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giSHAMAZED
EPL
V
or AMERICAN TOBACCO
to boycott or
BRITISH TRUST.
IG OFFER TO CUSTOMERS
01(t
Four Yeart
1
if Th y W Con, ,e ,0
Tridt With the American Concern.
ritish
Company Offered a Bon,,. o
£50.COO Yearly.
March 21. Ou'l«-n»» tV.m
i* the 1«*»1 representative* of
Tit an Tobacco company. have
\tice of their intent b.n to give
'-:Zl »rt pr-.nt ami
for tho next f°"r J®*1"*
nd»-rtaK«* not to
n
o their customer*.
bled '',0 Associate.! Pff's
March is the Imperial
,company it he llritbh tobac.
.. ... ,, had i*«cd circ ular offer
e hmus*-s to Hit customer* who
kc
4
II American
ir a term of years.
ss j|ii"* American reply to the
I Tobacco eompaay'a attempt
.,tt American KOod*. In a cir
i limited» point out that
vr:a! T'd-aeo company's offer
-.but.' a bonus atnoutitirK to
cannot be compared with the
-ic r. iail rm :ll receive if th- y
1.. 1 ?:i With the American
•. nation.
,m»n. Tobacco company'*
i" the s-'n nation of the
th '.n i n world of Groat
... rnpari»H«*l«Mi." "httip:*j)
au »::iik."
are a few of tho ad
to th»« b»rabsh«-il
1: role assuml by
i: Hide hn* brought thm
.. «r a number t»f inf1u«*n
who r«- opi»osed to the
n
company# boye«»tt
•!," firm tiwnlni many
m-tro(NliH ha* poste
fu al to e*r)ude Awrt
t»f st« Intention to «|t»
..r.tf Imperial braix!#.
PEACE
ONLY DESIRED.
.ss.-- Statement Regarding Condi
tions in the Far Cast.
t.rshun: Mar.h ?1 The Ofll
i tjp-r. in the
^-lan declaration relative t«
i!a!i»-s»» riinv«t)tin. a« om
-.• ».i!h an "fllcial 8tat«T.'. -nt a*
:t-
r:n!
Kovcrtimttit r*T"lv^1
!, irt-rlfft calm lh«« an
th»»
AukI"Japan'
Thp jirln
lpl»»j» ttliirh hav«»
*u«siar hin««- it-.
of K
it
*.r\
-V
Im-k t,
th» i!ixturt»anr««* in China r«v
1 w:!1 r»-raain Invariably. Una
f::
th'- mairiti'tiani »f th«*
r, .• atsd Siitr-trtty «»f China,
(iborlr.jc country, nj:
wrlJ
•a HnKula «b'Hir«\» th«
»»f thi» Htatua quo and
sn th«* Kar Ka»«t. by th«
thf Great Siberian rail
with it* branh lino
'nirla townrds a |*rt al
Hus»:a aids in tho f*x
.» r«*|tiuiiM of the mm
duf-try of th«* %v?ud
I it to h«-r inti i« »«t to
hsta«-U-a at the pn*H«*nt
''«ntl«n fX|iri*H'id by
•iml Ja|«n to attain tlv
whirh hav«» invaria!l
th«. ItiiHNian
kov«t»i
»ith tiothinK but
ih
'•l.
ifi spttr of lh* niiii
i n Hditii *1 xpo. hi" anil
fnr.ijcn n'Ws)),ijwiH,
ii«i«*au»r to (M^«nt in nultf a
iichr tio jmnltion of tb it^
'V'thjh. nt toward a diplomatic
'J in its
W
yt no
fRIENDS
or tOERS.
Would Force an Expression
v
Sympathy.
net"'!1. Man Jl Tho lnm
i n o i I n U
a«bpt«-d n-Holutionp
'""Kn-hs
ahall
'J**'/ ',f 'hi*
.i'
.tni. .i
hi v.?4
Tt,.
i-\|»riw
Amoriran
,n
Tl,
piniplo
IIo«t rt'publicH and
to
uh,.
tholr
iM.r»lrK
,,,visl
!l
11 1
bv \V
NTH
a 8
of sntlm«nt
!T' ,to,b'
,nk,'n-,,u*
i:•^nt.,i
tk
U n n,,
Himpl.v ono of
,Wo
lotiH. our
,r' Xandwll of Toxaa and
'Jtbor i,.. •'•"•"•to oi i oxaH ann
Mr. Sulzir of New York.
on THE voyage.
i,,tn9«r»
of
»ht Disabled Etruria
Unded
'iK.-r-, S"»- Mar.-h L'l.-The
alui ,i' -1.—t'l'ne pan
Uria
havl 7
1
brought thftn
""I,,"10 '^f.ori'H.
