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SHOES
D. McKINNON.
'SAY
TEACHERS!
Our grand Valen
tine Sale com
mences to-day. Do
you intend to pre
sent all in your
class with a valen
tine? If you do
come early and get
your choice. We
have to-day a good
assortment of lc-2c
-3c-4c-5c. Just what
you want for school
purposes.
Chris Schutz
Corner Drug Store.
Union
Evangelistic
Services
TO-NIGHT
at the M. E. Church at 7:30.
Dr. HcCaslen will preach.
Prof. Coultes will lead the
singing.
Subject To-Night
i
"THE HOST LIBEHBL!
THING IK THE WORLD'i
fleeting for Bible Study each
day, 3:00 p. m. Everybody
invited.
Letil Time T»tle
Of th» i hk-aeo, Mil-vanke and Mt. Paul railway,
which tooK effect suiiday, October 13 IW'1.
Traire ^aet—
depart* 10:.i0a. been working over
Way fr-uht No. rl, 4:1"1 a.
Pteiirht No. \TT4, d-j.arts 5:j.1p.in
Arrivinelrorn the fast—
Mixt-'i No". Ml, arrives
3:'S)p.
Way freight No. 95, arrives 5:20 p.
freiL'nt No. ,'73, arrives 7:1.0 a.
Trains wesrt—
111xed, No.
IVT, departs :j :50 p.
jffzed, No. 5* ,arrives ... 10:10 tt.
Trair.s north—
Puf's-in.'-r No.vfil, p.
P»--"ii^r, No. arrives 10:20 t.
Fr-i.'ht No. 273, !•'*•.'»rt u. rn
fV-i-'i.t No. -,'7l. arrive
p.
All these trains are dallrexcept Sunday.
S. S)ftENS'»N. Local Aaent.
dje Ipatlit
MADISON, fOL'TH NiKOTA,
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY
S. 1902
THE CITY.
Local Gram Market.
The Madison grain buyers have
adopted the following scale and prices
of grain, the latter to change from day
to day according to market reports:
Wheat, Xo. 1 Northern 01
"Wheat, No. 2 Northern 59
Vheat, No. 3 57
Wheat,
No. i
Barley
54
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•C*ts. 33
Ha* $U/
41^43
Weather Forecast.
Fair and continued cold to night
Sunday, probably snow, with rising
temperature.
LOCAL NEWS,
For
rent, part of hou-\
four rooms.
Inquire at this office.
Found, lady s lace-bordered
chief.
This
A good grade of
handker­
office.
maple
sjrap,
gallon, at Ginder Bros.
75c per
(irant Simpson of Sioux Falls is reg
istered at the Lake Park.
The afternoon passenger train is re
ported three hour* late this evening.
For rent. Five-room hou^e and 2}-{
acres ground,
just north
A. P. Allen,
rrffuncjet} anti
of tjlandpipe.—
P. W. Walsh.
Miss Cora Matheney
has
returned
from her Miner county school for
a two
weeks' vacation.
May wheat closed in Minneapolis yes
terday at lih opened to day at 74
closed at $•
editor
For
of
sale.
the
Volga
Tribune, was an arrival on the north and
spent the day with old friends in the
city.
Seven room cottage,
only
two blocks from normal school, with
barn, well and cistern. Inquire of E. A.
Arthur.
The Fraternal Brotherhood of Ameri
ca will organize a new lodge in K. P.
hall Monday
evening with
forty charter
members.
Chris. Schutz set up two elegant new
•-foot show cases in his store to-day.
They are mainly
plate glass
in
frame
of
antique oak.
Dr. Wm. Lowe returned from Ramona
on the morning train. He reports the
17-year-old son of Dan O'Connell quite
ill with pneumonia.
Have you investigated that 25 per
cent 'guaranteedi saving on coffee, at
(linder Bros., as represented or money
you keep the goods.
Marriage licenses have been issued to
J. D. Carmody and Florence Fazendin
of Ramona. and to A. W. Cornly of How
ard and Mrs. Dora B. Pitts of Winfred
2 Departures east were Christ Schaller,
of Fairmont, Minn., who had been visit
ing his brother-in-law, Peter Marquart,
for a few days also Miss Olson for Col
man
Adolph Schmidt moved his safe and
other effects to day from the Masonic
Temple block ot his new office in the
)dd Fellows' block on the south side of
the ground floor.
We pay cash for labor. $18 and ex
penses weekly. Salary at end of each
veek. Expenses advanced. Traveling
I osition. No canvassing. The Colum
bia House, 324 Dearborn, Chicago.
