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The Charles Mix new era. (Wagner, Charles Mix County, S.D.) 1???-1911, July 05, 1907, Image 1

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Prtfessionil Cards
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OHie* in nomi
Postofllce. Ollice Phone
12. Reeldenoe yfcoxts 31.
WMNEI, MOTH BAKITA
1.1. STILL, 1.®., njileiu ui tefM
Room* 1 and 2, First State
Bank building. Phone 28
WMNKI, MUTH BAKBTA
n.iesa,M8Mii *«.
ALPHA LODGE No.
MeetsSaturday even
ing on or before full
moon In each month.
Vincent
1
G, W. Bullock, Sec.
•P=g= .aiuu.Bam
t* O. T. M.
iSd Saturday after
THE
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new
n u
Calls promptly answered.
•tig*
A
WASNE« MUTR BAKBTA
Mil. J. MMfli, Udiwt Nltb
omct ova* the Postofttce
tUNII, MUTH lAKtTI
y,
N. K. I. MUMS,
Ottioa ot« First State
Bank. AU work guaran
e e
Mil,
13^:" tiUTM BAKBTA
11, uin, tunny «l Liw-Ct-Attowj
Offloa ona door north©!":
Wepking Building,
WA8NCI. MUTH BAKBTA
LHBSAT, AttKMf It bf
t.
Pre
Practice in all Courts. Ot
fica located at
ICS, MUTH BAKBTA
L.1.CAIU, Attn* at huh-Wm MHi
Real Estate and Collao
tlona. Otttoe E Main 8t
VAMIB, liUTI BAKITA
I noon at 8 o'clock and
'4 th Wednesday at 8
p. m., each month in
Visiting members
cordially invited.
I Red Dray Line
All ldnfl|i«t
DRAYINQ
and Heavy Hauling
At
Offtcaf la C. W.
PEASE
In.
Wm. Hinkley
\f„ *••,?
City
'.''w
Dray Line
•ttiunda el dsayiag eew
i0,ml
'Wi#. S. O.
Q, Sa ANDREW (and wwOA
.ISCPBRIENCED.
AUCTtONEBR ,/
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OM
msefc"
acntr. So. Dakota
-.v 'i
msm.
Iwliri 5sy Th*t ftal
4, u:
Harry S. New, chairman of
tha republican national commit
tee, says that the next candidate
for president must be of the
Roosevelt kind. He says: '"Hie
man who announces himself for
office most be a Roosevelt sup
porter." Hemust be all that
and In addition, he must be one
that has proved the sincerity of
his announcement by his past
conduct. No man with a leaning
towards any of tbereectkmaries
or In the enjoyment of their sup
port, may hope to qualify by
any eleventh hour declaration
that he means to do right The
candidate must be clear of any
leaning towards the trust or any
lukewarmnest towards
aggressive campaign that has
been waged for several year* by
the past administration. He
must be one that has been bold
enough to be on the popular side
In the controversy from the be
ginning, when there was W
assurance of success. Not by
support
at
roerel y because he stands on the
plattofm. The plttform win
certainly promise a revision of
the revenue laws, but that will
not be suOofeat. The people
have aoquired a habit of looking
beyond the above platforms,
and judging the good faith of
the parties by the men they
nominate. The party standard
bearer must be no recent con
vert to the doctrine of revision,
with errors to casfeas or
cmL
progressive, republican party,
which knows no seottona. no
ypeeiet Interests, no favorltoe,
but stands for the good of all
the people of the country and
againet private
oppression of every
that is the kind of a
will be nominated and elected.
—St Paul Dispatch.
i-
Walter ManakrUge and wife
returned Saturday from a two
months' visit at the old home hi
lata of Wight, legiaad. It is
some 21 yean since thsy Isfl
the old spot aa thsir home
to the isktWss. Mot many of
A them en sight
and Mr. Mansbnbge found dn
ondlttnns obtsfaesd with
with few aioeptfoaa.
When he dU run across aome
old friend he would wsUc up to
himandcal him by mum and
ysit waa a pfasnic to aee
try to place him. Twenty
years do net pass away
without Its leaving its mark on
the hunan family. Thsy spent
a month en the leknd
thotoaghly enjoying
suffering from sciatica, it
tiMMgtvt timl tha 4
would not tend to
to beef the utmoft
beMiel
A
•"^,dEw
,rk
k i
i IheChartes
BANK DEPOSITS
#a':"9
at
the administration
policy he must have already
shown his sincerity.
The next mndidete and the
next jareeident mast be a tariff
reformer, and ona from tfoavio
tkm. lie trimmer stawlpatlsr
of ^ll of ttw standpatters osn be
deposits of
com
He must personify tlM
£411
%£t. WAOHIS, CHABZilS MIX OOU*TT.iOCtH plKOTA. flttDAf, JULY
l»eaaiwell,sytat,afa#*tiiti
1 wuMfUom
plexioo. Tbey made the tlip on
theCL P. steamships and en
fcyed a ptaa«ak *orige both
ways, Mr. Mansbridge says
thatheoMldlMitliveintbe old
home, toalowiorhim and while
he enjoyed every moment spent
there He. was glad to return to
God's country. -ffii-,,-?
