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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, October 17, 1900, Image 3

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neglect it day.
h.'ljt you if you will be
We sell all kinds of
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IRIS
SCHUTZ,
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IE DAILY LEADER
DAKOTA
HADISUN, SOUTH
:»M M'.w.ocr. 17, limo.
THE
CITY.
LOCAL NEWS.
forecast: Fair to-night and
tin
We
evening:
fatfwr
E.
NIi!l
a
Wi
I)
P. Warren
Mr*. l\ C.
of
of Oldham waft w»y
'FTLLER at THK DAILY LKAUKK
•lay.
A. Mc(invent entertained a
*Wlj,dy friends at tea yes
'ftt-rnocwa.
IS: Ed. Qttnsteail,
in«
and Mr. Halt Parted for
uiiada, Monday.
Clark went to Brookings
I*. Jenkins and wife to
lthe
train north.
*tholi(« |ftdi,,s
wju
rr
»t the Proehl building on
t'nue at th» small cost of 'i"»
ineul.
SufttoR departed
1
,M,l
the
,„y
Our steadily increasing busing has bce.i obtained by meeting
.1 Aiirai/IA AAMlUkritiAti n»ii u 1 i i
«*. "uvainea oy meeting
|,1, local
».»1 outside competition with !„«,.r goods a„d lower prices
„,ld be found elsewhere. We always invite inspection and com-
.ji and in every instance can offer good inducements to trade here.
jott opened up our new faU lines J^keta Cape., Collar-
Winter Underwear, Ladies and Gents Gloves,
best and largest
other in this
in
A beautiful line o£ Underskirts, Cotton Blanket?
lann.-Vtt* ft** Percale Wrappt rs, And Drees Good* is where we shine
Accession to Demands of
Workers Ten Per Cent I
crease Will Hold Good
of the strike.
gerve dinner
It ia exasperating
lev's lit
i»r
the morning train and
"Nhand who is now in
Milwaukee.
may
C'hi-
'M'r wheat cloHed yewterday at
today at highest,
at Local market,
Xo. a
GQ't
tUx,
Havo been Ismied
K-
Hall
to
«nd Laura M. Uaihy,
Mudi
s,'».
and to Stephen B.
Wright, of
Aim-r,ra" Amusement Enterprise
intf old plays under neW
hav,
new plays, under the
Ns
IS
Top Coat
f#:
,octt% Nj
P"11 »ry Goods or quote lower
|M-r~«n iI direction of the author. Law
rence Rus-ell.
Edward Budd of St. Paul, brother of
Roy Hudd of the Western Union office,
arrived to day and will take a position
with Mart Craney. Mr. Budd is an
riciiced tonsorial artist,
1 he American Amusement Enter
prise, presenting an unparnlclled list of
theatrical attraction-, will appear at the
«p'Ta hou-e, Thursday, Friday and Sat
unlay evenings of this week. Matinee
Saturday afternoon.
ex
A star of the first magnitude was the
object of much curiosity, being distinct
ly visible near the zenith at 11 a. ni. not
even the brightness of the full orbed
obscured it. By general consent it Wa
com ifded to be Bryan's star of ascend
ancv,
Registered at the Lake Park: ,T. T.
Morrow of Mitchell, W, J. Sheppard of
Sioux Falls, W. M. Savatr
of
Water-
town. State Treasurer John SehmlMT of
I'n-Minan. At th? Aladisou: Chas.
Power of Wentworth, E. J. Tracy of
Sioux Falls.
Departures east were Mr. and Mrs. \V.
W. Fletcher of Minnea]H)lis who have
be ri visiting Mrs. Joe. CJilbert. also Mrs.
Thos. MCK«H» and W. C. Wright. Mr.
Wright who had his wrist broken while
at carpenter work on a barn here two
months ago is now working with K.
Miller on hi* LoMars, Iowa, courthouse
contract, and came up for his tool* and
trunk.
O. lw»auty! what a power th»u art.
The bravest men fall at thy feet. No
wonder women take Kotky Mountain
Tea to prolong tb« joyou* spell.
FKAMK SMITH.
This in the season when mothers are
alarme*! on account of croup. It is
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
(Jure, which children like to take.
COOK A ODEK.
THE STRIKE SETTLED.
Agreement Reached Whereby Strike will
Ead Immediately.
Mine
Until April 1.
8l*cial dispatch to Th« l»aily L»^Mtef.
