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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, February 17, 1898, Image 3

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PAIRS men's & boys' shoes regular
$1.50. To close they are going at
PAIRS men's & boys' shoes regular
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few pair regular pric« $1.85 at
0 PAIRS regular price $2.00 at
DAILY LEADER
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LOCAL AK«BI.
IE CITY
I i.( HKtCVIKM
I' ill arrived frttu the east.
i veil returned to Sioux
V u and children In
i a |NUwen(t«r to-daf for
M. Miom tetnrMd (row Old
ie tuornnnj train.
-t. Lee departed for Uraoeville,
/in her husband.
-liph, nmtlier of Mm. GkKttk If.
turned to WatertoWO.
Iiihliel) lias returned |e U»e
tera wrestle with thenieaeles.
on the rise. No. :i, to-ilay
nts and No. 71'. Kla®
'iin Norton of Welmter was a
lit! pa»Hcii^er to-day for Sioux
irrived at th« botn« of Mr.
Aug ttaonemwi, oortli of
M«ht.
fix
yearn old daughter is
lil with pneumonia at the
Mother faujily.
i «»f ik P«rtOt came
a ni«itio) in
Jt'tH'b. aai returned
untermme of Marinette,
iiiifd the call of the Presby.
uroh of this city much to the
its entire membership.
Hid with his three sons atfed,'
••fly. 10,12 and 14 years, passed
Huron afoot the other day,
0 take up a farm near Faulk
'istance of 'J/KHi uiiles. The
"d sonirt other children with
the family ports««ss»vl were
'"'ligHii until a houitt is huilt on
furin.
I'ress. l,"c Hnnnn H. Anthony
1
yesterday iu the National suf
ivention that "the grievances
He against the common enemy
to-day
are as many as the ool
againet King tioorge. This
a remedy which we believe
'"""t the situation on all sides.
^'oinen who regard themselves
^'tfrieved join in withdrawing
,i"'
vicinity of the tyrant and
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"eat, compact little nation of
That's what the oolonista
Hee now how suoceseful they
'in.
iit i:
"versity Center held A prolita
"tinK last evening, the topios un
iiHHuju being the causes of the
Ki
Hteiii, good and evil of the oru
"^'Kin and signitioanoe of different
""bility, sources of politioal
•mil the Hanseatio leagu^, its
'lll(| Mvlunt
Hi
rt
V
Kill«
iJoolittle, O. W. Daugh-
"I't. McClenon, Misa Mary W?ad
M. Farley, and Kev.J.C.
(.ji./
^le
n®*t
meeting will be held
°P which a full program has
Signed, from the last half of
Pro^reaa.
haa nearly
wrangearata tag his
.75
.88
•93
1.00
summer's county inotitut«. It will be
gin July r», ami continue three weeks.
The instructors are Prof. K.
M. ireene of I«-ll Kapids, Miss Hattie
runt (if Huron and Miss Smith of
Sioux Kails. The conductor of the in
stitute will be Prof. MeClenon of this
oily or President Warren of Yanktott
college. The length of the institute,
three weeks, HIUI the well known ability
and success the work of the instruct
ors engaged f»r thin institute besjeak
for it the best ami most successful out
come of any innt it ute over held in Lake
county. Supt. Ihiugherty is deserving
of much credit in thus planning for
vs. Kvanc, in which the jury this
morning brought in a verdict for in
favor of plaintiff. The jury in the Mar-
Injur to miiioni was tne«l and
the jury is still out. Wrn. Keeeao
who tut to have received sen
tence to-da}, appeared in o«urt ami ask
leave to withdraw plea which being
granted, he le«»d "not guilty." After
diuneru jury was impitnncleil in the case
of Rosing Tuor vs. Badus township, in
which the plaintitT seeks to estop the
township from opening up a road lately
laid out by the towh board.
Court
structed verdict for plaiutiff.
about town. Tis not so. The offerings of this sale embrace shoes made by America's best manufacturers.
I*uke county teachers the bent there is disaster. A board of inquiry has been
to be had. appointed by Admiral Si card of the At-
Circuit court was occupied yesterday lantic squadron. Government officials
afternoon wfth the cane of C. It. Weiss ti,e explosion was internal.
in­
Tinted anil white ty|M»-wr»ter j»aper
for sale at Tin. I'MI.V LI AUKI: office.
