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arrive#
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WASH FABRICS.
Good bye prices on everything. If you
h®ve need for cotton dress goods, come
early. Kich picking for those who are
first. Cut prices run like this:
Etamines, 15c.
rarely without
Lgrit." and Iwautl
htinv of an* «o sensible a* In
th.:u«Mlve# to th«? povrf^nt
W carry i iplmdid llM of CQ'a
Ub*»('rt!i" hair and akin.
Brupbr*, Soajn,
pap*. lVrJumed ^altc, Powilrm,
Toilet Water*, Ac.
C. H. WOOD,
Druggist.
k Melons,
Peaches,
Grapes,
few York
Apples.
Jars with aluminum
covers, at
|C. A. KELLEY
Laeal Tlaie Teate
M:U rik« and 8t. Pttil railway,
-ff- iiulay, Au««t 13, 18WV.
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8:45 |. in
5:90 a.
•t» 4:15 p.
I rtt'* Vl* 10:40 a. in
*1. 4:10 p.
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arrhr* 3:80 p. a
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^D'»QW.aouTB DAKOTA.
V, SEPTEMBER 13, 189P.
the city.
L°CAL
BRI-VIT1ES.
^'(|ugh returned from the
j^tnge
in Cook k
Odee's adver-
i!?Wretloe Manoheeter was
the Uke Park.
w,rn
brought twenty'five
^•1 at the mill to-day.
°f ^ie ••••on thia morning.
Vlctim«
will now rejoloe.
kid!"86' begun the ereotioa
|,,Dce
on
the weat aide of town.
in. H,"Pr
aod
wif®
rr
of Bentonville,
fegUe®t,,of
and
r»Port:
hM
u
Dimiti«s|15c .... I2p
Silk Ginghams 50c 35c
D. MoKINNON.
A-
IJUUIM
P|»OQ
but
gen
west
i put
of
ia (tout
house.
"°,d
h[t
i
Of AbarrfCUrk
thy,
reaidenoe
manse,
th® Pr®*byteriani
ttll»
Parties.
23
sed
Obioago opened
closed 7|j^#
Mrs,
and
FJandrau
wt01 10
-^rolioeVrert^dol
Siona
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NOW....10c
Corded Ginghams 30c
... .20c
Corded Ginghams 15c ....
10o
Organdie Cordons 80c
14
.... 20*
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s
t© Falls who have been visiting their aunt,
Mies Mar Vreel and, returned home.
I Jr. Win. Lowe has moved into hiaown
residence opposite the baptist ohuroh
on the south, lately ocoupied by N. A.
s
All girls interested in contesting for
the bicyole at the Jewel Steel Range ex
hibition at McDonald's store to-morrow,
plesse report there in the morning. Kf«
tie Oregor won in the bakiLg contest to
day in two minutes and forty-five sec
onds.
Supt. MoClenon reports
iiiuiw
5o
V
New Added to Our Grocerv
1
lladelphia Waferfc Alpha Puddings Uneeda Biscuit Clam Chowdff Potted Tongue
Uneeda
Jinjer Wayfer Veal Loaf Pickled Pig's Feet Shrimp Mushrooms
Foi.
Eldro Hubbell. Mack MoRaeand John
Craney have been making braking trip*
this week, "learning the road," aa the
boja say.
P.J. Ryan departed for Mitebell this
evening to represent Lake oounty in tbe
non-partisan judicial convention lobe
held there to-morrow.
Mrs. J. G. Sheldon and two grand
daughters, of Gladstone, Mioh., arrived
on the evening train and are the guests
of Mrs. Wm. Howlett-
Sverre Odee has returned to business
in the drug store looking very well
Htfaln. He reports his brother Olaf at
the hospital as also recovering very
nioely.
State Manager Stegnei of the Modern
lirotherhood of America, will organize a
lodge of :i0 or forty members in that
order at Odd Fellows hall, Thursday
eveoing this week.
Jerry Hurley drove over from Salem
yesterday. This mornlog one of his
horses was taken sick and shortly after
ward died, inoonvenienoing his return to
day very materially.
N. D. McGillivray has placed in his
store a Patterson's patent oarpet exhibit
or whioh by means of reflecting glass
magnifies samples of oarpet into room
8iZ9iu ready succession.
The two months'old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Dau O'Gonnell of Ramona died
this morning. The funeral servioee will
be held from St. Thomas church in this
city at 1U a. m., to-morrow.
Mrs. Peter Grinager of Howard has
been quite ill at the home of her brother,
II. IL Gulstine for several days
with a threatened attack of fever. She
is thought now to have taken a turn for
the belter.
John C. Coffey's two-year-old paoeris
developing good speeding qualities, hav
ing made its half mile in 1.21 to-day.
