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C?A have had no trouble whatever in pleasing our CUSTOMER. this spring, because the customer has found out that our stock contains the guest selections in the city, and that prices are right, just ask your neighbor, you will be sure to find one that has bought Wall Paper from the our Corner Druggist Chris Scbntz THIS IS WHAT WE BAKE. White Bread (Vienna). cream Loaf, (iraham. k\c, home made. Buns, cinnamon Roll a, Diamond IMH TIM Ttll* 1 rv .Milwauk* and 81. "•'V ,i -til No, t«, -t!nrO*!!riVW# tj'I'K '•»\arrivet! lr.: J0!' Iftfr*- |r_ V. mai.j. e Ship so forcefully WE OFFER FOR Coffee Cake squares, German Coffee cake, 5c. (linger Bread. Jdl Uoll 10c. Iced Squares 5c i.a\er, bar, sponge cake. Ansrd iood & Devil food, cream Puffs, Crescents. fried cukes, home style. Cuts, Cocoanut Macaroons, and 7 kinds of Cookies. CINDER BROS. WE HIE EID1 HI. Paul raliwajr, Sunday, March «7, 1W0J. •*. 10:4«ia. ilxpait*... 4:«e».n» l'srta &:«» p.n •••lefhim t'i.' Himt— N''. 3:'iS i. n tNo.tc., arrlfM..... StiiOp.m K"! pr: 4:wp.m P*n lo:»i 7:4fta I. 'irrtw* & p. Nc. art» dally «ic*pt ^iindAy. *, PDL'TU U4S0VA. I:^I)AV, ,, bump P. ••aMPHKLL Local Aa-nl. patly genber MAV, 0. lSK)i. THE CITY. LOCAL HEWS. Generally fair to "'fit lay. "th«T forecast lllci V 8 "'"nth buys a high grade piano I'. BettSOl). ONLY A Cotter, an von xnaif _m Sa U ^J^ SPRING & SUMMER the newest and jauntiest effects In Walking Skirts. The high whool alumni will meet this •tening with Mrs. Jns. Regan. ('has. Guttsehalk, of Aberdeen, Went PijK'stone, returning to morrow. Young ladies of the Lutheran soci ety meet with Mm, N. Bjornstad this evening. (). T. Thompson went north to Bradley on the emming train and Mr-. West to Win red. Three second hand organs, taken re eently in trade, for sale at a bargain.- B. F. Benson. Arrivals on the train from the north: Mrs. C. 15. Kennedy, J. W. DavUon, ,J. M. Bast, Ramona. 1 Mrs. Meerve.' mother of Mrs. Dr. Files, went to Sioux Falls for a few day* visiting with former friends. Registered at the Lake Park. Mrs. Me Kef and Mrs. Dziew.-anowski of Woonsorket. A. F. Milliganof Aberdeen. Pat Fleming'* elegant new street sprinkler arrived on board the cars last night and is now doing service on the street.-. According to DeSiuet dispatches, Howard Boyd of thi- city has been re elected to the principalship of the De Sniet schools. During the month of May, Geo. Cook will make special prices on jewelry, in eluding watehes. docks, silverware, also Louwelsa pottery, etc. July wheat closed yesterday in Min neapolis at 7.1:8 opened to day at 7 F'(i highest, 7:1' closed at 7*«„. Local mar ket, wheat, Xo. 1, Xo. 2,52. A picked nine of the Ijest ball players in the city undertook to score tallies on the diamond yesterday with the high -chool kids and the latter knockcd them iut to the tune of 10 to Excursion tickets will be sold at a rate of one fare and fifth for the round trip on the Milwaukee road to the athleti*- and oratorical contests at Mitehell. S. I).. May to 24, tfckets good to return on the -JOth. Went worth F.nterprise, 8: Henry Dilly who lives seven miles south is talking of putting up a telephone line to town. It will be a great convenience anil no doubt it will soon pay for its c«»^t. There will be several stations on the line at intermediate |M)int«. Wentworth village election piwd without incident Tuesday last, a vcrj light vote being east. The officers elect are: I'has. Smith. (ieo. Judge. Charles Power, trustee- J. Johnson, clerk M. W. Stilt s, trcaaiurcr John Klai-sy, tnar-hal B. Weerta. a^aor Spear, justice. e Every eaQyt0 in the latest Before doing your summer sewing don't failjto see our line of Ladies' and Children's Muslin Underwear. T. Helgerson of Canton who ha- Mt-n the guest of X. Bjornstad for a few 'lavs returned home. Miss iibbs, assisted by her mu-ie pupils, will give a recital at the Lake Park to morrow evening. W. W. Five year oid Tommy „f John Sehultze. fell backward into the cellar area on the south side of Ie i Jillivray's store this morning, and had a hard fall. Examination by the doctor revealed no bones broken, and rau a Sclniltze. son on the head the iUtk M1"*' pears all right. ttl Coin.... Antiw: Tlu- Ttnpr V.« deavor convention comprising the deavor s»K'ieties of Flandreau Wentworth. Matlinon, Kamona will me Kn Colman, Bethel aint »et in Wentworth the tfith and Kith of June. The executive Artlnir Sl«T«i" of Olu.o... M"1''"" of \V,.,lW,r«ll.nu-t in I last Sunday ami prepared a program. T.H.Odell ||„. Jo:,I to and eighteen ,„h,r farmers h»v, ,,ra.-li.