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THE DAILY LEADER
MADISON. SOUTLL DAKOTA. MONDAY, JUNE 22. 18%. Loral Time able. ChlcAgo, Milwaukee k St. I'tal Rfctlwfty, wblefe took effect, 5nnrl»y,May 4, 18U: TIIAINR OOINU CAST. Puaenger, No. 4, depart# 11:10 a. m. Vreighi, No.iW, departs t'i:4" a. m. TRAINS UOINO WFTRT. Way freight, No. 97, departs 4:10 p. in. THA1N8 rtiom TH* IA HT. PaMenger, No. 1, arrive* :50 p. tn. Freight, No. 95, arrive* ,ix) p.m. THAINB FKOM TBI WIST. Freight, No. IW, arrives 10:4 a. m. All the above trains carry passenger* bnt freights only when passengers are provided with tickets. PtMenger trains going east make connection it Scan for all points south. MADISON A BRISTOL LIMB. Passenger going north, depart* 4 p.m. Passenger from north arrives, 11 :INI a. m. II. K. WOOD. Local Agent. KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE FAI1*. E I Y LOfAL HKKVIT1 KM. Advent campers are arriving in large numbers. Mrs. A. 13. Olraore returned on the evening train. Dr. I. R. Nanneetadt returned to Can* ton on the forenoon train. Weather report: Local showers to night probably fair Tuesday. Frank Klotzbach of Independence, Iowa, is visiting ins brother, U. M» Klotzbach, of this place. A beautiful bust of Cleopatra, or other ahcient beauty, has been received by F. C. Smith, from an eastern drug huune as a prize for the tield sports July 0th. A dispatch received this afternoon states that thd little child of Mr, and Mrs. 11. li. Wood is dead. It was the youngest member of the family, about a year old. Leo Craney, the base ballist, took his team out to-day and warmed the jacket, of Tony Raburg's team in tine shape, the score standing IU) to 10 in favor of the former. Leo is now looking for other worlds to conquer. Anthony Tuor, of Hadus who was fat ally crushed by a falling barn, last week, died at 1 p. m. to-day. The funeral will take place Wednesday, at 10 a. m. from the Bad us church, Rev. Father Flynn conducting services. Prairie Queen, and all the world that will come, will celebrate the Glorious Fourth at Legaard's grove. A promin ent speaker will be present and ball game, horse and foot racing, danoing afternoon and evening are all provided for. Lake Preston Times, 19 Mrs. T. Buokholtz and children, of Madison, vis ited Mrs. McNamee over Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lindsey, Charley and John Lindsey are up from the Madison Normal school visiting at the home of their parents. ^C. W. Shirley and neighbors were in the city to-day unloading the machinery for their new creamery in the south west part of the county, which they hauled home. The outfit is new from the shops and of the most approved patterns. They expect to have the creamery running next week. H. R. Wood, train deepatcher, returned from his vacation at Big Stone lake, Saturday, relieving C. 8. Sorenson who had charge of the office during his ab sence. To-day Mr. Wood left for Daven port, Iowa, in response to a telegram from his wife stating that the youngest child wia very siok with brain fever. Brookings Register Carl Parkhurst, who has been a candidate for the reform •ohool but was permitted to have one more chance on promise of good be havior, was brought before Judge And rews Saturday, having broken his prom ise. During the examination the judge asked the boy what he had been doing the past week He replied that he had been attending the populist camp meet ing and listening to the sermons of Mc Louth, Loucks, and Stacy Cochrane. ••That will do," said the judge, "yours is a hopless case. Such conduct is un pardonable. Mr. Sheriff, yon will take 3 the young man to Plankinton at once." Sheriff Lindskog took the boy in charge and started for the reform school to-day. 1 he elders in charge have made ar rangements with THE DAILY LEADER to supply daily reports of the Seventh Day Adventist camp meeting now in progress at Lake Hermau. The reports will be written by C. W. Finis, prominent in the denomination and who furnished THE DAILY LEADER reports from the camp ground last year. Arrangements have also been made to supply a large num ber of extra copies of THE DAILY LEADER to the cauipers during the pro gress of the meeiing. Advertisers will profit by this extra audition to our daily issue. Peter Schafer, who bad resided in Farmington, Lake county, for eight or ten years and last fall stHd out and re moved to Arkansas, wrote not long ago to his olu neighbor, Chas. Koebeck to stick by South Dakota and especially not to come south. He was sick of that country, said the wheat crop was so short they would have to pull it, and gave that region a pretty hard name gen erally. He wanted some money sent him on grain left here, and it has since been learned that Mr. Sohufer has left Arkansas altogether and gone no one knows whither. Clerk Preston to-day recorded a mar riage which has just taken place in the nortneast part of the county, which has a little romance connected with it. The license for the marriage was granted last fall and whether