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i WE OFFER: SHIRT WAISTS Former Price 50c to 60c now 40c Former Price 75c to 85c now 60C Former Price $1.00 now ygc Former Price $1.25 to $2.00 nit poc DIMITIES & LAWNS— Former Price 10c now 07C Former Price 12^c 15c & 18c now 10C GROCERIES BEST BRANDS Our stocks are New quality and price. s ©Ije gaily SPECIAL SALES MADIHOy, HOI'ia DAKOTA. OFFiCIflL PAPER CF CITY W COONTT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1902. TKHMS OP MUiMCIillTlOM. By muil, 1 y»*ur By ru.'iil, 11"i'iithr By mail, ni'intlM jljr mail, 1 month carrier, jx-r w J. F. STAIIL, Proprietor. II. A. hTA L. Huxtners Muiffir. TKLKI'IIONK, At McGILLlVRAY'S That will give'eustomers big bargains. One of these is our stock left of Summer Wash Goods. We want to close them nut and have placed a selling price on every article, making nany choice bargains. Our Special Shoe Counter Contains a larger number of genuine snnps 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. S O 13*. The labor unions of Sioux Falls have resolved to boycott two unfair business houses of that city one a cigar niaou factory, the other a barber shop. It is a queer mix up South Dakota has got into with North Carolina. At the instance of Congressman Burke, it is said, Simon Schafer presented to the state of South Dakota for the benefit of the university, £•),000 of bonds issued by the state of North Carolina in aid of some certain railroad in the south. The bonds were not very clear in their legal status ar.d this is probably why Schafer parted with them so readily. After guaranteeing tho bonds in the first place and receiving good interest and some excess in payment annually from the company for whom the bonds were issued, the state of North Carolina al lowed its legislature by a later act to legalize certain second mortgage bonds of tho company held by Simon Roths childs and Chas. Salter to come in ahead of the original bonds, and these gentle men to thus become prior lien holders. It is to knock the pretensions or claims of these gentlemen out that South Da- E I O S O E It's the "Come back again" trade that pays best it's the kindly smile of satisfaction a well pleased customer gives as she goes out alone and returns with a friend, which builds up huge businesses. It's the repeat orders it's the »as before" orders from our country customers it's trade of whole families it's the power of the confidence of the public it's in being able "some how" to sell better goods at a lower price than others which has made w business 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 you. Ifeg^From this time on we will have FRESH FRUITS in large variety and quality. sReir«Tdb:rH^ru^ dke.ttto 'nof nooocooBO»ccoooauougooa*t»ooo»»o«ccM«o«iooo»oomoMMQK D. HcGILLIVRAY. O E I E 5 TEA, COFFEE, BAKING- POWDER, ECRACKERS, FRUITS, In fact everything in the Grocery Line at Lowest Prices, and Fresh. Can suit you en both TOM CARET.f .$4n 2.1 1.' 0 25 10 kota lias entered suit against them and state of North Carolina together, and evidence in the case is now being taken by deposition at Pierre before Ivan \V Goodner. Col. Stewart of Pierre ap pears for the state of South Dakota and two lawyers from North Carolina ap pear for the other side. It is asserted that South Dakota has a good prospect of winning the?fJO.OOO. A 7-year old son of E. K. Forgaard living west of Lake Preston, climbed to the top of a 40-foot windmill tower and while he was up there his brother turn ed the mill in gear, never thinking that his hrothor was at the tf)p of tho towor The boy was caught in the fans and hurled to the ground. Luckily for the boy he first struck an inch and a-half gas pipe which carried tho water from a pump to the watering tank, thus break ing the force of the fall, and r.o doubt saved his life. The gas pipe was almost bent in two. He was injured mostly about the head and stomach, but no bones were broken, and the doctor. think he has a chance for recovery. The spire of the Catholic church at