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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, November 18, 1904, Image 2

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For Bargains in
Ladies Street Hats
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DiaOIf, SOUTH
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Further, Mr. Fox Haid that it ws 8
9Qt t) the Black HilN that tho Milwau
IWo officials were loukini?, bat to tLe
ttcnth Pacific coast. i
Council BlntlM Nonpareil: A ii.eni
bW of the Washington Fost tejiortoiial
stafi Heeiuti to have accomplished the
im »OHiMe. He has succeeded in
Hqoeezina out, worming out. blasting
oat or otherwise extracting an in11i
tiew from Senator i\ittieilge, of South
Dakota. Kittredge in tne bugbear of
the Sioux City reporters who are uup
poeed by the stern hearted city editor*
to
tap him foi a column of disclosures
eveiy time he passen through Cal
Caldwel's town, which is pretty often.
The average result of a half hour'a jo«»
clarity with the South Dakota Nphvn*
is some fifty words, twenty five of
them leing "Ve-(" and an equal luim
ber
''No."
yield
BO
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i- v •'.
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&
&'
ail
much information in the
long run. Disgruntled newsjiajier boy*
in Sioux City claim that Kittredge ia
thrifty and eavea up all of his intelli
gence to put into the conrgessioual ieg
iflter, the net results dunng each session
being considerably over half a page.
However this may be. it is a fact that
the senator's picture doesn't hang in a
single Sioux City reporter's room. He
flpfliDty Boil for news prospectoiflk
New York disuaU'h. 10: Ex .Ttrffte
Al ton B. i'arker op«^iiel a law office 111
tfce building at Lil^rtv street, this
city, today. At the same time he an
noanced he 1 al become a resident of
this city that Mrs. Parker would join
bim here today ^tliat. they wonld at
oaice secure a home in this city, fle
said he had not enteied into a partner
ship with anyone and would practice
law alone. While Judge i'arker an
nounces that he will not form any pait
aership. his new office is in the suite
occupied byL. \V. SUcthan, of tiut,&riu
Df Sheehan & Collins.
ment,
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hi-
feel that
I
am fiftfays i*nre to
satisfy and gratify my customers by rec
©mending it to them.
I
FUR SALE
THE BIG STORE,
All This Week.
®ljc gUulii £eaiei!
DAKOTA.
IUIOAY, NOVMMUKR IS. 19l4
TIC 14HH or SUBSCRIPTION.
B/Jnml, 1 yenr $4 lO
By mall, n month*.
By m»11, Smooth* I.0n
lusll, 1 month .»•'
By carrier per vvs*»k I"
.1. K etTA HI. Proprietor.
II. A. SlWUi.. Bnatne** H*n*K« r.
sociali^t candidate for
dent. 14
presi
credited with having
wcelved
400,000 votes in the late election.
fSioux Citv Journal, 1?: F. L. Fox.
«f Sionx Falls, who iaased throngh
Sioux City yesterday on the wav home
from Chicago, declared that on Tuesday
he had heard in the general offices of the
Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul liail
way -oujpany tho Htiitenicnt liv
officials of the company that plans fur
extending the system from haa.berlain
W«re being developtnl.
^rhese officials, accoidini tt Mr. Fox.
Mid that the eapital fight in South Da
kota had not in tlie leaat affected the
Mil waukee'w plaiiH with regard to this
i uportant" extension.
AT
Ail extraordinary large line of Coats,
Scarfs and Muffs in the latest designs to
select from.
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
An arbitration treaty between Switz
erland and Belgium has been signe I.
Mrs. I'atlle Mooiv, police matron at
Kansas City, is dead. Mrs. Moore waa
well known In the West.
Former (Jovernor Hugh S. Thomp
son of South Carolina is critically ill
at his home in New York city.
Kio Janeiro lias icsunied lU noinmi
appearance. The militaiy .school hj
closed and the officers implhatel in
the recent outbreak have been impii.
oned.
Congiessman Edward D. Crumpaek^
er of the Tenth Indiana district luur
annouiK od tin candidacy for the Unit
ed Stales senate to succeed Senator
Fairbanks.
The (Jerman foreign otlb e aiilliorizo
the Associated Press to say that there
is absolutely uo truth in the rumor
that Ktnperor William's throat trouble
bail returned.
