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* 1882 -i IH®4 * 'J? •“ , ' _nr ~ V!" ftl) Years of continuous business in one lo- ?5 cation is a guarantee of careful, honest X 45* satisfactory dealing with all patrons. This £ is the history ot the A I PALACE DRUG STORE, | Under one continuous management. X X The best goods that money can secure are -X* jfc always carried in stock, including All Kinds jjs of Drugs, Paints. Oils, Alabastine, etc. A r J. D. FITZGERALD, Druggist. 7C7f A 7? *V -v* 35 *i % /» a a /«, ~ J i I .... ——. I Is one of the most important considerations in a business man’s affairs. That is what he’s in business for. We are in this busi fness for the same purpose, and we frankly confess we want your money. We are not giving goods away or offering them below » cost. We leave that sort of a game to the fakir and the advertising braggart. Y/hat we do Contend is simply this, which every business man twill appreciate and understand: We carry the largert stock of Groceries in Hand coun ty, and by reason of our buying in large quantities we can afford to sell at a price which is impossible with the little fellows. You get the benefit of this, and its up to you to take advantage of it. H a 1 i | j| ft t'i BUTTS BROTHERS. Mr. H H&gginS of Melbourne, Fla., writes, “My doctor told mo I ha*] consumption and nothing could t*c done for me. I was veil up todic. The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. kiugs’s New Discoverv tor consumption, induced me to try ii. Results were startling. 1 am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr. Kings new discovery. It surely saved mv life. ’ This great cure Is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by (). 11. Collins, druggist. Price fiOc and SI.OO. Trial Dottles free. ii. O. Smith received flit* sor rowful news last week an.nounc iug the death of his mother, Mrs. 0. E. Smith, at Kinsley lowa. She will be remembered as a pioneer citizen of Mi ler, where the family lived for several. years. I 1 . Escaped an Awful I ate. xi .4 Resp’cty yours, We buy hogs. (Jet our prices before selling. Miller Bros. (>t: A meeting of harness horsemen was recently held at Mitchell t*» establish a trotting circuit. Among the towns figured upon for this circuit are Huron and Pierre, It woul i seem that Miller could readily get into this association or a date between Huron and Pierre, and save a long ump. Tiie driving park Association should take the matter up, but it must b> done soon. Vi s wi buy h< gs, wheat, oats, corn, and sell hard and soft coal. Come and see us. Miller Bros.dtf Farm for Kent In Mondamin twp. 109-09 Hand Co. or this year. Call on or write nv at M.ller. 7t:i* Wm. Ross. HAPPY AGE Is healthy age, and the health of old age is ruled by the stomach. Throughout life the stomach is in fact the vital center of the body, but the fact is never so much appreciated as in the time of old age when the proper nu trition of the body is of the first importance. Old people who are weak and who fail to assimilate nourish ment will find wonderful benefit in the use of Dr. Pierce’s Gold en Medical Discovery. It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutri tion, and so enables the perfect digestion and assimilation of food from which all physical strength is derived. " When I wrote you for advice, I was feeling very miserable with not simply one ailment, but general debility,” writes Mrs. Martha Jones, of Clare mont, Surry Co., Va. ”1 purchased a bottle of ‘Golden Medical Discovery,’ also one of ‘Favorite Prescription,' and a bottle of ‘Pellets.’ 1 soon be gan to improve, and continued taking them until I was feeling so well I dis continued. Ido not find many testi monials in your book from ladies as old as I am —seventy-three. 1 think no medicine equal to yours for old people. It makes their declining days easy and cheerful.” Dr* Ploroo’s Pleasant PaUatSm The boat lax atNo for oU people • . •* . * •• /• ** ■V- mam® About mixed farming, stock raining, etc.* —but then its ho manifestly safe and Here that it needs no argument to brace it up. It has come tostuv. Undertaking •roads, coffins, caskets, robes, etc. can be ob tained at (’opuillette’s furniture store at reasonable prices First door south of opera house, tf Plowing and seeding in Febru ary whs not tin uncommon thing in Hand county in the early eighties, but it is an unheard of proposition now. Has the cli mate changed ? The yield and price of wheat and corn vary; the price of hogs cattle, horses and sheep may be up or down—but the milk cow continues to do business right along for the family expense ac count. People are suffering with the grippe this month, yet it cun be easily prevented. Pole’s Ulud bilder is a nerve tonic and blood purifier. When you begin to feel run down take IHudbilder and you will be free from rheumatism and grippe. Don’t forget that it is guaranteed by ,J. D. Fitz gerald. 