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tbieVp°rtimof
lady
who
fhot"tla's
oi|«rior
new
liiHsii Fruits.
and
SUNDAE'S.
Everything is kept
clean here and no
jies will bother
you.
Chris Schutz
»o*
$ I
I i uays: buy a ijuarter s
th of bread tickets, it is
i laper than baking at
ic. look over our Cake
i CiMtUie stock, littiil cer
i
11
ly
please you. ••Angel
J'"Mlie very
2*K.
y0Ur vacation
UNDER-flUSLlN.
w,shcs to lress
wl11 lnterested in
Fvery gar«tient
ls
|-VCI.
to the best home work at a much smaller price,
have now on
band
haspberry,
strawberry,
PIXEAPPL*
the best of selected
allele fruit which
reserve with our
liE EHEi 50DI
come in and see
them.<p></p>McKINNON.
D.
i
Corner Drug Store.
C'neap Flow
III IMKE BEEF.D CHE8P.
luur has been dropping
I: "ionic weeks past and vvc
e decided to Rive our pa
is the benefit by selling
I i CEHTS A LOAF
k 7 j.o.w i:s row 25c.
ih^'sc prices w ill be cash,
i nut
(.1*
the kitchen these
finest. lite
BROS.
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All|Mirt. .Johnstown, I'h
Ur'dl!t«
Kirl almost ntrai)u',M'
1 l',VV!t"r"U|i. Th
doctors
t'Hii",, V*. 'but nli» WiiS iiiHliintly
Minute Cough I'nri-.
Cook A Om.r..
StTniinH
s
prtl
everything
daintily and comfortably
l|ur
stock
of fine under mu$»
c,eKant,y fashioned, carefully made and
tin ... kflSt home work at a much &maiier nri^ yye
(Tlje lUitUj fenfccr
HAUJ*. «*, sr.', XJI 1MK1TA.
WKDNKSDAY. A1'(IL'ST II. U»OI.
THE CITY.
Local Grain Market.
riu* Mrnii-on u'rairi ii^.-rs have
iopt»'d the following wal' and prir*s
if KrAiu. th latter to change from day
tn day acvordini: to iuarkt«t reports:
Wheat, No. 1 Northern .V»
Wheat, No. "J Northern ."4
Wht*at, No. lb., Til
Wheat. No. i
l!.irl««y HiW40#/ n
itH iv,
r.a*
\Veath«*r fnri a-t: i-'in*rally fair to
rn ^ht a ad Thursday *-iitrht ly ctM.ler to-
:.:K'ht.'
IjiM. betwepii the C'tnetery and town,
i b«»y'* straw hat dark colored. L«»a\{'
at this office.
Sam. M»*y«T ha- -tarted out for him
If in th«* 10 cfiit de'ivrry liite. with two
-iutfU' horse wagoits.
W. II. tiltH'kler. the noted hotel man
IVrrt* w in tbweity in the interr.-t
an insurance comjiany.
\V. H. Dempster an«l family dejiartcd
I the Black Hills where Mr. Dempster
will do two weeks' institute work
I'. W. W«»«K 1 b«*came Iwxikkeeper at
!te mill to day for Coffey A Larkin. and
A. B»*rg*tre-«'r a--um« hi- place at I.
McKinnon's.
September wheat closed in Minr.e.
:tjMili- yesterday at 7112 openetl today
'at ?.M e!o--d nfT't',. The h'r.-he^t
ached wa
Mr. Munro. who work- i: (K. Ken
i .nly place, east of towi. u is jerked
from a maehir ye-teHay a:..i had his
-ideseverely i:.j
Arrivals froui the i. trtii, L. dni.c.-.
Mr. and Mr-.Chri- Schut/. 1 M. Jenks,
i-iiildren and Klmina .let- Mr-. H1
ton, aii«i Mi-- n-Donr, of Ka
nsona.
Mr.-. Hart of Tlandreau .r«i Mr- Kd.
McUee, who have been \i-ith.i.' Mrs.
1'hw. Mcliiv, returned !iM and Miss
»ai.-y iieek went to Minr. .»!.» Lake.mi
tiie east^oinj train.
