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Our past sales in this line is our best guarantee of the quality of^ these garments. Our sales have been large in the past, every garment giving sat isfaction. If you have never worn any of these makes try one this year. You won't be disappointed. ID. PiLllY ST. SAMPLE DON'T DON'T DOiN'T BUT, IF YOU When vour dru^ist says he hasn't ffot Rocky .M nintain ha made by Madison Modicin" id your tn mey to us. we'll eon I it post j»aid. Don't he fooled with ft _vr -th!*ax Bulnititute. -Frank guiitbi THE BIG STORE Cold weather is just ahead i.nd if you arc going to get those need ful thing*, now is the time to do it. AM important fact—Uf it to vour memory. We can supply you. We also have 011 duplay a large line of Furs, Jackets, Capes, Sets, Etc., of the latest styles, which will certainly please. 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. We also have a fine line of Cloaks and Jackets in all the latest and most fashionable styles. FLOOR COVI-R1NU5, 30 styles oi Axminster. Wiltons, Velvets and Ingrains. An elegant line of art squares Rugs. Linoleums, Floor Oil Cloths and Straw battings. We Are Ready TO SHOW OUR FALL LINE OF FLANNEL SHIRT WAISTS. Our fall stock includes »*W OUR FALL LINE OF SAMPLE SHOES HAVE Arrived and now is the time to fit yourselves out with Shoes at a small co t, and those who 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 oil both in quality and price. YOL'RS FOR BARGAINS,^ NICK BJOBNSTAD. 1» proba: bly the greatest varietv of styles we have ever had and any lady seeing them is sure 10 find just what vou \\ant. CAPES & JACKETS HOES. frOC 00 OOP Q»ftOO wear out l()z worth of sole teaitier running to get a 5c cut price. bit# on every 99c and 49c\ff«r you find. always look for snaps, for sometimes you set the "gold brick." stand by those who stand by you, and we are the friends of every economical buyer. OUR GOODS AND PRICES PROVE IT. COME AND SEE books, Husic Rolls, Clothes Brushes, Tooth Brushes, etc. our line of Pocketbooks, Bill- want The Best, this is your chance. WE are able to Sell Cheap and wc COOK & ODEE. 11. T. Helntyr haw I «en troubl •, St. Paul, with a J. A. JOHNSON. Clje gaily ^eaiHa* Mvni -d. sot ru DAKOTA. OFFICIAL P8PEB OF SITY BHD COUNTY. SATl/KDAY. NOVK\IBKK\V. li*y£ TKKMS OK S| |iN( KimON. Hy n!, I yag Ity ru til,f! months* l»y in mi I, nuiutli!' My mail. 1 mouth Wf currier, 4 .Tudire Frank B. Smith fund. Tlie have to :c K. ST A111., Pronriftor. II. A. STAHI.. Burnt).-#* Mgr.tiger 10 of the Mitch ell circuit wiis called to Hionx Falls last week to try a ease in which .Tnd.'o .Tones had l*en a lawyer N-fore lie went on the Iwiu'h. It was a |nH-nliar suit, hrouirht by ,T. W. Means to r.-cover from H. J. DavenjHirt and interest on a note, jriven by Daveniiort sane sixteen years asro. (ne E. I.. Smith w is the real defendant. having coiue into |**s session of the note and intiiranU-M it when lie soM it to Mears. Smith iidmit ted his siimature on the l*ack of the document bi set up as si defense that the tniarantM' written above the signa ture was not there when he sitmed on the back of the not.*. The plaintiff. Mears. could not prove that the ^uar antee was there liefore Smith signed itt and the court instruct,1 thf» jury to brinif in a verdict for the defendant and then dismis.-. .