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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, April 08, 1901, Image 3

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THE
this store
SELL
and
GUARANTEE
KALAMAZOO
CELERY &
SARSAP1LLA
COMPOUND.
to do just what we
claim for.
11 Pin.
)0 CURE.
3 large bottles for
$2.50. Nothing can
be trirer.
Chris Sehutz
Corner Drug Store.
Vegetables!
AT (UNDER BROS.
Carrots, Parsnips,
ONIONS.
Rutabagas, Cabbage.
APPLES, BANANAS,
ORANGES.
WE BAKE
EVERY DAY.
GINDER BPOS.
Union Sets 15c per qt.
o omnium
REMOVED.
I NEW MILLINERY.
NEW STYLES.
LADIES' HATS
and
5
I KNMINUS of the
daintiest
patterns at MY
store
across th® street
FO'NI the old location.
now.
WE OFFER FOR
SPRING 5 SUMMER
the newest and
Jauntiest effects in
Walking Skirts.
£UuUt fcaber
MADISON, SfU'XJi IMKOTA.
MONDAY, AI*UIIX, I:«U.
TIM* TlklD
Of tho ctilri»L'", ani M. Paul railway,
which t.xik i samUjr, March iT, 1901.
Tralne Holm: n^t—
I'aniifiirfiT N". s, il'part* 10:40 a.
Way fr»-l^ht No. depart* 4:"'' a. in
fr-lK'ht N« V4, 6:4) p.m
Arrlviii^fnun tin- e»«t—
No. l,ttrriv»» 8: IS p.
W«y No. y.', arrive* 5-J'i p.
Pr»*U.'M No. 71, arrive# «:"Sa. in
Train* wM—
Mlx-5, No departs 4:iO p.
Mixed, No. ..tO'J" a.
Train* north
Piuifwiik'i-r, No. 'Jrtl, dopnrt# p. nj
VAUMTijfcr. No.»«, arrtv.*# a.
Pri-t^hi, No. it? (, depart* 7*•!' a. ni
V+ luht, Nu.iTI, arrive 5:'«'p.ni
All thoce tralna are tUiir except MindUy.
K. Ii. 'AMrHKLi., Local Agent.
THE CITY.
LOCAL NEWS.
Levi l. Wait of Howard was in th
city to-day.
Jenks A Cross and Sid U
n*w awning to day.
New advertisements Opera
("itri-i Schutz, Cook A Odee.
50
No. 51.
raised
hou-
Weather forecast: Threatening and
colder to-night Tuesday fair.
Robt. Zimmeiuann ani ('has. Powers
of Wentworth were county seat visitor
thi- afternoon.
A coursing meeting is called for Dr.
Daniel*" office tlii- evening and every
hotly is requested to be present.
May wheat closed Saturday, at W.j
opened to day at 7(MH highest, 7U*«
clo-ed at 7«Local market, wheat, No.
1.
llert Jates' Philippine monkey has
htM-n the object of much curiosity to-day,
while going through its antics in .1. J.
Fitzgerald's show window.
The ladies of the Pre-by terian
Missionary six'iety will give a supper at
the home of Mrs. A. W. Clark, to
-morrow
from 5 to H. Supper 10 cents.
Health Officer DutT went to Ramona
Saturday and fumigated the residences
of the late small pox patients and re
leased the families from quarantine.
I rank Fox departed north for Minne
sota at Henry Jones for Lake Preston,
on the evening train. Mrs. J. M. Wal
ker returned home from Sioux l*all.
Hamlin County News,*.: A. H. Corn
well went to Madison yesterday morn­
ing
to meet his wife, who has been re
eeiving treatment at the hospital there.
Mr. Lewis Monty of Medregor, Iowa,
ited his parents here
over Sunday, and
-accompanied home to-day by
posed
ooooo
his
-i-ters Lily and C.race for a week's visit.
.las. Spear and W. J. erguson of
liamona were in the city to day looking
up matters in connection with the pro
Modern
building of the new
Woodmen hall in that place.
Landlord Hartlett went east to-day to
look up a new location in the hotel bus.
ness, it having been decided by the
O l\ of this city to tear tho Mad.st.n
house
down and begin the erection or
their new block at an earh da.
Kanuma Times, .5: H. 1). llerther was
i o w n o w n
time since the smallpox quarantine. He
states that he docs not think the mem
bers of his family had the smallpox.
