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Medicines This time a year and we call your attention to two of our own prepara tions: Cough syrup, 4 full oz. $ .25 Sarsapsriila and Blood purifier MM) 6 Bottles for S 00 These are our "OWN" and we make thtM. Try them and you will always keep them on hand. AT Cook & Odee PQJ- 5CILC n n A few choice residence lots at bargain prices. Investigate these before buying. J. F. DALY. YOU ARE THINKING OF GETTING LINOLIUn, flATT ING, CARPETS, RUGS, or anyHlH in the Furniture Hie you camwtNlo totter than to buy of Geo. Beck. The Up Town Furniture flan ©Ije gUitUj Jenbev MA&ISOB, South DAKOVA. WKDNKSDAY, MARCH !». 19U |i|||»iiil III W' *HE CITY. Weather Forecast. Snow tonight and probably Thurs day cold wave high east shifting northerly winds. LOCAL NEWS. Mgr. Flynn returned by the morning train from Rarnona. Wanted. dining IOOUI girl, at th Madison hospital. White Bros., furnituf* and under taking. Phone 188. Officer Arbor (iieen i« confined home with the to his grip. White Bros furniture and under taking. Phone lift For rent. Unfurnished living room, centrally located. J. F. Daly, Apprentice gril wanted at once at Kennev & Co'a millinery parlors. Fritz Prttehl retnrned this morning from Oldham where he has been work ing lately. Mr*. J. L. Jones accompanied HOB Harry, departed for by her Denf*r. ou a visit to her parents Col Col. Win. Lee went to Ramona tala evening to cry an auction sale tor Mrs. W. A. Carinody tomorrow. Lou Shaw. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jar. Shaw o( this city, has engaged in ti:e furniture business at Watertown. Competition does not troulle Peter Hein, the reliable piano tn m, as he de rotes hi* whole energy to his own busi ness. Jocob Bergstreser came down from Willow Lakes to attend the funeral of hio brother Hearr at Wentworth to morrow. May wheat chosed iu Minneapolis ytstetday at MJ. opened today at 94 rlosed at M|: caA, W to M|. IHN AI, wheat, HO to H*i bnUy. Hi to 5M: oat -1, to II: flat, For sale. Oue hoine, wagon, buygy double harness, single harness, hay rack and other article* used on a farm. want to sell tf» I ibo?i at on e».—August Young. To start with, Peter Hein has placed four-fifths of the pianos sold in Madi son and vicinity. Up to Marcn 1 the score was 49-'50, now ii is 99 100. He don't do any knocking. J. A. McGovero yesterday received a telegram xtating that bis mother was perhaps fatally ill at Mitchell, Iowa. Mr. McGovern departed for that place this morning. bi return being indeti nite. Mrs. Kenney returned last eveaing from the millinery markets of the cities where she bought a beautiful line of goods. Miss Christian on of St. Paul wno w'll take a position as trimmer in the store arrived today. The family in this city received a telegram from Granville, N. D., from her husband, stating that Mrs. Robey, formerly Minnie roehl. was very low, come at once. Her sister, Lizzie Proehl, departed for Granville bv the uorth train this evening. Monday evening Mrs. McLinn started for Epiphany to attend her brother Thomas who is ill at that place- At Howard yesterday as she came out of the hotel to take a carriage for Epiph any, she fell and severely injured one of her limbs. This morning she was brought home on a cot. arriving by the west train. Mr. Lamb who is suffering from a cancer on his right hand is said not to be getting along very will. Ham Avery reports a theft at his farm which undoubtedly proved disap pointing to the thief. Sam had a quar ter of beef which has~commenced to spoil and he hung it out on the corner of his corn crib, intending to haul away to tne dump 4t his leisure. That night an enterprising thief discovered the beef and made away with it, saving Ham the trouble of further bothering. In his hurry to get away with the meat the thief lout a good halter which Ham will return to him on application. A Royal Slave which comes to the Madison oj»era house tor one night only Tuesday. March 14. is to be one of the real event" of the theatrical season iu this city. Of all the melodramas seen last season few were as well received a* Uorden and Bennett's beautiful produc tion of the South land. It is not only unusual in dramatic construction but is magnificent in its scenic investure, very