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is *i\. ». s s j+V h'- it" Cbe 2Taitp ilcaoer Watertown.—At a meeting here it the Eastern South Dakota Duroc Breeders' association definite plans were made for encouraging boys and fftt is of SodinKton county to join some purebred pig club and raise a Utter of pigs this year. The atmo e&Uoij appropriated $100. to be (tTMi in prism to winners of ply. club vtork. Yunk toil. Kolilxra entered the Btownson general merchandise store at Mission Hill and soured about iaoo worth of overcoats, silk shirts, •hoes and other apparel. Entrance was gained through a cellar win dow. The theieves also entered an adjoining pool hall and secured a small supply of candy, cigars and cigarettes. No money was taken .at either place. Aberdeen. -Notice has been given by D. H. Lightner, of this city,, re ceiver of the Square Deal Publishing company, which publishes a nonpar tisan league daily newspaper in Aberdeen, that by order of the cir cuit court he is prepared to receive bids for the private sale of the prop erty of the publishing company, Which will be sold to satisfy the dsinis of creditors. Rapid City.—A petition of Rapid CKy and Pennington county hunturs on proposed cliangos in the deer •hooting season in the Black Hills ha." been sent to the state legisla ture at Pierre. Quite a number favor the present law, others think only buck deer should be killed, wbile a smaller number favor a closed season for deer indefinitely so they can increase in numbers. Clark.— Returning from a visit at tbf- home of a neighbor late at night, the Ed Jerrow family found their farm home near here a mass of flames. Mr. Xerrow made an effort to save some of the family's effects in the building and came near los ing his life in doing so when a door by which he had entered the burn ing structure closed behind him, causing him to lose his bearings. The house and contents were a total loss, without insurance. jjn voni ItlllllllllfltHlllfllllllllliniltlHIIIIIIIIIItllllltllllllllllllillllllllllltlMIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIU. GOOD NEWS New Spring Woolens At Very Low Prices NOW ON DISPLAY Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed ED. GUNDERSON The Tailor llllUllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllillllllllllllllillllllillllllllllllllillllllllllin JJAKU'i'A lATrRDAY. JANUARY 29, 19*1. KICUK-U *. MadlHi't. Mu»turno« ••O MNi u anar. TlgttUfi OK SUBSCRIPTION df uitii, ytmjr $!.•• .J0} iuMa. I months 1.M «rrt*r, «Mk 10 V. 8TAHL, Proprietor. A i u u & u K -r WBBsses!.. v~—rssssm STATE NEWS Aberdeen.--Mrs. William Knu' sap. who recently shot her husband, has be«n released by the prosecut ing attorney, who said the husband stated the shoottng was accidental and be would not prosecute the case. Mr. Knutxen is recovering from the wound. nsnfr Foley & Co.. receive letters every day from men and women telling how Foley Kidney Pills banish lame back, sore muscles, rheumatic pains, sleep-disturb ing bladder ailments and other symp toms of weak or diseased Kidneys. No stronger evidence that Foley Kidney _______o AM asnswr to oooo «ax.tx pood health has no greater enemy ••OMh-n constipation. Foley Cathratie Tab lets are mild but sure in action. They biliousness, bloating, bad breath. coated tongue, sick headache, sour stom a& and other Ills caussd by Indigestion. tsr In the morning. o- i: Its work, its to lold Everywhere. fiOO aVWABB. *100 readers of tbta p*per tHl to lenrn that there ts a-t !r«*t uoe drMdMl disease mat science haa btvft able to cure In all Its alagea and that is catarrh. Oatarrb belntt sreatiy lnllu snced by constitutional conditions qolm constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous sur face* of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patlont strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing ieit te curative powers of Hall's The proprietors have ae much faith in U»e curatlvi Cartarrb Medicine that they offer One HuaSteS Dollar# for any case that It & cure. Ben6 for list of teatt F. J. CHSNST A CO.. Jui»4s. Id to all Snurariata. Tic., o 1 "TOOTS MUWIUI ZS O. Mrs. Chas. Rule, New Diggins. Wis.. I WlitM: "Your medicine is O. K. never be without it." Foley'g and Tar acts quickly, checks' coughs and croup, cuts the opens air passages and allays itlon. It stops sleep-disturbing Sing at night. Contains no opiates. Everywhere. 0 Ml M0MYS MtO BLADDfc* COIN WON'T BUY LOVE Wtmrati Tarns Down Husband Who Deserted Her. Prefers Work In Department Start Is Life of Ease With Father if Her Children. Chicago.