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1 •A r- •$ 'A WE OFFER: Contains (tlje grtilu SHIRT WAISTS Former Price 50c to 01j Former Price a BEST BRANDS Our stocks are Ne\s quality and price. xi\. i-os. «ovTii emrti-, -t Hacjos'i th« *V now Former Price 75c to 85c now Former Price SI.00 now Former Price $1.25 to $2.00 flow DIMITIES & LAWNS— 2 Former Price 10c now I2y 2 GROCERIES specialties: Package Du_. Z 50c tea for onlv 30c. Good SPECIAL SALES Summer Wash Goods. We want to close the® out and have placed a selling price on every article, making nany choice bargains. Our Special Shoe Counter larger number of genuine gflnps than any other in town. They are all standard makes and the cut price so low you will almost think you were made a present of them. If you are a shrewd buyer you wot miss these bargains. N. D. kiaoit. JFF1C131 OF SilTJie C0J811 SONiAV. Al'iit'ST TKHHS OF *1 liSl UIPTION. Bf n:*:".. -s-.%r Bj !»f If :u**~ Bjr STAUL. Prv^netttr. H. A. TA tli.. TI:LEI»uunk. 0 i »*. The state board of recent* are contem plating the purchase of more ground a? the ?tate norma! school at Spearth. to give the school sufficient for a ground lar^e campus which will be devoted tc golf, foot ball and other athletic sport*. A larce f.sh-jond is to be excavated it one corner to remove a rresent unsightly spot. 1 :-ld. near Vermillion uj.^iiraru Friday morning and eighteen dollars taker, from the pc*stot1!ce stamp drawer in the same building. The outside door of the safe in which w&~ |S00 was blown off but robbers tcvk riight before pettir.g in side the mooov chest. The attorney? a::.t etSceni around Sioux City are having a r_enkey and parrot time to get hold of a smooth swindler, one EL S. Porter, who has a half dejen aliases and who has been get ting into the confidence of milliners in these three states and swindling them out of money to the amount of #27 each. His victims are legion. Yeruiilhoc has the otfetier at resent tot has di*f:culty it it? case, and a do*»a oth proriu* E I S O E tf« th# "Cnmf hack affain" trade that navs beat: It s the kindly .smile of satisfaction A well 40C 60C 75 90c 07c IOC 15c & 19c now GREAT SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Take things as they come and if they don't come, don't take them: but by all means take ad vantage of the bargains in our great Shoe Department. Here is style, quality and fit at a price which will astonish vou. We not only meet all competition in prices, j&spFrom this time on we w ill have FRESH FRUITS in large variety and quality.' I J. A. JOHNSON\S BIG STORE. C~*KVvV At McGlLLIVRAY'S That will give customers big- bargains. One of these is our stock left of ricGILLIVRAY. O E I E S TEA. COFFEE. BAKING POWDEF. CRACKERS. FRUITS. In fact every thing in the Grocery Line at Lowest Prices. and Fresh. Can suit you en both CAREY. I pla-v that claim to haw a£aiu?t hi a^e Mitchell $4 to Li:u sffsv Xryr. y reporting to the water meter a^a .rurd a£ain«t the wi. le sale u~e of .-.- iter j-rivile^e in t:.at C::.z h.ae the option of m-. :--r »-r baring their supp!v of wat-. tf. H5SH5BW* Chior.,-, COTTON CRASHES 15c Goods at Half Price. Demin & Duck Skirts 51.00 to 51.25 now js Cotton & Liuen Crash Skirts— 51.50 to 52.50 now $1.00 LACE TIES—At Half Former Prict. LADIES' BELTS- 35c. 40c & 50c now 25c RIBBONS—No. 40. correct width for neck ribbon we sell at 13c and narrower widths cor responding: cheap. but st Tea. 15c. 2 packages for 25c. A fine Tea in steeping quality, equal to bulk Coffee at 10c. Try our 35c Coffees, the best that money can buy. 5 The tr^ilic of- ficials v':.: have re. .v-^i r. Northern an N duce grain r..:- f ritcry to St. Paul, MiiiDcarolls and Du luth. etTtvtivo .1: St. Paul hn that the Gre.v "r. Pacific will northwest ter- 12. The r. ax Sef Umber •niuni reduction wi. 0, 2 cent* per hun dred pounds. Points a« far south & Vankton are ir~!udvd. Traffic offi ia'. »ere given to ..ad-.rstand later th.»' they would bo invited to a conference at which r.