Members of the New York Ya ht
club have about com Imleil that the
Amerlca'a cup is safe for another year
and thai no lacus will occur iu J'JUD
for that trophy.
Mrs. I cvl Z. Lelter of Chicago, who
was tailed to 1 («nton two months aso
by the serious illness of her (iau jl.ter,
I^ady Cuixoii. leriiriiei homo '1 u»u..day
on the hUan-er AJajt-«uic.
The Hotel Oljmiiia at CI.- i
Wash., one of the oldest bt'iUi'- i
Washington, lt«ta beeu Lr. ifd
Miguel Nu-doa^
1
%£,*
'».• i-i
NOV. iq
J. A. JOHNSON.
See them at
Mrs. H. A. Stahl's
MILLINERY PARLOI&
SPECIAL SALE
iilll
1
ground The loss will a
000. Ail the itetiis em a"©d sale!'.
The Italian fv».t.iKU otll e i .3 into
ed Auie an A^ba-^atlo
1
»h»v
Italy is Quito lavu. able to t.:e ton ii.
sion of ji ai iut: ai
:on
t: a«y v. Hh ut
United Statcj anti will empower An:
basHU.l« Mayor des Planehos to tsigu
it in WasMnoftor.
a
youas Fl ipino stc
dent who hi l-O'lns ottur'atei at th
state normal univei&lty at Ix'oi'r.a1
111., by the »-.oveiuu.'eut, has bt-cn -»iri
manded bv the war de|-a.tni -r.t to
attacking the ftiais and the
fo the Catholic church in the I'hil
lppines.
Hen RtPUV
RuCftla,
Kittredge is a regular
Twenty Questions' game, but he doee
not
COP. DIAL,.
HC\AC.cr, Cannot P-:'t cipatc
in Pcacc Contcrence.
St. PeU-isburg, Nov. -The Hua
sian lormal reply icgatding the ton
veninK ol The Hague coniott nee Ls not
ex pec ed till next week. In lac n eftn
tin.t tlie views of other ypwe.s arc
being ascertained through tno ttusstan
represciitatlyes abroad. While there
Is uo reason to believe that Russia can
agree to paiticjpato iu a lonfeiciu
during the war there is every indica
tion that Russia will not only not re
sent the proposal but that her ropl.v
will bo of a cordial character.
In the course of a conversation on
the subject between Foreign iVlinlwtei
Lamsdortl and Charge d'Aftiurs Fddy
of the American embassy the finmcr
spoke feelingly of Russia's great Inter
est in the work and the aim of the
peace conference initiated by Emperor
Nicholas and the important fact de
veloped that it had been Russia': in
tention, had the war not Intervened,
to herself invite the powers to a sec
ond conference. While the war wa
in progress, however, Count l.amsdorff
explained It was a patent difficulty
to fruitful free diicusr.ion and to
decision In questions which might a!
feet, the activity of the present beiig
Thousands Cured.
Witt's
De
write this to
show how well the rernudy is spoken of
iM-re." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was dis
covered after years of seientitic experi
ments and will positively cure all stom
ftfih troubles, Sold by Cook
& Odee.
Witch Ilazel Salve has cured
thousands of cases of Piles. "I bought
a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve on
the recommendation of our druggist."
so writes C. ||. LaCroix, of Zavnlla.Tex.,
"and used it for a stubborn case of Pil--s.
It
cured
me permanently*" Sold
Cook & Odee.
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7
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A v k i o & i 4 $ y
by
19
ist.ii.viv LI-* 'dY
WYNNE.
Postmaster General Discharges a Wis
consin Stenographer.
Washtn&iun. iuv. lb.- Postuui.ster
General \vynne ha« removed Mom
olfi e l). Ai. Monroe ot Wisconsin, a
i,lenog:apbei- iu ihe o:ii(e of the insl
assistant i:o.:t master geiieial. The
can .«• m-iW'Ued was iusubonllnaimn
and the Wining of iumn.'tini. uilons to
the lau I'ostmaster (ienerai Payne
criticizing his superior in the i!eiait
ment jps well as the method of keep
ing im,ierords and dictating action to
be talu'rt ia en tain (ates affecting the
cieil»s.
One Dead, Several Injured.
