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r=- p\ 'Hr i,y I? r'fc5 i£ ijS* 7 I-' fv. i- if V* fi.--. ji. &>• c-r iC f, .• ft fc K' H, fcr' _. i-"- Iff K V i 1% -m Kalla l,f. r-'4 i: & i" fc K 4' -r. I f! ',A jfc iw %£w» B' 1 and always will find them here. Ladles Tailor made suits $5,00 to $25.00 walking skirts and dress skirts $1.60 to $12.50 petticoats v mm e.f: ©Ije ^atiy $eater MADIIOS, BOl'TB DAKOTA. FRIDAY, MAY 27, l'.HM TRHWS O V Hi BSCHIVTTO N By mail, 1 your $4 Hy mall, fl monthe .... My mall, months 1-W By iiiftll, 1 month W By carrier per vvtwk M' J. V MAUL Pro prlMd*. II A Sl'AHI Ha»tn».f HKI'l' IILK AN STAIK I'll Ki:T. Pra*l(i«*nt ml Hwtors: Henry Si. Morris of Hol erta, Henry H. ut»tln«' of l.iike, J. 1^. Adaiut* of Lyman, U. Kvaim of Hutte. C'ontrn'UHinen liati 11. Burke of Hugbt**), E. S. Martin of Lawrence. Ju U'i of fimreiio* court: Dljjliton W.Corenn of l«aduooi, II Fuller of Faulkton. Richard llauey of Mitchell. Oov»»riior: N. II. Klrotl of ('lurk Lieut, (iowrnor: K Mruomrallof Marahall. SAC'.V of ctute I). I) i|f of llutcbitiMoii. Tmwurer B. Collins uf Mruvtn. Auditor: J. P. Halladay of Klnv*tnr]r. supt. I'ub. Instruction: Ueo. W. Nud of Lin coln Com. ncbool and pub. Unda: I'. U.llichof Turner. Attorney (ieneral: Phllo Hall of Brooklnf*. ltailroad com.: W. («. Smith of Meade. Judicial Ticket. JudiM, Sooond circuit: W Jo Ma at 4icnx Capital Ticket. capital 1'ifrr.-. J— The interstate oratorical contest will bd held in Mitchell on Thnrtday even ing!. June 2. in the corn palace. South Dakota will be represented by James Crowther». of Mitchell, who won the Htate contest, and Miss Treadway, of Yankton, who was second in the con tedt. The u&wv* oratom have mittee. I I fcvfc the com Dead wood dispatch, !i"i: 8. W. Rue •ell. president ot the world a fair coin uiiinon for South Dakota, has returned from St. Louis for a few days' rest He states that the Sontti Dakota build ing is complete*] and that it was one of three of the state buildings that were completed at the opening of the e xposi t:on. The exhibit of mining in the South Dakota palace was the only one completed on the 1st day of May. The Sonth Dakota state building is situated on the slope of the Art hill, and is sur rounded by forest trees, making it one of the unwt attractive in the state group. The exhibits have been visited by the troveniiueiit officials and a request made by the chief of the agricultural depart inent to eend to Washington at the close of the fail a portion of the exhibit*. The South Dakota editors are return ins houie from the St. Louis fair and telling how they were touched for their pocketltookh in the wicked city ci in some of the wicked places they visited. The Post of Sioux Falls has decided to f?o after the department commander ship of the South Dakota department this yeai and has mapped out an ener getic campaign. The post has prevailed upon Col. Thomas H. Brown cf that city to stand for the place and the members are workinu to inter—t otter poets in the matter. Aberdeen dispatch. 25: Fred Uet BUs, who lives aouthweat of Ipfwicb. ia in town today looking for a pair of poniea tnat belong to him and which 1 'f '.V I fr* I- U, tf hi.1 •. £y. 'A THE BIG STORE. Don't Scattcr Your Dollars Untoisely. Miles of Words, Meaningless Offering Availeth Nothing. Its real worth, true merit, abundant stock, wide assortments, lowest prices, that the Public want. They always WE NOW HAVE LARGE ASSORTMENTS IN 00c to $8.00 Here laaoaBaBDaaaaaaaQaBciaaaaaDDyQMaaoaaaciaBaoaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaoaaaaaaa^aaaaaasiaaaanoDDfaLi I SODA-ICECREAH ETC.! Have you tried our ICE CREAM this year. It is better jthan heretofore. Try it. AH the new drinks are dispensed by us. I We are using the Madison Peerless Ice Cream, Bulk and Brick. Tills cream can be excelled by no one this year. Drop In line and patronize home industry. Remember we are exclusive agents for the Famous LOWNEY'5 ^CANDIES, known the world a over. Yot take no chances on them. a ...Stoddard & Halstead... i saw Admiral Makaroff and Grand Duke Cyril clinging to the end of the bridge. Almost instantly the great ahip put her head down and plunged straight to the bottom. Schmidt held tight to the rail of the bridge and as she went down he looked up and saw the stern, with a hundred seamen clinging to it. towering above him. The aide-de-camp was carried of tiw North Dakota not been aent to far below the surface, but was suddenly shot up by the escape a mass of imprisoned air from the ship. He caught a piece of wreckage and escaped without a scratch. Captain Jakovleff does not know how he escaped. When *he explosion occurred he lost eonacioiiFPOsa and come to his senses in the hospital. ftames 'for New Warships. Washington. May 27.