—Mrs. Margaret Reeves, mother of 11 children, can leave her vyork in a loop department store and have servants and a thousand other things she has craved—If she wants them. She doesn't want to. She's decided to keep plugging along at her fro eery counter until she dies. The reason for Mrs. Reeves' choice la that If she leaves her Job for the ranch she Will be compelled to live with her husband, James Rwves, who deserted her eight years ago. Her children were small then, and Mr. and Mrs. Reeves were having a hard time of It, but Mrs. Reeves al ways managed, some way, somehow, until her husband slid out with every cent in the house—$100 and a few cents. Thereafter, Mrs. Reeves continued to manage, but not so well. She went to work. The children—those who were old enough—worked, too. Then one by one they died, until only four were left A week ago Reeves experienced a change of heart and wired Chief of Detectives Hughes that out in i'oca tello, Idaho, wherfe he had gone, he had been lucky. He said he had a ranch, all paid for, a lot of money and two kittens for the twins. By the time Mrs. Reeves gets around to write her husband he will know the twins are dead. And she'll tell him her love died with the twins and with the other live children who are gone. But she will add, on second thought, that they are still In poverty, although happy without him, and some of the money he has been bragging about can be used. WHISPERS FINED IN WHISPER St. Louis Judge Objects to Confiden tial Conversation of Speeder Defendant. St. Louts.—Cha rl es W. A Largy, s real estate dealer, appeared in police court to answer to a charge of speed ing, and attempted to whisper to Judge Mix, but the judge whispered back at him in a stagy voice: "$30 and costs." A policeman had testified that De Largy was going 30 miles an hour. Then De Largy leaned forward and whispered something which Judge Mix could not understand. The Judge's re peated requests that De Largy talk louder had no effect, and finally the Judge asserted "there would be no whispering In his court" and assessed the fine. De Largy explained later that he did not like to hurt the feelings of the policeman by contradicting hfett. With $26,000 in Bank, Man Lived in Poverty 1 Wtiliam Girth, an Inventor of New York dty, suffered par tial loss of memory iu 1912, af ter placing $20,000 in a savings bank. He had since lived in destitute circumstances until Ralph Kutz, an employee of the bank, located Girth. He asked the inventor If he was in need of money, and received the re ply "My God, yes am near ly starving." Seeks Seaplane to Fly From Deck. Washington.—The Navy department has inaugurated a competition for air* craft designers In an effort to obtain an airplane not only capable of start* ing from the deck of a ship, but also equipped to land la the watsr. Buried In the Wrong Town. New Albany, Ind.—Although noth ing Is known here concerning Samuel! Peacock, overseas soldier, w hose body arrived here for burial, members of the American Leglos took charge of the funeral. I U. S. TO HANDLE FOOD MARKETING I Federal Trade Commission Fa vors Supervision by G(p erament Authorities. WOULD ELIMINATE H0ARDIN61 Establishment of Central Marketa for, Periehable Food Products *a4 Creation of Licensing SysteNt Urged by Board. Washington.—Establishment of cen tral markets for perishable food prod ucts in all large cities and the setting' up of a federal licensing system ap plicable to all dealers In such foods, at those markets are proposed by the federal trade commission In Its annual report to congress. The commission's conclusions are based on an investigation covering many months, and It declares that fed eral action Is necessary to obtain ef-! fectlve regulation and to avoid un fair and wasteful practices with the' consequent effect on prices. In the present system the eommls slon sees as a hindrance to the proper! passage of perishables from the pro ducer to the consumer certain Inter trade dealings which It believes should I be eliminated, and it suggests that the handling of these products be sur- i rounded by numerous regulations and restrictions such as the recording of available supplies nnd the dating of cold-storage periods and provisions for auction marketing. Would Eliminate Hoarding. Facilities should be made udoquate. 1 the commission saya, to enable the producer to ship freely into tlie cen tral markets and "with proper pro tection of his interests." The mar keting system should be so covered that objectionable hoarding would be eliminated and proper co-ordination of transportation facilities should be accomplished to make dellveriea cer tain when required. The commission says that "the needed reforms can hardly be expect ed to be accomplished by the initia tive of the dealers." and asserts that: state and municipal authorities lark adequate power to effectively regulsite the handling of the food supplies. Big Jump in Flour Profit* Turning to wheat product? th* com mission says It has found that con centration of the milling industry has progressed far enough so that "prob ably ten of the largest milling con cerns could supply the demand of the country for flour." The commission mentions incidentally that Its figures from 37 milling corporations showed that their sales hail Increased from $100,000,000 to $354,000,000 between 1914 and 1018, while their annual I profits had grown from $5,500,000 to $20,000,000 in the same period. The commission says also that the law, Instead of Increasing the strength of the already great American indus trial establishments, has enabled the smaller concerns to band together In a fashion to push fully organized ex port trade in a keenly competitive manner, which they are not able to do at home. To this extent, the com mission believes, the law has worked to the great advantage of the small firms. Still In Pursuit Bacon—Did you say your b»»y pursuing his studies atil'.T Egbert—Yes, he is. MDo you suppose he'U ever with them V' Forced to Return to Coat. The oil-burning engines of the Can adian Pacific railway In the Canadian