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FOR E IBSMFCWT.
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TO SUCCEED HIM
-fa t- %en a* thf Reason for th«
•SpottJ Oangr. but Fnct»on With
An Ate* It llltf to 8# t*-*
.«?: pal Reaion for Mr. Schwat'i
'capftaton—Action Will Follow
Vc-ar't Homecoming.
V Au$. 18,—With th* fcom*
I" M'TKAD to-u »«*k lit*
Charb-* Schwab. p?c»*
u-4 liUIr* Kt«d o»r
(!," election of Juni'#
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mk« n Into Imme
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W h'.rh demand the lit
M'rfitun and hi#
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r. A* th«-y no
hang* will be made.
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l..i*e brought the tna:
billiondollar trust to
-it a change should b»
fftit (line** han been
a:.d more serious. ap
u. any atta fc. t."t
the •rliur*? h«* ha
v
there art* ottu*r r« a
than hit* physical
fluggcat that hl« sue-
*:st»ning It wa* |»atert
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associate*. II# was nt
s
a he wa» t«*i old to take
fiiMiijtjjt entirely new ard
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'infamlliar. When
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at #ea. an»l
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CREAM
^BAKING
pr, Price's Baking Powder supplies
pure, wholesome leavening a^cnt,
which makes the biscuit and cake of
highest healthfulness at medium cost
and protects the food from alum, which
is the greatest dietary danger of the day.
BAKING
foremost
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CHICAGO.
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-IUFFL .1 LM :FL LUOD.
CHARGE AGAINST IOWA WOMAN.
Paramour Declare® She Murdered Her
Husband.
TRA Matn« A :K I« A TP^LAI
ft »m Iowa nt u(/ that (*har!
t'olada ban mad« a otif«***!.n in
*Ll« h»- »tat« that Jam jl!*jfh«
»a» tnur '.erex! |.y Mr* («auliai:h w!t!j
fn»|'lr!tjr an«l that th* rHae *a#
rirr tt«-| and Mr#. Gaul
lajrher wer** in lore.
Caullaaher wa* a wraltbjr alorkman.
f-ur mtthfi a*« h* wax mtird« r« at
OildniKht while i»|»-e|»in* th'- *S?!e of
bla wif,* and «hl!d. tb«- a«iMi»:n #»nd
!ti* a fr. a taf«« through
hi# ad Tra« k» a r»* a «orti
fl« I t.. Hniada hy*e and he
II lada d"-larwi th«*y plannM tr
poloti f!atiUach*r and that, whll«* h*
wa* r« #ent at th hotii*e the night ol
the mnrd«*r. he left S.nurn twfore it
rtirr- as.«! had n hard in tv*
tor
OUTSIOE AID SUMMONED.
Hamilton (OJ Via ted by a Meat De
•tructive Firt.
Vfamiitcw.
o AIIIR n,~
A N '-t 1^
•triKtlre fir- Niran alw^it midnight
and wa* r.«t und«»r rontnd until 4
a m. The !are** dry jf*»d* «tore of
V Itnwell Son. wh- re the Are ori*
Inat'd. I# a romplefp wrerk. The Sec
ond National bntldinit. adjoln'nc
th- llot.ll M.wk on the we«t. *M
dar:ac on^iderably ly fland wa
ter. hut the hai.V itf If es aj ed »ith
hhnl.t datra-e While the nu *a*Jn
pr«»(fr« another Are hr»»ke out In Wa!
nut utreet In a umall KnKrTy ftore and
rinrinnati wan railed u}Hn f°r
Two nsfnen were nt In respon**'.
but by th*» tlw thf»y arrirrd the fir*
wa* under control and they were not
takt'Ti from the train. TV" Walnut
Mr .ft Are wan easily r*tlnKUt#hed
If!»•k stationary utor^. In the ha*e
tnrlit of th- Howell hloek,
W.IJ»
mm
plet. ly dp^troyed The large carpet
«t«r« of Creiichton ll.»"ven. ail)«»in
Inn Howell !, wan saved from serious
damage th ugh at on«» tim^ In great
danger. Thr lossea arc estimated at
quarter of million.
GUESTS OF THE PRESIDENT.
Quito Number of Vifitora D'ne at
Sagamore Hill.
