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BUSINESS LOCALS
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Ftjr SaJa. F-aii bio
Jerwy ow ia mil* P^oae 5313.
W. Moffltt.
»r E«c a motes 1
IL«).35. AAA-AKIC FLX2
Parfcar Aato C«.
3i« cut aa wapas -^pairfa*.—c..
A. Palmer tha b-buricmitl. ?%one
22Tf.
Pr«mwes« -mire in »r
la^pnmia rir ftaMnia. Ret
iaai ».
For sale. Early mccea aenl
-.esa i 0 I'M. fl.5t
Gai ta Sar*
On the
Monthly Bargain Day
Thursdav. May 26th
rm
at
better
Rr-
ater a# aaai^
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i* n :t n
HI fx.
niahe
litai*. Owr
petwiaiii
-ieetrtc acuaai ?iej
,c
.nae
-*ierr.ric
wasttuuc
e Tsanngatr? roil
Joif.
doiiara
a aara
sok
-jraue.
Fi je.
110 »red:
»iia J. Ricfcter "hone 'Hii
taa t» bitter mt Btrnf*.
MI
rit :a plow worx.—L. .L.
ms
awr. tacs.3ia.:a. Phone
OfeU o» lair •r ni^ht r«i
tiing Phone Rataai 1
i- anutBre ««irnu
a
cay af
TAR
JPM*.
Ear
Sajr 5
W*ai«a Ta
uiu triitire llTHr Ul Mrnr- E
V?*? Wearever Bathing- Caps also Bathing
Slippers at
'NE-TfTIRD OFF REGULAR PRICES
Rubber Toy Balloon free with era ar-
-hase or is day only. i
J. Chris Schutz
rHS iTY
The Old Reliable Druegis**
iiwmmTmTrTrrmrrmmTTmmmnimttmiimitimiimtmitiiumiiiiMtiiHiicimmiii
ta
iUt
?n-
£aie. Se^ti room houa
iii reet i^.a l?asfh s— o
oee 21SS.
Lara for owraiia.
PFHAL
3WTOE R* BII'
^rraui r*»pa
w Eaac Ha
ienooL
Zach on: iceocapanief
1 '•«*r*ified _aj4«» naTM),
'he .- 3 of -4aea
•^nai. I par cent
arfee. out !a. to case
Plans arar ?eea a
*ae *faxe -nzmeer.
•he \ecT81'
MSMLsob.
Schtrarr a:
Ffr^
*»«rerar^-'
eoatractors.
by
Th^ -mrn -«gwrr*
jyjwp s p* 1 K /lc.
at L. .L
*h*»ua.s
Psstaier's B^essnjitaL.
a:com
rshei
ysr
vV r. McGrati.
Fancy Jr-am -aeese.
^OBBd.—?ee« s Market.
Flrom. :a^i iare ill ?n«s on aiaca
wiii&iny um wajEon rnpairia^ are
retiacea fruaa I§ to per ww.—L_
A ?alm«r. Btaeksmith. Pltoae
itT?.
of Twm&ut
JUI
.». i Ttampaoa. psoae SI
F-mt Sale. E-ght raaat
maimm.
aa*i rwa lota, r—j tenaa. la
•aare at :a.a office.
».jti ^rfee 13 ?nt3. —iiiilara 3
OCAL NEWS
"Li.r i iaa '~a
•*»o week 3 rattt vttk frie®d*
ronma.
Thomas Vaaaff of
rtred :a^
phaee
IIIIWI
4ra7.
For a .iraital time *e vlil sell
FtreasoBft -.irw as foaiaoa. 2«la2.
R. Zanes -aronte aome *cday
*0 Mar:on. follow nz a -wo
•tMt -ere with h.s :«h»p. Thomaa
Danes, and family.
Mrs. Xora PetersoE Fwtera. tat
a "h-* .'iry iwaitiitg 'aa :rcoz:e of
Mrs. John Pooieyi jroionxea .11
"«a. Mrs. Pooiey rs Mrs.. ?areraWS:
^raadntothar.
Dean Cola aaA »•. Saariafi. warm
a the •:'y -he past *wo !avs -al!!air
oa -.he formers ~ar®ats. Mr. ind
Mrs. J. H. :a4e. Tier
5l»as Fails codajr.
Eaimond 2rowa w«st ^aak
r*o«rc Falls "his •jieaooit -iiter
5pt®diaz 1 onpie
'hmr
b«tfr ac Bni't.
?*or~ City.
stated
•eeks
zooms
-?r»
K
,I
•^th aia parents. Mr. sum Sirs. John
Brawn. Fifth street N* w.
