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I jsKss.'sry'jM
I ....COOLERS....
for there is refuge here lor a er
to.
little money.
Negligee Shirts
[FRC^L
50c 75c $1.00 $1-25
BALBR1GGAN UNDERWEAR
25c 50c 75C
THIN
HOSE
Plain or Fancy,
15c 25c 75c
Sl'M.'lHR SI SPl-M)ERS & BELTS
25c
to SUM
£i)c gaily
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Th- late Senator Kyle had $15,*A
life insurance. His total estati
including in-urance is nearly c'.'iI.I«*t.
Receiver Conklin of the defunct Can
ton state bank says L. II. Larsen and
Mrs. F. II. Bacon are doing all in their
power to augment the assets. Two
farm* and a large house not legally the
property of the bank have been deeded
to it increasing the assets about -?*v"0n.
The supreme commander of the
Kndo.vment Rank, Knight* of Pythias,
made the startling announcement to the
supreme lodge of that order in Chicago
this week, that there wa* a deficit of
^2,.1.2'iT in their treasury. It is gen
erally known that this condition of
affairs has been brought alwnit by the
misappropriation of funds by the head
officer*, and was discovered by an in
ve.-tigation of the order- condition by
the insurance commissioner* of Illinois
Connecticut and Kansas,
James Kennedy, the man who stabbed
Rudolph Steven.-, the Klkhorn brakr
man five weeks ago has been tried and
sentenced to the penitentiary for three
y*,*rsat hard labor. Kennedy was given
an t4-'ortunity to plead guilty before
trial &n receive one year, but he is a
hardened criminal showed no contrition,
refused to plead was tried and found
guilty, and the judge gave him hi* de
serts.
tlof. Herried pas-ed through Huron
on his return to Pierre. Tuesday, and all
efforts to learn from him the name of the
successful candidate for the United
SOnatfrship Were unavailing. He
stated that the /ippoitinent would be
made this week and that the selection
would show that it wa* made with a
desire to further the interest* of the
people of the state and with no selfish
motive.
A
delegation from Spink
county called upon the governor and
urged the appointment of Thos. Sterling
of Redlield. A delegation of Huron
business men presented the claims of
Hon. Coo I. Crawford. To both the
governor listened attentively but gave
no intimation that either request would
beeomplied with. Brookings has held a
,m*ss meeting and declared in favor of
Coe I. Crawford and many other towns
in the stab' are voicing their sentiments
to the governor in his behalf but the
$40
.81.00
d.oo
.. i.'Hi I
as"
io
STAHI.. Proprietor.
An echo of territorial days is awakened
by the death at Yankton on the 9th inst.
of Marietta H. Bones, at one time the
leading woman sutfragist and prohibi
tionist of the state. She was later dis
appointed in being made national vice
president for South Dakota of the
suffrage movement, recanted her views
and tried to disrupt the organization.
From that time she disappeared almo.-t
entirely from public notice except in an
occasional tirade against the woman
suffragists whom she seems never to
have forgiven for her downfall in a
public way. Another errratie member of
the family was her brother. Turney M.
Wilkins, formerly quite a prominent
attorney and public character in the
Dakota* in the '70*. Mrs. Bones' hu*
band. Thos, A. Bones, formerly of Web
ster. 8. D., i- now a cl.-rk in the Third
Auditor's offi Wa-hington.
Two of the thieves -II. Parry Scott
and C. C.Cannon who got away with
worth of diamonds from M. Solo
man's shop at Deadwood have been ar
rested and had a hearing before a justice
and the evidence was considered
sufficient to hold them in $1,01)0 bonds
each to a further appearance before the
circuit court.
J. K. Haughton of Sioux Falls it is an
nouneed will establish in this state a
factory fer the manufacture of powdered
milk, which is a common thing in ier
many an article well known in the army
and aboard ships. It is made from
skim milk and Mr. Haughton promise*
to pay M0 cents per 100 pounds for th
milk which add- --ven cent- a pound to
the butter mad-' in this country.
made-to-order
lies in heir.',' turned over to the tender
mercies of bossi*m
Kit is dead sure of the
ship.
