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$lO Ladies Black or Tan Cloaks at $6.50
$5 “ “ •• at $3.50
$2 Children’s Cloaks at SI.OO
These are all new, up to date, stylish goods, but
we need money and room, We have a large assort
ment.
$9 Furs at s6~«s6 Furs at $4
$lB Furs at sl2
$i size patent medicine - - 85 cents
I have the flat and round shapes to suit all.
, Iscts No. 1 Comb Section Honey 15 cts
Standard Honey - - 11 Cents
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150 ladies folding sewing tables highly finished 85c
100 folding clothes bars -40 c
135 folding ironing boards - B*c
3 lbs old Hickory Fomatoes, not a heap brand, 25c
I advertise for trade to con*
vines you my prices aro test.
A large store trying to supply your needs.
Thanking you for the immense trade given m 2
T. P. SUTPHEN.
(77/r iJianr j&rss.
RSTABLISHEp JA.M'AIIt ITII. ISS-i.
rt'lil.lHHKl) EVXBY THPKHDAY 111'
.1. A. BUSHFIEI.n, PROPRIETOR.
Subscription 91.00 a, Year 111 Advance.
St. Lawrence Lodge. A. F and A, M. Vo. .*<!>
Meet* nr Miller, 8. I), every first and third
Friday night each month at 8 o’clock. X.
V. Uhrlst. W. M.; J. L. Keren, Sec y., W, 11.
Rumen, Tyler.
Chapter k’4, R. A. M. meetw firat and third
Wednendn v each montn at Miller. K. 11. C.
—R. T Sedatn, Secy, J, ],. Keyes, VV, U.
Barnes, Sentinel,
Credent Oapter No. 4, O. E. 8. meets sec
ond and fourth Tuesdays eaeh month. W
M. Mrs. Ella Miller. Hee’v Mrs, Gertrude
ItriggH. W. 11. Barnes. Sentinel.
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PERSONALS.
• ©•* effi«®S.a«CtDdlM»OooCß 3OSO*
Black Silk one vard wide for
I*l.oo per yard. il. R. G reeves.
Off
Thelively lit tie town of Wes
sington Springs is preparing to
incorporate as a city.
My new Dress ginghams for
Spring have arived.
stf 11. R. Creeves.
A young man named McCarthy
from Wakondu, is the new as
sistant ut the C. & N. W. depot.
Cal! at I). I*. Cree's hardware
store and see those fine heaters.
for hard and sott com.
The photo gallery in the Sut
phen building will be’ often Feb.
10 to 20 inclusive.
Delane Oviatt.
Miss Alice and Miss May Gra
ham, of Miller, carne down home
Wednesday for a short visit. —
Wessington Times.
Miss May Maxwell, of Miller,
and Miss Frankie Winans, of
Highmore, are preparing to open
a millinery store at Crookston,
Minn.
(OLE’S (oyGH (URE
ALWAYS CURES CHILDREN LIKE IT,
Bnaranteed—2sc und 50c t if *ll drulfjista
Valentines of all kinds nt the
Palace Drugstore. Come early.
Master Lloyd Crismau eele
brated his l ltli birthday Mon
day by a gatherin >• o' his young
friends.
Call at tie ALlier photo gallery
Feb. 1G to 20 inclusive for your
work.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swab, of
St. Lawrence twp, report the ar
rival of a bouncing boy at their
home.
The friends of Miss Hilda Mel
gaard gave her a farewell party
at the opera hoioe Friday even
ing. She departed Saturday for
Aberdeen.
If vou are troubled with sick
headache and other kindred ills.
and a bottle of Cole’s
Laxative Liver pills. Sold by
J. D. Fitzgerald, Dt2
Rev. Lacey returned Tuesday
from his visit in lowa. He will
hold services at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning as
usual.
A detachment of the Salvation
Army, of Sionx Falls, will give
an illustrated lecture and
musical entertainment at the
Christian Church Sunday even
ing Feby 21st.
89tf
I have 25 different patterns of
new white Linen Waterings—
very handsome Patterns, Prices
from 8 cents to 50 cents per
yard. ' H. it. Greeves. stf
The Masons presented a cane
to S. V. Christ Friday night, as
a token of their regard for his
services as Worshipful Master
for two years.
Mrs. D. Whitcomb and daugh
ter, Miss Eva, and Mrs. G. H.
Carroll returned Friday from
the hospital at Rochester, Minn,
where Mrs. Whitcomb aud Mrs.