Oytter Bay. Aug Th' pr« !»idPnt
had as bin guests at lun h. on Major
(Ien-rals H. V forbln
11
Young. Ilonry !.«•*• I* N.dson. tin
Ihor. Jacob A Kit* ot Now \ork. Hob
crt A Morris. hairman of the New
York rounty U, publlran rominltt^
former Governor Iavid A. ran«-.
president of the Umisinnn rurrha*«*
rxpoHition. and nry M. Warren of
Philadelphia. Generals
'orbln
*"li
Young are en mute to flernmny to
wit no## tfto fall man«MMiv«*rs of tn
German army Thoy rall« on 1
pr* sMmt to ray th*!U" rcupttta
•ailing.
of the executive committor of the HA
tlonal Kejuiblhan congressional com
mltt. e and h- discussed with U"' P"
I e n e o i i a o n
West. Ho also Informed
I/OUIH
Key Went
hral rl»:ar"

h«Kh prlred an
•y orne In boxes
?,111,1 »''M1 to ,,ni,ia!s
nf
Ihe rlga.H
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are
buyln*.
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would be dedlc««• 'X
itlftbison
CANNOT CONTROL
MORGAN'S SHIPPING TRUST HAS
A RIVAL IN PROPOSEL
CANADIAN LINE.
OPINION OF MR. GRISCOM
Ctnadlan Pacific Will Be Granted a
Heavy Subtidy and Will Inaugurate
New Ocean Service In Connection
With Ita Railway System—Result
Will Be a Direct Line From Europe
to China, Japan and Australia.
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run
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1
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WM
ar-
rcpft-d lie'ada had aoucht err.i!y.
rner.t of OawKarher undt-r an at'«am« 1
and !a!m» to ha^e won Mr*
C*atiHach b«art hlln her bu»tand
wa* a*ay tn lm»tn' trip# flan!
lather tnmt«d !n»th Implicitly and
ra\e |(o!a a farm on ea«y termc and
d« ate«j famine :m l«-ns«-r,ti and
•tcMk.
a
N"w York, Aug. 16.—Rodman E.
f#riiwitti. general manager of ti,. I:
ternational Navigation rompany. yy
returned from KuroiK- and :nt- -a
in I'hlladf Iphia rin th" j^t» art-!: ,t
uation In Kurope, j.n r' t.
M,V•
"The for«*!irn. rs at patf! *a:iv r.
Knglish pttijde v,
OVi th* i i's v
paid t.. !••.»*,. i tm w
merger v ,t re i.n
pf "lit IV," 1} .. i-.
Pngland ri'.
of tt,.. I.n,-. If,,.
t*«* :i K' .1-, ar 1 f'
n t:
A!
t•
:t
the Knglmh jr«\. r-,?:,. r.t ».
bids and will f-ra?.!
The i onretihM- ef .r
land. h«* said. that !!.•
e lfi« liailr'.a ar, y
in a b!d th- •.. r:
to b«» fh !i the r: -A
O i a n A a
(tut :v u:.
•i Kng
an P»
has ptil
:h v
T'»
t- h. !:h A
k
-t
Mr Gr
tti-w line ,n -T.: \'.h t? e *.:•
(ran romh»r*»- *t«-anifiup suj^u..
which now have through !. from
Kurope a* far as San Frar,« ••. wher.
th-v I 'tnnw lth the vessels of vh
Occidental and Oriental Stenn^h'
company Mr GrJs«om di«! not thir
that this possible competition
w«-rk injury to the at^amship
running into N«*w York and I'! •.
ph?a whfi are In the Morgan merge:
HAS THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
Minister Tarte Sayt Canada Should
Control Ocean Traffic.
Halifax. N S Anu 1«.- lb
Tarte. Canadian non »t'-r
works, in a s 'h
1'
dian Manufact sr. a i:
dared that Canad:.ins mu.-t no 1
pee their markets slaughter
American manufacturers and th
trade of th* continent rarrh-d t'.r
An-.erlcan channels The renv
prej o.ied was improvement of
r.adtan waterways and a
"We must, he said, "tr.
west to east through Catui a:
pels. This country must b« ur
cheaper transi*ortation and a
Canadian tariff The shortest rout
the seal'oard !s destined to be th
great carrying highway not only of th
Canadian wheat fields, but of th
whole American continent. We hav
a route from Georgian Hay to Live
p.«d 3°^ miles shorter than via Ne'\
York. The Canadian Tacific railro.i
and the Grand Trunk must work u
(jetlo to carry that trad# fia a:.a
dlan routes."
