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lt tlieir former price®. lain Illustration lief ore You. our elftMM ..•uifyiokt glMMr* «f different s.i perfectly ground from the .P»t window of III »me it Brig Store. E DAILY LEADER J* AIM SON .SOUTH DAKOTA I'AV. OCTOBER 31. 1SH9. E I Y l-')CAL BKIiVITIES. yro«« and wife returaedto I i* .In! mmencing Saturday, Oct. wot*. .rk,or WO J»u*r»Dtee all Hotatoo was a passenger ''••'•r i» putting a new front on lr' '••Hiding. w Consists of garments worth from $9.00 to $14.00. I have them in black and colors— well made, with storm collars. Good bar- SALE PRICE CHOICE For all u«c». porpoie of tnc optician# art E YE» fre« of charge, and If id the proper lnae« and fit f! C.H. WOOD, Optician. CENTRAL BLOCK. -y OVERS OP ART AND aintings take a look at our A complete stock of atorm windows oan be fouud at Colman'e lumber yard. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Phillips who have been visiting with C. A. kelley, returned east. Wheat, No. 1,53 No, 2,51. Flat, $1.05. May wheat in Chicago opened at T3Ta and closed at T31K. Johu Horner returned frcm Scotland, 8. D., this morning where he haa started in the sabon business. A. aid lo readitig, A. Goetbel and wife The of formerly reeideuts of this and MM i FOR 1900 complete without i 'rices from 25c to 50c. i all gone--Now is the chance to get a splendid garment for little money. 5.SS The Ideal restaurant ia undergoing an exterior coat of paint. Weather report: Fair tonight and Wednesday cooler to-night. *eo. R. Farmer returned from Sioux Fall4 on the afternoon freight. Good road of Lake Mtulieon. C. II. Nissen who has been working for Giuder Bros, in their meat market, closed his service with them and re turned home to Alexandria on a wheel this ufteruoon. The soft ooal famine haa atruck Mad ison like many other places in the north went. Providence, however, is much more merciful thau the trusts and peo pie can still live with little tire. Mies Lizzie Wahle departed thie morning with an S years-old neice, going as far as Kansas City where she will turc the little girl over to friends who will take her to their home in Texaa. Geo. Cook, the jeweler, is offering some special bargains in watches this month and some excellent purohasee may be obtained by calling upon him Do not fail lo avail yourself at op portunity. Those who have been fitted with glasses by Henry H. Frudenfeld, the op tician, are requested to oall on him dur ing his next visit. If any change is re quired in the lenses it will be made with out charge. Arrivals this evening from the eaet wrre State Kegents Blair, Greeley, Spafford, President Heston of Brookings oollege, A. H. beatoti, Brookings, Oou tractor Simits, \V. H. N\ agner, C. J. Porter and wife, D. I. Holdridge, Mrs. Vidal. LOT 'B' Montrose, plaoe, arevia- iting frionds in the city. i Mrs. Chas. Norton who has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. J. M. W. C. U. Munsou, for ten days, returned home to Sioux Falls. A foot-ball game will be played be tween Brookings and Madison at the ball park in this oity next Friday at 4:15 p. tii. meets with Mrs. Ball to-morrow nfternoon at three o'clock. Subject, "The Home and its Enemies." All women are oordially invited Sheriff Mcltillivray took Chester Sroggin to Vilas this afternoon and de livered him to the asylum authorities. The boy was very peaceable and tracta ble. Arrivals from the north this morning were John U'lJonnell of Ramona, Father Hmre of Aberdeen, Stacy Cocbraue of Brookings SPECIAL CLOAK SALE Chas. Crome, formerly a blaokstnith in Ed. Gregory's shop, since being dis charged from the Rough Riders has made a tour of Canada and the north west as far as British Columbia, haa re turned and again taken a position in Mr. Gregory's shop. Stacy A. Coohrane, director farmers' institutes, went west on the evening train and expects to return here on Nov ember 10 to arrange for a farmers' insti tute in this county and also organize agricultural reading courses. Farmers are especially invited to be present on November 1C, at 2 p. m.t in the court house. Mail Agent Webster report* a safe cracking operation at Erwin on the Bris tol line early this morning. The bank at that plaoe was broken into and the