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M, SB 4 V .fv, i v* '«, .r. i: T? I ,r i M"si Mb 4 $ Why do you buy at Three Words Tell the Story Keen Interest is awakened by the prices we are making on otr elegant line of Overcoats A s o n u o u s i n e s s i s y iThorough Knowledge of the Shot trade which enables me to buy at the very lowest prices. See me for Shoe Leather. V ?P7 mftil, 1 jr«f jBf mall,# months ... Br mail,a month* Kr lull, 1 mouth Cftrriwr, por w«ek J. K. UTAHL., PROPRIETOR. 11. 0" v tr OUR NEW FALL CLOAKS & JACKETS are here and for quality and workmanship they discount anything we have handled heretofore. The styles are very becoming! MEN'S ,*• LADIES' CHILDREN'S Irf? i.' ©Ije £ailll f: MAD1IOI, §4 0(i a.w l.U it A. STAUL, BUIIVMlluiirr. As the renult of a businem tuectiiu of he stockholder* of the .Reset vation tate Bank, of Sinsetou. toe eapitaliza liou of the institution was im-reased |^15. OUJ. 1' Apulication has been uiatle by the Stockholder of the Bank of Scotland for chatter to (lo buiuuem under the ua lional banking IHWM. When this at:- tiioiitv in received the name will be thanked to the First National Bank of jkotlaiid. It is expected the reorgauiz ftiou will take place early in the pres #nt oionth. Norvel Walker, who lives six milea trsreof eat Miller, obaned on horseback a nearly white wolf to within a fcalf mile of town, when it tnrced §bout, receiving a bullet from the boy 's fevolver thht knocked it down, but it Quickly recovered from the nliock and escaped. Young Walker claims this to be nearest white of any wolf he ever I** Aberdeen dispatch, 1: The attempt *io encloee the government buildina this winter baa been given up by Miller & to.. and work haa been anaoended until Mr. Pelton of the firm thin darning said that they had succeeded in (getting in only two half days in two weeks and it was not worth while to try doing anything at that rate. Work will be resumed in the spring ae early Hi possible. Mr. Pelton says he e»ti mates that it will take four or five s jiaooths to finish the building alt com plate. The stone is coming along pretty fast now and it will probably be jail on the ground within a few days. .The business of the United States v, jland office at Chamberlain for Novem Jier was as follows: Three hundred and eleven homestead entries. 4K.G00 acres 28 final homesteads, 3,580 acres To commuted homesteads. 9,900 acres 404 entries embracing 81,480 acres. •BRKBOKHnnSaB if»„. The commissioners of Day county, at Webster, have made final settlement th* c"nhr*ct«* W k ,Kix' .Confidence, Economy & Satisfaction. SHOES o n e e i e n e a s a u u s o w to get the best for our trade. &et us show you the 1904 styles. N. D. McGILLIVRAY. AGENT FOR WHITE 5EWING MACHINES. BEST IN THE WORLD. •••es+sssssssst******* 11 miiiiiiniiiiiniiM •OUIH DAKOTA. TTTUTsd A y7 F)EC7 nTlsaT TNiao or 8UMKRIPTIOM. court house. The building co-rt and i« one of the finest courthouses that part of the state. C. B. Iffwi t$SSLi^. THE BIG STORE Hilliimhurst, lately connected with the State Publishing rotnpany at Pierre. liaM withdrawn from the coin panv and established the Pierre Daily Dakotan. The new paper atartft out with spicy news papren and a creditable tiie haiiical aiiptanince. Sioux City dispactch. ever who built the new v- Ikf1' -ii 'i v p-A /'v* rv'' I: A eejlf public ttaffic. Clothing of sterling worth, for sire or son, for little or much, hut always much for little. Get next to some of o«tr Untfsr wear. We are offering some at tempting prices. J. A. JOHNSON. in of the bill which was introduced in the Irlilted States senate a few days ago by Senator Uanihle. of South Dakota, pro villi tig for the construction of a bridge over the MiHHonri river at Yankton has jiiHt been m-eived at the office of apt. H. M. Chittenden. United States en gineer in charge of the Missouri river. Capt. Chittenden is requested to ex amine the bill and see if any of the provisions would in any manner be out of harmonv with the conditions along the river. Capt. Chittenden will make any suggestions he thinks advisable re garding the proposed measure. The bridge iN to be the property of the Win nipeg. Yankton and Unit" Railroad com pany and it is proposed to make it a combined railroad, wagon and foot passenger bridge, giving the owners the right to charge a reasonable tate of toll far Physicians Prescribe It. Many broad minded physicians pre scribe Foley 's Honey and Tar, as they have never found so safe and reliable a remedy for throat and lung troubles as this great medicine, bchuts & Ketcham. A Purgative Pleasure. took DeW'itt's Littlf