Drio'tT, 18.—One man is dead
and thiee others aie seriously injured
aw n 0* a tire which has de
stroyed tho tar plain of the Denver
Gas anil Kleuile lomjiany. The i»v'op
en v lot'S is eslimated at 82'2.i!0!). Tho
lire wc.H auseJ bv spontaneous oai
bU8*'M'
A Runaway Ihevi le,
Teriniuat(d with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. 11. Orner, Franklin drove, 111.
It developed a stubborn ulcer unyield
ing to doctors find remedies for four
years. Then Itneklen's Arnica Salve
cured. It's just as good for ISurnft,
Scalds, Skin Eruptions and l'ilos. 2."e,
at Stoddard A- KaNtead's Drug Store.
BLOODED HOGS.'
Importance ot the Like View
Herd Bred by Jones Bros,
of riadison.
tinder the heading, I.nke View Herd
of Poland Chinas, the Dakota Funnel
-avs: This well known herd is owned
by the enb rpri-ing fiiin of S. .Tones
& Co., of Madison. S. D. Their faini
is located quite near towu and people
who wish to inspcer- their stock will find
that it is no tiouble at all for the boys
show their hog«. They have a good
herd and are (roiul of it. At the head
stands Dakota F»rfee|ion No. 7:280:1, by
Pioud Perfection, out id' Winn «fc Mas
tin swcejMtHkei ft W, Missotlti's Best.
Dakota Perfecti ti is a sidemlid siie
and has proved his woith in everv way.
He mighty tool pigs and hits of
them. He »s of gtuxl even corflrurma
tion, fairly loon, very deep, heavy
unp, extremely large heart Birth
showing a vigorous constitution, and i-s
well np 011 hi 1 toes. He has a nice
head and eais, in fact, is good in every
way. He is particularly valuable as a
sire from the faci that he pats the cor
rcet chape on liis pigs. They have been
shipped all-over the Dakota's, clear up
to the Canadian line and give iicucral
satisfaction. The brood sow* in Lake
View herd are all well matured, beinu
five years old, and have provtr(l to IK?
very uroliiic breeders as well as most
excellent individuals. Bjnine Price
and I-ady Carrol both have
a
twelve pigs each litter: Corwin Maid,
ten pigs: Vixen, nine pigs, and Fancy
Tecumseli eleven pigs. These aie
the kind of hogs that make
money for the farmers aud are far pre
ferable to the compact blcx^y typexf
Poland Chinas that became fashion
able for a time.
Jones & Co. have adopted a system
of breeding that w'll commend itself to
all intelligent progressive breeders.
They do not breed their gilts at too
early an age but wait nntil the animal
is fairly well developed. As a result
tluir growth is not n.aterialk
checked, their progeny is more vieorous
in constitution, and better in everv
way.
A r#pvc«entative of the Dakota
Fartr^r recently visited Lake View
herd and found it in spendid condition
The hogs have had free run of a large
field of alfalfa and are looking fine.
Among the young boars are many of
sup* rior excellence, fit to head almost
any herd. A fine lot of young gilts are
also prominent in tlx' herd and are the
kind that are bnilt for busiaetH. Like
their dams they will 'farrow a lot of
pigs and gixxl ones too.
O. S. Jones iV Co. till all orders, par
licular attention being paid to those re
ceived by a ail. The held farm is locat
ed quite near the thriving city of Mad
ison, S. D., and all those interested in
good hogs are moat cordially invited tu
inspect the
herd.
fl ui'
hIGS BLOCKS TRAFFIC
RIOTERS ATTACK NONUNION FUR­
NITURE MOVERS IN BUSIEST
SECTION OF
CHICAGO.
HUGE RESERVES Alt UUtt flUT
OFFICERS AT SCENE O* TROUBLE
UNABLE TO MAKE HEADWAY
AGAINST THE CROWD.
Chicago, Nov. 18. A mob of sympa
thizers and striking furniture movers
attacked several wagons of the John
ston Chair company In the heart of the
business district during the day and
for a time traffic was blocked by a
mass of struggling rioters. The driv
ers of the wagons were menaced by
the mob The few policemen on hand
were helpless to make headway again-1
the crowd, which only gave way w'.n-ii
reinforcements of police arrived.