investure. every piece of scenery used in the production is carried by the ompany. Seats selling Saturday. Prices. &">, fiO, and 75 cents. A bright little lad named Henry, re siding in the northeast part of the city, has leen kept in the house several weeks on account of the prevailing olds among childen. Bis mother had promised him that he could go out as soon as the weather became nice and warm. He has had his mother keep close watch of The Daily Leader weather forecast every evening but it has been discouraging. This morning tb# little tellow took the matter in his own hands and sent word to this office to be sure and make tomorrow a nice day as he is so anxious to get out doors We will give Henry a nice day tomor row if possible as we are very fond of little boys and like them to nave a good time. ONE CONTENTION. South Dakota Republicans Will rUikeTheir Entire State Tick et at Sioux Falls May 4. Geo. ft. Farmer and J. H. William son were returning passengers from Sioux Falls this evening. The meeting of the republican state central commit -e included representatives from e/ery county in the state except two. It was decided to hold the convention at Sioux Falls May 4. One convention will do the business, naming delegates to the national convention, presidential elec tors, congressmen and full ticket of state officers. Lake county will be en titled to 22 delegates in the convention and the entire metnljership of the con rention will be 1,014. A SCRAP Of News fr^m the Far Eastern War- Japanese Fire a Re minder. St. Paul. March 9.—Special: The fol lowing advices have been received by the Ameiican Presa Association: Tokio--Japanese warships bombarded tiie frrts at Talien Wan last 8. D. RAINFALL Interesting Data Compiled from Maps of the U. 5. Bureau. Sioux FaBs Prow: Am Interesting studv is the map just issued from the governmental weather bureau show ing the areas of rainfall within the state of South Dakota during the year im In the extreme soutBeast corner of the state, composed of the counties of Bon Homme. Yankton. Clay. Union, Lincoln, Turner and Minnehaha there was precipitation in excess of SO inch es. Union county l»eing the scene of the greatest precipation. with So.M inches. From the Missouri river in Charles Mix county, running northeastward through parts of Hutchinson, McCook. Minnehaha, Hanson, Miner, Lake, Moody, Brookings, Deuel, Codington, Day and Brown and all of Grant, Rol)erts and Marshall counties, the rain fall was from 25 to 150 inches. Another lesser area for rainfall. 20 to 25 inches parts of Giegory, Charles Mix, Douglas, Aurora. Hanson, San Iorn. Miner. Kingsbury, Brooking*. Deuel, Codington, .Spink. Day, Brown, Edmunds. McPherson andCampliell and all of Davison, Hamlin and Clark A circle within Since then night then attacked Port Arthur. The repotted engagement of fleets in tl»** vicinity of Vladivostok in not con timed. 'W. coon ties. Westward from this strip, as far as the counties within the Cheyenne forks, the precipitation measured from 15 to 20 inches, excepting that within a cir le taking iu all of Potter and parts of Sully, Faulk. Walworth and Dewey counties there was a rainfall of from 20 to 25 inches. Within the forks of the Cheyenne the year'fe moisture measured from 20 to SO inches. Clark and Spink ounties shows precipitation of from 25 to over SO inches and there are circles within Hi nd and Beadle counties and Brule, Buffalo, Hyde, Hughes. Lyman and Tripp counties where only ffoca 12 to 15 inches of rain fell. These measurements were taken by government observers and they stand on the records of the weather bureau as official. In the extreme southeastern orner of the state there was an excess of moisture, while northwestward the listribution was alxnit right for noraml •rop deveoliiment. Most of this rain fell during the growing season, the fall and following winter months showing a deficiency of moisture. OFFICIAITPASTIME. S. D. Congressmen Air Castle the National Capital in Their State. Washington Post: South Dakota ns in congress are accused of design» to lo cate the capital of the United States in their section of the country, provided it should ever be moved westward. Sen ator Kittredge persistently consulted the weather mai to illustrate his asser tions, till