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.v to vwty iMtrun. Sen-1 lull address.
OFF EASILY
\T0RS IN MICHIGAN MIL*
i CLOTHING FRAUOl
PIE AO GUILT*.
WITH HEAVY FINES
Pi
Orr!,tret tha Olflfld«Rtl Cm-
11 thf Eyes of the Court
Is Induced to Leniency Becaure
U* Recegnt«M tha tanrtcaa af
c-i i.cfi Used by Id* State In
A ci of Justice.
Anc J*.- Mcssra.
v
:th. KaufTer and |SU k
ih tulei Min Am*« r«»m
i appeared tn tl»»*
th. day am! plead
harm- of ouxptim y
*l«- I.) their tunu
military rlolhla*
atralnst them was
from perjury tn ««n
ir testimony befeir#
that itiv«»«tl« n*«-«i th'
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lit]
Mli
:ra«y t» defraud the
rf r. Wood worth Mil
fined fjnni ami
tin..I fl.L'un. with th*
oh ihm
an
Vo,k
of it. ./f
of tw» y«*nrn'
l!
'be ftiii urn not paid
four hours. In pats*
•I«»*!a:»• Went
kh
Ii the do
Of11• lUptlble In |}jr
and that the ourt was
,,'inpoMc llii -H not from pity
fat that for a eenturv
"-foicnlzert thr fact that
t,y ntatcH In the ni
ft1 entitled to considora-
l!,f
INCREASE OP WAOKS.
"P«ntsrs May Strike
•«pt I.
Members of tho
*at|Hntira of
L* V-rk. Aiik 2H.
v! "ri
,,f
Mill.' 1,' "i!i'''11
K,l',k«i
I* L-i il.'
on |.al»tr
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fl|i
er
K**r !|u
II...
""Ion arn
,"'l»«nt.iH
family: the last is the greatest economy of all.
of the
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ri Vs'!.' *r!''''1'J''
ur"l'ni,'
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V» 'v"! or liffop-
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uhi
i of th«- broth
11
bai-n mad* on otfc-
^'l-LED
ON CROSSING.
et ,n,tant
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Death
Lea M,nn
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by
'•"Nintwi*
n o owder
-Absolute ly Pure-
Working uniformly and perfectly, ft makes the bread
and cake always light and beautiful, and there is never a
of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs.
Finer food saving of money saving of the health of
•OVAl •AMINO POWDtft CO- 100 WILLIAM IT.. NCW YOKK.
DEATH OF GEORGE HOADLE".
Ei-Governer of Ohio Hai Been Failing
for Some Time.
Rorhwlvr, N V Auk 1*1.—fconu* ad
ditional iiifui ujuti-'ii r- ard(tiK tli
cP.Kh of (fUVMrnor lloadley if (Ih.u.
whirl) orrurifd at Watkina. N. Y..
Tii« «4*f -itfmc. haw natht^l h«*r''.
Th-- «*v Kn\.-rnor. who ha«
n piU'tniiiK la* in N« Y**tI* «i»y.
txaovtnwoff
moaducy.
Wrnt to a Hanltarhnn at Watl.ln*
1
v
nr. '.s aco with th«« h«po that li* nu iit
In *om* of hn* l«»««t Ktr«'nrsh. I*
to two wri'U a»ro h« wa^ aid-1 to
\N. tit th«« »tronnd« «»f tli*- naisltarlnm.
|i'it his nK«- counti-d
.i»:alnet
in and
hiK Miitwth uradnally fallim: hi"
fi* to triko to !i»
Im
iI from whirh
h. .:ld not riK'aln nrlno.
Ttji- remains, arcompanl.d by th
fainilly. Will be »hl|»|**d to Tin. inna'i
MANY DELEGATES PRESENT.
American Bar A«»ociation In Annual
Meeting.
Saratorn. N Y
Auk
I'S.- Ttir Amor
Irnn Mar Awsoriation h«'£an Uh tw.h
ty fifth annual ni«' tl"K durinii th«
.la) Tlu r«' HUH n lnr:«' atlrn-lancr o
dcI.-Kat.
mli'
th'1
mr.
tln^
whs «all«»'
In .rd by rrtisldtlit V
T.ttti.' liock. Ark., wbo then dellverw
an addifna.
Caee Againet President Burt.
Omaha. Ann. 2K.--Wh.-n tin- as? of
I'r. sld. nt P.urt »f th.' 1'nion I'm m
rallway rharK«'d with r«»strl tiiiK th«
lilurty of »trlki» bn-aki rn. was .all.
