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RESOLVEP
THAT JNOW 15 NOT
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YC-5, OUR PRICE-5 HAVE ALLEN, 5VT THEY
HAVE NOT FALLEN ON SHIPPED IN "FAKE"
•STUFF. THEY HAVE FALLEN ON WHAT WE
HAVE LEFT OF THE REGULAR LINE-5 OF GOOD
MERCHANDISE. IT 1-5 IMPO-5-5I&LE, YOU
KNOW, TO BUY 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:
2,000 yards of Mottled and Outing Flan- •yl/
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 ©lean up re- /_ r\£f
gardlessof cost v-/il
500 Dress Goods Remnants that are marked to sell
at LESS THAN COST.
On all our Women's, Misses' and Ofl05L
Children's Underwear 4*\J /O v/Il
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
PRESTON'S GROCERY
For your next order.
Prompt delivery.'
PRESTON'S
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moisojr. SOUTH DAKOTA.
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TELEPHONE, NO. 269.
SATURDAY, JAN. .10. 11)09
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By Mil, (I months g.oo
By Mil, 8 month* 1
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By Mil, 1 month 88
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hTAIIL Proprietor.
H. A. HTA 0 L. BIK'v.«* Mini|«r.
LAND CASE
_____
Government Bring* Suit t© Can
eel Homesteader's Land
Proof.
JHOB*
Falls, Jan. 29 —BT direction
of the attorney geueral of the United
States, John F. Ryan, a resident of
8!onx City, baa been made tbe defen
dant in an action which has been in
stituted by the government in the
United States conrt in this city. Tbe
government is represented in the action
bj United States Attorney Wagner and
l—lrtawt Attorney Tbe
"THE
THLNL 6 THAT FALLS
THIS T/ME OF THE YEAR/
OUR PRICES ARE COMING
DCWN
ON -SOMET OF OUT**
VERY BEST VALUES, WE
DONT WAN^AHY LEFT
OVERS I^BUSTERG
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JANE,
SHOW T7**
PHONE 225
eminent seeks to have cancelled a pa
tent (title) which was issned to Ryan
covering a homestead situated in Ly
man county.
Tbe complaint in the case sets forth
that Ryan made tbe homestead entry
on September 19, 1902, and made com
mutation proof on December 7, 1903.
Tbe land department on April 17, 1905,
issued tbe patent to him. In the ac
tion just instituted it is charged that
tbe patent was procured and ob
tained from the complainant by means
of and through fraud, misrepresenta
tion and perjury."
It is alleged in the complaint that
Ryan did not reside continuously on
the homestead, as claimed in his tinal
proof papers,that be went to the land
in tne fall of 1902 and at three other
times prior to leaking final proof and
remained each time not to exceed four
days that during all the time be
claimed his home was on the land be
was working at tbe Cndahy Packing
plant in Sioux City.
Toe government further charges that
Ryan's family never even went to the
land and never lived or resided tbereon
in any manner or form that his house
on tbe land was not worth |50, the
#mI proof papers,
nor of a value to exceed $','5. It i«
further charged that the laud was
not used for cultivation or grazing
purposes, and that tbe only improve
ment on it was the house.
Judge Carland.of the federal conit,
has appointed William Wallace, of
Aberdeen, a special examiner to take
orally such depositions and testimony
as the parties desire to be taken at
Hioux Falls. Tbe government is al
lowed until February 2~ to present its
testimony tnt' defendant then is al
lowed uatil March 1~ to present testi
mony in his own behalf, and at the
conclusion of this tbe government is
granted "another fifteen days in which
to otfor testimony in rebuttal.
WHERE RICH MEN ARE FEW.
They Are n Scarce as Black Swans
In Bulgaria.
Bulgaria is the nearest approach to
a peasant commonwealth which the
world has known In modern times.
There Is net a rulg.irlnn Slav who Is
not (he owner of a plot of land upon
whi'-b be lives and out of which he
gets his own livelihood by his own
lclx.r.