Will Dixon has s-.ia l.i- l. u-• ..ppo
itetieo. \Vasl:ey'» residence to «iarrctt
l.yons of the*south part of the county
v. ho will move into town ir,
1 and tak'- a position a', tie
n fc-v days
Car^'ill '1.
ator.
K. ii »r-- of l.- roy i- l. v.Untf
n.aterinl for a bans it'by iiii feet. II feet
hijih, over a hi«h stone ba-eiie ht.
latter will b" u-i-d for housing hi
imd the -up. tru.-tur. for
Mxn as returns come in from the bar
vest.
R, i. Mors.- and wife and S. I- Mor.se,
of Princeton, Wis.,arrived on the even
strain to visit their brother.!'.
Morse of this city. Other arrivals
the train from the east wen
Uoyd. ieo. It. Farmer, C.
Lime Springs, low«.
The Odd I'Vllow* thii momiinr h^»««l
their new storeriH
»!snim Kiftll street, u«
,iv,nu.-".nd.i*"*»m
uiiia
expenses"by «omi^Yerfc
ties and. Crash goods.
ii
ei.to
LOCAL NEWS.
t.\e]
i e
coming year is goii ,•
in its history.
All
Tite
-tiH*k
-toring
hay
a id feed.
I Sheriff Iavis is* meeting with promi—
big *uccos« in the* collection of din
uent personal projwrty taxes. Acept
i .'he dead and those absent in body,
nearly all express a willingness to pay as
K.
facing on Egan
l-'irih
sim-t. »h»t i-
to be ill their now bh»ck. to N. D.
iillivray. for five years, and the store
room in the rear i»f the blo.'k.
at ,Il,
on
Howard
Xa.-h, of
J"
Fifth street, to Miss Kate Mueller, who
also rents for live years.
you have been looking wr a s,
'e +vio nhnfl vou want, a so u
a
Vo^p
y
Don't Despair!
High Temperature Doesn't Lower Our Sales.
jt ^or People to come out when 'tis 90 in the shade. Our assortment of hot weather dry goods is
re aD^ u
youn©o _mir vnoatin "so you will find this store the best place jto buy it. If your purchases are of any amount you can
Getting Ready to Receive New Goods.
Summer Goods Going at Cut Prices.
These include our Lawns, Ginghams, Dimi-
These goods are displayed on center counters.
1 he horse of Mr.-. Hotchkiss and Mrs.
Souk" slipped on the ediri! of the gutter
this morning as it wa- being turned
away from in front of MeCiillivray's
•tore, giving the ladie- a bal fright
h.
it fell and became entangled in
the harness and carriage tills. Aid was
juickly at hand and no other damage
ensued. Our street (.'uttero seem to be
in bad condition and the cause of ranch
complaint from our business men.
Scarcely a day passes but some horse
slips in them and falls, breaking more or
le.-s, harnes-. tongues, etc.
liamona Times, pj Xiie followirg
tigures will give some idea of the
amount of business transacted in Ha
mona during the past year ending July
:tl: Freight receipts, poumls
of freight received. pounds of
freight forwarded, ll,4VX amount
paid [for freight forwarded.
number cars of grain shipped. ».'11. Dur
ing July 2 cars of twine, t? of lumber nnd
three of coal Were received. Tile freight
receipts for the month were
£1.1'Jo.
et «ales were about £1M
D. McKINNON.
Tick
The weather bureau'scliinat'" and crop
report for South Dakota for the week
ending Augu-t
12,
is very encouraging in
every respect. Temperature has been
normal with moderatly cool nights, cop
ious to heavy rains everywhere in the
state except jM»ssibly in the range region
west of the Missouri. Harv. -ting of
wheat, oats, rye, barley and speltz was
completed, stacking and shock thresh
ing far advanced and all late crop
e-pecially corn improving wonderfully.
No damage of grain in st.'vk or shock
from late rains is reported.
President Beadle of the State Norma!
school has obtained a year's leave of ah
-enee from the -ehool ami departed ii
morning for Chicago for an indefinite
r-n
President 11- iI" ite.-n
ar- at the head of t.v ifol.
i n»rlc i!
i e
-t
repair
».»tiay,- ii
a y« ar
attend to
•!i are in
•re at ten-
a:, lie say.-, at i o.
