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Winter evenings are coming and you will all have more time to read. Look over this list of the more popular latest novels. The Homesteaders A Certain Rch Man The Olilng of Dan Matthews My Lady of the South 54-40 of Fight The Goose Girl T.iixtonKing The Danger Mark The Silver Horde„ Set in Silver The Hungry Heart Have you read THE WEALTH OF FRIENDSHIP WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Phone 260 IP}* a®*!® J1 MHyiTi o HOOTS DAKOTA. TELEPHONE, NO. 269. HATUHOW. OCT. W. 1909. THE CITY. Weather Forecast. Generally fair tonight and warmer Sunday. White Wright Parrish Emerson hough H. McGrath I Geo. Barr McCutcheon Chambers Rex Beach Williamson Phillips by Gunsaulus? Ifs fine. OPTICAL 300M Sunday: LOCAL NEWS. The "live ones" eat at Jack's. Big social dance at Hundemer hall every Friday evening. For Sale. My lesidence in Madlgon and 400 acres of land.—A. J£. Fuller. Bring your poultry to Abbott & Mitchell. Every day is opening day at Miss Bogen's millinery store. Onnje and see her fine line of bats. J. CHRIS SCHUTZ, 'S DRUGGIST iL*£ 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 1 Cravanettes Hats & Caps Shoes Shirts Neckwear Underwear Sweater Coats Pants Fancy Vests Gloves &c iu i\cliL. i lunirijcu iiiumo. Will take a few boarders. Phon«4r8. A new line of picture moulding jtwt received at A. T. Ireland's. For Sale. Feathers. Inquire comer Seventh and Josephine avenue. Abbot? & Mitchell will pav top market prices for live poultry. For Sale. Eleven acres of potatoes 111 field or will let contract for digging On shares.—O. S. Jones. Wanted. Boy between 17 and SO years old, at telephone office. Steady work. Apply at Manager s office. For Sale My residence property ,i" north Egan aveune. adjoining Noimal campus.—L. W. Unzelman. For Sale. Gentleman's for coat. 3 blocks west of Methodist church. Strayed. From our yards one black and white hog. Finder notify Feck Bros. Last chance to inspect an elegant line of 8oita and coats, at The Fair Monday, Oct. It. Judges of Cut Glass know that there is i big difference in the cuts, lines and lustre of the different manufactures. This year we have stocked the "Clark" tine of American Cut Glass We consider this glass \c ne and would like to show it to you and quote you our prices on it. We have other American manu facturers' lines on hand and can show you the Largest Assortment of Cut Glass in Town JEWELER For the Sickroom and for the Infant The Thermos Bottle keeps liquids 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, ihe Thermos Bottle simply consists of one glass bottle inside another with a vacuum between. No chemicals of any kind---always ready---l&StS a life time. Filled, cleaned, emptied, same as any ordinary bottle. The Thermos bot tie is the greatest thing for the comfort and convenience of human race ever invented. Z. F. SEARS, OPTICIAN IN CHARGE !»!•—mrmini it •b vi N Prescriptions Correctly Compounded The Madison high school football team Went to Lu wme. Minn., today where they are scheduled for a game with the high school team of that city. Ladies, come down and let na enter tain you by snowing you oho of the snappiest lines of ladies' suits and coats shown anywi Monday, n r. 18. l'he Fair. Rev. R. M. Hardtuan WSB a passeti g« for Howard by the evetine train and thfre will be no service at Grace church tomorrow. Sunday school at the usual hour in the side room. Today's local grain market: Wheat, No. 1, 96 No, 2, 94 velvet chaff, No. 1, 92 No. 2, 90 durum. No. 1. 78 No. 2, 75. Oats. 83. Corn, 41. Barley, 45 to 48 Flax, fl.45. Speltz, 90 cwt. Timothy, $2.60 cwt. For Sale. A few residence lots blocks from Egan avenue. Some very choice residence, property situated on north side at very low figures. See about this.—A. W. HoldriJge & Son. Special meeting Madison coin man dery, K. T., tdis evening. Work in the black cross degree. All Six Knights iu the city are courteously invited to be present.