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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, September 22, 1900, Image 3

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iustance can offer
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DAILY LEADER
in*!'*, tortn DA&ota.
i DAY. SKIT. 22. IP JO.
K E I Y
I LOCAL BREVITIES.
sueuses thia er*ning at 8
It rec««t: Fair to-nigh scd
•er to Ditfht.
'r- jMiu-w fur r*DtDMtf Normal
-Mrs. .luhn
Walter.
'i.tamer of Cultoo and J. B.
''•infrt-dare rcgiatared at tie
''wlionw wm iaauad to-d«y
Miitth»wa of Fraokllo and
P") (if Cheater.
tirsi-olaaa lanodrj work.
|d«livfry, patrooize the Madiaou
•un ir, o. T. Fuller.
''JVHniie band diaoouraed eome
the street last evening
first leadership of P. M. Hal-
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pi.
1(1
1
4.
-Mi
•'"j- ,, info-.* ii ,'
only
but alio superior to any
Dry Goods
or
business has been obtained by meeting
with letter goods and
good
just opened up our new
inducements
fall lines
Javkets
I Winter Underwear, Ladies and Owite 61ore«,
A beautiful line of Underskirts, Cotton Blankets,
1 Percale W rappers, And Dress Goods is where we shine
-le and Percale W rappers, And Dress Goods is where we shine.
A epecial will be run from Madison at
10::k)
a. m. to-morrow to C'olman for
thoee wishing to attend the funeral of
II. \Y. H. H'juther lately killed by falling
into an elevator bin. Tbe fare from
here la one and a fifth, or 75 centa for
the round trip. The special also goee on
to Flaudrau and returns to Column with
the orowd from that place. The funeral
is to be held at Colman at 1 p. m.
Tbe tkjlman correspondent of tbe
Flandrau Knterpriae speaks highly of a
very pleasant reception given Mrs.
Whitford and family of that place by the
Christum Kudeavor society, one evening
last week, in the course of which it aays:
Mrs. Whitford and children, Steve and
Krtua, have lived in Colman nine years,
during
out
Merry Tratupa" are acheduled
th» city and diaport them-
ll1',h''
hi|{ company at the opi^a
ttlls QiOOtb.
'Im.f Mth. Goodrich formerlf
and
Uih drMeuiakiDg buaioeta
u,
n itice of her death in an
at
MimieHpolia |Mt weak.
*,rr" Tramp#" will be the big
'"'•"'y event of our theatrical
Hunt haa regiatered it
0^148 the laughing uighfe of
to Minneapolia
nluy at 797B and opened
r,rM at Hlifcj higheat, 81ji
s 1
it- Looal market: Wheat
Xo. 2,65. Flax, $1.38.
around quite lively
I
u
heavy thunder ahowera thia
^ar!'!' wireebotat tiouee.
'')llli(J eaoape In the ground
which time Steve haa held the
position of depot agent here. Mr. \Vhit
ford has been a faithful servant, in fact
to fiiitbful that the company has decided
to promote hiui to a higher pooitiou. He
has been given tbe position of train dis
patoher at Madison and will soon leave
for his well earned position. His motlur
and sister will accompany him, and they
will make their future home in Madison.
Much clamor ia made in these days for
oleanlinees and art in theatricals. W a
are told that many plays—in fact, most
of .them—appeal to tbe immoral in
stincts: That the public seta the paoe
and like a fawning, slavish servant the
atage follows. It may be granted with-
further argument that there is per
haps an ounce of truth In the contention,
yet when wo glance at the list of truly
legitimate productions of the last two or
three years, and relleot upon the hund
reds of faithful, zealous play-wrights
products who are leading the taste
of the publio by sure and steady steps to
a higher plane, one is forced to agree
that thia ia not a period of stage deotd
eoce. In oomedy there has been a
change and revival quite marked, for
having returned to its ^'timate fu^
tion—true mirth based upon the foibles
of mankino, which barms no one and
has a happy termination. oiwnortin
the latter claas is the comedy, *A A ise
Woman," aa presented by a
company and which will beseen for the
first time at the Madison #pera house.
