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v ufreat SO LI \O cut in prices on the goods. £12.00 garments, cut price 8G.00. 8.00 garments, cut price 4.00. 6,85 garments, cut price 3.50. These are a line of garments we wish to close cut the price in the middle. I raiis V. »rriT«« 1:•*• sizes DAILY LEADER [7ADISON. SOUTH DAKOTA. i sl)AY. Jl'IA L(ol T«fcU. MiL.akM A »t whltb l»ct I W. L»ef So. d#p»rw 11 no a. «n. [.No.*. depMU n IV S,, 74, Jfpurto p. m. o i l-'bt Ni' V", 'fc ri4i!ii mom thi figer.No 1, 4:0 kt u .4. m. '\,i nrrivi'i S:' m. tkaikk rnoB wi«t ir'ihoTe tr»in» carry pMMtwn, bol Jon y when p»«MO*«r« ar« proTldad vltb gome n»a*a •eaatelloa for 1 poinu oouth. *«»i»ob A ••H'TOL vtmu t- r-rt!.. tit 4 1" from tin' i.uf.ii, I 'i tii Iirv.ti, ui ,• I tr.iii-. If'. .1 HOLMES. Local AK«al. n:I Do Your ES EED HELP? nsult the optician at Wood's Drug Store. examinations abso telv free of charge. Wc carry a full line of optical goods. Motor Tlm« ar«1. Leave lake. A. M. P. M. *:20 i U:3T» 1 1 v urn to close out1 a One a or gina Iprices. \::A) :k» r.n After lecture. A. &. Fvi.lkk, Manager. THE*CITY. l-OCAL BREVITIES. K».th returned to Sioux Falls. 1' returned from a vacation l-'i rosee. J' 'id boy arrived at Ray C. «neniutf. wtuitf „f depart- blur 1 hiB eveuiug. MoovhI was «n eaatguintf Austm. Midd. \N atermau, who baa been Mrn. \V. T. Steams, return HlroU. i ird went to Canton to aa- u' superintendent of the ''KU I'llilit. '•"ft who hat* been visiting L"^Hltnrnod ,('ft other friends in for Clinton. It^ and son John, de 'norning for Madimn, Wi^, ''irtoo's mother. K ".u«, „t 1.|, tUpiJ., M„. MoCormiok, of Austin, the «ue«U e| Mrs. John "n Ajrers and two children of arnvwi thiB ptH llur,. H. evening and are "f Mr. aDd Mrs. Chas. U. Ayere will arrive to- ^IrH' li. J. Munro and Mrs. departures for Canon «»oon train for an in- ,y fur the benefit of Mrs. lim of SHOES in broken GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.^^ and Muoro'e health n hioh has been seriously failing for eotue titne. Misft Emily ('lark and Mies Jennie Hutchison are very oomfortably rooming together in Chicago and taking a six weeks special course of studies at the university. Attention is called to the statement of the Madieon State bank in this iebup. The statement is a good one, showing this institution to be on a sound basis §nd stead.ly growing. The Total Abstinence Catholio union desires to return sincere thanks to the Masonic fraternity for the use of th^ir temple July *J, and for the oourteoua treatment asoorded them. Thus. Williams and wife of Howard arrived on a visit to their daughter, Mrn. i'has. .Ioucp They were accompanied by Mr. anil Mtk Peters, of Alexandria. The two gentlemen an old army comrades have been attending the (». A. K. reunion at Howard the pawt three days. »ioux City Journal, Prof H. K. Krat/. left last evening for Washington, D. C., where he will attend the national meeting of the National Education asso ciation. He will take part iu the pro grain Mrs Krat/ will accompany him on the trip. Prof. Krat/ ban just re turned fr«ii!i Madison, S. !., where he attended the I^ake Madison Chautauqua. He atteuded the educational meeting at Omaha alfo, being on the programme at both placee. Florence, the eight year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat. Tierney. met with the serious misfortune last evening of being thrown from her cart and having the thigh-bone of her right leg broken. It was two months ago that Miss Flor ence had the bone of her left leg broken while innocently playing with the other children, and had unt fairly recovered from the atTecte of that accident when the present overtook her. She