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a la the above U 13 MADISON Opera House TO-NIGHT Qh&se Father Collins of Ramona s.ient tl e day in the city. Lost. Hold tin eyeglasses. Return to thin office. John Larkin transacted business in Flandreau today. New Advertisements -Wiiite Bros., Hchutz & Ketcham, )pera House. Joe Bergstresei who spent Sunday in the city, returned north this morning. Arrivals by the evening train, .T%H. Williamson, Dr. Daniels, II. Urdahi. Mrs. McKee of Howard was in the city today, the guest of Mrs. F. N. Palmer. C. P. Bowel!, wife aod the baby re turned from a vi^dt with friend* at Old ham. Rooms for rent.- L. H. Coe, Mrs. Johnson's residence, Washington aven ue. Wasted. Man and wife to take charge of fame. Good chance far right p.irties. -Win. Tobin. Mi s Daisy Be k is improving nicely aod expects to be able 0 return to her s bool work at Hioux Falls, next week. Circuit court will reconvene touioi row inormnp. Either the Lansberry or the Rafferty ease will come on for trial ttrit, probably the former. December wheat opened in Mint f apolis at Hi, c'osed at eaali. to 84ij local. wheat, 09 to 12: barley :!rt to 3S oats, 27 to 24) (lax 8& 8. \V Talcott of the eoatfe part of the county was a morning passenger from the north, returning from a familv reunion in Hennepin county. Minn. Francie^ C. CJneffrov, f«r some time employed on a local paper, departed for Pieire this morning to take a jjosi tion on the Capital Journal of that city. The bowling alley was the scene of some nice bowling last week, tne im portant scores being Lou Barron, 1!M: E. H. Hawley, and respectively. WE BUY BACK at Full Prices, anything purchased of us, that does not turn out as represented. This is our way of doing business. It means more protection for you. S It means good, pure drugs and abso lute safety. U$ter Theatre (Jo. i 1 "IIIIDEI rail fiflGS" i PRESENT 12 Acting People Ciood Specialties Illustrated Songs This is Ladies Free Night. Price 15,25,35c THE CITY. Weather Forecast. Fair tonight and Tuesday oolei Taeaday. LOCAL NEWS. It means to us your good will, your confidence, and, with it, a continually in creased trade. That's what we are after. We will be glad to have your trade on understanding. Our Fall stock has just been unpacked and our tier* Is full of good, big values in every department. a a a a a n a a a a a EBEEEBuaauuurnr.r.nr rrrr^rnor^cciEr SCHUTZ & KETCHAM, CORNER DRUG STORE. T. J. Curtiss and wife, the latter formerly Mrs. M. L. Clark, now resi dents of Lincoln Neb., are preparing to take up their lesidence in Madison, a few months hence. Elmer Schmidt of tnis city has te ceived his diploma as a graduate of the LaCrosse business College and is now qualified to take his place in almost any capacity requiring business skill. Cards of invitation have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Beruhard Hanneman to the marriage of their daughter, Emma, to Martin Luelflow. at the home of the bride's parents ia Ooacord township, October %. A number of wagon loads of i»otatoes were marketed in the city today at price* ranging from 40 to 45 cents per bushel. A transcient dealer is buying a carload at the depot for shipment. Tin1 yield in this vicinity is large and the demand from less favored localities will undoubtedly take up the surplus. Miss Susie Davis and S. F. Bowman were quietly married by Father Collins at the Catholic parsonage in Ramona at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The biide is the daughter of J. H. Davis of Bad us township and the groom has lived in Ramona the past two years. At 5 o'clock towoirow evening the ladies of St. Thomas cnurch will start on A Trip Around the World, accom panied by their legions of friends. Hundreds have already secured tickets for the journey and hundreds of others expect to go. It is a novel intertain ment and will be greatly enjoyeed. Se cure your tickets at the depot-the old postoffice building. Ticket selling will b.-'gin at 5 o'clock and continue until late in the evening, that everybody many be served. Undei the auspices of the State Normal school. Professor Frances W. Kelsey, head of the Latin department in Michigan Univei«ity, will on the evening of November 3d deliver a lecture upon Pompeii, which will lie il lmtiated by stereopticon. Dr. Kelsey is an able man and great scholar. He was sometime at head of the American school in Rome. The lecture is not for piofit and the tickets will be sold at twenty five cents. It is well to read again The Last Days of Pompeii. An aristocratic colt was foaled at the barn of Dr. F. N. Palmer this morning whose parentage vouches for its supeii ority in equine society. Its sire is Navola, a pacer, owned by Dr. Thoin hill of Spring Valley, Minn., who was given a mark this year of 2:05, taking first place in the grand circuit in all races entered except two. The dam is Brownie P, bv Idolater. Quite a number of the local horsemen have cal led on the little aristocrat today ami it has xeeeived much admiration. The state Doard