—-The names decided upon for the warships author ized at the la«t session of congtvss were announced at the navy depart ment during the day as follows: The battleship New Hampshire, armored cruisers North Carolina and Montana, scout ships Cheater. Birmingham and ffnlffTV colliers Erie and Ontario. Little Progress Being Made. Washington, May 27.—Consul Gotn mere reports little progress in the at tempt to se"u»e the release of the Ane:ltan. Perdkaris, who was kid nappi1 from his countiy borne Tangier last week. Shirt waists 39c. to $12.00 Misses and Childrens dresses of White lawn» India linens, Percales, Cham brays etc. 2 5C. An Enormous assortment of is Where You Benefit We'll Fi the Whole Family. J. A. JOHNSON. Druggists & Jewelers. 1 iBOfaooonnoBnrrnrrncnonccBnDonnnnnnnnnnnBErinnricnnnnisBnnnBntaoBnnoBncr are being ridden out of the country, he lwlieveN. by two boys be hired to herd cattl*«. Tne boys are waid to be fioui an orjtban's hou»e in Chicago. It i« alleged they left Sunday afternoon alnmt .1 o' clock and were later seen riding thiongh Ipswich towards Aberdeen, and it in be lieved have named through or near tnis city and are waking for the country east of here. LOSS OF THi PETROPAVLOV8K. Officer of Veasel Tells Remarkable Story of Escape. Bt. Petersburg, May 27.—Captain Jakovleff, former commander of the Russian battleship Pc-tropavlovsk, and Liotitenan Schmidt, the late Vice Ad miral MakarolT aide-de-camp, have returned here, ikhuiidt tells a re markable story of his escape. He wrs busy entering i:p the admiral's log when the explosion occurred. lie Jumped out of the. chart room onto the briils o of the flagship, which was lung ing from one side to the other. He near Deafness Cannot be Cured by Local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portions of the ear. There i« only one way to cure deafness, and that is by ci nditutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed eon dition of the mucous lining of the Kustacbian Tube. When this tube is iriHarued you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the intiamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous services. We will give One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Deafuessteaused by catarrhithat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Tolodo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the s k have to $2.00 Misses and Childrens Trimmed Hate 50c. to $2»Q0 nUiiSlAN NAVAL PROGRAM ME. Large Number of Vessels of Various Types Planned. New York, May 27.—A naval pro gramme extraordinary is reported by the Russian correspondent of the Lon don Times to be under consideration by a special commission recently ap pointed. Its exact extent is kept se cret, brit it is known that Russia in tends to lose no time in laying down an unusually large number of vessels of various types, while in addition to the submarines under construction or undergoing trial it is generally thought In naval circles that at least ten will be laid down with as little delay as possible. The Russian minister of marine is said to have given especial attention to submarines and to have offered in ducements to submarine engineer ex perts to evolve an improved type. A squadron of vessels, including two coast defense ships, have been en gaged for several days outside Kron stadt in vrious exercises, including torpedo practice. The commanders of the vessels have been enjoined to pay especial atten tion to the tralnlag of the gun crews and the paramount importance of rapid and ac urate shooting has beer insisted upon. DELEGATION UNIN8TRUCTED. Ohio Democratic Convention Concludes Its Labors. Columbus, O., May 27.—The Demo cratic state convention has adjourned after naming a state ticket and send ing an uninstructed delegation to the national convention at St. I ouis. The delegates at large are claimed by the conservatives, friendly to Judge Har mon of Cincinnati, who also claim thirty of the Ohio district delegates. The following state ticket was placed in the field: Secretary of state, A. P. Sandels: supreme judge, Philip J. Renner lerk of supreme court, Peter Mahaffev dairy and food commissioner, Qu'ntin M. Qravatt member of the board of public works, William H. Ferguson. CUBAN LOAN POPULAR. Proportion Allotted to Different Cities Rapidly Taken. London, May :!7.