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jng not he HIE FtEKI IK tllE with kid tip. Just the thing for a nice jress shoe. The H. H. Grey & Son make, guaranteed to fit re duced from $4.50 to $3.75 THIS IS only one even at this store. Is Perfumed With WOOD'S OUQUET. Finest and Long- Lasting Per fume on th« Market. it I0Z. TRY IT. C. H. WOOD, Druggist. msm FOR K MODEL BAKKRY i»t re««ivod a new »u of canned preserved preparedin «yrupwhich a delicious sauce for ihle, including caches, Plums, Pears, Strawberries, Cherries, I K K A W i i K '»M lunch we have Heinz Baked Beans nuto sauce in 5c 10c 16c catiH. The genuine ani Norwegian 8ar in o'ivooil. These goods 111 strictly first class. THE MODEL. J. J. CRANEY. E BAKE EVERY DAY. B&i Tl«i« TaMe Milwnuk* »nl 1 at. P«ul rallwar, Miuanj, January j, I WW .V'- "I'pnrt* II .iW« r.:U0«. in "ii tlif f*n*t 4:(W»*•«» arrive... ........ 6:30a. ui 'lopMta.. ..»• /P J,i. topnrta. 1 L°CAL ni ,..|0:40a. n 4:10 l». lo:M)a. n -4. Hrrivc-•••• trait »ro ilatljr xirrpi Sunday. HoLMSd. LmaI A|«t. LEADER aily _*fD'»QM.»QUTB DAKOTA. !lSl)AY~. FEBRUARY ». 1899. the city. BREVITIES* Hax,U7. U °t°f undertakinR f-Mau.||i.torasMU IT "IW,n,)Br,, ol W( Wo. Tobiu'a K,,,«rally batter to-dv. "Hli Ungue aooi»l At Mefrit Odl °rrow BV^iog. kl -«utnrr'? RefrMi 8m0OUPl# .h* «.v wy»An rAturnfd to Mad* the latest shapes, our bargains in Shoes If you have a shoe need fill it while these prices last. Prices were never sotempt- D. flcKinnon. iiutn from visit. to Kamona friends. She is a guest of Mrs. N. D. McGillivray. Chas. Carey is laid up with »o attack of nri()|M\ Will Dixon makin# him a good sulietitute on the delivery wmjoii. 1 Vent* on timber iMilture entries in Herman township have arrived for Hiram A. Sheldon and Horace L. Shel doo of that town. Tlie (i A. I! Hall which takes plaoe at the opera house to-morrow evening, promises to le a success and will be if complete arrangements will make it so. Ilev. Mr. Hangar, announced to lec ture at the Presbyterian church to night, cannot arrive on account of delayed trains, hut will lecture in Madison at a future da*e. I The mipper for the (}. A. H. dance to morrow evening will be served on stage i in the opera lum«e anil those furnishing supplies are reqiiewted to bring them in I the afternoon. Thin in the fifteenth da? of ®®M anap and the wildest of the fifef^n -10 U»|ow th'fl morning. During theee iif teen daya the mercury liM never rwtua to zero even at nx n. Little Jnkie Koehler rejoi««e# a brood of young ohiokena this morning hich of oourae have hatched out most ly during thia oold snap. Jakie'c hen miiHt tie a close setter. The funeral of the late Mre. Mary Vanderhoof, of the north part of the county took place thin afternoon from the Preebyterian choroh, llev. J. \. ftoeewarne preaching a vary hopeful aerraon from John -"lhe Master in cone And OAlleth for thee. A fery good Attendance from the country waa present At the funeral. Patrick Sullivan, a young man of 25, of the northwest part of the county,dud laat night of pneumonia after a tire days illness. Mr. Sullivan's mother died about three mouths ago and this makes auother sudden break in family tie*. The funeral will take place from Badus ohurob Saturday at 11 a. in., Kev. Father Donovan othciating. Sioux Falls Press, 8: S. OMJ«r «f Madison and Miss Muble Peterson of Sioux Falls will be united in marriage this morning by Bishop Thomas O'Oor man At the reaidenoe of the bishop, ooruer of SprAgue street and Seventh avenue. Mr. O'Oar is au engineer of the Milwaukee road and the bride to lie is a popular teacher in the Lowell school. Aberdeen News, 6: The reports of the oasualtiee reoeived b? the News show thAt oompAny went through the first fight At MAnila in good ahape with only one u»An injured, And y y Hadison Opera House. Under New Management. Louie H. Willhite, Hanager. The Opera house will be open every Tuesday and Saturday nights. Saturday afternoons from 2:30 to 5 for Ladies only. First class order guaranteed. his injury was only a aprained knae. The injured «an is Corpral Carl li. Osgood, who oAme here from MilbAnk to enllat. Ha had been at that place soma time, where he waa employed as engineer in the mill. H» home wab in Wisconsin pnor to Iiib Doming to South Dakota. Huron dlapatch: Not for seventeen years has this city and portion of the ataU experienced so seveie an ex eiu ed oold period Aa has prevailed s.noe January 20. Sunday the temperature according to records at the government weather bureAU was :V) degrees below aero, the coldest known here sino« the establishment of the weather bureau, except on Feb. 1,1803, and February 8, ]*.«, when it wa.83 degreea below zero. For the paat .even day. the temperature ha* rAnged from 10 to 30 below touohlng the *ero mAtk even the WArmeat pArt of the dAy. There it no oomplAint from JUST A WORD. with heavy Ladies whose require con ing on the this shoe far fortable than thin Bole. farmers or settlers even in the remotest districts, of a scarcity of fuel or food, or of feed for stock. We have just a word to say to the pnblic. For the year 1899 we will have some Special .Bargains every week. What we want you to do is to read our advertisements and come in and inspect our goods. We are sure you will find something you need. THE FIRST GUN OF THE CAMPAIGN—The celebrated H. H. GREY & SON shoe in all The liquor lobbies Ate now congrega ting at Pierre to wa'ch the dispensary bills. The house committee yestenlny returned without recommendation the bi'l appropriating WS,0X) to reimburse Plankintou citizens for restoring the burned reforiu school building. The governor has approved the bill for the classification of cities and increaaing the number of justice* in counties over 000 population. The governor has ve toed the Aberdeen and Watertown normal school bills on the grounds thitl they are unnecessary and that their es tubliBhment would weaken existing in stitutions. Consideration of the veto was made a special order for Wednesda, Februury l"). The senate pasne«l 11.» b'll relating to the qaalilications of statf and county superintendents. In tin* house Packurd's bill appropriating t.