at their former prices.
m: how our aluiea work. For
or »n aid to reading,
eroond from the
t.est Wc tfoaratitfe
take a look
mmencing Saturday, Oct.
Consists garments worth from $9.00 to
n n e for atiy purpose
•.he r»iiC of tt»e optician* art.
Amine eye* free of charge, mid If
proper lentea and fit
c. H. WOOD,
.QVER3 OP ART
home complete without
Prices from 25c to 50c.
E DAILY leader
ADI8UN, SOUTH DAKOTA.
OUTOURK '•». 18«».
M. Miune went .'o Oldhatu this
fv M. Oltoe
them in black and
Htoi'k of •torm window®
"id nt Column's lumber yard.
t* -4|. v
Departures by the easttfoinff train
were Mrs. Win. Barton and Mrs. Felix
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Craney Rave a
party in honor of MIBS Altnina Jacks,
Wheat, No. 1,53 No. 2,51. Plat, $1.05.
Nluy wheat in Chicago opened at 73%
and olosed at 74.
Col. Gritfsby of Sioux Falls went west
last evening and was a returning passen
ger this morning.
Will Gregory departed
tician, of Sioux Fallsu
A good attendance !s requested nt the
(lood Templars lodge Monday evening.
Election of otlicers tikes place and pro
gram will be rendered.
Arrival* oa the evening train, D. M.
JnukH and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. L,
Phillips, the latter sister of Mrs. C. A.
lvelley, Contractor Simms and Zela
Geo. Cook, the jeweler, is offering
Home special bargains iu watcher this
month and some excellent purchases
may be obtained by calling u pon him
Do not fail to avail yourseH tto ®P*
A crew of threshing haodfl irere in
town last evening looking for one Ilenry
Veady, who came here from Roswell
with a threshing machine whioh was
heavily mortgaged. Veady disappeared
several days ago and the crew would like
very muoh to see him.
Division No. 4 of the Presbyterian
ladies will give a Halloween social in the
church parlors next Tuesday evening
Admission, 15 oentr. Your fortune told
free of charge. Home made candy for
sale. Refreshments consisting of dough
nuts, pumpkin pie ft&d oollee will be
Howard Democrats!, 27: Mr®. Mary
Daly came up from Madison Tuesday
evening for a few days' visit with her
friend, Mrs. T. f. Sweeney... Clarence
Stratton was up from Madison Satur
day and brought suit in Justice Browns
court against hie wife for the reoovery of
household goods. The case was dis
missed at plaintiff's costs.
Farmers compliment this weather as
being elegant for
say corn is a tine orop too ju s
all gone—Now is the chance to get a splendid garment for little money.
well with storm collars. Good bar-
Minn., where he has found employment
at his trade of baker.
Hugo Filsinger went to Sioux City
to day to look after some stock of whioh
he has recently become possessor.
Henry Nelson, son of Agrim Nelson,
left for LaCrosse, Wis., this morning to
receive treatment at the hospital in that
Hoard of education met last evening
at the clerk's oflioe but transacted no
business except the allowing o( bills for
Mrs. M. L. Clark gave a party to a
company of yonng people last evening
in honor of Miss Ureebe, trimmer for
Mine Kate Mueller.
November 14 to 2 », inclusive, are the
dates for the next professional visit of
Henry II. Frudenfeld,
Cull on 'phone No. 31, for
SPECIAL CLOAK SALE
PRESENTED TO K1NLEY.
Contains garments worth from $6.00 to
$8.00—I have them in either black or light
colors. Good, heavy warm Jackets.
Volga Tribune, 2G: N. O. Helgerson
will move down on his farm in Prairie
Qnecn, Lake oounty, this fall, and has
sold his residence property here in town
to Hans Freeman. Mr. Helgerson has
made many improvements on hiB farm
the past year in the way of buildings
and has things very convenient and com
fortable there now. He expects to get
moved by the first of November.
