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C.
h. WOOD,
Druggist.
Liul Tlw* TeM«
|'»«l railway.
Mcl^routt departed for Troe
rnUraosy for Flandniu on
'traiD.
^Ca*'''^heat r»|
Chicago
at ti'j.
1
milk or or—
i
Hexotnli
^h'houe Xy.
itirti*'
!,e
'at^er
v died at noon to
I Tu.er a reeidenoe.
of
1
Personal
8tft"
»ortio0 r.. ,n,Bbt oooler
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WASH FABRICS.
Good bye price* on everything. If
have need for cotton dress goods, come
early. Kich picking for those who are
lirst. Cut prices run like this:
Etamines, 15c. a»ow....lOe
Corded Ginghams 30c
Bilk Ginghams 50c
Remedy.
Jaaaarjr t, lew.
1!:10a.
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«p.
•:»•,» tt
»4«l
ittN
D. McKINNON.
»r»
nldeti
remedy at Uand,
is a collection
n valtde. o«r
iirljr (ompottodNl
,r» llwtrlat* HBr*-
U p. in
a JO a. «u
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DAILY LEADER
•*AT''.N,SOUTH
OAEOTA.
'AV, A L,! "s 7,
the city.
LOCAL HttliVlTIES.
loca rKi.ruitil nten play
rnit
a"
Uie
1 P- ni. to-morrow.
fcb^Dply of lime, stnooo, oement
(. !iiian lumber yard.
ray left tor Cbiootfo on
tram
l0
i,iV in his fall stock.
forfeit
cents. Septem
opened to-day at
111
00 short
Madison
,n®
Apple ton, Wia* is
•nspeotion of bis
iijleresta in this oouuty.
|iod »V
thw Dortl1
Ito
wer®
on tv
Oeo.
fro,n
"r
i«»a
r»"ne
Vueen from Elrod.
UI1
^stn returosd boms
this evening having
the Carnivals ysstsr-
Ux
«Ua this
l)y
«oraJ °W*r*
Pr
md
'uwday probably fair
lfor
bj
th*11
Co1,^0
Bnl?' *°d
•bseuoH
WUl
8Prio«*
on a two
»t Lis11'0*11
fro®
visit to a
Sr*,, ",,ler. Mra. J. B.
I ^P^ratice
II
the
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Corded Ginghams 15c
Organdie Cordons 30c
Dimities 15c
,.. .20®
....10o
....20c
12|c
35c
11
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,mething New Added to Our Grocery "Department
^iladclphia WafeA Alpha Puddings Uneeda Biscuit Clam Chowder
Uneeda Jinjer Wayfer Veal Loaf Pickled Pig's Feet Shrimp Mushrooms
of Huiliton. Mrs. Klwrliitrt ii adiunhttr
of Mr. tod Mrs. Geo. Maker.
AJulph Schmult went to Plandrnu.
II* hits just purchased one of the finest
farms to Moodj oouuty and went to lock
after the pMpers
ID
the deal.
Mrs. U. F. Fowler of Whitewater, Wis.,
who IIM been vimtiog her BOB, 11. A.
Fowler, and Miss (iraoe Hlaoobard of
Delewan. Wia., returned home.
iter. N. M. Minoe returned from
northern Miner county and NVele Steele
from Howard on the utormng train.
Both report heavy rata in Miner oount/.
Montroee Herald, 4: MUM iJaisy
Perry has eecured a school at Lake
Preeton where ahe will teauh thecoumig
year. Her school will ootnmeooe the
fifteenth of next month.
Hoy Hlair who is working in a ma
chine shop at Mitchell rode over to Mad
ison, a diatar.ee of 7:t miles by way of
Arteeian, Saturday. He was on the
way froui 1 p. ui to 8:XV
During last night's thunder storm
lightning Htrnck and killed four head of
cattle for John Boyd of Herman town
nhip and another appeared 00 tadly in
jured il wan not expected to recover.
H. 11. Schriner returned Saturday
night from i euel oouuty where he
WHH
adjusting hail lo»s*»« and this evening
departed on the weMgoing tram for
iKtugluM county on the surne mission.
The Dakota Sieve of August 4, pub
lished at Wellington Springs by J. W.
Sheppurd who ?mited this place during
4 L!V p. tn I Chautauqua give® Mad.non **RY llntter-
in|f wril# Uj,#
Thanks for the oompli-
ment. Brother.
W. K. K Htiiey, vetenuMry, lute of Day
ton, lown. and wife have located 10 Mad
ia«n, aud Mr. Kinney will eugnge in vet-
,«H,n. and Mr. Kinney win engage »u ,e
erinary prartic* here, lie cornw
weli
reoommeude«l and ia. withal, pleasant,
night's raiu storm was heavy over Miner,
I«ake, Mfnuiy and Kiugsbury counties
and probably part of Brookings. At
Arteeian, Bryant and Piiestone it
dwiudled out to a light spriokle.
