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TELEPHONE. NO. 269.
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STATE NEWS
i Aberdeen—An editorial in the Aber
deen Daily News announces the candi
dacy of Judge James H. McCoy, of this
eity, judge of the Filth judicial cir
flnit, for appjintment as a member of
Jbe state supreme court as one of the
two additional judges authorized in the
Jature.
lending bill in the Soutn Dakota legisl
Judge McCoy has betn a resi
dent of South Dakota since 1885. He
firas elected circuit judge in 1901, and
Vrhen he was nominated for re-election
tn 1904 the democratic judicial conven
tion not only did not nominate an ou-
oeition candidate, but indorsed Judge
for re-election. He is very
popular in the Filth circuit, both with
Attorneys and litigants.
Pierre—Gov. Vessey today granted a
ttardon to Rome U lover, who a-as sen
fenced from Meade county on a charge
$f horse rustling. Yesterday was the
jjiay set for the hearing of any r«mon
itrance against the granting of the par
fon, and no one appeared to onject.
$*he pardon was petitioned fjr by a
large number of residents of Meade
lounty, and the sentiment appears to
fcave leen with the prisoner.
Aoerdeen—While temporarily insane
)le Peteraon, a Marshall county young
|nan, wandered all one night and the
following day in the olizzard which
prevailed in this section of the state
'last week. He linally reached the
^om« of Mrs. Rose Sayev, a widow,
fiear Spain, who took hiui in and sum
moned medical aid. Although badly
frozen, Peterson will recover.
Dead wood—Golden eagles are very
tare birds in South Dakota, and yet
djtwo fine specimens have within the
"ijpast few days been captured in Law
fence county. It is believed that loth
0f them were driven from their home
-'411 the rocks by the extreme cold of the
jpast week and by hunger. The eagles
were discovered on the ground, and
fipon the approach of human beings at
tempted to fly away, but were too
tveak, and after raising themselves a
fhort distance froai the ground were
Obliged to give up the effort te escape
ftod drop back to earth. They were
$asily captured.
Tyndall—Tne intelligence of a dog
*nd the energy of a woman weie all
that saved Tyndall from a disastrous
i
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QUANTITY WJTH OUR PRICE5 You
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PRICED WHEN WE MARK OUR GooD*S.
THERE ARE TWO WAY-5 OF CUTTING PRICES.
OUR WAY 1-5 To GIVE YOU GOOD GROCERIES
AT A FAIR PRICE RATHER THAN GIVE YOU
POOR GROCERIES AT ANY PRICE. WE SELL
OUR GooD«S FA-5T. THAT 1-5 WHY YOU WILL
ALWAYS FIND FRE-5H THINGS
TO
EAT AT
14c
25f,
20c
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ARTICLED
J. A. JOHNSON.
6re While a gale was blowing. Sev
ern, a Great Dane watch dog. in the
basement of the department store of
Mrs. J. Bouza, awakened the family.
Mrs. bouza hurried into the etore, find
ing the basement so full of smoke it
could not be entered. She located
the very spot in the floor under which
the fire was burning, and, seizing an
axe, wielded it with such strength
that she cm through the floor and
bad drenched the tire with buckets of
water before the fire department could
lay a hose. The blaze was in a pile of
brooms and it had got a good start.
Aberdeen—The Milwaukee railoard
has arranged to put in a nmulter of
"industry tracks" at itregular inter
vala of a few miles between its stations
west of Aberdeen. The tracks are des
tined to accommodate elevators wnich
may be erected for the benefit of farm
ers. Five such locations already have
been set aside west of this place on
land donated by farmers, and they will
b«J known as Fife, Grady, Beebe, Gret
na and Sitka. The innovation is wel
corned by the fanners, as the constmo
tiou of elevators on the locations will
enable them to secure a convenient
market for their grain.
"Frauds Upon the Pablls"
is what some physicians have called
patent medicines, and it is undeniably
true that some are frauds and some are
even worae, because they are injurious.
