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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 26, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather Cloudy Shower third edition sixteen Page modern women the bunk Quot asserts Adele St. John number 300 is of Man now dead d by actress come to her Rescue sadly needed re. Ll., sept. 26�?truly 3 former favorite of the age now a cashier in now recalls he for i. Verse 9 cast thy a the Waters thou Shalt e Many Days a when a Quot handed her a certified a cd s253 from a new York referred to remain in Lay miss Shattuck was a charge of shoplift. Broke hungry and stole a dress to try iring from some the re into the mysterious gift t York it came out that acc. When truly was iof her Fame she was Europe. On the ship brr Young men. One of Bai a letter of introduction Xiv All became Good parted at Landing. Made i Nan to youth of the Young men Seeley by j no Alf his funds. Truly was for a loan of $250. She sent a at once. It never was a he died shortly after his n this and there mention of it from miss one of his friends re i the incident however in he read of her plight cock for the amount. Mild have been repaid Many had Seeley lived a he exp we owe it to his memory truly Shattuck candidates in evening Republican Campaign to get final orders in an Effort to determine just j a who is who among those who i have sent in nominations in the evening republicans $20,000 gift distribution the management has found it expedient to request every entrant to report at Headquarters on saturday. There Are some who have not been heard from since their entries were received. Others took out receipt books and have not yet reported. As it stands this afternoon there Are not As Many Active candidates As there Are prizes. It is to ascertain just who is at work and who is not that the request to report is made. In the event that it is impracticable for any one to report in person then the report should be made by Telephone or by letter to publish names of nominees the names of those nominated will be published within a few Days. It is to the interest of All who in tend to be Active in the Campaign to have As High a vote standing As possible when the first scores Are printed. It would seem before names and scores Are printed that i there should be at least As Many i Active workers As there Are prizes. I not one of the huge array of cars i and Cash totalling More than $20,-000, should be allowed to go begging for want of an Active claimant. The evening Republican Campaign is being conducted on a decreasing vote schedule basis. Instead of increasing As the Campaign progresses votes steadily grow less. There Are four periods in the Campaign. The candidate receives less votes per subscription in the second period than in the first still less in the third period and the final period schedule is the least of All. Those who get Active now when the biggest schedule of the Campaign is effective and when subscriptions Are Here by the thousands simply waiting to be called for will profit greatest. Everybody wins Lack of Effort is the Only thing that can keep an Active candidate from winning. The least payment is the Liberal Cash commission of to per cent $1 in every $10 guaranteed every Active non prize Winner there Are Cash prizes and nine big Beautiful luxurious automobiles valued from $950 up to $2,535. It is evident that if candidates were Busy calling on subscribers and prospects there would be no need for the subscribers to come to the office to pay their subscription or to mail it. As it is unless the subscribers specifically ask that votes on subscriptions be credited to some particular candidate no candidate benefits. Those who intend to bring their subscription to the office for some one entered should ask for the Campaign de apartment and turn subscriptions i in for their favorite in order that the votes May be credited. Seven districts there Are seven districts and seven sets of prizes. There Are not As Many Active candidates As prizes. A truly extraordinary Opportunity for big Money and automobiles is presented today to ambitious men and women who have use for Cash and can appreciate a big automobile. Campaign Headquarters at the evening Republican office Are open daily until 8 of clock in the evening. If More convenient for a you to Call in the evening you May do so. Information regarding the Campaign awaits you without obligation if you will but make known i your interest. Phone 2618. 3 tempting to explain her in court. Miss Shattuck said a6 broke the rent was past i she had to have clothes Vas in find work. In her v she was too proud to a 0 her friends. Or needed new clothes n i know Why i did it a she 1 pc had no work for three. They told me my Vaude / would t go Over any More camped the streets looking for in be read the want ads. The chess looked so pretty and it Sis 50�?but i did no to have an must dress if she work. And i did need Adly. But. Of. The shame at a position for one who n hands with a King w miss Shattuck is out a nudes. The question is find something to enable eat her Way Back from Auto victim Dies info Hospital in Mitchell Frank 3 Foote age 38, of Vivian. Cd i Ca this morning at a local Hospital from injuries he suffered in an automobile Accident near Bridgewater last saturday after of e was Enro Ute to his Home visit at spirit Lake la., Ais car turned Over in the he suffered a fractured neck. Re car brought him to Quot a to ceased is survived by his d one child. The body is in to spirit Lake la., for Iowa hog cholera epidemic Breaks out Des Moines la., sept. 26�? a a the world outbreak of hog cholera in Iowa for two or three years is reported by Charles d. Reed Revere in int meteorologist. The Dis be. Hot it said a is becoming very m Many counties. In some nearly All of the How have by the associated press the Dakota showers probable t and Friday not much r in temperature. A Kay showers probable teared Friday cooler in East it a tonight. A mostly Cloudy tonight and a probable showers cooler toll in Day mostly Cloudy tonight i Friday probably showers in the and Central portions not much Lase in temperature Frost prob a in extreme North portion to so or a Dakota showers tonight a Day partly Cloudy not much Ange in temperature. Local temperatures a xxi mum and minimum tempered Quot. Recorded by the official a eminent thermometer from 7 a. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 64 minimum 53 vat 7 s. M. Today 54 ration 1.63 inches precis since january i 23.34 Inch a by capita Tom excess since i 5.53 Pierre reports rain of half Inch yesterday Pierre s. D., sept. 26�?op a intermittent Rains yesterday and the morning brought half an Inch precipitation Here. The weath Bureau reported .24 of an Inch \ to a. In. Today. Another quart of an Inch had fallen by 9 a. In. Convicted of murder Phoenix Ariz. Sept. 26 a Richard Nash Burrow 19 year old Chicago youth was convicted of first degree murder in his trial for the slaying of Jack Martin Mesa Arizona Salesman who had Given the youth an automobile a a lift last april. The jury imposed the death of England raises its rate London eng., sept. 26.�? up a the directors of the Bank of England today raised the Bank rate one per cent from the 5 1-2 percent level fixed in february 1929. By the associated press earn. 7 am Hilo of a ads Ankton 61 84 60 1.57 soft Huron 50 58 508 fair Watertown 48 55 46 .77 Good Aberdeen 44 56 44 .20 Good bookings 55 55 52 1.97 heavy Lapid City 43 50 43 .61 Good Andes Man is struck by Bolt May recon Lake Andes s. D., sept. 2 it special a Henry Housman Twenty son of or. And mrs. Continued on Page thirty a Sunflower took Root and matured in the trunk of a Cottonwood tree 35 feet above the ground at Pomeroy Ohio. %
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