The minister stated that i ar.ad.t
Would svn have a fast Atlantic lir.
and de« larcd that Halifax in wint«
and t,Mieh«H- in summer were the i.a* it
al terminals
.-
v!a
Congressman P. H. Mercer of Ne
braska also took lumh.on with th^
president. Mr. Mei. er is a 'u
,'", n
TTL EN
0 l,hj'
J.
reception at (^inaha on Sept. .« v»
be tendered by the citizens o
place Irrespective of polltlca
Governor Francis Infornic*« 'J11
Idont that the exposition building
St.
1
neat. This date is the U" th annl
versary of the signing of the trca y
resslon.
o-
which tune we will
utensils
K O N S A
MADISON.SOCTH DAKOTA, SATI'RDAY. AKifST lfi. 1902.
GOING AT TCBRIFIC SPEED.
Details Of the Killing of Mr. and Mrt.
Charles Fair.
Paris, Auc .—The
1/odlea
of Mr.
Blid Mrs. harl s Fair, who were killed
In an automobilo acrifient near Kv
reaux. were emhalra"d and placed In
rofflns pending instrmtions from the
family as to their disposition.
The chauffeur says that before the
ident he noticed the tire of the ft
hind wheel of the machine was de
fl«*tt"d and that the rim of the wheel
was rubbing on the ground. He told
Mr. Fair, who tried to stop, and the
accident followed. Peasants who saw
th" automobile say it was going at
such a terrific »peod at some points
fhat it was impossible to distinguish
its color. The firm that sold Mr. Fair
the automobile last June says he paid
SIJ.out) f.,r it and ordered another at
the same price, to be of sixty horse
power. The second maehine was al
most ready for delivery.
Mr, ur was passionately fend ot
automobilimj and never missed a day
on th.- road. Several times he at
tempted to beat the one-hour record.
INSURGENT ACTIVITY.
Attack on Panama by the Revolution
ists Feared.
Klnr«ton, Jamaica Aug. 1I.—Th«
f- t: steamer Flor from Liver
i fur West India i and Central
American ports, has arrived here from
en and rejM.rts leratde instir
at activity in the
fi.
-hborhood of
the i.-thmu-. An atta k e.n I'auanri
vas f' ai- '1 and the Columbian govern
ment was making strenuous efforts to
largely reinforce the garrisons there
and at Colon. Regarding the recent
battle at Agua !ul e the Fioridfan's
ofllcers reported that the government
of Colombia claimed the insurgents
We hut that it was believed
at Colon that the engagement was un
de
Wi.t n the Floridiau left Colon nc
h.'-.d been received concern in?
ti n *ian cunl'oat Iloyara. which
left 1 -.i: (,a j' !y Agtia Iu!ce.
and -a f. t: had either
e n s o a
*h the 2 .-.i iier» sfre
LYNCHING It THREATENED.
Negro S-utally Assa-ilts a Wiscontir
Farmer'a Daughter.
I W Aug. !•».- A negro bna
•a" .*. a' e.J Anna Zimn:--rman
a farmer living alout a
.t the village of l»ane and,
.!
HER
make a specialty of picture framing.
(ESCAPED WITHOUT TROUBLE.
Delegates to Printers' Convention
i Driven Out by Fire.
I Cincinnati, Aug. 16.—Shortly after
noon I'ike's Opera House, on Fourth
between Vine and Walnut streets, was
discovered on fire. At the time the
delegates of the convention of the In
ternational Typographical union were
leaving the auditorium but all es
caped without any trouble. Xo liv^s
were lost and the only one injured was
Fireman Heekman. from falling glass.
Th" fire started in the sub-cellar of
Oeorge Joffi e's grocery, where a boy,
was smoking cigarettes while un
packing goods. The fire spread rap
idly but it was controlled in less than
an hour.
The losses aggregate $75,000, distrib
uted among many tenants.
HAVE PROVEN DISASTROUS.
Chicago Teamsters Vote to Abolish
Sympathetic Strikes.
Chicago, Aug. 16.—Team.-ters and
their employers, in separate meetings,
have decided to abolish the eympa
i thetic strike from the teaming Indus
i try. The employers combined to fight
the sympathetic strike and the team
?t rs agreed that in the future such
set ion could not be taken unless sanc
tioned bv a two-third vote of the joint
e\» cutive committee of all the locals,
i The disastrous results of the recent
etrike by the freight handlers and
packinghouse teamsters brought both
parties to a realization of the evils of
ilie sympathetic strike.