Carroll had gone for surgical
Operations. lioth ladies return
ed much improved in health.
It. F. Shoop. of Linn twp, has ftp FFNNFD’^
the newest artesian noil hi the ™l>tK 5
county. One hundred artesian §/||§\ji-<\/ 1
wells in Hand county would lie a 1 dnU
close guess at the present time.
Ituildi’ g and remodeling im
provements arecoutemplated by
a n iiiil: pof citizen the cornin'?
season, according to the electric
light men, who have been wiling
the dwellings.
The highest market price paid
for butter and eggs at Sebring &
Croll’s. 45tf
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will be en
tertained bv Mrs Salt marsh and
Mrs. Thompson at the home of
the former Wednesday Feb. 17,
at. 3P.M. Sec’v.
The Sunday School of the
Christian church will give an old
fashioned school entertainment
and spelling match at theehure 1
Fridav evening Feb. 10, 1904.
Admission ten cents.
Dode Fl*ke.
The celebrated Dode Fiske
Orchestra will again appear at
the opera house tomorrow, Fri
day night in a grand musical
concert, followed by a dance.
Everyone, old and young should
hear the delightful conc< rt.
Wm Ritchie an old citizen of
St Lawren e township died Sun
day, o: pneumonia, aged 44-
years. Funeral services were
held yesterday and the remains
buried (ft St Lawrence.
The Eastern Star ladies suc
ceeded last week in securing
enough subscribers to the Argus
Leader to obtain the premium
of a fine Kimbn! piano to adorn
the new .Masonic Temple win n
erected.
C. F. Fiynu went 10 St. Paul
and Minneapolis last week to
show las palt n. car scaler to the
railroad <Hi dais there. It is
surely a ] ruction 1 connivance
greatly needed bv the railroads.
If he gets it accepted bv one rood
to give it a tri ll Charley's for
tune is as good as made.
Millions of p. oplc who have
used Cole'sCarbolisnlvefor years
say it is ns much a household
necessity as flour. Do you think
an inferior renie iy would have
stood the test of half a century?
Etc}) a box handy in case of
burns and cuts. Remember if it
isn't Cole’s it isn't Curbolisalve.
do and GO cts by J. D. Fitzger
ald. 9t2
The voung lady cfa.-s of tie
Christian church gave their old
teacher Miss Carrie Furmau a
surprise Friday night and vel
comed her back as their teacher.
Those present wen* Lora Brown,
Grace Butler, Carrie Ilcrshman,
Hazel an 1 Ophelia Stratton,
Bertha Greevesand Pearl Swart
wood.
Among the daily papers that
come to Miller is the St. Paul Dis
patch, which paper now has some
local interest in the person of its
cartoonist, Tyler McWhorter,
son of Hon. A. L. McWhorter.
Tyler began his career in this
office. He has become a cartoon
ist of note, and has just entered
into a two years’ contract with
the Dispatch. That fact ought
to increase the Dispatch list in
this pi ace.
Even the government printers
make errors sometimes —or rath
er let them slip through in proof
reading. The new 2-ct postage
stamp is said to have aC in the
name of Washington where ;t
should be G. All printers know
it is next to impossible to pre
vent some errors slipping thru
unnoticed.
Until further notice I will give
a cash discount of 5 per cent
on all cash sales in my store on
all bills of one dollar and over.
Remember I sell nothing but
good substantial goods at pri
ces heretofore sold and give you
ocents off on each dollar for
cash. H. R. Greeve*. 15tf
Backache
All diseases of Kidneys, /x w 7 *->»
P.ladder, Urinary Organs. I B I
Also Rheumatism, Back H fl
ache,HeartDisease Gravel U >| B
Dropsy, Fomalc Troubles, w w A m wLJ
Don't become discouraged. There Is a
cure for you. If necessary write l>r. rentier,
lli 1 has spi nt a llto time curing just such
cases as yours. All consult ations Free.
“T had severe cnee of kidney disease and
rheuuiailstii. dischnrglnsi hloody matter
Suffered Intense pain. My wise v u-t sei iously
affected with female troubles. l>r. Fenner's
Kidney and BackaehoCurecnml u< i-nth.
F. M. WHEELER, Randolph, la."
Drutrzls s. fiOe., f l._ Ask for Cook Hook-Free.
C*T V/iTIIQ’nAWnC Sur, r r ‘ < ir ul o Dr
«* v *YMUO UAnbL I enner. l'redt uia.NA
Mr. Frank burke and .Miss Mil
dred Lifford, of Miller, were mar
ried Sunday evening at 0 o’clock
at the Christian parsonage. Rev,
Swart wood officiating. Those
happy young- people are well and
favorably known and have the
best wishes of many friends.