The driver of a Willard livery barn
iior.ie this morning encountered a drove
uf street urchins and a mule at the corn
er of Sixth street. The horse became
badly frightened, reared and fell over
backward on the buggy, smashing the
tills.
When the young people of B. Moran's
household returned home from the
dance this morning they found their
parents and one of the children suffo
cated with coal gas. The physician has
them closely to-day
and all will recover.
Little Myrtle Grinnell was the recipi
ent of a distinguished honor last eve
ning. Her classmates of Washington
school, fourteen in number, came in a
body and surprised her by making mer
ry at her home with all the good things
imaginable to eat besides.
landrau Herald, 6: Arthur IJille
brand and his brother, Clarence, stopped
off here Friday on their return to
Princeton, after a visit with a brother at
ebster, S. D. While here Arthur
Hillebrand completed arrangements to
put in a ball team here this season.
Egan Express, 6: Tuesday morning
Mrs. Edker Burton arrived from Madison
to assist her husband in the revial ser
vices which he is holding in the baptist
church. Mrs. Burton is a very fine sing
er and captures her congregations by
her rendering of some of the old hymns.
Farmers in the city to-day have deci
ded to hold a farmers' institute in the
opera house, Madison, Saturday, March
1. The institute will be conducted by
local talent, and
a
meeting of all inter­
ested in this movement will be held here
Saturday, February
15, to prepare the
program of the institute.
The G. A. R. ball last night was the
usual decided success. The comrades
had everything
in
readiness and the
crowd was immense, parties coming in
from the country sixteen miles to attend.
The total receipts of the evening were
Halsteaa's orchestra gave the
danccers its best which is always satis
factory, and the supper served in Odd
ellows hall by the comrades is praised
by everybody who partook
as
est quality.
of the fin­
Volga Tribune. 6: Sheriff Oiura and
his deputy, Frank Pood,
wont
Tlie H»-ht
S O E S
OPERA H0U5E.
CONCERT,
Sioux Falls last Thursday with Geo.
Kohl and Fred Hayes, who were sen
tenced to one and two and one-half
years respectively in the penitentiary
Kohl robbed a boy at Elkton and Hayes
is the man who stole the overcoats from
the Presbyterian church in Brookings.
Mr. Oium informed the writer that dur
ing his time in office three years- he
had taken fifteen prisoners to Sioux
Falls.
E. P. Grinager
this morning from Lisbon. N. D.. stating
that an elder brother, T. P. Grinager
had died last evening. Deceased w s
forty years of age and leaves a wife and
oie
child. Last fall he had a severe at
tack of pneumonia and though he has
been able
to
In order to make room for our Spring Stock we arc closing out a line of shoes at J®*
prices This is one of the greatest shoe bargains ever offered in the city an we invi y
them. It comprises Ladies' dents' and Children's Shoes. Come while the line is complete.
DODE-FISK
This organization is stranger than ever, carrying in all
fifteen people, five that are vaudeville artists, who appear in
the concert with singing and dancing specialties.
Prices within the reach of all.
35-25-15C.
DANCE TICKETS. $1.00.
Seats on sale at Corner drugstore Thursday, Feb. 6.
received a
be around since has never
fully recovered, Owing to the bad rail
way connections between here and
that
point, and a Sunday intervening in
which trains do not run it is doubtful if
the friends here could reach Lisbon for
the funeral
and. may conclude
not
to
start.
Andrew Tufte's spirted driver took a
dash down Egan avenue at noon from
the Fifth street crossing and soon
collided with the rear end of a delivery
wagon, crushing the front wheel of the
buggy and bringing the horse and ve
hicle up in a round turn in front of the
McCallister furniture store. In the
melee Mr. Tufte was thrown from the
buggy and knocked senseless by the fall
while both "fills were snapped and Un
horse ran down iuto Midkiff's barn. Mr.
Tufte was taken into the store and came
to in a little while and is going about
his business this afternoon, not much
the worse for wear.
Watertown Public Opinion, 5: Eugene
Wilson has bought a half interest in the
Koehler bowling alley. Koehler. the
junior, will soon depart for Brookings
county where he will tackle the virgir.
soil and become a horny-fisted son of toil.
