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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, December 14, 1900, Image 5

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Tan Jacket, a bargain at
ins' Brown Jacket, a bargain at
ll
ii(.s* Maroon Jacket, sells easily at
|j,
full
nl vertisemont Hurnett »V o.
•i^iiitiivnt line of rugs at MefSil
at the
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i
1
you been waiting for this opportunity? if
of LADIES' & CHILD'R.'E'WR
CHTT
li. s' Hluo Jacket, sells easily at 1000 now
|,,.s- Black Jacket, in groat demand at io.( x) now
Grey Pebble Cheviot, the latest, a beauty at 11.00 now
.ji.-s Black Beaver, unequaled at
,• .'S* Brown Jacket, splendid value at
Black Jacket, splendid value at
Reminder to Xmas Buyers.
It is time to find out where you can get
,/liat you want, and at the same time get
value for your money. We have the
argest variety of DOLLS, GAMES, PER
^UMESand CANDIES, we ever had, and
are always glad to see you whether your
./ants are small or large. A pleased cus
tomer is the result every time.
NO t«*S*rt«
71, l*|*rt* S»:«Hp.m
in th*
"1. arrtvw. 4:1! ». in
/., d«|UU P"
arrives.
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I A K I A u n i
flic gaily £caictr
M\l»ISON, S II ill l\K«»1 \.
1 III DAY, DBC. 14. l'.M).
THE CITY.
LOCAL NEWS.
CHRIS SCHUTZ,
house
the
Smith went to OMbatn on
"i u train.
itlier foreconat: Owierally ffcif t«»
i Saturday: warmer.
jl'ih.n rugs of elegant designs, at
i ll bargains, at Me iillivray s.
Jr
Win. Fid wards in the old Dakota
bk i'uildinn reported very low in
,|v-
l.rrnrn Rnoney of Sherburne.
arrived on a visit to her fisU r,
I'hos. Me(Jee.
1*1'e housekeeper's chance for a choice
'ion „f
a
dainty rug is now open at
Mc( iillivray's.
and Mrs. Ed. Dowdle«l« rejoicing
'lie arrival of a 12 pound bof «t
*'r home Wednesday.
flic (). & 8, gives a social at the
p*nie Temple to night to which the
"lie is cordially invited.
N'e Went worth eainp of Modern
voted negatively upon
''r'e fund question by about a two
vote.
llJgs,
rugn,
rugn—Anninsters,
11
Mo
f't.Wiltons in beautiful do«tf«s.
•1' 'Materials, rare bargains, at N.
c'illivray's store.
wheat closed yesterday at 71,
PrH''l
today Bt 74
at 74. Local market, wheat. No.
t:
No.
2, nr.
flax,
&v,'r'
1,11's
w-
^'Ks Whoeler passed a very P»i"ful
with her wounds but in resting
comfortably to-day anl the w«irst
It was very fortunate that no
were injured.
Thp
(,ity
and property owners adjoin-
the new grades and bridge on the
n»^o°RIUNITYP
A
$10.00 now
10.00 now
1(MX) now
CORNER DRUG STORE.
0-»
0» »0 »x»tKH
)I'I:RA HOUSE. Hunt & Colgrove.
Opera House, December 14.
Firemen's Ball.
TICKETS, $1.00.
Ut«l Tta* Tali*
.• Milwitukt* «tl Paul fait««r,
•V .'FF.TL MLLL(U), U I HM'
.I.K*
|0ra
••a-t side of town on Washington avt-nu-.
art" building some very neat trestle
dewalk*.
Henry Stroeh returned from his Pa
eitle coast visit, last evening. For a
N o V & S I i U i n i a n S o e s a y s e a n
make more money in South Dakota than
he cat) on the coast.
p. tn
I «n
The Misses Lyons will make special
sale the rest of this week at bargain
prices of their whole st»x*k of trimmed,
street, children*' andother ttaished bats.
Call and tfet bargains.