Mrs.l'auley and children of Winfred
v
,:
nt
through to Wentworth to visit
former friend, before depar u,g
Little Falls. Minn., where Mr 1 aul. w i
now engage in milling with his »ro
Lake Madison Chautauquans
hear with regret that Uev
You Can't Help But Think of Spring
I
MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS
ROMEO AND JULIET.
Friday & Saturday,
ir-t la«# d*atara' tOiow
TO PAY
tyre of Chicago, who lias lectured here
so entertainingly, is obliged to give up
his preaching on account of throat trou
ble and he will retire from the pastorate.
Departures east today were Mrs.
Hugh Robinson and two children to
visit the former's parents at Scotch
drove, Iowa Mr-. .Joseph Opperud to
visit friends at Canton ClitI liingham
for Sanborn, Iowa, and Win. Tobin for
Sioux Fulls.
Flandreau s weather observer reports
a mean temperature for thfl month of
March of M2
degrees
end
of month, soil in good conditio!
Howard Democrat. 5: Kev. hd-on
informs
us that l'.ishop Hare will build
a residence in Madison to cost
use of the Episcopal minister who ba
the mission station of Madison and How
art!....Joe Thornton, who was sent to
the pen from this county some time ago.
and who was recently released, is under
arrest again for stealing goods from T.
J. Fitzgerald's store at Madison. Frank
Fox was instrumental in his capture.
The Kaster exercises at the M. K.
church yesterday were of a high charac
ter and nicely carried out. 'lhe parts
wel1
The Faster anthems were of a high or
der and exceptionally well rendered by
the choir. The church was nicely decor
atedwith Howers. Large congregatun
attended both morning and evening.
A missionary offering amounting t"
$175 was* received at the morning
the Milwaukee has always been
to any other line building this
into
Wednesday, for the lirst time
arrangements
1 OTlors^Th "quaHtywe guarantee, the prices we iet you be
McKibbin
Every department is crowded with the display of NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE. In the "ready to
wear apparel" for women, our stock never before demonstrated our leadership so forcefully.
No matter what you have heard about Silk Waists you
haven't heard the best part of the story until you hear
a o u O U W A I S S W e a v e e
in the latest shades, from vu«(J
Before doing your summer sewing don't fail to see our line of Ladies' and Children's Muslin Underwear.
DAN McKINNON.
OPERA HOUSE. Hunt & Colgrove.
MADAME ELSIE DE TOURNEY
5eats on Sale Wednesday at Corner Drug Store.
PRICES:
tf
the program taken by the children of
the Sunday school w*'
Cu
M.
vice.
The Sinn* Falls Journal of the
5th
gives the following ostensible account of
how or w hy the lUirlington road backed
out of building the Madison Sioux I an
railroad: "It is a well known fact
that
opposed
proposed
road for the reason that it taps some of
their best territory and would be an in
jury to them. The Hurlington is goit
the twin cities anil it is going to
cost them several millions for terminal
facilities and right of-wny to do so un
less they could make arrangements with
the Milwaukee to run over their line for
a distance. When it came to making
to do this the Milwaukee
company made as one of the
that the Madiaon exteu«»iou
It was stopped."
will
I
Kobt. Meln
conditions
Uj
OST. A bunch at key I, Finder re
^turn to thisofllce.
i iinn "iuvv»
MCK
10 wvaUU
Under Guarantee
Two Nights in
Apr. 12-13
LOWER FLOOR 50e.
GALLERY 35c.
CHILDREN 25c.
COOK 4. ODEE.
FRED KURTH.
i i i o i .t rnLU nun I n. I unn n c.
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E. E. HYLAND.
TOM CAREY
Non-Partlsan City Convention.
A non-partisan city convention will I
held at the city hall, in Madison, S. D..
Friday evening, April 1*2. 1J*1, at
gates
highest tempera­
ture ('•, on the 17th. lost 0 below on the
5th. Total precipitation .54 inch, total
snow fall inches at four different times.
Seeding at afternoon intervals from «:5i
to
Third ward,
s
o'clock, for the purpose of placing in
nomination the following city officer-:
Oi.e assessor, one school treasurer. The
several wards of the city will be entitled
to the following representation: First
w trd. S delegates Second ward, 8 dele­
ti
delegates Fourth,
ward 3 delegate*. And to transact such
other business
AS
may properly con
tefafe the convention.