The play is an infectious laugh-produoer.
It is a continuous laugh, aud one
laughs because of
of its
|lease You
Course.
1
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the
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1 j»*«n»»««!-4'»"'«ljll.tal«j k*. Ak.^d»_ai_™l„I.Il«_o_l._
the
best
and
largest
other in this locality.
No
Wool,
quote lower
lower
Capes, Collar-
through the post beaide the sidewalk at
the oust end the depot platform.
.1. R. Herman of IilinotH an elf ijmnt
atumpnpeiiker, will dieouHs the isHiies of
the day at the court house this
after the cnucueee. Recitations
tatnpHifcjn eonga will alao form part
the program.
and
of
Rudolph Kieeflo was arreBtnd imd
lirtMiglit before duntice Williampon this
afternoon on a charge of grand larceny
preferred by Martin Olson who allegeH
that Kw'hk i has tukeu $17 UU of hm
money. The hearing will take place
next Tuesday.
KuBt going iiastiengora to-day were
B«»rgt. A. A. Northrop for Colmac, 11. J.
Munro for Chicago, Mrs. Andrew Lgge
braaten for Trent, Mrs. f^oetlow ar
daughter for I'iandrau, and Kditore
On borne of Howard and Doane Robiu
«on for Sioux Falls.
A very delightful reoeption was giveu
the Normal students at the pnrlors of
the I'reabyterian church by the pastor
and young people of that church lant
#veumg. The lit tendance whs large an
ttie hours Hpent pleaeantly in game?,
^Initial" contest, refreshtuents and the
limiting of social acquaintanceships.
A slight change in time table taken
place Monday. The passenger going
east departs at
10:10
a. in., tifteen tniu
utes earlier than heretofore returns
from the east at same time, !t:H p. m.
The mixed train north arrives i nd de
parts aa formerly, but a regular freight
will depart north at 7:4" a. m., arriving
from the north at p. tu.
A
witty lines and
true to life situations. As an evidence
popularity, a good portion of the
which we supply the n
w- v* ^.ffif.-
Satin,
Poplin,
prices
always invite inspection and com-
to
trade here,
V enetian,
present season will be used by this com
pony in playing return dates demanded
of them by an enthusiastic public.
Npei-lul Male
evening on street hats, Saturday, September 2'2.
All ready to wear. Hats will be eoid at
a reductiou order to make room for
the trimmed hats to arrive next, week.
Miss KATK MO.LLKR.
For Nale.
Fine boar pi«n for sale. No better
stock in tbe state. J. A. Sunn KD&.
MILLINERY OPENING.
The Miesefi M. L. Lyons & (K, will Hold
Their Fall Millinery OpeniDg Sept­
ember 26 and 27.
A most interesting and attractive line
of goods will be displayed by M. L.
Lyons A' Co., at their great fail millinery
opening, Wednesday and Thursday,
September and 27. Their line of
pattern and street hats are varied and
um|ue and the popular novelties recent
ly brought by tho Misses Lyons from
Chicago and St. Paul comprise the very
latest creations of fashion. Miss Fsther
llav.kiuHof Minneapolis, a trimmer of
t-everal years experience comes to the
Misses Lyons very highly recommended
and will make a special effort to please
ail patrons. The ladies of Madison and
surroundiug country are specially invit
ed to call aud examine stock, latest
styles and trimmings and satisfy them
selves. Kvery taste can be gratitied.
Remember the fall opening next Wed
nesday and Thursday at &L I* iigfoee &
Co.
Vrnar'H Xrwupapfr.