The Sinif Old Mory
.! A. Kelly relate? un experience sim
ilar to tbat which has hajpei eiiin t»l
t: —t every n«-ighb rhool ir. the United
Mat- s hi i Lac been told and re told by
thousands of others. He says: "Laet
euinmer I had an atta"t of dysentery
and purchaaeh a bottie of Chamberlains
Colic. Cholera and Ihrehoea 1v medy,
which I used aeeo lirg to directions
and with entirely satisfactory results.
The trouble was e »ntrolI» much quick
ertl anf'.rmer altaeks when I used other
remedies." Mr. Kelly is a well known
citizen of Ht-r.derson, N. C.—- For sale by
Aii lrupgisTs.
ID a nens'dess condl-
e a i o u e u n e o
hla cr me ajnd confesited to
i Who 1 appen^l to he in the
.. "j*h.' nun fail, to cap
th- hut immediately ir
'u• th-- t.t'h, of the girl and
st w» :. The x»sse cap
-ed th- t. it after strugslin-.
8
•:perat« ly ed and is now ?t
thieatencd if he is
*iir!.i"| on a
rrnan pla« e. The
.-rious.
I YOUR HOHE
Ttic I.iniiiirnt fc»r Mraln*.
Mr. F. H. ells, the merchant at Deer
Park, Irtr Islanil. N i .. saje: 1 always
recon.et.de.i Chamberlain's Fain Balm
as th*- t**st Imiti.ent for strains. I used
it last w int« for a severe lameness in
the side, resulting from the strain, and
was greatly plea#*.-.} with the quick relief
a- care it eflieeted.— For sale by All
lr unlets.
Foley's Kidney Oure purities the blood
hy straining out impurities and tunes
up the whole system. Cures kidney and
bUibler troublew.—Chris iShutz.
Comfort, Convenience and Taste will be#
greatly gratified by buying some of our
BEAUTIFUL RUGS|F?„MUP
And our Chef fonier* at
9 CANDY CAT^RnC.
C&c. Wr.
Gcnuinr C. C. C. N'rver sold !n hulk
Bcw^ic cf the deck* vho tries tc
$7.50
GIVE AWAY
0F pitchen utensils, all useful articles. It you are in need
KJI
"jorrifthine i
'TT AS
eood
and upwards.
We carry a large stock of picture- and wall molding and
WHITE BROS.,
The New Furniture Store.
THE GREAT ANNUAL SALE OF
The Jewel Malleable Steel Range
WILL BEGIN AT McDONALD BROS'. HARDWARE STORE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, AND CONTINUE ONE WEEK,
DURIN«R
During that week we will also make a spscial price
Knives and Forks which are guaranteed not to tarnish or peel oft. Don't miss these two great sales
absolutely free to each purchaser
CeMetr
CHA5. B. KENNEDY,*
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President.
THE HADISON
State Bank
riadison,
Time^tried and proven valuable. The
best on the market. Long tried evi
dences of its staying and preserving qual
ities on every hand, If you want a dura
ble paint get MONARCH PAINT at
Home, Sweet Home,
DO YOU
And let us talk it over. Get our prices and terms and
we can suit you in either. List your lands with us for sale.
SQUARE DEALING. NO REGRETS. Call on or address
WM. F. BAKER or WM. HcGRATH,
LANNON-COOK BLOCK. HADISON, S. DAK.
of
a kitchen
$2.68
of
flcDONALD BROS.
In order to close out our Summer Shoes and make room for our Fall and Winter stock we are sell
ing all our HEN S & BOVS* CANVAS SHOES and Ladies' Oxfords and Children's Oxfords and Slippers
at greatly reduced prices. Also a lot of Men's Ladies' and Children's Shoes in "broken sizes" to
clean up our stock. These bargains will interest you all, as you must all wear[sho«f. Come [early if
you want to get your share of these bargains.
a Steel
stove
PR!CS FIVE CESTS
J. M. WILLIAnSON,
Vice President.
S. D.
Lo&ns LOWEST
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BAKER PAYS THE FREIGHT.
WANT
LANDS FOR SALE
In all parts of South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota
and elsewhere. If you invest with us,
WE PAY YOUR FARE
To make a personaljexamination of our lands and^choose
for yourself.
5EE US FIRST
Land Office.
A HOME?
We can help you get on#. Do you want a Farm,
Stock Ranche or City property? Call on us. Do you want
an investment that will pay better than bonds or mort
gages? We can cite you to it. We have
$7.50
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