John will make an effort to enter her in
the oolt raoe at the state fair at Yankton
and thinHs he can win it.
opening
attendance of the oity schools this week
about 475, though there are many absen
tees who intend coming, not yet in at
tendance. The going of the Juvenile
band to Sioux Falls this week a'so inter
feres heavily with the regularity of the
school attendance and exercises the pro
fessor's mind not a little unfavorably.
The aged inmate of the poor house for
the past four years, Gilbert Anderson,
died last night, at the age of 87 years.
Supt. Boswsll was in the oity thia fore
noon and procured a coffin and the
funeral took plaoe this afternoon at the
cemetery near the Olaon echool house
weat, Rev. N. M. Minnie oonduoting
services. Hi* wife survives him, also
an inmate of tbe oounty bouse.
The Sioux Fall® eiouraion train of
four ooaohee and a baggage car was
pulled out at 8:05 tbi« morning by Con
ductor Buokholz aod Engineer Vidal.
Aside from the Juvenile band whioh
went out 33 strong tbe delegation from
Madison was not vsry large. The de
partures were Wm. MoGrath, Herb.
Putney and wife, Mrs. Geo, Oook, M. D.
McGillivray, Louis Malonej, J. A. Trow.
Other departures for the Carnival on the
regular at 11 a. m. wero John Munson
and familjt Conductor Lou White and
wife. Fred Ball, Viotor Webb, Cora
Matheny, Fred Davol of Howard and
quite a number of passengers from the
north and weat.
Quito a number of Ramona people,
frieoda and relatives of the contracting
patties, are in the oity this •£^r°00®
atlend Iht wedding of Mr. W. J. Fer
guson of Ramona and Miss Lola A.
Laces For The New Gown.
Jenks of this city. The oeremony takee
place at 5 o'clock at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rippe, where the
bride has made her home for a number
of years, Rev. Frank Durant of tbe
Episcopal church, Flandrau, officiating.
Mr. Ferguson is one of the leading young
business men of Ramona, engaged in tbe
general merchandise trade, and his bride
is a werthy and amiable young lady who
has been many years a resident of Madi
son, having obtiined her eduoation here,
graduating from the State Normal school
in 1801, and sinoe engaged in teaching.
After the wedding dinner tbe young
03uple will prooeed to Ramona where a
warm reception awaits tbem.
Nothing S3 entrancingly beautiful as these new laces has ever visit
ed this town, excepting perhaps it is the cotton dress goods beauties
which they are intended to embellish and adorn.
5 Such a varied assortment of laoe beauty that you
Two weeks from to-day, September 27,
is the date set in San Franoieoo dis
patches for the muster out of the First
South Dakota regiment. The boys are
having a good time now, with scarce any
duty to perform, little or no restraint,
and taking life like a roey dream. It is
well earned and we hope the boys may
have a longer lease of ease and comfort
than to the 27tb. Sioux City has sent
in a request to Gov. Lee and Col. Frost
to be permitted to entertain tbe regi
ment during a meal if tbey come home
that way. President McKinley has
signified a disposition, if possible, to vis
it St. Paul and Minneapolis to greet tbe
Minnesota boys upon their arrival home,
and also pass through South Dakota
over the H. and D. to Aberdeen thenoe
to Yankton and meet as many of our
boys as poeaible. President McKinley,
as chief exeoutive of the nation, will re
ceive a welcome in tbe state, should he
come, eeoond ouly to the welcome ac
corded the brave South Dakota volun
teers.
For sale, fancy house plants, including
paluis. Taos. CAKEY.
Wanted, a girl to do
Madison house.
Part of residenoe near Normal sohool.
Newly papered and painted throughout.
Inquire of MRS. JOHN WALTER.
cannot fail of being suited.
SALE PRICES.
Lace
Qktf caeidenoe lots for sale, 115 to 8200.
ELMEK SHERIDAN.
CARNEGIE A CITIZEN.
•aya
He
the
WM
ago.
I cannot give the exact date. The
papers are in my private safe in New
York. ANDREW CARNEGIE."
Mr. Carnegie also denied that he had
any intention of sitting in parliament,
asserting that he was an American, did
not intend to cast off his allegiance and
would only think of entering public
life at Washington, where he might
combat the attacks upon true Ameri
canism in the Philippine policy of the
administration.
To Hrlag Horn* Iowa Trowfc
PES MOINES, la., Sep 18.—Adjutant
General M. H. Byers of Iowa is in Chi
cago, where he was sent by Governoi
Shaw to arrange for one or more special
trains to bring the Fifty-first Iowa
regiment home from San Francisco at
state expense. It is considered prac
tically certain that nominees for thft
legislature will sign ths necessary
pledge to legalize thia use of monsy,
and the governor wants arrangement*
made. _____
E. E. Turner, Gombton. Mo., was cured
of piles
after
40c
kitchen work in
Wanted.
