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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, November 19, 1903, Image 2

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DRESS GOODS.
Borathea, flelrose, Crepelle, Silk
downe, Nulo, Ettainette, Amure,
Pinolff, Benton, Albatross, Coverl,
Yebra, DuBarry, Zebeliits.
The celebrated Gold riedal brand. Unex
celled for beauty, style and durability.
Fancy Fall Waistings.
Every novelty in white and black and
white effects are to be found on our counters.
vajy J^Qoniing.
.i-n
Iron Beds
Rockers
Dining: Tables
Everything In line of Furniture
WHITE BROS.
UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING.
OUR NEW
FALL CLOAKS & JACKETS
are here and for quality and
workmanship they discount anything we
have handled heretofore. The styles are
MEN'S
LADIES'
CHILDREN'S
i'.i*
t.
NEW ARRIVALS
AT THE BIO STORE.
Vou may buy at these specialized departments with the assurance you are at headquarters
in every sense of the word.
WWWWWWWWW
WW
SHOES
Long experience has taught us how
to get the best for our trade. Let
sfeQw,jr«ti UxeilS04 style*.
N. D. McGlLLIYRAY.
AtlENT FOR WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
COAL.
ilONES & METCALF,
Order your your coal now, we sell only the best grades of
Hard and Soft coal and deliver to all parts of the city.
TELEPONE, No. 56.
©Ije Daily $eaics
MADIIO*, SOl'IH DAKOTA.
THURSDAY. NOV. 10, 1903.
nan OF NVWICMIRTION.
By mail, 1 jr«u 9400
A months ........ si.UU
My until,* mouttia loo
My m»U, 1 month i6
Ujr carrier, per .. in
J. IT. 8TA1IL, ProprlHor.
H. A. STAEL. BaitiuM Ku*(«f.
Beta a they stayed away from school
last Friday to win the championship of
the state the members of the Yankton
high school football team were
HU-spend-*
ed from school, and were allowed to
return only npon signing an agreement
not to play any more football this fall,
and to turn the fnture management of
VELVETS.
Our Velvet department opens the fall season
with a complete assortment of black and color
ed velveteens, metal prints and velvet cords,
hollow cut cords and fancy velvets in a vari
ety of colors and styles.
Laces & Trimmings.
A wonderful range of haudsome effects
shown here. Every new effect in Persians,
narrow and wide band appliques, spangled
appliques, wood silk braid, pearl trimmings,
drops and ornaments.
us
The high school had one home game to
play with Canton, the teiini thry won
from on Friday lust by the score of l:i
to 11. An effort will be made to have
the game milled off, despite the regula
tions. If this is done it will le an in
dependent team that plays Canton and
not the former high school team, al
though the players will be the same.
The itate auditor's rctort, which has
just been printed, s-howa the growth
which has been made in telephone ser
vice in South Dakota in the past year.
In the re|xrt of last year forty seven
companies were represented, with a
total of 3.170 miles of line and 15,774
miles of wire, and a valuation of fcMt,•
8 #). This year seventy three companies
reported, allowing 4.6WI miles of line
the team over to Mr. Farmer, the piin I and miles of wire, with a valuation
cipal of the high school. Capt. Km met of £tt?. t-4.r». In this year's report every
Tobin. of the team refunties to sign the organized county in the state is repre
phone service has become so great in th*1
state the indications are that the report
for the next fiscal year will show even
a greater gain than did last vear.
Brookinus was tne first city in the
state to own and operate its electric
lighting, waterworks and telephom
systems, and now nas in successful
working order a central steam heat in
system, which furnishes heat for the
laige public school building and severa
the important business houses of th
city, including the New Century blink
Bank of Brookinus, Farmers' National
bank. Hyde Harris block, telephone
building and Dutcher 5fc Breed's print
ing establishment. There are as many
more who will attach the heat to theii
buildings another year.
Sioux Falls dispatch. 17: A new in
terest in the case of the former Mrs.
Roland B. Molineux has l»een aroused
by the return to his home in this city of
Wallaee D. Scott, her new husband.
He came alone. A newspaper man
asked him as to the correctness of the
report telegraphed from New York that
his wife will appear in vaudeville in
Proctor's theater in New York next
Monday. In reply he stated he knew
nothing as to the truth of the report,
and that his wife might return to
Sioux Falls within a week, tt is
learned, however, in contradiction to
thi•» statement, that he today admitted
to several intimate friends that the re
port was true and that she will appear
in vaudeville in New York for a period
of three weeks, foi which she will re
ceive a salary of $1,000 per week.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There in only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the
Kustachian Tube. When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the inHamation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever nine cases out of ten are "caused
by Catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the tnucous services.