of charities and coi rections at a meeting in Pierre Friday, recommended a pardon for James R. Hicks, sentenced from the Black Hills 011 a charge of murdei. The lioaid de nied the application of Thomas Conlin, Winnie Davis, David Duchariue, Corsh A. Whitford, F. F. Bates, and William Watters. Winnie Davis was sent up from Lake county two years ago for five years, convietd of abducting a young girl named Hall. He took the girl to the north part of the state where she was overtaken by her father and re turned to Madison where she died from illness caused by exposure, the couple having traveled in wagon and camped out on the )«airie in an early spring iuouth. Chief McGovem reed red a fa as ArMw Ml »ge j*ud detain Clyde Killing* 1 who bad kit that place by an early freight. Kit linger was in the employ of C. M. Klotzliach about two years ago and up on the arrival of the passenger from the west this morning he went direct to Mr. Klotzbachs barn ami went to woik. He had come as far as Roswell by the freight and then boarded the passenger. Ki (linger had been employ ed in a restaurant at Artesian and a patron of the place had been relieved of a [locket book containing two ten dollar bills and a wheat check which Kitlinger is supikised to have stolen. Chief Me (iovern locked liis man in the county jail to await the arrival of officers from Aitesian. ATHLETIC SPORTS. Boxing Hatch at Howard by l,o cnl Talent Club Rooms for Madison. A very fast boxing match was en gaged in at Howard Saturday evening by Eddie Thompson of this city and C. A. Andrews of Ramona. John Iluss of this city served in the capacity of referee. Several sports from Madison and Winfred were present and .Howard turned out well, giving the boys a good audience. The decision wasin favor of Thompson who succeeded in closing both eyes of his adversary, while he re ceived a discolored lamp himself from an accidental blow, Andrews striking him with his wrist. The siort was greatly enjoyed by those who witnessed it. and Eddie is generally referred to as "fast", and likely to develop into a pugilist of some note. John Huss has leased the basement under the First National bank and will establish athletic club rooms and Turk ish baths. He will put in a library valued at •SftU, keep on hand daily newspapers and leading periodicals and make the place attractive for winter evenings. The membership will lie select and nothing of a rough character will be permitted. The athletics will include everything in the line ol' exercise calculated to develop young manhood. A complete Turkish bath outfit will be put in and tne place kept in first class style. THE MADISON BOYS. They Win at Football and Cap ture the Smiles of the Girls. Dell Rapids Times. 10: The Dell Rapids football team was defeated at the Driving Park Saturday afternoon just as had been expected and predict ed. The final scoie was 21 to 0. The score does not accurately tell the story of the game or represent the compara tive strength of the two teams. Madi son's team nas been intact for seveial years and already have met several teams this fall on the gridiron, while our boys are inexperienced and the game is compaiatively new to them. Nearly all the gains(made by the visit ing team were line plunges, cross-bucks and hurdling the tackle, of which the home line, with but one exception, pioved a honeycomb for them. The quartet of backs on the home team showed speed and head work, but could do nothing on the offensive work, as the line would waiver and give way be fore the ball was fairly in motion. The boys expect to play a return game on October. '24th, and will en deavor to turn tne tables. The Madison football team not only put it ail over our boy in the game lust Saturday afternoon, but also made themselves solid with the girls, we pre sume on account of the victuiy. Tin Dell Rapids boy* have two score* to even up instead of one. Egan Exprens, 15: The Madison football team passed through Egan Sat urday. Several of our young ladii weie present to renew acquaintance. Funny how attractive a football roll or a band suit is. The Pleasure of Eating, Perttoos suffering from iudigestlon,d pepsiaor other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet. This remedy is a never failing cure for Indigestion or Dyspepsia and all com plaints affecting the glands or mem branesof the stomach or digestive tract. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you eat tastes gond and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and approp riated by the blood and tissues. Sold by Cook & Odee. Wanted. A wstwortfcj gtntkaian or lady in each county tomanage busi ness for an old established house or solid financial standing. A straight, bona fide weekly salary ot |P\t0 paid by check each Monday with all expenses direct from headquarters. Money ad vanced for expenses. Enclose addressed envelope. Manager. Caxton Chicago. EYES EXAMiNF.D FRBfi COMPLETE OPTICAL ROOM. 1 aaaa»-aB»rtiFi Ml? WELL FIXED. State Auditor's Report Concern lag Financial Condition of Counties. Pierre dispatch. 