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and JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Phone 260 SECOND: A PERSON CONNOT BJ COMPANIONABLE WITHOUT WFLL KEPT TFFrH:-for the breath that assassinates at five feet will kill the sturdiest friendship. THIRD: A, PfRSON CANNOT BE CIEAN WITHOUT WELL KEPT TEETH-at the last, the simple practice of the care of the teeth reflects on the habits of the guilty party. FOURTH: A PERSON CANNOT Bf ttfAlTtfY WITHOUT Wftt KEPT TtfTH-for the simple reason that every mouthful of food that passes ints his system is first contaminated by the gum cuddlers. J. CHRIS DRUGGIST COMPLETE OPTICAL ROOM CLEARING Of 0Xf0Ri» AT 0NE-P0URTH OFF This offer will include every pair of Men's and Boys' Oxfords in our store, all this season's latest shapes and colors in Tan, Wine or Green, Gun Metal or Patent, Lace, Buckle or But o n s y e $4.50 Oxfords now $4.00 Oxfords now $3.50 Oxfords now $3.00 Oxfords now GRINAGER BROS. THE CITY. Weather Forecast. Unsettled, with probably showers tonight or Tuesday. Ice. Ice. let. Simpson, 209. Phone Chas. LOCAL NEWS. Change of program at th# Berlin tonight. Big social dance at Hundemer hall every Friday evening. E. A. Rippe was an evening pas aeoger for the west part of the state. G. F. (Jraft of Rutland was a through passenger by the evening train ftt Howard. $3.38 3.00 2.63 2.25 Wanted -liirl to work at Chicago 5c and 10c ntore. For Sale. Heven room house, with •mail barn and five lota. Apply Mrs. L. B. Colbnrn. Ellis' illustrated music system at ransic studio. poetoffice olock. -Uene vieve Savercool. For Sale. Good miloh cow. In quire at this office. I've tried them all. ''Jack's mm Do you know the following first principles of teeth technique? Whether you like them or not, they are the truth. FIRST: A PERSON CONNOT BE BEAUTIFUL WITHOUT WELL-KEPT TEETH—for a per son cannot give a greater offenee to the ejre than a mouthful of discolored teeth. Use Tooth Powder, Paste, Soap or Antiscptic Liquids. We have any thinsr you may wani:. 1 JEWELER ANTIQUE METHODS in prescription compounding are not to be found in this establishment. We are equipped with the latest and most deli cate and accurate weighing and measuring apparatus made, thereby assuring you of Accurate, Quick Compounding with no chance of an error, for this equipment combined with our system of counter checking eliminates the chance of that. Pure Drugs is a fact here—not just a saying. JONES DRUG CO. GRINAGER BROS. Z. F. SEARS, OPTICIAN IN CHARGE lor mine." For Sale. Good ail round family horse. See Sam F. Ginder. For Hale or Rent Three good houses of six rooms each. Will lie va cant aftei Sept. 30. Apply to Mrs A. E. Clough For Rent. Office rooms la' Hnnde OMT OlfRfc Prescriptions Corner Drug Store Have yoar shoes repaired by A J. Peters, at Stearns1. W. T. Stearns and wife were morn ing passengers tor St. Paul. H. EI. Gulstine and A. Norby wen morning departures for Sioux City. Mrs. Ed. Dowdle returned to Madi son, Wis., by the morning train. Misw Grinager was a morinng depar ture lor Minneapolis to buy a fall stock of millinery. For Sale. Good family driving horse and surrey. Apply at this office Jlring your shoe repair work to Steams' and save money. Yesterday was the hottest day of the seiison, temperature standing at l»T from 9 a. m. until 5:30 p. m. Lost. A gray striped kitten. Finder kindly notify Mrs. liurt lvct. ham. A. J. Holvick who has been visiting lelatives in this city departed thin morning for Northvllle, Miun. Dr. and Mrs. (reg,^ departed this morning for Minneapolis to attend the sessions of the national osteopatnu medical society. Jacob Knndert and family returned yesterday morning from Monroe, Win., where tney spent a month visiting with relaives. The only modern shoe repair shop in the city, at Stearns'.' Men's ahooa sewed soles, 75 cents. Women's shoes sewed soles, 50 cents. Taken up.—A sorrel mare, enme to my place, five miles south of Madison ou Aug. 9. Owner may have same by paying charges.—J. C. Westaby. Miss Adaline Jonnsou and sisters. Pearl and Hazel, returned by the midnight train Saturday night from a visit with friends at Decorah, Iowa. A transcient, giving his name as liousch, was in Judge Sponholz's court this morning charged wtih drunken ness. He was sent to jail for four days. Prof, and Mrs WilliamB who have been gnests at the home of the letter's Kister, Mrs W. A. Rothschild, de parted this morning for their home at Pla^teville, Wis. Mrs. Matt, Anderson and little daughter*. Hazel and Helen, who have been guests at the home of the former's mother. Mis. S. Midgard, were mom ing departures for their home at Hudson. A good cottage home, close in $1,000. A well improved quarter, cheap, if taken at once. A modern home, close to Normal school, easy terms. North Dakota relinquishments from $300 np.