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Pierre.—Fort Pierre Is cut off
from the city reservoir by the sliding of the big gumbo hill just north of the town. It has slipped about two feet, letting the bottom drop out of the.reservoir, and forcing the city to put in a temporary reservoir until an other can be constructed. In the slip ping the foundation under a portion of the residence of J. H. Johnson has dropped about three-feet and thi: ground on which his house stands sliding slowly down the hill. The slide is shown in a sheer drop of about three feet near the top of the hill, which is plainly visible from this ride of the river. MADISON TESTIMONY 9mm Vruot, Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mr. Woitha had. Foster-Milburn Co.. Mfra., Buffalo. N. Y. O •we* 1 i fCtjc SDailv ilcaDcr MAplBON, SOUTH DAKOTA rnxMnowk a 1*3 MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1920 flCnterod At liadlaon pnitumc* u eec •4 class matter. terms of subscription 07 mall, I year IS Bjr mall. ni»ntha l.gf By carrier, per week !l# J. F. 8TAHI., PrfTprfetoT H. A B'UAHI, RimliiMK U*nii«fi STATE NEWS ^"Flandn-aii. Th woman teachers if the public schools of this (Moody county are in a great majority, a port of the county superintendent of schools showing that of the 71 teach ers employed In the county, only two are men. Doadwood.—It is reported thai fWes on the interurban trains operat hlR between Deadwood and L«ad win Pierre.—According to the last bul letin of the state fire marshal! the fire loss for South Dakota in June was $124,064. and of this $117,30X was in one Minnehaha county, leav ing the fire loss outside of this a very light one for that month. The prop erty destroyed by these fires carried insurance amount in« to $446,435. (Jeddes.—The United States gov ernment is Just $1,000 richer as the result of a fire north of here Tues day when that amount of Liberty bonds burned up. The farm dwelling of Mrs. Marie Burke, nine miles from Geddes. burned to the ground, entail ing a loss estimated at $5,000 with no Insurance. The fire was cauaed by the explosion of a gasoline stove. Here, There «ml Bttry. 'where*. TClien you see Doan's Kidney Pills recommended in this paper you most always find the flecommender a Madi son resident. It's the same every where—in 3,800 towns in the U. S. Fifty thousand people publicly thank Doan's. What other kidney remedy can give this proof of merit, honesty and truth? Home testimony must be true or it could not be published here. Read this Madison recommen dation. 1 Then Insist on having Doan's You will know what you are getting: August Woltha, retired farmer, Grant Ave., says: 'Doan's Kidney Pills are the beat remedy I have ever used. My kidneys were out of order and I suffered a lot from bachache especially when I bent over or lifted anything. I had such sharp pains in my back I could hardly straighten up. My kidneys anqoyed me at night, acting too frequently. Doan's Kidney Pills which I got at Smith's Drug Store, regulated my kidneys and strengthened my back. They helped me in every way." 1 1 1 1 9100 SBWUB. 91QO The readers of this payer will b» pleaaed to learn that thwre Is at leaat one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Ita »ta*ea and that le catarrh. Catarrh b«lng greatly influ enced by constitutional conditions r« autre* constitutional treatment. Hall'e Catarrh Medicine la taken internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous aur nces of the system, thereby destroying foundation of the dleease. riving the MUoat strength by building up the con flKtMttoa SJnd assisting nature in doin* The proprietors have se much* faith In the curative powers of Hall's fisrtsrrh Medicine that they offer Oaf ILm!L ,®d Do,,4r*» fop ot case that A rails to cure. S«nd for Hat of tecf mourn!* Addrean V 3 Ohio. CHUNKY no.. Tntaric. 8old by all draidita. TSc. o an n wbsa aid rsiuvo rara mrJitL.* leave" "J® wen and feeling fine." Carman. Mayfield, Wy. to h"rt me and I could ilp- s,nce 1 took 1 •me 1 he increased to 18 cents one way. It also is reported that the patrons will carry the matter to the state board of railroad commiHHionera If the In crease is put into effect. i Hedfield. A seven-acre tract of! Ittd was recently Bold west of the I City for a consideration of Oft74 an •ere. This is ono of the largest i amounts ever paid for land in the! state, according to official records. Mr. Meehan, the seller, expects to leave for Iowa, where theae values art common. Fo,f!y t1*™ P01 had that fou nts. Gtood for lame hack, sore muscles. kt*Pey and bladder trou ble. Sold everywhere. -o- TO iSJLWdBey8 mu*t OI he In good order If fW* middle age la In *OBdltlen. V«U or disordered backache, lame mus ite, jrheumatic pains and „_i°nf. Foley Kidney Pills are .A** aid to the kidneys. They JKHrthe and Invigorate. Sold every- bronohW healing aaul Tar as do IOWA IS HAOE TARGET Famous Battleship To Be Objeot- iva fi4fl Naval Gttftfc Will Qo to Sea Unmanned, Under Own j, Steam and Controlled by Wir* Imm far Untrue Superlment, .Washington.