ST. PACL, Oct. 17, v. M. -The fol
lowing advice* have been received by
the American Presw Annotation:
Philadelphia The conference be
twiM'ii individual coal ojwrators and rep­
resentatives
of the coal carrying rail­
roads to-day, resulted in an agreement to
accede to the demands made by the
mine workers' convention. The sliding
scale will be withdrawn in district
where it is in effect and the ten per cent
increase will hold good until April 1,
next. This means the immediate ending
to one who has
used Folev's Honey and Tar and knows
what it will K to have a dealer recom
mend something else "just the same or
'•iust as good" for colds, coughs, croup,
lagrippe, etc.
CHHIS.
SCHFTC.
Will Minneapolis.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 17.-Minneapolis
bos been
selected
place for tho
»s tho next meeting
national
convention of the
Christian church to
be
held in
1901.
Tho reading and discussion of reports
and addresses touching missionary
topics occupied the morning wssion of
the convention.
It is well to know that DeWitts
Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and
stop the pain at once. It will euro
eczema and skin diseases and ugly
wounds and wires. It a
ee^a,nff"J"J
for piles. Counterfeits may offered
you. See that you get the original le*
Haxel Salve.
Witt's, Witch
COOK A- ODEK.
ordinary.
A few of the new things we'have in Dress Goods
Wool,
Satin, jf*»
Poplin, |M
1
Venetian,
STATE DISPENSARY.
Looal Meeting Protests Ag&init Beveal
of the
To Stop a fold.
After exposure or when you feel a cold
coining on take a doae of Foley's Honey
and Tar. It never fails to stop a cold if
taken in time. Take nothing else.
Adler Top wOatSaftndthi8i8true
What a Man Wears
Mohair,
i- ©hmels Hair,
Law.
The Speakers State Control of the
Liquor Traffic by Dispensary
System Better Than the
Open Saloon.
An excellent attendance, uuxtly voted*,
greeted the dispensary speakers ai the
opera hor.^5 last evening. The juvenile
band discoursed pleasing airs and Mr.
Warren Tolles sang two delightful solos.
Ir. S. M. Jenks presided and the sjeak
ers were .Imltre Me(lrath, Rev. J. C.
Hubbell, lien. Beadle, Henry Xeill, FU'V.
T.
A. Flynn and R»-v. Hugh Robinson.
1 he chief ]M)ints emphasized by the
several speakers were, that prohibition
having lieen tri«*d and found not satis
factory to a majority of the voters of the
state, the plan of ,-tate control by the
dispensary system was voted into the
constitution in its stead two years ago.
The la-t legislature had failed to pass a
law carrying the constitutional provision
into effect and in turn had re submitted
the amendment adopted by the jieople
two years ago for repeal. In the mean
time we have been under the high
license system which is also unsatis
factory. having all the evils attendant
UJKUI the open sal«Kn. The speakers
favored voting "Xo" on the question of
repeal in order to retain the dispensary
clause in the constitution and teach
legislatures that when the people have
sjioken on a question and decided that
it is their duty and business to pass
law to carry the voice of the people into
effect. Under this system they claim*«:
that the evil influence of the op»i.
saloon would be done away with. nn'i.
could get what liquor they wished fur
them-elves in a legal way, the trcatii
habit, the root of much of the social evil
arising out of the saloon, would be put
an end to, the liquor intluence would l»
taken out of politics, and the actual sav
ing in the amount of liquor drank and
expense of maintaining so many saloon
would amount to several million of dol
lars annually to the people of this state.
It would teach people the use and not
the abuse of liquor, lessen the cases of
drunkenness one half, take away the
element of personal protit in the business
which makes men override all law, social
well being and jwilitical honor, to engage
in it. Many of the addresses made wer-'
received with ttvideut roUth by the lar
audience.
w
Y
Llaundry
r£200.
u
ITY
U«-'
CHHIS. SCHCTA.
SEVERAL VILLAGES RAZED,
Tribal Rlalnir* Anoog Ksrdi Aaauaa
Ing Threatening Proportions.
CONSTANTINOPLE,
Oot. 17.—The tri­
bal risings umoug the Kurd#are assum
ing threatening proportions. The au
thorities are greatly concerned. Tho
troops have bad to intervene in tho
Diarbokir district where a number of
Christian aud Mussulman villages havo
beeu razed.
OPERA HOUSE. Hunt & Colgrove.
THE A MERICAN
/\MU5EnENT
ENTERPRISE.
Presenting aa Unparalleled List of Theatrical Attraction*.
OCTOBER 18,19 & 20 PRIGES, 10,20,306.
noothermaker
at
STOCK IS ATTRACTING MUCH ATTENTION!
Storm Serge,
Fine'Serge,
Parola,
#Brag,
DENIES THE STATEMENT.
W. K. Vnnderbllt Gave No Thauk Offer
ing for Marlboronfch'a Return.