Five Hunderd Miner® Out.
Shamokin, Pa., July 12.—Hickory
Ridge colliery, operated by the Union
Coal company, was completely tied up
by 50u men and boys employed by the
company going on strike because a
committee of the United Mine Work
ers were discharged for standing at
the head of the slope and inspecting
miners' carda to see if they belonged
to the union.
TO COVER DEFICIENCY.
Knights of Pythias Insurance Rate
Raised to the Maximum,
Chicago. July 12.—The supreme
lodge. Knights of Pythias, which has
been in session here considering
charges of mismanagement by the
board of control of the endowment
rank, has decided that the most expe
dient way of meeting the deficit of
"In the treasury is to raise the
insurance rate to the maximum pre
scribed by the national fraternal con
gress. If in this way money shall not
he quickly forthcoming it. is likely a
special assessment of 50 cents will he
put on every member of th0 order for
the benefit of the endowment rank.
This will speedily raise $250,000.
The board of control will continue
to investigate the affairs of the en
dowment. rank. The only Immediate
action which will b? taken will be the
instituting of some foreclosure suits
in an endeavor to rescue as much as
is possible of the money said to have
been carelessly invested.
VON HOHENLOHE'S FUNERAL..
Criwn Prince, Representing the Kal*
ser, in Attendance.
^Schillingsfuerst, Bavaria, July 12.—
Funeral services over the remains of
Prince von Hoheniohe took place- here
during the day and were attended by
the crown prince. Frederick William,
representing Emperor William. Dean
Schaedler delivered the funeral ora
tion. The coffin was afterwards borne
to a hearse and conveyed, amid the
tolling of bells, to the Hoheniohe fam,'
ily vault. The crown prince walked
immediately behind the hearse and
beside Prince Philip Ernest von Ho
heniohe, eldest son of the deceased.
Among the mourners were Count von
Posadowsky-Wehner, imperial secre
tary of state for the interior Herr
Thielen, the minister of public works
IJaron von Mirbach, master of the
empress' household, representing the
empress Baron von Ricthofen, min
ister of foreign affairs deputations
from numerous
societies and
of school children.
hich should appeal to those
A line of suits w
most superior garments see these Suits at
Consisting of New
Stripe
actions of the governor all go to show i
that he is but putty in the hand.- of
A.
15. Kittredge ami that the latter gentle
man has the appointment ere this. Mr.
Herried believe? that the public good AN ABLE LECTURE
and corporations,
vacant senator-
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured bv Hall's Catarrh cure.
F" J. Cheney. 6: Co.. Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by the tirm.
West Truan. Wholesale druggists,
Toledo. O.
Walding. Kinnan A Marvin, wholesale
druggists, Toledo. O.
Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally. acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials s*nt free Price o ceuts
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family pills are the best.
Row Are Tour Kidney* ff
Dr Hob!" Sparaaus Pilisctirpall kidney ills. Sail*
pie free. Add sterling KeajedyCu Chicago or S. V.
A
bad complexion generally results
from inactive liver and bowels. Tn all
such cases, DeWitt's Little Early Risers
produce gratifying results.
COOK JC ODEK.
mcciuitea to hull Strength.
Washington, July 12.—Reports re
ceived at the war department from re
cruiting stations show that the five
new cavalry and the five new artillery
regiments have been recruited up to
maximum strength with the exception
of the Thirteenth regiment of cavalry,
which is short only a few men.
BRIEF BITS OF NEW*.
Fire has destroyed the business por
tion of Huntsville, Ills.
Former Congressman A. X. Martin
(Dem.) is dead at Marion, Ind.
The severe storms which have been
sweeping over the country around
Valladolid, Spain, have completely de
stroyed the crops in that vicinity.
ft gtimber
who
SAUNDERS.
An Evening of Musie Interesting
|Presentation of Cane io Pres
ident Smith.
The protracted siege of heat and talent
is having a wearing effect upon chautau
qua audiences except in the evening,
and only a fair audience greeted the
lecturer of the day. Prof, illiarn H.