• The ladi- n .v under'aken the heavy i»k of raising ^'.uit towards the Huron college endowment fund. Tile College ll IS s., far oUtuT' WTl its SIC coiiunodatioii* that new buildings are itnjieratively m-*-de«l. It is j.r. s»-«i to iis*' f.r this jiuri»»se of fnlarg* nient. of which has already 1»een ]ir.niis»-»l from outside the the in-titutioii's friends within the ladi»*s every woman in Huron and buildings then-oil to the valu.» of during' the vear of Huron projN we to rais- |e».u)0 towards the ladies are troim to give county an •rtunity to contribute to wards this worthy object. The "hie-ago and Northwestern railway c«njany ^hus recently donatel four blm-ks of ground in the southwest part of the city to the college, conditioned JoJi er.^-tin^' college A large ruiiiil» of unt. rfeit silver dollars have U-en in the %'icinitv of (ialena in the Black IIill the j»ast few weeks, and .T. H. Seiffert and Louis Kitchen have lieen amtd for the rime. A large quantity of the counter feit coin wa.- found in their .sK» .ssjoii. A I*ierre di-patch of recent diitt says: There will be a large gathering of In dians at lieyenne air*ncv on I)ecemli» 1_\ when the distribution of winter cloth ing will Ik* made. At the same time the Indians will receive the cash due tin-in from lease* Martin Schreiler. the Sully county apple grower, who took all the fin-t prizes for apples at the Huron fair. rejiortH the yield from his small orchard to 1*- 140 bushels....In the past week applications have U-en re ceiv.-d for over *lo,iioi of the i»ermaiient school fund. The largest amount asked for by any one county was from Day county while Potter took $2,.7JO, Huberts $1,100 and Marshall *Tou. A. B. Beall, manager of the (InUHl ojM-ra hous»- at Sioux -'ity, expects to build an oj^-ra house at Mitchell. Ke gotiations have Ix-en going on l»-tween Mr. Beall and the Mitchell people for some time audit is very probable the deal will le completed. Beall h&s control of the theaters at Sioux City, Sioux Fall*, Council Bluffs and Mnkato. A Washington DO Minn., who disordered .Jtopiac'j. says, "C'humberlain'H Stomach weakknc«-d fm* traders and half demo ind Lievr Tablets do in more good (-rats, and savs that. anv tariff bill that than any hing I have «vor taheo." For powalify be through woakl' jale by all dri]g4,'»Ht«. the di.-patch of 3?tll inwt., says: '"Senator Eugene Hale of Maine talks Itoastingly that there will he no tariff re vision at all at the hands of the reuubli can party: that Hingley is sacred and must l»e let alone. He further intimates that he haw seen President Roosevelt's message, and, while he has too much sense to say outright what it contains alxmt tariff revision, Senator Hale inti mates that it will offer no encourage ment to the tariff revinioniHtH. He al ludes to tariff reform republicans as fi lie |Kia.st4 and hence $100 -.'.tut U l»y i v i lie a der. Wedding Ring Los 300 Yo^rs. Baron t*. Sjuirrof «1 was mently pns«»nte«i .. ring of two of his di tor-, (,'ount Erick Spav i Eb!«» Brahe. who-- i ... unit«! two of the ?. 5 Swel«r.. After i- i*... indred years the rr._" the estate while MUle tures were U-ing totn of that ring adds value, but "Golden C. .aid l«e no 1 letter th *, I.'»«» years old. The ll Irer Ls ill its igeii II. lt 1h%t is carclulK .. '. why it agriH-s wit! y ur isearest dealer. .Madisoti. S. I)., or state state will raise Tn-re is nearly half of this alreitdy in sight ami the 1* I'ratt. I*ii«*-stone. Mit.- TO if UK I «/./) N o i Take Laxative I'p-hv I bis signatur box, "J.'tC. if THE CHURCHES. Order of Worship In the Cht of Madison To-Mor: v. Tn 1'resbyterian church vie.- Beadle at :S», bv v. (*. S ?\»Lr.fc si'iDr nct AND OVERCOAT/* i .- t-'!' We will have none of :i. t.sri:Y tal» congress this winter, i.- v. '. winter after that. sa\- i'.' If the republi«-an .• Hale talks. jH ihaps t! -A v el.