The parents of his better half reside in
Brookings county, and after much per
suasion they have induced A. B. Koehler
to quit town life for the country, so that
their daughter might be near ''the old
folks at home." Mr. Wilson, the new
proprietor, is one of the sturdy and re
liable citizens of the place. The estab
lishment will be largely under his con
trol. as his partner, Mr. J. B. Koehle-,
will spend at least a portion of his time
at Madison, S. D., where his family re
ides.
l'la*t«r.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Haini and bound to
the alTected parts is superior to an}
plaster. When troubled with laiui
back or pains in the side or chest, give
it a trial and you are certain to be more
than pleaded with the prompt relief
which it alForde. Pain Balm aluo curt a
rheumatism. One application gives re
lief, For sale by all druggists,
FIRE IN A HOTEL.
Lots of $100,000 in a Minneapolis Con.
ffagration.
Minneapolis, Feb. 8.—Fire gutter}
the Vendome hotel, a 3-story building
between Hennepin and Nicollet ave
nues on Fourth street, during thp
morning. The loss is estimated at
J100,000.
The guests in the hotel had narrow
escapes but all escaped in safety. The
fire started at 3 a. m. and wa»
not
der control until 8 o'clock.
down to
un­
The sky looks bluer, the sun shir.ee
brighter, a feeling of youth and strength
creeps over the soul after taking Rocky
.Mountain Tea made by the Madison
Medicine Co. 3" cents.
FRANK SMITH.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
CITF
residence lots
for Bale,
|15
to
E. SIIEBIDAW.
The l. lamb lumukr co. has
I dry lumber slabs, maple and oak
wood for side in large or small quanti.
1 ^UN'DRY- ,If want fir«rt-cla»
Ulaundrr work, aod prompt delivery,
pfttxofiiM the Madieon Hteam laundry
O. T.FCLLK*.
Hunt & Colfcrove.
BAND & DANCE
CONCERT.
MONDAY, FEB. 10
If you would have an appetite like
all drug stores.
telelgram
a
tear and a relish for your meals take
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets*. They correct disorders of the
stomach and regulate the liver and
bowels Price, 25 cjnts. Samples free
at
OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT
FEB'Y 13th
UNIVERSITY
CONCERT
BAND
and their
wm HIES.
34--PEOPLE--34
Big street parade Thursday.
Watch for Red Uniforms.
PRICES, 35c & 25c.
No extra charge for reserved
seats, on sale Tuesday at the
Corner drug store.
A. L. OESTLUND,
INSTRUCTOR
IN nusic.
Private lessons on the
PIANO,
ORGAN,
VIOLIN &
v,
MANDOLIN.
Also in Harmony and Theory
of Music.
P. O. Lock Box 189.
FRESH STOCK
CANNED GOODS
Just arrived and we are
closing out our old stock at a
great sacrifice to make room.
FRESH SUPPLY OF
Clarksville
SWEET CIDER,
CANDIES,
CIGARS
BAKED GOODS.
COLE & COLE.
•IK stamped C. C. C. Never sold In h*.
Bmrare of the dealer who trim U mN
"MAething gMd
D'
HSPMiESIHm!'!.
HE THAT 15 STRICKEN,
FINE WATCH,
CLOCK,
JEWELRY
Fresh & Salt Meats*.
Cured Hams
Sausage & Fish
Orditr* pi'uinpUj? delivered
city. Call ri*1 try u».
LOUIS MALONEY
A",NT""Sioux
Sample Rooms Corntr I |t«n Ave.
MMIIMIIMM
SOIL IS HERE!
Co" Weather is Coming!
HARD & SOFT COAL
in the market. I would be pleas,
to receive orders for yourseason',
supply.
WM. FINTZEL,
Hyde Elevator Co,
SHOES.
McKINNON.
CANNOT FORflET HI5 EYESIGHT LOST
.Oyour Eyes trouble you. I' *o» 6®me in and have
them examined FREE. Special price on all fitting of
Spectacles during the month of February.
REPAIRING & ENGRAVING.
C. H. WOOD, Drugs & Jewelry.
STEWART STEEL RANGE
Sold By CRIST RENSCH.
DURABILITY,
PIERFKCT OPERATION,
ECONOMY IN FUEL.
JlfEWART STEEL R.Wil:^ combine all these points of*
merit, and have every convenience found in other ranges as
well as many features of their own. We guarantee them the
best and cheapest.
have put in a line of genuine Aluminum kitchen
furniture, will neither rust nor tarnish, nnd invite you to call
examine it. f!RTST P/F.'VflP'Kr
ST. VALENTINE DAY.
We have an extraordinary line of Val-
entines this season and if you intend to i
I
properly observe the day w© know this
line will satisfy your taste. All sizes. I
shapes and prices at i
Palace Meat
you to i
CRIST RENSCH
COOK & ODEE.
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J. P. NISSEN.
DEALER IN
CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS.
Fails Brewing Co.
4ih
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