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5nrdincs. in oil Something ake [boiit «»MI OUR Purines asiEi ARE HERE, id they are well ortli your atten- Ierfuinelook ou. A at our Display riudow will Iris Schutz. lorner Drug Store. I! CINDER BROS. Irana-, 15c per doz.and up. ppic Syrup, 25c per ft. aplc Sugar Il/2c per lt». ^anhcrries. 10c per 4|t. ahhane. .U^c per lb. (iiKc Meat, 8c per lb. ncltcd Hickory Nuts. Hit cider. !°nc\. candy. loarhoun«J Candy. IYSTERS. KINDER BROS. HANULIi 1HH BEST ('KADES OF III s SUFI (0|L Ortl ers receive Prompt «enti ion. I'ree delivery. 11111II MUM I ^—6 ^or^ ^8 Sardines, Nansen brand 18c, two for 25c. lb can salmon, RED 15c, nice in tomato sauce, I lb cans. ciscos, smoked sturgeon, speckled trout, pickled shad. Arr1\ In-fmm tie- eaut Piw«t-ii:'T N.i l,arriv»* Way fr.-t».*ht No. arrives Pr.'Urlit No 73, arrives Trains w'«t N«i '.«7, Mti'M, N. tirrlvet NO.X'l, ma uve you that our tock is large and lat everybody can lave their own loice as to odor. UR PISH Have Just Arrived, ^a®* UB (Eljc flatly feaber MADISON, DAKOTA. T1 FHDA Y, MAKCH. 12. 1W1. U»»l Tla§* Tall* Of th* i, ilwn'ik* arul ft Paul ritlwif. which took Miiitlay, ul) .*y, Trnlrifi .it .•Hct l'« s, Wu) fr» U-lit No. :•», ij-j.nrt'i Fr«'l(jht N" I, l»iartii 10:40 a. 4:-Jfi a. ft: I" p. ni itiVi p. "Ji p. ra 4:15 a. ...» «:"0p.in a. tn Triln* Ti'irtfi N o n i V A n r. No.jin, srrU-c Fr« U'tit, No dr|»rti. 7 V. a. KflnM. arrhf. S:»p.m All trtlns art* Mind*). K I». AMPHKLI., Local Agei.t THE CITY. LOCAL NEWS. II. 1*. Smith r.-tuni.-il fr.ifcjioux Fall -. Hamilton, Cable. Kingsbury pianos, nt Heiwm'*. New advertisements Tin- Fair. ('hri Sehutz. Sewing machine needh~. supplies at fi. F. ItfiinrtiV. l^eave your «rd»T for sheet music at Hcnson's music store. Sixteen (MHitids granulated -ugar for #l.at 1). MKinnon's. Iver Brorby took the evening train north for Minneapolis •«», Ikfk went to Flundreau and back on to day's train-. Weather fore«-Hf»t: Kain or -now To nifht: Wednesday fair and eolder. Arrivals from the west on the morning train .1. A. Shimerda of Howard and A «. Schmidt. A »»irl was lorn to Mr. and Mrs. Peters in the north*- -t part «f t»\vn Sunday night. A marri.i^e license issued to to day \V. S. timwlroad am! l.iz/.ie Killion. both of Lake view town«hi|. Ketfi-tered at the Madi«m: H. I' Cord?, and T. S. Hamilton of Oldham and K. A. Kniuht of Kjimona. I ll,, younjr ladies Shartm aoeiety of the Lutheran church will meet Thur daj evening at the rc~idea'e »f Aurim Nelson. 11. Mfl^ean of llnwiky and J. W. ('ramton and Win. Hailey of Clarno were r«^iist«'retl at the Lake Park for dinner. Mr. sod Mm K W. i'oughran. of I'alU who have lieen the guest* of |r and Mr-. Kil«*s for a day or two returned home. (s« ar Korhler has ngagiNl a liuteher and meat cutter »s Iih market, fr red Knight of liide|K*ndeiMH\ Iow a, an e*|»o rieneed workman. During the month of Mareh. one third olT on all s|M'ctne!es pun-hawti at iny .tt.re. Satisfaction guaranteed. Kye* toted free. I MI. W«*m1. Albert Olson and.lohn Hever appeared before Justice lloldridge last evening nnd paid their tines and cost*. #10.7.» each, for fast «lriving«»n the streets. 1. P. lloldridge A- Son have added real estate to their law business and an nounee a choice list of South Dakota land from which to make selections^ Mav wheat closed yesterday, at eiy opened today at 71highest, closed at 74. Local market, wheat. No. 1, till No. 