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BLDD S CHILDREN'S SH0E5.
We ha^e a biss run on then:, but manv people
do not know what bargains these shoe. are. ine
man
deal
man's profit
know
what bargains tne.e »nu«
lufacturers are an old established firm.
direct with the manufacturer. No m.dd.e
The
with
come? out of our customer.
latter zets the benefit of our direct dealing
["he manufacturer and every ell ad*
knows that Budd's Children s .-ho,5 are the best
on the market.
We deal precisely the same with LEAL
TORREY who manufacture oar nen »J***-
precisely the same way with the Lad.es bolt,n
Shoe factory. These makes cannot b= s"rpa,«i
in quality
and
in price.
lt 0 9
Hosiery Sale.
Having b©6U ofiered tlio opportunity
of buying a line of Ladies Fancy Hosieiy
from a firm who are going out of the hos
iery business, at their fiat cost, we took it.
and we now offer it to you. We have only
a limited quantity and if you get any of
these you will have to hurry. We offer
as follows:
Ladies Fancy Hose for Ox­
fords. 30c value for
Ladies lace stripe hose
30c value for
Ladies lace hose
worth §0 cents for
etjC i'CiltiCt*
MATH-of. R»AKO-t*.
JFICIHl PBPEB 0rbTn nllD ^00MIT?
~JL'Li' lu-.-j.
:U.'.
ThiiHi
U-.
h.
Hv
Pi
OF SlUStltlMION'.
TKLfcl'HONK. 1
I'l- r. rf-au ha- cr
f-d i'-Ot of *.
K'.-'- R&:LWAJ' E
t-.w-r.*y y ar- r^,.
1
I-"r
about
tiettleruent for :.u
do its tinaneial -l
Mitchell ha- .-t
week's gasoline famine,
JOHNSON'S Mammoth Store!
pPi. A
n1
you can see how we can unJe.K-.i
L15TEN LADIESYou ou^ht just to see
min?s, etc. Your eyes would sparkle.
Towels, coarse anJ line Tur.-s
isn Tov.els. 5c each: l'.'c or
fjkOCEI^lES. We have a number of packages of Tea N
id! it for 3'c also bulk coffee for 10c.
FLRNI5HINC] (jOOUS Iie»t list? on the mar»\.et
5hirts any size, style and quantity, Ncw.-.tie?. etw., etc.
For the coming rainy weather a daby line of Lmbrellas.
n i s u n E
Cents
Cents
Cents
15
15
25
Also Gents' half liose. solid red and
blue worth 25c for 15 cents.
E A I
r.f I
'he Milwau
hy XL': villagi
iotere-t a
i.'iw amc -r.: to
-y has secur#d
and cow car.
on the .• "3ro.
Via-
Fort Meade, .tn 1 'a.-: jta.
fweoe of i'.'• r. eager if r
rij'-nt contra :t- Satur'JHy. T:
supplie- re juirf for this
among the largest in the Ui.
two other post- only in the
ceedingthem and thi- ar th'
of thf- po«t are larger tl.ar, u- .^1.
were called for or. J.'JTVI R.- A hay.
There never wa- a call for :u-,r- than
1,0'JO tons previous to thi- year, ar.d on
ly once for that arnour.t. There -.va- a
call for 5'2(tons of straw. That U more
than ever before. The call sa-i for
540,0 -0 pounds of oat.-, "/i.ftf 0 pounds of
corn and l.v/jfjj pounds of bran, the
latter being enough to fill pretty nearly
every warehouse on the r-- rvation.
Such a requisition would seer:, to indi-
r.:t
are
"i States.
'iiArv er-
a i,
r.o'
Jildr
cate that the war department intends to people at the fair grounds on
fill the post up this summer, and with
the $10'.'.000 appropriated by congre-
for new building- and improvements
V poor and despondent old lady
years of age of DeStnet, ended life's fets,
miseries Saturday last by hanging r-
FOR TME LADIES We Have
Tailor Made Suits, Over Skirt5.
Silk Waists, Shirt Waists,
Magnificent lines of good, beautiful style*
LADIES' CORSETS.
Manufactured by the Ladyship corset Co..
%sith whom we deal direct, no middlemen, an
old standard company which sells only a sta
ple article of the latest and best pattern. e
make a specialty however
a nice Summer Corset for
in
Kington,
A, O.
h'. i -'-v.-ral
J:.- -ub
r'.-a*ion. riv
,i -fiT.al, Pa
e St. Louis
rtation, pre
=u?ar. f-K
pulfand Pa
ctori*-s. Rood
X. E. Han
ture at the
I
I
Brookings.