-D. G. Beaty. Sheriff Martin today arretted Alfred usoa. neensed of the larceny of hay This 111. BLIND PIG RAID Sheriff Martin Arrests Ole Le void and H. Holt at Nunda. Sheriff Martin and Deputy Nigbert made a second raid on blind pigs at. Nunda Saturday night. It will lie re nembered that they made a raid at e same plat e on the night of May and captured a quantity of beer and quois which were spilled at the im^ grounds in this -ity after the xpiration of the time limt as re piiml by law. Several days ago complaint was made to the officials in this city that the liquor law was being violated at Nunda, and Saturday night was set as the time for maKing the raid. Peter Nerdabl, county game warden, was sent to Nunda in the afternoon to size up the situation and was followed by Sbeiiff Martin and Deputy Nighbert who arrived about 10-.:t0. With the assistance of Mr. Nerdahl they had no trouble in locating the joint where the liquors were being sold, and captured (He Levold aud H. Holt who were in charge They also confiscated four cases of beer and a number of empty beer lxittles. The stuff was kept in i building a boat 20 by 40 feet in size and in addition to the drinkables a box of bread wan found, the managers making the very lame excuse of ran ning a restaurant. Levold and Holt and the beer were loaded up aud brought to this city and locked up in the county jail. Yenter day morning JudgeSpouholz consented to the arraignment of the prisoners who waived examination and each was placed under #500 Itonds. Sheriff Martin accompanied them to Nundi where thev succeeded in finding satis factory landsmen and they were re leased, to appear in circuit court at the October term The better class of people of Nun da feel gieatly outraged by the sa'e of liquors in their town which wao voted dry at the last election, and numerous complaints have Wn made to the county officials. Sheriff Mai tin state« that from now ou Nunda will be a marked town, and that he will stop the illicit sale of liqnors there if such a thing is possible. (ANT CHANGE Judge Jones Declares That Railroads Must Stand by Published Rates- Sioux Falls, Aug. 15.—Tariff sched ules published by the railroads and approved by the inter State Commerce commission must remain pat. No de viation is allowed either way. Such was the decision handed dow by Judge Jonea yesterday in circui court in the suit involving the Sioux Falls Produce company and the Great Noithern railway. A firm in Portland, ore., shipped the Sioux Falls Produce company a car of lumber products, and a mistake wj made in the bill of lading by which the consignee, the Sioux Falls produce company, was only called upon to pay a oertain «nm (or Mm transportation. WHS $' u IJenry Beck istst October. John- published in was atrnigned in Judge «pouhul//s approved by rt and hearing set for Thursday at commission. Bond was fixed :it f200 wnich When th nson hopes to furnish through the stance of his brothers who reside in countiy. ~as. Uagen, aged years, died at family home, VanEps nvenoe and 'enth street, at yesterday after m, after an illness of many months 11 stomach disease. The funeral 1 be held from St. Thomas church 9 a. m. tomorrow morning IV sed hn« been a resident of Lake nty for more than twenty years, locating on a farm near \Vinfred eral years ago with his wife by om he is survived he removed to a city where they have since resided ceased was an honorable man and hly respected by his acquaintances ilk Point Conrier: Hherift Gander returned Sunday afternoon from dison, with Art Kline, who had arrested near there by the Lake inty officials He was wanted here rape alleged to have been commit on the person of Julia Herrity jut two weeks ago. Kline was given ip that the officers wanted him and nt to Akron. He left there for Mad n just a few honrs ahead of the Un county officials. This morning he .8 given a chance to plead, a»d ,ived examination and was held der f'J.OOO bonds for trial at the Sep nher term of comt. It is doubtful he is able to raise the bond. The le is certainly an aggravated one and ine is being severely condeuin»*d on I si den. Wentworth dispatch. 15: Mrs. Bar y Lawrence, and her 14-year-old laughter, Miss Effie, had a thrilling (venture while driving to their home this place fiom a business trip nester. Darkness bad fallen when hey approached Wentworth. When iout half a mile from town a strange man suddenly appeared from a road le and graboed twice at the horses in i effort to stop them. Although horoughly frigutened, Mrs. Lawrence iid not lose her presence of mind, and rasping the whip she lashed the rs''s into a run, th'e stranger narrow scaping being run down when he animals sprang forward nnder the ing of the wnip. It is reported Mrs twrence had a considerable snm in ..sh with her, and it is believed the ad agent became aware of this and tempted to stop the borrow so hr uld rob her 0 less than the rate LUu uuitf aohedulos ami the interstate coinmerc rotstafce was discovered the produce company was culled upoi to pay the additional $70, which they refused to do, and snit was bought the Great Northern Railway company to collect the same. This has jus been decided, and Judge Jones nold that there can be no deviation, eithe ibove nor below the regulai published tariff rate, or in other words, that th ompany must pay back if they charg too much, and if they feavo charged to little, that they can collect the differ once from the consignee, thns makin jual rates lor everybody, according the tariff schedules which are pnt lishd. The interstate commerce act compel nil road companies to collect any ate they have given through mistak or sutler large penalties in tn« way o fines, and perbapn imprisonment fc the person giving it. Judgment was renderej by the OOtit for the |70, with interest. YICTOJJASE Slur der of Four Will Be Con fronted With AU His Crimes Aberdeen, Aug. 15. —Emil Victi will be tried fot bis life npon tl charge of murdering Mildred Christi State's Attorney Van Slyke propose now to make that crime the issue i the tirst tiial of the young man for tl murder of four persons at Rudolpi Until this time Victor has lieen he i upon the charge of killing Mrs.Christ.