four to six
Cot your hoars
in the field
you can with
Plankinton—Arrested dn a charge
intoxication, Fay Webster broke
Ktray from the officer who had him
la charge, got his car and motored
bome. He was taken into custody
on every acre
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iSitered «t Msdlson Postoffice as Sec
ond Class Matter.
TKRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION
9 mall, 1 year $1.00
M)! mail, 6 months 1.10'
•y carrier, per wwk .10
J. F. STAHL., Proprietor.
H. A. ST Ail u Business Manager
.•eiiiiiiiiii in a---—•—
Elk Point -Dr. J. W. Ellis,
prominent physician and long tittle
resident of this city, died here Wed
nesday. Dr. Ellis had been a resi
lient of this city since about 1875.
Walertown—Within 100 as many,
automobile licenses have been issued
to us were issued during the
season of 1921 in the county!
THE UNIVERSAL TKACTOR
It takes something besides
engineering to furnish a
tractor like the Fordson
to sell at this astonish*
ingly low price.
That something is owner
con tide nee built on permanent satisfac
tion. There are 170,000 Fordson tractors
,•)' i in use— wherever Power Farming is being
done Fordson is showing superior service.
Aberdeen—- Sam Urenton, a garage! than the Hndlng of a needle hidden in
proprietor of Roscoe, was placed un-'' Jeru*tl»»n«.
4er arrest by federal and state pro
hibition enforcement officers on a
ebarge of having liquor in his pos-
•fssiou. Officers found two gallons
«t "moonshine" la his place of bufei
Aberdeen One hundred and sev
«#ty-one eighth grade students of
Brown county will graduate and re
ceive their diplomas at a county ex
ercise to be held at Tacoma park on
July 28. This is the largest eighth
grade graduating class in the history
again the next day and fined 920 and
Msts which amounted to $34.
Watertown- -The school census
has been completed and shows that
Watertown has 2,687 children of
Mhool age. Of this number 1,402
are girls and 1,285 are boys. This
if a substantial increase over
Mnsus taken a year ago.
Huron—At the annual meetlag of
the South Dakota Duroc Breeders as-
aociation held here, it was decided to
Offer $400 in prizes for boys' pig
club work. The. competing pigs will
be displayed at the state fair ia
fluron in September, and the prise*
will be distributed at that time.
Andover—Andover has taken the
first steps in recovery from the dis
astrous fire which swept one city
Mock last fall, causing a loss esti
mated at close to $75,000. With the
prospects for an excellent crop, bus
iaess men whose places of business
were wiped out are planning new
baildinga. .Excavating ha* already
started for a new building for the
Andover State bank and a new store
fo?Lkv H&uorthy Merca»Ule Gttn
tt was shown when a
COiinty car owner bought a license,' Jerusalem, according to newspapers
bringing the number to 3,100. published there. If was nothing Ichs
NEEDLE TRACED IN
BY MYSTERIOUS DOCTOR
Arttoto Hidden by Committee in
Jerusalem Found by
«-flhd a ueedle In a diHystisAis
popularly supposed to be a feat so dif
ficult that the odds against its suc
cessful aocnmplistiuient would be
souii'tliing like a million to one. Yet
a feat that to the ordinary i*m would
appear, if anything, still more difficult,
has recently been accomplished in
This was done by Doctor Hanoasen,
who claims to be widowed with a
mysterious "psychic" faculty, by
means of which he caa read thoughts
afid tintl out things that cannot be dis
covered by means ftf mt»re sight or
hearing. The finding of the needle
was accepted as the proof of hts claim
and he whs awarded 100. He found
the noodle within twenty-live minutes,
excluding the time taken to reach the
place of concealment.
A committee was appointed to su
pervise the test. Doctor Hanossea
was secured in a house, then the com
mittee set forth In motor cars, oae of
them currying the needle.
Several streets wire traversed, ciye
and drivers were Ftranged, and. by a
flrcuitoiiH route, the lunatic asylum
There, behind a portrait
^jr Herbert Samuel, the needle
was hidden, 'llien the committee re
turned to the house in which Doctor
liunosscn had been left and released
In a motor car he started to find
the! the needle. After |»nwring through
many streets, Doctor Hanossen left
the auto and proceeded on foot to the
asylum. Arrived there, with hardly
u moment's hesitation, he made for
the portrait and found the needle.
taw Pair of Bald Eaglt*^
pair of large bald eagles ha*^ tfrn
•won for several days about East Brad
ford township, near West Cheater, Pa.,
where they are taking many chickens
and ducks on the farms. Dr. H. B.
Warren, an authority on such matters,
says the eagles take poultry In all sec
tions at the nesting seasons and it is
supposed the pair are nesting. Doctor
Warren believes they are the same
pair which committed similar depreda
turn* a year aft.
am'i in) w wiywin'r I "T1 II"I
Vlious Animal Roams Woods Seeking"
Whom He May Devour.
A vicious squirrel is roamlug tbd
woods near Anders^p, S. C„ seeking
whom he may devour.
The word of Frank Stone, motor
man for the street car company here,
was given for the truth of the state*
Stone, going happily along to hi9
work, taking no more than the usual
precaution against attack by squirrels,
was set upon by the animal, whleli
fastened its teeth in Stone's right eaf
and enjoyed a nice breakfast. Stone
sought to brush the squirrel away with
his hand, whereupon the animal coun
tered with a raid on bis Angers, chew.
Ing several of them.
Stone dashed to police headquarters
and reported his experience, but the
police don't know what to do about it
except to go hunting. They suspect
the squirrel has ruble*.
