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STATE NEWS
'ttene—The report of the condition
of the state treasury at the clone of
basinet*, April 30, showed in
the general fund, $'286,896 in the twine
food, |6 {,806 in the capitol building
fond, and $307,969 in the interest and
income fund foi the benefit of the
schools of the state, to be distributed
in June to the different counties.
Yankton-The birtna for April in
Yankton county were forty-five in
namber. breaking the county record.
the highest previous record for anv one
month being forty-three in December
of 1906. The deathB were twenty one.
which is a good deal higher deatb rate
than usual The mariiage record
shows a great falling off,only four cer
tificates beiog issued in the whole
uionth. Only one divorce was grant
ed
in the same month.
Pierre—Di. Fairbanks, one of the
new settlers on Grand river, has a plan
which he will try this summer to make
a
cheap and effective firebreak. His
idea
the tract to be
tying s solution which will kill the
grass, and as soon as the stiip ig dry,
barn it while the grass on both aides is
too green to catch fire.
Aberdeen—Bnrt Russell, arrested at
Wan bay near here today on the charge
of beating bis wife and intlicting
probably fatal injuries, broke away
from the officer, seized a knife and
eat his thi oat, dying instantly. Mtb.
Jtaisell was found with her bend
beaten to a jelly and was brought to
the Aberdeen hospital, where she is
•till unconscious. The couple sepa
rated last fall.
Pierre—The body of a female infant
was fonnd lying by the Northwestern
railway trade two miles east of this
city
this morning. The body was
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A Large Exhibit of the Newest Easter Stylet -are here.
The most Favored Styles, and Prices Conspicuously Low.
Never have Women's Tailored Suits been so popular as this season, and
never were styles prettier or more varied- The materials are especially
beautiful. Plain and novelties are the most prominent, and the nevr
satin finished Prunellas are the most conspicuous in the better Suits.
Prices range from
$12 to $35 a Suit
We are also showing an immense assortment of Skirts, Waists, Muslin
Underwear, Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Elm broideries, Laces and
New Style Corsets.
Our stock of Art Squares, Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums, Floor Ofl
Cloths, Lace Curtains, Window Shades and Upholstering Goods is very
complete, and we invite your inspection.
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"A JAPANESE GIRL" and
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Normal Auditorium
FRIDAY, MAY 7th
Catchy Songs, Brilliant Costumes, Effective Drills,
Stunning Dances, Geisha Girls, Strong Soloists
Reserve Tickets at Jones' Drag Store, 35c. General Admission Tickets
at aN Drug Stores, 25c
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MAOIHOM SOUTH DA ROTA
269,
I TELEPHONE, NO.
VKDXNESDAY,
J. A. JOHNSON
Co.
wrapped in a newspaper, bat there
was nothing to iu any way trace how
it got to the place where it was
found.
Yankton—William 'Woods, a white
haired man, was picked np by the po
lice. When search ad he had about
$200 worth of jewelry on bis persGn,
comprising watches, rings, charms and
other articles. Advices tended to the
conviction that he was the man who
bmglarized the Akron jewelry store of
W. E. Whitney on the ninht, of April
Si7. This belief was confirmed when
Sheriff Peter Arendt, of LeMars, ar
rived and identified the man as the in
dividual he had been offering $25 re
ward for. .Sheriff Areudt took his
man back with him to stand trial.
Pierre— The apprAiseuieut board
wbich has taen selected to appiaige the
Indian lands to be opened on the Chey
enne River Indian reservation is com
posed of Cail Gundersoil, to represent
the Indian department Henry Fielder,
to represent the Indians, and Frank
Mculton, of Faulkton, as an outsider.
Gnnderson has been in the Indian ser
vice as an allotting agent for years,
having jnst completed the allotting
work on the standing Rock reserve.
Fielder is one of the progressive
young Indians on the reservation, and
Mouiton is a prominent young man of
Faulk county. Tney will push the
appraisement work as rapidly as pos
sinle to get teady for the drawing this
fall.