Saunders, yesterday afternoon, at the
close
of the
musical
The concert last evening of all the
musical talent on the ground, under the
direction of Prof. e G. Kratz. furnished
a lengthy program of great merit and is
highly praised by those in attendance
for variety and excellence of mu*i-al
execution. Prof. Kratz had also pre
pared an intcre-ting feature which is
universally commended and was neatly
ejrecuted during the evening's program.
President Smith had been induced to
preside last evening and Dr. Park* on
the plea of making an announcement,
delivered a very eulogistic speech on the
ability and perseverance of the presi
dent in carrying forward this chautau
qua to a successful issue, and turning to
Mr. Smith presented him with a beauti
ful silver headed cane, suggesting that
as gold was the symbol of the aristo'-ra
ey Mr. Smith would appreciate the!
white metal more highly. The sudden
ness of the event rather staggered the!
president but in time he recovered suf
li .'i( ntly to make due acknowledgment
of the honor. The earn is beautifully
inscribed, "II. P. Smith, Chautauqua,
1901."
A closing program of much interest
takes place this evening, the physical
culture drill and Gay JCenola McC'luren
being the features.
The piles that annoy you so will bo
quickly and permanently healed if you
use DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Be
ware of worthless counterfeits.
I N A E O S
NEW HAND TAILORED SUlTS-$i5
clothes are no more beautiful than our
New Shape
want elegant and str
$ 1 5
COOK & ODER.
Northwestern Flour Output.
Minneapolis, July 12.—The flour out
put at Minneapolis last week, accord
ing to The Northwestern Miller, was
25* ,030 barrels, compared with 152.M5
barrels for the corresponding week of
last year. Superior and Duluth ground
12,300 barrels. With the reduced pro
duction, local mills last week sold
more than they made. There were
some that made good sales for export,
by the aid of declines in wheat.
Condition of French Wheat,
Paris, July 12.—The agricultural de
partment reports that the condition of
winter wheat is very good in one de
partment, good in 28 and fair in 55
departments. Spring wheat i* good
5 departments, fair in 32 and middling
in departments.
If young ladies think seres, pimples
and red noses look well with a bridal
veil and orange blossoms, it s all right.
Vet Rocky Mountain would drive them
83 cents.
away.
FRANK SMITH,
$18 $20
DEPENDABLE BUSINESS SUITS==$8 to
Cheviots and Worsteds, Cassinicres, Serge, and Ciays.
carefully tailored garment.
PRESIDENT CANED.
Y PROFESSOR
i
program. His sub­
ject, The Mind Life, was a deep one, and
in good voice and form he handled it
entertainingly. His object, he said, wa*
to stimulate the hope everyone has in
him of better things, not increase their
ambition for mere material possession*.
The conspicuous thing in mind life is
the power of thinking, the one thing of
all
things we can never forget to do. It
i* healthful and intellectual and the on
ly enjoyment, the indulgence of which
does not bring pain if not allowed
to
dwell upon the past but upon the better
things of the present and the futur.
The second thing of importance to be
considered in the mind life is it* environ
ment. Use the 1 e-t of all accumulations
of thought that comes from others. Man
delves in science to procure facts, phil
osophy deduces ideas from these, art
paints or construct* them into fabrics or
monuments of skill. All this becomes
practical. To benefit by your thoughts
on any subject, practice writing your
thought*, making the record concise and
accurate. We are too much given to
contemplation and not enough to aspira
tion. All people have powers within
them of which they are not conscious
anyone could do more than he does if
he tried. The mind of man is not infin
ite. but only less than infinite, therefore
he should strive. The achievements of
to-morrow are beyond the dreams of to
day.
I SILK GINGHAMS,
ORGANDIES,
ON THE DIAMOND.
Western League.
At Kansas City, 15 Denver, 9.
At St. Joseph, Colorado Springs,
6,
At Dei Moines, 9 St. Paul, 3.
At Omaha, 7 Minneapolis, 8.
American League.
At Boston, 6 Philadelphia. 13.
At Cleveland, 4 Detroit, 7.