(J. Johnson who was injured in a corn
shredder a few days ago and is still in
the hospital is doing well and it w QO%
thought that the remaining portion of
the hand may lie saved.
Rrv. K. Mrtteson conducted ser
vices at the late Frank Wilson funeral
in the.south part of the county yester
day. The remains were taken to Alex
andria for interment.
Father llnire, secretary of the state
board of repents, arrived from Aberdeen
this morning and spent the day at the
State Normal school, signing vouchers,
and returned home this evening.
Hon. N. Sampson of Franklin drove
over to Hrookings to day to attend a lit
erarv entertainment at the college, in
which two of his children take part.
Mr. Snmpson has three children attend
ing school in Mrcokings college and one
in the State Normal of this city. He
g.M'S to llrookings on •pfceiat invitation
of President Heston.
1. A. (iraham of Aurelia. Iowa, ha-*
been visiting his old neighbor, W. I homp
son of Franklin township, ami while
here purchased a farm in Chester town
*hi|.and will come next year to live
with us permanently. He was accom
panied by Mrs. Martha A. Thomas of
Maritte.O., mother of Mr*. Thompson,
who will remain until spring. Mr. (Jra
ham returned liotne to-day.
Jo». Dixon having closed Up
fanning operations in Lerov township in
good shape, and being iwtssessed of
means and leisure, will depart Monday for
Frostburg, Maryland, to spend the win
ter with his mother whom he has not
seen for many years. Mr. 1
ixon w one
of the men who came to South Dakota
about twenty years ago empty hande
and by honest ami faithful industry has
placed himnelf ill portion |o mm t^e
life easy.
Investers in I^»ke county IHIHIS are
just about as numerous at this tune of
year
as in the summer. Clms. U. Ken
*„edy e«-c»rt.il delegation of gentlemen
t„ the train this morning who departed
for the east. When «,ue*tmned by a
DAILY LKADKK rejxirter as to his guests,
Mr Kennedy replied that they were
Ul seekers. He had six of thorn on
hi» h»n.l» «t. ra«y. mostly fi-om low.,
land to every one of them.
utid sold
Kso'you
$8.oo
8.oo
8.oo
8.oo
155.00 now
ii.r0 now
5.00 now
EN S JACKETS and CAPES at bed rock prices.
liollda)' K*«'iir«ion Itatei*.
Hie C\. M. and St. P. Ry will give
Christ mas and New Year excurs 011
rates to points within 2'K) miles of Mad
ison for one and a fifth fare for the
round trip. Tickets sold December 24,
25, .'M. and January 1,1901. for continu
ous passage both ways, good to return
until January 2.
PRESIDENT OF SWITZERLAND.
PVMident itreiiner of Federal
Council Elected.
UhUNK, Dec. 14.—The vice prnident
of the federal council, Ernest lireuner
of Bale, has been elected president of
Switzerland tor l'JUl iu succession tu
Wuliher Haust-r of Zurich.
Dr. J. Zi-mp of Lucerne, who was
chii-f of tue ili artmeut of posts and
railrua'is, was elected vice president.
itrrrption for llcgrdilry.
YOKOHAMA, Nov. ::0, via Victoria, B.
C.. Dec. 14. —The only event of impor
tance during the past week has L»eeu
the treat reception given to Admiral
Leardsiey, U. b. N., retired, a garden
I«xrty having Ixeii arranged 111 h:^
honor at which the attendants were
dressed iu ancient costumes and every
possible relic which could be gathered
to retail the expedition of Commodore
M. A. Perry to Japan, in which the
admiral took part as midshipmau.
(jrorte (itiuld'it Yacht Sold.
KKW Y'OKK, Dec. 14.—George Gould's
steam yacht Atlanta, after long nego
tiations, is at last become the prop
erty of a South American republic.
