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We i ir'- W i i" Z won't Our past sales in this li le is our best guarantee of the quality of these garments. Our sales have be:n large the past, every garment giving sat- isl of the isfaction. DON'T DON'T DON'T If you have never worn any these makes try one this year. Vou be disappointed. N. 0. IWIL'M SM oil both in quality and price. YOLRS FOR BARGAINS,? NICK COME AND SEE IF YOU THE BIO STORE Cold weather is just ahead snd if you are going to get those need ful things, now is the time to do it. An important fact—tag it to your memory. We can supply you. We also have on display a large line of Furs, Jackets, Sets, Etc., of the latest styles, which will certainly picas? OUR STOCK OF UNDERWEAR IS VERY COMPLETE. We are also showing a complete line of blankets-woolen and cotton. Just arrived—Flannel and White Oxford Shirt Waists. also have a fins line of Cloaks ami Jackets in ail the latest and fashionable styles. FLOOR COVERING 30 styles of A\minter, Wiftorts, Velvets and Ingrains. An elegant line of art squares- Rugs, Linoleums, Floor Oil Cloths and Straw flattings. We Are Ready TO SHOW OUR FALL LINE OF FLANNEL SHIRT WAISTS. Our fall stock includes proba b!y the greatest variety of styles we have ever had and anv ladv 1 seeing them is sure to find just what vou want. CAPES ft JACKETS ?LE SHOES. HEK3KEM QL'R FALL LINE OF SAMPLE SHOES HAVE JM-ri ved and now is the time to fit yourselves out with Shoes at a small cost, and those mho come early will get the "Cream of these Bargains." Besides these we carry the best assorted stock of Shoes of all kinds in the city and can suit you BJORNSTAD. »••••, wear out 10c worth of sole leather running to j[ get a 5c cut price. bite on every 99c and 49c offer you find. always look for snaps, tfce "gold brfck." BUTj stand by those who stand by yeu, and we are the friends of every economical buyer. for sometimes you get OUR GOODS AND PRICES PROVE IT. I books, riusic Rolls, Clothes Brushes, Tooth Brushes, etc. WE Rocky Mir:tain Medieino (V, Ira made by Madiaon our line of Pocketbooks, Bill- want The Best, this is your chance. are able to 5ell Cheap and we COOK & ODEE. 5 »»H When votir drufftf jut saya he hasn't got II. T. Mclntyre, St. Paul, Minn., i han peud your money to I DO? ecn troubled with UH. Ktoinnch. 4*•••••*$••••• TUNIMY. in I Ti •h 'hi t»»V iiU-1' i! ill »j "H'lV! i i i Tl ti L.„ •.Ms l.t-t u TI:. t.. ,r, 'Ti 1 15 -I .•h i: tlb'li. the. ni"!y Cr- in pr. .•-- Mr hi Fr.ii.- \i- vii: .li.'I n. h. .1 i f- .1 1 A fat hav.- !, -•f r! -taii'! Pi Hnrk. t'ml ir.it: in a t. ii!i_r -I Capes, most J. A. JOHNSON. Clje 11:' "T I*art of the w i i e This sh.AV peehJly iil hefoi-e $ It i• 'iild hut i tfiat iirojvr li the i n! ih .-TI tnadf up -u .»] «»f it- ii«w •i:.a !.,T. «,f St. fi^'ht :-d Ts •!.-. land- i:: v Lrreat annoyance ni ta\e- in tworouilties 1*» •'•ittinjf through Hinall 'i In-- will now I* obviat- ,"-1*1' n to chaiiin was patent*, to n i i i s v -t ite county ^'ets how soon taiiiecl will v.ho a SAJP. we'll BOD 1 it nt f» ii«l. I'on't I)'-fooled and Lievr'I ablettt do ine more ^ood with a w TthlesH uubatituUv- Frank than any hint,' I have ever taken." I V fmitbi ea'« by all dtupfiatP. dinontan 1 "Charnheilain'H Stomach money (,f tl II*In* Vote has not for can oh -'at*, for l* c«'nt. It until THO LEGISLATURE J»ROVIH^ lor it by law. The rate in the constitu tion has h«'ii changed to five j«-r cent by the recent of the }.'