Tnrge landowners are almost tin
known. Tbe few men of wealth in
the country are mostly of foreign birth
or descent, and even they would not
be counted as wealthy according to
the standard of other European coun
tries
The small landowners, who form the
THst majority of the population, are
peasant bom and peasant bred. They
are extremely thrifty. They are con
tent with very pin In food. They wear
the same sheepskin garments from
year to year, only turning their coats
inside out with tbe changes of the
season.
Whole families, even of well to do
peasants, sleep In the same room upon
mats stretched out on the floor. Thoy
live under conditions of dirt and dis
comfort which no British or German
or French laborer would tolerate for
a week. Yet. notwithstanding their
disregard of the simplest sanitary ar
rangements. they grow up singularly
strong and healthy.
Moreover, they are free from the Ir
ritation caused among other laborers,
overworked If not underpaid, by the
spectacle of neighbors living in afflu
ence and ease without my necessity
to curtail their expenditure. Rich men
are black swans In Bulgaria. I was
told by a foreign banker In Sofia who
had traded for many years In the
country that he doubted greatly
whether there were fifty men In all
tbe rural districts who had net in
comes of $5.00*) a year.—London Illus
trated News.
MOUND BUILDERS" FANS.
Chicago Professor Says Their In
closures Were Baseball Fields.
"Baseball Is not a modern game, and
all credit foi1 the Invention of It should
go to the mound builders," said Pro
feasor Frederick Starr of the Unlver
slty of Chicago In a recent lecture
on prehistoric archaeology. Professoi
Starr declares that through the south
em part of Ohio and Indiana he ha
found geometrically perfect mound
or inclosurts closely resembling tli
modern baseball diamond. These an1
generally believed to have been built
for purposes of protection. Professoi
Starr, however, says:
"They are nothing more or less than
old baseball fields of the mound build
ers. The game as played by these old
people resembled our modern gain
closely. Tbe most essential different
Is that our game calls for only nint
players, while In prehistoric times as
many as a hundred men were neces
sary.*
C«re For Loves ickness.
In a lecture lefore tbe Chicago Col
lege of Medicine Dr. A. R. Ilagle ex
plained a cure for loveslckness. lie
said:
"A doctor can prepare himself to
treat loveslcfenws through mental in
fluence just as more serious His are
treated by It. One suggestion is to find
a new love. This occasionally cures an
old love complaint."
He commended the theory of Bishop
Fallows of mind and medicine work
ing In harmony.
Why pay more, wnen you cen get, not
only 90 nne large eups of Dr. ShoopV
Heoltb coffee, from ai"c prokage, bnt a
coupon on a '25c silv red, "No-Drip" cof
feestrainer besides. Look for the coup
on— I put them in ow. The satisfac
tion is. besides most berfect. Sold by
C. A. Kelley & Son.
Notice of Special Election.
Be it resolved bv tbe city council of
the city of Madison, S D.
That notice is hereby given that a
special election 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 via:
mmmm
Snail fifteen thousand dollais
($15,000) in onds of the Independent
school district, No. 1, of the city of
Madison, S. D., be issued for the pur
pose of erecting a public school build
ing in the said city of Madison.
The voting places shall be as follows
In the First ward, northwest jury
room in court house.
In the Second ward,firemen's hall.
In tbe Tbiid ward, north room, N.
L. Anderson's shop.
In tbe Fourth ward, office of Beaton
livery nam.
At said election the polls shall be
open from 9 o'clock in the forenoon un
til 4 o'clock in tbe afternoon and no
longer.
Adopted 4M 18th, 1909.
—Geo. H. Waskey
Mayor.
Attest:
—Wm. fUtt,
Audit*.
DR. ABBOTT ON FOOTBALL. ™UM" f»"*K ON STATIONERY
Thinks Courage Game Develops Worth
All tbe Accidents and Deaths.
The Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott in a re
cent sermon preached at New Haven
to the Yale students on "What I Think
About God" incidentally referred to
football.
"I do not know bow many accidents
are due to football or how many deaths
result froiu the game," said Dr. Ab
bott, "but I do know you can't de
velop manly courage without facing
real perils, and it U worth all It costs
If It is necessary In order to get this
courage.