Aberdeen was struck by lightning Tues day morning, net on tire and partially de stroyed. Two rural mail routes have jug! been ordered in South Dakota, one at Baltic, Minnehaha county, and another at Col man, Moody county. Service to begin October 1. The third instance of foreign securi ties ever being listed for sale in tho New York stock exchange took place last week, when a Russian government loan to the amount of over one billion of do COTTON CRASHES- 15c Ooods at Half Price. Demin & Duck Skirts $1.00 to $1.25 now 75c Cotton & Liuen Crash Skirts— $1.50 to $2.50 now $1.00 LACE TIES—At Half Former Price. 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. We not only meet all competition In prices, but offer the following specialties: Package Dust Tea, 15c, 2 packages for 25c. A fine Tea in steeping quality, equal to 50c tea for only 30 Good bulk Coffee at 10c. Try our 35c Coffees, the best that money can buy. J. a. Johnson's big store. lar» \va plai-od upon the market. It is an enormous loan and shows that New York is row considered the financial center of the world. These bonds draw four per cent interest for foreign inves tors, but to Russian investors the inter est is subject to a government tax of tho per cent, which reduces the bond interest rate to 3.80. Thos. Hums and James Andrews, two of the thugs captured at Aberdeen dur ing the shooting and robberies of Satur day night, have been held in bonds of $."»,000 each to appear at circuit court. They now lodge in jail. Vf. ration Iit) •. Vacation time is here and the children are hardly living out of doors. There could be no healthier pl«»ce for them You need only to guard against the ac cidents incidental to most open air .No Lot sale will take place at Eureka, S, IX, on September 4, 1902. Excursion rates from all points on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway within the state of South Dakota. This is a splendid opportunity to secure a .secure location for business at small cost. For further information write Geo. W, Morrow, Eureka, S. D., and for ticket rates apply to any ag- nt of the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. When oth'-r have failed. Take Foley's Kidney Cure, It has ured when everything else has dicap pointed,—Chris Shutz. CHAFFEE RETURNS TO MANILA. Receives Instructions Regarding the Island of Mindanao. Manila, Aug. 21.—General Chaffee reached the island of Cebu Tuesday on the transport Ingalls and received from Washington instructions regard ing the course to he pursued in Min danao island. Subsequently he left Cebu for Manila. It is not known here whether he has taken action in the matter of the Mindanao Moros. No word was received during the day from Lake Lanao, where Captain James Pershing of the Fifteenth cavalry is in command of a column of American troops. More Rumor* About Scflwaa. Pittsburg, Aug. 20.—The private car Loretto, belonging to Charles M. Schwab, president of the United States Steel corporation, was attached to the day express which left for the east during the morning. No information :ould be obtained from the attendants of the car but it was said Mr. Schwab and party would board the car at Cres son, Pa., for New York and would sail for Europe in a day or two. Tho average age of men and women has been increased .'13 per cent during tho last der ade. People have been tak n(r Rocky Mountain Tea. A life pre server.—Frank Smith. MOVING Pianoo, Mfos, Household Ctaeifrmu' hII other kinds of moving done prompt ly by Hlhdell Bhob. NO rALSK €LAINfl. The propiietora of Foley's Honey and Far do not advertise this an a "sure cure for consumption." They do not claim it will cure this dread complaint in adv tnc«d coses, but do positively assert that it will cure in earlier stages and never fails to give comfort and relief in tha worst cases, Foley's Honey aud Tar is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy. UefuseeubetituteB.