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THAT IF A LADY HAS A PRETTY'
IT MAKES ANY DRESS LOOK NICE.
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If ADMO. SOUTH DAKOTA.
TELEPHONE, NO. 269.
BATl'UDAY. APKTL 1909
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STATE NEWS
Havre—Gov. Vwssey hat wf June 1
(»s the date for the election (or orgaui
ttatiou of Tripp county, at which time
list of county officers and a tempor
ary conuty seat will be selected. This
'will be two months after the new set
tiers will have begun tneir filings, ami
\^»ill give most of them time to get lo
lasted on their lands. The county seat
i'outest will probably 1*« between Laui
fo, which is located very near the een
4er of the county, and Colour, which is
farther south and east, not far from
lJallas. Eight polling places have
|x'en established for the purpose of the
Organization.
Los Angeles, Cal.—The body of Jos
eph R. Arnold, a banker and capitalist
v|vho was fonnd dead in a bathtub at
vibe Hotel Avalon, March 2", will be
taken to Yankton, H. D., his former
home, for burial. The trip began to
vJoight. At Sioux City. Io., tbe body
nwill b«'*met by a delegation of Masons.
'iTroui that city to Yankton the trip
fwlll be made by special train. Arnold
Xvas one of tbe best known citizens of
'Yankton. He was ne\er married and
Abe fortune he leaves will be distribnt
among bis nephews and nieces. T.
Andrewss, his partner in tbe bank
ng business, and William Vincent, a
jhephew, both of Yankton, are now in
jLos Angeles and started east with tbe
Jbody tonight.
Aberdeen—
(Jo?. Robert 8. Vew has
extended an Invitation to the people of
y' jNorth Dakota, through Gov. Burke, of
"'that state, to join with the people of
Month Dakota in the Dakota houiecoiu
Jng celebration to be held in Alx'rdeen
June 10, 1? and 18. The Aberdeen
(Commercial club will also send invita
tions to the commercial clubs of tbe
-^North Dakota cities.
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Yankton—Roy Dunlap, who has
conducting the Commercial hoase.
and John Martin, a strangei, were
•Jbound over to circuit court in $1,000
Ijonds each on the charge of forgery
Jand are at present in jail, unable to
praise the bail asked. Botb men are
alleged to huYe offered a counterfeit
checic for $1S.
Tor "Sale.'
Healed bids will be received by Chas.
Robeck at his office in First National
hank building, Madison, H. D., on the
(ieiman Baptist parsonage, until April
'"5, 1909, subject to tne approval of the
y*t, undersigned trustees. Terms cash.
Purchaser to retnove present building
prior to May 1909.
John Stier,
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Herman Kruger,
.•*—Julius Kerstein,
•-Wm Schepal.
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WHY DO MOJT OF THE LADIES BU Y THEIR
.SHOE.S FRoM V.S? BECAUSE WE HAVE 5TYL
l-SH .JHOE.S IN OUR .STORE. OUR .SHOE.S ARE
•SO BUILT THAT THEY ARE COMFORTABLE
AND MAKE THE FOOT LOOK NEAT. WE KEEP
UP THE QUALITY OF OUR ^HOE^ AND KEEP
THE PRICED DOWN. YOU CAN A1*WAY,S
FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN A SHOE ir YOU
WASHINGTON
Land Office Appointment Out
4§ Politic* -South Da
kota Notes-
Washington.April 2.—Political pull
will count for nothing in futare ap
pointments of the government land
office registers and receivers, according
to announcement made today by Secre
tary of the Interior Ballinger, with the
sanction of President Taft. This state
incut r.-itber startled the two South Da
kota senators, who have considered nix
laud offices in their state fine Iterths for
political friends. Appointments are
yet to be made for the new Belle
Fourche office,and Senator Gamnle has
a bill pending to create another laud
office at LeBeau,which would give hiui
additional patronage if the old system
of appointments were to prevail.
But, alas and alack, President Taft
has insisted 011 a complete reorganiza
ion of government land offices and pro
poses to take them out of the political
pot, as he has the federal judgeships.