17: The foithcon.« iug report of the state auditor gees into details in the county affairs as well n to deal in state affairs. One of tin items taken up is county inlebtelnes* and resources. The bonded indebted news of all the counties is l.Vt.u.Vi the warrant indebtedness, fUDO.CCii and £i,:J6fi. I0 are owed by th a counties to the state school fund This is an in rea°e of fH24,£Ni0 over luHt The assets over liabilities are $4S7,0&*>. Distress After Eating Cured. .Judge W. T. Holland of (ireonsburc, Ln., who is well and favorably known, says: "Two years ago I suffered greatly from indigestion. After eating, great distress would invariably result, lasting for an hour or so and my nights were restless. I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entire ly. Now my sleep is refreshing and di gestion perfect." Sold by Cook tV Odee. So live that it will not take the lattei part of your life to blot out tne first part of your existence. Kooky Moun tain Tea will do the business. it"» cent- Frank Smith. City t»U for resldenf* purposes, for sale, |!5 to $*200.- K. Sh ridan. II RUBBER o o o o 4» O O o o And Carry a Hull Line o! Self Inking Stamp Pads Numbering1 Stamjw o o o o 4» o o 4» CLOTHING year. Tk conities which have no bonded indebt edness are Brookings, Burke, Charle Mix, Clark, Clay, ^re^ory, Hamlii Ham', Hutch nsin, Jerauld. Kii gsb in Lincoln. Lvman, McPheraon. Miuet. Mood}*, Potter, Sanborn, Spink, Sulh Turner and Union. Lincoln and Turnn counties have no warrant indebtedness, and Kingsbuiy has but fib of outstaml ing wairants, and Sully 135. The counties carrying the greatest amount of state school fund, are Spink. ^l.VMiJM: Brown, 115.999 Potter. $114. !«$. The total «K-ts c.r the counties to pet manent school fund kws owed to counties, 20M,!S81 unpaid tax ounty lunds. #1. 1V.\.VI9 buildings and real estate, #1.HVJUl seed grain notes and other evidences of indebt«idne&tf, IlKMl cash on hand. and FURNISHItiGS. ^aaBO"s,BaaBuaaB a 3 a 3 .1 *1 1 3 7H .1 n a a n n «i a 3 ia n STAHPS NOTARY & CORPORATE SEALS Dating Stamps Stamp Ink (all colors) Automatic NuinU'ring Machines Solid Rull*n Type Typewriter Kiblions J} Typewriter Paper JJ Manifold 1 \ipet Cnrlion Paper Everything in this 1'-t- BMg i 4 4» «f WE MAKE O o o o 4 o 4» 4» O 41 4» 4) 4 4» 4 4» 41 4 4» 4 4 4» 4» 4» 4» 4» 41 4» 4» lint* for 'J o Bank and office us»». m*et nil competition. o J-#* Write for catalogue mm it o I,rio' Our prices o o o THE DAILY LEADEK flADISON, 5. D. 4» 4» I i S 9 m$$ $ $9 $§99 0 Mrs. John Heuning. St. Paul, was all run down weak and nervous, jtocky .Mountain Ten made n new woman erf her. *aim*d nearly fifty pounds. 85 e. nts Frank Smith. J. I. K0EHLEB& SOI Palace Heat Market For Several Days We have been receiving ©ur Fall Goods and can show you the largest stock that even We have ever had before. 1903 has brought us many beautiful things from the de signers and manufacturers of Cut glass and Hand painted china. Our sales in the past show how our customers appreciate the high grade goods we carry and so we have bought again without reserve and have in our cases real elegant things that appeal to your artistic taste. We can surprise you with the many and varied patterns and the extent of our various lines. You would have to think some to ask us for something not found in our stock. In Hand Painted China we have pieces ranging from $1.50 to 40.00 eadl. Cut Glass from $1.25 to 20.00 each. flereaga ware from $.50 to 4 50. Silverware and Sterling, all prices, and our regular line augmented by many new things, we are now ready to entertain you and show you any or every article our stock contains. member we give instructions free to buyers. Having re-engaged in busi ness, we solicit the patronage of former customers and mw oius. We carry the choicest meat* Will gilftr^nfce to FRANK SMITH. This Department is under the management of our Mr. Hal- stead and we will try and supply your needs and desires. Re .Stoddard & Halstead... I n r.nr.rr.GBBr1ricrr5Br!nrrJr.riBnrr GBr1nr.r:r1r5ci3r.r:r c0Drii5«sBBi,!iCBi5ric0c:rir:cr1r!r,r.rtr.c0esr Bi!3i30EJB«5BB0«sccB THE 1 THE .. s & K Wear=Proof I Cloihin^ For Bo^s. MADE TO WEAR. I The Newest, Neatest. Nobbiest Suits and Overcoats for Young Men, Boys and Children ever shown in the city. OUR GOODS ARE NEW, OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT Seeing is Believing! Will you call and see? P. J. Hoidal aaasiaaaasiiiaaQasvfiaaoaaaBBaBiiQaaaaaaaDQaaaaQaQaaaaasiBBaa^faaBBB^ Musical Instruments KNITTOP" PETTICOAT Patented Mar. 17, 1903. No. 722.854 |EW FULL i WINTER MRNEKT The body of this new "S. K. Knit top" Petticoat ia knitted of goxl yarn with flounce ot n ercerizel sateen or silk. The uettieoat fits the bodv like a glove, bnt softly and without pre-inure. It is warm and coinfot table in fact, the most practical and sensible fall and winter uarinent on the market. The only Petticoat gMnff the much desired Habit Back Effect* The Fair -4. V I FINE SHOES, TRUNKS ft VALISES. I & Co. 1 1 "*^r I!