Dan McKinnon. Dan McKinnon.
as it med to be in Iowa. One farmer
remarked, "I am tilling a double box
right along from five rows, 70 rods long.
We always considered it a good orop in
Iowa when the same number of rows 80
rods long would fill the double box."
Part of residence to rent. Apply to
Mrs. John Walter, near Normal school.
At the Model, To-l»ay.
Chocolate Gauolair .9$o
Cream Puffs 20c
Lady Fingers lOo
Chocolate umblee lOo
Vanilla Jumbles lOo
Angel Food Cakes loo
Chocolate Jelly Rolls lOo
Don't forget to try the Chocolate
Do you want a polish
raiee dust all through your house while
blacking stove? Then use Red Hot
Stove Polish. Sold by
Resolution* Urging llitn to Offer
WASHINGTON, Uct. 28.—The resolu
tions adopted at a mass meeting held
in Carnegie hall, New York, Oct. 11,
urging the president to offer the
friendly services of the United States in
mediation between Great Britain and
the Transvaal and Orange Free State
republics has been presented to the
president by a delegation from New
York. The president said he favored
peace and assured the delegation that
the petition would receive hia most
earnest consideration, but that any
move must be made with great reserve
as many diverse interests were at stake.
For Wldowa of Uritlah Sold ten.
SPOKANE. Wash.. Oct. US.—The Eng
lish-born residents of Spokane at a
meeting decided to raise $1,000 for the
bedefit of the widows and orphans of
the British soldiers killed in the South
African war. Those present subscribed
Bain Quench®* Foreat Flrea.
GKAND RAPIDS. WIS., Oct. 28.—Heavy
rain has been fulling all day, but it
came none too soon as the forest files
were getting very dangerous. They
are now psactically quenched and seri
ous damage lias been averted.
The "Plow Boy Preacher,"
Kirkman, Belle River, III., says. "After
suffering from bronchial or lung trouble
for ten years, I was cured by One Min
ute Cough cure. It is all that is claim
ed for it and more." It oures ooughs,
colds, grippe and all throat troubles.
Scores of Men
IF YOUR MIND
buy your clothes of us.
COOK & ODEE,
Parties have stolen our labels, style
of package, and the sick that "our' tea
is just like Rocky Mountain Tea.Thej
would ruin your health for a little added
in this vicinity now wear
is preoccupied with the knowledge that your cloth-
i„g i. not proper you are iU at ease. If you wear OUR CLOTHING you U.Ve
that Belt assurance that rightfully belongs to the Well dressed man. Th.s and
our prices, is the secret of our ever increasing sales.
THE FINEST CL0THIN6 PRODUCED
is what we always aim to snpply to onr patron Correct Styles. Perfect Fit
Unexcelled Workmanship is what you pay for and what you «et wnen you
AG ER BROS.,
The Leading Clothiers.
THK CIII KVHKH
Order off KxerriNPN In
Houftea of Woriihlp
Usual services morning and evening:
pulpit tilled by Prof. A. W. Norton of
Sioux Falls oollege subject of riiorning
sermon, Children of God evening, New
Services morning and evening. 10:30 a.
m. and 7:30 p. Sabbath school at
noon Christian Endeavor, 0:30 p. m.
morning subject, The Influence ot
Thought on Life evening subject, The
Law of Use, a talk to young people.
Everybody cordially invited.
Morning Prayer and sermon, 10:30a.
m., by Rev. Osborne subject of sermon,
The Soul's Picture Gallery: Sunday
school at 12 o'clock. The public cor
services will be held at the residence of
C. W. Wood at 10:45 a. m.
Brings the bloom of youth to the faded
cheeks. Drives away headache, indi
geston. constipation, makes health,
beautiful womanhood. Rocky Mountain
shall ofler some of the greatest bargains in the line of LADIES CLOAKS ever
ofiered in this city, and shall keep them at the same unequalled prices until they
M. E. rncacH.
Class meeting, 10 a. m. preaching,
subject, Independent, Faithful Service,
10:80 Sunday school, 12 m. Junior
Lieague, 4 p. m. Epworth League, G:30
address, Mormonism, 7:30. You an in
vited to worship with us.