The administration desires that ap
plicants for land office register should
have legal qualifications and aoine ex
perience in public land matters and ap
plicants for receivers should be suc
cessful business men, with a general
knowledge of accounting, such as will
enable tnem to properly safeguard gov
eminent funds. All applicants must
l»e men whose character and standing
are of the best in their communities,
anil who will devote their entire time
tn official duties. Politicians are not
wanted in these positions by the presi
dent.
The po8toffice department at the re
quest of the South Dakota delegation
has ordered the name of a Tripn
county townsite changed from Jordan
to Witten in honor of Judge Witten,
of the government land office, who
had much to do witb opening the Rose
bud reservation. Henry C. Carroll has
been recommended for the liist post
master of Witten.
On request of Representative Martin
the Whiteneck National bank, of
Chamberlain, was designated today as
a United States depository.
The president has sent to the sen
ate the nomination of the following
South Dakota postmasters: Allie Lee,
Ashton Joshua F. Woods, Dolaud
Alexander B. Coutts, Hudson: Sher
man F. Lucas. Bonesteel James P.
Turner, Faulkton Lyman J. Bates.
Lake Preston: Amos H. Davis, Parks
ton.
The senate today confirmed Edward
B. Wagner to be attorney for the dis
tri«fc«f tionth Dakota.
Dissolution Notica.
The Gindei- Beard Meat Co. dissolved
this 2d day of April, 1909, Mr. Beard
retiring, and the Ginder Meat Co. con
tinuing the business. All bills against
the firm of Ginder-Beard Meat Co. will
be settled by the Ginder Meat Co., S.
F. HiinJer, manager. All accounts,
big and little, have been sold to Mr.
L. Beaift.
*-R. A. Qindar.
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FILING BEGINS
Prize Holders of Government
Land in Rosebill
Make Choice
Gregory. April 2.—Splitting two
quarter sections of land in twain to
exercise her right of choice of 100 acres
of the choicest land in Tripp county
May Melser of Kennebec, holder of No.
I in the famous Tripp county drawing
of Oct. 19, 1908, filed promptly this
morning at 9 o'clock. She
chose
the
west half of the southeast quarter, and
the east half of the southwest quarter
of section 21. township 100, range TH.
The tract lies just south of the gov
ernment townsite cf .lordan or Witten
in the northwest pait of the county,
where the new private townsite of
Redhill has just been located a short
distance to tbe north of toe Melser
claim.
The question of Mrs. Melser's right
to file had been previously passed upon
by Judge Witten and did not come up
at the time of the tiling when she ap
pea red with her locator. Chester
Slaughter of Dallas,paid her filing fee,
took her receipt and left the office soon
after. The map in the filing room was
immediately marked to show that the
tract in question had passed out of the
list of lands eligible to entry.
Peter Swift, of Ponca, NeD., who re
sponded with No. 2, chose the south
west quarter bf section 10, township
97, range 74, which lies a half mile
from the city of Dallas and is stir
rounded by Indian allotments.
E. Hannen of Meadow Grove, Neb.,
holding No JJ, filed on the west half of
the northeast quarter and the east ba If
of the northwest quarter of section 1!.
township 100, range 78, lying a half
mile west of Jordan,and but little over
a mile from May Melser's claim.
Otto Schneider of Mitchell, S. D., as
No. 4, made choice of the southwest
quarter of section 2,township 97, range
5, being a half mile fiom the govern
meut townsite of Colome, situated ten
miles from the present termisus of the
Northwestern road.
Jacob Eschert of Wichita, Kas.,made
tbe fifth filing on the south half of
the southeast quarter of section HI,
township 98, range 74, and lot 1 and
tbe southeast quarter of tbe northeast
quarter of section 3, t.wnship 97,
range 74.
Samuel Anderson of Albert City, la.,
was the sixth to file and his choice was
the southwest quarter of section 9,
township 100, range 78, just north of
the new townsite of Redhill, and only
a short distance from the Melser aud
Hannen claims.
There will be 50 filings made during
the day if ail the holders of luckv
numbers are on hand to exercise their
right.
At a large pnblic meeting in the
auditorium last evening, at which
there were hundreds of theholdeis of
n urn tiers. Judge Witten made a
lengthy address and gave full instruc
tions as to the filing as well as paying
a high compliment tc the qualities of
the country to be entered.
RAILROADS
South Dakota Promises to
Lead in Construction—
New Station.
