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Pet r'*t IcJc, liabl uruishinj complete. is Whi n*r in stock ol made. AU thi in Lin' for 5c. Four-in' be Iks—oOi THE, HERALD-ADVANCE In* auIKujwJ MILBANK, 8. D. Stli ag i C( Pard and 8 of VFo^« e and H" KEEI wsl tiey ar coat: is ips an Dr Satin coch' Pun 3rnid vaist i jro' ]Spc bbnii )l'el appe: o giv undei nd s es. esl iai t. VC !in« fil Editor ana Publ fFKIDAY, DEC. 1, i*» •LiUL One Thing and Another. tfessor Bruner of Nebraska Is 1 by au exchange as warnlfcff jfi) farmers apainst an invasion of shoppers. Professor Bruner is an |nt advocate of the protection of birds, and lie savs that when irio chickens and grouse were nu [, ,us no harm was ever reported "native grasshoppers." The best ,d for fighting grasshoppers is ^bably still to be found in the shal lron pan on runners, containing rosene and familiarly known as the i*r dozer." Missouri horse buyer is credits the statement that he now pays per head (and has difficulty in get- the animals at that price) for a a8 of horses that two or three years be could buy abundantly for $."0. Rutabages require about four weeks bager than common turnips to mature. common turnip Purple Top, jtrap Leaf. Early Flat, White Globe, 1^ can be sown broadcast from July |jjt0 last of August, says Ohio Farmer. govr after a rain. Turnips do best on Ifdl settled land so you should use cultivator and corn harrow to pre pr« your seed bed. A pouud of seed |p*§cre Is plenty. p« some time tjie department of Urieulture has been seek lug to breed !fc California the little Insect which in tooth Europe fertilizes the Smyrna tig. flili has now been achieved, and «on- Hgoently California may In the year (Store grow for market figs of th? best tommerclal qualKy. Borne of the factories In the west tan had trouble in convincing farm en of the value of sugar beet pulp a* food tor cows, but not so iu New York state. tans' Supply HOUSE, Milbank, S. D. We will sell you all goods quoted inanrand all catalogues at catalogue prices: some times adding freight but more frequently not. We do not. keep on hand all goods quoted in all catalogues, but what we hare not on hand we will order for ton at catalogue prices. Consult your catalogues and come ind select your goods. We are here to make good the cualitv and price of all goods order ed. You can examine them before ac cepting: them. Cash niu-t li! orders. ihi 3flK-C esl a.-.-miiuany Pocket Knives- All styles at the very lowest prices: a Good A big line of horse blankt at Catalogue prices—to si et is to buy them. Whole prices go on these goods. Knife for 2'* cents. I. X. L. knives from 3 V. to ~3c. warranted.—Hawes Supply House. Uazors All kind.-,. We gaurantee every razor sold and will refund the money for any razor not up to warranty at any time within 30 days: we sell none but good ones. e sell Razor Strops, Soaps. Brushes. etc. Traps! Traps!—Mouse traps, Rat traps, Mink traps, Wolf traps, Ele phant traps.—Hawes Supply House. First class leather Riveter for riveting leather with tubular rivets only 30 cents each. No farmer can afford to get along without them. Tublar Rivets always on hand 7c. per box. E -a Bom Harness UU V and TEAM HARNESS A k i n s A i e s Will Save you from $." to $10 per set. We guarantee all goods in this class to be satisfactory, catalogue prices laid down in Milbank and quality guaranteed as repre sented. f'/n- ft Horse col lars. All kinds. Thong sew ed. Cloth face. Cata logue prices. Watches and movements all kinds, at cata logue prices, laid down all guaranteed to keep perfect time and to be just as represented: ex cepting the $1.00 watches and cheapest grades. Gold tilled cases guaranteed 20 years. Move ments guaranted to keep perfect time for fifteen years.- Hawes Supply House. In ladies hos© w© carry a lull line, all wool goods, and cotton Supply House. TO THE HERALD-ADVANCE A _S/ Glassware of all kinds, from the finest gold trimmed Semi Porcelain to the cheapest glass sets. Prices sur prisingly low. Talking Machines, Phonographs, Grapbophonos. All at Catalogue prices laid down. Records for any machines furnished. Hawes' Supply House. IVORY Combs of all descriptions at Hawes* Supply House. Clocks! Clocks! all kinds of clocks at catalogue prices all guaranteed to keep perfect time except the small cheap clocks. ,, .. ,ii soles top lifts and shoe nails.—Hawes Overalls—for men and boys with or without bibs, heavy or light, long or short. —Hawes Supply House. Husking Pegs 'and mits 5 different kinds.—Hawes Supply Hous. Boot and Shoe, Harness and Tin ware repair outfits at catalogue prices $1.15 for a first class outfit like the cut. We also keep full stock half goods, at prices that continually surpriseourcustomers. large line of these goods just arriving—call and see them. We carry a large line of a i e s a n gents under w e a a n 1 prices lo wer a n a n y merchants pay ft. y I 1 if ,tn' tuc \f' fif tf"°ds at whoh .j n s M,le. Accordeons—from 75c. to $18. We represent the firn -1 toned instruments to be met with on this continent. In Mens' Half Hose, Socks i and Wool boots, we are bang down on catalogue price whether we make a cent or tot In over shirts we have a job lot at less than wholesale price. They ar* be low even catalogue prices in this line as long as they last. W« hat© a «S 5 «8 We represent the largest line of haby carriages in Chicago. Anything quoted in any catalogue will bu de livered here at catalogue prices plus freight. I Lace Curtains—Examine your catalogue and come and order your lace curtains. We guarantee all we order for you, to be as re presented In stoves and steel ranges we offer you bargains, saving you from $• to tlO. An elegant six hole No. 9 Range wit i r- *ervoir and high closet—complete for $33. Other Ranges without high closet as low as $24.50, all gauranteed, they are good heaters, good bakers and first class throughout heavily nickleplfltfd a joy to the housewife.