V\ e will give One Hundred Dollar
reward for any ease of Deafnesstcaused
by catarrh)that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
free.
O.
I''- J- Cheney it Co., Tolodo,
Sold by all Druggists, 7fie.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
A Policeman's Testimony.
H» Patterson, night policeman of
Nashua, la., writes. "Last winter 1 had
a bad eold on my lungs and tried at
least a half dozen advertised cough
medicines and had treatment from two
physicians without getting any benefit
A friend recemmended Foley's Honey
and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured
me. I consider it the greatest cough
and lung medicine in the world.
Schuts & Ketcham.
ST. LOUIS BOODLE FUND.
Money Will Be Given to City for Pub
lic Use.
St. Ix)uia, Nov. 18.—It baa been
made known that Circuit Attorney
Folk will, in the course of a few days
file a petition In the circuit court asl,
ing that final disposition be made of
the $7."i,000 boodle fund which playei
such a promiuent parr in the recent
prand jury Investigation by turning i(
over to the city of St. Louis for u
in some public enterprise. The mom
was held in escrow In the safety vault
of the Lincoln Trust company pend
ing the passage by the house of dele
gates of the measure giving to th
St. t-ouls and Suburban tailway the
right of way over certain thorough
fares in the city. toKether with othei
Important franchises. The money,
which was deposited two years ago.
was to have been paid over to the
members of the "booule combine
after the bill became an ordinance
Hut the grand Jury investigation, in
dictments and trials prevented.
Mr. Folk has not yet determined In
what manner the pctitieg vttt fee
drawn.
Constipation, headachp. backache,
feel mean, no appetite, all rnn down
Rocky Mountain Tea will make you
well and keep you well. Money (kick,
if it fails. 35 cents. Frank Sm itb.
Foley s Honey and Tar always stops
the cough and heals the lung. Refuse
tiubetitute«.- Schutx & Ketohaoi.
BOOKER AS A BOY.
Me Was Owned by Ancestors of
People Living at Vermillion,
this State.
A ermillion dispatch, 18: The irrand
father of Dr. W. F. Price of this citv
was the owner of Booker T. Washing
ton when the latter was a Itov. I)r
Price's mother, who reaides here with
ner sen, the daughter of John Bur
roughs, of whom Mr Washington
speaks in his autobiography.
sister tauaht Washington his lettei^
and the family memliers did all th»
could to help him in his early struggle-
In kis masterpiece. ''Up Ftforn Slav
eiy, "Mr. Washiutgon does not speak
in glowing terms of the Bnrrough
family•. but is inclined to treat them
rather shabbily. He does not usj the
name of his old owner, but says tie
family was thriftless, lacked energy ainl
enterprise, and that the little negn
lioys had no hats and few clothes
Tne3e are instances, the Prices assert,
wherein the writer's memory fails, and
his imagination does not supply tin
lack. Walter St. 'lair, a nephew of
Mr. Price, in speaking of Mr. Washing
ton says:
"At the beginning of the civil war.
James Burroughs had been living about
fifteen years on a farm on the Lynch
burg mrnpike. about two miles west
Halef' rd postofflce. Franklin county,
Viiginia. At that time he owned a
brownish-black nergo woman namnl
Jane, and she had two sons. John, age I
!*. and Booker, aged •*. Just after tin
war closed her husband, Washington
Ferguson, moved with tne family to
West Virginia, where the only child, by
this marriage, died. After moving
Booker wrote occasionally to Mr-.
I .aura Bin roughs Holland, who now
lives near Bed ford, Ya., and to oth!
members of the Burroughs family. To
the fiuie of Mrs. Flizalieth Ourrough
death he would inquire as to her health
and would cpeak of her in the most
speetful way. always designating her
as '"Old Mistress."
"To tie just to Booker Washington
he was too young to tie considered an
thority on event* of that perhxl. and
is to be rememl»eied that the routin
life of the home was serionslv intei
rnpted when six sons weie in the cor
federate army and four were brough
home wounded. I have seen Mrt
Elizabeth Burroughs, wife of .Tame
Burroughs, and am well acquainted
with seveial of her sons and daughters,
and can say that you cannot find a
family with more energy, sound sense
and good judgment anywhere."
A PurgativoJPleasure.