AbwJeuw, April 2. After an early
morning visit to Aberdeen and a trip
over the city by automobile,
Vice Presi­
dent Gardner and Assistant General
Manager Cantillion, of the Northwes
tern railroad, announced to representa
tives of the Alierdeen Commercial club
that plans for a new station, firepioof,
modern and large enough to meet the
needs of the city, would be sent hero
ithin ten days for examination and
suggestion from Aberdeen commercial
men,and that within a short time work
would oegin upon the structure, which
will occupy the site of the present
building.
Four years ago tbe Northwestern
attempted to secure a right of way
into the heart of the city at the same
time the Great Northern secured a
right of way and a site for a station
within two blocks of the business
center of tne towu, but property own
ers, learning of the plans of the com
pany, boosted property to an unre.-ison
able figure. Since that time the city
has grown so the Northweste-n station,
formeily well outside the built-up sec
tion, is now surrounded by buildings,
and the company has evidently aban
doned its intention of getting farther
int town.
That South Dakota will again lead
al! tbe states of tbe northwest in the
amount of railroad construction this
year was made a certainty today
when it was authoritatively given out
in this city that the Milwaukee, tbe
Northwestern and the Minneapolis and
St. Louis roads will all build exten
sions through tbe Cheyenne Indian re
solvation, which will be opened to set
tlement this fall. The Milwaukee
road crosses the Missouri river in
South Dakota at Mobridgo. From this
point it will build southwest through
the reservation to a terminus yet to be
decided upon. The Minneapolis and
St. Louis' western terminus is at pre
sent at LeBeau, S. D., on the Missouri
river, to which point it was completed
a year ago. From LeBeau that road
will extend westward and slightly
southward across the reservation. The
Northwestern will not build an exten
sion from Pierre, or from Fort PieTre,
as was formerly generally believed.but
will extend from Pnilip, on tbe Pierre
Rapid City line, northwestward into
the Belle Fourche country.
Remember all electric light bills
must be paid at the Lake County bank
on or before tbe 10th or a fine of |1
will apply.—Wm,
9m,
Auditor.
FIRE ADVICE
State Marshall Craft Tells
What to Do at Time
of Fire
Pierre, March 31.—'Tbe following
bulletin has been sent out from the
office of the state fire marshal:
Cue's ability to extinguish a starting
fire or to escape if caugbt in a burning
building depends upon intelligence and
self control.
If the blaze is just starting, throw
water on the material that is burning
not at the blaze. One bucket of water
will do more good thrown on by hand
fills, or with a broom, than dusbed on
at once.
A small fire may be smothered with
rug or blanket, or beaten out witb a
wtjt broom.
If you cannot put out tbe starting
fire in a minute, yell fire, and then if
in a city, call for the department
Every one living in the bouse should
know the telephone number to be used
for getting the firemen.and it should be
on the wall by the telephone for
strangers to use. There is no time for
looking in the difectory, even if one
should not lie too nervous to find a
number. Everyone should know where
the nearest fire alarm box is, and bow
to use it.
After the firemen are called, work at
getting out the thing* you want most
to save. Don't throw the clock from
the window and then carry out your
clothing, as some persons have done.
If awakened in the night by tbe
smell of fire, don't dress. Wrap
yourself in a blanket or quilt from
the bed and get out tno quickest wty
you can. After calling help, look in
and Bee where and what is the dan
ger. You can then tsU if it is best to
rry to carry out the household goods.
If the fire is on the first floor, it is very
dangerous to go a
hove, because the heat
and choking smoke go up.
One can often get out through a
nail filled with smoke by going on
his hands and knees, when he would
fall choking if he ran. The smoke is
thickest at tbe ceiling. Holding a wet
towel, or anything made of flannel, or
even a coat collar, over the mouth
greatly lessens the danger of injury to
the lungs, or death, from the carbonic
acid gas in the smoke.
Most tires start in the first floor or
basement of the building and burn a
hole up through tbe roof. In a house
the flames travel by the stairways in a
big store or hotel they go quickly up
the elevator shaft. After reacning the
top the lire spreads and skwly goes
down, burning tbe wood that is left.
If a man working in a big store or
factory sees a fire starting he should
turn in the alarm, if there is one in the
building try to put it out with the
water in any pail nearby then use a
chemical extinguisher, if there is one.