robbers blew open the outer door of the safe securing some loose money but failed to get to the inside of the safe where the bulk of the wealth was, be fore they evidently became frightened and fled. A disastrous prairie tire caused by a farmer burning off some stubble field occurred south of Ramoua yestercay afternoon in which 800 tons of hay is es timated to have been burned. It start ed south of sections and 8, in Ffirm ing too township, Johu Mulvihill, the Ryansand many others on those sec tions and north of these, losing all Cill on 'phone No. 31, tor «U kinde of wood. I Part of residence to rent. Apply to Mrs. John Walter, near Normal school. At the Model. To-Mf. Chocolate Eauclair 25® Cream Puffs.... Lady Fingers Chooolate umbh». Vanilla Jumblee Angel Food Cakee I**0 Chooolate Jelly Rolls 100 Don't forget to try the Chocolate Eauclairs. Builds up muscular fleeb, healthy tissue. Rich,tred blood, clears the stomach, kidneys, and liver, fhats what Rooky Mountain Tea will «o. Scores of Men IF YOUR MIND our Contains garments worth from S6.00 to $8.00—I have them in either black or light colors. Good, heavy warm Jackets. SALE PRICE, CHOICE Dan McKinnon. Dan McKinnon. their hay, and the tire continuing north to within one mile of Ramona. The peo ple were greatly exeroiaed for the eafety of the towu. The oity board of registration consist ing of Mayor Daniels, Auditor Rae and Treasurer Johnson, have been in session at the council rooms to-day correcting the registry lists and adding new names Not many have applied personally to have their names put upou the list, though many were not on the original lists, but the registration board have put all on the lists they can think cf that ought to be there. If any should go to the polls on election day they tuny still vote by "swearing in" their ballot. FKANK SMITH. D. Bridges, Editor "Democrat, Lancaster. N. H., sayfl, "One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy for oroup I ever used." Immediately relieves and curee coughs, colds, croup, asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe ana all throat and lung troubles. It prevents ooneumption. in this vicinity now wear GRINAGER'S CLOTH 1 NO. prices, is the secret of our ever increasing sales. buy your clothes of us. •fttrkM for Xovember. A storm period centers on the 1st. Warm southerly winds, ending in cloud iness and rain may be expe ted from 1st to 3rd, reaching crisis of high temper ature and stormmess on the 3rd. Close behind follows a oold wave and snow un till the »ith. During the Tth and 8th, warmer weather will set in, turning to snow in oentral and northern states. Between the 11th and 14th heavy autumnal storms and gales are exoetd ingly probable. A reactionary storm period sets in abont the 17th to the 19tb. A November blizzard of sleet and snow, over the northern half of the oountry, need not surprise readers of these forecasts about the same dates. A general cold wave should be looked for at the culmination of this period, lasting up to about the 23rd. All perishable products should be put in readiness for prompt protection before this time. Means should be at hand for the shel tering of tender plants and shrubbery, even far toward the south. During the Vulcan storm period, ex tending from the 23rd to 27th. the bar ometer will again fall, and all the con ditions of precipitation and stormiutes will return. The low barometer atd warmth will culminate, especially south ward, in lightning and thunder on and next to the 2Gth, after which the high barometer, high winds and cold will rush down from the north and west. It should be remembered that marked meteoric showers are due on and about the J7th. The point from which they will radiate will be in Andromeda, which will be passing the meridian at the time from about 8 to 10 o'clock, p. m. Andromeda will be nearly straight over head at 0 o'clock, at about to 50 degrees of north latitude. The last two days nf the month wili bring return of falling barometer, higher temperature and lendensf to general rain and snow. You never kuow what form of blood poison will follow oou stipation. Keep the liver (Jean 1. v ueing DeWitt's Little Early Risers and you will avoid trouble, ihey are famous little pills for