'J, f*» flax, ifL40 barley, .W. Arrivals fn.m the ea^t. J. .1. Salt Lake City, Mrs. K. Inhere can I get the best PANT in the city for the money? BURNETT & CO., WE HAVE IN CANS, The common saying, "we have something just as good," should not be listened to be LuSe the salesman that makes this assertion has Lobsters, cove^oysttrs, Sardines, salmon, Clam chowder. SALT FISH, Salmon, herring, Mackerel, white fish. OPERA HOUSE. COMING 16-PEOPLE-16. »«•«. Attorney Casserly and A. II. Wright of W« •ntworth drove up to the county seat thi morning, the latter returning on the 10:40 a. ni. train as did also Mi-s Lily Zimmerman!! who had been vi-it ing friends here for a day or two. A general invitation is extended to all by the ladies' board of the cemetery as sociation to a supper to be given Wed nesday. March 1.?. from to S o clock, at at the home of Mr?-. Dan MoKinnoiv Come and a-sist this most worthy cause. Supper 1*» cents. Peter Marquart ha- taken the contract to lay cement sidewalks in front of and within D. MeKinnon's new residence pro|»erty on upper Egan avenue. These walks will lead to and around the hou and even back to the barn, making vc neat and attractive grounds. A. K. Lyons, who has liought into the feed stables here, will sell at public auc tion at his farm one mile north and one half mile east of the Vermillion cream ery. in Orland township. Tuesday. March l'.i. all his live stock and farm machin cry, of which he has a lotifl Mat. W ». Lee will furnish the oratory, Mitchell Republican, 8: Henry No hie, who is a member of the loard of directors of the Hig Stone Chautauqua, -tates that at a meeting of tht* board a short time ago. a new suj»erintendent. Mr. Keith of Ortonville. Minn., was elected tt» the place (H'cupied by lvev. C. I',. Hager for -oine never seen the goods he is talking There is always the best in everything and we have it. Ur\l 1Ta JTV11 ^1 I ^1 \J i ED. REDHOND In the High Class Comedy Prince Romiro. 0 01 IMMOIC0 ham, wife of the new restaurant man, who arrived with his good* last week. The young child born to Mr.and Mrs. Simpson Sunday morning died last night and also the one week old child of Fred riinple in the -outhea*t part of town. Arrivals from the north wcr.* L. D. Miller of Oldham and Henry Joues. The latter reports hi* daughter, Mrs. I^anglie of Lake Pre-ton very low. but resting well and they think now on the safe road to recovery. Peter Laiwr of the northeast part of the county came in to the hospital to day for treatment. Dr. M. C. S-herieck erof Kri-tol was a vi-itor at the ho-pital to day to witness an operation upon oi.e of hi~ patients for appendicitis. time. The new sup erintendeut will •••Mnmence at once to M-(ure the talent for tha a»wmh|jr neat -ummer. .James Hy/er of Franklin, a single man. years of age, died this morning of congestion of the brain. Mr. llvzer was in town yesterday aad not feeling well about the head consulted a physi cian who feared brain fever was inimi nent. Mr. Hy/er did not get home but stopped at Frank Hammer s where he afterwards became unconscious and passed away. Deceased was an estima ble young man. -on of Mr. and Mrs. A T. lly/.er. who live to mourn his loss handl giving the complete list, we will quote you a few prices to give a general idea of our immense stock. Watch for the Date. The funeral will take place from their residence in Frankiia township at 1 p. 111., to morrow. The very best evidetiee of spring that we have s,.