If one is in a,burning building with
no lire escapes and the stair below is
«n*.
A PUT UP JOB
to give you fine Wall
Paper at moderate prices
is now being framed up
at this store, so that we
will be ready for the
Spring trade.
Come in and see the
great variety of Designs
and Colon. .*
FOR EVERY ROOM
in the house. Tiled pap
ers for the bath, dainty
floral effects and stripes
for the bedrooms, tap
estry for the halls, the
library and the dining
rooms, and satin and
brocade effects for the
drawing room.
Holliday & Porter
LANNON-COOK BL'K
Miss Bogen's Fine
MILLINERY SHOWING
is now in its full array and the ladies
of Madison and vicinity are cordially
invited to inspect her most beautiful
and great assortment of
Tailored and Dress Hats
burning, or tbe hall is filled with
smoke, he should shut the door and
transom to keep out the deadly gases
Then he should throw open tbe win
dow and get cool air and to let the
firemen and neighbors see where he
is, so that they may bring a ladder
tne window.
One should wait at the window
until he is scorched or choking. liv
that time the firemen will be holding
a big boop covered with canvas iu
which they will catch him when
jumps, or the neighbors will hold a
blanket to catch bim. If no one is
near, he should throw out bedding,
tick and all. and jump on that. It is
safer to jump into the top of a tret*
than to the ground.
—Frank A. Craft,
State Fire Marshal.
Need of Ventilation in Winter.
The necessity for ventilation in win
ter is extreme, and it seems strange
that so many people who are in ait
other respects persons of intellgen*•
and thoroughly conversant with th»
needs of the body, should, in this par
ticular instance, demonstrate such a
lack of ordinary common sense. An
other essential to good health is the
daily use of some good malt toni
such as goldeu grain belt Deer, tn
ideal home beverage. It is brewed
from the best of nature's products in i
better way than other beers and d»
serves a place on your nouie table
Order of your nearest dealer.
"My three year old boy was badly
constipated, had a high fever and was
in an awful condition. I gave him tw
doses of Folev's Orino Laxative atul
the next morning the fever was gone
and he
WHS
entirely well. Foley's Orino
Laxative saved his life." A. Wolkush,
Casimer, Wis.-J. H.Anderson.
Miss Grinager
Fashionable Milliner
Myfnew Spring Stock
has arrtved and 1 will
be pleased to have the
ladies call and in
spect it. .* .*
MISS GRINAGER
MADISON CEMENT CO.
J. S. Thompson & Son, Prop.
Sidewalk Workers and
all Kinds of Cement Work
THOMPSON & LEE,
Practical Electricians
—Keep on Hand—
Electrical Supplies
Wiring and other Elec
trical Work Done on short
Notice.
SHOP IN IRflAND BUILDING
A specialty is made in middle-aged ladies hats as the extremity but beautiful
of this year's style does not appeal to all modes of hair dressing, and therefore
an extra effort was made to obtain the correct styles for the different hair
dressing. Convince yourself by calling ft!
Miss Bogen's Millinery Parlors,
1109 FIFTH ST. MADISON, S. D.
WATCHES
AND
JEWELRY
REPAIRING
Jones Drug Co.,
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
PHONE 195
EASTER NOVELTIES
We have a handsome assortment ef
Easter Novelties among which many new
ideas of Easter Tokens are suggested.
We have always made a specialty at
Easter time in buying these goods every
•eason getting the latest designs and
patterns. Our stock of
FANCY BOUND BOOKS
AND
FINE BOX STATIONERY
also contains many new ideas in this line.
We carry
a
copyrights*
krge stock of the lateat
Order Your Cut Flower for Easter at This Store
E. W. KETCHAH
will deliver promptly to any part of the city
Um bast grade al
HARD AND SOFT COAL
Peter Marquart & Son
Cement Walks, Foundations,
Bridges, Culverts, anything and
everything in Guaranteed Ce
ment Construction.
=SEE:
W. G. MARQUART,
or Leave Orders With Burnett & Sutton
PHONE 256
We handle only the
best and deliver to
all parts of the city
JONES BROS. GRAIN CO.
PRESCRIPTIONS
ACCURATELY
COMPOUNDED
Phone Green 263
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