Broke Into Federal Pen,
Now He Can't Get Out
David Wolnutn wanted some
place to spend the winter where
board and lodging would be
free. In Chicago lie posed as a
deserter from the navy and was
sentenced to two years in the
federal penitentiary. When
spring came he revealed his true
Identity, expecting to be re
leased. But the government
wants pay for his board and
Wolman explained in a letter
to the Navy department that he
was not Michael MeCnrty, a
real deserter, whom he claimed
to ben An Investigation dis
closed the hoax. Now Wolman
Is being held for fraudulently
breaking into the penitentiary.
The government Is seeking a
friend of Wolman who received
a reward of $50 from the gov
ernment for surrendering Wol
man as a deserter.
I ff fr rr »i
HE HEARS "SOB STORIES"
Lucie 6am si ofllrtnl listener to "sob"
stories is James A. Finch, pardon at
torney for the Department of Justice.
Mr. Finch must be the most patient of
men who know much of thfe world's
sorrow, for day after day mothers
pour their appeals into his ears—pleas
for leniency for men imprisoned for
crime. Then there are sometimes chil
dren who plead for their fathers. The
attorney general depends on Finch's
personal Investigation of appeals
which nmuber thous&nds yearly.
Pig With Five Ears.
Marysvllle. Mo.—Delhert V**f, a
farmer living four miles northwest of
here, has a pig with five ears. Four
of the ears are on tine aide of the heucj,
and throe of them„*re large aatf well
VOTICE or HSABXNO PBTITIOIT 701
APPOINTMENT OP AGENT POR
ESTATE OP TKITIAX TALV1.
State i if South I!)kota. (^ounty of
Lake. ss. In (.%)iinty t'ourt. In tl»e mat
ter of the estate of Alary J. Clark, de
ceased. Notice of hearing petition for
appointment of agent for estate of
trivial value. 8tate of South Dakota
sends greetings to Albert W. Cla/k,
Hugh B. Clark and Kinily Biederstaedt,
heirs at law and next of kin of Mary
J. Clark, deceased, and to all to whom
these presents may come. Notice is
hereby given that Albert W. Clark has
filed with the judge of thfa court a peti
tion praying that regular administra
tion of the estate of Mary J. Clark, de
ceased, be dispensed with and that an
agent be appointed for the purpose of
distributing the estate of said deceases
as provided by Chapter 192 of the Ses
sion Laws of 1919. Wherefore, notice
is hereby given that Monday, the 17th
day of July, 1922, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
that day, being a day of a regular term
of this eourt, to-wit: the July term,
1922, at the office of the county judge
in the city of Madison, county of I^ake,
state of South Dakota, has been set for
hearing snid petition, when and where
any person interested may appear and
show cause why the said petition should
not be granted.
Dated at M»4ison. South Dakota, on
this 6th day of July, 1922.
By the court:
IRA F. BLEWtTT,
Attest: County Judge.
F. L.. Burnett,
Clerk of Courts.
Attorney (or Petitioner*
NOTXCB or XIABXVO
Dated at Madison, S. D., this 12th day 1
of July, A. D. 1922. i
IRA P. BLEW1TT,
Attest: County Judge.
Clerk of Courts.
Attorney for Estate.
kotxcb or nuanrft mrrxox ro»
unai or anmmmTiox. i
State of Seuth Dakota, County of
Lake, ss. In County Court. In the mat
ter of the estate of K. Thrall, do-'
ceased. The state of South Dakota I
sends greeting to Addie S. Thrall, Ear-
Powder for only 5 cents 1
littim or ADxnmrnuTios.
State of South Dakota, County of
Lake, s». In County Court. In the mat
ter of the estate of John M. Duff, de
ceased The state of South Dakota
sends greeting to Celestia L. Duff, Or
land Carlton, Mary Colley, Helen Dolan
and the unknown children and heirs at"
law of Joe Carlton, heirs at law and next
of kin of John M. Duff, deceased, ancf'
to all to whom these presents may come,)
Notice is hereby given that Celestia 1^,
Duff has filed with the Judge of this
court, a petition praying for letters of'
administration of the estate of John M.
Duff, deceased, and that Tuesday, th«
25th day of July, 1922, at 10 oclock a.
m. ot said day, being a day of a regu-:
lar term of this court, to-wit: of the
July term, 1922, at the office of the
county judge in the city of Madison,
county of Lake, has been set for hear
ing said petitioon, when and where any'
person interested may appear and show,
cauae why the said petition should not
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2 to 5,7 to 8 P. M.
Sundays 12 to 2 P.M.
Or. MATHI1JM HOUK
nest H. Thrall, Ray M. Thrall and
Maude E. Riter, heirs at law and next
of kin of M. K. Thrall, deceased, and to
all to whom these presents may corned
Notice is hereby given that Addie S|
Thrall has filed with the judge of th»
court a petition praying for letters
administration of the estate of M. K.
Thrall, deceased, be issued to Earnest H.
Thrall, and that Monday, the 24th day
of July, 1922, at 10 oclock a. m. of said
day, being a day of a regular term of
this court, to-wit: of the July term,
1922, at the office of the county judge,
Dated at Madison, 8. D., this 11th day i
of July, A. D. 1M2.
XBA F. BLEWITT,
Attest: County Judge.
F. L. Burnett, I
Clerk of Court*,
Attorney for Estate.
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J. W. Peck, Corapolis, Penn., writes:
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tors. Three wsMta ago began taking
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DR. A. H. NOLAN
Office Over Golden Rule Store
in the city of Madison, county of Lake,
has been set for hearing said petition,
when and where any person interested
may appear and show cause why the
said petition should not be granted.
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B. W. SYLVESTER, Manager
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