Venezuela, however, is the purchaser
of the yacat instead
eloquent
good
Oalso
w
Special Cloak and Fur Coat Sale.
oan buy N0W
Ladies' Golf Cape, simply alright at
8.oo Ladies' Golf Capo, a swell one at
Ladies' Golf Cape, very pretty at
Ladies' Long Black Silk Plush at
Ladies' Long Black Fur Trimmed Braver at
There are others who have wired him
that they would Vie here in a day or two.
and so it goes. Mr. Kennedy says they
110 longer wait for the land excursion
trains, but that he has two or three such
inquiries and investers every day.
of
Colombia.
COOK k ODER.
Beautiful eyen. and a handsome face
a e
commendations. Hright
eves are windows to a woman s heart.
Rocky Mountain Tea makes bright
eves.
PRANK SMITH.
When the stomach is tired out it
mupt have a rest, but we can't live with
out food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "di
g.ists what you eat" so that you can eat
all the
food you want while it isre-
sto'ing the digestive organs to health,
it is the only preparation that digests
all kinds of food.
COOK & ODKE.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
RDER a hair uiattrew from Archer,
see samples of large picture
frames.
Wson
ANTED. Capable, reliable per
in every county to represent
large company of solid financial reputa
tion- salary Pr year, payable
weekly W P"
l,a'
1
Wtrade.
absolutely sure and
all expenses straight, bona-tide, definite
salarv. no commission salary paid each
Saturdav and expense money advanced
each week. STANDARD HOISE, CAXTON
ILPIN.1. CHICAGO.
CITY
residence lots for sale, to
*200. E.
Llaundrv
SHEKIHAN.
•ARM near city for rent.
CIIAS. B. KENNEDY.
AUNDRY. If you want tlrst-class
work, and prompt delivery,
i»atronize"the Madison Steam laundry.
O. T. FITLLKR.
ANTED. Men to learn barber
No limit to term. Constant
practice, expert instructions, lectures,
diplomas. Two years apprenticeship
saved. Graduates earn 112 w&ekly.
Catalogue and special offer free. Moler
Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn.
asy°u
8.5o Ladies' Long Black Satin Trimmed Braver at 8.00 now 6.5o
9.oo Ladios' Long Black Bucle .... 8.00 now 6.5o
2.75
Ladies' Long Black Bucle at 4.50 now 3.5o
4.oo
Pos­
session was formally transferred to th.
Venezuelan consul general in this city
during the day wh -n Napoleon Bc.»
Parz, special commissioner for his go\
ernment, paid $120,uou to Mr. Uvuld
agents.
shoalrt lie lioina bjr MldnlcM.
NEW YORK. Dec. 14.—Justice An
drews iu the supreme court has hanue i
down u decision in which he holds that
a woman should be homo by miduigh
The question arose on an application
by Florence A bell, a dressmaker, t«
eujoiu Jacob A. Omdrake, her land
lord, from closing the front door of the
house and not immediately admitting
her when she rang the bell.
Cold and cough cures ape numerous
but the one that leads all others in
merit, is Koley s Honey and Tar, which
is demand these davg.
CHKIS. SCHVTZ.
Don't use any of the counterfeits of
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Most
of them wre worthless or liable to cause
injury. The original DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve is a certain cure for piles,
eczema, cuts, scalds, burns, sores and
skin dkmmm,
Toilet cases
Photo albums
Kodak albums
Auto, albums
never bought before.
$12.00 now $ 9.oo
10.00 now 7.5o
8.00 now 6.5o
12.00 now lo.oo
12.00 now lo.oo
Hake Your
Celluloid toys, with toilet articles 1.25 to
rtedallions 25c to
Pocketbooks 5oc to
Perfumes, in cut glass bottles loc to
Books, copyrights and otherwise 15c to
Juvenile books 5c to
Bibles 5oc to
o s o
Booklets and calenders lc to
Games
Masonic Temple.
'Phone Call No. 1.
NO MATMlilAL CUAMig.
