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'3*M Hi!!! afts \'P (rffc'tel Ik Iv ii m\ is ss },. .Ik VOLUME XXII se&w MU,:* tfVta FOR A mmmm• tllS •V 1 Dolls Sleds Chairs t,4 ri ?)•, t: Wagons Do!I Buggies Horns and Harmonicas 'r 'V. •.•<p></p>Clothing ... uuxnjuuLiiJUxrihJTlruTJuJuajihjuuixLru^ijrum _« la our and Gents' Furnishings we Ward/obe of of us Many useful Articles for Christmas Gifts A nice fur scarf or muif ilandkerchsefs from 1 to 85c .Men's and Boys suspenders 10c to §1. C(i ,'V- Tir^ II E S O ri* prices never fore. Men and Boys at greatly reduced pr CHAPMAN You can Buu gloves &• mitens 25c to 1.50 fur mittens 50c to 2.50 .Flannel shirts 1. to 3.50 Men's sweaters 39c to 5. Dress shirts 50c to 1.25 A full line of neck ties Special discount on shoes and overshoes Remember we are closing out our heavy mittens at cost rumr ruirui TJTJTJirn~?rfffnnrmnnru tnnnnrLaairnniinrinr^njvirUiuxrixirtrinnjiiTjinnrm. ru"inrtrtjtrm We want your Butter and Eggs Highest price paid Hiii'lim Ben Hive fi- w-t 4Ur Sit 3v"1 •rtVt £1M v. "ZL DAK Fincst'and most complete lino of Dishes in the city at & «r S •lEK^sVa Christmas and .X ...it._.^. Our Store is full and overflowing' with the good things for Xmas gifts for Ladies, Gents, Boys and Girls. It dontmatter what vou want. We have it. -'-'/V-1 ^r heard of. be- 1 educed prices.' ~v -1- Come to us for Ladies', Mens', Boys',-Girls' and Childrens'.Footwear. Don't fail to see us when looking for Christmas gifts |g| 1 If \p $ si COUNTY"-HERALD ^si. .v^r i, i/ •The most complete line of handkerchiofs, Ladies' col lars3 gloves, mittens, bells and all kinds of linens. South Dakot trans continental rail road unlets all the news dispatches are lying". The Milwaukee is about to extend from both Everts andChamberlain the two lines to unite near the pjjj! western bounds of the state and %0 from there to pcrsh to the Paciiic. It seems to be a hard fall for editors. We note from the ex changes that editors Wialon of Volin, Hewsof Irene, Hammond of Canistota and Buirkholder of Chamberlin aie all Ln the hos pital taking- treatment for various illness. The condition of J^ditor Widlon is reported critical. Broken in health lronr. the long fight he has made to save himself from conviction for land frauds Senator Mitchell of Oregon was unable, to rally from the severe bleeding that followed lhe extrac tion of some teeth and died last Friday. It would have been a happier end had it come a few years sooucr. President Roosevelt has appo iu ted Seth Bullock of Deadwoon as U. S. Marshall for South Dakota to succed E. G. Kennedy. There seems to be a ditterence op pinion whether or not this is a victory fof Senator Gamble and a defeat for the balance of the dele gation. Ex-govetnor Lee of Vermillion is reported to have offered a cash prize to the first student of the University who shall u/in first place in the state oratorical con test. E*or some reason t.he Uni versity has not taken a hig*h place in ofatoHcal affairs and this offer is expected to stimulate more active interest. ofi .... "V OTA, EURSDAY DECEMUER 1'. 1!)05 3ft XU,\L Happy are showing nearly everything that it takes to make up., the tf't* v£--. fey: -i Senator Millard of Nebraska has succeeded to the head of the Panama 6anal cotritfaittee. This leatffeS SehatoT Kitfitdge-at cond this committee. It was iwped sf- ii: 1 1 1 S O will soon be on' aj by his -lriends that Millard mijfht g-ive way and thus allow Kit tredfte to head the committee. The South Dakota senator is con «. idercd in Wiisbiuyton as an au thority tn canal matters. lAinns* the toot ball season just clot-'fd there were ninteen deaths caused by injuries .received in the game. During the hunting sea son winch ra« lor about the same length a\ time there were over a hundred .deaths., twenty-seven l)oing repc ."ted fritH Wisconsin alone. Tlir saddest part of .all is the fact that many ol the victims w*re young ")_vs who were sacri ficed by their .ivn iac-xperieiicei and rashness. Ve fea,r that leg islative enactineiit wiil Ue .of 110 avail in either case* The safety of our boys must Qcpcnd on .'