On the other hand, there are many
patent medicines such as Lydia IS.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
others, which are of real worth,and are
recommended by physician of recog
nized standing.
Ends Life In Dramatic Manner.
Seward, Neb., Feb. 19.—Mrs. Ed
ward Wehn dramatically killed her
self here. Setting fire to her house in
several different places she went to
the garret, lighted her own clothes
and then hanged herself to a rafter.
The firemen quickly put out the flames
and after a search found the woman's
partly cremated body.
Four Skater* Drowned.
Norwood. R. I., Feb. 19.—While
skating hand In hand over the Ice on
Sand pond four children were
drowned when the spongy formation
gave way, another was barely saved
and several persons who attempted to
rescue them narrowly missed being
eneulfed in the icy waters.
Foley's Honey and Tar clears tlie air
passages, stops the irritation in the
throat, soothes the inflamed membranes
and the most obstinate cough disappears
Sore and inflamed lungs are healed and
strengthened aud the cold is expelled
from the system. Refuse any bub the
genuine in the ^yellow package. J. B.
Anderson.
FAVORS INSURED
The State Supreme Court Hands
Down an Important
Ruling
Pierre, Feb.
18.—A decision of the su
preme court on an insurance case is
iiot only of interest to insurance nieo
over the state, but to business men
generally who carry risks on their
stock of goods. The case is that of
(tie Peever Mercantile company, of
Kisseton, vs. the State Mntual Fire In
mrance company, of anton. In luief
the Canton company took a risk on a
stock of goods o-*ned by the Peever
Gorham company -at Sisseton, and at
tne expiration of the term of the policy
renewed the same from the home office.
Shortly after the renewal there was a
lirfe loss, which was claimed by the
Peever Mercantile company. The in
surance company resisted on the
grounds that teere had been a transfer
of the propeity insured without notifi
cation to the company, hi the trial of
the suit it was shown that during the
life of the original policy the company
bad been reincorporated, dropping tha
patne of Gorhaui from the firm, but
the business went on under the same
management. The circuit conrt held
Against the insurance company, and
lm baan sustained by the supreme
-rourt, which holds that the mere act
of re-incorporation under a slight
change of name, with the business
continuing with lhe same manage
ment, in the same building and with
the same stock, was not a change
such as would afitevt the iateiests of
toe company.
SAVED GIRL
Left Fortune by Father Who
Appreciated the Christ
ian Act
Toronto, Can., Feb. 18. —David 8.
Kidd, of No. 17 Lenox avenue this
city, is to come into a handsome for
tune as a reward jr having rescued
from a life of shame in Chicago a
beautiful girl, the dnnghter of an
Australian millionaire. As a further
mark of his gratitude for the saving of
the girl, the father has leit in trust a
fund of a quarter of a million dollar-,
for the founding and maintenance of a
hoiuf for fallen women.
Kidd was a tea salesman in 190?.
and went to Chicago on business. He
always canied with him a New Testa
ment. He met Mary Burn, thea
twenty years old, who had fallen intn
evil ways. Attracted by her beaut\
and intelligence he drew from her the
storv of her life and then appealed to
her in the name of her mother. Draw
ing from his pocket the Testameut. be
turned to the story of Mary Magdalene
and read it with all the force at his
command. The girl was deeply af
fected. She promised to go to an aunt
in PittsDurg and left Chicago. Kidd
gave her his card, and the incident had
passed from his mind when be received
a letter from the girl in which she
said she was dying of consumption and
was on her way to Florida with her
father in the hope of prolonging her
life.
She died last July. The father re
turned to Australia and died last Sep
tember. He had beard from his daugh
ter the story of her salvation and ad
ded a codicil to his will leaving a com
fortable fortune to Kidd for what he
bad done.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surelv drstroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surface#. Such
articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is ten fold
to the good you can pissibly derive from
them. Hail's Catarrh Cure, raanufac
tured by F. J. Cheney A Cr„ Toledo, ().,
contains no mercury, and is takeu in
ternally, acting dirt ctly upon the blooa
ai.d
IOUCOUS
surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Ca arrli Cure bo sure you
get lhe genuine It is taken internally
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by b\
Cheney &Oo. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists. PrL-e, 76c per
bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for oeasti
pation
Wright
Woroe*tc.\
roll D. Wti
|e{. .inr! ici
mIsioner of
t»cal Ccwiitton.
