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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, August 11, 1902, Image 3

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DISCOUNT.
Make use of this
portunity as it
ill last only
this
oiitl). Borders
Id for same price
side wall.
liris Schutz,
Drug Store.
The opening of the
adion
opera ln»u.«c uctOT
TURDAY AUG. 30
Wnh
Hut bright and
»itty comedy
Breezy
Time.
i, i* the third tour of
play through this scction but
rt ti^it to Madison. Hir
baring limn* spjak very
of thi- attraction and
as a
eastern company plays the
round wc arc confident the
will be enjoyed by
all. rui­
ns: closely but not too
near is
KEI) HOT ICICLE,"
and
SUitn IN CHINATOWN."
hiih will in: announced
later.
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20 lb? Granulated Sugar
XXXX Coffee, per lb
4 lbs. Cut Loaf Sugar
17 lbs. Cut Loaf Sugar
turnrd to duty and John Meson* ittuiwd
Saturday tcning.
My n %idriir**», at the r«rt«*r of Wa-h
log ton av«*nu* and S^v«*nth sttrrft. fur
sale at a l»ar»:»io. A. l%»*lor.
F. S. Ilaitiii?un of Oldham wa* Wf**
t«*ro*l at thr i'ommerfial and I~ |.
of Canton, at thr Ulh1 I'ark.
!nof to day.
Arrival* fr»»m the i*a*tt. Mr«. .!»"«. Il»
^Aii and little dauifhtvr, J.
CANNED GOODS.
Egg Plums per can
Green Oage Plums per can
Apricots
Peaches
Pears
Cherries
Preserved Strawberries
Another Invoke at those Cheap Ribbons
in color*.
STODDARD & HALSTEAD,
Mil•
A marriage lirotj-w' *ah todiy
to John J. Nunnrmakor and »ra^c L.
Wattor*. of tho south part of thocountv.
S. M. who lir»»« near Colton
*a«* in town Saturday e*»»ning for aca*
k« for hi« if«\ atffnl 57 yrarn, who di«ni
of dn p-y Saturday. Thr
fuorrml
took
M-
large arrt.
lej artnrr« rrnrfh
Mun-*on,
ir*. Frml Hall. M» I. C'urrio of |{a
uina. and other* of tb# rmwo »'i
riirM»nitt*.
\V. K. Dani. U drovo in from McCook
r«»unt) tl»»«» fun-noon and n j»«rt*4 oorn.
young nulli't and lat* potato.^ badly
fn»^n. anl travi ling mm from other
point* in the Mat- and far into Minno^o
ta H*y« tW fru»t ijurtlul uvt a
ering of the tem|erature.
Col. Murray ha* been doiog service in
a Turing
iwiimoiih
Thm*"
Thee*curHion whifh went out to U
Cn»«ie Saturday evening look *ixt tlve
|iast*engers from thin |oint, most o
whom returned thin morning and »ay
they had a pleasant tio»e. Unghe
and Dr. Kdwards of Uke Preston who
drove down here Saturday and took in
the excursion drove back home us
morning. Witor Keeves and othern of
Howard sjK'nt the day here until the
evening train.
Arrivals from th« north, (Jeo. W. K*»
kie,
VAI Coffey,
M. J.
I
thl»»
(••xi. Ctwdtrane. Mr-. t». M*( allintcr.
A. II. Smith, and Mr. and Mr^. W. C.
|*,wt of Winona. Minn.. »ho have been
gue«t«« of A. W. Clark. Willie MoCrath
f. Oldham to
ft
«orli «Uh Sur*«for
The rejiorter of
W.
K. Smj the.
A alight fr«*t thia morning »ho*rd »tH
etTiH*tf« on the mor*4 tender vine*, but no
damage of confluence en^utd. A re
|H.rt ronifn of a big cyclone at Aberdeen
Saturday evening which may probably
have had something to do with the low
1
for twi dese rving wid
own of decea»»ed soldiers in thin count).
He ha* mcured a j»en»ion for Mr*. Hex
ni I'reHtttn. »idow of the late J. M.
Prenton, of thi* city, at |n month,
dating from January 2. IWS. and anoth­
er for Johanna L. t'.
Cha*. Heuer. near Weiitworth. at W jxr
month from .late of ap|»lif«tion.