°"k
v.»yam.
-»HK
fcr
for tho puteo-
f,"ni
NYw York.
NG 0000
•'"OOREM.
nf'tl ,. *i-— At the
fcfoi.J
'la i »f tho house
TU,a%i» luu ,|,orl 'd tho urmy ap
tl(Jt! ''"IlKn
rivt.r'!M.
umo(
LEGISLATION HHOPObfcD
Action by Congress to Meet Conditions
Like the Merger.
Washington. March 21.—Marr-us
inn. sp. rial rounK. f„r the state of
v'nrir
n,U
o
in
n,",'
K!,Us
illation
«, Donate to Them It. Entire
Crofit »nd t200.000 V«»rl)r Co.
RKn,»"t
maUt of
a« or Minn"Hota in his i( tte
onlv per nt. I'topei i"
nhould. he Kaid. be mab i.
tectlon of Knglish tn-n !:.nt
hatiKP
*ay th. lii-nrral hltuutlon wn
ai hoiizon"
ut
rr
th«« commit
S U ,,nK
«*XprrsHlv
,J''
a
Hf
that i onKroHS
"Pl«»rtunity to net.
If"!'!.
.. '.'1H
w»*
If1'' t-t ,,H
larmdy atlindod
tho
Northi in S,(uriti(s cotajmnv. had a
OUK ronferoneo with Senator Nelson
I'oiigivHsjonal leg-
Mr. Munn presented tho In a
tlffen nt iKht and |»rop«Scd leKi.slation
Jn an entirely different basis from that
proposed by Attorney General
joi!K.
r8
to S^ na-
•or N« l,on. whit h. by the way. have
ippoar« in print an a senate docu
ment. Mr. Munn is asking for th«»
mxsaKc of a bill which will allow a
Itatp to brine action in tho federal
*ourt against a corporation ori ani/.od
n another state and which in violating
ho lawH of the »tato bo rinning tho
teflon.
Attorney Conoral Douglas asked for
in atii"ii4nint to existing laws, whore,
jy the f'*«l ial courts coold be invoiiod
n action by the state against citizen*
jf other M-ite*. Including Citi/etis of
:he Ktato bringing the nuit. This ro
jnent «as erubi .!i«d in iho joint re.no
(Utlon of the Minnesota legislature
tnd Senator Nelson replied that u? der
Jeclsion of the t«i|preuie i yrt and U!!- I
ler Bert Ion 2. article 3. of th* consti.
tutlon. the judicial pow4r» of the Cnif
e«J States do not extend to a contro
versy between a Biato anl fit!, -tu of
the h-ntne .• tate.
Mr. Munii's proimsition In on nm
broader t:iom»-!.* and he asks Tor f.-d
oral legislation that will give jurisdic
tion for a state to bring an action in
th»» federal court* to protest a viola
tion of its laws by a foreign corjKim
tlon. It in understood that a bill will
|m pr«'M-nted by Senator Nelson in line
with Mr Munn's rwomm'-ndatioTj.
REPORTED FAVORABLY.
Dill te Repeal the War Revenue Taxes
Eefore the Sedate.
Wa*htaftcn. Mar- !i
1
Srvn
after
the nerate «onvind dr. Aldrid?.
(hairman of the committee on finan' *.
r« jKirti the bill to repeal war re\ nue
ta\«-H He gave n-itSre that he would
«atl up the meawfir f« deration
shortly.
ConnlsJerat n th*?j *.".a^ r- umed on
th» bill for the proteiilon i the r« p{.
dent of the I if• Static
Mr. tl'taht saoi he -aa* sjot
In oopoh.* to the main results to be
acrompb'* by the pending bill but
it fell *hort. in his opinion, of afford
Intt that complete protection to the
jwexident which he nyht to have.