What pleasure is there in life with a
hendaclie. constipation atid bilionsTiefvy
Thousands *'Xp«T encre them who could
Ijecome perfectly healthy by lit mg l'e
Witt's Little K-irly Bisers, the famous
little pille.
KKANK SMITH.
When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret
oandy catharlic. cure guaranteed, loo. -*c
Children and adults tortured by burns,
scwhis, injuries, eczemw or skin diseases
may secure instant relief by using l*e
Witt's Witch Hazel Sa've. It is the
areit Pile retiM'dy.
FRANK SMITH.
iftia ft lli'itfrng.
\V AsltlXitioV, l*eb. 17.— lhe
Si'Iiate
committee on iijual sullrage granted a
heuring in the senate marble room to a
large deleg.u.ou of ladies from the Na
tioiial Woman Suffiage association,
I10W 111 convention in tins city, Sena
tors P.i rry, Wet more, Teiler, Caiuion
and JlcU'iurin being present, 'iiie ad-
"iked from Petersburg. Va.,on I drosses w re all pleas direct or indirect
for the I'rauuutf
oi
lhe franchise to
women.
Pw4i VnlN for
SKATTI.K. F»*b. '7. The pack train of
the Alaskan reh«t xpcditioii has sailed
on the steamship Lucile for lyca,
tvhere it will join the main body ot the
expedition which left Portland the
first of this mouth. The pack train
consisted of 110 mules and -JJ packers
under command of Lieutewoits Pres.
UU uud Kva»- ________
Free IMllw.
Si*nd your address to H. K. Bucklen.A
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of lr. King's New Ijife Pills. A trial will
convince you of their merits, lhes
pills are easy in action and are par
tionlarly effective in the cure of Con
stipation and Sick Headache, roi
Malaria and Liver troubles they hav
been proved invaluable. lh«y a«
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
every
^ttant. Papers were read
deleterious aulistaiiee and to oe
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tone to
sfomach aud In.wels greatly invigorate
the system. Regular size !!.» cents per
bo*. Sold by C. H. Wood, druggist.
Wanted.--Traveling salesman to sell
most complete line of lubricating oils,
greases specialt ies, etc., on the marke ..
Liberal terms to
proper
party. Address,
the Atlantio Uetlniug Co., Clevelaud,
Ohio.
A thrill of terror is experienced wheh
a brassy cough of croup sounds througn
the house at night. But the terror soon
changes to relief after One Minute
Cough Cure has been administered
Safe and harmless for children.
FRANK SMITH
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That Is wfcat was «a«s
D. ricKINNON'S SHOE DEPARTMENT.
Qreat After Inventory Clearance Sale! A Farewell Sale of all "SLOW SELLERS!"
THE MAINE.
Cause of the Disaster Still Un­
known—Board of Inquiry
Appointed.
hjnTial iif|:it to tie- Ifaily Leafier.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.—No authent
prices knocked to nothingness. Shoes of highest standard for Men and Women. Every price a revelation in economy. Huge lots of dependable, reason
blc 5hoes at fractions of regular prices. To make a new record for Shoe Sales in the history of our store preparations have been under way for several
5, and now we are ready. Don't let the following prices mislead you in thinking they are low grade shoes, such as are masquerading as "great bar-
206 pairs Ladies Kid Shoes, some button, some
lace, some cloth tops, some kid tops, some hand
news hau been received from Havani.a
to-day regarding the cause of the Maine
notwithntaudinf sensational bullftius.
Klrtnrf or
tin Olson vs. Ira M. Anedal case brought All ,,f the aboxe complaints or t»«,1
in a verdict in favor of defendant, 'i'he scanty urine are surely ar t! speedily
case of Henry Mat/, by guardian against *iired" l»y "Dr. enners Kidney ai
.. Backache Cure." lied wetting bv clni- i
the Mil'Aaukee railwav company was, ..
i dren is generally cured by ne bottle of
«lismisHed I»y plaintiti aiui, not by the pownrful remedy. Testimoniais
court, i.t piaintitT's cost. C. H. Smith will furnished oti application to the
vs. N. t'. Bullock continueil on motion of dealer whose name is given lielnw. If
.* I not satisfied after using one bottle, your
defendant I i:t forenmin the case of v.