9t2 Our mountain lion storj’ is put to sleep l*v the hairless wolves story from the range we»t of Pierre. As the story goes these wolves ate the carcasses of cat tle that had died from Texas itch. All the hair came off the wolves, and as they pass up and down Hie highways their liude ness shocks the inhabitants. Nearly Forfeits Ids Life. A runaway almost ending fa tally, started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin drove, 111. For four years it de fied all doctors hud all remedies But Buck leu's A i nica Salve had no trouble to cure him. Equal ly good for burns, bruises, skin eruptions and piles. 23c ar Col tins drug store. 8i 1- State commercial trave’ers cud hotel proprietors will proba bly lock horns in the next legis lature. The Traveling Men’s As sociation will ask that a law be passed requiring a. state license for and slate inspeetson of ho tels. The landlords should also ask for a state law to prevent drummers from winikng at the handsome waiter girls. pricei- “I wmk troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility,” writes F. J. Green, of Lancaster, N. 11. “No remedy helped me until 1 began using Electric Litters, which did me more good than all the medicine 1 ever used. They have also Kept my wife in excellent health for years. She says Electric bitters are just splendid for female troubles; that they are a grand tonic and invigorator for w*ek, run down women. No other medicine can take its place in our family.” Try them. Only 50c. Satisfac tion guaranteed by O. 11. Col lins. Bt4 February 11— and the seeding time just a little way off. Does it pay to use anything but the best ground, the best seed, and the best work? What a crop South Dakota could have any fair year if only good ground and good se >d were combined with good work. And the belief is rapidly taking root that HO acres thus farmed is better than 100 acres poorly farmed. J.IST or LBTTKRB. lieninining uncalled for in the Postoffice at Miller S. I)., for four .weeks ending Feb. 1, 1004 L. G. Crosnmn Charles Hruudy H. Arshak When calling for the above please say “Advertised Letters. ’ J. A. lIUHHKiELD, V, M. 1 "*s,"^ •r •/ ' Better than Gold. MB® ■ 1... Ml «i • S Clearance Sale. In order to close out my winter good to make room for my Her/ Spring goods I am offering. •o««aea«<»3deods«««»«««««««««9*«e3«eesc«atGoeooe«><!>e3aa«®e3«eß>oo«£S«>cso«»es . ** * ** v Ladies SIO.OO Jackets for $7.00 jßoys $2.00 Overcoats for $1.50 Ladies 7.ooJackets for 5.00 Mens SI.OO Mittens for .85 Ladies s.oo Jackets for 3.50 Mens .75 Mittens for .GO Childrens $5.00 Jackets for 3.50 Mens .50 Mittens for, .40 Childrens 3.00 Jaskets for 2.00 Mens $2.00 Overshirts for 1.50 Childrens 1.50 Jackets for 1,00 Mens 1.50 Cvershirte for 1.10 Mens SIO.OO Overcoats For 7.00 ± Mens 1.00 Overshirts for .85 Mens 800 Overcoats foi 6.00 Mens .75 Overshirts for .65 Boys $5.00 Overcoats for 3.50 Ladieis furs Boas six feet long for Boy 4 * 4.00 Overcoats for 3../U only 2.00 •a»39«9®9o©®'3®©©©©3Q®7!®a«O«O«®«»<J©»*« *®G*C®Co#(»*‘9t3er.ff3<¥©®iDC«®«o®9'?®C(?ea In addition to these low Prices we allow five cents off on each whole Dollar for cash Remember in addition to the above we have a large line of clothing, also the largest and best line of shoes in this Part of S. Dak. I sell no shoddy geeds Remember these Prices will not fast long call and see our Bargaing. _ Yours to Please t H..B.GEEEYES. J ♦ GEORGE JEFFERY " ’ DEALER DDL «2P=r-> — FARM MACHINERY. ♦♦ $ «*♦<> fc ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<> <►<!'<»«•<»# <tm> o «,** *<*> « <><s *0 4,0 o <*, +« m c The for the Standard Mowers, Hoy Bvmchers, Hay Stackers, and all kinds o Mower Repairs. I also have a complete line ol <* * o Buggies and Road Wagons, Wind Mills, Tanks, Pumps and Machine Oils and the Minnesota Oil, Paints, White Lead Varnishes and Stains, Glass and Putty. |jj2S sasasass '&s& f es& saffaFcSr sa c-psasasasHsasaasasasHs The year around ship us your poultry and we will be pleased to get you the best prices possible. For references,—Ask those who ship ro us. r' Send you produce to them at 114 West Randolph street, uj Chicago, 111. A great manv horses are hurt at this time of year by slipping on icy roads. Cole’s Veterinary Carbollsalve brings quick relief without a sear. You can’t afford to be without it. Sold and guar teed by J. I). Fitzgerald . I)t2 Rooms for rent—lnquire at Coquillette’s furniture store. 4tf «*' * > . •♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦o♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦e+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ POUL TRY BUTTER We pay the HIGHEST HARKET price for FOULTRY BUTTER AMD EGGS LESERMAN BROS. 4 - in GEO. JEFFERY, Miller, S. D. N otice. All parties owing us on hook account are requested to call and settle at once. Hereafter all accounts must he paid the first of each month. No long ac counts will be carried. We mean busiuess. Butts Bros. *♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*» 04♦<> ftdoo AND cLSfHScLSTES ?.*SH5 J ‘VPiiESHSeIfiZE EGGS. City Warrants Call. Correction of 27.1901; All general fund war rants ore called for payment up to ambineluding register No. *lB registered April 20, 1903. (' h n s. T h o m s o u, Treas. fa . * f t £*• ' h ISPJaHSHSH “Ci id Id made .fan.