will have the sympathy of many friends, old and young iu her ailliction. A very unsavory case, bringing shame to two respectable families was beguu in u«tioe Holdridge s court this morning by the arrest of H. O. Hangs of this city on the charge of seduction preferred against him by Helen Dixon, a girl of is years, who lives with her uncle, Jos. Dixon, in Lelloy township, loth her par ents being dead. The girl, in her com plaint, alleges seduction December IT, iy.»7, or thereabout, uuder promise of marriage and that de fendant afterwards violated his promise, hence the crimtual prote ction. H. O. Bangs until reoently has teen eugaged in the milk business in this city snd now runs the oil wagon. He was a widower for some time and Miss Dixon was keeping house for him and his children at the time the deed was accomplished ami until Uaugs married Mrs. (.'has. Hlackstoue of this city last Jaunary. States Attorney Farmer ap pears for the prosecution and C. J. Por ter for the defense The preliminary hearing was adjourned until a. iu. to morrow and bail for defendant tixed at LOST—On road from Uhautauqua ground to oitjr, a lady's mackintosh. Bkimha FAW EKS. The Chief Hurgess of Milesburg, Pa. •aye DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the beet pills he ever u«ed in his family, during forty years of house keeping. They cure constipation,sick headache and stomach and liver troubles. Small in size but great in results. reM 1 HOI UE 0. Cook& Odkk. for sale, rooms, two lots, near business portion. Cheap for cash or on easy terms of payment. Chas. B. Kknhedv. Win your battles against disease by acting promptly. One Minute Cough Cure produoes immediate results. hen taken early it prevents consumption. And in later stages it furnishes prompt fifiTParasols & Umbrellas. apartment is especially complete. A fine I line of WILSON BROS. SHIRTS for Men and lioys- Stylish ties ill all shapes summer Under- wear, socks, shoes, gloves, hats the latest shapes. AT THE LAKE. Dr. Eaton and Philip Matzioger—Fun and Ohalk Talk—Other Features of the Aaaembly, Hotel and Lake. boating at the lake is a favorite pas time, but more especially with the city Sunday visitors. Bathing has not yet come into general favor. Capt Smith will erect a tent soon over on the beach at Sioux Falls point where bathers will tind a clear and pebbly bottom to the lake and ample sea-room for manuever mg all si/en human craft. The 1 the irand View patronage reached full capacity of the hotel Tuesday night aud promises to remain so during the remainder of the assembly under Landlord H. B. Williamson's manage ment. Mrs. Williamson makes au ideal landlady aud W. F. Full an accommodat ing and accurate clerk which is a great boon to any hotel. The kitchen and table service appears to be under excellent management as the cuisine is first cluss and orders promptly tilled. The afternoon program at the assem bly jeste day had a sprinkling of new talent in it which added to its novelty and interest. The Ottumwa Quartette is always welcome and sustained its credit on this occasion in mauy numbers. Mrs. Clara B. Davidson, instructor iu Physical culture recited "Gabriel Grub,' by Dickens, Homer tirunn, of Pipestone played a piano solo aud showed himself a young artist of great promise iu this line. Miss Gertrude Kellogg, a former pupil of Mrs. Davidson, of Sioux City, recited "Lily Servasse's ride," from the "Fool's Errand of Tourgee,"in very good spirit aud Mr. Wylie of the quartette followed in a vocal solo of much depth and power. "The Lotus Haters'* by Tennyson, was rendered in pantomime by the Missee Hrichsrude, Jurdan and Kellogg, and was as beautiful and more lifelike thau