minim will mm Minnie
M'iitT Drug Store
These skirts are in black and
[call and see them.
7 .. v
11' 111 at a play or In jf
the ryes must receive gj
consideration. To real- y
')"i: must aw properly. g|
MAKY. YEN HKK by
y fitting glasses. No fl
i t'sting the eyes.
'l-parta 4:10 p. in
'l.nrrtvfB 10:46 s.
'''inc are dally except Sunday.
MARCH SI, 1900.
rose arrived from tha north.
'cents, and up, at GKndar
I'^gerald shipped a carload of
Program commence!) at 8:30 p.
J. L. Jones went to St. Paul and Dr.
A. E. Clough to Bryant on the evening
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Osoar
Koebler last night which survived only a
short time after birth.
Lara Johnson of Lakeview is very low
again with his old oomplaint which
prostrated him a year ago.
Mrs. Kilgore who has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Shirley of Or
land, returned home to Luverne.
Chris I ten BO will build an addition 14
by lr.ft et to his residence and has com
menced work on the foundation.
Mrs. Thou. McKee of Winfred depart
ed for Wilmington, Minn., called thither
by ihe serious illness of her father.
Departures east on the nnon train
were Mr. Holies of Colmau, Landlord
It irtiett of the Madison bouse and Peter
Arrivals on the evening train: C. H.
Kennedy, K. Miller, J. C. CotTey, J. W.
llurley, Geo, Kjau, (ilenm Far lay and
halstead's Full Orchestra will play the first of
a series of Promenade Concerts at the Opera House.
Wednesday Eve., Harch 21.
Weather foreonst: Fair tonight and
Thursday warmer to-night.
A few snob days as this and farmers
say they will launch right into seeding.
Kd. Coltiian of IjiCrosse, one of the
nroprietorr of the t'jlinan lumber yard
h»re was iu the Qity to-day inspecting
wal market: Wheat, No. 1, cents.
No. J, I'J. Flax, *1.:M. May w^eat in
Minneapolis opened at UA'j and closed
at »'.l lj.
Mr. aud Mrs. Stearns wfeo bave been
Staying with their eon, W. T. Htearns,
for several weeks past, returned home to
Jacob Hirran baa sold Ilia residence
property on the west side of town to
Wm. MoUrath. The deal was Legotia
ted by A. F. (i lover.
Carl A. Drewes of Cambria, Wyoming,
and Marie A. Olson, of Oldham, pro
rnred a license hie afternoon and were
married by Hey. N. M. Minne.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wood eutertained
about thirty of their friends at a oard
party last evening, serving refreshment*
and affording their guests a very pleas
ant evening's enjoyment.
The case of the oity against John
Uoruer which came up for hearing a
und Ht. Paul railway,
Sunday, August 13, IWW.
..11 :W a.
6:«W p. iu
tune before Justice Met rath at
was taken on a change of ytfenue
to Justice Holdridge's oourt.
The funeral of the late James V.
looker of Lakeview waa largely attend
ed by friends and neighbors of the de
ceased, both from the country aud city,
the servioes being oonduoted at the
Preabyterian church this afternoon by
the Rav. ltugh llobinsqa,
Nine-room house, with three lots, good
barn, cistern, city
and ^msU fruit.
Mrs Herriet Evans, Hinsdale. Ill.
write., never fail to relieve »y
sharp. Admission 25 cents.
A Collection of Newa and Personal Itemi
from Oar East Side Neighbor.
8ji»rial ('orri'cjnii(lfnrf of Th«? Daily Leader.
Mert Waters is building a new resi
dence in the north part of town.
Adam Parker spent Sunday in Pipe
stone with his mother.
Miss Frances Deiltnan la preparing to
leave Wentworth. She will visit friends
in Princeton, Minn., for awhile and theo
go to Milwaukee for the summer.
Itev. Lticey has a new team and puta
ou great sty .e with his high steppers.
Frank IIare left last Monday for Can
Hda where he expects to take up land*
Thereare homesteads in Montana that
can now had that are far ahead of
the government land anywhere in Brit
Mrs. C. C. Koseuow who ha? been ill
for the past week with bronchitis, is now
The banket social at Mr. Potter's,
north ot town, last Thursday, waa a suc
Hypnotism is ou the boards at the
opera bouse this week by a traveling
doctor and his wife. A little fwi I*
about the only result, however.
Wanted, a steady lt»d shout li» years of
aw to learn the baker's trade. (ood
Many rea*anl» Urowned.
BniAPKsT. March 21.—Twenty-four
peasants were drowned by the capsizing
of a boat iu which they wen* crossing
the Dutiube river from Kaloosa to Pays,
during a gale^
I'rrr Urllvt-ry at AniMn.
WASHIXUTOX, March 21. —Rural free
delivery will be established at Austin,
Mower county, Minn. Length of route,
24 t-4: area covered. 23 square miles
population served, 400.
I'farf l.ovln® WeMMk
"lhl yoii |oy the grocer aud butcher,
"No: then* wasn't enough to pay both
of them. To pay only one would make
trouble, so 1 just took the money and
spent It down town." Indianapolis
from eroup at onoe by using One Min
ute Cough Cure. I wouM uot feel safe
without it." Quietly
oolds, grippe aud all throat and lung
RFCOG & ODK*.
To secure the original J]111®!
salve, ask for DeWitf- Witch Hazel
Salve, well known as a certain cure for
.0,1 .kin •«««..