LL. U.. pres.
A, Mad
h»-f )re the
W. ff. II. P.
.1:.4_' i Ian- for a hi^' and
rn July J5 and 1C.
h, the ••at-.- are expect
iiijeral ur-'-s i-.r• to be put
iti'
of L'-r.nox found a
•j i.-.r.j' oy a -trap attached to a
peg in ti.- r-arof sorae horses in
an. that tov.:. Friday last. It is
tiiOu^ht from tiie position in which
ruan was found that he cors.Uiitted
•ide and the juery now i-. who tin-
iiikton's local state fair board i
:ing a hustle and is going to make
nest state fair the biggest thing of
kind ever held in Dakota. At itB
meeting the Yankton Press say^
.ar th board decided to have an In
'ijan Visage of Lower Brule Indians and
co'Mnenee negotiations at once. Also
t:
t:
1 i-t
try to get President Roosevelt to address
rar'"°
ac
matters a-.-ume a very satisfactory as-1 '^°»s hitched up in a small ve
pect. hide. This will be a great feature and
good for the dogs. Any local dog is
pa-,ed through a eligible. The railroad companies were
OE6
day. Two good bands must be secured
for the week. It was decided to have a
k ^a °f pur.-e.- of #5, c2, £1,
I re-jue-ted to have stopovers allowed on
I all harvest excursion land.-eekers' tick
The board of countv
cl AU ,JUriru
er 5
aelf to a door knob. i advertising Yankton county and the
I »«tate fair. The city has rendered as-i.st
f-iov. Herreid has appointed delegates
from this state to the Trans Mississippi
commercial congress to be held at St.
Paul, August all the state s con- Kid ^ev Curd
county commission
'ropriated liberally to aid in
-a': line.
Woun i Hi.iney are f-af. guards of life
-Mate th ki ine^H healthy witb Foley's
—Chris Shutz.
of sell-
however
of
ineof Laces. Embroideries. Appliques.Trim
the economic housewife.
for 25c:
jur beautifuljlii
We have some snaps for
half cotton half linen. 2 for 25c.
ibs as good for steeping as tea.
Special Train Excursion to Minne
apolis and Minnehaha Falls,
Via :L- 'hi.-ago. Milwauk— a:.d St.
I'v./. ru.a. on Saturday ur. i San
:ay. July V.nh and SJih.
S \al rogram and htm
P.uiuwr. s-rtr-nwi^n ar. i .«*.•
at 1
:!_• by Ma-iv:i»- "f
St. Paul. Mir.:.. Band -r. rt ami n. i
-i.-aJ rta.r.-nt at 1 {•. 'n..in the pa
•. ill .r. a* Mif.r haha Fall- Park. Ha?e
1 _*•!•!.•'* at 1 :»{•. »... Hopkins' Thresh
r- Mi:,i.-a{ li- Athl-tu*-. at Minne
haha Fails bali Park.
Educate Your Bowtl*
Your bowels can be trained as well
as your muscles or your brain. Cai
carets Candy Cathartic train your
bowels to do right. Genuine tablets
stamped C. C. C. Never sold in
bulk. All dru^-ists, ioc.
MOVING
Pianos, safes. Household Goods and
all other kinds of moving done prompt
ly by Hi
M:KLL
CHAFFEE IS
RELIEVED CF CC'"'
gy
•ml a !!ni-r
i(,n ti'kets.
ioti free to holders i.f .r
Adriii-gion to ai.d
Base ball^ame at 3:3«.t j. n.
ton Park. Algona,
S L't-nts.
at Lexit.g-
Io'-va.
Minn. «ieneral adtni--:
irar.: -'and 25 cents extra.
Waseca,
,. "J." cent-.
Also nun.-
erous other attractions at Minneapolis
and Minnehaha Falls, and a pleasant
time i.- a-surcd all exeur.-wni.-ts. The
-peeial train will leave Madison at
p. tn.. on Saturday, July ltuh, and re
turning will leave Minneapolis at
BHOJ*.
Wli'n o'.ti mKlicin^ h»t •'fali 1.
Take Foley's Kidney Cun-, It has
cured when everything e^-e .fi disap
pointed,—Chrie Shut/.
.Makes the tire of life burn with a
steady glow, Renews the golden, hajipy
day if youth. 1 hat's what Rocky
Mountain Tea d'«es. certs.
—T'rank Smith,
Xotei From the Jeweler** Circular.
Cold shirt waist sets include cuff
linl s, buttons and collar studs.
Watch fobs will be fashionable for
both men and women this season.
Paddock sticks covered with pigskin
and silver mounted are the latest thing
In walking sticks for men.
Pink pearl and diamond corsage or
naments are dreams of loveliness.
A chain bracelet with a chrysoprase
heart center is a pretty affair sugges
cive of summer engagements.
White enamel and baroque pearls
Qgure in the dainty brooches for the
hot days.
The narrow ribbon bow of diamonds
Is a favorite/design In tbe Jewelry of
the prevent
O ye people! have ye wasted the gol
den moments of never returning time in
taking a substitute for the genuine
Rocky Mountain Tea made by the Mad
ison Medicine Co.
