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A A S I •iW\ ,-• jA I lL4w^.. ^«,v^ ,: *v- ,,^ 1 |%,". ,. ,/ .. \, ,•*• lM,/' 23rd YEAR Interest Paid on Time Deposits 4 1 MOO Brule County* I nan REFERENCE. Any man we have bandied Rea! Estate (or House Furnishing Goods -t _« *, I- f*y -«t. AV STAND AND We have the finest line this side of Mitchell, right up to date in style Price very low. Lots of new goods Bowles' Furniture Store WM. IIINKICUS, PHES A. W. LIA XN KM AX. V. PKES Kimball State [INCOIU'OI:ATKD I Does a General Banking Business We can sell you a draft that is good in any part of the world. I We can give you every accomodation consist ent with sound and conservative banking Fred Griswold Cashier Buffalo, Chas Mix, Aurora and Real Estate. which will prova very attractive to Home Saekera or investors. Terms all that can be desired. If you have a town lot or farm to sell, call or write to me and if anyone can find you a buyer I can If you have a freind who has property to dispose of re fir him to ine. If you want to buy a piece of property no oneserve you qaiteso weal DELIVER a little cash to us for a pair of SHOES You may dig your grave with your teeth it you eat improp erly but if you wear our SHOES you will have a ten dency to prolong your life. We give satisfaction to all kinds of people. Be not over wise in your own estimation, but come and see what a feast of good footwear we have in store for you. Our large sales prove our popularity. I'lease keei) in mind that our large depart ment store is tilled to the brim with new goods, and you'll find the prices right. OCSSXTER COMPANY'S DEPARTMENT STORE •And ure Bank Collections a Specialty and Remitted on Day of Payment F. A. Reynolds. Kimball, S SH W 'zBm C. R. TINAN, Publbhtr. THE ONLY STRICTLY MORAL NEW8PAPER IN SOUTH DAKOTA C" 160 ACRES NOT ENOUGH Movement to Enlarge Homesteads West of the Mlssour' to 640 Acres Pierre's main argument for retain ing the capital has been in that time the western half of the state would contain as great a population as the eastern part. This has been denied by Mitchell and all favoring removing the capital because it is an acknowl edged fact by everyone except Pierre speculators that natural conditions forbid any considerable degree of ag ricultural operations between Pierre and the Black Hills. As a distinc tively grazing section, small stock ranches will be the rule instead of th" IfiO-acre farms characteristic of th greater part of the eastern half of th state. The subjoined special to the Min neapolis Journal recognizes this long accepted fact and sustains the Mit chell end of the principal Issue of the campaign: Sioux Fall, S. TX Sept 1!)—Influen tial residents of South Dakota are ar ranging^ have a bill introduced at the approaching session of congress with the object of having the home stead laws amended so that those who make entry of public lands in the part of South Dakota known as the ceded Sioux lands, embracing many millions of acres and extending from the Mis souri river to the 1T ~r% *~*y That Doesn't Make It So The editor of tlie Mail'would be the last person to knock any part of South Dakota, and in years past has done as much to advertise South Dakota as anyone of our means, but we are not now and never was of the opinion that a falsehood, no matter how well told, is as good as the truth. .Should a glib tongued auctioneer lead into the ring a jackass and tell the crowd that, it was a thoroughbred Hamhletonian gtlding, could go in 2:04}, and he would guarantee it, that wouldn't make it so. When Pierre tells vou through a subsidized press, that the country at Pierre is just, as good for fruit and grain as Die eastern part or the state, that don't make it so and every falsehood told by Pierre will come home to plague her some day.