-ople, but thi's yet ljccn im .rporated into law practical purpo-.... ,-orcly I V v N, -os nr Dakota. CWeJD OFf.Ciit Piiiti! LF mLsTI. XOVKMUKU i'j. uo-J. TMiMx or llx'. KlI'TION. i. i.. r. 'air:.- Smith airainft i K* i'« -t'Sioux Kails. t!i»' death of h«*r a ivult of «-x« ssiv«* i "if mi thf jirairit a v»r»H»'t i'aiil, •!.i:»-rati* inaniirr. -hur down in ti .' stanha. Bishop "-hunk ,,f Farir,.. _-i.a "!"1 otl.er wi... iiiiuttiitii I rt tiit'iu to -ilaliou ct-n \s -tiniatitl that w.-r.' iti th.- !rant cnunty .lau^-s airaii.st 1 i» k»-«-j» of li-T Imsbai had li..li S: i ^t.sl for i 'I-.- WSW tht apjfars i'r eontr» j:it ..ii the '.vi in the .il. n_Ti-.-man y tV an an ex making pr» n Wa.-.hin^'ti nr at He Was from Ohio. ••The Japan. •:._' ?i.'\v» .ajH-r in,i hi.-ac- F.\.-nii •,h.l\ e NV. i i ah: .'-! id-liti. \V v*hini,rt n I Siiid that trloln- tr. J. Marin Mill. r, IV-t.at $». J.I' th.- liiu'^ 1 of silutatioii rr ni.-niinu' that with hi' "A few years a. Yokohama, a .'.un«- al«tm. and sight.frs, my rirkshaw a:, '. lv.»autiful .'Xi't'ssivflv inli?• •. th»*m th.*y in travc tht* tisua 1 w tirst ho wasn't l»irty aft«-r |wirt\ said )hi,.' h-1 i. w. r.' uttering t' !. and he was alu !h "Finally, on pa dozen or more. ually «*.urt»"iiiv wi.rd ..f welci ni' 1 a.-tnishim nt ai.\ '"Yes". 1» sil !. fr.»m .T»'flf»*iN»m tlid n fell, w- i:*•' w 1 1 IJAI.IH in tht' *J'n in I't nnit.^ton Lawrt'iicf'. a?.'1 Meade .- i,v.-:- ov.-r moving tl .' eounty i. •, ti i}j»- tir-t named and the lat*. two .ouiities a tew roads south to hriti.- i' etioli lilies. Hep t- .t it In. the ].:«y11i. I-hin th -ulidivi-i-.n- ed a- th c-arri •!. frho 1 i-- iel for the past J.a! e two i.'y i In* highest six. in n- y year mt in this state rest mil t-s- :iie },i that a whole if.- paid in iulvance a patent will i-sue. Only a ei.d ,i'ie »unty little oi th-- ol money is Ixini. loaned out. Ti.' ]'. -t v.-e. !. i,. ,ie] ,-oiuity called for 1 for ^y.non. Tnere is neariv hali amilli,n idle money in tin* fund. Much inquiry is l^inj.' made as to S. Mt.i jaausj The coming le«- islature will no dor,},? ath-nd to the necessary l«-:.'idat!.-n cj.rly in the wtwion. Alx rdcen c, iitplains i:U«.» by all drupififltt. u of in- sufficicut school facilities fi»rit8 rising iH.pulation. What city in South Dakota does not The remedy is to build more school houses just as Madison has done. TO RUI A COI.I* I.\ O\K DAV. fake Lwxative Bromo Quinino 'rabl^tfi. ilrtJKj/iKtH refund the money if it failn to cure. JO. W. firove'n Hignature in on each box. lias a Htranye injHteiiouH inlluenceon the human Bjstem. Biir.tfR personal inlliiencf", nuhtle f#rcf*. r\n will power, ntam- ina. It whariuH the human miiid J'hat'H what liocky Mountain J'ea will do. Friink Sinitli. MILES SUIT/' AKD OVERCOAT/"1 rA' 1 n-t tv. 'in tile i- in i-omiii' !!.jr\ inr.ti ••lis. -a". r. a that tii. wii -tat idelit i •h J.' tl: Cheap Excursion t. ('hicii^n ..ii .. n.i- ]. Milwaukee wn! k. for til.