Tht S,(.0U professional beggars of Paris
have several newspapers, printed and
published for their special benefit. One
of these old dailies is called the "bou
Ouide." It gives a complete list of the
baptisms, wedding and fuuerals to take
place on that day, so that the readers
may be posted as to the bent plkoe to
pursue their calling. For begging-Ietter
writers there is a Iwt of tbe addrefsen,
arrivals aud departures of persons of
koown charitable disposition. The
paper is a mine of information to its
readers. Its advertisements are peculiar
to the business and read somewhat, as
follows: "Wanted.a bliud man to play
the tlute," or "Wauted, for a fashionable
watering place, a one-armed man good
references security required."
Beggars are generally poorly nourished
in body. If they were not eo people
would not be apt to give. It is safe to
say that none of the Paris beggars drink
Hidden Grain Belt" beer. People who
use it are at once improved and built,
up in health. These beers, brewed by
the Minn* apolis Brewing Company, are
a pure malt food product, made partic
ularly with a view to developing their
food value, A case of pints or quarts of
••Extra Pule" or "Gilt Edge" will be
delivered at your door. Order from your
dealer or E. O. Bkk Madison.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
prompt, palatable, pleasant, powerful,
purifjiDK little pilta-
The Most 5uccessiui ioveiiy ,lM„
.-
t.,i,
line of vesU eorr-,• ... »tyk,^
We havo procured for tut nu
Ut
Us about I op
C(K).iODKE_
••I bad a running sore on my leg for
seven years." writes Mrs. Jas. Forest of
Chippewa Falls Wis., "and spent hun­
dreds
of dollars in trying to get it healed.
Two hoxee of Banner Salve entirely oar-
Cook & Odbb.
44'
Prices, 25» 35» &
K
UR NEW FALL STOCK IS ATTRACTING MUCH ATTENTION!
A few of the new things we have in Dress Goods are:
Mohair,
CacA Hair,
Storm Serge,
y.
v
-i A
'5T-».. ?•„.', i \a'•'* i /,.
Fine Serge,
Parola,
Drag,
New Crepon.
TIIK ('Hl'Kl'HI'HS.
Or«1«-r KxerelneM In the IMfTerent
IIOUNCN
J'ltESUYTEMt.1 N CJlUKrH.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 30 p. aa.
Morning 6ubjeet, Martha and Mary,
Christian Workers ucd Thinkers Sab
bath school, 12 m. Christian Endeavor*
0:30 p. lu. evening Fermon, 7:.''J, subject,
Joseph and Ilia Brother. Everybody
cordially invited.
11:00
Foley'N Kidney Cure
is a pure medioiue, and contains io OOO
(vntrated form, remedies recognized by
the most skilful of the medical pro
fession as the most effective agents for
the cure of kidney and bladder diseases.
it
Chris. Schutz.
You can spell it oough, ooff, cangh,
kouf, ltatr, kough, or kaugh, but the
only harmless rsmedy thatquiokly cures
it is Oue Minute Oough Cure.
OPERA HOUSE. M"nt & Colgrove,
WOOD & WARD
One Night In
'Two Merry Tramps"
Tuesday, Sept.
50.
winter soaaon a line of
vOfliS»
fecftBOU ftna
MISS L. GRINAGER.
e on
,,f Worftlilp In the 4'lty
To-Xorron-.
M. E. CIICIICH.
Cluss meeting, 10 a. m. preaobing.
tubject. Duty and Privilege of Church
Membership, 10:30 Sunday school, J2
m. Junior League, 4 p. m. Kpworth
League, Victor Vulgren, leader, C:20
preacjhiiij.', pubject, The lligh .Standard
of Christianity, 7:30. In the morning a
class wiil be reoeived into membership
in the church. A cordial invitation to
all. A. 0. SiiKi'HKitii, Pastor.
Hi gii Robinson, Pastor.
I LITHKHA.V CHl'HCB.
Servioee in the Norwegian Lutheran
church of Lake Madison to-morrow it
a. m. Services in the Norwegian
Liuthernu church at Madison to-ruorrow,
the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity, 7:30
p. m. N. M. Minsk, l'astor.