—Frank 8rnitb.
V»E»tion I»HJ».
Vacation time is here and the children
are hardly living out of floors. There
could be no healthier pli,ee for them.
\"u need only to guard against the ac
cidents incidental to most open air spots
o Remedy equals DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, for quickly stopping pain
or removing danger of serious consequ
ences, for cuts, scalds and wounds. I
used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for
cuts, sores bruses, says, B. Johnson,
Swift, lex, "It is the best remedy on
the market." Sure cure for piies'and
skin diseases. Beware at counterfeit.
Cook 4 Odee.
A It. Base, of Morgantown, Ind„ had
to get up ten or twelve times in thp
night and had severe backarhe
br
,f]
pains in the kidneys. Was cured by
Foley's Kidney Cure.— C'hjia Shutz.
AS3 ,N
PHILIPPINES AND ORDERED
TO UNITED STATES.
TAKES EFFECT ON SEPT. 30
Cder «f *eereta\.
Country and Taw
n.-
Ms
General Gecrge 3a..s W-U As-
Surne Command t** A'c'n as
0,
General Chaffe® Returning to TM
-3
Washington. Ju'
has been rel:
tbe Philippines ar.
command of the
East by an order
day by Secretary
reads as follows:
"By direction cI
G- n.ral George K
Ma General Ctaf
?:on of t:
A
Charge ef the
Of part
rr.ent of t-e East.
ra*. Cbaf
r: I la
th«
it-
't
On beT.
CbaS -a in. with I.
rer-air to v.-rr.or
and ur:*".• «-ornr:.
N»AJOR GENERAL OAVIS.
comma:'.': of the de .a:tm- of
East or the departm n" i I
if h- -:red to c^n
time, H-was inform'
men:
1
p-
rn.. Minnehaha Falls at p. m„ San
day, the 2,'th. Excursion tickets will
be good going and returning only en
above train and date. Round trip rate
from Madison, 13.00. Special Notice.
Sleeping cars will be attached. Reserve
berths through ti( ket agent at nearest
-tation. Rate fur double berth accouic
dating two p«'opl»-. $2.00 each way. For
further particulars apply to the ticket
a^'ent of the Chicago. Mir-vauk'--a:.d
St. Paul railway.
•me at
at the
aff'T.].
V r.
Genera!
o*.j «.•: .r.ity of n.a
h« -.rod. Th. •"••::.
with a comnunda'.
of war of General
1
:v ••:'..
China and the P: A
was received 8»tr.r mi (h
Chaffee stating that '.-ft the t
t. entirely with the artment.
that he would pref. N»-w York in rase:
he was relieved in the Philippines. I
He suggested that S"pt. 3ft would be a
good date to make any change in th-i
command of the Philippines. Th- se
dispatches were sent to President
Roosevelt at Oyster Bay. who eonsult
e.j with Secretary Root, and the see
rotary directed the order to be issued
r» li.-ving General Chaff- and placing
General Davis in command.
General MacArthur has b^'-n askerl
to take the command of the depart
ment of the Kast when General
Brooke retires ::nti
1 an be r«-31 v- 1
by General Chaffee.
THE MOHICAN IS SAFE.
Arrives
United States Training Ship
at Dutch Harbor.
Seattle. Wash.. July 1".—Th- T'nit^d
States training ship Mohican i»
j*he arrived at Dutch Harbor, in dis
tiess. June 28. after being out from
Yokohama thirty nine days. When she
arrived at Dutch Harbor she was out
of fuel and the food supply was run
ning low. Three days more and it
would have become a serious question
finding sufficient to eat for the
young sailors or. board. The fact that
she carried a full complement of sails
probably saved her.
The Mohican left Yokohama bound
for Honolulu direct but encountered
h'-ad winds that drove her off her
course. She was finally driven into
the Great Circle and broucht up at
Dutch Harbor. Had the captain at
tempted to sail her into Honolulu it Is
not believed his supply of food would
have held out. After replenishing her
supply of food and fuel at Dutch Har
bor the Mohican sailed on June ?,o for
Honolulu, her original destination.
FIVE THOUSAND GIRL SINGERS
Iowa May Contribute a Novel Feature
of the World's Fair.
St. Ixuis. July 1.1.—Five thousand
young women from Iowa to sing the
praises ot that state upon a special oc
casion at the world's fair is the sug
gestion brought up at the meeting of
lb'- Iowa world's fair commission the
•ther day. To the credit of the com
mission be it said that the proposition
met wMi unanimous approval. The
commission will concern itself first
with the question of a suitable building
at the exposition. The Iowa appropria
tion is jl 2"».U"0 and the commission
viil aim to exploit a variety of state
interests, particularly the opportuni
ties for manufacturing and mining.