^.1 for the home for the feeble tuiud«-il at UfdtieUl, passed, REDUCED FROM $4.50 to $3.75. 12 to 10. In tl.e senate Ailmurth's bill amemling the law litlt'oting cities of the second olase wnt iost, but will be reconsidered. The b*-i. ate passed these bills: Apportioning dog tax to cities and townships where:n levied requiring railroads to construct crossings at all highways providing that clerks of court shall receive higher sal* aries than auditors. The house passed the bill Appropriating &U1 to A. U. Som era for SAlary as deputy auperiutendent of publio instruction. The bill for the eetabliahment of a twine plant At the penitentiAry was killed after a long de bate. Three bills drafted by Superin tendent Sberrard of the children's home relative to adoption and custody of chil drsn w ere killed in suooession by a large adverse vote. Woody of Charles Mix and lioldridge of Lake roasted Sherrard, aooiising him of improper and mercenary motives. Wilmarth's registration biil was passed. The senate passed the fol lowing bills: llegulatiug practice of dentistry appropriating eigbt-teuthe of a mill on taxable property in the state for the support of educational institu tions regulating printing of supreme court report* puuiBhing intoxicatiou public places providing per diem and mileage for the lieutenant governor act mg ou the canvassing board appropri ating W00 deficiency for Vermillion university authorizing the attaohmei^ of territory to independent school dis tricts providing for the oolleotion of the poll tax in oitiee. The bill for the free carriage of bicycles by railroads was killed, 21 to 20. A resolution waa pre sented asking thAC Mellette Und in Au rora county be donated to the reform school and traded for adjaoent farm. Card *tThawka. We deairetoexprees our appraoiation of the kiud services rendered to us by our friends and neighbora in our deep bereavement. We wiil not forget the friends whoso kindly watobed with our dear father during his last sickness. To all who contributed to our oorafort dur ing the last sad servioes, those who brought tlowers, the M. E. ohoir who furnished such appropriate music, the members of CJen. Shields Post, O. A. It, who were so kind aud helpful, we ex press our sincere gratitude. We oannot repay tbem, but we know that He who rewards all good deeds will reward them for their kindoAM to us. John BarkoK, Cora Darkon, Aionxo Barrom, Viva Babroh. welt sole. em ploy men stant stand feet will find more com one with a Successful Men N N N. Telephone No. 31 Will place you in communi cation with the S. Y. Hyde Elevator Co., where you cau have orders for Coal promptly filled. They carry the very heat grades/of Hard and Soft Coftl, and customers are al ways pleased with weights and measures. Winter contracts solicited. Prices the very low est. Free denary tojftayjpart of the city. Jm. FINTZEL,. •*$" Local Agent DRESS GOODS. DISCRiniNATINQ WOMEN HUE FIERCH HI S|0E with vesting top f»nd kid tip H. H. Grey &• Son make a more tasty dress shoe could not be found any where and remember wo guarantee them to fit. Reduced from $4 r0 to $3.75 It is time for winter fabrics to say good-bye and make room for their spring cousins. We still have 20 dress patterns in colors which we are offering at a discount of TWENTY PER CENT. Now is the time to get a nice dress cheap. [). flcKinnOO. Any Thinking Person must admit that it is of the most vita,! importance that the ingredients enter ing into a Prescription-are just the purest--freshest-and most reliable ob tainable-We want to impress upon you the fact that if you come to us with your prescriptions or family recipes you are always safe-always sure-In buying Drugs its quality we demand and qual ity we get. FRANK SfllTH. Are the ones who sit down and consider things carefully. They put this and that together and draw conclusions. They save the nickeU and dimes, and by and by they have the dollars. ilany a man's success begins at Fitzgerald's store, where he and his wife saves good money on all sorts of purchases. Are alway pleased with the stylish display of stylish dress fabrics at FITZGERALD'S store. Tihey are the very latest designs and it is a pleasure to select from them. Also a full line of trimmings. OUR STOCK THROUGHOUT WAS NEVER SO COMPLETE AS NOW. G. R. Vedder sells at a very close margin the best grades ol Hail & Sift Coal, free from dust and slack. A great saving is made in buying clean gnides of Coal, all of which is con sumed, thereby getting all the heat there is in it and lessening the size of the ash pile. Free? delivery to any part or the city. Order your Coal at Elevator "C.u G. R. VEDDERI I Patronize The Madison Steam Laan dry, a home institution. They do better work than you can obtain from the outside laun dries, perfectly responsible, convenient for the customer, laundry]can he delivered any time desired, any complaints satisfactorily adjusted, and everything can be made more satisfactory because deal di rectly with the propaietor, and besides it is a home institution. O. T. FULLER, Proprietor.