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I Flour, Feed, Seeds, Rock Salt, Gasoline and kerosene Oil. MADISON FLOUR. HARTFORD FLOUR, BALTIC FLOUR, WOONSOCKET FLOUR. FIRST DOOR WEST OF POSTOFFICE. HEIR! lUHEl. IN THE SUMMER Our Specialty is i PAINT Our goods are the best that years of 1 experience and money can buy. We know what *2 we are talking about when we talk PAINT and GUARANTEE ev erything in this line to be of the HIGHEST QUALITY. & QDEE. i MADISON OPERH HOUSE 1 To=night I i Male Theatre Go. PRESF.NT "LBOY iUDLEY'S SECRET" i I PRICES: 25c—35c. FRIDAY NIQHT The Great RUSSIAN MELO DRAMA ULSTEI'3 "lESORRECTIOK" I'rices, s-3S-S«c. SATURDAY NIGHT A Story of the South ••A SLAVES REVENGE" Prices, 15-25-35c. Change of Specialties Each Night HH4 (ftlje lUttly geaber MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. ruiday, .ii lv :i. ijhki. THE CITT. Weather Forecast. Partly rlotnly tonight and Saturday with probably showers an*l wanner. LOCAL NEWS. Toilet so»is at Cook & Odee. Rrufthes and combs at Latest in hainlbiushes at (\*»k & (Mee. Found Summer lap robe. This office. Jake Mnggli of Ramooa was ia town ttwlay. New advertisements—1GhriaagwrBroa., I iank Smith. ThoH. McKoon of Howard was It through passenger for Sioox City. The Willing Workers society will ii.cot with Mre. Paulson tomorrow afternoon. Mim Iiola Hart nil' Koraias irtura for Stofai Iowa. oa vinit to friend* Arrivals by the evening train Mrs. L. D. Shepard and tlanghtei Myrtle. Miss Ruby BeardnU-y. July wheat opened hi Minneapolis at cloaed at 89 No. 1 Northern. No. 2, 85: local. 72 to 74. Tin- M. 13. A. meets totiiKlit at Dr. Clough'is office at W o'clock. Busi ness of importance to be transacted. Jack Bell was before Justice Ball this morning for intoxication. Fine and costs $14..V» or eight damson tlui street. He took the latter. For sale cheap. Three tffigtww. one 12-guage shot gun. one light single har ness, one light duubl^: harness. Frank (binder. Mrs. M. Brennan and two daughters, formerly of this city, now residents of McGregor, Iowa, passed north last evening on a •fait to relatival at Lake Preston. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Biederstaedt diet! at 12:15 today, aged 10 weeks. The funeral will be held from the family residence at 8 p. 111. tomorrow, Rev. Mr. Burton officiating. Her friends will be pleased to learn that Miss Nelle O'Connor arrived this morning and is tne guest of her sister. Mrs. Thos. Carey. Mrs. Hodges and young son of Louisville, Ky.. also ar rived this morning 011 a visit to her friend, Mrs. Carey. The ladies have lieeu visiting friends at Uroton and Webster. Pipestone Star, 29: George Faimer. »f Madison, S. D., secretary of the South Dakota world's fair commission, was a busines visitor in Pipestone today. He returned to Madison this afternoon 011 the Milwaukee, and was aceouipan ie«l as far as Flaudreau by J. Bem ard. of this city, who is deeply intere*t ed in the coming exposition. There is a noticable increase in the receipts of cream by train from outside points for the Madison cieamery. At the lteginning of the season Sioux Falls au.l Sioux City were strong competitors of Mr. Winther of the Madison cream ery and alKiut half the cream in cans ar riving at Madison station were billed to those points, the balance l*ing unload m1 here. Things have changed now, however, and practically all the cream now arriving is billled to Mi. Winther. The Maidson creamery is a growing in stitution and is an example of what energy and co»**et hmmm will do. Cook & Oi(i prim:i#k* After the manipulation of red tape for several months. Col. R. A. Murray nas succeeded in securing a pension in tht* sum of $6 a month foi Frank C. Fuller, register of deeds, a soldier in the late war with Spain, payment dat ing from April 1, 1901. Mr. Fuller is to lie congratulated upon this deserving recognition. Col. Murray seems to be a dead shot as a pension attorney. No matter how complicated the case he sooner or later succeeds in landing a penison for aU bis deserving clients. Col. Munay is not accupying an office at present, having retired last fall on account of ill health. But with out ..or exercise he is considerably improv ed. and informed us this morning that while he has never ceased looking after bis pension business he bad partiall} iriven up his law practice. With the improvement in health the Colonel says he feels like again getting into the har ness and would be pleased to receive calls fioin anybody desiring law or pen siou bminesa. He may lie consulted at his home. If there i* wbw Mmm aaethwr that a woman looks like a i-4 after completing real angel, it a course in Roeky Mouutain ie*. liringH back that gill ish beauty.