—The uuc* famous iMfrj tieahlp Iowa, which played no Niuall pare la the destruction of Cervera'B fleet at SantlsiKo, U being prepared at the Philadelphia navy yard for what uavul officers nay will be one of tho moat unique target experiments ever attempted. Proceeding unmanued, but under her own steam and controlled by radio, probably from aeuplunea, the old you Afbter will become the objective of the big guna of the Atlantic fleet auper dreadnnughta lu (Jhosupcuke bay late thla punjiner. Thia will be the first time that American warships have used a moving craft for a target ac cept in actual war. Two of the Iowa'a coal-burning boil ers are being converted to burn oil so the ship may continue under way with no oue aboard once Its Area li#ve been started burning and Its engines placed In motion. It is expected that the unique prac tice will give the gun pointers of the Atlantic fleet an opportunity to test their ability under conditions as nearly like those to be expected in battle aa can be obtained. Smoke screens will be thrown around the Iowa during the runs and the course will be changed at will through the radio control sys tem, necessitating a change In range 011 all the tiring ships, exactly us would occur In action. The Iowa has already been stripped of some of its guns and milch valuable The battleship Ohio haa been turned over to the bureau of steam engineer ing for purposes of experiment In ra-? dlo control and a staff of expert tech nlcal officers has been placed on board 1 to arrange the Iowa practice. I RAN BIGGEST SHIPYARD Matthew C. Brush took charge of the Hog Island shipyard In October, 1918, after a few days spent In familiarizing himself with the plant. Recently Hog Island beat all records when sev en big army transports were launched III one daj[, Good Opinlo'n of Himself. young son had been naugM? and received a scolding. After a si* lence of some moments be asked: "Mother, how- much did you pay the doctor for me?" I said, "Enough.' He promptly answered, "Oh, well, I don't think foa got stung."—Exchange. U jgi »^vlls pa,"^ln*( Mrs. Al. Thine Is the Glory" wh,ch han«8 in Aat*. OMierel St.lt, 0. S. A, and P. •SHWBB FIRST AID TRAINING TO MEN AND WOMEN American Red Cross Is Teaching Hundreds of Thousands Life Saving Methods. The purpose of instruction in Ffrlt Aid to the injured offered by the Amer ican Red Cross is to train men and women to administer First Aid treat ment promptly and intelligently when emergencies demand it. First Aid treatment is not Intended to take the place of a physician's service. A sur geon should always be summoneed as a precautionary measure where there Is an injury of any consequence, but when one cannot be secured a few mfn ules' delay .may mean a fatality. In such a case a person trained In First Aid is Invaluable not otaly to the In dividual, but through him to the com munity in which he lives. There Is perhaps no way of ascer taining the number of deaths or seri ous disablements which result from lack of proper safeguards or prompt emergency treatment. It is safe to as sert they number thousands dally. There can be no doubt that the appli cation of First Aid methods to each case would Immeasurably lighten the country's toll of suffering and death. The dissemination of First Aid train ing and information has already pro duced a farreaching and beneficial in fluence In the prevention of accidents on railroads, in mijjes and In great In dustrial ncerns. The benefit of a widespread knowl edge of First Aid in the event of a great disaster, such as a train wreck, an explosion, an earthqulke, etc., is obvious. Laymen who have had First Aid training can render efficient as sistance. Many lives may depend upon such emergency care. 1 metal and the practice will be contin ued until the old vessel, a mass of twisted metal, sinks beneath the waves to join the old Texas, which, as the San Marcos, was used as a stationary target years ago. Red Cross First Aid work includes (I j' the o a i on a .id conduct, through I lied Cross chapters, of classes for in struction in accident prevention and First Aid to the injured among men and women in all communities and in every industry (2) the introduction of courses of Instruction in high schools and colleges. The Red Cross Is prepared to supply First Aid books and equipment at rea sonable prices. Every person in this country able to do so should, In his own Interest, re ceive Ited Cross First Aid Instruction. Information about the course and In struction classes may be had at the nearest chapter headquarters. RED CROSS EXTENDS RELIEF TO POLAND More than $.*»,000,0(X) has been spent by the American lied Cross in aiding the stricken people of i'oland. The organization has nursed the sick, fed the starving, clothed the naked, shelter ed the homeless, schooled the children and cared for the orphans there. It has conducted a relentless fight against typhus, cholera and other terrible dis eases. So today millions of men and women in that resurrected nation speak in grateful appreciation oT "The Greatest Mother in the World." Nearly 200 American lied Cross workers are now engaged In relief ac tivities in Poland. Four large relief bases are in operation and eleven mo bile units are in the field. During the last twelve months this organization was largely Instrumental In the re-es tabllshment of a million refugees at a cost for general relief of more than ?J,(X)0.000. I-ast winter one-half mil lion war orphans were aided material ly, and since then a series of large or phanages have been established to give It hem permanent cure. But for American lied Cross aid, of flclals of Poland declared recently* mil lions of people In that country wonld have perished of disease, exposure or starvation the last eighteen months. And the work there must be kept up for another year. vm 1 National Headquarters of the American Red Cross, Washington, depicts