Urennan. it-
part urea eaat, A. K. Fuller, Horenca
lOc
10c
ISC. 2125C.
17c
THE NEW FIRM
We beg to announce to the public that we have purchased the
o entire stock of
DRUGS, JEWELRY, STATIONERY, WALL PAPER,
SCHOOL BOOKS. PAINTS. OILS. ETC.. from Mr. Woodc The Old
Reliable") and will continue the business at the old stand. We so
licit continued favors shown the old firm and many new custom
ers. Each department is in competent and experienced hands and
we feel that a trial will convince the public tliat we are here to do
business as it should be done. Truly,
Gri-gij for Inland. Iowa. Mr*. Herb Put
ney and children for Waupun, Wi»..
Mrs. Fred Stolt*ajar. for Wells, Minn.,
Mrs. John O'Hrien for St. Paul. Helen
and Tho*. Smith, children of I. P.
Smith, for Akron. Iowa, Raymond Mc
Clenon f»»r Walton. N. V.. r.-j aratnry to
going to »K'hool in the east.
Hugo FiUinger announces that ho
will close the Central hotel to day a- he
intend* to u-e the oftice part for asa
loon. The re*t of the house will be
The
Don
Lkajh
•got licketi yesterday, licked good and
hard. The licking came as the result of
an innocent mistake in announcing in
Saturday's IUiiy LKM»Kii that there
wa- a new arrival at the home of Mr.
and Mr*. Harvey Jones, which was not
true. The item was given us in good
faith by our informant and we published
jit in good faith, believing it to be true.
It was gathered as hundreds of other
items an1 that are true, in the ordinary
course of our search for news. W e pub
lished it with the kindliest intention in
the world, thinking we were doing Mr.
and Mrs. Jones an honor and at the
I same time giving the news to their
friends and others. W e are sorry it hap
pened. as we would rather be licked nnv
day than have an item of this delicate
nature wrong. As we were on the jKimt
'of starting for church yesterday fore-
noon. Harvey Jones called at our houe
and wanted to know if we would go dow n
I to tinder's store and face the gentleman
who gave us the information. We
I went, and while the gentleman was pro
ceding with his explanation. O. S.
I Jones, brother of Harvey, who appear,
I the most ortleious in the atTair. threw ort
his coat and with an oath was going to
strike the gentleman. Wo intervened
and remonstrated with him, w un e
turned his attack full upon us, h.s
brother assisting him. We offered no
resistance and they pummeled us plen
ty. When we got out of the scrimmage,
battered, bruised and bleeding, rlaret
running froiu our nose faster than vve
could run from our assailants, we grab
bed our crushed Sunday hat. got out
the back door aud sprinted up the alley,
and being in no condition to go to
church we went home. There we dis
covered our ears par boiled and our hat
not half big enough for our head, lhe
bystanders probably wonder why we
would not tight! Well.i« thetirst^e
it is againat our principle* me*
6 lbs. Broken Rice
4 lbs. Best Rice
Successors to
C.
uh
for l»xJtfirj nx'nis only and ojen to the
putilic. Mr. FiNinger will again open
up hitf restaurant at his old restaurant
stand on F-gan avenue, north of the
Madi*on State bank ami will be pleased
to *e« all his old customers and as many
new one* as chiton to patronize him.
CITY
W
GROCERIES FOR HARVEST
.00
.10
.25
1.00
CUT PRICES.
4 lbs. Raisins
Best Tea Dust per lb.
4 bars Floating Soap
6 bars small Floating Somp
8 bars Zoo Soap
7 bars Lenox Soap
Corn Syrup per gallon
Best Sugar Syrup per gallon
CUT PRICES in Colored Dimity, Color
ed Organdy and French Ginghams.
H.
STODDARD & HALSTEAD.
WOOD.
believe in it. It is cowardly, brutal ard
uncivilized condly, there is a better
and more n anly way of settling griev
ances thirdly, we did not lose our ten.
per and reason, and did not get n.n.l
enough to tight and. lastly, we have
never had any but the most charitable
feelings towards either of the Jor.e
brothers and felt d.-eply mortitied that
we had even by mistake caused Harvey
Jor.es and his family any unnecessary
pain. We eould not under these cir
cumstanceg strike him back again,
on worth!-
imitations of R.vk\ Meuutain Tea. i•
tlie genuine made ••:. by the .Vadif
I Medicine Co. Agrt.»t family renie
,"V. -Frank Sunt:..