Similar trouble occurred when two
wagons loaded with chairs drove up
to the Sherman street entrance to the
Board of Trade building.
A ciowd of 1,000 persons follov.cj
the wagons, which were under police
guard, and many threats were made
at the nonuuion drivers.
Doors ou the .Jackson boulevard
side of the Board of Trade building
were locked and other doors guarded
that no trouble might occur in the
building. Operators, clerks aud mes
sengers gathered upon window ledges
of the Board of Trade and surrounding
buildings, threw corn upon the crowd
and incicased the confusion by yell
lug continuously The corn throwers
were finally dislodged by the police.
Kopeu which held dozens of hairs
on the wagons were cut. Foes of the
nonunion drivers -hurled the chairs at
the wagon men. Two patrolmen re
ceived injuries from chairs. A run
ning light ensued, the crowd pursuing
the wagon, all the way back to the
fHdorv.
When once liberated within your sys
tein. it produces a most wonderful
eftect. It's worth one's last dollar to
feel the pleasure of life that comes by
taking Flollister's Bocky Mountain Tea.
Frank Smith.
Financial Statement
l)f the "l.iikt* County ISnnk of MMCHHOII, South
Diikotii, at the clone of liunin
T.HAI
Nor. 10, 1W4.
MTWLFLTTSH
l.'i ui« and liirtCounU
ivi'rdrafts
Ivxpeiitiea
Ileal i-Htute ......
Dlle from other
»rh on httliil
•f|sv'££
.ti.it, at Mudlson.
11 tii* etowi of n
Of thf Mftilioon Ptttte Huuk
attkte of South Dakota,
on the Kith ilay of Nor., I!*i4.
ltK*OI'IU'lf4.
I,D III- Hlll lliHCOUUtS
S'ock* rikI rond«
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1
.'i-titirate*
nlrHftH
thinking furnitiire
other real Matt
K\If
T.-IMV
Dur iroui ollit-r hnnkn
Tdtal (Vinfe
Tut*!
I'. 1t.1l
credit of
Cl'lltM
Total
11 III 1 V IDIIAL
Price
Smallest
Living
Profit.
4,1 **UX
,, M,-iC. St
.fm,Ha.!»i
$ ar,TN*).u)
.. ii,t:a.4r
.. lOOj.viri.n-J
uabujtik*.
Capital
I udivUled pri!t»
Ile|Krtlt« subject to cl
crtifk-atea of riepoMi
('asihler iliTkii
Total
•lavlof NOT.,
B7,s.i i
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JOHN WADUKN,
President.
C.EO. K. COCHRANE. f'Mbier.
Subscribed
IIIMI
sworn to before me tliU 17tit
1!*M.
MAHTIN
V.
HKKTHtiH,
Notary Public, l.ake County, S. O.
Financial Statement
In the
ln«inea*
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UltY E. MITPI1KI.L,
lirr Puhlic, Lake foantr, fo 0»k.
Financial Statement.
No. 3,11!*. UYportof the coiiilitlon of the Kiret
National Bank, at Miiilisoii, in the state of »onth
Daki tc, ht the clone of Inmiiienn Nbv. lllh, 1!KM.
UF.SOl BCK*.
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circulBtloli
S. IIOIIIIH to neoure f. ite|xi»itn....
l'ri"fiumfl on S
IMIIKIH
HOIHIH, «e-iiritieM, etc
Ilanklni house, furniture und fixturnw..
One from ational Imnks (not resen*
a^'eiit 1)
One Jrorn approved reserve amenta
1 'lieckrt ami oilier casta iteiue
Note* of other National bank*
Fractional paper currency, nickel* and
I vr,
4 l-.is.iiil
5,!rr.on
B0.7!«.s»
inn 17
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Lawful Money Heaerve III Bank vi/
Specie S
I.eg#I temler notes
Keilemjitioii fund with lT. H. treasurer
(R p«r emit of circulation).
K. I,. Ftrra, Director*
x-i
18,915.25
1,1-JS.UU
.ywe/nn-.u,
AUIUTIKH.
Capital ctoi k paid ill $ 50,0JI
Surplus fund
ndivlded profits, lea* expMwl and
taxes paid II,**. I»
National hank n-ites outatandlttg *i,foi*.Mll
l»ue to other National hauka IS.o-jti n
hue to --tate hanks and tmnkera. ...
depoeits Suiliject t8 CtxM'k....