—Frank Sioitk. SOCIAL EVENTS. Mrs. C. E. Kennedy and Mrs. J. E. Cole Entertain Miss Dot Stahl at Hoot. Summer entertaining seems to lie a joyful pastime for the mairied ladies as well as the young ladies and many hap py society events have been indulged in lately. Yesteidav afternoon a de lightful time was enjoyed by a party of ladies at a joint event by Mrs. C. E. Kennedy and Mrs. J. E. Cole, Joseph ine avenue and Seventh street. The homes adjoin, and the novelty of the affair consisted in the guests being en teitained on the lawn where also re freshments weie served. Those present were, Mesdames F. G. Ball, A. U. Schmidt, D. M. Jenks, Le Roy Seaton. John Crow, J. O'Brien. Win. Lee. E. B. Davis, M. D. McOilliv ray, John Cline. L. L. Dansingburg, F. L. Burnett. H. H. Jonei. At her home, Josephine arena® and Eighth street. Miss Dot Stahl entertain ed at 4 o'clock tea a party of young ladies as follows: Nelle Wadden, Mary Lyons, Kittie (Jarry, Alice Edson. Eva Fitzgerald. Minnie McUillivray. Leola Carnelysoii, (iraee Ketcliam, Pearle Morse, Belle Ket( liem, Mary Kane, Florence Kram er, Adelia Kane. Blanche Ball, Aiinit Sheridan, Zella Webster, Clara (_*alla oher, Mabel Scott, Eluiina Jenks, Cora Cranney.—D. S. HESSIAN FLY. Well Defined Report! that Dam age Is Being Done in Fields ia Ibis Section. John Larkin who returned by the evening train says there are reports of damage in the wheat fields by the Ht* «ian fly. At Wentworth farmers exhih ited to the elevator men stalks ®f wheat containing the egg, also the maggot at work. It is said that many fields have lieen damaged fiom 2T» 'o per rent and that the farther south the more widespread and the greater the damage. The affected wheat stalk dies, the bead turns wnite and falli to the ground. Considerable alarm is felt that the wheat crop is in danger of better than a half crop. Widow of Cole. Miss Jessie being not CORRECT TIME. riadison Provided With Facili ties for the Right Time At Last. The trains ot the Milwaukee system will have to come and go on time liere after or they will be detected in their somnambulism. For yesterday a clock that is a part of a great system through out the country was placed in Frank Smith's jewelry store. It has evei been a great inconvenience to every!*"ly whether residents or strangers ia not knowing just the time. We loose trains and in some way or otlier aie in convenienced by our clocks lieing fast or slow. Mr. Smith tells us that it has t*ken about a year to bring this con ven SHOE SALE ieiiee. say nothing of the exjiense. but at last we have the time. The clock beat 4 half seconds, and a little before 10 o'clock every morning, if the clock is fast or slow, it comes to the exact time. The time received is United States observatory time, the official time of the government and the same as received in all the larger cMaa »f the country. FRIENDS SURPRISED. These are This, we Don't Wait, had at the price This week we will give a sale on our entire line of Oxfords, Ladies, Gents, Misses and Childrens. Beginning WEDNESDAY, JULY 22nd we will sell all Oxfords at a discount of 20 per cent. This is just the season for low shoes and we have soma very nobby styles. We want the room on our shelves for fall stock, if you want the shoes get them early while we have your size. the Late U. S. Senator Davis of Minnesota Married in Washington. Something of a sensation has been created in Washington society circles by the mariiage of Mrs. Davis, widow of the late United States Senator Cnshman K. Davis of Minnesota. Her second lmsltand is Hunter Doll of Knoxville. Tenn., a gentleman of leisure who has mingled much in Washington society The courtship is said to have extended over a period'of only three months and the marriaire was a very quiet affair. not even intimate friends of Mrs. Davis knowing that she contemplated mar riage. The marriage license gave the age of Mr. Doll as 38 years