(.n this year is a branch from a jilurn tree with a dozen fully developed blos«jUis upon it. brought to this office thia morning by County Commissioner Bingham. The blossoms, however, ttfere not developed outdoors, but they are a curio-in nevertheless. About two weeks ago Mi's. Bingham desired to prop up a house plant and broke otf the plum branch for the purjose, inserting it in the flow 1 pot beside the plant. To her surprise the plum branch proudly put forth it-blossoms and looked upon carefully nursed hoyse plants as much as to say. !et onto my shape go and do lita**wise." It follows the ting. Manila. l\ I. The sohiiers eomir.tr here aek lis to order Uo'ky Mountain Tea. speaking highly of this reined} By steamer, ten gross. MizeUaux Co. FKVNK SMITH. Tiie lingei i:.g cough following grippe calls for One Minute Cough Cure. For all throat and lung troubles this is the only harmless remedy that gives im mediate results. Prevents consumption. COOK SMOKED FISH, White fish. 0»0000i• Hunt & Colgrove. the A: Om r. BUSINESS NOTICES. li'K. ICK. Ice delivered to any part I of the city 'Phone,*J. llruHF.u. Dspecialist, RKAL KliTA'l BHOS. K. .1. H. JOHNSON, eye and ear of St. Paul, will be at the 1 iiie Park hotel 011 the 28th. 2!*th and .'lOth, ami April 1st. ami will be glad to meet those desiring his services for such disease* as come within his specialties. K. We shall add deal ing in real estate to our 'other busi i For some time past we have been procuring a list of lands that would meet the wants of homeseekers. We lu .e succeeded. We are agents for sev eral hundred quarter sections of land s 1 littered through many counties in this state, including Lake, ranging in price from per quarter section to per acre. It is useless to have lands for sale unless you have buyers. So we have advertised extensively in the states •ast of us. Already we have many in quiries from prospective buyers. We will buy and svll on commission both ci'y and country property. We will rout and care for lands and houses. If you desire to buy or sell either country or city property, give us a call. Come and see us and see what we can c|o. P. D. lloi.nunx.K Llaundry AUNDRY. A SON. lITY residence lots for sale, ^fl.r» to If-JOO. E. SllKllllAN. If eHB you want tirst-class work, ami prompt delivery, patronize the Madison Steam laundrx O. T. FILI.KU. Halibut,] Herring. WHOLE CODFISH, Middles, 2 lb boxes, clear of bone, r\ A |VJ J\l\ Masonic Temple 'Phone Call No. W»ion»ttn«o« I'LI.KK, ve to mourn his loss. O. 1.1- OOK I 11\I WALL You appreciate the satisfaction"of hav ing your walls look unlike those neighbors. You reap this advantage by buying from a stock that contains an al most endless assortment. Our stock of PAPERS ianot only large but it contains all" those new effects that permit of an endless vari ety of combinations. *. With panels,Jstripes, ingrains, tapestries, etc., in all colors, in!• dividual schemes and ideas THAT ARE extremely effective can be worked out. We can help youjwith suggestions as well as by the extent of assortment and fair nose of price. Our stockjof WallPaper is DIFFERENT from the ordinary, as much better as dif i ferent. The decoration of your walls can 5 also be different if you see us about LADIES, and all the^late styles. FRICE, $3.50. U n e u a e o i e s n e a n n JACK RABBIT LINE. 1\I 5 rof your w I I it. FRANK SMITH. IM —f We know that you have read the advertisements of this justly^ famous Shoe in the'maga zines and we ask you to come in [and see the shoes. We have them in PATENT LEATHER THE FAIR. Counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch "1 had a running sore on my leg for Hazel Salve are liable to cause blood seven years." writes Mrs. das. 'orest of poisoning. Leave them alone. The Chippewa Falls. Wis., "and spent original has the name DeWitt's upon hundreds of dollas in trying to get it the box and wrapper. It is a harmless healed. Two Itoxes of Banner Salve en and healing salve for skin diseases tirely cured it." No other salve so Unequalled for piles. healing. COOK A OOKE. CUIUS. SCHVTZ. O DKE UIUS S NOUGH SAID. CHI-TZ.