Mrs. 'leorrs flernoids
3
daash-
ar amred oday 'rom Mag tana.
*urrinjc hees -ailiMi aere b*?eaaae of
*he s**ioas llaeaa of Mrs. 2 envoid's
noiher. Mrs. ihn Po««ey.
Sd. Gaffer-- ua -»-.fr were re
"urautsf jajSMrae-pr* *hla naaratietr
"rom aaafeester. Mian. Mr. Baffat
-oak a coarse if treataieat at -he
Mayo h.oapital iad urates tisat ae a
4iad «seap» ta -perafToa r^ac at4
rst ~«*gai£d r^cesaarr
GIVE HER A-
DIAMOND
GET IT AT
PORTER BROS
Lake Cuunlv^s OWest Jewefrv Establishment
izaam. Tm.. appnsina? her of ipraprtaie ^xerrtam i cart"
cjn condition -f her —other. 5at oy -he Oia Egg" at
Mr*. j'zn Pooier- The of I «T»TW of Ccanta e Egga
is ^xssctett *0 irrxe ins Albert Una "ari Norher* will
Haa.sv-. a a lay :r *wo of :as lay.
M. C. aad L. I. Tpwaswiek 2aie: SHm Graff is tha po«- eoauaaisd*:
-iepartare far "heir home at'
Fo~ 'he past -TO
!M.
•lays "hejr w«*r« -he fiesta of 'heir
arorher. O. Ttwhsw/s a ad family
•^idinj? n a farm
aorth treat of this -itr.
MERE IIJUM
Idaho
*~raa,r md •ere
M^ii.joa foiirrpeii r^ars a^o.
iixeer *o Idaho 'or 'he henefff
Mrs. ".v:iaiar*h heaiih. These
ate expert
LIM W^\
i of fc ^o«»a«"Tf Pe«r*
A,JTt
CraekenTftor^e
uooani Ma«
jtnt'
toaovaoi^ jimaiT
Pas
Aaraoar s ntroth^rt
k&e Phippa
Han
tugr i.nrfeeattterpe'a Htwaci
Mmauts El^i« Jet
.:
T's
fri #ad»
ArrfU'*
at ffiBwkha.:-
Lacaa .Thoiii.«i.
Man servant at Jimmr* ?lat
Laifar '"rackentharpe Ana PeJr
Ant&oBT's aiotaer
ie Miliieent Seppei.
Heiea
ay's sister
Mrs. '"jio'iaoaM..
Mabei K
society w«MBaa wl» n -h-» f!a
Mts. 'Maxa Kaiarra PI
Widow of Ptnf. 0 Tiara. F. R.
P^Ejrj O'Marm irtfaa oekoar
Crack-int!r-:rre. ia irstocrn.-
^agusa woaian. .r^seaTa "he nf5o
-ace Mrs?. O'Mara and her aau^h-
•aay vipoa differeat of i
•ir»»r f'.me. --p*»r!aii" Aa-^
Major ?hipo« ?rooo»-« :i
*tt^me ro ri"** Aata.uo" aaA to
iaoa» i««Hattfi€ wwtnen aact
",3«jtr (HiiarT*r ail j**see. Thi *aa*
Mffls
f.o
oe worcjojt jar -a faTOr o£
Lady Craakaatfcorpa a^i her .axer-
^las to tha
.iai ""day. m.r IT ac f-IS p.
Pe«y"
•it nar aioihijr
.ui .«ats 5*1 *-nia. Eaaerreii
R«aii itoit Th irsoay maranur
R1AL. t€RnrF
at :Sua «er~ce.
i
«.£
1
_,*cuiar
Jfd*
frsa erreea •di i*? leid .n tfc
foreaoon it II- "Thoae •qt.- "ma
-a« c.oraia« *«^nees are iakea
-ake with *hem :aeir nm«r t-a^JBW?- .:.a» PlHa. Ma? Mi.—Cfcaia
liter aa-rte* iuaeh. ail saxher -.a. tfe I Pelr. who waa i.'-ani a«
*aareh at 2 j. a. waere nemartr! raxread wrtfc •'TPf-rujiw a rnwm
ftanrces wil he heid. ^oibeT
r*[: -»-aca and tise ehoir w»ii reaa*'
*peeml aiasie. Aii ".a# *a«tier oor
of -he 'oar®«atJon and 'he mem
rhe
AC
sores.