Pierre—At Midland yesterday, Al
fred flammon, u settler near Hewiin,
is to ran a sprinkling cart aionnd committed suicide by drinking a bottle
protected, the cart car- of carbolic acid on the railway plat
form, just as the passengers for the
west were boarding the train. De
spondency is given as the cause of
the act. Hammon leaves a wife and
several children. The remains were
shipped to his old home in Kentucky
for burial.
Sioux Falls—Nell Stewsrt of Brook
ings, who is one of the bead men in the
proposed Brookings and Sionx Falls
electric line which eo much has been
heard of the past two years, was a
yioni Falls visitor Monday. Mr. Ste
wart remarked that because there had
been inactivity on the part of tbe
railroad boomers daring the winter
months, it was not an evidencs of tbs
failure of tbe enterprise. He stated
that sixteen miles of ths r*ri bed
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bad been graded, that the right of
way had nearly all been aecured, and
that in a few weeks general activity
would be exhibited all along the line.
Work would have been started long
before this had the weather been favor
able.
SENATORS k TARIFF
Will Fight Certain Schedules
All Summer—South Da
kota Notes.
Washington, May 4.—There are as
many opinions almost as there are men
to offer them as to when the Aldrich
Payne tariff bill will leave the senate.
While there has been no hard and fast
alliance among the group of younger
senators representing the transmissis
sippi countrv, it can be stated with po
sitiveness that an understanding bits
been reached among fifteen or sixteen
of them who will stay in Washington
all Hummei,if necessary,unless changes
are made in a number of the schedules
of the Aldrich bill. In this group of
senators, who can with truth be said to
have formed a working alliance in the
interest of the great territoiy which
tdey represent, are Burket and Grown
of Nebraska, Djlliver and Cummins of
Iowa. Curtis and Bristow of Kansas,
Gamble and Crawford of South Dako
ta, McCainber and Johnson of North
Dakota, Borah of Idaho, Dixon of Mon
tana, Clapp of Miunesota with Nelson
leaning very far toward tbe side of the
Young Turks, and Warner of Missouri,
LaFollette ot Wisconsin,and Beveridge
of Indiana are also in this category,
but represent interests somewhat differ
ent from those represented by the
xronp of senators given slwve.
Senators Gamble and Crawford are
reported to be zealously on the trail of
R. 8. Persons, formeilv of South Iako
ta, who, as auditor of the treasury for
the interior department has a plum
credited to South Dakota.
He has been a lank Kittreriere fol
lower and is expected to be decapitat
ed. Indications are that if he is
dropped, Lieutenant Governor Shober,
of Highmore will get the place.
Tbe South Dakota delegation has
been requested by promoters of the
Aberdeen Homecoming celebration to
invite President Taft to Aberdeen in
June. An invitation will be extend
ed the president, but as he has indicat
ed already in the case of the Yankton
waterways congress, be cannot go west
before August or September,
Representative Burke obtained a pro
mise from the department of agricul
ture to detail an expert to investigate
•he corrosion of the atesian well pipes
in South Dakota and deviee a plan to
prevent this injury. Pierie wants to
put down a pipe for the big artesian
well and will await the report of an
expert to profit by his advice.
Neil Loynachan, of Yankton, ap
pointed to Annapolia by Senator Gam
ble, passed tbe tueatai examination
for entrance.
Notice to Users of Water.
All water rents are now dae and
payable at the office of the city audi
tor, William Rae, at tbe Coleman lum
ber yards. This must be paid six
months in advance and if you fail to
do this the water will be shut off.
The lawn service begins May 1st and
ends November 1st, nd the reutal is
five dollars for tbe season, and there
will be ne reduction if you do not use
it the full time. This is positive
All water rents not paid for in ad
vance by May 20th will be sbat off
without question. This is also posi
tive. Respectfully,
—H. C. Grayum, Sapfc.
lay's Honey and Tar is a safeguard
against serious results from spring colds
which inflame the lungs and develop
into pneumonia. Avoid co nterfeits by
insisting upon having the genuine Fol
ey's Honey and Tar, whioh contains no
harmful drugs.—J. II. Anderso.