-.v grain tarltN ii-scus- .1. *ill bt 'Ki.t-y i. Uvd a President A. Western raiI .v .• •. rea" ircula- s to stockhold r~ .v. v., -h he mv tha' traffic official- cf w^t-?n» reads Lav teen deliberately* violating the la» f. the past rlftoen years and in Join_• so have placed thenaselres "in the sha.: jf the penitentiary." The circular gcr1 mto the meth.is of the packers at:.' say^- During ail the years the ccau operandi ha? been for the railway exu anies to bill packing house products .v the published tariff rates, acd collect the full amount of such rates, after ward making settlement# by pa: it:* back to the packer* from 25 to 5C pet cent of the monty collected. Both th payajent and re-ce of #*ueh re'^ates sr -T* "l by the inttrstate coajsirrce 1.»• unlawful, punishable by rice and ii- offer the following 2 9 pri-ior.tr.ent. The injunction of tie United States court issued in March s 1002, against the future payment of re bates has given the railroads the oppor tunity to break up rebates the packers de manded and now the latter are charged the full published rate of 23 cents per hundred tveicht. Three constitutional a'nendaionts are to be voted on this fall at the November election. One reduces the interest on school fund loans from six to live per cent. Another permit* the removal of county seats to railroad towns on a vote of sixty percent of the electors. A third amendment provides that municipalities must never incur a debt exceeding rive per cent of the assessed valuation for the year proceeding the creation of the debt, except for water sewerage,etc.. when the debt uiav be ircrearr-d to ten per cent. The Aberdeen Nok sutns up the re port of the internal revenue collector's office for North and South Dakota in that city for its lirst year as follows: Close to £2 O.OOO was collected in the Dakotas. About two-thirds of this w as from the south state, the breweries and cigar makers paying a large part of it. The total number of retail liquor deal ers licenses issued during the year was l.iVl. of which 1,051 were in South Da kota and S**0 in prohibition North Dako ta. Ihe cumber of dealers in manu factured tobacco handling over 50.000 pounds per annum were 9 iu North Da kota and 4 in South Dakota. Tobacco manufacturers in North Dakota num bered 10 and in South Dakota 3. South Dakota cigar manufacturers numbered 71 and North Dakota has 40. The north -=tate wholesale dealers in malt number ed IS. while South Dakota liad 00* South Dakota had 20? bankers and North Dakota had 2 '1. South Dakota had 5 breweries and North Dakota none. Wrinkles are smoothed away by its healing touch, lirain tired ai.d de pressed people will tir. i a cure in Kocr)' Mountain Tea :15c—Frank Smith. Vacation Da) t. Vacation tinit* is here and the children ire hardly livir.g out of doors. There could be r.o healthier plwce for them. Vou need only to guard acainst the ac cidents incidental to m'sti p-»n air spots •No Keniedy equals DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, for quickly stopping pair. removing danger of serious consequ ences. fT cuts, scalds and wour.ds. 1 ised DeWitt's Witch Hazel SaJve for 'utp. s res bruses. says. L, H. Johnson. •Swift. lVx "It is the best remedy or. the nutritet." Sure cure for plies and -«ir dt^ases. Beware of counterfets. —Cook Odee. A Tbe average atfe of men and vronjec ias l^eer. inere »se«i ^13 per cent during :he last ilfca«le IV ie havo been tak RC R'vkv M' lir.tain Teu. A life j-rt* -erver.