Ulcers, open or obsinate sores, scalds
and piles, quickip cured by Banner Salve
the moat healing medicine in the world1
Ciikis. SeiUT/..
The emergenoy bags sent by a church
society to Kansas soldiers in the Philip
pines contained among the necessities a
box of LaWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the
well k? own our? for piles, injuries and
skin il ceases. The ladies took care to
obtair. the original DeWitt'e Witch
Ha ze. Salve knowing that all the counter
feiis are worthless.
TJ
Cook
k
Oder
CllUlS. ScHl'TZ.
Tl rea progressive nations of the world
are the great food consuming nations,
tl odfood well digested gives strength.
If you cannot digest all you eat. you
need Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests
f.at you eat. You ueej not diet your
self.
It contains all of the digestants
co::ibiued with the best known tonics
ami reoonstructives. It will even digest
till classes of foods in bottle. No other
preparation will do thi?. It instantly
relieves and quickly cures all stomaob
troubles.
Cook Jt Odek
THE LATEST
Creations in
Fall & Winter
MILLINERY
being displayed at
MISS L. GRINAGER,
including all the latest shapes in
L:ufieg' and Children's Hats. I
have a large stock this season and
invite you to call while the assort
ment if complete.
25
Seats on tale at Schutz drug stow.
ta|,cy ve9,iin the otll(,r.
nr**
W
cannot
iyT |f ever brought out in the clothiiislinf is tlu reversible vest and the "vostwo." We
-rr
'V
'VWf ,f^
25 pieces of Broadhead.
French Flannels.
New Silks for waists and trimmiiig|»
Ladies Jackets at way down prices from $2.o0 up.
We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and
see our stock. W
D. McKINNON.S
There may be ugly, dirty plaster or even
plain boards but "What the eye doesn't see
the heart won't grieve over." The worst wall
can be made to blossom as the roe# when
covered with
Masonic Temple. 'Phone Call
You Need Glasses.
1 Come to us. have your eyes tested free by a'graduate optician,
How Brlght's ingenue Mfartti.
Indigestion, biliousness, blood poison
ed with urea and uric acid (which should
have been excreted by the kidneys),
rheumatic pains in nerves and joints,
causing irritation of the kidoeys, then
pains over the small of the back, mark
sure approach of llritfht's Disease. Do
not delay taking Foley's Kidney Cure,
for it makes tbe kidneys right.
THE
COAL
SEASON
IS AT HAND.
Order first-class grades
of Hard and Soft from the
Hyde Elevator.
BEHIND
THE
PAPER.
Wall Paper
selected from the many beautiful but low
priced designs from our stock and satisfaction
is assured always. Enough for an ordinary
room from $1.00 to $10.00.
FRANK SrilTH,
and if your sight can be assisted by the aid of glasses, we will jg
i give you a proper fitting lense. Buy your glasses AT HOME and j|
I then if anything goes wrong, you know where to go for the
1 remedy.
1
WM. FUfTZEL,
Agent.
diiticulty i:« exp^rienc nl by mauy dealers in securing rests "to fit." We have succeeded in
I„„„l„„me ia anuearsnce, aud perfect fittinK'. Let imhow you the new "It Jfc W" an.l vestww. See also the new fall suits with
ADLKlt SUITS are
us show you what out efKr s uwe roug a^ou largest aud handsomest line we have ever shown. Adler Covert Coats vrUl be greatly in demand thia
9old
these suits never before equalled in point carrecfcness in style, nobbrne** tu design, Mid Section fit.
if you have not seen our line you should lose no tim^ in doing so at once.
C. H. WOOD, Optician.
Chris. Scbvtz.
No.
i
to read
easily
Heal Estate,
r._
Loans i
inanitwiii iBiMikiiiiii^ 1
understand that consul«»
securing a
by the largest and leading clothiers of tl.e c»«l,

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