If you ever took DeWitt's Little F.arly
Risers for billiousness or constipation
you know what a purgative pleasure is
These famous little pilU cleanse the
iver and rid the system of all bile with
out producing unpleasant effects. They
do not gripe, sicken or weaken, but give
tone and strength to the tissues and
organs involved. W. H. Howell of
Houston, Tex., says: "No better pill can
be used than Little Farly Risers for
constipation, sick headache, eta." bold
by Cook A Odee.
He Could Hardly (Jet Up.
P. H. Duffey of Ashley,
111.,
The
writes
Thin is to certify that I have taken
two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure ami
it has helped me more than any med
ne. I tried many advertised medi
•ines, but none of them gave me any re
ief. My druggist recommended Foley's
Kidney Cure and it cured me. Before
'ommencing its use I was in such a
hape that I could hardly get up when
once down." Schutz A- Ketcham.
Only One of Family Remame.
New York, Nov. 18.—Remarkable
fatality has attended the family of
i'etor Hickey of Brooklyn during the
past week, five members having died
from typhoid fever in that time. Ot
six persons in the household only one
a little daughter, remains. She is ill
and probably will die. A priest who
attended the family also contracted
the disease and died.
Anxious Momenta.
Some of the most anxious hour* of
mother s life are those when the little
ones of the household have the croup.
There is no other medicine so effective
iti this terrible malady as Foley's Honey
and Tar. It is a household favorite
for throat and lung troubles, as it con
tains no opiates
or other poisons, it cao
bo safely given Schutz Ketcham.
The Pleasure of Fating.
Persons suffering from indige-tion.dys
pepsia or 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
branes of 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
iiated by the blood and tissues. Sold
by Cook A- (Idee.
ttAJR DRESSING
J'ARLORS
Opposite Lake Park
LaUi«» ttttu liutl till UuUfc of
Hair Goods, Ornament* and
Toilet Articles,
HAIH DRESSING
FACE MASSAGING
MAMcrmxn
Parlors open every after­
noon
'Phone LAKE PARK
to make
Engagements
Boswelle
Hat
Derby or Soft
$3.00
COPT
RIGHT 19OI
1*Y OAVIU AOIXR.
asoM a3rniNOca
Mr-. I ..n Krne-t. I"v hi -v 11!• hid.
'Rocky Mountain Tea in splendid.
Maked siek iieople well. Cured nie
after others failed. Tea or tablet form.
•i~ cents. Frank Smith.
J. B.
Palace Meat
Market
ness, we solicit the patronage of
former customers and new ones.
We carry the choicest meats
and will guarantee to please.
lA&L&is
PENCILS
NOTE BOOKS
COMPOSITION
HOOKS
and
FINE
STATIONARY
at
COOK & ODEE
Grinager Bros.
THE CLOTHIERS.
."v.n 1 -H, .•
BOY'S SUITS
and OVERCOATS
From the best makers in America are here.
Splendid Values at
$3, $4, $5 and $6.
Vcur
THURSDAY,
NOV.
yOtTiHind
19, 20 and
SPECIAL SALE
I
Having re-engaged la busi­
Clarendon
A Luxurious Ooercoat
Which in fit, fabric and workmanship
Call at our store and we will show you a
complete assortment of models of the most sty­
lish Overcoats, such coats as will please
ultra, as well as the moderate fashionable
and the prices a great deal less than you'd
a tailer for like quality.
OUR HAND-MADE
OVERCOATS
at $15, $20 and $25
are Exceptional Values.
MEN'S WINTER
UNDERWEAR
Bigger and better assortment than ever
Thoroughly honest values, at garment
50c., $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.
back on Demand.
FRIDAY,
21.
J. J. FITZGERALD'S
OF
Everything in the line of Capes, Jackets, Mufls, Boas,up-to
date, Nobby Styles.
FURS.
1
GHILDRENS
COATS AT PRICES
that are bound
TO SELL THEM.
THE FAIR
SECOND
GRAND FALL OPENING
at
MISS MUELLER'S
Milliner^ S"tor{
OR THE
Short Hour Store
Shirts
New Styles for
WintMP
$1.25
as satisfactory, or more so than any
that was ever made to your order, by an exclu
sive custom tailor, may IMP worn by yow this
winter at moderate cost.
the
men
pay
SATURDAY,
Mala as aa Nabby
A Large Display of Pattern
Street Wear.
Come and make my Store your resting place and enjoy
looking at Beautiful Hats.
fliss K. M. flueller.

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