At Washington. 1: Baltimore, 5.
At Milwaukee. 4 Chicago, 5.
National League.
At Pittsburg, 1 Boston, 0—'Twehrt
innings.
At St. Louis, 3: Brooklyn. 1.
At Cincinnati. 0 New York, 3.
At Chicago. 2 Philadelphia, 6.
DeWitt's Witch Havse! Salve ehould
be promptly applied to cuts, burns and
scalds It soothes and quickly healsthe
injured part. There are worthless
counterfeits, be sure to get I eWitt's.
Cap,. 0»~~
t0
$22-
w *i ^UA*'mi ail
Hand-Tailored
crcations.
COOK & UUKI
Special Train Excursion to Minne
apolis and Minnehaha Falls.
Via the Chicago, Milwaukee A St.
Paul It'y, on Saturday and Sunday, July
13th and 14th.
Special free programme: Balloon
ascension and parachute descent at 1:'50
p. m., by Madame De Leon, of Rock ford.
111.
Band Concert and Musical Entertain
ment at 2 p. m.. in Minnehaha Park.
Baseball Game at '2p. m.. Chicago
Marquette.* vs. Montevideo at Minne
haha Baseball Park. General admission
free only to holders of excursion tickets.
Admission to grand stand, 2" cents.
Also numerous other attractions at
Minneapolis and Minnehaha Falls and
excursionists are assured a pleasant
time.
The special train will leave Madison at
7:3) p. m. on Saturday July RJ, and re
turning will leave Mfnnea(toli* at 7:00 p.
in., Minnehaha Falls at 7:20 p. in., Sun
day the 11th,
Fxcursion tickets will be good going
and returning only on above train and
date.
Round trip rate from Madison $1.00.
Special notice Sleeping car.* will be
attached. Reserve berth* through tick
et agent at nearest station. Rate for
double berth accommodating two i«-ople
12/10 each way.
For further particulars apply to the
ticket agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee
&St. Paul railway.
Notii-c to ('r'litur(.
of OI»* Jf-iiwiii ami Si.Tfi! .Jenpon, hif
wit)*, both Ic'»'hrcmI Notireic hereby given by
the iiixlTPii'iieiJ, administrator of the er-tiitt*
of OIk .li'iiron mixI SiurrH Jeiipofi, j,,*
wife, both flfci-iiFfil, to tlin rrcfiitorp and nil
PfiiiH havini: biiiii^ iitraiiift the .Iw.-UHt'd, to
exhibit tlu'iii, witli the iiftei-rury voucher?, within
four inontliH after the fir*t publication of thi* no
tice, to the Hud administrator at bin home in
Winfred towns-hip, Luke county, K.
Cheviot and Worsted Suits.
If
you want the latest and
Uvery Suit a perfcct fitting and
0r
lo
lliuif I'rdnlil, hiH attorney, nt Mnd^on, in the
county of I.ake, stut«* of fontli Uukotii
Jluted Madison, S. ij., .Julv ]|, im|
A K S O I .SON,
Adminietrutor of the hetiite of Ole .Jeneon and
Sirred -It-urnm, his wife, both dec•uace»J1
Notice to Creditor-'.
h'tatp of Roderick I. Mc-illivniv, dewaiieed
Notice I* hereby «iv«n by th* underxigmHl,admin
iHtrutor of the estate of Roderick I). Al( Illivr u
decejii-ed, tf the creditor* of and ail person* h.Vv'
lamiH n^uinct the Haul d-cea^'d, to exhibit
them, with the nectary voucher*, within four
inonthH after the tlrnt publication of thin notice
to the naid administrator, at hi- place of
denc«, or lit the otlice of .1, II W
r»'M
...minhon, nftor
S. U.
"*0' HHUl HHtnti-, in fill- OUhfV Of |. tkh
Uutfilat Malison,
Administrator of the E*UU-of Ko'SiVui.Yctiil
livray, dtne.wi.
SHIRT WAISTS.
I The largest and most varied line of Shirt Waists ever seen
Madison. The array is dazzling.
and every other conceivable style, quaility and pattern
lars and Cuffs. Also white shirt waists in profusion.
we nave 20 if sot waists af nil wi mate a spiM].
