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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, December 24, 1898, Image 5

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D. McKINNON.
STERLING
SILVER
THiriBLES
Reduced to
10c Each
Sizes 6 to 12.
20 dozen of 'em. On
ly 3 to each cus
tomer.
n*
C. H. WOOD*S
Jewelry store.
DAILY LEADER
«\ni«OT«.MOUTH
DAKOTA
fe.UTKDAY, DKCKMUKK 24. 181N.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
A'heat 51, tlax 92.
-Merry ChriatmM!"
hu I'helpa WH «n MatKOIDg paaaeo
r:!ii? morning.
('. Coflay ahipa a carload of hog* to
-si n to-night.
A DESIRABLE
CHRISTMAS
PRESENT!
One of those beautiful
SMOKING
JACKETS
which we are now
displaying could not
fall to please.
Our superb line of
xkckweab,
MUFFLERS,
FANCY SUSPENDERS
Contains malaHll
for many apretty
fHKISTMAB
4I1FT.
We are bound
Everybody oan get their Archarena
boards at Chria Sohutz'a.
Katie MoDermott returned to bfr
home at Luverne, Minn.
Patioy ohina at 25 per cent discount
after aix o'clock to-night at Tom Curey'a.
Mra. Frank E. Scott of Erwin came
south on the morning train and paaaed
oast to Colman.
Ex-County CommiBsioiior
Mr. and Mrs. Kothlieberger of Woon
aorket arrived on a visit to th» latter's
sister, Mrs. D. M. Jenk*.
A nine pound boy arrived at the fire
side of Mr. and Mr«. William Dixon of
North Madison this morning.
Albert Laisy went to Blue Earth,
Minn., to visit friends. He will visit bit
parents at VVella before his return.
1. II. Odell and son Abe were passeo
gera for Fillmore oounty, Minn., to visit
the old home during the holidays.
Lulu Smith, daughter of Johtt C.
Smith, entertained sixteen young lady
gueeta last evening, it buing the seven
teenth anniversary of ber birth.
Madison teachers returning from their
schools this morning, were: Ida Srhri
nor, Canistota Daisy lieok, Scotlaud
Daisy (lirton, Waukontla Will Hughes,
Mt Vernon.
Jamea Slack received telegram stat
ing that his father whom he visited a
week or ten days atto, died at 4 o'clock
this morning. Mr. Slack wilt lot go
there at this time.
TBK DAILY LEADKK
On account of the numerous Christ
mas trees in various churches to-night,
the medicine show at the opera house
will not raise the curtain until Do
not misa this big double program. Vft|*
uahle pri/.es given away to night.
Fred Norton, aged 14, on the west
side of town, is down with scarlet fever
and the house quarantined. The only
place he had been to catch the disease
wns in visiting a fliok family Mat lb*
round house.
John Oillis was last evening brought
Jackets
Jackets
Jackets
Jackets
DHVIH
and
little son went eaat to Welle, Minn., on a
holiday visit to relatives.
Jackets
has received an
invitation to attend the inaugural ball
and reception to be given to Gov. Lee at
the I/ocke hotel, Pierre, January 3, Mt,
for which, thanks!
ALL WOOL
Tricot Suits
$8.50.
](o6t stores have retailed them this sea
•011 at $10 to $12. Of neat apperance and
very durable. Brown or Gray color. Round
or square cut coat. All sizes. As long as
they last they are yours for EIGHT DOLLARS
AND FIFTY CENTS.
GRAY
CUD VOVSTED sons
$14.00
f^e heaviest grade of worsted the
market. They will wear like iron, but un
Hkeiron,they will never get "rusty." You
«.n have either Free* or Sack style for FOUB-Satin
WSKN DOLLARS per suit.
D. MCKINNON
marked to sell at
to close at..
marked to sell at
to close at..
marked to sell at
to close at..
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to close at..
Jackets
Fanoy china at 25 per cent disoonnt
after six o'clock to-night at TotnJCarey'e.
For rent, seven-room house*. Apply
to J. F. Daly.
Constipation prevents the
ridding itself of waste matter. DeWitt's
Little Early Riser* will remove the
trouble and cure Sick Headache. Bilious
ness, Inactive Liver and clear the Com
plexion. Small, sugar coated, don't
gripe or cause nausea.
COOK
A cough in not like a fever. It does
not have to run a certain course. Cure!
it quickly ami effectually with Ooe
Minute Cough Cure the best remedy for
all ages and for the most severe cases.