Mr Mallory -Ma i the projHised
legislation tfi)» :r-o»t Imt^rtant. 1»
»iu nou'l an
i
ally %•. it1.»tit pre
«|ent in the I ,-?.irv *»f the i«mtr
He Mid
tli• !e v a? no
doubt of th"
BERESFOHO la ALARMED.
Oinctistrt the Continued Dectlre in
Er t«sh Shipping.
N. '.r Y Mar 21 Admiral I/*rd
Ch«r:e* at a dinner at th
in xt it ute of Naval Art hitei t« referred
to I he ctine Sn UrUlsh shipping, say
The T: tloM e 1 ojjdon corr- on.!ent
T' ji ear* ago tli«« Hritii»h lt iia or.
pany* had Cse largest tonnage, the
M"M«aur fs Ss«ltimc-}t cairn* n^xt ai
the |Vninfular s:.d Orietnal third
lay th# Itaniburg American line lead.
with the N rman l.loyd se»-on
and third Ten years
the i- .. nw»rcr»ntile
urm« s -r mi ot the .-»•
th« worl'i
!,i»«
marine
i»iSnc of
•it. for
a rat ion
the pr»v
marine.
iX A'
M. appealed to the «iati«»n to «=e- that
th# naval reserve was placed «»n a
more xati#factory biding and then
i trifo th»» audience by de.'daring
that he should go to different towns in
the country and explain the c» udition
of affairn. cveti if th- auth-oif.. .* ourt
trartlal him :t ef tie- r*.
DISAPPROVED BY WOOD.
Twenty Per Cent Reduction of No Ben
efit to Cuba.
New Voii. vnnii .' 'I'vemor
(Mteral W*«»d left Havana for Wash
imcton \V« .Inegday night, an-otdmg t«.
the Ha\aiia
aid. at the rpque.^t
veil.
(jenernl Wood, according
renpoadent. e\preswd his '1,"a,:l',"Vfn
of the bill granting a tariff "l,u
*p lid lit of 'I he Hei
»r •:f 11 i |{o
PLACE FOK
runanlor
i.'u"on Juinb-d ln«ir from
w®*1«'h
Brigadier
th.
DILLON LET OUT
SUSPENDED PROM HOUSC OF
COMMONS AFTER CALLING
CHAMBERLAIN A LIAR.
SCENE OF GREAT CONFUSION
IH.h O..I9„,«ed a. Traitor.
Al, Boer, righting U«*r «h. Bri«.
a Motion to Suspend the Offending
Member Is Promptly Carried.
London, March 21.- On of the live
lieHt scenes witnessed in the house of
common* since the palmiest days of
the Irinh Nationalists ended In the
BUHpejihion of John Dillon. During the
di.« ussioti of South African affairs, the
l.ib.^al leader. Sir Henry ('ampbell
Jlannerman. criticised the minister.-,'
conduct *in utt«'ring malignant slan
ders" in referring to the Liberal mem
hers. The "malignant slanders"
said w.-re made for party purposes.
The government was going from blun
der to blunder in the management of
afTairs ami if this continued "the coun
try would *00 a repetition of the evil
days of the American war."
The speaker uttered a bitter, de
tailed criticism of the government's
treatment of vhe Boers and its miscal
culations, declaring that the honor and
Interests of the eountry were j«i«t as
dear to the Liberals an 1':.. most
HUporellloiis defender of tli. vern
e i o i y a n e I v o
Cdtltinile to protest in th' .»:• of the
righteous and gtneroiis .ns of
the nation against the n the
gov. rnn.ent.
The colonial secretary, Mr. Cham
berlain. in the course of an equally in
cisive reply, said le* depir»»d t" lib
erat'dy accuse 45ir Hei.ry
i
The speaker invltrd Mr
withdraw the expression, bm j'.
ter said
1
per cent on Cuban pr.u u. Ini
ported into the Cuited state^. I
taken this ground -. aUH a miucth'ii
ko
nmall wlH do no good «o u
lie declares, rondudeh the di.patcn.
th.it th
.M-oromic situation in tho il
liberal tariff con
nnd demands more
if the}
or that v lib
regions if they are to be of any avail.! "wesscd^ said he did not bc'i
nil Cubans bope .^munition found in the ruin
,l„. iioboken fire was Intended for
romplcte ..miner, ial r.«clprocity
HJNSTON
Assigned to Command tho Department
of Colorado.