., Feb. 18.— Tr. Car
•iident of C!nrk co!
I'liited States con
!i In a critical con
dftion in 11 here uff- ric from
a rrcntnl and pbysicr.l breakdown. A'l
fcon of r*?mvry have been aban
doned by bb physicians.
Probably Buried In Snowbank.
Racine, Wis.. Feb. IS.—It is feared
that George El holm, one of the most
prominent attorneys and busine?"*
men of this city, has been buried 'n
a snowbank between this city and
Ives. He has been missing since last
Monday, when he started out in the
storm.
Executed for Attempted Assault.
Richmond Va., Feb. 19.—Charles
Gillespie, a negro, who a month ago
attempted an assault on a young lady
of this city while she was on her way
to cl.urch, was put to death in the
electric chair in the penitentiary here.
Threatening feverisness with children
is quickly and safels calmed bv Prevent
ics. These little Candy Cold Cure Tab
lets ehould always be at hand for
promptness is all-imponant. Pieventies
contain no quinine, nothing harsh or
sickening. They are indeed "the stitch
in time". Carried in pocket or pu-se,
Preventics are a genuine safe guard
against Colds*2Tc. Sold by Chris
Schutz
RICiiAfcD WAGNER'S GREAT
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FESTIVAL PLAY
WOOOOC
MUQ000
SUrFRAOETTES AOIJN
FIGHT LONDON POLICE
Attempt to Present Resolution
to Premier Asquith.
London, Feb. 19.—The suffragettes
failed in their attempt to present to
Premier Asquith the resolution adopt
ed at a meeting of the Women's Free
dom league, declaring for & continua
tion of the militant propaganda for
suffrage. They first attempted to
march In procession, but their line
being broken up by the police they
mingled with a crowd of the curious
who bad gathered to witness the scene
and sauntered singly toward Downing
street
The police, however, bad complete
ly blocked all entrances to the thor
oughfare and twenty of the more mil
itant suffragettes, who tried to break
through the lines, were arrested
charged with interfering with the po
lice. For a time there was a scene of
great disorder, women time and time
again throwing themselves valiantly
against the double line of police, only
to be forced back, or. If they were
unusually persistent, to be handed
over to constables, who marched them
off to the police station amid cheers,
hoots and hisses from the throng.
The police finally cleared the street
and the women who were not arrested
returned to their hall, where they
were addressed by leaders.
WHOLE THING A FRAME UP
Police Discredit Story of Assault in
Chicago Hotel.
Chicago, Feb. 19.—Belasco nerer sat
a stage with greater care than Ella
Gingles did for the sensation which
was created when her unconscious,
hound and gagged form was found in
a general bathroom at the Wellington
hotel, according to Chief of Detectives
O'Brien. Captain O'Brien, dropping
into the vernacular of the police, de
clared the whole thing was a "frame
up." He had been assured by the
physicians who attended the young
lacemaker that there had been no as
sault, although she may have had as
sistance in tying herself to the bath
tub. Even the blood In the tub and
in the washbasin, it Is now asserted,
was composed largely of port wine
and water. Captain O'Brien said he
hoped to clear up the mystery In de
tail by another interview with Miss
Gingles. who was reported at the hos
pital little the worse for her experi
ence.
GIRLS IN PANIC AT CHICAGO
Fir* Damages Manufacturing Plant
but E mployes Escape.
Chicago, Feb. 19.—Many panic
stricken girls leaped from first floor
windows and firemen rescued many
others when fire attacked the plant
of the Kinley Manufacturing com
pany.
The building and contents were de
stroyed. The loss Is placed at $325,
000.
All of the 325 employes are Mid to
Vave escaped.