—The small propor tion of the Cuban loan of $33,000,000 available for British subscription was quickly over subscribed. The lists closed at midday. A premium of l5^ was quoted. It was estimated that the British share was over subscribed two or three times. Frankfort-on-the-Main. May 27.—The $11,000,000 S per cent gold loan of the republic of Cuba was subscribed here during the morning. The books were closed at 10 o'clock because the loan was heavi'y over subscribed. The sub scription price was 98. WARSHIP QOIN# TANGIER. Admiral Barker's Squadron Reaches the Azore*. Washington, May 27.—Rear Admiral Barker has reported his arrival with the Kearsarge, Alabama, Maine and Iowa at Horta. the Azores. One of these vessels probably will }e ordered at once to Tangier la OMt tiectfou with the kidnapping of tfc* American, IVrdicarta DESERTED WIFE. Touching Story of Young Wile Who Followed husband is Sioux City. Sionx City dispatch. M: With month old baby boy in her arms at with a determination to reclaim husband, who. she said, had desert* I her just one wees after her nmrriag Mrs. Willis Morrow came to Sioux Cit yesterday, and, after registering at tie Vendome notel, commenced her search for the man whom she claimed bt I wronged her. On visiting Connty Attorney Wnitm in his office the woman learned the stil news that no law in Iowa could help her, since desertion in this state is n thing more than a ground foi divoio With tears streaming from her face sb pleaded for aid, ami by a consultation with the city directory learned that i man by the same name as her husl«u,l was in the employ of *he Sioux Cit Traction company. The man was sent for by Coonty Ai torney Whitney anil was brought fat to face with tne woman who clairnt I him. ''Hello, Willis. Here the babv boy that belongs to ua," said Mrt Morrow. 'That ia not my child," Mikity sal 1 the man. The woman said no more, and, pick ing up the child and herpararol, starte I trom the office. In asking elsewhere for advice an*! instruction she told a pitiful story. "I was married to the man I claim n» husband Januaiy 9B, UM, and he lei me February 8 following. We wei married in LeRov, Minn., where had lived all our lives. Our parent are well known and well respected ie I tie. It was a short married life for Deserted by him and left helnless, I went to Austin, where I worked out n a domestic, unable to beat the sham which had been cast upon me. I hav. lived there since, and the birth of uiv baby boy has been the only thing to rt mind me of the past. Oh. I am so gla 1 that he is not a girl! What trouble i 1. ft for the women of this world I meet!" The poor woman, tired from walking the street carrying her baby and worn out with the exciteinent'of the occasion was directed to Police Matron Thurston who took her in charge. WEATHER ANDCROP. Weekly Report of Conditions by the Government Station at Huron. The government weather and crop bureau at Huron issues the following bulletin for the week ending May ^3- The weather during the week was favorably warm, and there were n showeis of sufficient quantity to inter fere with field work, except in the Mack Hills region, where about three fourth* of an inch of rain fell. The generous rain that fell over most of the eastern portion of the state cm the 15th and 10th, as noted in last week's bulletin, did not cover some jMirtions of the middle and upfK-r M^ souri river counties, and a leu some ex tieme northeastern counties, where rain is needed, more especially for gras-: elsewh re the soil is amply moist. On the whole. aH vegetation made very good progress during the week. Wheat, oats and early barley and spelt are in healthy condition and stool ing well, except that in a few scattered fields they are showing thinner stand, and more weedintss than was expected Later sown grains have made rapid gr.iwtb. Bailey seeding is about finished, and the sowing of flax and millet is now general and advancing fast. Corn planting was very favorably ad vaneed, and is nearly finished in the southern and middle counties. Sarly planted corn is coming tip well. (Jiass now geneially affords good pas tnrage. Potato planting and gardening pro gressed rapidly. Katly potatoes and vegetables are doing nicely. Fruit bloom id liuuriaut in all part s ol tb« state. A Purpntivo PtMwuro. If you ever took DeWitt's Little Kariy Risers for billiousncss or constipation you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleans-.