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If You Want Any Bargains in
5 piece Tea Set, Worth $25,
Sale price
4 piece Tea Set, worth $20,
Sale price
3 piece Tea Set, worth $16,
Sale price
3 piece Tea Set, worth $20,
Sale price
Tea Pot, only one, worth
$3.75, Sale price
Sugar Bowl, worth $2.50,
Sale price
WATCH
and
JEWELRY
REPAIRING A
SPECIALTY
Phone 260
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IAD1IOI, IOCH D1BCTA.
TELEPHONE, NO. 269.
TUESDAY.
OCT.
5. 1909
THE CITY.
Weather Forecast
Pair tonight and Wednesday cooler
tonight.
LOCAL NEWS.
,'r •octal dance at Handemer hall
every Friday evening.
For Sale. Household furniture,
•old by Oct. 1.—Mrs. Harry
*,'?£ Host be
Hnnt, 706 Kgan Avenue.
For Sale. My residence In Madiaon
wd 400 acres of land.—A. £. taller.
For Sale. Three residence lota.—
Stephen Olabo
Bring your Cpooltryfto Abb.tt ,&
Mitafctll.
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SILVERWARE
In order to Clean up our lariir stock of Silverware and make room for our New Xmas Stock that will be
here in a few weeks we are offering the following bargains:
$13.98
$4.98
$9.98
$1.48
.89
THE THERMOS BOTTLE
For the Sickroom and for the Infant
The Thermos Bottle keeps liquid* hot 24
hours in the coldest weather.
The Thermos Bottle keeps ice cold liquids
ice cold 72 hours in the hottest weather. You
simply pour in the liquid hot or cold and cork it up.
The Thermos Bottle will keep it that way. The Thermos
Bottle is a new scientific invention, embodying the well-known
principle that heat or cold can't get through a vacuum. The
Thermos Bottle simply consists of one glass bottle inside another with
Vacuum between. No chemicals of any kind—always ready—lasts a life
time. Filled, cleaned, emptied, same as any ordinary bottle. The Thermos bot
tle is the greatest thing for the comfort and convenience of human race ever invented.
GET FULL DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET AND PRICES
See our New Novelties in Brass Work on Display in North Window
JONES DRUG CO.
GRINAGER BROS.
We're ready to show
you the New Fall
Styles in
Men's Suits
Youth's Suits
Boys' Suits
Overcoats
Cravanettes
Hats & Caps
Shoes Shirts
Neckwear
if-
Underwear
Sweater Coats Pants
Fancy Vests Gloves &c
Every day is opening day at^Mies
Bogen's millinery store. Come and
see her fine line of bats.
For Sale. Jewel heater, No. 115,
and small Quick Meal steel range.—
Chicago 5 r.au 10 cent store.
A new line of picture moulding jaat
received at A. T. Ireland's.
Lane's hair tonic, cures dandruff and
itching sculps.—flollidny & Porter.
Abbott & Mitchell will pay top
market prices for live poultry.
For Sale. Feathers. Iuqnire cornej
Seventh and Josephine avenne.
For Sale. My residence property in
north Egan avenne. adjoining Normal
campus.—L. W. Unzelinan
For Sale. Fur coat. Three blocka
west of Methodist church.
I have several pieces of furniture
which I will sell at a great bargain
high class goods at exceptional prices.
Call at the parsonage at once.—A. D.
Thibodean, next house east of Metho
dist church.
Now Is Your Chance
Sugar and Creamer, worth
$6, Sale price
Cracker Jar, worth $5.80
Sale price
Nut Bowl, worth $6.50,
Sale psice
Bread Tray, worth $4, sale
price
Gravy Boat, worth $6.50,
Sale price
Syrup Pitcher, worth $4.50,
Sale price
All these goods are fully guaranteed, all are made by the International Silver Plate Co., as good a house as there is
i n e o u n y
J. CHRIS SCHUTZ,
DRUGGIST JEWELER
COMPLETE OPTICAL ROOM Z. F. SEARS, OPTICIAN IN CHARGE
$1.98
$2.98
$2.98
$1.98
$1.88
$1.98
Prescriptions
Correctly
Compounded
Corner Drugstore
The "live ouch eat at Jack'n.
tor Sale. Five room boose with
two lots.-R. W. Lincoln.