—Chrif Shats, ferene ference lasted spots. Remedy equals DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, for quickly stopping pain or removing danger of serious consequ ences, for cuts, scalds atid wounds. I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for cuts, sores bruses, says. H. Johnson, Swift, Tex "It is the best remedy on the market." Sure cure for piles and skin diseases. Beware of counterfcts. —Cook & Odee. Keep Your Eye On the new town of Linton. North Da kota. It is the junction of the new line of the Chicago, Milwaukee Jfc St. Paul Railway from Eureka, S. D.. and the Northern Pacific Railway from McKen zie, N. D. Linton is the county seat of Emmons county and is situated on Bea ver Creek, a never failing stream in the heart of a fine farming and stock raising country, well settled with thrifty farm ers. YORK. SCHWAB IN Steel Trust President to Sail for Eu rope Saturday. New York, Aug. 21-TtCW%a Schwab, president ot the Vnitu Steel corporation. vvln art'i\ei during the night, took bivaUln* a Lorraine, where he lias a pin 't"Jl He said he was fueling very that he expected to vinit his oW1' in/ the day. It is understood that a Schwab will sail for Europe on bat- Mr. Schwab went to the offices of the United States St^el corporation where he remained lor a time. then went to the banking house o P. Morgan & Co.. where he had a eon ence with Mr. Morgan. 1 ho co about an hour. Notli- ing concerning it was made public. E. H. Gary, chairman of tho execu tive committee of tho Stool corpora tion, made the following statement. "President Schwab spent consider able time ip my office during tho lng and also In his own office an" the bank of J. P. Morgan & Co. He i^ looking well and hearty. There seems to be no doubt that he will soon in' completely restored to health. Wo are all insisting that he take a much needed rest. During the last fifteen months he has had charge of more re sponsibility than one person should assume. However, he has so systema tized the business of the company that it will not suffer during his absence. He will probably sail within a day or two and will take with hi in the best wishes of all his associates." TWO BOTTLES* iTHKI) HIM. **I tvas troubled with kidney com ptatnt for about two years." writes A. H. Davis of Mt. Sterling, la., but two bot tles of Foley's Kidney Cure effected a permanent euro,"—Chris Shutz. Mother Atwt»ys Kft'p# It Handy My mother suffered a long distressing pains and at once and now at AFTER M/mmo, POND'S Cooli, Comfort! and Heala the Skin. E"ab! ng th« Most Tender Face to Erjoy a C!om Shave Without Unpleasant Results. Avoid dan^erout, irritating Witch Razel preparation, represen'ed to be "the aarr.e as'' l'OSD'8 EXTRACT, which easily sour and generally contain wood alcohol," a deadly poison. One Person Tells i I time frnm gi nt-ral illluviltli due primary to indigestion," says I. \V. Spalding. Verona, .Mo. "Two years ago I got her to try Kodol. She grew better the age of seventy six, eats anything she wants, remarking that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol handy." IVn't waste time doctoring symptoms. Go after the cause. If your stomach is sound your health will f»e good, lvodo! rests the stomach anil strengthens tin- body by digestiug your food. It is nat ure's own cook.—Cook A Odeo. Notice of Sale of Hi al Hy irtu« of an onW u.! of thp oirt of I.ske roiinty, outh mad" oourth-yn [letitinti of th undVreuin-'l, t'hurlet» Jr.. rtilinim-trstor of the ••-tut* ItnrW IM.1 maiiii, .!•( '•!, fur an oMer to ^ell r-nl ert'.te of deo'.'i.-eci on the ISth |u\ of Aiiiru-t, li-O-J 1 tOi.-ill on or after the .iril iu of sevtemlier, 1' •v.'. *••11 at private f.,le, Ht theniV e of .t. II. William son. in rouuty, the real rotate d»-sen!etl :i« follows, to wit: The -"iithwest quarter 1 of taction Or..- ,1 •uicl !irthe»et quarter (lie V of taction Twei,t «ix -Jtii In township One hundred and five !tVo nart'n of range Fifty-one iM sleo lots" T«o cj. Mid Three 3) in ce^tlon Th rty one i :J| and lot o u i 4 i n s e i o n i y o i i n o w s Out-hundred and pis (K»i i rth of r.