statuary. At 4:30 p. 111. Dr. E. L. Eaton of Des Moines, Iowa, arrived and delivered his lecture, "Ideal People," to a large audi euce. The doctor is a most happy eu tertaiuer, rich 111 illustration, iucideut and witticism. He keeps his audience in continual good humor. Leading thoughts of his lecture were that ideal people should have large and symmet rical for01s, be eound of mind and intel lect. have a sweet spirit, be well educat ed. He didu't like the idea of girls be coming type-writers aud such like, tilling the occupation of men. It caused young women to live on too high a key, young men were afraid U marry them because they could uot keep them and they could not help keep house, heuce he thought the present tendencies in young women were, next to the saloon, doing more to break nvu the home and home hfe than auy other cause. In the evening the special program of music aud recitation was carried out much similar to that of the afteruoou aud was followed by Phiip F. Matzin ger's chalk talk on "Holland." His sketches of life and scenes in Holland were well drawn in chalk though not eo readily in speech, and Mr. Matzinger does not come up to the ready off hand style of stroke and joke to which Frank Beard accustomed us, Mr. Matzinger is an artist iu his line of and worth see ing at his art. ThiB evening, Hoyt L. Conary'b lecture "Around the Steve" will be a rich treat. No one should miss it. Conary has the reputation of being one of the raciest platform lecturers in the Amerioan field. The Ottumwa Quartette will also appear* The following is the program for to morrow. Ninth Dftf—Friday, July 8. S: k a. M.- Devotional hour. i:00 a. m. CookA0i.«. Bicycle Shoes in fact everything usually kept in a to l'J-.UO m.-Summer classes, aud department work. 10:00 a. m.—Athletic grounds. flcKinnon's Syndicate Block Store, "f 'The place where you can find everything you want at the RIGHT PRICE.-— and Cuffs, Hosiery in stripes and Plaids. This has been a great Carpet Season with us. We are receiving new patterns almost evtry week., We have a large assortment of Wilton Velvets, Body Brussels and Moqiiet samples to select from Mattings in new patterns, beautiful colorings and lowest prices lace curtains, fish net draperies, figur-j 2:00 i. m.—Institute School sports on ball '6s which arebeine sold at wholesale price. Remember the place is at J. J. Ladies* Skirts & Capes. Qolf Hose, Belts, Collars ed draperies, tapestry anddenemns, in fact everything to make your home fresh and attractive after! cloths, Percales, Gingham, Dotted|Swiss and Mulls spring cleaning. with lx^autiful Lace and ribbons forjt rimming. We have just added & :ROCKERY DEPARTHENT to our store. When in need of dishes call and look ours over. of Christian Phil- 2:30 p, m. Popular entertainment and Lecture, "How to Acquire Strength," by Ferrer Martyn,of New York. 'J:00 p. oi. Concert, Popular Lecture, Hoyt L. Con way. 6:4.rj. Band Conoert. 8.00. Ot. tumwa Male Quartette. **.30. Oration, "The Decline of Citizenship," Ethan T. Colton. H:4r». Ottumwa Male (Quartette Soloists. NORMALTNSTITUTE For Lake Couuty in Session at the High School Building—Attendance Good. The Lake county Normal institute in charge of Supt. Daugherty at the High school buildup now numbers 70 teach ers aud more being added every day. The corps of instructors and the sub jects they teach are as follows: Prof. E. M. Green—Arithmetic A. uod B., American Literature, civics A and B., Book keeping and reading. Prof. H. K. Warren—History C. and D., Psychology, orthography, didactics. Miss Harriet S. Grant—Physiology C. and D., primary work, Drawing A. and B. Miss Margaret E. Smith—Music A., C. and D. classes, geography