.their hotnes whiie if oldt *ueti wish to kill themselves they \vill ,a way to do it in spite of law. IX J'HAIKU OF (-IIAMBl'lil-AKS'iS 'c:ort ir hkmhdy. Thene iK.110 oilier medicini' 11 vnnifwv tured thid hiis received so much l'rai^w ajxl aw many expressions of ura •is rhamlnirlaiu's Coujih Hemely. eireetive, and .prompt relief follows it* ns«. GratJ^ul ))iireiits evcrywliore ''V not hesitate to'testify to its merits fo ti'ic beu«iil of otliors. It is a certain evt.-tr for oroiyi nnd will prevent the at tac.'v if giveu at the iirst appearance of the tUsi'ase. It ,is especially adapted to i-hildi"-'n as il is jileasant to take ami contains nolhinn- .uuuvious. Mr. 10. A. JlMinpk l't'.vs, a well known resident and cWk ir- lhe sfcore of Air. K. Lock, of Alice, Cupe Colony. Koutli Afrien, says: "I liave wed C'hamberjain's Coiifrh HeniPdy to ward «ir croajivaml colds in my family. I lonud it to be very satis factory an.l ft wives me pleasure to rec ommend it." For sale by 11.J. 1'ier. Mny Dam Fortune ever Rinile on yon," but vivver her daughter— fortune. rN~A fr*t• IIAJTK. "'Minfotis "ruali in mad chase after •healtli. fvttm n«» extreme of faddism to •ftiiother, when. 8f they would only eat Kood food, anil keep their bowels'vegu lar witlnDf. Kind's Xew Life -I'ills tliefr "trdrtblfes^.v ould oljl^ass a\v:iy- New Year *__ Necktie Boxes Manicure Sets Smoker Sets Toilet Cases Albums Jj. £»i,f 'A*' is r- Si4. 5 &&£&*•§! l& C\\iv Handkerchief and. G-love boxes Jp j* W You caa't misti Harry Pier's Holi day ud in this issue. Ills line is there 10 bauk it and he invites all local! FUitIOUS FIGHTING "For seven years," write* Geo. "\V Ilofiiuan. of Harper. Wash., "I had a bitter battle with chronic stomach and liver trouble, but at last 1 won, and lined my diseases by the use of Elec tric Bitters. I unhesitatingly recom mend them lo all, and don't intend in the future to be without tlienj.'in the house '['hey are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mine." Sold under guarantee to do the same for you, by II. J. l'ier. drinr )?isl. ah bollle. Try them todav. 1 Notice. Parties ikooiv.p themselves indebte'5 tome .toy note or ,old book account, nust call apcl settfe.&y Jfin. 1, when b, *ok accouants ,can be settled without io/erest, if no.t settled by date men tioned, some wili be placed in hands ol attoi ney, when full interest vs ill hede mandi.^d. Positively last call. meaji business EMsIEL 3k,auch. CARNAHAN& ^..THE 1 •V- BEH mb .'^3. #4 yj&i GiQnr .fv DAKOTA Vrouiiit relief and qrick cure for liver Ktomiich 1 rouble. 2~n' at II. J. L'ler'b 1iuh: slori- Kiiiirjuitood. Fine weathc-r ajjiiin. Kl.N'C OF ALT. (*()T(^J .AJKl)]C'lXES Air. !0. (1. t.'sisi', 11 mail carrier of Ciiuton Couti'i'. .'01111,, \v)jo lias ln.'.".i in tin* I'nitod States sei'v-1 i-e tor about j-ixteon yeiu'x, says "We liave tried many eou^h niedU-inos lor eroii)), but. Chamberlain's ConjjH Itemody Is Uinu of all and.one to re lied upon every time. We also lind it the l.iest remedy ftr i-ouKhs and eold^ gn inj certain results and leaving 110 liiid eftects. ^'e me never without it 111 the house." .For sale by II. .T. J'ief. BLACKSMITH! •G en a 1 blacksmithing^, Horse Shoeing and VI Wopd ^ork. Boiler ancf' Engine Work a Specialty. J*rV, lie- %K•%' sl.v -i •ft Itei tijp rt 1 :1 -o '3* hV JT !,W it M"