We recommend it because it's good. i
COOK A- ODKE
to cjose out our entire stock of Cloaks* Com© and see and
oe convinced before buying elsewhere.
§0.50,
... .$4.00
$7.00,
....$4.50
$8,00,
....$5.50
$9.00,
.. ..$6.50
$12.00,
....$8.00
$14,00,
.. ..$8.50
D. flcKINNON. I D. flcKINNON.
before Judge Holdridge and tined $10 or
5 days in jail for cruelty to animals.
Mr, Gillis' team has been ahamefnlly
neglected while he has spent his time
about the saloons. The horses, three in
number, in fact, have been literally
starved to death, as two of them are so
weak now that they cannot rise and will
have to be knocked in the head to re
lieve their sufferings, it is said. Mr.
CItllis is serving his five days in jail, but
str:h a punishment seems inadequate to
auch a crime, but it is all the law pro
vides.
omm.
ltoston Editor S«ntencid. i
DF.DHAM,
Mass., Dec. 24.—Torrey
Everything new and up-to-date
in these garments. All wool beav
er jackets with high storm collar
lined with silk. English covert
cloth jackets 0-button, box-frunt,
silk-faced, satin-lined Bucle jack
ets, storm-collar, dort sleeves.
30-inoli cnp^s, tihet-trinimed,
made of heavy Bucle, $2.50.
If you want a garment you cer
tainly iii not afford to buy with
out calling on us, for we have de
cidedly the lowest prices in town.
THANKS TO M'KINLEY.
City Couucil of Havana Grateful For Food
For Needy Poor.
WASHINGTON,
Dec.
24.—The
following
has been received here from Havana:
"McKinley, president of the United
States. The city council in solemn ses
sion has resolved, in the name of the
people of Habana, to return its warmest
thanks to you for the contribution sent
in aid of the needy poor.
MARQLIS ESTABAN. President.
Obftinate constipation and indigestion
quickly and permanently cured by
Rocky Mountain Tea. Great Medicine
FRANK
C.
SMITH.
Overcome evil wit good. Overcome
your coughs and colds with One Minute
Cough Cure. It is so good children cry
for ic. It en- -i croup, bronchitis, pnen
monia, grippe and all ttiroat and lung
diseMC*.
COOK
&
OD&K.
Real G«t Transfer*
fb 'ike count v for the week ending De
cember 31, 18i)8:
W. F. Orave«
unrt
E.
Wardner, editor of the Boston Traveler,
was sentenced to serve 150 days in Ded-1
ham jail for contempt of court in per-'
mining the publication in his paper of
comments and editorials on the Get-!
chell case, which in the court's opinion
Would have influenced the minds of the
jury had it reached them while the ease I
wan n«nilin«r.
wife to The Mid­
dlesex Banking Co of Con
necticut, se'4 10 $ 1
Horace and Corn-'lia Fish back to
Thorval Elvfttd, ne^ 4
108 51
E.
R. Johnson and wifc to Chas.
B. Ames, It 12, blk 4. Wmfred..
Sarah A.Schwefer to Rlizabeth A.
Millet,
DW'4
Rowe and George H. Long.
sec 13
-10G-53
December Clearing Prices
Clothing Buyers will be Interested in Us, and Our
Reliable Ready-to-Wear Clothing.
The PEOPLE of lakeiCounP MUST BE CLOTHED! OUR PRICES WILL DO IT!
Decembeer is here. We have still too many Suits and Overcoats. _j But
at these figures they can't last long.
HONEY-COMB
UMKX wirsted Sills
$10.00.
A very swell suit,
$14.00 per suit.
Uttailed everywhere
MEN'S ALL WOOL
KERSEY OVERCOAT
$11.00.
A very handsome Blue-black Kersey
Overcoat. Has velvet collar and fine Italian
linings. It is a good $15 or $16 coat any
where.
SATIN LINED
KERSEY OVERCOAT
$17.00.
jAli Imported Kersey, lined with heavy
throughout Would be good value
at $25.
Patri ?k Lynch and wife to Henry
Miller, lot 12, blk 10, Coburn &
Van Doren's Add to Madison..