Marc
20.~ny «Hr«'o
!"."r,.1... UV
i&th insianL
change our
ronalder*'
and harbor UU.
I will not withdraw."
-Then I must name yen th
speaker.
The government lead r. A 1
four, then paid:
•J beg to move that Mr Dillon
RUstendei| from service in the ho 1-
The motion was carried 24* to
votes.
Mr. Dillon immediately, hy .'ire .- v
of the Speaker, left the hou -e. a''
wild Nationalist cheers, and Mr. C'.aru
bet lain resumed his speech.
Mr. 1 lillon's suspension under
present rules cannot exceed a
His offence would have been
more severely dealt with ,i.id t..
rules been in force.
HAVE NO OTHER CLOTHES.
Reason Given Why Boers Wear British
Uniforms.
New York. Mar-h 21.—C. A.
scls. A. D. Wolmarans nnd .T.
Hruyn. Doer delegate
I.
a...,,..!.-"' 'r»r,
...1 l.'reilel'icU I'
U U S o
fleers to
Boer British
MAM30S. SOmi DAKOTA, FltTDAY. MARCH 21. 1902.
ph-
Itannerman of losing n. ..• ,•: i'
11::ty
fcj- slandering his* eountrym. tlic
noldionc and the government, c'or-e
quentlv the "malignant slard .• a
come from the npjtosition
The K|M«aker. Sir \V.!i. :n.
C'lUy here jntervd
that the term "mal. i .'
ittjparbatnc ntary.
jm»w
er of «onirr' pnri.b» or»»teetlon
for federal of*b but he Id that the
punlohlTtent 1 not be inflicted ex
cept when :t HtabU^hed that tlu
ofTet»f.e v I.iitted agaifl.«t the
pr.^idej.! ofTcinl only «hftn
he wa* in the -„j .• «.f h'- duty
as such offer!
Hoth Sir Henry Camp'.
and Mr Chamberlain th
drew the words ami 1
Causes a Scent of Cc. fu:cr.
Mr. CI ntiib-rlain. ps
ferred to the lto» r.s who a
the Itritish Side, when .1.'::
I Irish Nationsilii-t» int» :.
Th y are traitor
On which Mr. Ciiat.' -:i
"The honorable i .1
judge of tiaitois."
A scene of great eif'!-'.
When order was pa'fall..- l'
Iiillon demanded a -n '1
ChamN'rlain worcs.
The ppeaVer said
"An h«mc«rable r.'1' .'
diers seivlng und«-i th
Mr Pillon then said:
"l will tell the right honoraV
ber that he is a damned liar."
A dead sile'K e fcdlc»w«Hl tills
Such unparliamentary language
ed to stun the house.
uniforms of their own and therefore
when they run out of wearing apparel
the only way that they arc able to pro
cure it is to tal e sor.ie Hritish soldiers'
clothes, from which, he added, the ciis
tiuguinhiug marks were always rcmov
cit even to cutting off the coit buttons.
HOPED TO ESCAPE.
InViates Of Kentucky Reform School
Fire the Dormitory.
I.exington, K.v., March 21.—Thr
Uradley dormitory at the state school
"T reform near this city was doKtrojeij
j}y p(.(!
sj,ort|v aftf,r
ish Flag—Chamberlain's Retort I Superintendent I)fak who prorn|»?ly
aroused the inmates and pot th- in
Brought Forth a Stunning Reply and fabdy and without disor''. it of t'i
buildinpr.
Ip
A reriresertn'
tommy's office
the penal code v.
article which ha.i
peace and otitra"
The justices rcser-
tie
we
!i.
M.
who have be
nriiui.
In this country for ww «nu»
on the La (lascogno during the
to b-
floors.