THEY ARE BARGAINS.
i
Belts, Ties, Kid Gloves, etc., and the
When you want a modern, up-to-date
physic, try Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They are easv lake
and easant in effect. Price,
an,|
you good.
life „„,i viK,,r i uS' M& Tn mM*
that make, we.k niei
mwovcs:
V
QUEEN QUALITY SHOE
the only shoe in the city for ladies
dren's Shoes we are Ion? and in Men's
SWl
STRAW HATS.
(inoujjh shapes to fit any
MERCERIZED GINGHAMS,
DIMITIES, BROCAILLES,
Soft Col-
J. J. FITZGERALD.
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IT PAYS
And look over the new things in
I Worsted & Wash Dress Fabrics
All the latest things for W aists, Summer Dresses and
White Goods. All over effects including Embroideries,
head —even
bald ones. Straw Hats from 5c to $2.Sy
HOT WEATHEK
....CLOTHING...,
We've a complete stock ol "feather
w eights" for you to draw on.
FLANNEL GOLF SUITS,
CRASH SUITS,
ALAPACA COATS,
WHITE & FANCY VESTS,
Unlined Serge Coats & Vests.
Come in and see our thin things.
in
TO CALL
Laccs.
footwear,
we excel.
THE LATEST PATTERNS IN
CMWflE $ WISHES
And our Grocery Department is Complete.
We handle the only flour, "MADISON I-CLII'Sf ."
we have some left to dispose of at a bargain. Now is the
time to buy if you are in the market for anything in that line.
Our prices w ill relax the tightest of purse strings
O O K & O E E
Vjto
Sample® free at the drug stores.
cents.
wish to truthfully state to vou and
the reader* or tbene few lines that your
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is without ques
tion, the best and only cure for dys
pepsm that I have ever come in contact
with un«l I have used many other
preparations. John Beam, West Mid
KfJrM* l,roI,Hr«t'»H equals
jV 1 Djspepsia Cure as it contains all
the natural digestaiits. It will digest
all kinds of fU(»,i
thit° on *?h
(.an j1(,|p jM|t
in
C. H. MORSE.
Chi!
)0SC0«0(
THE SPECULATOR
has gobbled all the good
•II wells, Follow His ex
ample and gobble up this dc
sirable and necessary article.
°ur °UTIN(J UOODS are
pretty well picked over but
Those famoviH little pill*. Ie\Vtt'|
uttlo harly Kinern nmipH your
a n o w e s o o e i u y u s i
l$"w,ll":, Y«»»
(j
COOK & ODEK.
DON'T MB!
a&»=srj5rsss3S
ai..! r,»
s ron7°m?,°mBAO»
ten pounds ». ten day. n
1
you pure, rich blood to recuperate
body. Are easy to take. NVver g'ni'1
COOK A ON*'•
NotfMJtn Owner of LHI^I Uefore T»* D«»d '"H
are liurvby n*"",,.
IVW th I »r November. A. U
i
15
«:""(-rlnd piece or inrc''1
real ttMatr, taxed In the
cpia-.r, (axed In the nain« ..f A M. H-*'
and situated in the count v of l.ake state ol
ilakotM, UN f.'llow#: |,„
plat of the (iiy ,,f Mad!*im, South
IH'V m'T
ilyof Madison, South |)ak«|t».
tot tlx'
said
11 Hll1
I
l"1
'»y 'ho trettoircr of
.1,.i i »a* bir s.lid pure!"1|
«hi»
certitlrato of pnrcba*"
lawful holder of the
ph* I
'"''"eiiuont taxes to the
s"""1t'l1'""P«
w,n'
Interest,
ner... wi. rnaklnif totsl
II«r.^r o. and III »''1"
w in, i of th^» notice,'
stii.li interest may arrrue af'pr th
,i*|
th"'
.. ....... .....rest a« may acrrue »fer
iniiHi be paid, and that the r!«ht of rei|ii'll'%|
w
,or
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is noil,
Uod
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