HO
k? arsniaar at IS la .in
I
miless sciiooi aaditorrnm the coaaaxeneem-n
Tie latter ^rotmnis of 'he eradiation r.aas
*hai he had planted lill wtii beam. Ar. -his *:tne
acres of :orn *har waa now aixrati a^ior -"laaa play anil he pres«r-«i
•aii -aouea ta plow,
Mrs. Mils -Toaarore
yesterday from her home. Fifth
street X. W. -o "ha iocai hoapitai her daughter. Pesrgy
3uff«ri«ir Croat a severe **ase of pne».i- aiemkers of h«r
a oQia. a d-aeaae ixat has
qoite premient
•r.mty i^ace *h
?rc -eaaon. £.erer7 z.73xaaii
the "!tr aaa oae or
la trus ay Lutr Cracs-«thorp*v a
taken instonra^ic r'njritah '"otnaau -«s%ar*
he afluence of Mr^. O'Mara iaa
~^n iiffer°-5T
rie. eepe
.ppa pn
§ave v a
we
«. -RAILT .MIBAUF. MA1'
a Mauisoo xad Ti-i ^oaea a '*iev«r aehen.
laiier'nz -.a of rla*4 *::or.- a ad eet r.»:
t:f:e •omen tA*
luenee. Tie
•orK.iuf oat ia
paeumonia "o fntt
Mr. and Mrs. 1. D. T"a:ar*h ar- raraemhorpe and
r:vea -man
Fails. ladho. .ree 'me ..tad •'r»r
fhe
raesta jf The haaiorvis Irish Mrs
-aii&r arm her John Petheram and her slow Eaal-is.il
family. T!ua nfirniwf 'iter went, "he 'itie Ladr Crar.ientaorpe
rast :o Werftwonii *o call oa "heir herwlf. Com» f« ta-
iaaxater. Mr*. W. Wrij?at. Mr. i'iai*onum Frrdajr. \fc
•i*tt Mrs. W-.Iraarth are pioaeer -est- cloek aatt *hs i-n
daars of Lake ^ounrr T!I«T left ?a«zr,' o .rw^t her iwr.
*pewd 'fee summer
*0
Tie baacaiaura
'."«iaT
anaos
.. 6 f-O
s&eiiei
r»a fHtnesday
Dr. 2. 3n-v
1
.r„.ii*r"r
ens
~or xa
-'r ?.r»r»
•r^Nf how
Mara o»irw'T
•ads i»t
--*'VNH
""T*
i-aija at Sfte. Re
Hare TSwartaar aaor aijs»
'"rloeiL
HW
.. ,.4te'g amrersitr
.uoas ptaiforna speak-.
nceatun will ieif*
•.^acemeat *Mresa.
—a.or* -wul *ake
iuurrow i n-i rrert ia
«eaotil war
.«» iiradnarlim ^nilwi tur
uusr hi«h ^r.a—il tffi be
'•.oui r"Tup« p'xpjls ot .»
*f*nooi haTv -a*»^s ad*astasre
,»r- peasant -TosaF ir h«» .ak
•.wo pen:'•s
Aarert'n
se *1*^-r
UMsas
wfc n
II
b—-a Mri.
h*rium
There *:ii be ao aooi oa Muo
ae •la.T oeia* aat oaai hol:di
li papiis of iie -«*aooi ar*»
-o be ar 'be -'.gh seho«a
•,'1 '.dimse not later rhen 22.:#5 to tax
?art Jia ieeerattr r. oar tsarad-.
T!ie 5t»ad»«t "OUE i -«e*i
^eeu&z ~onNi *0 tea.'
jirdia.-'-!rrrrr
a sioviHir 5*r*-ir»
-.he samaaer.
The ParcBt-TieaEh" —fiat: n
TaahfaztJO .r~~- "'-'-a-
i .Jieaie for rh»» -cnoos :a
-00a. aviations -,etasE -'.'-i
3anusa CTass of h- 1*m:aa
•t .*aiirrrt aas
aizat. i*r-
..ist
r-apaaatrt* ..a a zoodiT aunioer
Toiae aad s«e for yoarswf
hnmnpBn »a Mrs. ..-Mara irw.ta
.isr §tow £nj?iisa "Ttends ind wms
'M uti* —ni? .ract -araorp^ or. -mm .asro "^wter^i a
1 .on uuz -aea *a«
ciaak Her. V. ?.
he iame
"f LAXK! jg^mga Jaif.