-The Doers have no mon^v
am.n'iuition." said he. "but «li.-n th
need anv all they have to .lo is to a
•lire a British convoy and tluy b.i
nrecedetit for ottur wars to .......
the inhuman fashion in whic it is be
I'nrri. 'l ..»• I "•.
.hit a
i-nnimlHSHm
ol aims
review the conduct of tii
but whether he will
war
,h°
'vTluding' t.^tho statements that tie
"™r ..rl.irf. uniforms In La-tu.
Ml- Wessi
Is said the Doers have no^
rc
"ad. Out stock is
We have received an
nnninietA
Sflffftils!1'OmSfcesaad aullity"5goods*are'always right.
niidni :ht but nil
The ofTicials and th" i- v.- v,".
Work to safe the office it.ruin:re. I
tb" flam- s spread quiek!y and the d".*
iior.v was soon In ruin:-.
A t.-lephone rnessa'4'* v.a- nt h'
for h'dp and the local fire jei artr.n nt
restionded. They had about six mil'
to go, and although th?.v were too lat
to save any part of the dorr.iitory they
prevented the flames spreading to the
manual training tmildinrr. which is
near the dormitory.
At 1:1f 0'# lock the dormitory col
lai»s. and at 2 o'clock the fire was
P:actb ally extinguished.
The burned building v n
1 during the administrate
me -Governor W. O. Bin
te, i|
cn of for
at a co-t
for two
nh
!1
v
of $: ".obO, and was ins'r-.
thirds of JV? value. It v
dormitory completed to tY-
cepting the one occupied by
throe quaiters of a mil
1
cv-
The burning rf the d-v r. ,,
midnight witheut the lo o
l"»o inmates who w---re "1
hre started is a mark'
value of discipline.
started at 12:4 th
'he alarm and teb 1
ten fnr an engine. The :-i:
ar.d ?:. gisards promt»tl-.
b\-.- and. following the
of vfire drill.
out of th-' ..
f. !.e roof fell in, Th
11. disnre
drill s:n
i!imat«
i'i- the f::c
-i of them.
1
!a-
as traitors. I d«'-u. 1:.
ru|»tion and I d#pr«»at-! th- 1 o'
the other member.''
ihr
fnstyrti
Counsel also ci er
cle pub1ishel wrts
ae
DECISION RESERVED-
Appeal of Herr (West Heard
York Sjprcmc Ccj't.
New Tor!-. M.r i: Ll T:
•. for pub
••it Sent. 7
"Mur
:r•:'• nU, it
tie. in v to lr
:1
Versus Murder." nv
was contended had
ritate the jiublie n
Counsel for Most
der section S of the
"every citizen may
or publish his s. n"
jects." and that t"
framers of the eor.M
vent any e. nsorshi
•.*.-n.l that tin
enstitution
'y speaV. write
:.ts on ai' sub
'Mention l" the
'ion was to pre
th" press,
led that the artl
lib llous. and
.mmit a breach
it did not come
-1' any express]
1
that it did n«t t»n
of th." peac* and
within the i:ilii'.:!
statute.
the d^striot at
that imdT
:ol published an
bod the public
oublie "r.oy.
.leclslor..
PLACED UNDER ARREST.
Be
Indianapolis Bookkeeper Said to
Short From $30,000 to $70,000.
Indianapolis. M: .21.— Arthur J.
Simpson, a hookk employed by
the Warman-Blae'. 'leberlain eetr.
pany. livestock com^S-sbm brokers at
tho I'e.ion s'oek y .i' '".'as ai"'c,cttd nt
Pnoli and brottgjit
1
ehi/rge of forgery.
The amount aHe:'1 •. th
mui
w
ae fraudulently o! t,.iti Simpson
Is Jt4.cv\. Dot.. lives V-'no have been
worhiie-. on the case fen- several days
VJiJ a
ti
Cure Impotoncy, Nijjht Emissions, Loss of Memory, all wasting dis
eases. all efTeets of self-abuse or excess and indiscretion.
A nerve tonic and blood builder. Drings the pink
glow to pale cheeks and restotes the fire of youth. By
mail 50c. jr 1 \, 6 bo\es $2.50, with our bank
able guarantee to cure or refund the money paid.
Send for circular and cepv ef ear bankable guarantee bend.