—Frank Snath. KING OSCAR TO THE RESCUE. Assists in Saving Twenty-three Drown ing Peoples Stockholm. Swt- i- n. Aug. 11.—While Kinp Oscar was yachting near the Marstrand bridge, which was crowi'.ed with women and children, the struc ture co!Iaised. throwing its oectirart* into the water. The kins threw off hi? coat and assisted in the rescue cf twenty-thrte persons, who were taken aboard the yacht. 8rothers Assassinated. Snee^ville. Ter.n.. Aug. 11.—News has just reacheu here of the shoot:r.e from ambush of Wiley and William Brewer while on their way to their voting precinct in a remote section of the cout Ty. William Brewer was in stantly killed and Wiley, though prob ably fatally wounded, was alive wher. the news 0: the tr*ge4jr wstbed SneeuvlU®. "I am usirc a of Chaml»er!jiir. V Stomach Liver 1 ablets nr.d rlcd then the kj.st thine f^r my stomach: live: i3*d."sa}s T. \V. Kobu:son. Just 'e of •he L«»nas. Mich. Th«eTaMetv .ot c*n.j J*rr*vt os#., rders of the sl. »oh but re^aU'e Ite li\.r and bowel* Thej are easy to take ar.d fle«?ar.t ffret Price c^Lts per e«i- lox.~h\ v Ali l»ru^g.st«. Cut th-*out ar.d Uk« it to ar.jr Drut -tore and cet a box of ChamWrkir.% "tcr..acb Liver Tablet* Ihe .•hjfic. They 4.^} Trrct clis er~ he Priev^ceat*. OFFICIALLY WELCOMED. Distinguished Party of Chines# Ar rives in New York. New Yo:k, Aug. ll.-Pnnce Oieti who was to have represented tnt nose imperial government at tlu nation of King Edward w ^t 1 tnat event was expected to take place June, arrived here during the da the steamship St. Paul from outn aniptou. The prince was accompany by a numerous suite and by Sir Chen Tunc, who is to succeed W u 1 :ng Fang as minister to this country next January. The distinguished (. hme^ were met at Quarantine by Assistant Secretary of State Peiree. representing this government: Wu Ting tang. James B. Reynolds, private secretary to Mayor Low the Chinese consul gen eral and the vice consul. The prince zreeted the receiving party heartily and after the exchanging of salutations he addressed the assembled newspa per men as follows: "Her august majesty, the empress of China, desires me to express her thanks to the American people for their kindly feeling towards us and sends her good wishes to all. and adding: "Every American is my friend. Upon disembarking Prince Chen and his party were driven to the Waldorf Astoria. The prince will go to Oyster Pay at the invitation of President Roosevelt. His stay in this city is lim ited to three days. Sir Liang Chen Tung said he was pleased beyond expression at his ap pointment as minister to the United States. "I was afraid they would send me to Paris," he added. THEY CANNOT SPREAD. Iowa Decision Affecting Banks and Trusts Companies. D?s Moines. Aug. 11.—Attorney Gen eral Mullan has rendered an opinion to the effect that state banks and trust companies shall have only one place of business. The place where the head charters are established must be the only place of business of the corpora tion. Attorney General Stone rendered a similar opinion ten years ago and there has been no change in the law since. There'has- been considerable inquiry by banks relative to branches recently and State Auditor Merriam requested the attorney general to ren der an opinion to ckar uu the matter. Mothrr Atwavs Ke-p* It Handy My ther suffered a long time from distressing pains and general illhealth due primary to indigestion." says of Not i« h^wby eiwi, South I. W. Spaldir.g. Verona, Mo. "Two years asro I got her to try Kouo!. She grew better at once and now at the asre of seventy, six. eats anything si-' wants, remarking that she fears n« bad elects as she has bottle Koil..»l dy." Don't waste time doctoring sy-uptoms. aft-*r the cause. If y .r stomach is s. ur.d your health wii.i _• »nd. Kodo! resss tlie stomach an i st: gthens the b-niy by digesting your :. It is nat ure's own cook.