re
garded as much more powerful that
I Li Hung Chang was. He Is 4 thor
oughly practical man and brought
business methods to the administra
tion the empire. He worked assid
uously for the advancement of the
Middle Kingdom, and his watchword
was that China was capable of ac
complishing just as much as had Ja
pan. He inspired a national patriot
ism which is today doing much to
sweep away middle age superstition
and rebuild the empire. lie has been
a member of the grand council since
1907, and in that year he relinquished
the post of viceroy of Chill, but it
was In this office that he gained the
greatest renown.
Yuan Shi Kai organized an army in
China that astonished foreign military
critics. He succeeded in obliterating
all the popular and caste objections to
military ser*ice, so that the sons of
the nobility .oday are proud to appear
In uniform. He substituted modern
text books frr ancient classics, he com
pelled the abolition of torture and
transformed Pekin from the filthiest
city In the wjrld into a metropolis well
paved and cleanly kept, that compares
favorably with many cities of Europe
and America.
It is an uncontested fact that Yuan
Shi Kal encouraged and represented
the most progressive ideas in the cen
tral government. He was director gen
eral of trade and international relations
In Korea and judicial commissioner of
Chill In 1807 In 1898 he was appoint
ed to the vi:e presidency of a board
with control of an army corps and in
1899 to the v.ce presidency of the board
of works. *n the same year he was
made actiug governor general of Chili.
In December of 1901 he was appoint
ed junior guardian of the heir appar
ent, in 1902 consulting minister to the
louneil of government and in 1903 pres
ident of the army reorganization coun
cil.
Longest Tunnel For Russia.
Russia Is on the eve of undertaking
the construction of the longest and
most difttcult tunnel cutting in the
world. It will be twenty-one versts
or more than fourteen miles long, ex
ceeding in length by two miles the
Slmplon tunnel, at present the longest
In history. The Russian tunnel is to
be cut between Vladikavkaz and Tiflis.
In the mountains of northern Cau
casus. It Is estimated that the tunnel
will ^ost $30,000,000 and that the work
wf!l tske ten yenrs
A
Catarrh of the Stomach
a Prevalent Disease
Difficult to Relieve.
O A N E I I E N E E Y
Mr. S. W. Ja'ksin, 815 Weaver Hlock,
Greenville, Ohio, says: "While I was
superintendent of construction of J. F.
Bender Mid Bros.' Co., of Hamilton,
Ohio, I became entirely unfit for busi
ness with catarrh of the gtomacb.
"A friend called my attention to a
remedy for this condition. I began to
Improve at once. I was soon able to re
turn to my former profession.
"It would require many pages to de
scribe the condition I was In and the re
lief I have obtained."
Here is another case. Officer George
Y. Stout, 724 North Broadway, Balti
more, Md., says: *'I suffered very much
With
catarrh of the stomach and ner
vous indigestion. I lost fifty pounds in
four months.
"A friend called my attention to a
remedy, which I used, and gradually
got well. I have gained half my lost
weight back again."
Chronic Stomach Trouble.
Mr. Robert J. tiillespie, 638 South
Main St., Los Angeles, Cal., secretary
of Lather's International Union, was
also suffering from catarrh of the stom
ach a long time. He grew thinner and
paler, lost all ambition and appetite.
Sick at the stomach, indigestion con
tinually.
A friend also called his attention to
a remedy, which brought about a de
cided improvement. After continuing
the use of the remedy for a month, he
considers himself permanently relieved.
Now, once more. Mr. Christian Hof
man, Slatington, Pa., says he suffered
for many years with catarrh of the
stomach. It produced a miserable
cough, day and night. He tried doctors
and many remedies. At last his atten
tion was called to a remedy, the same
remedy that relieved the others which
have been referred to above. He claims
that he was entirely rid of his stomach
difficulty.
Fe-rn-na Brought Back Health.
What was the remedy that has
wroug this remarkable relief So far,
the remedy has not been mentioned.
If any one doubts the correctness of
these statements it is very easy to ver
ify them by writing to the people whose
names have been given, enclosing a
stamp for reply.
The remedy is within the reach of
9r«ry
one. It Is simply the good, old
•taudard rvllabi* rsmsdjr knows as
Pawns.
TILLMAN'S SECOND NAME.
Why the Senator Aroused by Presi
dent Roosevelt Was Named Ryan.
How Ryan was Incorporated into
Senator Benjamin It. Tillmau't) baptis
mal name was thus told a few years
ago by the South Carolina statesman
who Is charged by President Roosevelt
with using bis position as a senator to
further his Interest In Oregon land
cases and other private affairs:
"The llyan in my name came from
an old Whig captain who served in
the Revolutionary \var," he said. "He
was a neighbor of my grandfather
and a terrible man against the Tories.
There were many Tories in South
Carolina. They were a third of the
population, 1 guess. Ryan was a ter
ror in all that regfon. The Tories iled
to the timber, with him in pursuit.
After the British captured Charleston
the Whigs and old Ryan took to the
woods.
"A party of English caught up with
Ryan unexpectedly and made him a
prisoner. There were an inclination and
a purpose to butcher him
If the truth were
known,
These are the facts. Now, if you have
stomach difficulty, it is up to you to act
upon them or Ignore them, as you
please.
Symptoms of Stomach Catarrh.
"The affection may result from errors
indict, or the use of alcohol. The ex
cessive use of tobacco, especially when
the juice or the leaves are swallowed,
is likely to cause it.
"Highly seasoned or coarse, irritating
foods, sometimes induce the disease.