- i until r«-e.'m!» I' mati. n. applv ta?:. Palmer. MCM .1 With a Tail. The "C" with a tail is the trade mark of Cascarcts Camiy C.atharti* Look fur it on the light blue cnatncle i metal box! I'.ach tablet statnjici C. C. C. Never sold in laik. Ail' druggists, IOC. I To tlip I'alilii' Allow rne to pay a few \v r. of Chainh.'rlain'n Couyh H.-ri.edy. I ha a very severe couuh and cold and f. are I would t'et penumof.in. but aft»«r takit the FOi'oiaJ dofecf thi« ti.edirji.e I fe better,three bottles of it cured my col an I the pain in my chest disappeare entirely. I arn most n-ppeetfully joui for health. hirtv sevt-ath St., Wheeling, NV. Va. I'or HU! John Dillon's Condition Improved. Chi'airo, Nov. 25.— John Dillon, wh was stri ken with the K'i|» Sunday an was unable to plead Ireland's cause the Man« he.ster martyrs' memorial, whifh piit'i/ose he ainf tr f*hir repiirteil improved and will .,i.,:, leave for his home in a day or two. II1' Could II irl!) fit't I'p, P'H Duffy of Ashley, III., writ' •'lhis is to certify that I have taken two hottleu of Foley's Kidney Cure and It has helped me more than any other medicine, tried man) advertit-cd rein .•dies, but none of them i»ave me an) lief. My druytrist recommendedK«i|e\'• Kidney cure and it ha« cured me, lit* fore comrn. i.cii.(r jfH UM w .iH j„ a Hhape that could hardlvi»et up whei, once down." Hold by Chri"H Hhutz. NV. A. H.-rren «,f Finch, Ark write*.. ''I winh t. report that Foley'h Kidn _\ aire ha*cureia terrible cane i.f kidne"-, and bladder trouble that two doctor' bad (fiwn up." S"o|« |y C'hrtH Shut/. liu juayyui JC IDEAL (aur C. A. BARRON, Prop. Heals served at all hours 3 during the day, and at night 3 until I o'clock a. m. Lunch a specialty. OYSTERS o in any style on short notice. u Vour patronage is courtc ously solicited. y CBRenncccBOBRBnrcsrcccrirrnr by ,r,c tCLOTHIHRS. ABLER SUIT AND These pictures represent gar ments of this popular make which we have In slock. C\\V for the have I RED CROSS PHARMACY. 1 i',t l!oi,e) iind iar for coiitfim an IH fidiable, fried and tented, Hufe an C'hriH Shutz Hliri 1 NEW I Invite the attention «f the ladies of Madigon and Lake county to my LARCil Nl-W STOCK Of Millinery Hoods of all kinds, the latest styles and materials of endless variety. Can please both Ladies and Children In either goods or fits. UZAGEINAGER *ni("1MMMMIIHiOMnimMM|||n as look on the man voti see them here these pictures are drawn from garments themselves posed for 'ivinK model. I lies© garments* the tone and dignity charac teristic of all ADLER CLOTHES Let us show you a few Adler suits and overcoats, $8.50 to $26. GRINAGER BROS THE CLOTHIERS. Ifien's Suits. Fresli, new, stylish most prominent manufactures in the country We are particularly anxious to have yo visit our store this fall and inspect the ne styles as our stock is the largest and bestw have ever shown, and the prices, as always are invariably the lowest, good merchandise considered. Burnett & Co. We Meet ALL Prices. JUST li!:AR THIS IN MINI). We are here to stay, and we will treat you Give us a chance. Our aim is "the head of the Hn I Our goods are the best. Remember our motto be fore buying. We meet ALL prices. STODDARD & HALSTEAD. -T •XN,) up-to-date Prescriptions a specialty- Wo arc ottering the greatest values in Ladies' Walking and Dress Skirts we have heard of this s£&s~ on. Come in and see1 we are not right. THE FAIR ov**roAT suits from th HATTERS. right.