•. iveup.-ra'e a:.-1 U~
bu-iie affairs
i r« r:
to r.
|-ri\
j,
t!
ti-'f. t:-an t.
a rry ••. -•::.•••! to,,. S
\V. i iirii'.n i!l i..t• :.ar."
.et ,,i th. uj.ti i'r
die returns at tie- i i -f
year, which «-peu- 'I -.
.'J. The two new in-lru.' or
here shortly are Mi— I
Odell, 111., a graduate i N
univer-ity at Kvaiwton. ar.,i
Ii. l-'or-yth of Minneapoli-. a -r.
the Minnesota univer-ity i i
tion- for rooms already indicate
attendance at the t.ormal i
lie til'
Mi
GOMEZ DECLINES
t..e
-t
v
dormitory, which atvommodatcs ti.nty
more students than the old one. ha v. al
ready been engaged except nine.
young ladies, ami applications f
young men for roo1:.- i:t the old c., i
torv are beginninu' to come in. 'me
new dormitory will Ih« in complete ad
iness for the owning of s?htJol, except
the big tMiiler. for which there ir- iu» im
mediate demand. The interior tini-nmg
and plumbing of the building has b-en
done in a most excellent manner, ami
tiie furnishings will be equally attract,
jvc. It ha been decided also to i' in
agallon cistern to add to the com
fort** of
Eruiitior.P. ruts, buns, scalds and sores
of all kinds quickly healed by DeW itt s
Witch Ilii/el Salve. Certain cure tor
pile® Beware of c.mnt. rfeits. Be suio
you get the original -DeWitt s.
Cdncnte Tonr lloniU With CHBcnrots.
imlv **111 li:»rr i,-. our- ron-t ipat inn fer- .'r
Iiv'-.V. IfC C. I' fail. lrnm:i-is n »ncy.
be3t placa
°^T^n T«t"r ou are wise you wiU come to us 4rs
Sett Down on a Movement to Run Him
for President.
Havana. Aug. 14.—General Maximo
Gomez has addressed a letter to the
lor-al committee of the National party
in Havana, who had chosen him as a
candidate for the presidency of Cuba
and Senor Estrada Palma as a candi
date for the vice presidency. The
eommunication runs in part as fol
lows:
"On hearing what the committee
has done I hasten to say that I must
refuse to undertake such high office
inder the republic. So far as candi
dates are concerned I look upon Senor
Estrada Palma and Senor Maso as
the best selections that could be made
for the presidency and vice presi
dency. Let all Cubans agree on this
important matter and Cuba will have
a «trong and stable government, en
tirely fitted to deal with the external
illations in which Ci,4a will have t.j
exist as a republic."
A movement backed by a r.v.mb^r
of the revolutionary gen, ra!s wa?
started some time ago to endeavor Uj
make Senor Palma the unanimous
choice of the people for the presi
dency*. Simultaneously overture? wer
made to 2-nor Maso with ft view of
persuading him to accept the vi e
presidency. It Is asserted, however.
That thus far Senor Ma?o has de
clined to fail in with this p!an, as he
r.dles upon the negro vite tn elect
him president.
O. O. Buck. Beirne. Ark says: I was
troubled with constipation until I
i-ought DeWitt's Little Early Ri«"rs.
Since then have been entirely cured «f
my old complaint. I recommend then
W
the nnims in th«-1
1. Vla i: MMBKli OF LOTS in the
ry of Madi~on for sale at almost
,\vn price and terms for next
da%. D. D. Hui.hkum.ktheon.
o'l
Ihii
Fextension
E.
dormitory.
Kindles anew the tires of y»uith. It®
the head of the works. The main spring
..f life. lioeky Mo.intain Tea Mao
by
Maiiiaon MuUwiue Co. :j*» cents.
FKANK bMiiii-
CfJ'X).re
ii
U N E & O
in this line at attractive prices. Scan this list carefully and see if it mentions any-
—#—o tuiouuo atabwauuvc pnwa. ouau tuis not uaxciuuy auu oco n mouiiwug
i
COOK & Odf.K.