Retire
Notioe is hereby given that after Aug
nst 7 there will be given one hour lawn
service every morning from to o oloi'k,
except Sundays, in addition to the even
ing service. The whistle will blow for
turning on aud shutting off water and
patrons are supposed to comply with
the rules, and Buy failure to do so will
I
tbeir use of water and it will be
cut off at once. 14emewb^r the^ hours,
7 to 8 a. m. and to 7::t0 p. ni. 'ihis will
be the hours till further orders from the
oounjil. H. C. (iK w 1 m, Supt.
For sale oheap, a gentle family horse
and a two sealed surry.
OM». VAN LANINCIHAM.
!le«»e«.
All looks drawn from Normal school
library prior to August 1, should
be returned at once. This is necessary
books are being
trained
0,pt-
1,0"». wurd7
ly* -Peaker,
"«a?"?
dwl- C,P*'
Brawn
'I'
4: Mii#
li^ 00
Eb«rhart
and fontl/,
I **W *'XV
JkhL?t&C,
re-catalogued.
tue nervoU8 t0
gentleman to meet. used to them aud I dout think I will.
Acoording tt» trainmen s reports last
l8 a
jut
Books
oan be returned to Ladies Hall at any
•imt. |V. 11. Mi'smc,
Aoting Librarian.
COUNTERFEITKRS ACTIVE.
Heat? or IparloM Tola Ma«l«
plaM, r*rl* Rlea aad Cab®.
NEW YORK. Aug. 7.—A sjecial toTh*
Times from Waaiiingtoii says: h'«*
Wilkis of the se« ret service says thai
there are a great number of counterfeit*
ers in the Philippine islands. Tliey are
ao nnmsrons and successful thai it will
soon bs necessary to niaks provision for
••oret servics agents in the islaud. The
counterfeiters do not make imitations
pf American money, but reproduce
Spanish and Chinese coins. In the pres
ent conditton of affairs in ths Philip
pines, ths counterfeiting of these coins
Jon mnch harm as the making of
bofus American money and perhaps
BOM, oenoral Otis is doing what he
can to break up the practice, but he has
a hard fight on his hands, as he has no
deuctives. Chief Wilkio says
that there is much counterfeiting
going on in Cuba, Porto Rico and Ha
waii, although not so much as in the
Philippines and that the ret service
will have to be extended to those isl
and*.
a*
.hmiM.aUbl.ud ,««iUtbhx*
Kmnvr*
1
Laces For The New Gown.
Tells About tlte First
South Dakota.
The Boys Safely in Camp
--Wounded Heroes Get
ting Along Nicely.
Nothing so entrancingly beautiful as these new laces has ever visit
e lis town, excepting perhaps it is the cotton dress goods beauties
which they are intended to embellish and adorn.
Cieo. S. Uertrand of Co. C, First South
Dakota voluuteera in the Philippines
writes his brother of this city from
Camp Santa Meaa, near Manila, under
date of June 4, as follows:
Dear Brother: 1 came in from the
north tiring lu:e about ten dnys tt£o and
the reet of the regiment citme IU a few
das ago. 1 have been in Mttuila guard
ing our old quarters along with nine
other meu, aud last night the Thir
teenth regulura took charge of th» build
ing and we cuuie out to Santa Mesa.
The regiment is uow in catnp about 3
milerf from the center of Manila aud half
a mile from the right bank uf the l'assig
river and inilvs frcm its mouth and
^uht half a mile from where the lirst shot
was tired that started the war. We have
ler, rouud tents for each company and
they give us plenty of room. The
tents are of drab color and at night ure
invisible and one caudle don't make
light enough ts shine through and give
our position away to the enemy. It ia
a relief to be iu a place where you don't
have to get up in the night aud drive
the "nigs" back aud have bullets whistl
ing along every few minutes aud dis-
Bert Killet that was wounded iu the
arm on the 2oth of May is getting along
tine. McConnell who was shot through
the heel is able to be out on crutches
Black ruu his stomach up against a
speut Remington and was laid up, but
he is all right now.
The regulars that took our place on
the lir.ng hue have got a 32 pound gun
and a rapid tire gun on the out post.
It Htlds spice to dreary lifa, encourage?
the human heart, lifts one out of despair
breathes new life and confidence. That tf
what Rooky Mountain Tea doee.
Such a varied assortment of lace Ueauty that you
cannot fail of being suited.
SALE PRICES.
Lace 4.e
Lace 3oc
Lace 30c
Lace 2
Lace 2"
Lace 15c
FRANK SMITK.
Fine residence property for sale on
assy terms. CIIAS. B. KI-.NNKDV.
A ItuigarlM CrUta.
SOFIA, Bulgaria. Aug. 7.—"Hie polit
ical situation grows darker daily. The
recent loan has not sufficed to stem the
financial crisis. Tho state officials' sal
aries have not been paid for two months,
and the scarcity of money is so acute
that there is great consequent discon
tent and hitter attacks on Prince Ferdi
nand are heard on All sides. As a ro
sultan early ministerial crisis and a
general upheaval are confidently ex
pected.
For trade, a good reaidence with sta
ble and large grounds, in1 this oity, to
trade for a farm. CHAB. B. KENNEDY.
(Jo to the Hospital for soft-water
baths. 25 cents. MRS, CAULISAN.