J. M. Drn\ Chairman.
Tlie lie*l lllootl Purifier.
The blood is constantly beiug puritied
by the lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep
thepe organs in a healthy condition and
the bowels regular and you will have no
need
of a blood puritier. l*r this pur
pose there is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Stomach ami Liver Tablets, one
dose of tluli) will do you more «ood than
a dollar l»ottle of the best blood puritier.
l*riue, 'J5 cents. Samples free at all
drug stores.
Beautifying method? that injure the
skin and health are dangerous. l»e
beautiful without discomfort by taking
Rocky Mountain Tea. Sunshiney faces
follow its use. .'15 cents.
FRANK SMITH.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
OST. Haiti case of blue enameled
watch. Return to Lake Park hotel.
1(1 Alt CLIPPINGS for sale at John
lists' cigar factory —50 cents per
pound.
N
011
OR TO THE PUBLIC. Ail res-
hereby notified to clean up their premi
ses at once, removing all winure heaps
garoage piles and ashes.
April S, ItH'l.
J. M. DUK. City llaalth Officer.
Jetc.10credand
RAYING team work: trunks,
scavenger work a specialty.
Lake and sand for sale, also hard and
soft wood at L. Lamb lumber yard. Call
'phone 73. W. H. (IKIXKIX.
i LL kinds of repairs for sewing ma
chines. Mini sewing machine needles
at the postotlice book stand.
IREFD your mares to TtiOMAS W.
jstandard bred, register ll(n
EMOYFP my shop to Kgan ave.. 0th
door north of Madison State Rank.
A. AUT HKK.
ALARCtK
ASSORTMENT of trunks,
valises and telescopes, at
P. A. llKKt.g's
$15
fITY residence lots ftr sale, fl to
1
I I N A
h..v a nobby Spring Hat? Don't do it until you see ours. You can't afford to S
Do you want t. y
OUR TAILOR HADE SUITS
Are the very things to catch
the eye and captivate the
fancy of good dressers. We
have them rang
ing in price from yO lv iyiiJ
I Masonic Temple
'Phone Call N»»
|CK
of the city.
•ee A. W.
I i- SUKHIHAX.
Guaranteed
Salary
M.'« and WOW'1
__^——— i=7_.
|argest and assorted
Hat at BURNETT & CO.
GET DESIRABLE
WALL PAPER.!
You don't want paper just like some
body else used last year. You want the
very newest colorings and designs to be
1 had. Much of the paper sold in^the small
er cities is at least one year old in design.
Our stock is strictly up-to-date. We have
learned something about the methods of
Wall Paper makers, and if you come here
you can choose the same new designs that
are being shown for the first time in the
eastern cities. The newest costs nothing
extra.
FRANK SMITH.
CARPET OPENING.
We have an entire line of samples of
CARPETS from one of the largest carpet
houses in the west and we2sliallfcbe pleas
ed to make yovi close prices.
NOW 15 A CHANCE
TO BUY A CARPET
from a large line and buy it cheap.
YKAKl.V.
1,1
THE FAIR.
purl
ice delivered to an\
'Phone, 53-2.
HI HHF.I.I. BKO*.
AUNPRY. If you want tirst-class
|_lmindry work, and prompt delivery,
patronize the Madison Steam laundry.
O. T. FI i-M B.
$900
ro T"--lit n*
txiin.' t. (r:i\•'! lmr ethi'r^ tor local
work l.i.ikiiiL' nft'T our iiit-T-'-tf. salary
iruanntoed yearly: extra f.mnniwion and e\
lioiii^i'!', rapid ailvaiu t'iinMit, old t'^tatili^luvl liou^e
Uraiui rlianc." fer oarn«'!?t man .r woman to swur*
lil.'asant, i»nnan«'nt jo!»ititn, lil»«*ral h.t'onit* and
future. New. Urilliant lilies. Write at one*.
STAFFORD L'RKSS.
Church St. \f» llav«-u. onu
,ine0,
the
1
I
+4*
CITY
MEAT MARKET,
JOHN SCHULTZ Pioprietocl
Keep coaetantly on hand ft fol
line of
Fid ml meats
Fi«b, fowl and Game in season.
I Eff&n avenue.
latest shapes and s
mmmmm
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