* the liver and rid the system of all bilu with out producing unpleasant effects. They do uot gripe, sicken or weaken, but give tone and strength t» the tissues and organs involved. YV. II. Howell nf Houston, Tex., says: "No better pill can be iiMjd than Little Karly Risers fur constipation, sick beadact)* «tf»" Bold by Cook •& Odeo. Ordiusnce No. 184. An ordinance to amend Section 4 of Chapter IV of Oidinance No. 11 of the ordinances of the city of Madison. Section I. That Be it ordained by the city council of the city of Madi-um that Section 4 of Chapter IV of Ordi nance No. til of the ordinances of the city of Madison be made to read a* foliowh "Section 4. Auctioneers shall pay the sun of Twenty-five dollars per day." Section II. That all ordinances in conflict with ttiia ordinance is hereby rep led. Section III. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force and c"e-t after its tion. jMMaafe, approval and publk.it —A. (}. Schmidt. —Wm. Rae, Mavor. City Auditor, Introduced May $th. 1904. Adopted May V!.Mh. 191)4. Many folks are busy making trouble for other people. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is busy making people happy, by making them well. lio cents, tea or tahfeta. Frank Smith. TAKE Cook & Odee's Sarsaparilla FOR THE mi k QDEE. Special Sale Millinery Commencing Tues., May 24 and continuing One Week, at REDUCED GRINAGER BROSl THE CLOTHIERS. Men's Shoes $3.50, $4 and $5 $1.90 Were making a general clean up in our Men's Shoe Depart mens just we have been doing lately in the Men's and Boy's Cloth ing Departments. We find that we have many $3.50, $4 and $6 Shoes which are not strictly up-to-date and also other good styles which are slow sellers. We have placed all such on a separate counter and are selling them at $1.90 per pair regardless of their wholesale cost. There are abtrat 15 pairs oi Florsheim $5 shoes in the lot, the balance are Bradley and Metcalf, and other reliable makes, about 50 pairs in all. Sizes 5 to 10^. MEN'S $2, f2.50 and $2.75 SHOES $1.25 About 45 Pair in This Lot. All odds and ends or slow sellers. Sizes 6 to 10^». Choose from the entire assortment at $1.25. Sale Commences SATURDAY. MAY 28. E a a a Do You a a n a K Ui L' U Wear *1^ I* rnr1rJrire' CI a i 1 O O PRICES Misses Benson UPSTAIRS IN KQUILER BUILDING. North Egan A ventre. iaat———m 111«111 if 1 ix of annnnnmunjijuauonammr rrrrro juijuuurinccrnooQBBBaaaaaBaa. IThe 'BADGER' Hat?I P. J. HOIDAL & CO. Tln-rt- arc many my:»-ri-s in lib' an-l one of them is why Holilster's Rocky Mountain Tea makes handsome women out of plain one*. U does it and that s enough. 85 eenti, tM or tablet form. Frank Smith. "C'j«':^-,arTirirrirrrtrrirr!rrirrr)riia!j'3!ac3a'juiyciaaBBnnri»3r)iBl» j'j'jMttWUiJU-itj'jLJiJLiULJUr'.ncr.rr: JJ jLi^uu'j'JULJULjjutJUiJGC'JwyMWi,, 3 T*\ 1 Hair Dressing Parlors LADIES: Now is your chance to buy HAIR GOODS at a bar a Kiln. NICE TAHE RATS that you do not need to be afraid of. Buck Combs 3Tk*. Side Combs lUctoiiac. Handsome Vesta Pins 25c. Your choice of a lot of Back Combs 25c. 2 Puffs, just what joct want to dress your hair, takes the place of $ Switches, 75c. Switches at all prices from II .50 up. AH kinds Pompadores and Hair Ornaments at reduced Prices, Gentleman's Hair Chains at 60c. Come and get your hair shampooed with soft water: 5 LADIES 50c, GENTLEMEN 25c, CHILDREN 3fa. Gentlemen with Bald heads can have their hair made to grow bv TONIC & ELECTRICITY which will do the work. flanicuring and Face Massaging, both plain or Electricity* a watch for the New Nebulizer for drying the hair soon to be installed. 1 If Not Why Not? FOR SALE BT Mrs. Wm. Kahler, 3 The Genuine vs. Counterfeits. TLe genuine is nlways better than a counterfeit, but the truth of this state ment is never more forcibly realized or thoroughly appreciated than when you jompare the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless substance that are on the uiarket. W. S. Ledbetter of Bhrereport, La., says: "After using numerous other remedies without benetit, one box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve Cured We*' For blind, bleeding, itching and __ otruding piles no remedy w «M|ual to f'Iv 1 U DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salue. Sold by 1 XT JLVT i i I A a took 1 Ud IH5. I Rooms over Post Office. S IF YOU WANT AN EXPXESSMAN in a hurry FHONE 140.