—H. A, Fowler, recorder Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sylvester of Grand Forks, N. D., who have been guests of the latter's brother, States Attorney Urdahl, departed this morn ing for Cauton, accompanied by Mr. Urdahl, -m from the cheap Street High-Grade Patterns. iiie Local baseball fans made np a puree today and bought telegraph bulletins or the Pittsbnrg-Detroit game, played in Detroit today,by innings. The bul lptins were displayed in the winnow of Walter Keith's barbershop. Eight intiinas had been reported at the boor of going to press and the score stood 8 to 0 in favor of Pittsburg. This is seventh game of the series, the teams having won three games each. To remark that the concert given by the Polmatier Sisters was the treat of the season would be but expressing the sentiment of ull who beard it. For over an hour and fifty minutes the numbers were enjoyed as rarely such an entertainment is ever appreciated in Watietown. The numbers were, in street parlance, whirlwinds, and were s rner Drug Store Lot. Sold-inouiited lady's cum I). Return to this office. Cloak and suit opening at The Fair Monday, Oct. 18. Warned. Man to dig an acre of po tatoes. Apply to Richard Hubbard, depot lunch room. All depaitments of the Normal will open again Monday morning, the 18th. Heatiug plant is connected and steam is being supplied to all buildings. s Glick & Cash present Zeke, the Country Boy, at the opera house Oct. 19. This play is all to be dtsired in the way of entertaining the public. A good plot which has its shaie of fun. but the serious is not lacking. Sing ing and dancing specialties, good band and orchestra. This company will be sHn at the opera house Tuesday. Seat s«le usual place. Special election to Ell alclermanic vacancies iu t'ue First aud Fourth wards will be held next Thursday, Oct 21. The only candidate so far mentioned is John Gearhart of the Fourth ward. Candidates will placed iu the field by petition and cer tificate of nomination shall be pub lished not later than mut Monday evening. PLUMES A great assortment of colors and prices, in Ostrich Plumes, the best ever carried. Be sure to examine out line before pur chasing. Trimmed Hats The very best var iety in Trimmed Hats. We have alll kinds the more Elegant, Hat Which will You Have? AT RICHEST WOMAN Mrs. Harrfanttft Has Vifhich is Valued $300,000,000 the! valae(i at *:0(i,t)00,000. of thi8 Mr be teneially responded to by encores j|6 deafening. Time and time again country aud in Europe hers is right at the members of the organization weie the top of the list, among the tive or (impelled to respond to reneated en six richest individuals. With the ex *.ores, and the audience never seemed ception of the Rockefeller, the Roths to tire of the etforts of the ladies. Too child, the duke of Westminster and high praise cannot DC given the Pol-jperhaps one of th«» Gould fortunes, tuatiei Sisteis, as they are real most' Mrs. Harriman's wealth is greater than cians of a high order.—Argus-Leader, 'any ochei person" sioux Falls. I A friend of E. H. Harriman, who Sydney, aged 12 years second son of gave a statement of the railro.id king s Mr, and Mrs. Sydney Lee,died at the riches, said that Mi. Harriman him i'amily home, 409 Josephine avenue, self a day or two before bis death said at 11 o'clock last night,of diphtheria, he would leave $300,000,000. Death came unexpectedly and the pa-1 rents feel their less very keenly. Last Saturday Sydney was out more or leM in the rain that prevailed and a se vere cold came upon him which was treated with home remedies by his mother until Wednesday when a phy sician was called. Nothing of a seri ous nature in the case was apparent and no alaim was felt bv the parents until yesterday wlieu a consultation of physicians pronounced the illness' the rt-gult ot diphtheiia and the home I was quarantined early in the after nom. The disease progressed rapidly aud the little life passed out at the hour stated above. Sydney was a bright little boy and much beloved by bis parents wno are much cast down as a result tjf their bereavement. One othd- son, Harry, survives. A private funeral Was held from the home at 4 o'clock this afternoon which in the ao senco of Mgr. Flynn was conducted by Father Bonneterre of Charles City. Burial in the Catholic cemetery. The Churches. Presbyterian churcn—Service* at the usual home. Preaching morning a*id evening by the Rev. Mi. Grant of Huron. 