MOVING
Pianos. aafM». Household tiooda s»n
all other kinds of moving done prompt
ly
by Hi'UNKLL Hkos.
IIKONCHITfM ten
TWKNTV
YKAltv
Mrs Mererva Smith, of Panville. III.
writes "I hail bronchitis for tweit\
years and never got relief until 1 used
Foley's Honey and Tarvhich sure
cure."- Chris Shutz.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
Truraln«st
HF. on earth. What is ic? Car
paint, eold by L. l^mib Lumber
Co of Madison.
Liaundry
AVNPKY. ff yo«
want
flrst-claw
w rk. an.l prompt delivery,
rvitronije the Madison Steam laundry.
O.
T.
Fi ller.
re«idooo0 Iota for Pale. #15 to
K.SBEHIPAK.
ANTE I*, team work «f all kinds
trarbuge and .cess pimU cleanetl al
ce!lars e*cavate«l. For sale.
w«hx1.
stone
sand, and a lumber wagou Thone 5.
-W. H.
Iexcavatingpromptly
Orenell.
you want trenches, oidlars or other
done, water mains laid and
connected, and in a work
manlike wav. apply to Henry Cannis.
corner F.gan avenue and Seventh street
•PHONB fOi
lit
MASONIC TEMPLE.
it
we would to day for! ten times meaner,
aorer and smaller, tlian we did yester«ia
at being caught in a Sunday row.
Pon't waste your time
50o. TO $1.25 WAISTS FOR
Horse-Shoe Tobacco per lb.
Spearhead Tobacco per lb.
Climax Tobacco per lb.
3 Black Crows Tobacco per lb.
25c
20c
25c
25c
22c
25c
25c
25e
30c
40c
I You Will Find
biggest
Linens and Persian Lawn.
nice waist for little money.
D. McKINNON.
Croquet Sets in Four, Six and Eight Ball Sets ranging in price
o as follows:
Amateur 4 ball sets, 80c.
SHIRT WAIST SALE.
Amateur 6 ball sets, 90c.
Amateur 8 ball sets, $1.00.
Professional 8 ball set, $2.50.
Four ball set, something "way up yonder" in quality $3.00.
We have placed these new goods just outside our door where
they are easy access far your i&specUaii trust you will not fail
to look them over.
That we're not much on the Wttff and Mew
here--but--we have the goods and
Anything: about profits or even cost these days. We have commenced
the
Clearance Sale of Summer Clothing that we have ever under
taken. Every dollar's worth of Summer Clothing that we can possibly dis
pose of before Sept. ist must go--and our Sacrifice Prices are sure to make
them move on the double quick. Fall goods are pressing Summer Clothing
hard. Every day brings new arrivals which must have the place now oc
cupied by our Summer Stocks. If prices slashed to the very quick will va
cate the tables they shall be vacated. The cost or the former price of the
garments cuts no figure. For the balance of this month we shall not at
tempt to make profits. Our sole aim shall be to reduce our stock
REGARDLESS OF COST.
We shall have bargains for you in every one of these departments.
Hen's Clothing, Hats, Trunks & Vslises,
Boys' Clothing, Shirts, Hackintoshes,
Shoes, Underwear, Umbrellas.
GRINAGER BROS.
THE CLOTHIERS.
In order to close oat our stock of Shirt Waists we offer
j- s*m Come early and get the
A
J. J. DAHL & SON, The New Store,
r%*
You can secure with every can of Faultless Baking Pow der
a beautiful book entitled "Life of Wm. McKinley," for 60e»
We also give a dish with every package of Bluing for ISc.
JUSTjIN AT McKINNON'S
|A New Line of Summer Goods in Black, Lace Stripes, Indian
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
OP SHIRT WAISTS.-All this year's buying—No back
numbers.—White, Black and colors. This is a chance to get a
Professional & Amateur I
FRANK SMITH.
45c.
45c.
45c.
80c.
'PHONE CALL, NO. 1
We Don't Care.i
ream of this bargain at
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