A good, first-class girl for house. Will
pay $3.U0 per week. D. MCKINNON.
For rent, a suite of living rooms, oen
trally located* Apply to M. L. Lyons
& Co.
Te Kent.
now 30c
27c
Lace
35c
Lace
30c
Lace
20c
w.
a
a
Natmllnd aod That He
Wilt Not Kan for )*arllam«iit.
NEW YOUK, Sept. 13.—A dispatch to
The World from Loudon says: An
English newspaper having declared that
Andrew Camegie would staud for par
liament for SoutluTlandshire, thus cast
ing some doubt upou his American cit
izenship, The World correspondent tel
egraphed him asking for an exact state
inent in regard to the matter. This is a
his reply:
•My father was naturalized in 1855
1856. This made me an American citi
zen, I being a minor. My naturaliza
tion was unnecessary, but as a matter
of precaution, I also took out naturali
zation papers in New York city years
by De Witt's Witoh Hazel Salve
suffering seventeen years and try
ing over twenty remedies. Physicians
and surgeons endorse It, BSWSM of
counterfeits.
OOOK40OU
15c
15c'
10c a 11c
Lacej25c
Lace
15c
Warren W. Tolles
Graduate of the Northwestern
Conservatory fit Music, Minnea
polis, desires pupils in
VOICE,
ia the most satisfactory place
in the city to buy
Fancy & Family
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Groceries.
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Everything
prices that
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HARMONY,
fHEORY.
Private or class leseon*. Terms
Reasonable.
Real Estate,
Loans i
ir
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Tom
Carey's

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IDenartment We are still selling 17 lbs of granulated sugar for.$1.00. All package coffee
A box o£ Cudahy Soap l00
and fresh
cannot be
Prompt delivery.
Good weight.
Good measure.
Perfect satisfaction.
FralMEiergDag
TOM CAREY,
a
u
Patronize
The Madison Steam Laun
dry, a home institution. iThey^J
do better work than you can
obtain from the outside laun
dries, perfectly responsible,
convenient for the customer,
laundry can be delivered any
time desired, any complaints
satisfactorily adjusted, and
everything can be made more
satisfactory because deal di
rectly with the propaietor, and
besides it is a home institution.
O.T. FULLER,
Proprietor
ABOUT SHOES.
^bars ^for ^2
00
t—r—T- T-
Tome
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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. But we are equally
as anxious to secure the latest styles in shoes. We have
HARRY GREY
mis.
What We Do.—We distribute all
kinds of ADVERTISING MATTER for
dealers in all lines. We reach any
class or profession. We tack signs.
We place advertising matter with
trade. We also distribute in Colman,
1 Wentworth. Winfred. Ramona.
We don't nse any boys in handling *ad
vertising mat tor.
Plaoe your advertising matter with a
liable person.
$3.75
DREW
All bill Posting guaranteed for 30 dajra. 'Phone 77. Member I.
JOHN* WADDEX, Presidents GEO.
Fine residence property for sale on
easy terms. CHAS. B. KENNEDY.
NERVITA
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00
SELBY
HENDERSON'S
Ladies and Childrens from,
$1.25 to $2.50
BURLEY & STEVENS'
D. McKINNON
The reason we sell Devoe Ready
Paint is, we think it the best of its
kind.
If we knew a better one we'd
sell that instead of Devoe,
When we can, we sell Devce
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
We have the lead and oil for those
who don't agree with us guar
anteed strictly pure: you buy it at
your own risk.
The best thing abo&t Devoe
paint is the makers1 guaranty
which authorizes us to make gooA
at their expense any defect iu th®
result.
Sort of paint-satisfaction insur
ance what more do you want
FRANK SMITH.
No matter iiow good your fgoods
are people cannot buy unless tliey
know of them.
WILLHITE'S
Distributing Service and
BILL POSTER.
Ladies and Child-'
ren from $1.00 to $2.50
Spring Heels in sizes up to
D. MoKINNON.
10c.
1
or
LAKE COUNTY BANK.
LANDS
LOANS
INSURANCE
•Transact a Qeneral Banking Business.
By mail AOc per box O boxes
for $2.50 with a written guaran
tee to cure or refund the money.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
OUnton A Jackson ata^ CHICAGO, ILL.
rer »aie br.cOOEft'ODitt
CITY
Vll MCI I V
LOST VIGOR
AND MANHOOD
Cures Impotency, Night Emissions and
wasting diseases, all effects of self*
abuse, or excess and indis
cretion. A nerve tonic and
blood builder. Brings the
pink glow to pale cheeks and
restores the tire of youth.
A.D.
Ef
COCHRAXF.
MEAT MARKET,
JOHN SCHULTZ Proprietor.
jKeep constantly on hand a full
line of
Fresh im pais
Fish, fowl and Game^in se&soa.
Egan avenue.

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