REE HEIGHTS.
Mr. Richmond and Margery
Gardner have returned from
Rochester ns well as ever.
We are glad to note that Mrs.
Whitcomb has returned from the
same place much improved in
health.
Carl and Pert Almond and a
younger brother are all sick with
pneumonia.
•T. W. Spiers, on the Inglehart
place, is eon lined to his bed with
rheumatism.
Mr. Rea com returned with his
father to Ponca, Neb. Ho is I
slowly improving in health.
The ladies Missionary Society
will bold a public meeting next
Sunday morning.
Mrs. White, from lowa, is vis
iting her daughter Mrs. R. W.
Speirs.
There will lie a “heart" social
nt the home of G. C. Willett next
Friday night, under the auspices
of the Ladies Aid Society. All
are cordially invited.
Judge Briggs and Commission- |
er Smith were in town one day i
last week.
Mr. Messenger has opened up
a barber shop at the hotel.
The weather is very cold, but
with the new stove at ttie church
it is very comfortal #* there Sun
day mornings.
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The matter of feed is of
tremendous importance to the j
farmer. Wrong feeding is j
loss. Right feeding is profit. I
The up-to-date farmer knows ,
what to feed his cows to get
the most milk, his pigs to get
the most pork, his hens to
get the most eggs. Science.
But how about the children ?
Are they fed according to
science, a bone food if bones
are soft and undeveloped, a
flesh and muscle food if they
are thin and weak and a blood
food if there is anemia ?
Scott’s Emulsion is a mixed
food; the Cod Liver Oil in it
makes flesh, blood and muscle,
the Lime and Soda make bone
and brain. It is the standard
scientific food for delicate
children.
Send for free
sample.
B« sure that this picture in
the form of • label is on the
strapper of every bottle of
Emulsion you buy.
Scott&Bowne
CHEMISTS,
409 Pearl St„ N. Y.
50c. and $1» all drujgitti.
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6 HEAT
i.ist L ack Hose, double heel anti toe, always 'ells lor
Semniess,
10 and 1
2 , 2 cts
5 cts pr pair
•I to each customer. Good till Feb. 13th.
CRABTREE'S CASH STORE,
Miller,
/ZQ. SHSPJtHS’. 1 5"55H5t15H ETESPScISZI ST2S3SHSS SHSBSaSSSHSHSHS^
jjW.W. WAITE, E. F. WAITE, jj
| President. Cashier. C
I 'Hmd? Qeii;Bifvif:ttfe®cwife l
| MILLER, SO. DAK, |
3 Organized under the State Banking Laws.
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$ Loans on Live Stock a Specialty. f
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Interest paid on time deposits. 3
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| HARDWARE }
« JL3STID— S
1 TIR WARE. I
| .A. DOUBLE STOCK. I
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I have purchased the Beasom hardware store, and will *»
4 consolidate my two stocks, and oj>en up in the Beasom £
o # Z
g building. If you want anything in the way of Hardware, £
£ wagons, implements, etc., Call on me. Prices right. 8
5 Miller, S. I). PORTER CREE. *
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£ GEO. S. RING LAND, Pres. F. D. GREENE. Cashier. J
5 GEO. C. FULLINWEIDER, A. B. CAHALAN, $
2 Vice Pres. Asst. Cashier. *
jFIRST NAT’L BANK]
f MILLER. SOUTH DAKOTA. J
2 Pays Interest on Time Deposits. 5
5 Buys Notes and Sale Paper.
2 Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. J
f Your business is solicited. i
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♦ |^3j!H! Q It is a positive fact *
♦ that if every man in J
t Hand County would f
♦ *3 ~ &&rp€D u T* bring in a load of wheat, *>
A * ' V-' jt' #< *Ol. «a *-**... V> 4>
♦ -w. - l< ..’.fUirrfcrt V ,
i with the proceeds he t
£ could take home a big load of our solid handsome furniture |
{ and we would save him enough on his purchase to supply £
♦ the ladies of his family with all needed from our big milli- ♦
» nery department. Then there would be joy in that home J
X you bet. Try it. Yours Respectfully, <
| PERT COQUILLETTE. jj
JOB POINTING A,,n "
k SPECIALS,
LADIES
i Great Farcjnin at only
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South Dakota.
PRESS OFFICE
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