the contracting parties considered it a valid marriage certificate or did not ct re, is not stated but it is alleged that the couple have cohabited from that time to this, and a child of the union was born a short time ago, which has brought the necessity for a marriage more prominently to their minds. Justioe Patterson of Rutland was the gentleman who officiated at the wedding. Get ready for the Fourth of July by buying fireworks at Jenks & Cross'. Wanted—A girl to do general house work. Mrs. A. G. Schmidt Small in size, but great In results DeWitt's Little Early Risers aot gently but thoroughly, curing indegestion, dys pepsia, and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. FRANK SMITH. Rooky Mountain Tea makes the old young, gives health, strength and new life. FRANK SMITH. The unanimous verdict of those who have used "Dustlees Oil" or floor dress ing, is: "We have no trouble from dust." "It is all that it is olaimed to be." "It will pay for itself every month in the year." "We do not cover our goods when we sweep." "We would not be without it." "It is unquestionably the best floor dressing we have ever used." Sold only by C. H. Wood. BlggMt Whaleback Ever Bnllt. WEST SUPERIOR, Wis., June 22.—The launching of the biggest whaleback steamer ever built will take place July 6. Prominent vessel people from all over the country will be present. This is the largest boat ever turned out of the yards here, its length being 404 feet. Its consort is also larger than any barge yet built here. The latter will be launched at a later date. 8p»ularda Like It. MADRID, June 22.—The news pub lished here that a Cuban flag was hoist ed in the St. Louis convoutiou and was greeted with cheer* has excited un favorable comment. Its an unpleasant position to occupy --Your sure to get there though if you waste money in careless buying--Its inexcusable prodigality to neglect rare opportunities-Its admitted by all that our stock of WALL PAPER presents that rare opportunity-Follow the cardinal maxim of economy and take advantage of buying Wall Paper from the largest stock-the newest stock-and the best stock-Well help make money. -RANK HERE AGAIN. Seventh Day Adveotists in Clomp at Lake Herman. During the past week a force of work ers have been very busy preparing the grove on the bank of Lake Herman for the annual camp meeting held under the auspioes of the Seventh Day Adventists. One hundred family tents are already erected and many of them are occupied though the meeting proper does not be gin until this evening. It is expected by those in charge that the attendance will be much larger than last year, and the present indications are that they will not be disappointed. As the denominational name indicates, they observe the seventh day as the Sabbath. Ia harmony with this principle of their faith the entire day last Saturday was given to devotional exercises, beginning with a praise service at TKIJOB. m., follow ed by a Sabbath school at 9:15. Preach ing services were held at 11 a. m., 3 and 8 p. m. Nearly all the clergy of the Da kota conference are already upon the ground, and plenty of help from abroad will be in attendance through the entire meeting. The services Sunday were quite well attended. Many people from the city were noticed either strolling through the pleasant grove, or enjoying one of the large, cool and comfortably seated pavilions. Dr. Paulson, one of the man agiug physiciaus of the medical and sur gical sanitarium at Battle Creek, Mich., is now on the ground. The doctor will be remembered from last year by his in teresting and practical lectures on the science of healthful living. He treats his subjects from the standpoint of the sacreduessof the body. It belongs to God, first, by right of creation, second, by right of purchase: 1 Cor 0:19,20, and 1 Cor. 3:10,17. Therefore, we, whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God: 1 Cor. 10:31. The doctor shows that disease is the result of a transgression of physical laws written in the being by their creator. Health is being in harmony with such laws. Rea son would teach that iu disease we are to fiud where we transgress those physi cal laws and remove the cause, and un less these laws have beeu too long trans gressed the individual will soon return to a condition of health. The people often neglect the simplest requirements of their being, such as plenty of pure air, cheerfulness, simple diet, sufficient exercise and plenty of sunlight. Services will be held each day at 10:45 a. m., 2:30 and 8 p. m. c. w. F. Jenks & Cross will henceforth servp Sioux Falls ioe-cream. Jenks & Cross' store is headquarters for fireworks. All the latest designs. Marvelous Kei*aitft. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun derman, of Dimoudale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in reoommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives* Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia suc ceeding La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she oould not survive thmi. A friend recom mended Dr. King's New Disoovery it was quick in its work and highly satis tory in results." Trial bottle's free at C. H. Wood's drug store. Regular sice 60c. and $1.00. mm SH1TH.J Terminal System Ordered Sold. CHICAGO, Juno 22.