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Mitchell Republican Newspaper Archive: December 12, 1920 - Page 1

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   Republican, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1920, Mitchell, South Dakota                                section SOUTH DECEMBER 1920 HARDING FACES JOB REWARDING FAITHFUL ONES ILLINOIS IS THORN IN PLUM F4CK INC AND OHIO MUST 8E HERES FIRST PHOTO OF OBREGONS INAUGURATION Presi liiiitoled teniocoming was fiinridcnt with beginningof trouble 11 returned from liis vacation jusl in 1rin 1 spend a busy winter ipuniier mg nver Uie his jiolil Cabinet jobs are net 13ic jiros Tiiere are scores and liiimlrcds suhl thousands of other wliidi the faithful naturally will t to fall to Iheir Who are Uie faJUiful They are of rvrrjiliase of sicmiradicialism and of lt uf other It was tlic old line Kind of Republicaniain whidi desired cmimassed lUie nominatJon oT AViirreii It was every Kntiwn Icind lof Hepublicaiiisiu plus kinds of other tilings which his Arc Uiey all 1 jrel Uie reward of recognition and uf those Uiinss wliidi so rcc Faces Many Troubles Some of Hhc jncn vvtblj have bein rlow In Senator ever edtki Hiday of liis nomination know lhat hiis nvt entirely happy over Uie jiarty in a many slates of this Illinois is iljit a thorn in Hie flesh il is several thorns therein McXinley and even and to say notfiingof some are looking Washing and and woa dcning what is to le what and iVho is fri bo The Illinois so far as i lUinfmffs friends frcm ulhcr midrrsUmd the are jusl ofriill us far afiari as owr Uioy and while Ihe matter perhaps is brt understood in and 1li lirand Jrairie Mian il is In Marion uul there seems to be no ftuubt here one of the hardest which Harding must face is jub lot pailrona out va Illinois vviUi one hand while lie prevents throatcuttings with Other Loom is only a patdi on the laud of presents Hs so does anc wen the Mime stele Olilov iias its thick and thorny Uiicljgts diincuUy In lOhitf unafraSJ ones to WOLF BESTED IN FIGHT WITH DOG VEST OF DEATW AWAITS HIM IN CHINA SO QUAN SUE WOULD RATHER SPEND LIFE IN PEN DOBBIN NOT YET WITH POULTRY MlOCft TMOUOHT HE HAD MARK BUT BULL OPEN CO ATTACK ChlnesT No longer does he burn gold Uke a vcst it tinted tinsel to the idols of his attached at the back there is aj n n nr 11 whiir m on lits firm miles tllf spirlts of llis incestors lie cornt eld on Ins lam a few nor silver tinted tinsel to serew set and The vest is TUe renaisj f spirlts of llis incestors first dipped deadly poison before sauce of thehorse i WouM The smolfe hat emews on the mtendetl you believe Ihe uis e11 at the Fort Madison The executioner then turns the screw once threatened him with is from the Mellcaa llie steel netting with its coat are to Itoteurt of bridge pat t of Archie Neal i big timber wolf in a patch of i I J la ILUIII nn until tllU IICHUI6 v A i Mnr Mr mans pills which he rolls with char of outs into the The ties and for the lionizing ol Eoi At about the same time Mr and toomed chinaman is then thrown Msh womenfolk constant compM on J in great into the Canton devoting their enthusiasm to p ucky spied enemj of r Q Qimn Sne s a decided to serve the learning the feat or keeping his masters poultry 1 T September of 1917 rest Of tiis natural life rt the Fort on know there are Bulls encouraged by his sentenced to life imprison Ue has torn 500O equwtrUnJ ami to sZrie to the but 1menl b tlle Distriut at NC otithe many the city was a surprise to me t nr wit Ohicaj MEXIQO Obregon took the oath of odea U president ofthe held up his left hM no right In photograph Obregoa Is seen standing UMng the oath with extended otter figure standing k ttet Of Adolfo Huefui retlrlne presidenu The to to tbe Chamber of etiueKtriuns ity are to ly masculine member of the fcftlriiWcK wl realize riding motor who apparently awaited his uiu been bSt about tlrougi siSlte an hun would soon put him to night as liau He js chinaman on of vf have been turned over by hls port Madison penitentiary probably been done in previous com bats with less courageous creatures of the fields and woodlands of that Was ila fight to the finish They say if least to the finish of the Round and round they went until llie bulldog leg got lavorite hind The wild animal cut Ihe thick hide at every How the battle might have ended is a for the fact lhat Neal appeared with a club and by a well directed blow put the wolf out of the It was a bigwolt probably two or three years Neal will receive S10 bounty from Clarke coun ty and the hide is probably worth another But for the everlasting to people to the courts of a iderable contst to the is secertary oC the Bforse A r jn sociattoa of rat the1 first The evidence tended to show that Quan Sue had killed Sing Lee for the purpose of 1 Find Smiling Devil cold body of Lee was found JAIL Ihe morning of un der circumstances to indi cate There was a revolver smiling bliio devil as it is call PICKS FIVE L0CKS AND GAINS riding They have writong bridle path prescriptions ttojg tired business J know several rnalKiOTnaire1 chants ia Chicago their niornhvg jaunt throujjli Lincoln od by the a bag ot gold and a gold watch on the outer i wizard at manipulating ers of the little cot in which Lee escaped from Windhant coun in the rear of his laundrjI ty at tak It was wilh Ihe of Chinese brought According attend the blue devil inS wilh him another At1 aid of a special committee vin Bradley named by the Chinese The two men cut a hole in the old Dobbin the motorl Chamber of Commerce and the ing of a through whicn it b t f Chung Wah association of San Fran they