The agricultural possibilities and p-al
•ties of Iowa are so well known that
the commission desires that the pub
lie shall not overlook the otlu impor
iant interests. Former Governor Will
ism Larrabee has beeen made perma
oent chairman of the board.
FLEEING FROM VCNEZUILA.
Foreigners Hurriedly Getting
N i« :.#*• 'v
i Unjrwt
.' I .
t, !»!.! ..
•a.'I
•i ,r!,.-r«, w ithif f.o.r
hi r. of ttiii
»t Murray A P»rt*r
i".r. I.'ik'
that all rjasmt ti it i'
»ill t»- rr
.. .( o.-ti'i f-Mat...
l»at'*ii at n.
Out
the Country.
New York, July in.—Foreigners are
fleeing from Ww-zuela, c-abhs the
Port of Spain (Trinidad) correspond
ent of the Herald. There is surprise
at the smallness cf United States naval
forces in Venezuelan waters, especially
at La Guayra, wh^re the government
officials are said to have reported to
General Castro that they cannot con
trol the revolution.
Puerto Cabello Campano and Barce
lona are without United States war
shi|it and the residents are exposed to
great dangers.
At Fitzgerald's
Hosiery
F/RST AID TO THE IXiJL 'REik
PONDS
EXTRACT
Fcr Bur"S, Srra "5. Wc-Hs, Brui
ses of Any Sort cf Pa n.
Used I'U-rnaiiy a"d Eit-.-rr.a"y.
r\ VTI"N"! Avo: i it
-v }•:.. -••v
.sit asM K
L.- -_t..
'la-
Aflmii.i-trhtor ui m
Laisgmii. »*•-!.
Murray A I' -rt-r, Alter ,1- k
f"f Aijti inf!rat"r, M««!*• I..
I IRON BEDS
of
FROM
I $3 to $25
In Art Combination Calors.
We are n over estimat
ing our stock when we say
it is the finest in the city.
1902 CARPETS
In samples. I.ct us meas»
ure your mom for i carpet
this spring.
Elegant Line of Muslin Underwear
aa^X' u .(MK
an
r*
fi
n
3
n
bote »*ooo-oi
Dray Line.
BEST OUTFITS IN T0E CITY.
All kinds of Draying done
promptly, also moving
household goods. Piano 5c
Safe .To\ inga specialty.
n
r-t p'.ilt
t:. r.»
Is
of all kinds and the most
popular of all corsets, HENDERSON S.
in
est merit
gages?
BEST
BRANDS
Stocks
I
4 quality and price.
L|
k.
k
k.
u
i.
I
i.
EiicKsan i Jew.
e»»IWSCri*5RCC BOISKCCCE CDBCCC
j. J. Fitzgerald.
BAKER PAYS THE FREIGHT
Home, Sweet Home, Land Office.
DO V1 WANT A
\Vc can help you get one. Io
St«»vk Ranche or city property? Call n
We can vile
In aft part*
And
wc
SQL \M If AI.INti.
i
HOMI-?
that w ill pay better than bond# or
j«»u to it.
We
and elsewhere. If you in%ct witti tic.
for yourself.
W li PAY YOL'k FARE
To make a per.M»iKTl*c\aniination ol our land* and v-1
Si li ts I'IRST
let Us talk it over. Uet our price#
can *uit you in either.
I.Ut
\VM. F. BAKHR
l:MI»ORIL7\.
I:vcr\thin^ wanted in a hou.c for
Comfort, Convenience or Necessity.
YVe offer you the biRgest 5tock to
choose from in the city. Beauty,
Utility and Durability are prime
qualities of all the Furniture we
have to sell. Special attention
Riven to Undertaking and lum
bal ming.
LOUIS MALONEY
A0| NT
i
I LRMTl kH.
LNDI-RTAKINO, I
S^"
R. C. McCALLISTER,
ttrr enr,rr.rr r.r.rr r.r.r.r rrrrrrr.rrr rrrrr rrrtrr,r#5ffrrrr rr
w
ha*c
LANDS I OR SALH
of
South Dakota.
North Dakota.
Mlitno
and term*
your Ian4n with
(Ml
NO RIKiKLTS. Call on or addre**
or
WJJJUU .ujjujujjjj
a JJJXJ jjjujra JJJJ
v
WM, flcfiRATH,
l.\NNON-C(M)k BLOCK. ftADISON. 5. I»\k.
FURNITURE
616 Effan Ave
O E I E S
TEA, COFFEE.
BAKING POWDER.
CRACKERS,
FRUITS.
in fact everything in (be Oroci-ry I inc ut l'r»
Our
arc New and h'resh. Can mU you
'I'OM CARET
DLALLRIN
CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS
1
"0k Sioux Fans Brewing ft
,ln
««n Ave. a
4
111
lh Street.

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