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VPCHAULE ALUK8
!vni»3® «u®r(1
of the
It' .n HtinK lot of dainty oolora
(illliili'H.
tton
Dress
Goods.
filing »n here day by day
,.ew cotton beanties. No
,ltt|^rinK of uainty cotton
'tll,f.s ever reached this or
0
JIKLIA is not a medicine.---Hut
st strengthening food for infuuts
ever dis.?overed. It re
rooking- simply dissolve in
id
water. Can be done in a few
Makes puny babiee pink and
Put* «e» in their little cheeks.
RICE 50C & Si.00.
C. H. WOOD,
J. J. CRANEY.
BAKE EVERY DAY.
:i'1 ii!!!«TOisniii
^••AI TIM*
MiUvauki* and Ml. Paul railway,
Mmiday, J• unary |, i«w.
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McKINNOK
BPriDK
If yon
tlit*r 6toret in town.
11
the lateet ooma now—
i8 Hi ways the best,
-ifiK'
po=Melia...
Druggist.
j*.
1ST RECEIVED
imers
S o k o
WORLD
FAMOUS
CANDIES.
Tht'M* candies are strictly
cl»K.s in every respect,
all hand made, and oon
"in^' all llavore the most
thbonif brand of which is
BBS.
in
^••liave them put up
from 5c to $1.20.
1
oinc in and inspect
our
THE MODEL.
It :00 a in
&:<*» a. I"
p. nt
4:00 p.
p.
5:30 a. iu
4:1ft p.
.10:40 a. in
4:10 j.
I trains
•ar«ilatli
". except Sunday
.10:10
a.
J- HoLMItf."
LeeaiAeset.
DAILY LEADER
JLAD'*uW.»OW DAKOTA.
MARCH 18, 1800.
THE CITY.
LOCAL BREVITIES*
'J»r
land.
with A
I'eople
g0 buy
k'i! 5°"
aDd
,j,
UUl* BO°
Mi«n.,
**nt
to viait brothara.
tit h',.C'0tt
ha*
opened a farm impli-
piiU». Hn*'
ol^oa
oa lower Egan
w^MZ8*raW
Rnc'
wife returned
s, to frienda in the Twin
the
child of Mr.
u**bo
livf QB
.- SPRING.
are hard at,work marking New Goods. This is a good time to
them. They are piled on all the counters ready for inspection.
[come in and get the first look...
WA5R ."*0()ii'^
Will Brown closed his engagement
with Oinder Bros.
10-day
and returned
to Bryant where he will establish a meat
market of hm own.
The ladies of the Presbyterian churoh,
Division No. 'J, are requtBted to meet at
the home of Mrs. 1). II. JenKs, Monday,
March "Jt'. at .'5 p. in.
Conductor Callinan who is stllioted
with heart trouble is in a eomewhat sen
out) ror.ditiou ami his son Frank o( Min
neapolis has been sent f»T.
Yankton Press, 1«: W. H. H. Beadle
at
ill Duncan F. Mackay, of Madison,
reached Vankton lant ni^ht to remain un
til to-morrow. They lire at the Pierce.
ShentT Mctiillivray went to t^gan on
the ri(Ku train with Chris. P. Johneon,
ati insane ti.an from north of Weutworth.
They were met at K^an l»y an atteudant
from the Vankton asylum.
Flaiulrau llerald, IT: Pat llyan, of
Madison,
was a Handrail visitor Tues
day. While here he disposed of his farm
in (irovena township, to O. Smith. We
are pleased to mention that Mr. Smith
is now located permanently.
SIOUK Fulls Press, IT: H. P. Smith
of Madison is in town talking over Sioux
Falls granite with local quarry men
Mr. Smith is in favor of having the new
dormitory at the State Normal con
structed of granite. The new building
is to be a good one. Appropriation for
its construction waa made by the recent
legislature.
Iroquois Chief: Monday's oablegram
from General Otis at Manila mentions
among the recent deaths the name of
Joseph Marx, Company C, Firet Mon
tana. Joeeph Marx ia a son of N. Marx,
wlio lives north of Iroquois. He waa in
Montana at the lime volunteers were
called for and joined the Montana regi
ment. He died of variola.
Friends of Father Donovan of Bad us
in this oity were quite alarmed this
morning to hear that the reverend gentle
man bad expereinoed an apoplectic
stroke about 10^10 last uigbt. He had
risen from his study table to go to his
library when the heart failure over
oaine him and ha dropped to the floor.
It waa two hours before returning oou
aoicuaneaa asserted itself but we learn
from Father FJjrnn who visited him this
forenoon that ba ia recovering nicely.
Clear Lake Courier, 16: When Mr.
and Mra. H. L. Louoka and daughter
were pari way borne from town last
Saturday evening the buggy pole oame
down and the team became frightened
and ran away. Bafore doing eo, they
broke tbe harneea and upaat tbe buggy
throwing ita oooupanta out on the prairie.
Mr. Louoka waa on the underaide in the
oarriage top, and waa badly bruiaad but
bad no bonaa broken. While Mr.