Demand certificates of deposit. lll.WO'.
i'a»h er checks oiitstanuiug I.OCKMK
I nit il states deposits #.(**1 Ut
Tota'
Htate of South Dakota,county of l.ake, as:
l,{. L. Met'alUster, th» *h«vsnamed
hank, do solemnly aw ear that Uieal«ve statenient
if trns to the lest of n»v knowledge and liellel.
TKII,
I.. Mci'ALLISTKIt, Cashier.
Huhacriled and sworn to Itvlure ine this 17th
day of No*., it*M. It. SCHCTZ. Notury Pnhllo.
Correit Attest: F. D. (firra, K. K. MI-C'AI.I.IH-
SAMPLE SHOES
Children's Clothing at proportionate prices.
Splendid Bargains in Men
IN SAVING BROTHER.
«f
I.M
s-
Thirteen Hit by Train, but
Boy Escapes.
Carroll, la., Nov. 18.—Katie Stum
meyer of this place Is dead as the re
sult of a heroic and successful attempt
to save her little brother fiom beii.^
run down by a train. The little boy
was not hurt, but the giil, who v. as
thirteen years old, failed to get nt
of harm's w«v and was Instantly kil: i
There is more Catarrh in this sect ion
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Science has proven
catarrh to be a eonstitulioi al disease
and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's t'atarrh Cure, manu
faetured by F. J. Cheney A Co.,Toledo,
Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on
tho market. It is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a toaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testimon
ials Address: F. J. CHKNKV, & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists
75J Tske Hall's Family Pill* foe con
stipation.—Stoddard & Halstead.
A Heavy Load.
To lift that load off the stomach take
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what
you eat. Sour stomach, belching, gas on
stomach and all disorders of the stomach
that are curable, are instantly relieved
and permanently cured by the use of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. S. P. Storrs, a
druggist atliUT Main street. New Britain,
Conn., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
giving such universal satisfaction and is
au surely becoming the positive relief
and subsequent cure for this distressing
Pioesalve acts like
a
poultice.-
dard A. Halstsad.
-Stod-
The Clothiers
Many Different Styles In
Finest Quality Underwear
All Wool Flannels, Best Qualities $1, 1.50 and $2
Fleece Lined, xtra Good Garments 5oc to $1.75
Union Suits, Warm and Comfortable $1.25 to $2.75
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
Js
$1.75 a heavy all wool garment now 65 cents.
Fur Coats at Less Than Actual Cost.
NICK BJ0RN5TAD, The Shoeman.
Strictly
Cash
noitey
Cheerfully
Refunded
& Co.
In Order to do so we mu»t
dispose of o*tr stock there
fore we offer all our K. N.
& F. & Kuppenh .imer high
grade suits and Overcoats at
ORHATLY
REDUCED
PRICES
There 1* so
thing better
made than these well
kn»*n makes
SUITS A, OVERCOATS
$22.50 now $16.50
now
20.00
1500
14 50
13 00
now 1000
All Men's cheaper suits
and overcoats and all Boy's
WintUnderwear, a regular $1,50 to
CAS 'S
PERFECT
FORM
i uAlLUliNT iui ladies a [H'lfi'll flgl'iro.
Dispensing with padding and interling. No hooks, no clasps, no
Incus, no strings, no heavy steels. The corset is fastened to the form
by a strap which is passed through an opening in one side of the
Imck, then around the waist from the left to the light side and fasten
with a buckle. The straps passing over the shoulders act as a brace
and incline the wearer to throw kick the shoulders, thereby eultivat
ing an erect figure. Can be worn with any garment. Recommended
by physicians and health reformers, as they do not press otl the lungs
or stomach. Admired by tailors and dressmakers, as they so perfec
the form that- desired effects in the fitting of garments are more easily
lr ajticed, Made from sateen, white, drab, Waek. Batiste-wtiit
pink, blue. FOR SALE AT
THE FAIR.
Our fall line of SAMPLE SHOES have just arrived. This is the BIQQEST
SNAP of the season to get shoes at alow price. You must come early to get the
best selections, this is no FAKE Sale. You all know what these sample ahoei
are, as we have sold them for several years. Yours for Shoe Bargains.
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