-tni:-' ifty one (Mi we»tof the 5th I'rncipal Meridian, all tfeiiijf In I.ake cou.it, Scut.. Dakota, on the fol lowing ternn1, to-wlt: Not les- thmi one-third •1 ic«?h on delivery of deed ronvej inc clear title, and the balance* on not more than two iti) year# time, with internet at)»»x itiiper cent, the pure!.a-erto rive approved feciiritv and tnortirape on th- iTemi^s «011. to periire the payment of th" unpaid portion of the pur hape money, liiiic. fur enid inml murt in w riting, and filed at 'jt ofl.ee in .Vulliuii, ». I). Dated tliii 1-th day of Au™wt A —('harlea li.-!mripn, Jr Administrator of the Estate i S.arl. ii-\ niann. deceased. is* A J. 11. Williamson Another ABOUT KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE. Tbat'a Why It* Sale la Increasing so Rap* Mly-So there miit be Somathlaf la Merit Alter All. Fair minded always admit it when they (lnd an article of m.-rit. If It has done them good they want it to help others, too. Thousands ar witness to the wonderful curative qualities of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It Is the only preparation which pos itively and completely digests any good food you may eat. No one dis putes the fact that some other di^ sf. anU partially accomplish this result Pepsin, for instance, is found in Un healthy stomach. When it is lacking the patient takes pepsin and it helps him. Hut pepsin digests only album inous foods, like meat and eggs. May be there's plenty of pepsin and a lack of the other digestants. Then it does no good. That's the trouble with the other preparations. They don't contain all the digestants. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure contains them all. It digests any good food you want, You don hav-e to diet. The feeling of fulness after highly rnoornrncod It" Gerrojrordo, N. (). Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Cures all Stomach Troubles. BCWIITSWIKI auci SALVE A certain cur# Sot CI N n n 3 i! a a •i I). Williamson, aodskia diseases A CA5E iness and make room for stock ordered its present size, tearing up we must Regardless Now Is the time to get a bargain in Silk Organdies, Linen Tissue*. Batista, Cotton Orgaudtes, Lawns, Dimities, Clialltm, AM) NOVELTY WASH OOODS, NECK RIBBONS •PHONE 24-2. r^ n f. f, n n v, n r. n Li 'U J' U 'J "J' 3 71 In* hit-Ill It is through the bowels' that tho body IHclertllHed of IIII|(UI'ltieH, ('ofihtipatioi, a-oiis ill the H\h' 11 mg iieadachc, dtillne.-ih an,] ,,, In order to handle our increasing bug. for are compelled to build Fall We quote you no prices her© but surprise you when you come in. stock consists of MEN'S, BOYS' & CHILDREN'S Suits, Overcoats, Pants, Shirts, Collars, Neck-ties, Underwear, Hosiery, Overalls, Jackets, Duck Coats, Hats & Caps, Trunks & Valises, Mackintoshes $ Umbrellas, Belts & Suspenders. Everything goes at a price. We must have the stock out of the way. BURNETT & CO. MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE 5ALE OF ...WASH GOODS.. I can furnish them in all colors in silk er aatin taffeta, wash silk and satin face. n* is n n j» j* msr uJ :j H- 1 "j, 1 a at hrxt, then unsightly erupt.onH ni-i Vh, jin v,,,. Mm, triiiihli- i .,,,^'"!™ ..f r'",n Fresh Groceries, Fruits ft Vegetables, the best in the Market ..A BARGAIN.. $2.00 I have 100 pair of Ladies' Shoes to close out at $3-oo and $3.50 was the price. Come your size. A Special Sale on UMBRELLAS Satur day. The only chancc to get 'em cheap this season i HAVE TO. the At C. H. MORSE. LOUIS MALONEY immense and Winter our store to and before we ONE-HALF OUR STOCK of Cost. Then I want you to took at OUR HENDERSON CORSETS. Y°u can buy a (ilrdle. a Short, Medium Long Corset. A Pennant Winner, Columbia. Klondike. The lJk Tos.a, Floradora, Aurora Hell. 707 Straight Front. ITexo Clirdlc. Eaton, l~ady Zouave we twice start will] Our! Sc J. J. FITZGERALD. uonrrrrrrrnrrrr.mr.rrrnnraamiinBnfMiorinnrrrrrd DEALER IN CHOICE WINES & j«lsioux The Empire WsW.- AiX IIENDLRSON flAKIs. LAUUUUUAUUUSI MMAAEBIIOHOHUY JJ* early and LIQUORS- Fills Brewing "O0"" Comtr C(M Ave. ttk ((net.