—Coo a N-.ti. -1 Application f«r 1 g-.. bst 'S ic1rtir.iL.4- v l»3k-t h-ard byth II Fiifir ^r hasthis d.ty fll^dia iry sr. «j»p]j.ati.-n f.-r a r* at rrt.-tii st !,•! Third «»rd Tn.it to ^.11 irtox! block 1:««»rijr.t..\i i v o s tii- I.ak•• sr.d of ht:on w:il V -a :ty or. th^ 1«L K v.x day i.Kv.z .. &t wj.:ch p^ar l*ef. jry rv»ov. ^d rit r- 'sH. at th-* rit r^-:. \-T*onr itij & anthorc-r s.:.d"*tv» thou Id i— rac«*»r r- '.i ir.tox»r .v. _• liquorf Ar.C-.-t t. 'A r., 1U-. it) A-. W. IQLLES Graduate of the •3HTHWESTEBH CO.^SEBVfiTOFT. .Tinneapoli. pupil of Frank T. Baird, Mrs. Bond and F. O. (ilea son, Chicago, is prepared to take pupils in Voice, Harmony and Interpretation. Correspondence solicited. IRON BEDS FROM $3 to $25 In Art Combination Calors. NVearenot over estimat ing our 5tcck when we say it is the finest in the city. 19C2 CARPETS In samples. Let u meas ure your rnom for carpet this sprin EiCKSCfl S JStlSSO. i crrrrrrrrrrrcccecCTrrrryf «*»»»»»»«, If Mr»QtM-oo j,. i Dray Line. IEST OUTFITS l| TEE HTT. All kinds of Drayin done promptly. also moving household foads. Piano & Safe ."loving a specialty, SlfUPSOK & PlflRET. Now is the time to get a Silk Organdies, Linen Tissues, Batistes, Cotton Orgaudies, Lawns, Dimities, Challus, AND NOVELTY WASH (iOODS. I a NECK RIBBONS lean furnish them a in all colors in silk or satin taffeta, and satin face. ...................... 1 have u t» URMTIRE. INDERTAKINQ. I'olKmir --he I'olmniti -h It u thr t.y, the !f.'i ?jv .'mpuntir*. Constipmtioo .VTVI ^^7-* lt *r- VJ 4-c*-? re-, er.t .u-r at. a"1 s 0 F'hav E Tol"! In order to handle our increasing bus. i iness and mske room for the immense. stock ordered for Fall and Winter are compelled to build our store to twice its present size, and before we start tearing up we must CLOSE OCT ONE-HALF ODR Regardless of Cost. We quote you no prices here but will surprise you when you come in. Oui stock consists of MEN'S, BOYS' & CHILDREN'S a Suits, Overcoats, Pants, Shirts, Collars, Neck-ties, $ Underwear, Hosiery, Overalls,} Jackets, Duck Coats, Hats & Caps, Trunks & Valises, Mackintoshes 4 Umbrellas, Belts & Suspenders. I Everything goes ataprice. We must have the stock out of the way. BURNETT & CO., L'*WWWVWVV'WWfc.'\-%'V^.'V%.WVW%.%^ 1 MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE 5ALE OF ...WASH GOODS... bargain in uash »^e »ystem, cans tv"r JUi,r"v4 ar-3 ra, l.t choUa erupti'T? and' |..cw« ur.lew a reu P,ir i- ... -i-.n* rvUifslr leW,tt:» L:tt,e E.rl* \U**r* trr.vl I trc ubi f-r»?tn te »ilk iiterrt I f'.m.u aiir the heaahj a-tjon Fresh Groceries, Fruits & Vegetable?, the best in the Market ..A BARGAIN.. 100 pair of Ladies' Siloes A* to close out at $2»00 a ^'00 $3*5° vvas the price. Come carlv and your size. A Special Sale on UMBRELLAS Satur- |Ja. The only chanct tos:et 'em cheap this season At C. H. MORSE. LOUIS MAI AGENT FOR *T Tfien I want you to fnok at OUR HENDERSON CORSETS. You kan buy a (iirdic, a Short. Medium 1-tmg Corset. A I'cnnant Winner, Columbia. I loradora, Aurora liell, 707 Straight Front. Fle.xo Ciirdlc. Eaton, I-ady /ouavc & The Empire Wai*t •VLi tlLNDLKSON *lAkh. J. J. FITZGERALD. JJ-I We (I 0 j! Ourji 5! i\ i! i! i! j- ji The La Tosca. 'vi^rjtitmtftii/lWT^^ t-t rrrrrfrrrrrrrrxr.r.r.rrrr.r O N V DEALER IN CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS ___ Sioux Fails Brewing Hooon Corner rcn Ax. rrrTTX* 4th StrMl.