Louoka waa quite badly bruiaad, Mrs.
Louoka and daughter aaoaped unhurt,
aa they did in a aimilar runaway aome
jreara ago. ...,
Health OIHet* Woolef ta iotereatlng
himself just now in a Smith family in
the aoutbeaat part of tbe oity which ta
in vary indigent oiroumatanoea. The
old gentleman waa onoe an inmate of
thtf poor bouee but would not stay there
Chairman Bingham of the ooiumission
era haa tried to get him to go baok but
he won't. He prefera to live here with
hia wife and eon, in dirt and equalor.
The nelghbora in tbat part of the city
have
aad Mrs
iTMUe
loog contributed to their aupport
but are getting tired of it and the family
ji |D very bad condition from a aanitary
standpoint. Thay oanaot ba iwaoned
Sounds the
First Note of
Silks for Spring.
This Silk section is ready as
never before with every desirable
new weave and coloring for Spring
Wear. Early you say Yes, it's
a way we have! of being first in
everything. Come prepared to
see the choicest collection of cor
rect silks ever displayed in the city.
D. M'KINNON.
and two children
Miss Josie Dow of Sioux Knlls who
has been visiting Miss Kittie Casey fur
two weeks returned home.
Kvergreen lodge will hold a special
session this evening. Work in MM de
gree. Refreshments nerved.
The machinery of the broom factory is
being moved from this city to Lake
Pt-eHtou by its recent purchasers.
fjocal market, wheat .72 cents, flai
ll.UU. Minneapolis May wheat opened
at Go1,, cloning at July 67.
(»e. Wall is preparing to move his
family to Jackson, Minn., but will make
headqu.»rt*rH here for a tune himself.
Arrivals from the north: Dr. W. K.' with appearing to be too stupid to com
Daniels, Roy Kennedy, Supt. Orayum prehend anything and Mr. Wooley
thinks forcible meaLa will be neceaeary
to get them taken care of.
Wanted, ealostnen for cigars Wl^ary
from $75 to $150 per month and expenses*
Kxperienoe unnecessary. North Star
Cigar Co., Detroit, Minn.
Terrible Loss of Life in the Burn-
IBR of the Windsor Hotel,
New York.
Eleven Persons Dead, Forty-Five
Missing, and Forty-Two
Injured.
special di*|»alch to The Daily Leader.
ST. PAI'U Maroh IS, 10:30 A. M.—The
following advicee have been reoeived by
the American Press Association:
New York -As a result of the Wind
sor hotel tire, eleven persons are dead,
forty five missing and forty-two injured.
Among the dead are Mrs. Warren Le
land and daughter, the former wife of
the hotel proprietor.
If strong theframe of the mother, the
son will K
v*
laws to the land. All
mothers should take Kocky Mountain
Tea. Givea life and strength.
FRANK SMITH.
WK C'HI HI'HKN.
Order af KterrlMn la the Dlffrrfst
llouMen or Wtrahip la the City i
To-Morrow.
•RACE CHI RCH.
Sarvioe aa usual to-morrow morning.
Fourth Sunday in Lent. Holy Commun
ion at 0:45 a. m. Morning Prayer, Lit
any and sermon at 10:30 a. m» Monday
acbool at 12 m.
BA1*TI9T CHURCH.
Morning sermon at 10:30, subject, Haa
Cbriat Failed? Sunday eobool at 11:45.
Junior Union at 3:30 p. m. At 6:30 the
B. V. P. U., led by Miaa Anna Lindner,
will give a temperance program in the
churoh auditorium. Evening aermon at
7:30, subject, Jeaua Our Mediator, All
are cordially invited to all these services.
U THKRAN II11U II
Services in the Norwegian Lutheran
ohurch. if God is willing, tbe fourth
Sunday in Lent, 10:30 a. m. Theme,
Christ in Ciethsemane. Evening ser
vice at 7:iK). Theme, Cbriat Before
Caiphas.
M. K. CI1CROH.
Claaa meeting, 10 a. m. preaching, aub
jeot, The Imperfection of Our Knowl
edge, 10::10 Suuday school, 12 Junior
League, 3:30 p. m. Kpworth League,
*1:30 preaching, aubject, The Great Re
fusal, 7:30 p. ui. Btrangera will be wel
comed.
All ate
vices.
invited to theaa ear-
riiEHBTTKKl AN CHUBCH.
Preaohing at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
by the paator. Sunday aohool at noon.
Young peoplea* meeting at G:30.
rtmVwMe.
For the very beet bargaica in farm
landa, or any other kind of property,
oall at tba Land Offioe of
J. A. SOIMEBJU.
City reaidanoa lota for aala, 115 to $000.
BLMKU SHERIDAN.
His Condition Improving.
WASHINGTON. March 18.—A cable
gram received by Geueral Miles from
Martinique announces that the condi
tion of ex-Secretary of State Sheriuau is
better.