"The end of llfe"'is not skyscrapers,
railroads or merriment, pleasure, Joy
or even happiness, but character. We
are In the world to develop manly men
and womanly women.
"I'm glad that I am In a world where
I can be lawless If I want to, because
I can be virtuous. I would rather live
In this world with all its Wickedness,
crime and misery than if its Inhabit
ants were mere puppets, even If God
pulled the wires. In such a world the
men would be mere puppets and not
FIND OF INDIAN IDOLS.
Gold Specimens From Costa Rica at
Smithsonian Institution.
That g'kl Idols are to be found by
the score In Indian burying grounds
in Costa Itlca *vas the report made to
the Smithsonian Institution, In Wash
ington. the other day by Emile Mosonyl,
a young Austrian mining engineer.
Mr. Mosonyl said he had been in the
country for about seven years, and, as
he bad made a point of cultivating the
friendship of the Indians, he bad been
able to learn much of their tribal his
tory and customs.
The golden Idols, he said, are buried
near the remains of tbe deceased, but
never In the graves. He explained the
fact of the failure of local Interests to
have already discovered the rich Aztec
relics by tbe fact that the graves are
never marked, not even by an earthen
mound. The Idols, he said, are found
burled In the earth, generally a short
distance from the graves.
Mr. Mosonyl hpd with him a few of
the Idols and several examples of tbe
Tndian art and said he called at the in
stitution In an effort to Interest Amer
ican scientists in possible explorations
of the little known recesses of Central
A merlca.
Talking Postal Card Coming.
The talking postal card is the Inven
tion of a French engineer and has be
come so popular In that country that
the American rights have been se
cured, and the device will be placed
in the cities df the United States. The
person wishing to send a talking post
al card to a friend enters the booth
and talks into a machine that records
the words on the specially prepared
postal card. When the recipient re
ceives the card a hundred or a thou
sand miles away he or perhaps she
takes the card to the nearest postal
booth and Inserts it in a machine
which talks the message It contains.
The record on the postal card is inde
structible. and the exact voice of the
oendfr is heard
Catarrh of the Stomach
a Prevalent Disease
Difficult to Relieve.
A O A N E I I E N E E Y
Mr. S. W.
.Jackson, 815 Weaver Block,
Greenville, Ohio, says: "While I was
superintendent of construction of J. F.
Bender and Bros.' Co., of Hamilton,
Ohio, I became entirely unfit for busi
ness with catarrh of the stomach.
"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, Mil., 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. Gillespie, 686 South
Main St., Los Angeles, Cal., secretary
of Lather's International Union, was
also suffering from catarrh of the stom
ach along 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, ho
considers himself permanently relieved.
Now, once more. Mr. Christian Hof
mau, 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.
Pe-ru-na Brought Back Health.
What was the remedy that has
wrought 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
Dames have been given, enclosing a
Vtamp for reply.
The remedy la within the reach of
•vary one. It is simply the good, old
Standard x«Uftbte KMMdf Jwewa as
Parana.
Fad Said to Be Taking Place of Mono
crcm on Note Paper.
According to a Philadelphia station
er, the thumb mark Is taking the place
of the monogram on note paper. "The
thumb mark," says this authority, "is
engraved In gold or silver and has all
the value of a Bertillon mark of ldentl
flcntlon. Some people prefer to have
the thumb mark printed In red or blue,
but the metal colors are generally ap
proved.
"It has several advantages besides
its novelty, familiarizing c: e's friends
with a personal sign manual which
cannot easily be duplicated. Many of
the thumb marks are also surprisingly
picturesque, and it is not difficult for
the writer to annex a fresh thumb
mark in ink, and fhis can be compared
with the engraved mark when one
wants to establish tbe identity of spe
cial writings."
BIG SCHOOL BUILDING.
Chicago to Have One Unlike Any
Other In United States.
School Architect Dwight II. Perkins
of Chicago recently completed his first
drawings of the proposed $2,000,000
commercial high school and school
office building to be erected at Harri
son street and Plymouth court., Chica
go. Tbe structure as planned is un
like any other school building in the
United States, having seventeen sto
ries above ground and four basements
The basement stories will have the
school supply department and the
heating and ventilating apparatus.