,, I nionev wilt be refunded by rr«M cHMtii
the State aginst Jerry lluriey for selling
nf 1 w*tl
niadder Trouble*
OFFICIALS EXONERATED).
Minnesota I'rlantt lnrr«tl«atlon Couiini»
Ion Kile* It" Keport.
8T. PAVL, Feb. 17 —The commissi :i
appointed some muth go to nivesti
gate the charges that some of the n-
victs of the state j.risoii at tvili\v:.r
had been subjected cruelty by i
uty Warden Lemon has ft.ed its report
with llovernor C. usjh. The substaucc
of the report is as follows:
"We lind that none of the char(_'pi
against any of the officers of (he pris n I
of cruelty to convicts, or of any other
character, have In n sustained, and w-
exonerate thi'iu all 1 any suspicion
of niiprojtor treatment of the convicts
under their charge and we liud that
the prisou is in excellent condition,
both as a place lor the confinement of
criminals and a? to its general conduct
and management, and so thoroughly
were we convincea on all those jnants
that we congratulate the state upon its
possessing feuch aa unexceptional penal
institution as the state prisou at Still
water."
i
Murkllit N Arttien Muive.
The Best Salve in the world for Cute,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Khei..n. Ke
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skm Kruptions,
and positively cures Pile*, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed te give perfect
satisfaction or inouey refunded. Price
2a eents per hot. For sale by C.
WimhI.
Whooping cough is the most distress
ing malady but. its diuation nan le cut
short by the use of One Minute Cough
Cure, which is also the best known
remedy lor «rup anil all lung troubles.
i
JM|I| *Mr iDtupeg.
Wixxii'ETI, Man., Feb. 17.—A find of
rich gold Inuring quart/ is report)
from Black Inland lake, WinuijK.g.
This is near llale river, where gold
quart/, lias been found and more or less
developed. The vein is said to be over
12 feel wide and i»aus gold freelv.
a swat FTSSSB CNIAM KWDIN
mm
POWDER
Awarded
HlchMt Honors, World's Pair
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FIJANK SMITH.
Dpnt Totiacco fpit alia 8moke Yonr Lifo Away.
If you want to quit tohacco usintr easily
and forever, hcinauc well.stroug. magnet ic,
full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bac,
tlic wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 4d
1,000eureil. Buy No-To-Bac of your
druggist, under guarantee Ui cure, 50c or
1 (10. Booklet and wunple mailml free. Ad.
Sterling BesaodyCo.,Chtc»«oorNew York.
i
20
1
$2.50 to close at
turned soles, some welts. They are regular $2.50, 15 PAIRS men's shoes regular price $3.00
$3.00 & $3.50 values. To mak^ a riddance they closing out at 1.50
must go at ONE HALF THEIR REGULAR A FEW PAIRS shoes $1. $1.25, 1.40 to close out
VALUES. they are going at ONE HALF REGULAR PRICE.
S y .s^r"
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PAIR5 men's & boys' shoes regular
FREE! FREE!
FREE!
ONE SET SOLID
SILVER SPOONS,
WORTH $5.50,
to each subscriber of The Daily Leader.
0
This is the most valuable premium
offer ever made by a newspaper in the
northwest. The spoons are on exhibi.|j
tion in Frank Smith's show window^
where they can be examined by any
body.
The premium is appreciated and many
of our subscribers have paid a year-in
advance and received the set at once.
THE DAILY LEADER gives all the
3 news, local and general, and is worthS
e subscription, making the solid silver
spoons absolutely free.
Our subscription list has been largely E
|increased during the past 30 days, the£!
very best evidence that the premium is
regarded with favor by the ladies.
The first distribution of the solid sil
ver spoons will be made March 1, and
according to our plan one solid silver
spoon at the end of each sixty days
thereafter.
I Do not delay in having your name
placed on our subscription list. The
opportunity to get a set of solid silver
spoons free may not come to you
iin a lifetime.
$1.25
y%X '^X
again

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