the homage of America's fltrhtinir American womanhood as mobilized for service lu the World War hv thia WnlmloD. It 1. the coll.bor.tlve .denude .nd art of Major Luis Mora, How to Live S Common Senee Comments on Health, HappineM and Longevity By GEORGE F. BUTLER. A. M., M. D. Copyright. UflQ, by International Preea Bureau HARDENING THE BODY. Beginning with personal clennlfnesa the wh«le body should be bathed dally with cool or tepid water, and then rubbed thoroughly dry with a rough towel. The least one can do with any attention to cleanliness or health [Is to sponge the face, chest and back with water and dry rub the rest of the body at least once every day. For a thorough wash of the hands use warm water, and before soaping them steep them well in the water for a minute or two, rubbing them a while, then use soap and a nail brush. End' by holding the hands under a tap of cold water and give them a shower bath—It la refreshing and strengthen ing to the lingers or dip them Into cold water and rub them briskly. The' first thing In the morning the 'ollowing procedure is beneficial: Itn nerse the feet in a foot bath of cold water enough to cover the ankles. Be gin, according as the reaction of the individual Is weaker or stronger, with water at 77 degrees, or even 81 de grees and 86 degrees Fahrenheit, and use colder water gradually in the course of weeks to 68 degrees and only exceptionally to lower temperature. In nil cases the cold foot bath, lasting only a few seconds, must be followed by quickly warming the feet. This can be done la a few Ia minutes by returning fha trcirm KaH I* lo nnt noooccnM to the warm bed it is not necessary to rub them the more quickly the bed Is regained the easier it will be to bear the cold foot bath. Only when the tem perature Is too low will it take more than ten minutes before they get wHl warmed. To harden the akin of the*whole body I recommend the following procedure: First wash or spray the body with cold water—or the temperature recom mended for foot bath. The throat, chest and back of the neck especially should be treated. Such an ablution with foot bath will take only a few minutes. A few moments only should |e given to douching the body. This Should be followed by vigorous rub* Mng with a coarse towel. Never sit down to breakfast without going out Into the open air for a while A brisk walk taken half^ao hour ba* fore breakfast in the early morning air, especially when accompanied by deep breathing, is a wonderful health promoter. The expansion of the lungs, quickening of the circulation and oxy genation of the blood give one a keen appetite for breakfast, and the man who can eat a good breakfast with rel ish has something to sustain him in ijis work and Is more fit to cope with difficulties than the unfed man, the man who breaks his fast with nothing more substantial than a roll and cof fee. Aerate and redistribute your blood by means of a walk before break fast. then you will be able to eat and digest that meal without trouble. Such a preparation for the days' work Is Invaluable. good general massage, with resist ive exercises twice a week will prove a great benefit ,ta making one strong and vigorous. Sports in moderation improve our physical condition, but they may prove disastrous if reason be not exercised and they are indulged in to excess. The advantages of the various kinds of sport in hardening the body are that with them can he combined the very Important agencies of fresh air and sunshine. No better example of what training and a resolute purpose can do toward hardening the body can be found than In the history of Theodore Jtoosevelt. His advice to the Ameri can hoy is as applicable to the Ameri can man. "He must work hard and play hard. He must be clean-minded and clean-lived. ... In life as In a football game the principle to follow Is: Hit the line hard don't foul and don't shirk, but hit the hard." LEARN HOW TO LIVE. While we are all deadly afraid of IMlcrohes, bacteria, etc., we live in such a way tha't our bodies become deficient In resisting power to the same germs, and when they are present we expect in some miraculous manner to. hare them expelled. e While we all want to enjoy life with all its comforts, pleasures and happi ness. we are apt to forget that upon health these all depend, and that health Is the vital priucl^e «C UUj» w*e die of health. If you make life a battle then enter the 'fray with weak and trembling limbs,, you are half vanquished already. 3o intp training. Get into flrat-clas$ condition, have courage and you'll win! lr^ge It is queer that while all persons tave a horror of disease they are so long in finding out that the only sure way of avoiding disease Is by keeping every organ in the body perfectly yell. a It Is worth the trouble to set on the family table, not courses of elaborate!* dishes, but a wholesome, agreeable, and yet econotnlcal diversity of food. a The glory of a young maw ti Iris Weakness of any kind imizes. belittles, cripples higp- TMFPERBNT from all other pipeleaa furnaces. Better— abeolutely reliable because it is constructed correctly. Three big, excluaive features, the "Big 3", make the Mueller a perfect heating system. 1. Lai|* and Prop«rljr Propor tion «d R*|iit«t F«m 3. Spacious, Unobstructed Air Paaaagaa S. Vast and SciantiftcalljrDeelfnad Heating Surface We know what these feature* mean for heating efficiency and big fuel laving. 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