constipation and bowel troubles. feits. COOK & QDKE. is preoccupied with the knowledge that your cloth- lh YUUK mi V i CLOTHING you have inir is not proper you are ill at ea»e. nyou wear that self assurance that rightfalljr belongs to the Vrell dressed m». This and THE FINEST CLOTHING PRODUCED i„ what w. always »im to supply to onr patrons. Correct Style,, Perfect Fit Uno^elled Workmanship UwUat you pay for .nd what you get wnen you GR1NAGER BROS., The Leading Clothiers. I shall offer some of the greatest bargains in the line of LADt ES CLOAKS ever offered in this city, and shall keep them at the same unequalled prices until they LO style and'quality—well worth*$5.00. A Silks and Satins. In this matter of silks and satins you will hear all kinds of ^claims as to largest stock, low Jest prices, best styles, and so on, Believe as much or as little as you want to, but be sure to do one thing—visit this store and see our new fall silks. That's all we ask, and if you do it we are likely to make the sale. 4 COOK & »,DEK fltparher*' Examination. The regular examination for first and second grade certificates will be held at the court house in Madison on Novem ber 3d and 4th, 1S00. The examination for five-year state certificates will be held at Yankton, Siaux Fall*. Mitchell, Chamberlain, Pierre, Redtield and Aber deen on the same date. E. L. BIENKBSTAF.IRR, County Superintendent. "I wouldn't be without DeWitt s Witch Hazel Salve for any considera tion," writes Thos. B. Rhodes, C»*nt^r tield, O. Infallible for piles, cut*, burns and skin diseases. Beware of conntei- COOK k Qmm Wanted—Men to learn barber trade by mail attend our nearest oolle«e, Chicago, St. Louis, San Francisco or Mmnespolis. Eight weeks required. Expert instruc tions, practical experience, two years ap prenticeship saved. Catalogue free. Moler College, Minneapolis, Minn. .'VV.. J. A. JOHNSON Groceries. You would have to go far to find a better grocery department than ours, or as good. It is completely stocked with a splen did line of pure and wholesome food products, always fresh be cause of our large sales. For miles in every direction people come to supply their grocery needs here because they can do better than in otfcar stores Have you tried it? 1 Contain black Astrachan cloth, also Beaver cloth garments:, worth from $4.50 to $5.00— All of them nice looking Cloaks, put up in good SALEPRICE CHOICE There is Satisfaction in Buying at J. A. JOHNSON'S. First you can always rely upon qual ity and style second, you can feel sure that prices are right. However, We do not ask our customers to accept these assertions as fact without convincing themselves by seeing what others offer in the same line. Our confidence in the leadership of this store is founded upon our splendid stock of Greneral^Merchan dise, now larger and more complete than ever before in the history of this store. i A. JOHNSON Two Spools Clark's Thread For 5 Cents Mj. B. JOHNSON "L- City residence lots for sale. 815 to S- 0 EI.MF.U SHERIDAN*. 3.25 Dress Goods. The fabrics designed for wom an's wear for this fall and winter deserve high praise. They are artistic in coloring and design, attractive in quality, and will prove satisfactory in wear. To cap the climax, many beautiful fabrics can be sold at popular prices. In our Dress Goods de partment you will find suck well known fabrics as the Gold Med al, the Broadhead and the La Port^ Woolen Mills productions, prices ranging from 10 cents to *2 a yard, ^£5 J. A. JOHNSON S O E S 1£ you don't need a new pair^ of shoes to-day you will before! loner, and therefore it's a good idea io get posted on the best place to buy. We don't expect! to be able to sell you unless it is I to your interest to buy here. I It's easy to prove that to you,! however, if you will give us aj chance. Will vou Ladies'^ Capes & Jackets All we em miss it and miss it bad if you don't get one of ours. We sell Ladies' Jackets from *3.00 up. J. A. JOHNSON say is ym frill J. A, JOHNSON Two Spool* Clark's Thread For 5 Center J.I.JOHNSON. I 4 Special Value in all BULK COFFEES From io to 35c at A. KELLEY'S. JONGS BROS DEALERS IN Hard & Soft farCOAL. ELEVATOR '0' Prompt delivery to any part cf tj*e city. WeJ respectfully solicit share of your patronage.