Henry Miller and wife to Anna
Lynch,the above
John Hurley to Wilhelm Beyer,
BW,1^ seo 13-108-54
A Schmidt and wife to A
Wright lot 10, blk 10,Town Prop
First Add to Ma lison
Win Grant and wife to aod
Nellie McGillivray nw}| sec 19
106-53
Amelia Stout to Stout!, e% of
8w]4 sec 23-106-53
Mary E Kennedy and husband to
Iver Ausdahl, n 9G.9 feet of
e 136 of blk 26, Kennedy's
Second Ext of Madison
Iver Ausdahl and wife to
Bertie Ausdahl, the above
Terwilliger and wife to Mc
Kinnon, part of lot 12, blk 8,
Orig Plat, Madison
Johanna Felbergand husband toJ
Dunlap, nw I4, sec 3-108-52...
Rudoiph Clauder to I Smith,
se1^ sec 23-10G-51
Ramona Evangelical charoh to
200
150
4 108-53
W Kringle to Geo Baldwin, se.Vj
sec 2-108-51
Jas Fand Katie Rooney to Clark
Moo
at
GRINAGER BROS.
Mary Dftiy lot 1, blk 5, Clark
i & McKinuon's Add to Madison.
'Louise Weiss and husband to
1.000
Fannie Hard, lots 1 and 2, blk
7, Went worth
Trustees Lutheran chnroh to
I Henry Dethoar, k* blk 7,
i Went worth
4,000
W Bakery tn I) Maekay, e1^
of nvv'4 and w1^of neJ4. nee 27
107 53
i.ro»
BLACK
FRIEZE ULSTER
$9.50.
•. A eoit that is sold everywhere at$l3.50
to $15. Italian lined and with large 6torm|
collar. We have also a good Frieze Ulster
$7.50
and a good Black Ulster at $4*5
Boys' Vestee &
Two Piece Suits
54.50,
Of the latest designs. Fashionable Chev
iots and Worsteds. Ileefer and Yesiee styles.
They are good values at $0.00 per suit, but
we have too many of them and will close
them out at $4i»0 per suit.
Dilllill
ill
110
1,400
1,600
Birtlett school towuship No. 9,
lots 1 and 2, blk 14, Ramona
Northwestern Loan & banking
Co, to Roberts, lot 12, block
29, Smith Trow's Summit Add
to Madison
Northwestern Loan & Banking
Co to Bertha Johannsen, lots
3, blk 35 of Smith & Trow's
Summit Add to Madison
Annon Anderson, to Veo
ner, nw^', sec 23-105-53
Tim Lannon and wife to Philip
Michel, lot 7, blk 22, Orig Plat
Madison
Sander Anderson to Dan Forde,
sw1^. sec. 25-103-52
MaryCiarK widow to Mary FDaly,
lot 2, blk 5, Clark & McKin
non'e Add to Madison
John Fitzgerald and wife to
125
2,000
145
100
50
10
D. flcKINNON.
Mary and V Wadden to Lars
Halverson.n^ or se1^, seo 10
108-.14
James Hampeon and wife to Ed
ward Westby, w}2' of w '3 of lots
10,11 and 12, blk 8, Coburn 6c
1
1,000
65
800
403
Van Doren's Add to Madison...
Fitzgerald and wife to S
O'Gar, lot 1 and
2,
blk 1. Coburn
& Van Doren's Add to Madison
David Willard and wife to W
Dempster, lots 10 and 11, blk 2,
Willard's Add to Madison
Geo Gould and wife to David
Willard lot 10, blk 4, Coburn
1
Van Doren's Add to Madison..
A Glendenning and wife to
David Willard. lots 7 and 8. blk
3, Coburn 6c Van Doren's Add
to Madison
A A Thurber and wife to E E
65
Eaton, of se^ and e}£ of
ne14,sec 25-106-53
Maryette Hameston and husband
to John Lewis, nw^ sec 2G
105-51 1,500
150
LonI.
Many have lost confidence
and
hope
BS well as nealth, because they have
been told their kidney disease was in
curable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a guar
anteed remedy for discourged and dis
consolate.
FRANK
MEN'S
C.
SMITH.
House and three lots, location central
or sale cheap and on easy terms of
payment. CHAS.
B. KENNEDY.
For HtanmtBN.
Betj. Ingerson, of Huttcn, Ind.,
He had not spoken above a whisper for
months, and one bottle of Foley's Honey
and Tar restored his voice. It is used
very largely by speakers and singers.
FRANK SMITH.
WE SELL
The Celebrated
'ROS WELLE*
STIFF
HATS.
Every Hat
Guaranteed.
UP-TO-DATE
CAPS
of Every Variety.
GLOVBS
ME
MITTENS.
FINE
SHOES.
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