-ally i PerchiTon hor^e. Ne^i, Flir piticcnt "Tuni n 1 1 1 n ToZm1 people EAT OUR ^de suits) that please the Don't forget to see GRAND DUC HAT You Can't Help But Think of Spring shades, from chased from the McLaughlin Bros., im porters, of Columbus, Ohio, and for some time back on exhibition-at C. M. Klotzbach's barn in this city. He will be kept the last three days of eaeh week in this city, Mondays at Ramona, and eLcwhere in thectmnty tli- rest of the week. Tlier e is more Catarrh in thin section of the country tiuin all other iincases put together, antl until tlie last few years v. as supposed to he incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and pres -ribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, ami therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 1\ J. Cheney tv Co., I'oledo. Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken intern* ally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful. It acts directly oi. the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They otfer one hundred dollars for any cast- it fails to cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheney .v Co. Toledo, O Sold by druggists. 7."» cents. Hall's family pills are the best. DoWitt's Little Karly Risers search the remotest parts of the bowels and re move the impurities speediiy with no discomfort. They are famous for their erticacy. Easy to take, never gripe. Cook a Odee. WILL NOT STOP WORK. British Miners' Conference fteachaa a Decision. London, May 9.—British miners have decided against a stoppage of work, the conference having adopted the following resolution: "The miners having been told by the chancellor of the exchequer that the export tax on coal will be paid by the foreign consumer and that there are no reasons why it should affect the workmen's wages and believing this to be the reason the house of com mons so strongly favored the tax. this conference does not see its way recommend a general stoppage work, but recommends that If any min. Ing district is asked to submit to a ductfon of wages, consequent on t':. tax. a general confcrence be called to determine whether the whole of the miners of the country should be laid Idle until the reduction la will: drawn." The resolntifm further condoms th tax and repndintes the allep i collusion between the miners an! owners to eauae a general stoppage of BRIEB BITS OF" NEWS. A general strike of building trader. Is imminent at St. Paul. Fire at Augusta. C.a., Wednesday, caused a loss of $."»00,000. John M. Carroll, who was a member of the Forty-second rresa, is dc:r' at Johnstown, N. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kriukie. an as couple residing near Packwauke\ Wis., were struck by lightning and in stantly killed. The revenue cutters Thetis. Bear, Manning. Hush and Grant have been ordered to comprise the fleet fcf the Behring sea cruise. The statement that the state depart ment has delivered a new Isthmian canal treaty to the British ambassador Is officially denied by Secretary Hay. Educate Toar Bowels tVlth Ciunrctt. Candy Cntlmrtif. cu»-t' constipation forever. 10c, 25c. If C.C.C. attempt H\VE tail, druggists refund money. An Efteniiivr stork K»lwr Tell* Haw t«« Cure Scour* in Win.* Abbott, of Tyndall. S. D.. quite an extensive stock raiser, has for a number of years used Chamberlain s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for scours in calves and says he has never known it to fail. He gives a tea spoonful in water as directed on the bottle for an adult man, after each operation of the bowels more than natural. L'sually one dose iM sufficient. For sale by all druggists. department' is crowded with the display of NEW SPRING ME*. wear apparel" for women, our stock never before demonstrated Jour leader- No matter what you have heard about Silk Waists you Are the very things to catch haven't heard the best part of the story until you hear about OUR WAISTS. We have them fancy of good dressers. -T1$3.75 tO S6.00 AMERICAN METHODS, I British Iron Men Must Adopt Them or I Quit Business. London, May 9.