a blizzard or two some days ago swept across the prairies and en veloped every inanimate thing with snow and ice. the South Dakota mem bers of the house, possibly less easily dismayed, have been constantly calling attention to balmy South Dakota weather. Representative Burke has carefully studied meteorological condi tions this winter. He declares that the weather in western South Dakota has been more delightful since November than any where east of the Mississippi and north of Florida. Representative Martin, his colleague, goes a little further. He ex initiates on the refresh ing chinook winds which circle in and out of that section of the state, and says the South Dakota temperature ttl mot duplicates that of Washington, without having any of the undesirable climatic conditions of the present capi tal city. As Sonth Dakota ha# none of the hot summers of Washington, the members of that delegation believe it would be a far more desirable locality for the seat of the federal government rhan the Dis trict Of Columbia. For eruptious, sores, pimples, kidney and liver troubles, constipation, indi gestion. use Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. Carrie new tablet form. Frank Tex., be says: "No better FIX UP ROSEBUD BILL. Dakotans to Make It MofS to President's Liking. Washington, March H,—The South Dakota delegation has decided io maKi some important changes In the Rose bud hill as a result of the frequent conferences with the president. Th subject of price and the manner of disposing of the Indian lands in Greg orv county. S. P.. have been in con troversy between the president and the South Dakotans. It is probable that the Wll will bo so amended as to provide that the first 200 selections in the reservation shall be sold for $5 an acre, the next 20" for $3 an acre and the remainder foi $2.50. This, it Is expected, will prove satisfactory to the president so far as the price is concerned. It is under stood that a compromise will also effected on the manner of sellir.g th public lands. Mother and Daughter Drowned. St. I.ouis, March 9.—Mrs. Joseph Withington. wife of a Missouri i'acift conductor, and her eldest daughter. Nannie, were drowned in attempting to ford Meremac river in a buggy west of St. Louis. Another daughter saved herself by holding to an overhanging tree for two hours until rescued. The hugev was overturned in mjdsirea»yi. Deafness Cannot be Cured by InrsT applications as thev cannot reach the diseased portions of the ear. There is 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 Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed, Deafneas is the result, and unless the intiamation 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 mucous services. We will give One Hundred Dollar reward for any case of Deafnessicauaed by catarrh)that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O, Sold by all Druggists, 7oc. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Notiee of Trustee's Sale, will offer for sale, on Wednesday. March Ittth. 1904. at 2 o'clock p. m., the highest bidder, for cash, at the store building formerly occupied by N. D. McGillivray, of Madison, S. Dakota, a stock of general merchandise, inclnd ing fixtures, of the inventoried value of St 8.50. Also aTorrnt* and notes receivable of face value something over #2,000.00. Said sale to l»e at public auction. A copy of the inventory, ami list of receivables, can le »*-eiu*'ither at the hanking rooms of the xirst National Bank, of Madison, S. Dak., or at the office of Wyman. Partridge & Co., Min neapolis. Minn. Bidder* will be required to deposit 1" per cent of their respective bids. The right to reject any and all bids i* reserved.—J. F. Jordan. Trustee. Notice of Hearing Petition for Letter* of Administration. State of South Dakota, county oi Lake. ss. In County Court. In rh mafter of the estate of Susanna Honegger. deceased. The state of South Dakota sends greeting to Elizaltetb Eukley. William Honegger, Gustav Honegger, Emily Ritter, Margaret Winslow, Jacob John Honegger, and Peter Gottlieb Honegger. heirs at law and next of kin of Susanna M. Honneg ger deceased, and to all whom these pesents may come. Notice is heiel\ given that Jacob John Honegger ba ffled with the judge of this court, a ie tition praying for letters testamentary of the estate of Susanna M. Honegger deceased, and that Wednesday the 10th day of March. 