A B. and C. The enrollment to date is as follows: CI.ASS A. Adelaide Herrick Susie La Brec I' Perry Theordora Does her Mamie Lewis Tillhe Reynolds. i.v Ella Moeier Wm O'Connell E Togle Christine Seten Cora A Matheney Maggie Donahue W \Y To lies Bowell StautTacher Ida A Downs Dore Burkler Annie Collins Mary Lawless Pearl Persons Isabel Wilson Maggie Lyons Carrie A Biederstaedt. r. (.KADK. Bertha Chamberiut Nellie Mitchell Alice Mitchell Ine7 Gregor Beesie liichardson Addie Hull James Cole Carl Nuunemaker. i. «.KADK Anna Sohnell Christine Burkler Inez Huntamer Blanch Gregor Elsie Gill Bertha Herrick Bermce Law ton Milo Thurlow Gertrude Cowan Steele Uetts. I Mosier Ida Doescher Hat tie E Welmarth Belle N Gregor Lenu Bush Agnes Green Addie tiroes Eithea Perry iertrude Wing Maun Courser Clara Lawless Clara Wheeler Frances Lawless Anua Hie Mat tie Schroder Christine Toygstad Lucy Thurlow Mary KeegMB Maud Fadef Lucy Cowan Josephine Burkler Laura Knapp LiE/ie Biederstaedt Alice Laughliu Elsie Gill Frances McGrew Claude Thurlow Maud Deuel Mabel W Makes assimilation perfect, healthy blood, tirin muscle, strong nerves. Quickens the Lraiu, makes aud keeps you well. Great medicine. I lock y Mountain Tea. CixiK ODKK. liftdary %r Bladder Troablea. n Any of the above 00mplaints or too eoanty uriue are surely and speedily cured by "Pr. Fenner's Kidney and Baokaohe Cure." Bed wetting by chil dren is generally cured by one bottle of this powerful remedy. Testimonial will be furnished on application to the dealer whoee name is given below. If not satisfied after using one bottle, your money will be refunded by Frank Smith of Madison. IT People are being tortured almost Co death by wearing Uncomfortable Shoes in hot weather Life is too short to be thus living in misery We have all kinds oflShoes for Comfort and Ease as well as for Style and Durability. We have a large lineot Ladies'and'.Gents" FIRST CLASS SHOE STORE. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, in Dimity, Percale and Print at prices ranging from 25 cents to £1.50. Ladies' scarf ties in stripe?, taffeties and satin Ladies' string and bow ties. ARE SHONVING an II The "Quick Heal. w Fhank C. Smith. Thousands of persons have been cured of piles by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and curee eoe zema and all skin diseasee. it gives im mediate relief. immense line of Organdies. Dimities, Madra» The last call for Potatoes. Will pay 25c to 35c per bu. $ jWe need a few more ami try a glass of Safest, cheapest, 1 and best gasoline stove on the market at HY NOT PATRONIZE FULLER I TMWIPSN OF THF MADISON, Steam Launflry? I They do exoellent work. Do not send your work away from home when you can net better eervioe jg at home. Fuller & Thompson. 1 i i i i i v i i -i -i w- y i i w Oew nt. j, i.uiu to'fill the last car. A A A w r* Vou are worn am! tire#, go to THE CORNER DRUG STORE Ice Cream Soda. Nothing]Like It. THOS. CAREY, THE GROCER Is most delicious and refreshing and| will help your over the warm days. SCHUTZ & CROW, CORNER DRUG STORE. y w w Is pleased announce u. s !, ing his new Sjirintr Stock «f STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, fresh, new an nice. His stock comprises everything in th- line. He makes a specialty of the Grocery busi ness and is to thoroughly please bis cus tomers, both in quality and price. THOS. CAREY. MCDONALD BRQS. "w r-'Cciv. One Minute Cough Cure, cures. That it what it »•.« mJr lor. coruer v \i^erki The l«muu» little »li. ot 1 piafflson House Egan Avenn®3 and Center Street. GEO. FRANCIS, Prop. A comforts blc home for the traveling] public.. i Oxfords, LWe still have a|fewipairs|ot sample Ten- DAHL &. CO.