Watly Risers for billiousness or constipation you know what n purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile with out producing unpleasant effect*. They do not gripe, sicken or weaken, but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs involved. W. II. Howell of Houston, Te*., says: "No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for constipation, sick headache, etc by Cook Hl Odee. Anxious Sold Momenta. Some of the most anxious hours of a mother's life are those when the little ones of the household have the croup. There is no other medicine so effective in this terrible malady as Foley's Honey and Tar. It is a household favorite for throa£ and lung troubles, as it con tains no opiates or other poisons, it can be safely given Schutz & Ketcham. IK 1 i ^ai fv. v. u. i, •tiim mtim TWO LIARS. Col. Kavanah and Private Casey Catch Each Other in the Mystic Art. Chicago Tribune: Judge Marcus Kavanagh, of the superior court, used to l»e colonel of the Seventh regiment, the famous Irish regiment of the Illinois National Guard. So strict was the rule of admission to the regiment that before a man was placed on the muster roll he was obliged to prove his nation ality. This proof was secured by send inj* the candidate, in charge of a cor poral's guard, to the windswent corner of the Masonic temple. He was also given a yipe full of tobacco and a single match. If standing at the corner, he was able to light his pipe with the one match he was adjudged worthy of ad mission to the regiment. During the Spanish American war. Col. Kavanagh took bis regiment into camp, yearning for active service. There was a private in the legiment named Casey. Casey was, in a way. the butt of the regiment. He was al ways getting into trouble and his native Irish was always getting liitn out again. The regiment wanted to do some fighting, and its members chafed against the confinement and strict dis cipline of camp life. All sorts oi ex cuses were presented by members win wanted to slip back to Chicago for a few days. Col. Kavanagh got to le sadly cynical. One day Private Casey managed to slip by the sentinel in front of Col Kavanagb's tent and presented hiuiselt liefore his commanding ofHeir, with Col. Kavanagh looked at Casey ani Casev looked at the coloneL There wiis that in Casey's eyes which seenid to I*' lie his tears. The colonel put his right hand into the inside jMjcket of his coat He pulled out a sheaf of letters. "Your wife's illness must have been sudden, Casey, "mid the colonel, "i got a letter from her only this morning saying that the only peace and quiet she had since she married you was since yon've l»een down here in camp." "Colonel." burst out Casey, the tears vanishing from his eyes, "may I speak to ye as man to mauY" "You may, Casey." "Not as a private spakia' feo Ml CJm umndin officer?" As Mike C«»y speaking to Marcus Kavanagh." "No guardhouse, no matter what I say t" "Say what you please. Casey." "Will. thin, colonel, there's tnetwo biggest liars in th' eamu under your tint roof this minute, ui not at alk be gob." The Pleasure of Eating. Persons suffering from indigestion,dy^ pepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet. This remedy is a never failing cure for Indigestion or Dyspepsia and all com plaints affecting the glands or mem branesof the stomach or digestive tract. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you eat tastes gond and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and approri jiated by the blood by Cook A Odee. •fen attta and tissues. Sold Distress After Eating Gored. Judge W. T. Holland of fJreenstnirg. La., who is well and favorably known, says: ''Two years ago 1 suffered greatly from indigestion. After eating, great distress would invariably result, lasting for an hour or so and my nights were restless. 1 concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entire ly. Now my sleep is refreshing and di gestion perfect." Sold by Cook & Odee. Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and colds reliable, tried and tested, safe and sure. Schutz A, Ketcham. Foley s Honey and Tar always stops the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse wubstitutes. Schutz A Ketcham. NNIKANSLMMMIII Movements I:lgin Waltham Hampden BROOCHES RINGS hs right hand at salute. "Colonel. said Casey. "Casey," ^aid the colonel. "Me wife is lyin' at th' point av death in Chicago," said Casey, rubbing his eyes with his coat sleeve. "I'm afther askin' you to leave me have four days leav av absence. In Framed and Unframed Pictures iid Medaliooa, we have the highest development ofphoto rapltic art. They are reproductions from famous paintings or made direct from models. There is nothing more beautiful made in the way of pictures. Our line this year is lnrger and or© varied than ever before. Hamilton & Rock ford. Cut Glass for This Season us changed both in shape and ornamental design. The real illiant Sun Burst pattern is the most popular and it as well the other late cuttings comprise our stock. CHAINS Tea Sets BRACELETS Boohs and Oxford Bibles in every conceivable shape and size and price can be found on iir shelves. We have a large stock of the Leather covered •lassies and padded pouts. We usually sell for less than pub lishers prices and these low prices will prevail during this »son. Water Pitchers, Trays Cake Si Berry Dishes Sterling Spoons orks and Strainers ate, ties Vases Salad Dishes A Some of tl io lines upon which there is not room to elabor Art Stationery Fountain Pens Ink Stands ('liristmas Cards and Games Sterling & Buck Horn Novel Albums Dressiii''Cases Jewel and Work Be (i love and Hankerchief Boxes Ndcktie Boxes Shaving Sets Cloth and Hat Brushes. Salad Bowls Celery Dishes Musical Instruments \V» have nice line of Stringed and Wind Instruments. Violins (iuitars Mandolins and Banjos Flutes Fifes and Picolos Mouth Organs Harjis and Zobos. We also carry a fall line of fittings Masonic Temple. Early Holiday Hints We now have our entire holiday line on display and we cordially invite you to call as soon as you can to inspect it. It is by far the largest stock ever shown here, and in extent, variety, novelty and low price cannot be matched in this locality. Each year people are finding that the economical and satisfactory way to do holiday shopping is to select while assortments are complete. We will be glad to lay aside any selection made until the holidays and be of any assistance in our power to make your Christmas shopping easy and a real pleasure. Our Superb Line of Watches this year excels all our previous effort5 and contains more and is larger and better assorted than ever be fore. Watch making has attained such a degree of sci entific excellence that a little money will buy you an accurate and reliable time piece. I SOLID GOLD DIAMOND AND PEARL JEWELRY in Brooches, Stickpins and Novelties. We bought a regular city line of Jewelry this year and these make It easy to do your shopping. You lect a most evcellent present from this line. Manufacturers of Silverware as in all other branches of commercial industry have produced many new deeigns and finishes that have changed the entire aspect of silver goods. Real art has entered into not only the designs but also the fin ish, and we have the very best in quality and hand somest finish that the factories have produced for 1004. ^xes Cuff Collar Photo and Hair and Hail Brushes FRANK Hand Painted China Is now an ornament in every cultured mad re fined home. It gives to its environment an air of richness and beauty that nothing else can impart. Our department for these goods is an art empor ium that it will pay you to visit. A gift in China is sure to be appreciated. bought elsewhere. Statuary in Parian Marble and Terra Cotta figures, Oriental h«wi« and full forms. These are items that will always be rather 9 novelty In the average home, hence all the mm something artistic and different. CM desirable for those who want Cases Cresent Fahys Jas. Boss Moreuga Ware a new thing on the American market. It is the result of the labors of the artists of Orient and is a thing of beauty. Any of your friends appreciate one of those odd shapes in that odd ware. Keystone it Illinois CUFF BUTTONS se BELT PINS Pearl and Sterling Handle Goods We have a large family of LITTLE GIRL DOLLS in variety of pretty faces and custumes. Then there are YOUNG LAD\ DOLLS as natural in expression as the real. And we have ONE big enough to be mother of them all that we shall ive to some customer, Saturday, January f, Ask the plan of (lie salesman who waits upon you. Chop Plftes Bread & Butter Plates Steins JufS, Ac Tfcere should be no trouble in finding what went in our stock for any of your friends. We will be pleased to show yon and can insure more for the same money than can be SMITH, KM LOCKETS Burned Leather is another branch oor stock of which makes a department in oar store, so extensive is it, card cases and purses, cigar cases, toilet cases for the pocket, table covers and wall ornaments, bill books and picture frames and any article that can be tastily made up in this line. ou can select for any of yoor friends from this stock. & CHARns. Salad Forks Berry Spoons 'Phone Call i, & i'