1004. at one o'clock p. m. o' said day, beisg a day of a regulai te of this court, at the office of the cjuntv judge in the city of Madison, in the county of Lake, S. D., has lieen set for hearing said petition, when and where any person interested may ap pe ir and show cause why the said i»eti tion should not le granted. Dated at Madison, S. P., this Stb day of March A. D. 1904. -Charles Port**r. Ja Opera House TUBS MARCH tsHl. The Powertul SCENIC SUCCESS A ROYAL SLAVE Ir Seethe Great Tropical Palm land by Moonlight. The Gor geous Palace of the King. The Great Volcano in State of Eruption. Mo4 bewildering display of Scenic Embellish- incuts. life to even part of the licdy. 85 cents, tea or tttnith A Purgative Pleasure. If you ever took DeWitt's Little Flarly Risers for billiousness or constipation you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile with out producing unpleasant effects. They do not gripe, 9icken or weaken, but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs involved. W. H. Howell of Houston, Carload Scenery Effects 1 lis EYES EXAMINED FREE COHPLETE OPTICAL ROOn. FINE CLOTHING ay: a a a a n a a a a a a a a a 1 3 .i 3 Try us and see. buy elsewhere. a a a a a 1! 3 3 3 lge of the County Court £&st of 16 A Thrilling Story of Lo\, Hate, Passion, Intrigue, U vengH, Devotion and Heroic Daring. pill can used thsn Little Early Risers fur coastipation, sick headache, etu." toy Oook* Odee. Sold PRICES, 35-50-75 Seat Selling Saturday. prompt!) Mimillttiiifutt tfttttrt mi Why sham 1100 your own hair when you can have it done wit 1 suft water, thoroughly dried and dressed for fifty cents Have your hair treated with electricity and singed to make it grow. Have your nails manicured to make your hands look nice and vour face managed to remove blackheads and pimples. Also your scalp treated for dandruff. Ladies can come all dressed lor parties and have tneii hair dress «m1 ready to go. The haiidre«ing narlors will tie open every evening wheii there is a dance. We carry a full line of grey and anv other shades of switches, rolls and pompadours, and all kinds of hair ornaments and toilet articles. These Springlike Days will bring fee tfea minds of many the necessity of preparing tor House Cleaning and the need of looking ever the various stores for devices to make that work easy and of pl$as* Ing result. We want first to call your attention to our stock ef Wall Paper which this year surpasses anything we have ever had PAINTS, WOOD CLEANER, WINDOW-CLEANER and everything arc among our stock In this particular line and we are ready to put our time against yours to show them. o o e e o e o e o o o e o o e o e o o o o e I ...Stoddard & Halstead 3 ^^^rrrBarjnrrjrinrn^rr.n ^r^rrrr rnrrIrrirr!rrrrrnr,rrrrrrr H00MMSSI Dray Line. i BEST OITFITSII THE CITY. All kinds of Draying done also moving household goods. Piano Sc S»|e Hoving a ipeclalty. KEBIBE SIM. INMMtW LADIES. I Rooms over postoffice. tteteetfu n Frank Smith PJHOTDAWCO. How's Your SpringSuit? We have just opened up tha Finest Line of STIEN'S & BOYS'CLOTHING ever shown In the city and cordially invite your inspection of the] same. The following New Goods are now in stock. HATS & CAPS-All the new shapes. SHIRTS-A full line in new patterns auuHaaaaMauuaBtaBaaaaauBQaajaauaoaaauBOitaaeiaciaaaaaaaBataiaBaaiiJUBtauBCiuy UNDERWEAR & HOSIERY-Splendid assortment We are still offering exceptional bargains in Winter Goods. WALL PAPER. We are showing as large a line of Wall Paper as there is in the city today. Our prices are right. Our aim this season is to handle the bulk of these goods. We are the people with the price. If we do not give you more goods for the money WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE. S Druggists & Jewelers. rr rrrrtnr rrr rrrrrrr ntjrjznrnr,r:rr 33 *"3 Per Cent Off ON ALL OF OUR Winter Cloaks We make this Great Slaughter i'n order to turn the goods into money. You can find some extraordinary values'at our store on all WINTEB WEARING APPAREL. J. J. DAHL & SON. Hamm's Beer ON DRAUGHT AT THE SAN JUAN BUFFET W. F. GI05SI, Prop. i BOYS CLOTHING 1 1 .• -ir 'Avi. 4 I w w i MEN'S 1.i -M "ii ,v?