and Mrs. Davis as 84. Of Mr«. Davis the St. Paul Dis|«itch says: She was Miss Anna Agnew before her marriage to Senator Davis. She was of Scotch parentage and her home was on Sherman street. Even as a very young girl she was noted for her beauty though she was poor and knew few people outside Christ church parish, of which she was a member. But she was as clever as she was pretty, and, while she sewed for a living, she was aways distinguished looking and attracted much attention. Her marriage to the Lite Senator Davis brought her social op portunities that come to few young women. She became a leader in Wash ingtoii society and she is said to have lieen a great inj»piiation to her gifted husband. An ornament to bis home D. McKinnon. D. McKinnon. she ceriiainlv was, and when he went to Palis as head ot the jieace treaty commission, she acionipanied him, meeting at this time many of the fam ous people of the world. Senator Davis died in November, 11(01. His widow nursed him devotedly during his long and painful illness. TREAT Wll INDIANS. Probability of Opening Gregory County Lands to White Settlement. Uoneateel dispatch, 30: A telegram tffls received by K. H. Oawnan, snjk»r intendent in ehargeof thePonca district if the Rosebud reservation, notifying him that Indian Inspector McLaughlin was ready to council with the Rosebud Indians relative to the cession of their lands in Gregory county, and request ing that all the Indians of the district l»e at the agency today. Theie is 110 question about the In dians signing the treaty, and Major McLaughlin's work here will lie com pleted in less than ten days. The sign ing of the treaty by the lndiaus at this early date will give congress a chance to pass the bill during the extraordinary session which is callwl on November and as there is no opposition to the bill as it now stands, there is no doubt but this magnificent tiatt of 416,0"" acres will be ready for aettlemcat by eari spring. From a Cat Scratch OH the arm, to the worst sort of a Hold Cook kV 30 DAYS CLEARANCE SALE 30 per cent barn, sore or boil, IeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is a quick cure. In buying Witch Hazel Salve, be particular to get 1» Witt's this is the salve that heal without leaving a scar. A specific for blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles. Oiiee. Get What Vou days when we lose money wisety. We let profit and sometimes some of the cost go, that we may enter the Fall markets with empty tables and shelves and ready cash. AsK For! When you ask for Cascarets Candy Cathartic be sure you think is good business, and explains WHY these cut prices are made. Men's, Boy's and Children's Clothingt HatSi Ca^a* Al paca Coats. Crash Suits, White Vests and Belts all must go at at cut prices. This will give you an idea of whats doing hen. $25 Suits, now $20 $20 Suits, now $16 $15 Suits, now $m get off. them. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. A substitutor is always a cheat and a fraud. Beware! All druggists, ioc. $10 Suits, now $8 $7.50 Suits, non *6 15 Suits, now $4 The test goes first and mo mora goods to be GBINA6ER BROS. The Clothiers. i price The Past and The Present EVES EXAH1 NED FREE O i E E O I A ROOM. Masonic is often a painful comparison not only to people In private life but to business men who see or feel that they have not made the most of opportunities. We as a business house invite comparison of our store of 17 years ago and our store of today in which there is everything to be found that might be expected in a modern up-to-date Drug & Jeweley store. Our latest la the placing of U. 3. Observatory time in our Watch Repairing and Jewelry Department the time Is corrected every morning at 10 o'clock by telegraph, insuring time absolutely right. Bring In your watches and we wtll see that they keep correct time. Temple. For a few days we will put on sale our entire line of Wash Goods and Shirt Waists. We have some very desirable patterns in both of these and at our Special Sale they are certain to go. N. D. McGILLIVRAY. HHP V F. C. SMITH, SPECIAL SALE WASH GOODS and SHIRT WAISTS I J* 1 I Phone call, 1. snos. ...Fnrnitnre... WE CARRY A LINE OF NEW ROYAL SEWING MACHINES AT $40, $35 A $J2. Undertaking & Embalming FUNERAL CAR. Will take full chug* day or night. WHITE BROS. L?