¥*M» (Nfht to know when suffering
from any kidney trouble that a safe,
sure remedy is Foley's Kidney Cure.
Quwwteed or money refunded.
AN INTERESTING INCIDENT.
JSraverjr of l?o«r« Shown by an Act in MM
DURBAN. Natal, (Jet. 28.—An inter
esting incident in connection with the
Elandslaagte fight is reported here.
When the tire of the British guns be
came too hot eight Boers ran forward
out of cover and. standing together,
coolly opened tire at the Imperial
Light Horse with the evident purpose
of drawing the latter's tire, while their
comrades retired, beveu uf tlie brave
eight were killed.
Will Reach Iowa Nov. o.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. Ia., Oct. 2t*.—A tel
egram has been received here that the
Fifty-first Iowa regiment, now in camp
at the Presidio. San Francisco, will be
mustered out Nov. 1 and roch here on
the morning of the 6th.
President Kiug, Farmer** Bank,
Brooklyn, Mich., has used DeWitt's
Little Early Risers in his family for
years. Say they are the best. These
"famous little pills cure constipation,
biliousness and all liver and bowel
HOOK & ODE*,
Wanted—Men to learn barber traie by
mail attend our nearest college, Chicago.
St. Louis, San Francisco or Minuespolie.
Eight weeks required. Expert instruc
tions, practical experience, two years ap
prenticeship saved. Catalogue free.
Moler College, Minneapolis. Miun
style aod^JiftUty—well worth^$5.00.
Silks and Satins.
Ia this matter of silks and
satins you will hear all kinds of
claims as to largest stock, low
est prices, best styles, and so on,
Believe as much or as little ns
you want to, but be sure to do
one thing—visit this store and
see our new fall silks. That's
all we ask. and if you do it
are likelv to make the sale
4 J. A. JOHNSON
u i. mm
Contain black Astrachan cloth, also Beaver
cloth garments, worth from $4.50
There is Satisfaction
in Buying at J. A. JOHNSON'S.
First you can always rely upon qual
ity and style second, you can feel sure
that prices are right. However, we do
not ask our customers to accept these
assertions as fact without convincing
themselves by seeing what others offer
in the same line. Our confidence in the
leadership of this store is founded upon
our splendid stock of General Merchan
dise, now larger and more complete than
ever before in the history of this store.
You would have to go far to
lind a better grocery department
than ours, or as good. It is
completely stocked with a splen
did line of pure and wholesome
food products, always fresh be
cause of our large sales. For
miles in every direction people
come to supply their grocery
needs here because they can do
better than in other stores
Have you tried it
For 5 Cents
All we can say is you will
miss it and miss it bad if you
don't ^et one of ours. We sell
La lies' Jackets from £3.00 up.
City residence lots for s'tU. •rlo toS- X)
El.MF.li SlU RlOAN.
All of them nice looking Cloaks, put up in good
The fabrics designed for wom
an's wear for this fall and winter
deserve high praise. They are
artistic in coloring and design,
attractive in quality, and will
prove satisfactory in wear. To
ap the climax, many beautiful
fabrics can be sold at popular
prices. In our Dress Goods de
partment you will find such well
known fabrics as the Gold Med
al, the Broadliead and the La
Porte Woolen Mills productions,
prices ranging from 10 cents to
*2 a yard.
J. A. JOHNSON
If you don't need a new pair
of shoes to-day you will before
long, and therefore it's a good
idea io get posted on the best
place to buy. We don't expect
to be able to sell you unless it is
to your interest to buy here.
It's easy to prove that to you,
however, if you will give us a
Capes & Jackets
J. A, JOHNSON
For 5 Cents[
J. A. JOHNSON.
From io to 35c
C. A. KELLEV'S.
Hard & Soft
Prompt delivery to any part cf
the city. We] respectfully solicit
a share of your patronage.
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