climbed to the and then i vrak anoiner HUI me cisco which proved Sues slid to the ground ou a they the of grit of the bulldog this wolf might was arrested at Butte had made of their farity IteL toMB SemoLtratedi still be at liberty with the pack of d rfd f flwt degreel Afc were locked to OTKer he might well be the Th ju hlm guilty wparate and bctwejn their cell warle and ta I Vinxf DEATH HIS PENALTY FOR SINGING WHILE ROOMMATE SLEPT supecf of eltiesi of second degree He appealand Uie washroom whence towns and ancUwnber im ed the verdict to the State Supreme made their escape were three steel tore court on Ihe grounds that he each of them After of these animate hftve cither guilty of first degree murder unlocking his own cell door ami thatway power aeoortBns or not guilty of any A few ot Mason locked them a re the same procedure wuh have bueni days ago the Supreme court handed following down a decision affirming the Dis each of the steel doors he eneounniised Just Their dissenting WHILE TOWN the cainipuign just 1o do fortheOJvioans tor iHpgressive type of James jjioMtioal iwajiaeejv Mr was for at large by the clilef candidate on the Wooii ticket at Jhioans prom inent in Uie panty for tspouset the cause of in and fought Hardiiig li It is liuiituii to reinenrbcr if Jt is Jnhxrmaji to taike Harding Js said to have a soft heart tovvard jioliticaJ wlm iNime thfougli and were The is If Uie same thing is true of OauBlierlyi lie is the Voice in Ohio at the present and is no seeming Uiat dumbness is Ho overtake ThePC a giea1 many uf Uie 1iinp ginogressivos who in IS 12 were worse than anallieiiw to and vvhoin Handing was worse than an athema then and for a long time after of these ity office of the Roosevelt supported Washmston what ing m nhmd y come througii for thiij tennis caiiw throusli uitl cabinetalso for success harder than TheptforeJloosevelt 3ie in Alaska wlien niinl ing icilATUTDCn IN ADM B Sec Robins as Radical jfllUItlUUU IN HItLt majority of Hanlintrs AilC CAAT nCCD party ones MAM1 UNt 111111 UUT and look on inn of tho Rofjms type aa aud ihtfni would like lo spell syllable of Uie vxird with an iis kial desorvp nwinitvm of strait was ny vgas in Will ithey set il There of a tank at been that HanUng iiught He fell facedown put Itayuwnd his cabinet wnrdrln the and mash n the as of and Uiere have bbttou Ihe tank and beun oilier rumors that Harding i has a capacity of about will have of but will sej but the proUct had leiol man rf tlie aypeof Frederick off unlil oil professor at Hamilton j the above Ihe apple uiosh was senator of ihe staltof New onlyahouf a Bull oaJHlidatcfor fi ernor of Uie Einiplre sltdo in fllCO TUE IVAUT ARC of labor and writer rare 1 niud llllj IfAHl A1IJ 11 Robins and employed Itemz years inmate of thu siii State was killed in his a bei whose home was n m Uoublc of the ma I was found by the Wllh these He died soon apossibmijthat some time in the They are advertising it A man who occupied tlie same room V of the slim What was questioned is saiU to have tne state Moonshine a Nero who tlikllett during theburning having attacked be Sue tne slatct i3 what Paul D Cranard by the Black anit Lore sang a number of times m boaru unUerstood M toagJ pervising prohibition agent the inaner seeks Being an northwest he picked According tothe story told ia the when persisted struck male told police Warning Conveyed by To flream you are held up by a footpad sienines tliat unless you use extreme your enemies will overthrow dream you are one warns toproceed cautiously in a the main street airs the towns quarters at Louis byB Garread rett clerk of thcf Supreme Sue will be deporled should he ever be granted a Zempple was airested charged witli Sue is a In the city of manufacturing A 15gallon still in the southern province of and 26 gallons of moonshine whis the cruelties of cenlnries ky were The sign will ago are still slayingbe introduced in evidence when his friend and Sue wouldcase comes to Keller UW It pays to patronize the ens Resolve To Save Such a resolution shpuld head your The year 1921 is dose upon It should be the most lution you should make this j If carry it through help you in your other Once saving a habit with a Rood habit that you will say to yourself Didnt I do this long ago A AUTO TOTHE MOST POPULAR WJY ARON BROTHERS A DOLL AND BUGGY TO THE MOST POPULAR GIRL Can you imagine the joy of some lucky boy and up Christmas morning and finding Inis great big Auto and Doll and Buggy waiting for them at doubt it will be the most joyous surprise any youngster could Why not try and let your boy or girl be the lucky one Do your Christmas shopping all your friends and them to save their for other words the people who get busy during the next two weeks will no doubt be one of the lucky These Boys and Girls are in the Contest The race is the names listed below have an even chance to the next weekswill tell the Next Sunday the amount of boy and girl has will be published in this let us show you x WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON Irene 1100 3rd 3 2nd DOS Rowley H X Main Wehrose Hotel 813 3rd 513 Ath 313 1st 420 3rd Chnstenseiu 5 f SDajison Louie 6th 5th Pearl 212 N 5 La 00 2nd 601 2nd 503 Ave 4th Main SU Main 613 3rd 4M 322 Duff 913 Main Perry 306 6th 423 Dorcas 500 10th Xorma 513 S C1T 5lh 316 2nd 2 Nettie 901 6th 6th 323 10th 1100 Gamble 6th 6th D 1022 2nd Kretschmerr 7th 420 6th 122 10th 700 Sanboru Helen 110 9th Mary ItO Oth ItO Oth ttOt OLangdon l 2ml 727 St Hobn Xearhood 501 Duff Melbar Donald 10SS 4W v Leev FX Vennaj AVC Dorothy 22C I01S 4th Powellf ML 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