— Wakonda Mail. Ulackr 11 Hills, can enter 640 acres instead of 1(50, as at present: It is figured that if settlers are per mitted to enter on such tracts they will have sufficient, land to enable them to engage in cattle raising on a moderate scale, and that with small bunches of cattle and such crops as they could raise each season, they would be assured of a good living an enabled to reside permanently on their homesteads. Farming has met with failure there it is asserted. The soil is excellent, but the rainfall, except in limited areas, lias not been sufficient to ma ture crops season by season. The proposed measure is identical with one introduced in the last ses sion of congress by Representative Kinkaid of Nebraska and which be came a law, though it applies onlv to certain large tracts in western Ne braska, which have been settled and unsettled seveial times. Republican Candidates Chamberlain Register: We under stand that all the lirst termers. Sena tor W. L. Montgomery, Representa tive II. C. Mussman, State's Attorney John A. Stroube and Sheriff L. It. Irish, are candidates for renomination In addition to the first termors, the following named gentlemen are said to be candidates for the respective offices mentioned in connection with their names: William Walker of West Point township, for treasurer: O. A. Crown, of America, Frank Bice of Grandview, Earl Rogers and L. C. Rush of Chambejlain all for sherilT: A. B. Chubbuck for state attorney Prof. George A." Fry for county superintendent L. C. Bode, commissioner second district Tschudy,commissioner fourth district. .. Weil Hear From California Next Hot Springs, S. I). Sept. 25, 190-f. C. R. Tinan, Kimball, S. J). Two consignments of Black Hills fruit have recently (.'one from this section, sent bv Pierre rooters, and It is the general understanding that the fruit was for the Hughes county ex hibit at Mitchell. "*%T 4* TtA ""J KIMBALL, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1904 NO. 1,172 ,, I Know Your Own State! Vermillion Republican: And you can get the information in condensed but correct form by perusing a book let recently pubished by the Mitchell capital committee for general distrib utation. We believe if a copy of this publication, bearing the title at the haad of this paragraph, were placed in the hands of every thoughtful voter of the State and its contents care fully read by him, the majority in favor of the removal of the capital from Pierre to Mitchell, would reach nearer 30,000 than the .20,000 we con fidentially expect will be recorded next "November. The pamphlet is till ed with facts and figures that cannot help but convince all conservative and fair-minded cilizxiis that Mit chell's claims for capital honors are founded on bedrock reasons, not one of which can be successfully refuted by the most able and ardent advo cate of Pierre's collapsing cause. Speaking of these valuable maps, the Sioux Falls Journal remarks: These maps are reproductions cf an official atlas recently issued, hence arc absolutely correct. The pham phlet is of inestimable value to every body, whether interested in capital removal or not. While issued by Mit chell, and copies of which can be ob tained by writing to Mitchell, yet Pierre supporters should have a copy in their possession as the plates will prove everything they can honestly lay claim to. The maps are of suffic ient value so they should be in every school-room in the State, as pupils can learn more from them in a half dozen inspections than a whole term of school could enlighten them in the old way. inasmuch, as these pam phlets are free, school boards will be wise if they secure copies before the supply is exhausted. Grand Display Mrs. Lee Montg(jmery of Chamberlain, S. D., will be at F, Philips Store Friday and Saturday October 7 and 8, With all the new things in the millinery line. The ladies of Kimball, S. D. and vicinity are especially invit ed to call and examine her line of Fall and Winter Hats ^on't Forget the Oate^ a a Bears th: Kind You Have Always BougtA Signatro V, A ?u Kimball, I Krout Jr' J. H. WOLF CO "The Corner Store J. H. Wolf Co. "The Corner Store" Kimball, S. Dak. $1.50 Per Year in Advance XJ V,' V. ... if,, \y 1 1 Begin NOW and save your PAID SLIPS which you get at our store with^ every cash purchase and when you/ have them to the amount of $35.00 /. -n worth you are entitled to your choice of any one ot' the beautiful^* Oriental Rugs to be seen at our store. Anyone of them a good value at We offer you this simply as a W One Knife, Two Knives, Three Knives, and Four Knives, with Sliding Boxes FOR SALE GEO W. JAMES Buy Nothing But SPECIAL BREW One of the beers that Made £ioux Falls famous Sod by MATT ACHEN ajSfea..ftriSfe^a£. sanncB^Beem. 3Kgw VPvVJ^.. »0» & $ t®i S. Dak. iV* '-"'Xi' *•1* *4? $5.00 Further Free Inducement to you to buy your goods where prices are always right and where you can get what you want when you want it. -•U'U'XS r\ 4.1 -il' "'I/1 1 -,v* »V 'C4r 'f ''••k-ii a. 1 $5 I •Vl-1 .-•v.. 1! "r!% a n.3 ft. A vy Vfy, -V it*. 3$, «•.