SOUTH
.DAKOTA
The condition of the National
banks of South Dakota
shown by the reports made May
20th, exhibited a very prosper
ous condition of affairs in the
state so fkr aa the banks reflect
that condition. The National
bank deposits were within Itt,
000
twenty million and a gain
of ever a third of a million since
March. 11M lust report of the
state banks waa made la April
ami furnished a better insight
into the prevalent financial oon
dttkw of the people than the
National banks, bocauao they
are more generally distributed
through the stats and are sere
representative of the Industrial
conditions. Tltsfr April etste
showed the aaMmat of de
over thirty-one milUon,
making a total of over fifty-one
million. Divided among five
hundred thonssnd people which
it Is estimated are now Mac in
tin? efts, itgiveete cad*
^lieagb he has
as a possessor of vny many
admiraMs trdts. Hs Is the
embodisMHM of selflshi
greed, aa iaimorat 'Ssnes," a
polygamiet of high degree, sad
wmsldsrahls ef a nuisanos on
pii^ni pdndelss. A member
of the tribe at Oolondo Springs,
however, wanted to hold up the
reoetere' reputation by shewing
that thoy can be both altruistic
and philanthropic. TMs par
feMTMStnf egfs, teok up
household duties for three
stack Mfu%s to the
of iasmhatkm. until thi
of the little ones reward
ed hie fatherly cere. Nine
the shells, and
taking up the hen's bur*
den, the rooster proceeded to
do all the family providing,
while his spouse attended to the
game. This story of a veveraal
af aaxnel maditions should
delightful reeding for the
and other
*e r^hta.—
n»*'!
—The Mil
la
badd a aldetraek midway be
and Tripp on
fey Meemra.
9.
a
Strohbahn of Wagner and J. J.
el Lsstervilla. On
Thuredey Meenrs. 8trohbehe
and Wagear in the oempeny of
J. G. Love, Division pssssngsr
sgentand B. Desrdslsy. Divi
aton 8apai intend ant with tile
eurveyor of the a M. A Sk P.
B. B. Clo. servered the proposed
Mr.
MSwankea
wlH bnAda aide-track Imscedl
ately, dM, «hsre wili be aa
M.
Bare to lent, laqaire of
rsitr
m-
umm CASK FUND
«t u. s.
la the MfTfsssery
VesMi aa Wall attest
Wi
-V'
H»e ta|k ei emawlnlqg the
cash lands of Uncle Sam stored
In the 1|m street^*ub treasury
by repr$pttati«e« of the United
States $^n8ury department has
tpleted. examina
the fact that' *267,835,
166.26 cash, which was reported
on hand at the cloee of business
•on May 11 balanced to a penny.
Of thia amount $10,900,000
in gold certificates wore exam
ined. -Stored away in bag* con
taining 95,000 each was found
|178,m000in gold coin. And
in bags containing $1,000 each
waa found $74,696,000 in aUver
ddlars. Fractional ailver oolne
to $i,aoe,ooa in
and pennies $179,000
oonntsd. That made a
total in values of $10$,010,000,
The balanoe of the vast amonnta
up in Idler's eaah of
legal tender
ther kinds of
During Am examination about
S^00 tras of silver doUare were
etalilned andeounted. In gold
cola »),000 were similarly gone
Xnd»der «S icd^pOsh *ls
wnfc Deputy Assistant Trsae
arer Bants, who atartod the
flrktl May 18, had with
«igU
trttf,
twenty fl# mei
|lew York.—Ex.
There is a la^fe gathering of
Indians near Greenwood, and
tbey are celebrating the Fbsrth
of July In great shape. Of
eoerse the Ftatrth tteelf waa
the big day, but the Indiana
have not etopped with just one
day—tbty are going to have a
of it—perhaps more.
The 8eoretof
BEAUTIFUL
COMPLEXION
now revealed
FREE
Whatbeanty la
than exquisite
elegant jewels? Aa opportunity
for every woman to obtain both
for a limited time only.
The dirsctkma and recipe for
obtaining a faultlsss oom pies ion
is ths aeoret long ganrded by
the aMstsr minds tf the Orien
tals and Greeks.
This we obtained after yeara
of work and at great expenee. It
le tlwp melhnil need by the fair*
ef
Bendrede of Aaitrkien
who now nae it haveexprsuad
thuftr delight and eeiiefaetiosL
a WWtlf let
It
ft
mrnrnm pm
^Usskfin
the aorth end aeuth sides of the "h®
The eoeth aide atrip of
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.General,
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in
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Tte G0MMERG1AL
STATE
(Incorporated)
-Doee a general banldngbusinaee.
time depoeite. Drafts and Bank Money ordsra eald jmt
usual terms ef exebanae.
WeoffaraUofthe advantagee which
with coneervativ
and If ytm care t» aw fonrifcm or any
eection of tlm country, we will be
Hat the same with ua, se we are fa a
a buyer.
We do Inanvaaae bneineee to all Ma
eluding HAIL laenraaoe te tke dd 8T PAUL
MARINB1NSUBANOS (XX, whMi le tfae
company
Your1
Solicited,
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you may want. Coma in and |$$ my goods
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