—In the United States circuit court here Judg« Jenkins entered a decree for the sale of the Chi cago and Northern Pacific terminal sys tem Oct. 1. An upset price of £lO,O00, 000 has been fixed by the court for the property. The reorganization commit tee of the 1 'indln l(l"is row holds ]er rent of tlx securities and it will un doubtedly be the purchaser of the road Work of lie College Lcngue, ST. Loi'is, June 22.—The national committee of the American Republican College League of the United States held a meeting to arrange for the com ing campaign. The league has a mem bership about 3o,000 college men. scattered throughout the country, and its purpose is to educate the people in republicanism. It wiy decided thut most of the work of the league durinsr the approaching campaign be limited to explaining to the people from the stump the fallacy of the free silver doctrine. Keed l-(-litit'* to DIMCUHH 4C. PER LB. foulics. NEW YORK. June 22—Speaker Reed passed through this city on his way to Monmouth. X. J., where he will spend a few days with his friend. Colonel A G. Paine. Mr Reed leclined to dis cuss politics Electric Hitter*. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more gener ally needed, when the languid, exhaust ed feeling prevails, when the liver is tor pid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medi cine will act more surely iu counteract ing and freeing the system from malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Consti pation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bit ters. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle at C. H. Wood's drug store. Persons who have a coughing spell every night, on account of a tickling sensation in the throat' may overcome it at once by a dose of One Minute Cough Cure. FRANK SMITH. Kau[r?ty-t) :uf lit or Mnrtpt'O Hundred, The JJur.i.io CUUn i fcUggt-stf. that the freshman cluss r.t uextvur bo called "the chusol' naughty-ijiivi^'ht. We sus pect that lire "nar.uhty" would hit t,.c i. y.s ju*r about righi, on ly they trmld-sfrliTt b-a-d but the substantive "naught'' would find little fuvorwith l'.icni. "We.shouldn't be sur prised," says the Rochester Post-Ex press, "if 11'*1 college autlurities simply said 'nineteen hundred, which con tains no more syllables than does 'niue ty-seven,' and is even easier to say than U 'sixty-seven.' "—New York Tribune. It would be hard to convince a man suffering from bilious colio that his ago ny is due to a microbe with an un pronounceable name. But one doet of DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure will con vince him of its power to afford instant relief. It kills pain. FRANK SMITH. YOUK BY FLOUR AND FEED, Wood. Gasoline and Kero sene of the Feed Store, WE HANDLE Madison, Howard and White ilonr. FRANK J. FOX. 2 FOR BEST 2 n o DRIED APPLES. 9 WHITE BAKING MAPLE •n SYRUP 90C. PER GALLON. J.H. WILLIAMSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections promptly attendedtc. Office in Syndicate block over 1Mb MoKinnuu'a store, Madison, S. if. KMTa tt LfS UK I 1978. F. L. SOPER mini ant ciwDsiiior, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. CD 3 constantly on hand. Call and see for your selves. M. L. CLARK. McGILLIVRAY BROS., have received an oilier invoice of Summer Wash Goods, also a full line of LADIES SHIRT WAISTS at surprisingly Low Prices. Our Boys' and Misses' Shoes are going like hot cakes because we carry what every one wants. Our choco late and tan Oxfords are the very latest styles now on the market. saiurlay straw Hals will be sou ai Hail Price. We have a few boxes of Kirk's Satinet Soap left at the extremely Low Price of 82.50 per box 10 Bars for 25 cents. Corn, 5 cts can. Tomatoes 3 cans 25 cts Oranges, 20 cts. per dozen. Our Mocha & Java blend coffee 3 lbs for $1, sold everywhere at 40 cts. per lb. We can save you money on every purchase. 3 LB. CAN O o PINE rix (A ik COFFEE OOG APPLES ONLY 10C. GO© "Seal Brand" Mocha and Java. Best coffee grown in the world. Perfection of strength and flavor. Guaranteed absolutely pure. For sale only by to O "0 •u s C0 to to VICTORIA V/fiRt. ®he new designs in patterns and pieces ol this elegant Crockery at M. L. CLARK'S is simply dazzling. He has just received an invoice of 1,000 pounds of this unique table ware. Choice sets cheap. Dishes of every kind and use in tne assort ment. His "LIBERTY" Baking Powder is also tne greatest bargain in the world. Seven elegant plates given away with each pound can for Fifty Cents. STRAW ltKKKIES ALL KINDS n o a o n FRESH FRUITS. and other fresh fruits kept Respectfully, McGILLIVRAY BROS. 0. D. H0L0RID6E & SON. Attorneys Counsellors AT LAW. Madison, South Dan OFFICE: Over Daly &, Mack ay's bank. KEEP YOUR ROCKY MOUN TAIN TEA Frank SniithDruggist.