Tt follows the flag. Manila, I. The
soldiers coming h. re ask us to order
|{ocl y Mountain Tea. speaking highly
of this remedy. By steamer, ten gross.
Miz'diaux C'.
Ft •.ni» Smi
m.
If the Hctioii of your bowels is not
easy and regular serious complication*
must be the tinal result. DeW itt s Littic
Early will remove this danger.
Safe, pe-a-a:.! ar.-l :T etive.
COOK k OHF.K.
"My bui was terribly sick with the
tliarrh t.'' says J. H. Doak.of William's
Oregon. "iVe were unable to cure him
with the doctor's assistance, and as a
last r, s »rt we tried Chamberlain"®folic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. 1 am
happy to say it gave immediate relief
lu.d a complete cure." l'or sale by
ilruggists.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
A
.V S
I being able to longer rent the
un we formerly had oil Egan aven
lie, .-ew for the present at our re~i
dep.
s«-coih1
hou-e east of Baptist
churcli. Mks.
mith.
Mus. Ai.i»in«-h:.S
Hi SALE AT AKClirJl S. A good
tabic.cupboard, upholstered
chair-, two good Ciits, baby carriage, and
isoine fancy pictures.
L. COUBIX. Osteopath. Oraduate
the American J^dioti! of Osteo
p.tt: \. at KirUsville, Mo Otliee over
Burnett Ji: Co.'s »tore.
Tl
Order
bus by 'phone to «n« from all trams.
Scavenger work. Sand for sale, 'l'hone
73,
Fbarn,
W. II. GitixKi-t..
Mt SALK ClIK VI*. o-room house,
good weli an cistern, for
on
easy terms. I*. A. Br.m..
JIarneesmaker.
I TV residence lot® for sale, $15 to
Lauxduv.
I a
and
C'miK&OllKK.
E. SiiKuinA*.
If you want tirst-claes
...dry work, and VromPt delivery,
batroni/e the Matiison Hteam laundry.
O. T. Fi LM K.
[CK. I0B. Ice delivered to any part
of the city. 'Phone,
HrnnKix
HOSIERY.
TO CAN. and now
is the time to
them at
We also have new
White Clover Hon
ey. Try it.
T« V
Keep y ur feet comfortable these hot days by Hearing per­
fect fitting hosiery absolutely fast color.
Our hosiery Department leads In size of stock and assort
ment.
We might add that prices are In favor of the customer as
usual here,
Iv^NTUCKY
WHISKEY a
for Gentlemen
who cherish
Quality-
i
Bros.
n .rood place to trade, don't give up but keep on looking until you find our store. Then you will
The best because you gat
sale nv i-KicK h\i.am
on
Don't Give Upl
th9
D. McKINNON.
Blood Races.
Blood flows throw your veins at a
speed you scarcely dream of runs the cir
cuit of the body every three minutes. 5
What is going to happen if it becomes
impure? Skin eruptions, indigestion and
debility are pretty certain. Perhaps 5
something worse if the condition is un
heeded.
Warren's Sarsaparilla
Cannot fail to purify the blood. No better
remedy can be had, no matter what you
pay.
PRICE $1.00
FRANK SMITH.
Masonic Temple 'Phone Catl N&. I
$
i
4
I
S!acl: & Bolles
make a specialty of reh
Fruits:
Peach#s
Oranges
Pears
Plums
Bananas
Lemons
New Potatoes
Watermelons
New Onions
Cucumbers
and seasonable oi
all kinds. Also
a
complete
line of Family Groceries.
All orders delivered prompt
ly. 'Phone No. 4.
& BOLLES.
i ___J
DON'T 3E Fooleoi
i the genuine, origin*!
genu
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
"»rly by .^taJison
,, cir* i. *t
i titer5 ti Will. Onr trade
ni »rk cut on icn pacVage.
BEST service, the BEST goods, the
-^111 save you time and money.
o i e s
Price, .15 cerit. cr si»t4
it
tute. AnaAccoetnlru.TjwUfc.,sro6t»»norHV
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