'M. E. church.—Morning service, 10:30 Sunday school, 12 Epworth League, 6:30. Mr. Thibodeau will oc cupy the pulpit in the morning. There will be no evening service —Duane Rihnbark, Pastor. 1 United Lnthe: an church—There will be service at 10:30 a. m., condoct ed in the Norwegian language. The Sunday school meets at noon.—Martin Anderson, Pastoi. Fiist Baptist church—Morning wor ship, 10 :H0 Sunday school, 12 B. Y. P. U., 0:30, William Lam bom, leader, Evening service, 7 :30 subject of ser mon, Hypocrisy. Special invitation to strangers in toe city.—Fred E. Stock ton, pastor. Papering Damp Walls. When a wall is found be too damp to retain a wall paper, prepare a coat ing of tne following ingredients: A quarter of a pound of shellac aud a quart of naptba. Brush this over tbe damp sp ts. and when it dries tbe wall will be innd to be impervions to moisture from the other aide. You will find that golden grain belt beer is an «see 11 ent autumn beverage. See that you have a case on band. Order of your nearest dealer. Tae care of your stomach. Let Kodal di^eBt all the food you eat, for that is what Kodol does. Every tablespoonful of Kodol digests 2 V4 pour da of food. Try it today. It is guarnteed to re lieve you or your montj bawk. Sold bf \11 Druggists, Beautiful Estate at New York, Oct. 15.—Mrs. Mary Harriman, widow of Edward H. Har riman, is the richest wouian iu the world. The estate left by the rail road magnate, who died a few weeks ag\ according to a statement made by a close friend and business associate, is Althougn out Harriman. the dav before died, gave each of his children 0 00,000, an a otDer atertown Public Opinion. 000 more, the remainder t'27fi,000,000, The concert given by the Polmatier which goes to the widow, places her in Sisters under the leadership of Miss possession of a foitnne beside which Lu Geba Polmatier, was one of the the wealth of Mrs. Hetty Green and •reats of the season. Selections after Mrs. Russell Sage seems small indeed, .-election were rendered in a manner Not only iB Mrs. Harriman the rich that held the large audience spell- est woman in the world,but among the hound, and then the burst of applause great names of finance, both iu this w relatives $:?,000,- HARD COAL PEA NUT STOVE EGG Weather? COKE Splint and Black Band We RE-SCREEN our SOFT COAL, not an ounc* of dust in a Car load LARKIN & MET Mill 240 PHONES Store 445 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. Miss Rose Organ, of Milwaukee, has again taken charge of the Trimming Department. Young Men, Dress Better Not by spending more money for but by getting clothes better suited age and your figure. Dress better by selecting one of these Eder heimer-Stein overcoats. Made for Young Men and Young Men only. We've any style you might wanli Regular lapel coats, single or double breasted button-to-the neck coats coats with large roll collar coats that permit you to button up one lapel, both lapels or neither long coats and medium length. And they're big roomy coats9 with fancy patterns, or of plain materials, perfect fit, perfect tail* oring, snappy, classy. Your overcoat is important the most conspicuous part of you in the winter. Might as well make a good impression by wearing $ good coat. We have the best, the only clothes in town bearing the Ederheimer-Stein label. THE MODEL Hackett & Sutton COAL MAN thinks faces the Storm. SOFT COAL iMI WASHED NUT WASHED EGG WASHED LUMP HOCKING CALF GREAT EXHIBIT OF Fali and Winter A S AT MISS BOGEN'S Every Day Will Be OPENING DAY A Lesson in Coal Economy u ill be learned if you have us fill your bin with the winters supply If YOU THINK ALL COAL ALIKE you'll find out your mistake when you see how much farther a ton of ours goes how little else PH0Nf 195 but ish is left, how every lump is tfood clean fuel with notasuspie ion of slate or stones. How many ton.^ did you say you want E. W. Ketcham your clothes, to you, your I I 4 -»n *31 M, r» ft i 'f-' .a •4 ''3 "i? 1 *r •31 *$4 I 14 'W i I ff -, hi 4 '4 -f i II r-V '"-"At.' ul a S Mk: ik S.