NERVITA TABLETS
(YKI.I.OW L.U'ELl
Positively guaranteed cure fer I.e.^s of Power, Varicocele, I'.idcvolooed or Shrunken
Organs, Taresis, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostration. Hysteria, Fits, Insanity,
Paralysis and the Kesults of Excessive I'se of Tobacco. Opium or Lienor. Bv mail
in plain packaee. $1.00 r» box. f» $5 00 with our bankable guarantee bond to
cure in 30 days or refund money paid. Address
NERV5TA
MEDICAL
ENORMOUS
something real swell
O o i n o a
ummmmmmii'ju'j'j j-ja'ismj-jwj
rrr.rr rr.i rrrrr
-JJJ•.
said they ii!idei.-stood from members
of the firm that Simpson's shortage is
anywhere from $?.ci.o0o to $70.oftu.
Simitson is highly connected and has
a wife and several children. Ho re
fuses to tali but th" firm says it holds
dummy checks that piov his guilt.
CONDITION IMPROVED.
Cecil Rhodes Rests Better Than for
Some Time Past
Cape Town. March 21.—Cecil
Rhodes passed a better night. He slept
more than for some time past. Con
sequently there is a distinct improve
ment in bis condition.
Mr. Rhodes' physicians have prom
ised that, if possible, he shall sail for
England next week. Dr. Jame«on doe?
not consider this to be impossible
Feartd Ail Have Perished.
Npw Yor': March 21.—An unknown
barge stranded near p.ridgehampton.
rn the shore of Long Island, and
went to jd'-i. The Meeox station liJe
savinsr cn v, went to the wrecked ves
sb it could find no sign of life there.
It is fearc«l that all those on board
have been !o?t
MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Minneapolis Wheat.
Minneapolis. March 2''.—Wheat—
May. 72c: July. 7.1***1 73 V- On Track
—No. 1 hard. 74:»c No. 1 Northern.
72
,4 rn
1
715? e.
New
1
d: :i of ih efM
h* :i:-' argum* :t! i: tl- a
.1 n Most. Vv
tb rt of -r
1i in IV i?
It- 'l. under ti'.
c: No. 2 Northern. TlAi'Q
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City. Ia.. March 2'b—Cattle—
Beeves. $ t.•••'• "Ti »'.2"' cows, bulls and
mixed. $2.ooff 4.25: stoekers and fe.' ti
ers. $3.'co 1.45 yearlings and calves.
$2.5o^ 4.IT.. Hogs—$€.oi»/g6.3".
Duiuth Grain.
!t P:th. March 2«».—Wheat—Cash,
No. 1 bard. 75l*e No. 1 Northern.
721kc No. 2 Northern.
^ssc:
Chicago Grain and Provision*.
Chicago. March 2".—Wheat—March.
72 "|0 May, 74 V, 'o 74'4c: .Utly. 7."e
Sept.. 74 **c. Corn—March, 59\e
July, tiO V: May. .'. '"sfi •He: Sept..
5S"vc Dee.. 4ST-.e. t)ats March.
4J' c: May, 431j{C July. 35
Sept.. 2
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affidavit
Ku.-s 1"... Poultry Turkejs,
lej.'M'je, chickens, loVjll'^4'.
THE LATEST THI.NQ
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spring, t.75^c. To Arrive—No. 1 hard.
7r.ivc N.». 1 Northern. «2Hc May.
73Ue: July. 7b. Flax—Cash. $1.7Sfs.
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
St. Paul. Match 2V- Cattle- Fancy
butcher steers. $5.75 Titcl.v fancy
butc her cows and heifers. $L7.'$ie.l
good to choice veals. [email protected]
Hogs—6.25. Sheep—Good to
choice, f4.5"f} 5.(*0 lambs, f5.oo$jfi.2r».
Chicago Union Stock Yards.
Chicago. March 2'.—Cattle—Good to
prime steers. $«'«.7~ u 7. r: poor to me
dium. $4.oe ji r.,25 stoekers and feed
ers. $2.r»T»fj r.-23: cows and heifers,
fl.25^5 f».d0 Texas steers. $4.7"fi t*..oo.