Rockies are now being converted to the use of coal. It is expected In a short time all the engines running west from Field, British Columbia, to Van couver will burn coal instead of oil. The Canadian Pacific steamers in the British ^Columbia coast service al«o will be converted into coal burners. This Is due to a shortage of fuel olL Raising the \*0"T THE. MR UJ\TVA pt&ooT josr M»DE OF VEGETABLES mouuj Reporting on the operation of the wizardry of M. Leopold Leone, an VVelth-Pomerene act. permitting for mation of associations for export trade, the commission informs con gress that this act has served as "a decided factor" in promoting the progress of Amerlcau manufacturers In foreign markets. The commission says that during the year 43 associa tions, comprising approximately 732 concerns, whose offices and plants were distributed over 43 states, re ported to It as operating under the export art. lit-ed the discerning eye of a flower lover to tell at first glance that the specimens pictured here are not flowers. They are samples of the Italian ex-soldier and chef, whose converting of potatoes, turnips and other vegetables Into beautiful "flow ers" is at present the talk of London. The flowers pictured here are sam ples of M. Leone's finished work. WEAK, WEARY WOMEN. Leant the Cause of Daily Woes sad End Them. When the back aches and throbs. When housework is torture, When night brings no rest sleep. When urinary disorders set in, Women's lot is a weary one. Doan's Kidney Pills aro for weak, kidneys. Ask your neighbor. Have proved their worth in Madi son. This is om Madison woman's tss tlmony. Mrs. C. H. Vrezens, 705 Main St., says: "I have used Ooan Kidney Pills for several years and they are the best Kidney remedy I have ever tried. I had attacks of kidney trou ble and my back ached awfully. I had dizzy spells and spots seemed to float before my eyes. I was run down and didn't have any strength or energy and I was bothered with my kidneys acting irregularly. Doan's I found, were just what I needed and soon after I started us ing them, my back was strong and I felt better in every way. When ever by kidneys have been at all out of order, Doan's Kidney Pills have given me quick relief." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Vrezens had. Foster-Mil burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Tfai vwas ihe way to settle u? \KC. THE UNlVERS-A'tlCXB Mr. Farmer:— We realize the price of everytn^ng you have to sell is very low. We wish to co-operate and have decided to reduce our labor charges on all work done at this garage. Bring your Ford car here for repairing or overhauling. You are assured that nothing but genuine Ford parts will be put into your car. We have expensive time saving machinery. We know how to overhaul Fords properly. Our labor charges will be moderate. We invite comparison in prices on Tires, Tubes, Oils and all staple Ford accessories. PARKER AUTO CO.* Madison, South Dakota iiiiiiiMmiiimiiiiiiiiitiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiHiiiii!!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiMiiiin C. W. THUROW AUCTIONEER Cm be Un staged to Cry Farm Stuck Sules. Phone 3132 Madison. S. D. DR. H. P. WESTABY I DENTIST 1 Office Over Porter Drag Co. 5 Hoars: 9 to 12: 1 to 6 Phone 3332 s MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA 5 teREDOCING THE BEST FOR STOUT LIGHT BUT u TOUT dealer doew't c«rry Mrd moo and waist me (over clothing) and w* will a«nd you oo« for trial. Poatag* prepaid. NKMO HYCIENIC.FASSION rWTITirrE Ihit 23 Irriaf Plata New Tark Quickly Relieves Constipation Don't take purgatives for Con stipation— they act harshly Ihey overstrain the deticate membrane and leave the Bowels in a worse condition thao belort, 11 y o u a e CARTER'S troubled with Con sUpation. SI.U«e-id aclif, in digestion. SourStom- IITTLE IVER PILLS •«b. Dizziness, Biliousness, Nervousness, or loss ol Appe tlte-Don'f hesitate Get a bottle Of CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS- take one alter each meal and one at bedtime. A few days* treatment will put Stomach, Live* and Sowe/t In normal condition. 1F0I SaaD Date SnaH Price ovjr Sotr- fvtX v ux**orXO ©k-'JC. ohs. Bor MA ps yifv o«» Sparkling Gem East River Sterling Egg IIIIIIHHIIIIIII lllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllM I COAL ENG1 WTT-EDGC 5PRV OM FINE Sfcfc we (NfM-LN 1 V-lNPkUL^ IHltKNATIONAL CARTOON CO N llllllllllljllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 A E S I ATTENTION! I Bring your plow lays disks and cultivator shovels now to be sharpened and avoid the spring rush. As an extra inducement to have you come in early I will give credit if wanted to responsible parties until fall on tool sharpening up to March 1st only. L. A. PALMER The Blacksmith Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir THE TEST OF ALL Hayes-Lucas Lumber Co. Phone 2343 H. BLAGEN, Agent iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiltiliiitliiiliiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii Large and Small Briquets Kentucky Lump Splint Lump Coka E. W. KETCHAM & SON PHONE 2338 wv-wxT c*0 Nrt Bo Fine Kindling Sott Coal Oak and Maple Wood Scranton Hard Coal Sold evenwhore by fumifure dealers end department stores- ttu» »MT ENGLANDER SPRING BED CO. SwYork -Brooklyn- Chlca£» !she. Av ome!