C. S.Shaw of Carthage spent Sunday
witn bin family in this city.
The county commissioners met today
in regular October session.
Mrs. Lannon returned from Flan
dreau by the evening train.
Mrs. Frank Fuller returned from a
visit with lelativcs at Mazotuanie,
Wis.
The infant child of Mr. and Mr*.
Hugh Corning, sonth of Winfred.died
this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald arrived thin
evening from Pipestone and are guests
of their sons at the Lake Park.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with
Mrs. S. 8. Flitcroft tomorrow atter
noon. Keport of state convention.
Wanted. To rent bouse and barn.
Address or call on Kev. H. W. Estrem.
Found. Signet ring. Call at
Peck's market.
Wanted, waiter to work dinner and
supper, also second cook.—Jack's Ren
tuurant.
Lost Lady's gold watch with fob.
Return to this office and receive re
ward.
J.ost. White silk Bcarf,hemstitched,
two yards long. Return to Mm. J. H.
Williamson.
Lane's rat and roach paste, guaran
teed to kill rata and mice.—Holliday
& Porter.
Jnst leave a'lock of yonr hair and
have a switch or pnffs made to matcn,
ont or real human hair. All grades
and prices.—Miss L. B.Morse.
Remember all elect!ic light bills
mnst be paid at the Lake County bank
on or before the 10th or a fine of |1
will apply.—Win. Rae. City Auditor.
Regular meeting Rebekah lodge
Wednesday evening All members are
requested to be present for practice
work. By order noble grand.
J. P. Nighbert was a morning pas
senger for Rock Rapidg, Iowa, to con
duct an auction sale of live stock.
He will return Thursday.
Holders of season tickets are admit
ted to the illustrated lectors at the
Normal auditorium Friday, Oct. 8,
witboat extra charge. Reserve your
seats at Corner Drag store Thursday
and Friday, Oct. 7 and 8.
Special conclave Madison comman
dery, K. T.. Thursday evening with
work in the red cross degr«e. Also
Saturday evening with woik in the
black cross degree. All Sir Knights
in the city are courteously invited to
be present -JT. a
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Mrs. C. W. Wood returned this
morning from a week's absence at
I.mimon. Immense crowds are arriv
mut in that section of the state for the
purpose of registering for government
lani in Uncle Sam's lottery which
commenced yesterday.
Today's local grain market: Wheat,
No. 1, 921 No. 2, 90J velvet
chaff, No. 1, 89 No. 2, 87 durum.
No. 1, 75 No. 2, 72. Oats. 84. Corn,
Barley, 46 to 48. Flax, fl.88.
Spcltz, 90 cwt. Timothy, |2.«0 cwt.
(n Friday evening, Oct. 8, Gilltert
McClury will give his illustrated lec
tin''', entitled, O, Brave, New World
.•! Texan.at Normal auditorium. This
uot a regular course number, bnt is
free to holders of season tickets to the
Normal entertainment coarse. Secure
vonr ticket and reserve seats at the
Cornei Drug store.
la circuit court this afternoon Otto
Levold and H. Holt each plead guilty
the illegal sale of liquor at Nnada
and were fined $50 and costs The
i-ase of Cbas. Lidel vs. So.Dak. Cent.
Ky was then taken up and occupied
lie attention of the conrt and jury
iuo-t of the "afternoon. The case in
volves the killing of cattle by the de
fendant company.
Kev. Dr. llardman, rector of Giace
Episcopal church who has been in
charge of the parish for the past three
years, is making excellent progress in
the upbuilding of the church. Total
number of coininnnicants, Nfl jbaptiams
since Rev. Mr. Hardinan's pastorate,
27 confirmations, 28. The church is
free from debt, and the outlook is
very promising.
Mr. Dale E Lyons of Winfred and
Miss Edith Wakeman of Sioux Falls
were united in marriage last evening
at the First Baptist parsonage by
Kev. Fred E. Stockton The contract
ing parties were supported at the mar
liage altar bv Miss Frances Lyons,
sister of the groom.
vand
I
ty
Mr. A. .T.