Hogs—Mixed and butchers, f» .1"3
.!7f.: good to choic e heavy. fi'i.4»f?
•!.*»»»: rough lieac y. $l.loij ti.30 light.
jji *.."» bulk of sales, fi'i.lnfc t*i."o.
Sheep—Good to choice. $4.7."i^i .*.r»o:
l.vmbs. $ l.'o£ (*.75.
I
vc:
Dee.. 30c. Pork March,
$15. 55 May. $15.52^: July, $15.77'-.
Flax- -Cash Northwestern, $1.72
Southwestern, $1 May. $1.72. But
ter—Creameries, 2i|^i 2!ic dairies. 1' flf
ssstsre
Lest Vigor
and Manhood
PILLS
w
CTS.
EXTRA STRENGTH
Immediate Results
COMPANY
Clinton and Jackson Streets CHICAGO, fLL?NGlS
Soluuy i'li.VMv SMITH, Pharmmjupt, Hasoaic Tempi.v., Maiuson, S.
cppiivn STY Lbb. last 30 days we have been so busy unpacking and marking shoes that we have not lound time to even
^onk Ts no complete and you can find just what you want in the shoe lia« at our store.
just
step
iQ
and
C. H. MORSE.
qua!
i tie made.
I
stock of FINE SHOES tor Spring and Summer
and von can find iust what you want in the shoe lin« at our store. Our new line of Ladies
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Ladies Skirts and Suits I
Have just arrived ne\\ from the factories. Call andl see them and be
convinced they are the nicest line in town.
Our line of MIRT WAI5TS was never as
nice as this season. All the very latest.
Ladies' Muslin I nderwear at all prices. The
largest assortment of Wraps we ever ow n
ed is here any color, any size. We handle
a full line of 5kinner's Satins and the nicest
line of Silks for waists and trimmings to be
found anywhere. Ask to see our new and
latest SPRING & SUMAUIR WASH GOODS
of which we have all kinds. A full line of
Appiiques, Embroideries, l-aces, Buttons &
Dress Trimmings. Call and see us.
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State
CHA5. B. KF NNEUVf J. H^WILUAflSON,
President. i Vice President.
THE HADISON
Hadison, S.
COFFEE AS YOU LIKE 1T^^
CLEAN, Sl k'OMi. DELICIOUS, Made with (he
This
shows thpcofioc
Pot as it j? tilled with
11 ling wuttT anI
•'b.v pubmvrgod. it
an.ls for
0110
e. niiii tho bottom
e put on and then
r. V(Tm\1 thin
it
July -o serve. A
1 isl'! can do it.
1 ii, cr.e r«.Fnl-.l v.In\. i'.
look over our line. You will tmd no bette
NICK BJORNSTAD 418 EGAN AVE.
ive cefts
Bank
D.
Farm Lo&ns !»oVtr?si i:
WHERE TO BUY VOIR
THIS SEASON
Come to us. Our new spring
stock of 1902 Wall Paper is
arriving daily, much of it
now 09
v i!i he
the shelt ready for
the. |he Mock
it
strictly
1«02 patterns and the best
pleased to show you the samples.
COOK & ODEE.
KIN-HEE
•l
lc\
niin-
COFFEE POT
^Ve ire showing a new
cc ifee pot whereby you can
a\e 25% in coffee besides
getting a cup of coffee with
all its flavor and strength.
Coffee for a meal can be
itK'.Je in One Minut*. TM»
is something new.
See them at
KUNDERT & FITZGERALD.
Borders Free!
Do You \N ant Your Wall Paper S
Borders Free. IF so order from
CHAS. ANGLE.
You are not eotnpe'.leil to make seleetior.s from a few would bo nice pat
terns but yeu ean choose from l.(XH of tin llest. Neatest ami Prettiest
WALL P.VPHK samples that wiis ever shewn in ^Madison. Remember
that you set just what you order and that they are all l'.HVJ patterns. I
have 110 old stoek to work oil" on you. I would be pleased to get your
order as I know can satisfy y«m.
5 Painter. CHAS. A. ANGLE, Paper Hanger.
'T.ler Wall Paper coeflnn i
25c PER DOUBLE ROLL OR riORR. i
wear.
Our
nev
During the
selection in the
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