LONDON, Oct. 17.—The Duke of Marl
borough is sending out a denial of the
statement published by nearly every
paper iu England that W. K. Vander
bilt has given £100,000, some papers'
said, and others £000,000, to the duch
ess us a "thank offering" for the duke's
safe return from the war.
Tho Duke and Duchess of Marl
borough have been annoyed by the
pleasantries and congratulations that
havo tilled their past fortnight's mail.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
Gdoors,
1
to the New Lumber Yard for storm
storni sash, and other winter
necessities. Cheaper now than ever
before
Fand
OR SALE. Six room house, two lots
good barn, in good location,
go'xl water, cheap, for cash,
Kef Crepon.
E. SttERTDAX.
hand
Howe sewing machine.
A. ARCHER.
EES for sale. Four swarms.
B. C. KENNEDY.
Gof
O TO Archer's shop and see samples
upholstering goods. One hundred
different patterns to choose from. 80e
to £.'i.r)0 per yard. Corner Eighth street
and Liberty avenue.
OUNU MEN—Our illustrated cata
!"gue explains how we teach barber
ie. mailed free. Moler Barber Col
'. Minneapolis, Minn.
tra.
l.v.
OUSE for rent.
BIEDEKSTAEDT,CO.
E. L.
I
CHAS. B. KEXXEDY.
'ARM near city for rent.
CHAS. B. KENNEDY.
AUNDRY,
if you want first -eft
work, and prompt delivery,
patronize the Madison Steam laundry.
O. T. FILLER.
residence lots for sale. $lo to
E. SHKHIOAN.
Tregular
EACHERS' EXAMINATION. The
examination for tirst and sec
otnl grade certificates will be held at the
court house in Madison on November
2d and 3d, at 8:30 a. ni. Persons wish
ing to write for 6tate certificates may do
so at same time and place. Candidates
please bring pens ami paper.
Supt.
THE LATEST
Creations in]
Fall & Winter
MILLINERY
is being displayed at
MISS L. GRINAGER,
including all the lateat shapes in
Ladies' and Children's Hats. I
have a large stock this season and
invite you to call while the assort
ment is complete.
MISS L. QRIIUGER.
ADLI'IT" TOP COATS are known as the leading line. They are made up as no other clothing is made.
I" 1 lily of the emit makes the individuality of the man." Oar "Adlmi" make of clothes will give you the distinction of being "rightly dressed."
25 pieces of Broad head.
French Flannels.
EBB: ffiu'.iiSliiiaJUUB'JHU
If you
cannot
5ee
You Need Glasses.
The editor of tha Fordville, Ky., Mis
cellaneous, writes as a postscript to a
business letter: "I was cured of kidney
trouble by taking Foley's Kidney Cure."
IS AT HAND.
Order first-class grades
of Hard and Soft from the
Hyde Elevator.
New Silks for waists and trimming.
Ladies Jackets at way down prices from $2.50 up.
We extend a cordial invitation to at! to come And
see our stock.
D. McKINNON.
GET WHAT
YOU PAY FOR.
In Jewelry, the moral of mistaken [buying
doesn't appear for a good while. Don't make
a mistake. Complete assurance of getting
the quality paid for is one of the advantages
of trading here. We guarantee everything to
be what we claim it to bs, and we are here to
make our warrant good. We give people what
they want and save them money whenever
we can. Our methods are the same whether
you buy Jewelry or Drugs,
FRANK SNITH,
Masonic Temple. 'Phone Call Ma. i
JWifitSKliiiiiii:...: jBiaemaoffiBiaaaaBiafl—nmsBiiBaagMiBM a«iu:t^
jj Come to us, have your eyes tested free by a graduate optician.
and if your sigKt can be assisted by the aid of glasses, we will
give you a proper fitting lense. Buy your glasses AT HOME and
1 then if anything goes wrong, you know where to go for the 1
remedy.
WM. FINTZEL,
Agent,
When a purchaser compares "ABLER" TOP COATS with other makes, he at once concludes that there are no other coats like them
business, in society, when he meets Ins acquaintances, or strangers, more often than otherwise detormtB#* hi®
success. It costs no more to have correctly fitting stylish garments, than the ordinary common looking kind.
TOP COAT PHICES, $7411-$10- $12.50 $13.50. GRINAGER BROS.
uses as fine a class of trimmings. The "ADLEIT idea of lining a garment is something oat of the
C. H. WOOD, Optician.
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CHRIS. SCHUTZ.
The beat method of cleansing the
liver is the use of the fatuous little pills
known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
Easy to take. Never gripe.
COOK A- ODEE.
THE
COAL
SEASON
to read
easily
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Loaqs i
Mc Tim.
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failure
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