BLADES BRYAN
"Prince of Peace" Lecture
Interfers With T«sas
Wedding*
Fort Worth, Tex., May 4.—There is
one girl in Texas who will never be
a friend of William J. Bryan, the
tegular democratic candidate for preoi
dent, again. She was to have been
mairied the evening of Bryan's last
visit to the city. Not that she chose
the night because tbe Nebraskan was
but it so happened
was to lecture toe
going to be here,
that William J.
night of her martiage.
had been preparations
All day there
for tbe enter
tainment of Bryan, for whom the peo
pie of^Texas ha.e much sympathy.
Thursday night came The 'ride
was arrayed in all her wedding robes,
and the bridegroom, nervous and im
patient, bad arrived. So a'so had tbe
best man and maid of honor, while the
mem1ers of tbe family were patiently
waiting for the ceremony to be over
and done.
Then it was the bridegroom made
tbe startling discovery that, while he
bad procured a license, he had for
gotten to secure a minister to tie the
nuptial knot. He hurried to the tele
phone. It was 8 o'clock. Bryan wjr
in tbe midst of bis "Prince of Peace
effoit.
"Not at home." came the reply of
the servant girl from tbe home of tbe
pastor. Then be called another and
another, until he bad tried practically
all of them. From every place came
the same reply. Then came tbe call
for the justices of the peace. Tbe
bride didn't take to the idea of a jus
tice of tbe peace welding, but she put
on a brave front and said any arrange
ment was satisfactory to ber. She
was a widow, and it was ber second
time out.
But not a juatics could be foand.
''Not at borne,'1 was tbe invariable
answer.
Tbere was nothing else to do. The
weddiug was postponed.
Friday morning tbe conple learned
the truth. The ministers and justices
were at the Bryan meeting. Tne cere
mony was performed Friday night.
"I've voted for Bryan my last
time," declared C. Umphrey, t.he
bridegroom. "I never did vote for
him," chimed in Mrs. E. £. Craig,now
Mrs. I'mphrey, "and I wouldn't now
if I could. His lecture ma have been
on peace all right, but be came near
creating war in this household."
CABOOSE ROBBER*
South Dakota Farm Hand
Loses $560 of His
Earnings.
Mmi
City,May 4.—Henry^fhomas.
of Scotland, S. D., reported to the po
lice that he nad been robbed of $560
Friday night while he slept on a" Mil
waukee freight train on bis way In Jo
Sioux City.
The man is a Polander and could
talk very little English, but through
Patrolmen Silver, ne was able to tell
bis story to Chief of Detectives Rich
ard. He said he had worked for tbe
past two years on the farm of W,
Brown, near Scotland and on a month
ly stipend of |2.r had saved $560, with
which amount in $20 bills he boarded
tbe train at Scotland at 11 o'clock
Friday night to accompany a carload
of hogs belonging to his employer to
Sioux City. He had his money in bis
hip pocket, and, not fearing a roDbery
sprawled out on a long seat in the ca
boose and went to sleep. Aside from
the trainmen he was the only occupant
of tbe car until it arrived at a station
alout half way between here and
Scotland. Then four men got into the
caltooee." Three of them were tall and
rather slight of build and the fourth
was short and stout.
When the train arrived in Sionx
City at 5 o'clock yesterday morning
Thomas dropped off witn the rest and
wc.ut to get something to eat. It was
when he came to pav for his meal
that he discovered h* had been
"rolled" while ne slept.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
roach the diseased portion of the ear.
Tbere is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remediep.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eu
stachian Tube. When this tube is in
tl'imed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing', and when it is en
tireiv clos d, deafness is the reault, and
unless tbe inttamation can be taken out
and this tube is restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One llundreo Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, O.
Said by Drupgis^s, 75.
Take llall's Family Pills for oonstipation
Strayed from tbe Tom Pederson
farm in Summit township two roan or
iron gray two year old colts, April 5.
1 inder please notify Tom Pederson,
Volga. S. D., or Porter Pederson, Rut
land, S. or call either on phone.
A reward of $50 will be paid for the
recovery of the colts. When last seen
were going towaid Montrose.