Above these there will be, in succes
sion, a great assembly hall for teach
ers' meetings and school exercises, the
commercial high school and the offices
of the board of education and of its
various departments. A unique fea
ture of the plans is a truck elevator,
which will lower the largest coal wag
on bodily to the last of the four base
ments.
Typewritten Newspaper.
The strike of tbe typesetters and
printers on the two Hungarian papers
In Cleveland, the Hungarian News
and the Hungarian Szabadsag. has ul
the result of producing a novel publi
cation. E. P. Kohanyl, editor of the
Szabadsag, was able to produce his
paper by typing his news. The type
written sheets were photographed, and
from the photographs printing plates
were made. The engravings of the
typewritten sheets were then placed
together in consecutive order, and
from these the papers were printed.
Faults on Both 8ides.
He was a mild and meek kind of
husband, but at length his patience
and good nature gave out, and he went
to his lawyer to get him to draw up a
deed of separation from his exasper
ating better half.
"Ah, well," said the lawyer thought
fully. "perhaps thera^ may be faults ot
both sides."
"You're right!" shouted the angry
client. "She has a hump on her back
and a wart on her nose."—New York
Times.
If the truth were known, the proba
bilities are that Peruna has relieved
as many cases of catarrh of the stomach
as any other popular remedy in exis
tence. We have a great many unsolic
ited testimonials from all parts of tbe
United States, declaring in strong and
enthusiastic terms that Peruna has en
tirely relieved them of catarrh of the
stomach, that they were wretched ami
miserable beyond words, but Peruna
has restored them to health, vigor and
happiness.
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 CataiTh.
"The affection may result from errors
in diet, or the use of alcohol. The ex
cessivo 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).
"Tho patients are usually poorly
nourished, pale, sallow, thin, fatiguo
easily induced, muscles llabby. 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
feeling of general nervous distress.
Constipation usually quite marked."
These symptoms, given by Oould and
Pyle, coincide exactly with the frequent
descriptions Dr. Hartman is receiving
from patients
ail over the United States.
If you nave any of these Bymptoms
get a bottle of Peruna. Take a do*e be
fore each meal. See if your stomach
does not immediately feel better, your
appetite improve, your digestion aI
once resume business.
PHONE 195
A Hot Water Bottle
WejCarjTjheJJestJ^^
Two Year CtKffaiitee
COAL
is one of the most convenient articles in the
home both for comfort and in sickness*
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 256
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. KETCHAfl
will deliver promptly to any part of the city
the best grade of
HARD AND SOFT COAL
FOLMHONEY^™
•top* the cou^h tnd htsli lunf s
Indigestion
Stomach trouhl. is but a symptom of. and not
in itielf a truf disoase. We think of Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, and Indigestion an real diseases, yet
they are synut'' is only of a certain specific
N rvo sifknfss—nothing else.
It was this fact that first correctly led Pr. Phiop
in the Tea tion of that now very popular Stomach
Kenedy—Ir Shoop'it Restorative. Going direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that sucrvsi
and favor to I)r Shoopand his Restorative. With- I
out that original and highly vital principle, na
such lasting accomplishments were ever to be had1. I
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. 8hoop'l
Ri storative—Tablets or Liquid—and see for your
self what it can and will do. We sell and cbeaiv
fully recommend
Dr. Shoop's
I
People who object to
liqnid raadteUMi
CM now secure Parana tablets.
[Restorative
4
CHRIS SCHUTZ.
COAL
Foley's Orino laxative cures chronic
cnontipat ion and ntimulates tee liver.
Orino regulates the bowels so thev will
act naturally and you do not have to
take purgatives continuously. J. II.
Anderson.
Hoarse coughs anfi stuffy #oMs that
inhy develop into pneumonia over night
are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and
Tar, as it soothes inSumtd membranes
heals the lungs and expels the co from
the system. J. H. Anderson.
J)R. a P. GULSTINE,
^DENTIST...
Office is Psatoffkc Bft. MADISON, S. DAK
£)R. O. ESTREM,
Physician and Surgeon
Office Hi fwtofkt Vk MADISON. 5.

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