In tli«* pollr.' rourt hid attorn.ys. IM
•on Huh and C'harl. s Dun..y. furni^h.-.l
a bond of |i!'"' uii *»ati» of Hit* ti u ctuu
plaints and the caw waa »et for trial
on S«'i»t. 3.
Oil Wall Operator® in Danger.
ftoatimont. T«*••
AuK
hk
I
itladioon
S»nu* baking powder makers claim their powder*
are heap. r. Tlx y can
Ik-
W
I
I
MADISON,
cheajw-r only if made
from c!i« .ijM-r inat« riiis. To cht ajH.-n the cost of
an article of food at die expense of its healthfulness,
as is dune alum baking powikrs, is a crime.
RESULT OF A CUARREL.
Two New York People Dead and a
Third Dyinj.
New York. Auc. 2K~~T,u, 11 ,*.* 1
tw»»n*ynit y»»ar« old. and .los jh
C'aniptiell ar** d.ad and an ut.known
man in dying In Uf*H«»vue ho« ital a.'
th«» result. th |»ollro pay, of a qoarri*!
In tho woman's npaitm^rts in lTat
Twi.ty fifth strp.'t, Ac -ording u t1:
police the two men rnti-n*d the a
merit.* and tho juanvl en»ued,
which four !-hets were fir»»d.
Tho Hall woman lived in thr e sma!i
roomy In the rear of the f,rs«t fioor ot
th** house, which in a lame tenement
Her almost nude body was found on
the floor of th*» twdriMun. with a lu!
let h«! through her heart. Can
Imdv. fully drevficd. with a
through his heart, was lyini:
that of lhi» woman. The nn .«wi.
lny «1 in»: in the game nx»m a
having ent« »e.i the ba^e of tin !".t u
•tel h«tte:. the spinal column.
SETTLERS FEAR TROUBLE.
i:und»eds of Apache Indians Off Their
Reservation.
Phoenit. Arix Auc. 1'^.---For
iiionihs ?»«t Ai'ft.ho Ju lians hat
SOUTH
The
wor
I
,2®.
r,ror e
Hill liiKp»ftor of thi- oil field, gave out
Htatvim-nt In which he sn.vs: Tin
condition* of tho oil field aio alann
I
In th«' oitrcino. Tho ^as la so d»"
Keroun to th* lives of tho operators
that ovor 100 aro overcome daily anu
daiiRor of total bllndnosH l« Rroatly
foarod result ot constant con
t®rL
ID-
DAKOTA. THURSDAY,
WANTJIORE PAY
Gfc^ND MASTER OF TRAINMEN
CONFIRMS REPORT OF CON­
CERTED MOVEMENT.
SAYS STRIKE IS IMPROBABLE
Vote of the Men Authorizing the Mak­
ing of Demands Is Now Being Taken,
but Will Not Be Completed in Luss
Than Ninety Day*—-First Story Con­
cerning the Affair Unduly Sensa­
tional.
Cleveland. Aner. 28.—Grand Master
Leo of the Hrotherhood of Railway
Trainmen said during the day:
"It is true that a concerted move
ment has been inaugurated by train
men and conductors employed on the
railroads west of the Mississippi river
to secure uniform rules and compen
sation. A vote of tho men. whi will
probably result in the officers of the
two organizations being authorized to
piesent requests to the various roads
for th eso concessions, i- now
taken. It will, howev. r. bo at least
ninety days before th*- vit has bo* n
completed. Tht-ro i* J'.-obit"ly i,
talk of a strike and tie possibility oi
such a movement is extremely re
mote."
THEY PLAN A GIANT STRIKE.
One Hundred Thousand Trairrren
Want Higher Wages.
Milwaukee, Aug. 2S.—By Sept. 15
the large railway systems of the coun
try will be confronted with a demand
by members of the Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen for an in
crease in wages which will mean an
additional outlay of ft,"• •,«.«»» a n:onth
for wages by railroads in tho countrv.
or the alternative of a strike which
will eclipse in its extent all previous
strikes, includiryr the demonstration ot
the American Railway r. n in IV'I.
The cb-mands which
ni!ilat«d here, hut nnt
are for an increase of
wages, which ans
a month inn ase In
b.aV»»me«i i «adaet
b.-en nit'!' tin* ser
from #r..!. of the
ccnmtr* to a ai
railway aid
of th.
tod from th-
to tak«* part in
every ii-a'.,,
sw-ti hm.vi r*:r.:
U'.
1
CO!