Ae the aaason of tha yaar when pneu
monia, la grippe, sore throat, ooughs,
colds, oatarrb, bronohitia and lung
troublee are to be guarded against, noth
ing "ie a tine substitute," will "answer
the purpoae," or ia "juat aa good" aa One
Minute Cough Cure. Tbat ia the one
rnfallible remedy for all lung, throat or
ononohial tronblaa, inaiat vigorously up
ed having it if "something else** ia offer
you.
CQQK & ODBB.
E
THE
HEW-
SEWING
MACHINE.
$15 UP.
TALK IS CHEAP.
It is facts that count and
it is a fact that you can
INSPECT CANAL HOLIES.
About Sixty Senator* and Rrpreaentatlvoa
Will Mako the Trip.
WASHINGTON. March 17.—About 60
senators and representatives have ac
cented invitations for a trip that ha?
been planned to insjiect the routes of
the proposed Nicaragua and Panama
canals, coming home by way of San
tiago and other points of interest in the
West Indies. They will go as the
guests of the Panama Canal company in
accordance with an invitation extended
on the last day of congress to Repre
sentative Burton's committee on rivers
and harbors and Senator Frve's com
mittee on commerce. The invitation
has since been extended so as to include
a number of the members of both houses
outaide of these two committees.
A (reed on Another Point.
PlTrsBi RG. March 17.—The coal oper
ators and miners have come together on
another point in the wage scale confer
ence and settled the machine rate.
Both sides made concessions, but the
miners claim they have secured aa ad
vance equal to about 8 per cent.
Save Money
by calling on D. McKinnon
and getting prices on the
New Home sewing machine.
Mastering Out Voluntasra.
ATLANTA, Ga., March 17.—The Sixth
United States volunteers (colored) were
mustered out here during the day. The
Third Mississippi regiment was rnus
teroi out at Albany.
Al|ir,at Montreal.
MONTREAL, March 17.—^General Rus
sell A. Alger arrived here. He ia the
guest of Sir William Van Horne, presi
dent of the Canadian Pacific railway.
Vim up by rear Daeters.
Beaver Dam, O.
My daughter, after being treated by
four doctors and beiug given up for loet,
a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney
Cure to-dav ahe is able to walk aeveral
miles without fatigue. 1 feel we would
have loot her if it waa not for your
medioine.
Reapectfully, Mra. J. M. Bailey.
FRANK SMITH.
I cannot name the rare joys, the inti
nite delighta that intoxicate me ainoe
taking Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 centa.
FRANK SMITH.
"Give me a liver regulator and I can
regulate tbe world." said a geniua. The
druggist handed him a bottle of De
Witt'a Little Early Risers, tba famoua
little |dlls.
COOK A ODBB.
To Women.
With Small Feet.
We offer you a lot of $3.00 Kid Shoes
THIS WEEK AT $1.50.
A clear saving of $1.50 a pair for those who can be
fitted. There are a few large size pairs for those who
come earliest, but its because of the broken size that
the price takes such a tumble and we must turn them
into money.
D. flcKINNOM.
Putting up Prescriptions
we consider by far the most important
branch of our business-and we have ac
cordingly spared no expense or pains-
taking effort to perfect our entire stock
-in detail and quality--Absolute correct
ness in every particular is assured-as
we dispense nothing but pure, fresh
drugs~of finest quality-and our patrons
may bring us their prescriptions and re
ceipts feeling certain that they will be
carefully and accurately filled-and that
each ingredient will be not only pure
but the very best of its kind-Our pre
scription department is undoubtedly as
complete as any in the state-and is
founded upon sixteen years of exper
ience in the drug business.
FRANK SH1TH.
Goods delivered anywhere in the city limits free. Thone No. 1
The Bent Waive In the World.
Ia Banner Salve. It is made from a
prescription by a widely known skin
specialist and is positively the most
healing salve for Piles. 13urns, Scalds,
Ulcers, Running Sores and all skin
diseases.
leal Estate,
Loans ft
Siiiitait Bioct.
WE SELL
CHILDREN'S SHOES.
The hurried together kind of
children's shoes that are made to
sell "at a price'* finds no favor here.
The Children's Shoes WE SELL are
selected for shape and durability.
Several new kinds of pliable leath
er are now ready for your inspection.
OPERA HOUSE
FUN! FUN! FUN!
Roller Skate.
TO-NIGHT.
ADMISSION, FREE.
FRANK- SMITH.
j-
O i I
COAL.
HUBBELL BROS.
Are the only dealers iu town
tliAt sell
'Lehigh Valley
a
hard coal. This coal is CELE
BRATED for the large amount
of heat and small per cent of
ash to the ton. TRY A TON.
They also handle HOOKING
3 srLiNT and ILLINOIS soft coal.
S Give them a call. 'PHONE 53-2
SSHIIIflBI^HUIVIiiilUKiHtWIIIMIIMiUSWilUllNIMMnHtHiiliWIIIHiH
CITY
MEAT MARKET,
JOHN SCHULTZ Proprietor.
Keep constantly on hand a full
line of
Frtsi and torn urns.
Fish, fowl anil|Game in season.
Egan avenue.
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