i.rraEKms
hadl-*^
1
'"HXTUHL
ItwarMl i*?r*-,.e«« •til b*
La3r» M*dia«»a Lat
aen. -Tnt«y The
1
new *f»as*i a
-i vaurd aiade prtynai«i. for a i
ithiy 5oe:ai -atiittrBa i
a -iartertT sae. The .der ~OT
.e asirrn aaa een .z~t*ea iQi
:ipt-
1
S. NIekie was 'ae epeaaer. -t -ae
Temaa -poke a ---««»rax.ion. i
iiite
•eaeh^r of
rh»j
UTPJW IPCATE '-A 1
The TiBiS Ma-
•ron's 71aaa- sad rr.-H 1a -fee tpp^r«
-00m ior instr ^atiiartaar ana eater*
.omedt tha =a«« fo* -he .-ef wa- i
r.^n-a. The sessa^^a aod ttt« soeiaii
ratherinz -a .• by ail c-res-i
-»ac. The ojmb :.^a« to haya .n
iflTr gaic,i±rm 1.: .oe* of ta« «?fra-»
1
Vaa Pelt Held For
Qrcait 0urt Trial
shares '*in Pait'i aerr *~tai wrll -roaie oe--
-he "tos# -ise ••irs®: --yirt. The »tsta of
-a*'- -^oqgch Dakota te ac riaa "try
i 'im aaa ^oareec .ra wrii adratiEery
?rei»r.i,nary laarion as -ae e
vwat eonr- -ase ik^Q from '.i.*1
-laam.*^ r-sauzar. it
!j
T"an!
ramorat z^txyrmm va4 rrtfd or
•*:ty a tsunic.pa. jart. »aa *o«tar
"joand orer "c
ra*»
tjf the '?*e 2gjge ooat rf tfc«*f *tj iadaa Martin Sar^a .-•« a rare'
American lecou from Ratlaad. ai.if,•*»». Tnth his boati affixed at ft.r 'M»
oeeapy "^ser^ed -«eata :n
aasK -era if
•nremt -^ottrt 'or MUaaeca.m '.oan'T
"he :.an::t-
1st
pai eoarr hear*a* of iua wa#a.
Ta !ua .nac. ^rwerda "ae*
II. 'mind *f i'o«! bis appeantar"
toaar. aia Wt
"onnty rail.,
1 Ladies' Eye f^ashe* 4re
Now Salable Articles
I S*m iTrs. .Ma- IS. Ladiesr
lasfce* aar*
«asah:e
etmome
inix-.#*
Th* 'ahte in MiladT*? toa
ioir r.:ay now h« .ad«ra»d. a idif-cn
ro
aameroaa ---ar --:.n«s 'aa: -i
'tiirers unnae 'a Sw aarnrxx.
a£ke» "hat past»
1 ijTif
•a rs.
r^sniar •«•»».
-zb
This .aarauon .2.
xrmtmm
imq.qiatt juxrze-
was on a^apiaF here codar
i'
he Aaieneaa Lames' Hair w a.g
Kawrta zos a:hr oa..
•r-th-fr aaiEtre ...irtsara ''aeiodMd i
uu .ooaa wta amr xd .Ah
oaiaa .oa« aaxr. :lna wwnair
DR. H. P. WESTABY
DENTIST
jPortes»^ieft*te
PH05TE
MADISON- -SOI TH OAXOTA
E A A A E
HAfAOWm
SMW
Better Than Ever
Take Yaar Meai With La
0. L. McJSXLLIP. Pnpw
WHY BE ANNOYED
by lines or humps 0: .• your bifeoai jjiassss?
W
LASSI3
a. _"1 "S ft.
2 Ifti
afford every comfort and convenience of natural eye
sight.
Cme in and let us help yoa solve your eyeglass problems.
TTreVre Here, Men!
New Straw Hats
There is no Iwtarer a*y need of wear­
ing that warm felt hat or woolen cap.
Fail into line with the season and get
under a cool Straw Hat.
We can now supply you with any styte
shape or make yom want si most mi-
eep^aole prices, from the plain sailor
type to the more dignified Panama.
S3.00 to $6.50
E. J. SUTTON
J. J. YAEGER. O. D.
r^4 n
Jewelry for Graduation
Gifts that Last—
Sweet memories of happy school days? How we
love to dwell in our thoughts on the pnde and exul
tations that were ours as we stepped forward cat the
graduation platform, diploma in hand, to acknow
ledge the applause and cheers from the dear ones.
Through the vears the exultations of graduation day
remain. Memories and associations, maintained by
photographs, rings and beautiful jewelry, that has
withstood the test of time.
They will appreciate it more
If it comes from Hansons
Beesley Dray Line
Mxn ail kiMti fft aoT*af wwHwi pw^, etb
.^rmy»4 *M
iiri sate. Deimaasi
IM
ROY BEESLEY Plow 3772
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