1
jjeiuriiiK pot mission to have th i
vat ion and have been cnthering it 11
at-andonod Fort McDowell ro*-rvation
until now ther«» are about there
Settlris in that vicinity are oinjdain
ing of ttivir trespass in*: ion an
^.inin tl-ids am! their threat, nin.f lan
place wh« n driven out. S 111« is hav.
petitioned the «nveiRor to aid in s.
«in in their return to tho reservation
as they tear trouble, delegations ot
Indians have waited upon tin- overn
or. saying they were }te:v.eful and onl.»
wanted the privilege of living there
which they believed from some for
mer understanding they were ««ntitle.i
to do.
S. 'intor Hale,
field. Powers
Tit party urr.'
drive about th
At Wateivili
giMa to this n
i r.tuber «d lari.
hat. been t
and from t:-.
a largo mrnl'.
Hi om ha
ve been frr
presonte
ter cent i
$10 to $2
e wages i
s. P«ans have
ae of delopat
lodge* in ths»
©nnference o
local memVer-
'h
»rd-r hr.ve a! eady paid their as
eessrr.em« fo- the expense eoanwti
with the -if^rencs.
l^degaf have already been s
s In th cotintry
negotiations. i»r» 1
conductor an
on roads in th
sted in the out
have not as
oftitinls of ti
ll! be as so.in r.
of the Railway
upon th" form n
ire to lv prc-
e Tlif tb i:
he- U je esonfc'!
rail!- :o's. but t'.
t!:* ox»'utive
1
Trainmen has
w hii the dem:
sente,!.
PRE£IDENT IN MAINE.
Greeted at Bangor bv Many Prom
0e cnia.
Bangor. Anc 28.—'The s}
train bearing ti
i
party arrive!
S. hcdule time, i
at the train
I Haste
rn .^t:l!n^ S
r.c
esidc nt and
it 12 o't lock, o
resident was ro
••lent Real
Fair assoeia'
uressnn-n I i, i.
is.
.tely starved ,•
the way from A"
iiere ar«i I orated a
er mills, a star
e to tile '.» 5m
president gr. tI
people, many
ii a distance in a.i
to he^r
DAMAGE IS VERY HEAVY.
Arkansas Valley In Colorado Flooded
by Cloudburst
Florence, Colo., Aug. 2K.—One of tho
heaviest rains that has ovor visiter! the
Arkansas valley foil here during th*
night and great damage is reported.
Many houses on the lowlands were
flooded.
A cloudburst in the mountains south
of here floo«led everything in its path.
At Canon City the streets were cov
ered with several ineheg of water.
The damage to the fruit crop is very
Itavy.
SEVENTEEN PERSONS INJURED.
Collision Between Electric Cars Near
Sharon, O.
Youngstown, O., Aik'. 2S.—Two cars
of the Youngstown ai.d Sharon Elec
tric company collided two miles south
of Sharon. Seventeen persons wor
injurrd, two seriously. Thr- seriously
injured are F. S. Bach and John Far
raghrr. both of Youngstown.
Fifteen others received slight in
juries. The accident wa* the result
of a misunderstanding of orders a
hi .vy log.
The Sanif old story
J. A. Kr 1 relates nn experience sim
ilar to that wbi 1) has haj ed in ai
most every neighborhood iii the United
Statrn tu.d hap been told and re told by
thousand* ,f others, lb- says: -Last
summer I had an attaet of dysentery
and purehasi-h a bottle uf Chamberlains
Colic, Cholera and Iirchoea Kemoih.
neing
which
i
I u«» accordir to direr-tions
ar.rl with entirely satisfactory result#.
The trouble'was «ntrollcd much quick
ertliari former attacks when I used other
remedies." Mr. Kejlv its a well known
citizen of Henderson, X.
AH lruggist*.
I "or sale by
Ttie Itrst intnif-nt for St ralii«.
Mr. 1*. H. ell?, the merchant at Deer
Park, Lorg Island. X. Y.,sajs: I always
recomer.ded Chamberlain's Pain Balm
a« the best liniment for strains. I used
it las* wint*t for a severe ian.eness in
the- pi le, repultirg from tho ptram. and
was greatly plenM-d with the- quick relief
and care it efliceUd.--For sale by All
lruggiets.
Foh KidnoyOure purifit tthe b]..--d
by straining »ut impurities and tunes
up the whole system. Cur.-s kidney arid
biad '.-r tr"*ib|*-«. Chri« SV"*:*..
Genuiw stamptd C. C. C. Never sold In hulk.
Beware of the dcakr who trie5 tc sell
•*»o.-ncthing i '5t ecK»d."
W BRER W. I0LLES
(iraduatc of the
PiORThWESTEFj CDHSEBYHTGBY.