• but the other charges have lieen lodge agaist him now. and on Aug 24 1 must plead gniltv or not guilty to tl. killing of Mildred Christie, J. V Christie and Mieheal Kouayne. plea will undoubtedly be he same as the ease of Mrs.Cniistio which he ma i last Tuesday. This was not guili\ and as soon as that is entered the sta'i will lieuin the trial of the case of Mil lr«d Caristie. Of all the charges brought again-! the young man this seems to be th most heartless aud cruel of all tin murders laid at his door. Itisassei: 1 that he struggled with her aud aft she was convinced that he was 1 strong for her to oscnpe nhe gave nj and cried, You have killed nil the re-t and you might a* well kill tne too While she sat upon the bed, he col ly reloaded his revolver and then »tj proached ber, aud placing the gun u her face, fired into her forehead. NEW COLLEGE Catholic College in Potter County to Be Dedicated- Sioux Falls, Aug 15.—Rt. Thomas O'Gorinan, of this city, Catb olio bishop of the eiistern diocese oi South Dakota, has fixed October next fi.r the date for the dedication of a new Catholic college located at tin van, Potter county. Biahiop O'Goriuati will be present in person to conduct the dedication exeicisea, which will I of an elaborate diameter. The new institution will be known a« St. B nard's college and will be one of th* leading Catholic educational instn tions in the state. The new college will beiormally opened for reception of students on September S. The fact that it will not be dedicated for more than a month after beiug opened is due to the inabil ity of Bishop O'Goruian to make a trip to Hovan befoie October 18, owing to his time between now and then neing fully taken up with other engag" incuts. The new college wtll lie charge of a corps of sisters. It wa eonstrncted largely thiough the ener getn personal efforts of Father Helm lirecht pastor of the Catholic church ui Hovat). wbo has charge of Catholir r'ftnirs iu that locality. two iiirc oy t-ejn^ Peru, Ind.. Au i:. 14.~ Harry Wllror and Harry Ilt'.'W, two ynung men were killed by lighting during a vrre storm here. The two had Jus dri\en into the ain nt Wtlaou's hoi", when the hi:IUilng wp.s struck. f.fKi't nI"ti act f.re to the ham, but tlx bodies were removed by neighbors. Exhibition of Clothes. The cloth.-s. show scheduled to Open at Madison Square Garden. New York, on Aug. 14 is the newest tiling In ex hibitions, and, according to a wearing apparel association which is back of it. there will Ik? more fashionable gowns on display than the historic Garden lias ever seen. The exhibit is to run for a week, and delegations from every man ufacturing city in the I'lilted States will Im present. Prizes will be offered for the most attractive model, the pub lic to be the judges. Shoo dealers have also made plans for the show. Aided by Their Sister, In their work of perfecting the fly ing machine the Wright brothers, the famous aeronauts, were very materi ally assisted by their sister Ki rharlne. She did all their computations for them. We often wonder how any person can he persuaded into taking anything but oleys Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and long trouble. Do not be fooled into accepting "own make" of other sub stitutes. The genuine contains no harmful drugH and is in| yellow paok age. —J. II. And«fHon If you have backache and urinary troi olee you should take Foley's Kidney Ueniedv to strengthen and build up the kidneys so they will act properly, an a serious kidney trouble may develop —J A Mill 24§ i S3 It Is lime that all who want good Old Wheat Flour to lay in a iujp* ply of LITTLE HATCHET beforeanjr new wheat is Hied. When you buy Little Hatchet you are ture to get the best tint the market affords. Whole Wheat Flour Rye Hour Bake the above by using Sunnyside Washed Coal| and you have a combination hard to beat THE MILL PHONES COME IN AND SEE The New Pail Suits The New fall Pants The New fall Shoes The New fall Neckwear The New fall Hats and Caps AT n «mm THE MODEL HACKETT & SUTTON If You Want an Elegant Watermelon Go to MUMRO'S or Phone 252 We have just received a car of the finest ones of the season, 25 to 35 Ihs. each and our prices are 25c 30c 35c Order now, you will like them and they are cheap. If you are going to put up any Crab Apples or Plums let us know how many you want and we will take care of you. We will have a good supply soon but you will be sure of what you want if your order it in. Let u« tup ply you. -*Jp- 0"T Graham Hour Corn Meal Store 445 *4 3 3 ?M tfl 0'