"Foley's Kidney Cure has been tested
and found to be all you claim for it.
have been giving it to my father and
it is the only thing that ever helped
him," writes (Jeo. C. Hiokook, Curtiss,
FRANK SMTH.
Hamilton Clark, of Chaunoey, Oa.,
Mys
ha suffsred with itohing piles
twenty years before trying DeWitts
Wttoh H.»l 8«W«. »lli0 5
oompletely cured him. Dawara of
worthless and dan«arouawuntarfjj
now 3)c
27c
20e
l*c
15c
10c*
Potted Tongue
"Our baby was sick for n month with
severe cough and oatarrhal fever. Al
though we tried many remedies phe
kept k'"tting worse until we used (Joe
Minute Cough Cure,—it relieved at once
and cu.-ed her in a few days." 11. L.
Nance, Prin. High School, BlutTdale,
Texu-.
STATE
•c
Yqu gee u
hear the bullets
Hruund dou to
Gf Bnij
doubled men
rPginient
and all of the boys
are ausious to get homo. 1 may stay
awhile in the island, but cannot say for
oertam yet but I will not re-enlist on
any condition, A very few will enlist
again.
We are getting pretty fair grub at
preeeut and there is a canteen in camp
and they carry about f^QOO worth of
goods, 1 bhould think.
25c per Pair.
GRINAGrER EROS.
.•aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaii,
Tom
Carey's
is the most satisfactory place
in the city to buy
Fancy & Fam%
a
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n
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a duplicated,
a
Groceries.
Everything new and fresh
and prices that cannot be
Prompt delivtry.
Good weight.
Good measure.
Perfect satisfaction.
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s
3
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2
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3
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lie
COOK & ODF.E.
TRY ONE YOURSELF
5t
fjEWETT BR0S.& JEWETT
WHOLESALERS
SOUTH DAKOTA.
FOR
HAMILTON
FRONT, 2l4 *N. BACK, 1*$ «V
SPACE.% IN.
for 25 cents.
1

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to
i'
Even
TOM CAREY.
ABOUT SHOES.
We are still selling 17 lbs of grauulated sugar for $1.00. All package coffee 10c.
A box of Cudahy Soap 100 bars for $2.00.
Sf- "f' -9f—
1
I
Popular Prices
We guard our reputation for selling worthy, dependable
Shoes most zealously. We take care that no shoe can enter
this stock but a satisfaction giving shoe. Hut we are equally
as anxious to secure the latest styles in shoes. We have
HAKRY GKEY (it $3.75
DI
E\V
SELBY (a $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
HENDERSON'S Ladies and CliiWrens from
$1.25 to $2.50
Bt'RLEY & STEVENS' Ladies and Child
ren from $1.00 to $2.50
Spring Heels in sizes up to
D. McKINNON.
D. McKINNON
The reason we sell^Devoe Ready
Paint is,
we
think it the best of its
kind.
If we knew better oae we'd
sell that instead of Devoe,
When we can, we sell Devoe
Ready Paint instead of white lead
and oil. because it's better for out
side or inside work than lead and
oil spreads better lasts longer.
VTe have the lead and oil for those
who don't agree with us: j^uar
•ateed strictly pure: you buy it at
your own risk.
The best thing about Devon
paint is the makers' guaranty
which authorizes u to make good
at their expense any defect iuj thr
result.
Sort of paint-satisfactioa insur
ance what more do you want.
FRANK SMITH.
A— riih
i -f -f i n A i i 4
T. J. LEWIS,
....Interior Decorator....
House, Carriage & Sign Painting,
Paper Hanging, Kalsomining.
G-»t my prices before plaeiag your orderjfor work or material. Estimates
cheerfully furnished. Work gunraoteed. Leave orders at shop rear of
B. Gregory's, or with BangstBro9.
JOHK WAI»DEX. President, GEO. COCHBASF.
LAKE COUNTY BANK.
(LANDS
LOANS
INSURANCE
Transact a General Banking Business.
si- ^1 A~-
OPERA HOUSE. Louie H. Willhite,
The Vincent Stock Co.
TO-NIQHT
44
Micheal Strogoll,
6 Acts—Russian W\ju- Drama.
Seats on Sale at Frank Smitlrfi.
FARMER ft FARMER,
ATTORNEYS COUNSELORS *T UW
[OfBoein Syndicate blook.
U O U i
lhe mi.rVct ir...
With voriiii\.M
ROCKY
E A
o pruUct tli« public i.-.l
e«pcct*l attention to our trad
mark, printed on every pack
Oemsad the B*nuin*.
Sft* Kemsad the
fsr M» %v all
r»m*sent
ir of 1
JJ
orr.<p></p>Mgr.
*1
10-30-30 Cents.
-y- -y
y ^—y-y
Eureka Harness Otl Is the lieet
preservative of new leittlur
and tlie l»est renovator of old
leather. It oils, soften*, black
ens aud protects. lee
Eureka
Harness Oil
on jrour bent harness, your old har
ness. and your carrtacetop,
will not only look l*tUT Iatxlwnryth«mii
longer. Rotd everywhere to rjtns-all
Shea from half pinta to flvi imllona.
Mae* by STtXiW ML i-O. i-i

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