Amended K*tra«liti«u Treaty W Uh 6fW'
Hritstin MgiU'd.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14.—A treaty
has been concluded between the United
States and Great lkitaiu, amendatory
of the existing extradition treaty and
intended to correct certain imperfec
tions in that instrument developed by
receut experience. The changes do not
materially effect the scope or principles
of the existing treaty, the chief item in
tho list being a provision classifying as
a crime subject to extradition the ob
taining of mouey under fslse pretenses.
Will Look Attn Holland'* Iiiter«-i»U.
AMSTKKPAM, Dec. 14. At the request
of The Netherlands government Ger
many has telegraphed to the German
consul at Lorenzo Marques to take care
ot The Net her lauds iuterests during
tho abscuce of a Dutch consul at thai
Vjrt,
Wree [of Charge.
Any adtrtt suffering from a cold set
tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat or
lung troubles of any nature, who will
call at Cook Odees will be presented
with a sample bottle of Boshees Ger
man Syrup, free of charge. Only one
bottle given to one person, and none to
children without order from parents.
No throat or lung remedy ever had
such a sale as Boshees German Syrup
in all parts of the civilized world.
Twenty years ago millions of bottles
were given away, anil your druggists
will tell you its success was marvelous.
It is really the only throat and lung
remedy generally endorsd by physicians.
One 75 cent botttle will cure or prove its
value. Hold ty Mors in all civilized
countries.
5c to
Until farther notice
Christmas Money Count.
We can be positive in regard to our
holiday line. We know we can do you
good. We have an immense line ot just
those gifts that suit best. They were
bought right and will be sold the same
way. We want you to come to the store
as soon as you like take time to see the
goods and note the prices. We know
what the result will be.
A SUGGESTION: This week as a
help in getting started right on the hol
iday buying, we suggest that you take
your pencil and make a memorandum
of those you have to buy for. Check off
on the following list those goods most
suitable and then come to the store and
see the goods. See also many not men
tioned here:
Ebony Goods—Plain or Silver riounted—ALL PRICES.
other beautiful gift.
I
ABOUT FUR COATS-Well, HI just
simply say this: Come and take them
at Wholesale Prices! Where can you
do better?
Dan McKinnon.
75c to $lo.oo Violins 3.oo and up
25c to 7.oo Mandolins .... 5.00 and up
4oc to 5.oo Accordions ... 3.00 to 7^oo
5c to 1.25 5ilver knives and forks (Wm.
6.00 Rogers, & 18471 3.75 to 4.oo
7,5o 1 Teaspoons 1 Wm. Rogers, & 18^T) I.50 to 4.oo
3.oo Silver tea seats ... 4.00 to 3o.oo
4.oo Fountain pens l.oo to I.50
2,5o Gold pens ... 1.00 o I .50
l.oo Gold rings, plain and Mt 50c to 25.00
7.oo Diamond rings ... 6.00 toJ8s.oo
2,75 Clocks ... 1.00 and up
75c Gents watches 2.50 to 4o.oo
l.oo Ladies watches All prices
FRANK SMITH
XMAS PRESENTS.
If you want something really' artistic, pretty, desirable
and elevating, step in and examine our beautiful statuary.
It makes a lovely gift, and so cheap, too. We also carry the
celebrated Hampshire Pottery in many elegant designs.
Please look at our albums, photo boxes, dolls, toys, books,
toilet cases, xmas cards, medallions, opal
ware, and
BEAR IN MIND
That we carry In utock nery fine assortment
jewelry, gold watches, chains, lockets, emblem charms, stick
pins, brooches, diamonds, etc. In silverware^we have all the
latest designs in cake baskets, berry dishes, bon bons, Jfish
sets, salad sets, and all other articles madejin^silver.
We also have an elegant line of gold-plated clocks, real
beauties, Please come and see them.
Do not forget our cut glass. It is American cut, and of
the very best quality. Examine it and judge for yourselves.
IN REGARD TO PRICES.
having been in the different wholesale establishments
and manufactories, we bought where we could* do| the best,
consequently we give our customers the benefit"of the cheap
prices.
shall
C. H. WOOD,
Mil
every
of
late
Druggist and Jeweler.
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