—The annual meet-, ing of the Iron and Steel Institute com ru nced during the day. It is attend" by ail. the prominent engineers in Great l'ritain. while almost all th American engineering centers are rep resented. Andr*v Carnegie being e o n o s e e s e n e n e w i i nt, William WhithiW, devoted al most all his remarks to American methods, dealing Great Britain would be compelled to adopt thim. He said: "We shall have to fight mti' harder in the future to retain our proud position." The principal paper at the open'ne session was read by William Garr tt of Cleveland, who prefaced his re marks by declaring Great Britain s supremacy In the iron and steel trade, to long held, was now lost. He thn went into a detailed comparison of th methods of British and American roll ing mills, with no flattering deductions for Great Britain, and concluded with d- laring that if the British steel mak er- did not follow the example of the Americans by combining and also by only manufacturing at points most ad vantageous for shipment and using the most economical methods the manu facture of iron and steel would become a lost art in Great Britain. Manufact rers here, Mr. Garrett clared. mu?t now spend sufficient money on mills or machinery, adopt American methods at some of th modern plato mills in Great Britain and mark the increase in the outp ir. To say the British workman cannot be as activ- and energetic as the American workman is entirely wrong. Bow Are Toar Kidney* Dr. Hobbs' Sparairus Pills cure a!i kidney Ills. Svn* pie free. AJil. stcrhiii: lU'n:i'Jy C-' C&.eatfo or M- V. '*1 have been suffering from Dys pepsia for the past twenty years and have been unable after trying all prep arations ami physicians to get any re lief. After taking one bottle of Kod-l Dyspepsia Cure I found relief ami am now in better health than I have l»»-n for twenty years. I can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure too highly." Mrs. C. W. Roberts. Xorth Creek. Ark VOU SEEX those SOMEat Rhouse, patent »r vard? screens at the L. Latnbiuml 'OR SALE. Two teams work horses. D. F. Pox p. Tisting HE PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex under the firm name of Ander son A (Gregory is this day dissolved by mutual consent. E. E. Gregory retiring. All obligations of the late tirm wil. be paid by X. L. Anderson and all accounts owing the tirm will be paid to him. Dated Madison. S. D„ May S, UHM. N. L. Anpkrsox*. E. E. UHK«.,iKY. OOMS TO REST over McGillivray s store. Mus. M. J. McGu.un D: I:ay. good second hand furniture for sale Archer's Repair Shop. esidence for sale. 8 room laundry, cistern, well, barn, granary, and four ami a-quarter lots, with orchard, shade trees, fence, side walks. etc. Blanche avenue, north, Madison, S, D. Rkv. X. M. Mixnk. ICE. IOE. Ice delivered to any part of the city. 'Phone, Jr 3 the OUR TAILOR MADE SUITS eye and UaUU ing in price from Tng^nprkeTrom DAN McKINNON. i de Cook Jc Odf.f.. Miss Florence Newman, who has been a great sufferer from muscular rheuma tism. says Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the only remedy that affords her re lief. Miss Xewman is a much respected resilient of the village of Gray. X.\ ..ami makes this statement for the benefit of others similarly atHietei I. This liniment is for sale by ail druggists. Skin affections will readily disappear by using DeWitt's VViteli Hazel Salve. Look out for counterfeits If you get DeWitt's you will get good results. It is the iuick and positive cure for piles. Cook A: Oi»kk. BUSINESS NOTICES. Artistic Beauty. Masonic Temple 'Phone Call No. captivate the CHEAP 5C. liAVIXG and team work: trunks,' _etc. 10c scavenger work a specialty. Lake anil red sand for sale, also hard and soft wood at L. Lamb lumber yard. Call 'phone 7:5. W. H. Grineix. Llaundry AUXDRY. 5.V2. HUBUF.IX, BBOS. BLUFFbK helming patronage which proves all we claim. PUDDING and ask for more. It's the Plums in the Pudding (those perfectly tailored, stylish union- public palate, and our pudding is full of these bargain plums inieveiyching in our line. If C5 We $6 TO $15 I iseBESTat lowest Price jujjo(MMoift0 FRESH RELIABLE In Packages or in Bulk. Two packages for Also a great variety of the finest of flower seeds. you want first-class| work, and prompt delivery,' patronize the Madison Steam laundry. O. T. Fi LLEB. (IcrrUE MAT BOARD. A full line at Archer's repair shop. REED your mares to THOMAS W. »red. regist* For further information standard bred. register Xo. IH •ee A. W. Pruin at Dr. Clough's. TV residence lots for sale, #15 to 200. E. Shkkipan. to gainsay our statement or dispute our claims, backed as they are by an over- jf U N E & O mm S\ Of any home will be destroyed by inharmonious wall decorations. No matter how tasteful and luxurious the furnishings of an apartment may be, if the wall paper is not in keeping with the appointments, the effect will be thoronghly disagreeable. The best decorators in tilt world cannot get happy results from poor paper. We have the most artistic and desirable wall papers. We know they are worthy. For they are ^Pittsburg Wall Papers. Have yon seen this Spring's beautiful and exclusive designs. FRANK SMITH. iKtrnxftopOflnrQT- GARDEN SEEDS. OF ALL KINDS. TOM CAREY. Chtrifthed Awarded Medal Parte Exposition FOli SALE HY tR D.KI UTH.