Wolf. Tbe ring service was read.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyons will make their
home fomteen miles southwest of this
city.
The Lyman Twine musical comedy
company appeared at tbe opera house
last evening anl was greeted with the
largest audience which has ever asseui
bled under the management of Hunt &
Col«rove. The house was ciowded to
its full capacity and from the opening
to the close of the entertainment there
was not one moment that the audience
was not entertained to tbe fullest ex
tent. Tbe company is making a big
bit in the state and certainly main
tained their reputation in Madison.
They will play at Brookings this even
ing.
The First Baptist church of this city
is to extend an invitation to the Honth
Dakota state convention which m^ets
in Mitchell the 18th to 17tb of tLis
month, to meet in Madison in 1911,
the thirtieth anniversary of the organ
ization of the convention. Tnis gath
ering should be of interest to tbe citi
zens of Madison outside of the Bap
tists. inasmuch as it will partake of
an historical nature, tbe work of Bap
tists in both Dakotas, having been or
ganized at Lake Madision in 1881, in
wbat was then Dakota teiritory.
"In Wyoming," which comes to the
opera n»nse tomorrow night is,without
doubt, tbe best play Mr.Williard Mack
ever wiote, tbe story is interesting
throughout tbe entire four acts and
there is not a moment, from the rise to
the fall of the enrtain when the in
terest of the spectator flags. The
characters are all taken from life and
are s correct portrayal of the people
who go to make up the inhabitants of
the state from which the play takes its
name. Tbe scenes and incidents are
laid in the beantiful Big Horn Valley,
the center of interest being tbe ranch
of a well-to-do cattleman. The pic
turesque scenery is all painted from
sketches made on the spot, by tbe emi
nent painter. Mr. O. W Wegner, and
such has been the raoceas of tbe painter
in reproducing the sane, that one can
almost feel the aroma of tbe cactus
and sage brush, and imagine the inhal
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GRAND
MILLINERY
OPENING
AT THE
Morse Millinery Parlors
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
OF THIS WEEK
You are most cordially invited to inspect our ex
quisite line of Fall Millinery.
Erick Natvhh and Magretta Amon
s hi, both of Madison, were married at
tbe United Lutheran church l.-ist night
»t 7:80. Rev. Anderson officiating.
Mr. Natvicn is known here, and the
nride came here from In wood, la., sev
eral years ago.
ing of tlie dry, choking alkali dust.
"In Wyoming" is an American play
and will live long in tbe
hearts
American theatre-goers.
Thousands Flock to
of
LAND RUSH
the
Various
Regisration Points in
State
Pierre, Oct. 4.—Today's early trains
brought tbe first of the registration
crowds and at .a late hour tonight spe
cial trains have added to the throngs
which are waiting for an opportunity
to get even a lottery chance at seem
ing a parcel of Uncle Sam's fast disap
pearing acres.and tiie streets are live
ly with the merrymakers, many of
whom come to register and others to
look on and gather the dimes from the
visitors. The indications at piesent
ate that when the registration booths
open at 12 o'clock they will have a
good patronage for tbe first hour at
least, aud may have another rush
when trains arrive later in the night.
Tbe street ciowd is a uiiied one of
laud seekers who come from nearly
every state in the union, pleasure seek
ers who care not for tbe land, but to
see the carnival sights, soldiers in
uniform who are here tc. tace part iu
tbe Custer battle production. *nd
others who will do special police duty.
The sound of leveille is now tailing
them to their tented camp in the city
park, while a few blo-Jis from them
many of the crowd is attracted by the
boom of tne drum which is furnishing
music fot the Indian dancers, who are
celebrating their visit to tne city to
take part in the carnival celebration.
Tbe notaries who are slated for the
graveyard shift beginning at mid
night, are getting their supplies in
shape to handle a*.l who come, and a
few of tbe anxious ones are already
gathering at the doors of the registra
tion rooms, although it is more than
an hour to midnignt. Many residents
of tbe city who have no registration
rights are out to watch the crowds and
see the opening of the event, which
means a gieat deal to Pierre, not only
from tbe financial gain which the di
rect operation of the opening may
mean, but in tbe advertising which it
will give, not only to the city, but to^
tbe whole of the central part of the^
state.