OOOK A ODKK.
the boys to *®ir*
have beeu married for
received at my store a large line of Ladies Under Skirls. This is a line of samples that we are going to
jl at wholesale prices. Skirts from
O. E. MATHKSKV.
CorriHlini I'lunt lliirni'd.
a defective electric light wire.
I^siHtN. March 21.—Sir Robert (Jray
Cornish Mowbray, a Conservative, has
been returned as nieintier of the house
of commons for the Brixton division of
Lambeth, without opjtosition. He suc
ceetls lion. Kvclyn Hublmrd, who re
cently accepted the stewardship of the
and my wife never fails to meet
Ni* .\»SA i iu h.\rnlutAt.
Story of a Renewal of the Cornr d'Alea*
Trouhlrn w iMiatakr.
WASHINGTON, March 21.—News of
further trouble in the Coeur d'Alene
mining district has reached the war de
partui' nt in the following telegram:
"Vancouver Barracks, Wash., March
19.—Commanding officer Fort Sheridan
reports Privates West, Hayes and David
F. Haydun, Company M, Twenty-fourth
infantry, were badly shot in Coeur
d'Alene City suspected parties in ar
rest recovery of men doubtfuL All
SPOKANE, Wash., March ft.—The
statement conveyed by a Washington
dispatch that there had been a renewal
of the trouble in the Coeur d'Alene
mining district is erroneous and arose
from confusion of geographical names.
Coeur d'Alene City, where the shooting
occurred, is 75 miles from the mining
FILCHED MANY FRANCS.
Northrrn Italtruiul of 1'ranrr Robbed of a
PAKIS, March 21.—'While being con
veyed by messengers to the Bank of
France a satchel containing 400,000
francs was stolen. The clerks and
satchel were in a cart. Just before
starting two men approached and en
gaged the attention of the clerks while
a third picked up the satchel and bolted.
The i^itiev belonged to th« Northern
NEW YOKK. March 21.—The corrod
ing honso of the Nutional L'ad oom
jvany with its contents, at Port Rich
mond, S. I., has been destroyed by tire.
The loss is estimated at $H0,000. The genption by a world wide known skin
tire is supiosed to have lec!i caused by opecialist and is positively the most beal-
Ilnn*iMtta 1'mhlblt lonM a.
MINNKAPOMS, March 21.—The Pro
hibition state ctinvention is in session at
Century hall. After forming a tem
porary organization addrcssc' were
iiiadf by a uumlrr of prominent Pro
hibitionists. W. W. Vine of Hewitt
was elected temporary chairman.
Heard From at Cap«» Town.
GE\NI RAPIDS, Mich., March Jl.—-A
letter 1ms been received from Cajx'
Town. Stiith Africa, written by Creii
r.il William I- White, the indicted
quartermaster general of the Michigan
national gnard. Cieiieral White left
this city last December.
Lewis AcTtefm »n. (t )sliAn. Iud., sayp
"DeWitt's Little Farly lJisers alwayftj
bring certain relief, cure my headach#j
and never gripe." Th»y gently cleanse
and invigorate the bowels and liver.
COCK A OIEK.
The Hewt Waive In the World
is Banner Snlve. It is made from a pre-
mg salve for pile?, burns, sciltln, ulcers,
running sores and all skin disets^flk
Cuius. S *UT2
When you waut something to heal a
burn, or a sore, or a out, why not try
Banner Salve, which is guaranteed the
most healing ointment in the world.
W. M. J0NE5
"Yes. She's afraid I might go In
without wiping my feet.**—Chicago
A man named E. Preeson, «f frtMoo
ville, Kant., wrote a latter tha othar day
saying the opinion of everybody io hie
town who has used Foley's Honey and
Tar is, that it is the very beet medioine
for la grippe, colds, coughs, etc.
ADLER" Spring Suits and 1 op coats
Our Boys' Clothing Department
will b» hotter stocked this Spring than ever before with new things for
will contract for all kinds of
All work guaranteed strictly First
class. Leave orders at J. J.
JOHN 8CHULTZ Proprietor.
Keep constantly on hand a full
Fid mi Hint
Fish, fowl and .Game in season.
-thaf* natural. Therefore don't wait until the season la too far advanced, but see the brightest things brought out this season with ao furtherdetoy.
brigntest tuiugs uruujjui «u*
that are actually worth from $1.50 to
colors. It will be worth your while
Rev. W. E. Stitzer, W. Canton, N. V.
writes, "1 had dspepsia over twenty
years, and tried doctors and medicines
without .enetit. I was persuaded to
use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it helped
ine from the start. I believe it to be a
panacea for all forms of indigestion." I
digests what you eat.
a room, neither is it
you wish to make it
so. Quite a small sum expended here on
WALL PAPER will enable you to transform
the ugliest wall into a thing) of beauty. Do
your own selecting even if ]some one else
hangs the paper. We are showing a large
assortment of beautiful papers at prices rang
ing from io cents to 75 cents per double roll.
The smaller prices buy firte and ^daintyj pat
terns. The more expensive kinds show ex
clu^iveness and freshness, and represent the
finest work of [designer and maker.1 jlf you
have time to go elsewhere to look, we shall
'Phone Call No. Masonic Temple.
I have opened a shop first door west
of the telephone office where I will do all
kinds of tailor work.
Call and see my samples for suite. All
Wm. Fintzel, Agt.
all their famous standard] of excellence, are here in endless
variety. We have goods enough for all, but the hest will
H. A. Fowler.
corner Egan a*e and 6th st.
for Wheeler & "Wilson and
White sewing machines.
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