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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
Financial Statement
No.S,14ti. liepurtuf the condition of the Flrat
National Bank, at Madieon, in the state of
vouth
Dakota, at tbe close of bitaineae April 28,1909.
RKHOl RCK8.
l.oanc anl dlflcounts
Overdraft*, swcurwl and unsecured KiO.H'.1
t*. bonds to secure circulation 22,fi»W).0ii
1'. !*. hotids to secure U. B. deposits 10,000.1*1
Bonds, Securities,etc 6,T47.19
Haiikinir house, furniture and ttxtaras.. 5,600.00
Btie front National banks (not reserve
agents) 85,»2.8!l
Due from Stat" Hankw and Bankers...
Due from approved reserve agents
Chtf-k-i and other
i-hmIi
Total fH»,JW3.70
State of South Dakota, county of Lake, ss:
I, O. L. McCallister, rashierof the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
i L. McCALLISTKH. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 80th
day of April, 1W0W. Frank O. 1'ai.mkk, Notary
Public.
Correct -Attest: D.
fiTTS,
K Fitts, E.
V McCai.i.istkh Directors
THOMPSON & LEE,
Practical Electricians
—Keep on Hand—
Electrical Supplies
Wiring and other Elec
trical Work Done on short
Notice.
SHOP IN IRELAND BUILDING
MADISON CEMENT CO.
J. S. Thompson & Son, Prop.
Sidewalk Workers and
all Kinds of Cement Work
Phone Red-450
Miss Grinager
Fashionable Milliner
Mylew
Spring Stack
la» arrived and I wi
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ladies call and in
spect it.
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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
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Miss Bogen's Millinery Parlors,
1109 FIFTH ST. .... MADISON, S. D.
WATCHES
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JEWELRY
REPAIRING
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items
Notes of other National bank*
Fractional paper currency, nickel* and
rents
Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz
I2MW0O
888.70
Specie |24,W1.«0
Legal tender notes it,000.00
Redemption fund with U. 8. treaanrer
(A per cent of circulation) 1,125.00
8»,9fil.fl0
Total $442,840.70
LlABlLimM.
Capital stock paid
in S 60,OJO.OO
Surplus fnnd 11,600.00
Undivided profits, less expeOTM and
ta*es paid 17.419.!*)
National bank ri'tes outstanding....... tf^Rno.i'O
Due to other National banks :t?
Due to J-tate banks and bankers. 46.W.210
Individual deposits subject to check.... 144,!M5.H5
Saving* deiMKtitM 18.71s.lH
Demand certificates of deposit 2,H:M.19
Time ct-rtiflcates of deposit 137,81 •"'.K')
Cashier'* cheek* outstanding «i8W.0U
Cnlted States deposits 10,000.00
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Sherwin- William Co.
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
This is one of the oldest Paint Manufacturers
in the U. S., and their products have stood
the test for many years being a supperior
qnality. All paints sold with manufacturers
guarantee.
We have just the thing in WOOD STAINS
put up in pint bottles, for finishing interior
woodwork, fine furniture, etc. Any color to
imitate any kind of wood.
Little Household Paints
any shade or color in 10c cans, up to fin#
Enamels at $5.00 per gallon .* .•
Jones Drug Co.,
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
COAL
PHONE 236
We handle only the
best and deliver to
all parts of the city
JONES BROS. GRAIN CO.
Ginder's Continued Story
CASH IS KING
After one month's trial of the cash system
(and the hardest month of the year to in*
augerate new methods along these lines)
we are entirely satisfied with results ana
are confident that the Cash System is ap*
predated by our customers, none of whom
will be annoyed with statements (duns) or
collectors no occasion for it, they pay a|.
they go and enjoy that contented feeling,
at die end of the month that is due to al|
who are at peace with the butcher. Try
(he Ginder Market for a month and b*
convinced that CASH IS KING. No
Ing bills twice, no paying the other fellow'f
bill by it's getting into your account by
mistake?
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California Picnic Hams
Breakfast Mackerel, salted, each
Salted Salmon, per lb.
3 K Herring, per pail
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THE GINDER MEAT CO.
WHERE CASH IS KING
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