--tion will jmt it wis. i.. will pass the next tariff ur ..-nr. Mr. Hale will !»e s»»rry ti..it li.ilules were not riti— I :i« r:i..« v tariif priticipli- s t'rief ma— CLOTH HiRS. o-S i Wentworth Sunday n young Jjt-oyle's meeting, at t-mi»eraiue u«eting. :•». K. invito! to tie- e rvi son. Pastor. First Tia|jtit cnurch 1 rea i.. vie-, s.-nnon on Spiritual F: and Proi»*rity Sundav school. 1,' P. I".. 6: M. Union service at t] byterian church at T:IS». All n. ly invite«l to w..r-hip witii i Burton, Pa.-f. r. M. E. church u n ices at !. 'Lay sch'xil at 1J: Junior I^a". -••nior Epworth league, i I temjK-rance meeting at 7 at ti,. byterian church. Morning sub.,. Four Golden Kin'- All are i n v i e .- e o e S o k e 5 corner Ser Grace Epi-copal churcli, i Blanche avenu- and Eighth -tr. vice tomorrow at 10:!."»: Sunla\ at n*m. A cordial welcome f, i H. Ilson, Pastor. »-d».-.l n. i:. Christian Science Service at th deri'-e of W. 'A'«»o«l(at 11 o'clock Keep Your Bowels Strong, Constipation or diarrhea when your bowels arc out of order. Cas carets Candy Cathartic will make thorn act naturally. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, ioc. To lu rablic. Allow me to s.'i) a few words in praice of Chamberlain's ough Betnedy. I had a very severe cough ami cold and feared I would get perniiiioida, but after taking the second done of this medicine f(.|t better, three boltles of it cured n,y eol.J and the pain in my chest disappeared entirely. I am most respectfully jours for health, Kau-mS. MnVKKs.fi-1 Thirty- Keveath St., Wheehng, W. Vtt. F»r S.ile by all druggists. Has a Htrange mysterious influence on the human system. Brings person^ influence, subtle force, will |*ower,stam. ina. It charms the human mii,d. Ifiats what Kuclij Mountain J'ea will do.—Frank Hiuith. Foley'n Hofjey andTarfor foughs and colds reliable, tried and tested, safe and sure. Chris Shutz, ADLER SOIT AND These pictures represent gar ments of this popular make which we have in stock. Just as thty look on the man you see them hef* for these pictures are drawn front the garments themselves posed for by living model. These garments have the tone and dignity charac teristic of fttl ADLER CLOTHES Ut us show you few Adler suits and overcoats. $8.50 to $26. GRINAGER BROS THE CLOTHIERS. I Hen's Suits. E O S S A A Y MiW I invite the attention of the ladies of Madison and Lake county to my LARCil- NI \V STOCK Of Millinery floods of all kinds, the latest styles and materials of endless variety. Can please both Ladies and Children in either goods or fits. GRINAGER ******'"•••"'-"MmMMMMMMim Thin ni^iKitiirf, Ih on ««vrrT l,,,..,, l^KtbljJy xa''v,Ut, the Bromo-Quinine i lo uo) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••MM* We Meet ALL Prices. AND WE WILL DOIT. JUST BliAR THIS IN MIND. We are here to stay, and we will treat you right, Give us a chance. Our aim is "the head of the line. Our goods are the best. Remember our motto be I fore buying. We meet ALL prices. HINT: To-morrow is a good time to put away Xma* goods. Snaps will not last t***yeT' STODDARD & HALSTEAD. Jj/I Frcsli. new, stylish up-to-dato suits from the most prominent manufactures imthe country We are particularly anxious to have you visit our store this fall and inspect the new styles as our stock is the largest and best we have ever shown, and the prices, as always, are invariably the lowest, good merchandise considered. Burnett & Co. ^W\iu'aY and Prescriptions a specialty- We are offering the greatest values.in Ladies' Walking and Dress Skirts we have heard of this on. Come in and see" wa are not right. THE FAIR f^r0vi. HATTI R5.