.lifincapolis. pupil of Frank T.
Haird, Mrs. 15«nd and F. i. Cilea
s. n. Chicago, is prepared to take
pupils in Voice, Harmony and
fntcrpietnti' n. Correspondence
s
iicitcd.
Dray Line.
KST OUTFITS III THE CITY.
All kinds
of i)raing
promptly, also movinp
household pocnls. Piano &
Safe rioviitg a specialty.
THE GREAT ANNUAL
Jewel Malleable
Sim & pot.
WILL BEGIN AT McDONALD BROS'. HARDWARE STORE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, AND CONTINUE ONE WEEK,
During which time we will GIVE AWAY absolutely free to each purchaser of
xth of kitchen utensils, all uselul articles. It you are in need of a kitchen stove buy a Jewel steel
I Range and have something that will never wear out. Buy it now while the sale is on and get these useful
1 kitchen utensils. During that week we will also make a special price, ot $2.68 on our celebrated Silver
Cca&cr.
AVCHIST 28, T902. PRICE FLVR TESTS
ik«
and Forks which are guaranteed not to tarnish or peel off. Don't miss these two great sales at
YOUR HOflE
CHA5. B. KENNEDY,"
President.
State
No. 38 Perry Street,
w
done
tirst make* it* appearance. Mi#«
r.,.wey's painful and dangerous accident
i n-'t have resulted soseri.'n«ly
t.ik. n Wine ..f 'ardui pr.•
Comfort, Convenience and Taste will be
greatly gratified by buying some of our
I The
BEAUTIFUL RUGS ^?0Map
And our Cheffoniers at $7.50 and upwards.
We carry a lar^e stock of picture and wall molding and
make a specialty
of
picture framing,
WINE of CARD
VI
WHITE BROS.,
iNew
THE MADISON
fladison, S. D.
Farm Loans Lowest
^RATEF^-
MISS M0NIE B0WEY,
A couple of winters ago I
slipped on a frozen siArwalk
ar.i fell flat on mv back. On
being examined found that
1 had sustained internal iniu
ries which laid me up for more
than two mirths. After that
I noticed that I had pains in
the back and groin which I
never had before. I doctored
and doctored for several
months but as the pains in
creased instead of growing
better I decided that 1 was not having the
ri^ht treatment. Reading in the papers
of the wonderful cures performed by
Vine of Cardui I wrote to one of the
parties and received a very satisfactory
reply and I immediately sent for some.
In a very- short time I felt generally better
and after seven weeks faithful use I was
once more well and strong. I have never
had a sick hour since and I daily bless
your splendid mcdicine.
.Vu,
SALE OF
Steel Range
O N A O S
In order to close out our Summer Shoes and make room for our Fall and Winter stock we are sell
i«ff
all our HEN'S & HOYS' CANYAS SHOES and ladies' Oxford* 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 wearJshoes.J^Come early if
you want to get your share of these
bargains.
a
Furniture Store.
J. H. WILLIAHSON,
Vke President.
Bank|
DETROIT. MICHIGAN.
ti an a
MONIE BOVEY.
IXK OF CARPI*I is on* medi
cine that should always be kept
on hand in every home for im
mediate use when female we.ik-
W.i..' of Carl ii r.akes w^
men more womanly by cur
ins* their weakness and n.ak
inkT them ftroncr. Wine of
Cardui cured Mis* Bow y.
Asa medicine fur all woj ..-n
in every trying jxTi-nl (f
their live* can you think
of
a
better medicine for vours- f.
yuur sister, your dautrl.:r
or your mother Can \-u
think of a more acce]»tal-lo
]re»ent to jjive your fri nd
i« of thi* metlicine wluch
v I riiiij lier health and happine-s?
V'-a are suffering? Your duty is to
ri-1 rourself of this pain.
If
your
dauffliter. mother, sister or friend is
eiek and in need of relief, your duty is
equally preat to them. Many won n.
li"W well, owe their live* to frituds
who brought them Wine of Cardui.
Wine of Cardui is adapted to wo
men at any asre in any walk of hte.
For the working woman it trivea her
strength for lnr task* and better
treatment than a doctor for very small
cost.
Your dniffcrUt will sell yon a $1»
bottle
i«f
cks
Wine »f Cardui. S\ure the
Ik
ine tinlay. Take it in the privacy
of your home. Relief will come to you
a* s .*••'' .t i take it.
i.oliion suff.-rii.ij worn
ha\e feun relief in
W .ne, ('iir'iui.
Steel Range $7.50
s

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