Madison, Opera House, Thursday, February 25. Curtain will rise at 7:45 p. m.,
WOMAN LOANED NORD $69C
Five Dollars and a Kiss All ths Re
turns She Received.
Kansas City, Feb. 19.—Charles E
Nord, who attained notoriety recently
because of numerous love letter
found in his trunk by the pol^ froi:
women all over the United States
was arraigned here at the instance 01
one of his alleged victims charge
with obtaining money on false pro
tenses. Nord entered a plea of no!
guilty and was bound over to th"
criminal court. Five dollars and a
kiss are all the returns that the prose
cuting witness, Mrs. Carrie A. Ham
ilton of this city, testified that she re
ceived for $600 which she gave Nord
in one lump and about $90 in cash
given at other times.
"I had only 36 cents in the worM
when he left me," said Mrs. Hamil
ton.
Nord went to Omaha and did not
return, so Mrs. Hamilton swore out a
warrant for his arrest. Following his
arrest the police unearthed hundred
of love letters from women in all
parts of the country, all written In
endearing terms and many of them
showing that their authors had sup
plied Nord with funds.
PULL1AM MAY BE RETIRED
Fate of President of National League
in Balance.
Chicago, Feb. 19.—The National
league
1B
reported to stand 4 to
"-*EI\Eim PRODUCTION OF
PA J? SI FAfc
1
o i
a proposition to retire Harry Pulliam
from the presidency. Another report
is that the vote was on a motion to
grant him leave of absence for a
year. Garry Herrmann presided, Pul
liam not being present.
Foiev s Orino Laxative cures constipa
tion rnd liver trouble and makes the
bowels healthy and regular. Orino is
superior to pills and tablets aw it docs
not gripe or nauseate. Why take any
thing else. J. II, Anderson,
Look for the coupons now put In each
2"c package of Dr. Whoop's Health Coffee
Imitation. A clever 2fc silvered "No
Drip Coffee offered on teis coupon. Be
sides on get IK) large cups of Dr.Shoop'w
"Health Coffee" for 25c. and the coffee
will oe.itainly please you. Sold by C. A.
Kellv Jt Son.
Notice of Hearing Fetition for Letters
of Administration.
State of South Dakota, coanty of
Lake. ss. In county conrt In the
matter of the estate of William Whit
more, deceased. The state of South
Dakota sends greeting to heirs at law
and next of kin of William Whitmore,
deceased, and to all whom thefce pre
sents may come. Notice is nereby
given that John T. Wnitmore has filed
with the judge of this court, a petition
piaying foi letters of administration
of the estate of William Whitmore,
deceased, and that Monday, the 15th
day of March, 1909, pt one o'clock p.
m. cf said day being a day of a regular
term of this court to-wit: of the
March term, 1909, at the ofiSce of the
judge in the city ot Madison, county of
Lake, has been set for hearing said pe
tition, wben and where any person iu
terested may appear aBd show cause
why the Baid petition should not be
granted.
Dated at Madison this 18th day of
February A. £., 1909.
—J. F. Blewitt,
Judge of the County Court.
Attest:
—P. R. Van Slyke, Clark.
COAL
PHONE 195
Jones Drug Co
CORNER DRUG STORE
PHONE 256
We handle only the
best and deliver
to
all parts of the city
JONES BROS. GRAIN CO.
E. W. KETCHAH
BY
ADAPTED
w21 deliver promptly to any part of the city
the
best
HARD
ROBERTS
WILLIAM LYKCH
prompt.
...... A Watch Should be
AN ACCURATE TIMEPIECE
There is nothing so annoying as to carry
a watch that does not tell the accurate
time of day. This can be overcome by
selecting a competent jeweler to do the
repairing and cleaning necewary to keep
It in running order.
We have two competent jewelers and
Watchmakers in our store and can as
sure the best workmanship if you will
place your watch in their charge. We
do all repairing of jewelry and Watches
promptly, thus overcoming another an
noyance delay in the return of your
articles left for repair.
•9
grade of
Phone 260
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