"As chronic gastritis (catarrh of the
stomach) is essentially a secondary
affection, one of the primary causes is
an unhealthy state of the mouth, nose
or throat, such as bad teeth or catarrh
of the nose (ozena).
"The patients are usually poorly
nourished, pale, sallow, thin, fatigue
easily induced, muscles flabby. Loss
of appetite or capricious appetite.
"The tongue is usually coated brown
ish gray. Cankered mouth is a com
mon occurrence.
"Pain is not common. When present
it is usually dull, and is aggravated by
food, especially when this is of an irri
tating character.
"Vomiting may occur in the morning.
Also after meals. Sickness to the stom
ach frequent and persistent.
"Food produces dull headache, and a
feeling of general nervous distress.
Constipation usually quite marked."
These symptoms, given by Gould and
Pyle, coincide exactly with the frequent
descriptions Dr. Hartman is receiving
from patients
all over the United States.
If you nave any of these symptoms
get a bottle of Peruna. Take a d.-c tie
fore each meal. See if your stomach
does not immediately feel better, your
appetite improve, your digestion at
once resume business.
People who object to liquid medloinss
can now secure Peruna tablets.
A
011
the spot,
but he was a colonial officer, a soldiei
under the laws of war and entitled to
be treated as such. It was finally
apreed, therefore, that he should be
tied and taken to the nearest British
post. But there was no rope. A
young man named Rooth, a Tory, said
he would go home and get a pair of
cotton lines, used In those days for
plowing. 'I'd give,' and he grinned at
Ryan, 'a whole season in the cornfield
to see that old tied.' He brought
the lines, and Ryan was sent ofT. In
Bome way he got loose was rescued
maybe. The first thing he did was to
notify Booth that he meant to kill
him. Booth hid in the woods, and
Ryan couldn't find him.
"It was late in the spring when one
morning before the break of day Ryan
burled his musket in a pile of dead
leaves and climbed a bushy poplar
tree near Booth's house. He waited
all day. Women went to the spring
to get water, balancing the buckets on
their heads, as is the practice in the
south, and one of them put out a wash.
Ryan kept on watching there in the
tree.
"About an hour before sundown a
sister of Booth went along the grass
bordered path to the spring. She had
a wooden bucket in her hand, and
Ryan, right above her among the
branches, saw something in it. When
she got to the spring she looked cau
tiously about. Seeing nothing, hearing
nothing, she took a tin bucket out of
the wooden one and started off into
the forest. Ryan slid from the tree,
found his gun and stalked her as he
would a deer.
"She came to a log, where her broth
er met her. He ate, and she talked.
Ryan purposely made a noise, and
they looked and saw him. musket in
hand, only a few feet away. They fell
on their knees and pleaded, but Ryan
killed Booth right there In the pres
ence of his sister. My grandfather
named his son after Ryan, and the
son, my father, gave the name to me."
Two Year Guarantee
COAL
the proba­
bilities are that Peruna has relieved
as many cases of catarrh of the stomach
as any other popular remedy in ex is
tence. We have a great many unsolic
ited testimonials from all parts of the
United States, declaring in strong and
enthusiastic terms that Peruna has en
tirely relieved them of catarrh of the
stomach, that they were wretched aiut
miserable beyond words, but Peruna
has restored them to health, vigor and
happiness.
PHONE I9S
is one of the most convenient articles in the
home both for comfort and in sickned.
W^Carry^jhe^^sMioMVatei^oUle^^Mad^
so good that with every bottle purchased at
this store we give a
that it will not leak or wear out in that length
of time. If it does not give the service for two
years^bring it back and we will exchange for a
new one. We have the regular 2 and 3 quart
sizes, also combination bottle and fountain syr
inge in regular sizes.
We have these goods in several different styles
and prices.
Jones Drug Co.,
CORNER DRUG STORE Phone 260
PHONE 296
We handle only the
best and deliver to
all parts of the city
JONES BROS. GRAIN CO.
Regular Hams 13c
California Hams, 10c
Cudahy Rex Bacon, 15c
GINDER-BEARD MARKET
Our Own Sausage
Sealshipt OysterS Received Twice
a Week.
E. W. KETCHAH
will deliver promptly to any part of the city
the best grade of
HARD AND SOFT COAL
FOLmHONETHCAB
stop* the cou^h sad heslt lungs
Indigestion
Stomach trouble is but a symptom of. and not
in itself a true ilisnaso. Wo think of Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, nnd Indigestion as real diseases, yet
th. y are symptoms only of a certain specific
Nerve sickness—nothing else.
It was this fact that first correctly led Dr. Shoop
in the creation of that now very popular Stomach
Remedy—Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Going direct
to the stomal nerves, alone brought that succesg
aud favor to l»r. Shoop and his Restorative With
out that original and highly vital principle, no
such lasting aceomplishmc nts were ever to be had.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
breath ami sallow complexion, try Dr Shoop's
Restorative—Tablets or Liquid—and for your
self what itenn and will do. We sell and cheer
fully recommend
Dr.
SHoop's
Restorative
CHRIS SCHUTZ.
COAL
Foley's Orinu i-iaxative cures chronic
I cnostipat ion and stimulates tee liver,
Orino regulates the bowels so they will
act naturally and you do not have to
take purgatives continuously. J. H.
Anderson.
Hoarse coughs and stuffy nolda that
may develop into pneumonia over night
are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and
Tar, as it soothes inflami membranes
heals the lungs and expels the cold from
the system. J. H. Anderson.
DR. H. P. GULSTINE,
•^DENTIST...
Office HiPntOtltce Blk. MADRON. S. DAK
|)R. O. ESTREM,
Physician and Surgete
Offk* ia Psstsficc MADISON, S. DAK

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