Tbe Northwestern road expects to
be«in handling special trains by morn
ing to bring out the landseekers who
left Chicago and other easteru points
to be in at. tbe beginning of the regis
tration. The number who will regis
ter at this point is yet much of a
guess, but all indications now 'appear
to be that tbe number will be greater
than was first estimated, as letters
and reports of the past two days an
nouncing the intention of parties
coming show a largely increased in
terest as tbe date foi the registration
approaches.
The people of the city have been lor
the past week preparing to handle all
who come and cau care for eeveral
thousand each day without any great
inconvenience, as many private parties
have arranged to supply the needs of
those who cannot be accommodated at
the hotels.
Several film booses bsve represents
tives on tbe grounds, and tbev have
been securing preliminary pictures to
day to work in with their moving pic
ture representations of the scenes of
the registration and the Custer fight.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that tbe firm
of Palmer & Cook, dentists, was dis
solved by mutual consent, October 1,
1909, Dr. Cook rttiring from the firm.
The business will be continued in tbe
same office by Dr. Palmer, who as
sumes all indebtedness of tbe firm,
and tj whom all accounts due the
firm are to be paid.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1909.
Dr. F. N. Palmer,
—Dr. C.
A.
Cook.
Ta'ie oare of your stomach. Let Bodol
d'uest all the fo 1 you ca*, f«r tha is
what Kodol does. Every taMospootful
of Kodol digests 2'4 gourds «.f food.
Try it today, it is guaruteed to re
lieve you or your money baok.gpold bv
All Druggists.
yi::
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Good Afternoon!
State Exhibit to Be Held
Mitchell in January
'-Mr
t/v *.
Do you do your own baking? We are' in
troducing a very superior flour, much better
than you have been using
"No, thank you,
LITTLE HATCHET
i» good enoughlfor me, so is SUNNYSIDE
WASHED COAL.
LARKiN & METCALF
Mill 240 IPHONES Store 445
KUPPENHEIMER
CLOTHES
Copynskl 1909
Tbe Houae of KuppcohoMt
Chicago
THE MODEL,
at
Mitchell, Oat 4.—A mesttaff 4he
board ot directors of the Htnte Corn
and (Jrain Growers' association was
beld iu the city today to srrange for
the annual corn show. Mitchell was
decided upon as the place for tbe
meeting, and tbe daten selected are
January 17 to 20, 1910. It was an
nounced that the farmers' institute
board had set aside $600, which will
be utilized to help pay tbe expenses of
the state show, and which the legisla
ture provided for last winter. Cash
prizes will bs offered for oorn, and
tbe agricaltnral implement houses
will offer special prizes for earn. An
effort will be made to secare the ser
vices of Prof. P. G. Ho'den, tbe Iowa
corn expert, to conduct tbe three days'
corn school which will be held in con*
section. Ho will probably be assist
ed by Prjf. W. A. Wheeler, of thia
city, and Prof. C.Willis, of Brookings
agricnltrual college. The state will
be divided into throe divisions for tbe
contest on corn, inasmuch as there is
a difference in tbe growth o£ corn is
he three portions of the state.
jy,
MISS BOWS
Every Day Wil B«
OPENING DAY
We have made arrangements to display the Largest
and Most Up-to-Date Line of Millinery ever shown
in the city. We can please you. s
Miss Rose Organ, of Milwaukee, has again taken
charge of the Trimming Department
CORN SHOW
Complete Stock of
my own make at
Manufacturer's
RICES
SIOUX CITY'S FURRIER/
Sioux City, Iowa
McDANIE & TRIMMER
CONSULTING CIVU ENGM3S
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There's plenty ol
ginger and go in
tins splendid
model,
and gentlemanly
good taste,
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Come in and see
for jourself
HACKETT& SUTTON
Proprietors
GREAT EXHIBIT OF
Fall and Winter
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