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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, December 06, 1904, Image 2

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fiiOT 1 consists ofXadies Ker
sey and Boucle Jackets 22 to
24 inches long sold for $4.00 to
1! 7MQ
Now $1.69
LOT 2 consists of Ladies' Ker
sey, Beaver and Boucle Jackets
22 to 27 inches long, sold for
$7.50 to $10
Now $2.79
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AGE 4 to 10 years
we will
ANY OLD PRICE
GOOD UP-TO-DATE COATS.
THE FAIR
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MADISON. BOU1H DAKOTA.
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S UESDA V, DECE HER 0. 1904
TKHHt or SUBSCRIPTION.
Bymtll, 1 year $4.00
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By mall, 1 month .36
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11. A. SfXUL. H'1-in.ix Miliar
In many sections of Sooth Dakota
this fall come reports of money loaners
having a hard time to stand o3 the
men who owe them money and who
persist in a desire to pay up their loans
and take op their paper before it is clue.
Not only is thin tne case with individ
uals but debtors to the state school
fund desire to take up their paper be
fore it is due, and for that privilege
are willing to pay interest for a vear in
advance. The state in the same
shape as the private individual who
has Rood loans oat, and does not want,
the principal, but the income. The
private individual can refuse to accept
tbe money before it is due, but when
the interest in advance is offered the
state it must accept. How different
this condition from the situation in
South Dakota so short a time ago that
it almost seems yesterday when it was
the money loanei who was importuning
for his money and the borrower vsk&MW
begging for time.
Mrs. Pell, wife of Dr. Alexander Pell
of the department of engineering at the
state university at VeiuulUau* ifi (kad
si Vermillion.
James "Redmond, a livery man and
much respected citizen of Henry, was
instantly killed by being run ovei by a
wagon loaded with feed which he wan
hauling.
Five hundred and ten licences have
baen issued up to the oresent time by
tbe Lawrence county treasurer to
hunters for deer. These licenses are all
for local hunters. None as yet come
from outside of the rtate. The fee for
residents of the state is $1 a year, and
tm those outside of the state |25.
Sew York Glole: The example of
tte Long Island gentleman in politely
SfCorting his wite to Sioux Falls. S.
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THE BIG STORE
Great Cloak Clearing: Sale
fiilrtlftfrt© CLEAR out our itock of old kiyle Cloaks and Jackets we havejiiade SWEEP
Their cost Has not been considered. Good assortment of
|NQ PRICE REDUCTIONS.
Sim and colors.
A Qood Assortment of Children*' 4k Misses Cloaka and Jackets $1.00 to $5.00.
J. A. JOHNSON.
We are Overstocked
on Children's Coats in
offer at most
Come and Look at
fTHEYkWONT COST YOU MUCH
and they are
LOT 3 consists of Ladles' Ker
sey, Beaver and Zibeline coats
sold for $7.60 to $15
Now $3.89
|iOT 4 consists of Ladies' Ker
sey and Zibeline coats, 27 to 30
inches long, sold for $9.00 to
$ii
Now $5.29
.i
D., in order that she may get a divorce
can not be to highly commended. As
tbe man explains, the lady is not used
to tiaveling. and why, just localise
they desire to be divorced, should he be
lacking in gallantry as to let her
start across the country alone? Why,
indeed 'I With a few more of the
amenities of life introduced into the
couit piocetdings divorce would doubt*
less cease to be the evil it now is. Some
women have already been known to
send out announcement cafds of theii
divorce, and with the example set by
the Long Island gentleman there is no
reason to hope that divorces will soon
cease to le the shocking ud sensational
affairs they now too often are. It
will tie learned, perhaps. that poilcenef*
pays even in divorce proceedings.
Sioux FallN Argus Leader: South
Dakota can build a state house at far
less cost than most states. There are
in the penitentiary 150 able bodied men
at the service of the state. They are
now without work, and the problem of
how to employ them is a grievous one.
To set them at work quarrying stone,
dressing it and carving it would I*1 a
mercy to them and would in a year or
two get out without expense to the
state all the stone needed for an impos
ing structure.
Dell Bapids Tribune: There has
been some (4 nest ion as to whether or
not the women of tbe city can vote at
the proposed election on the question
of issuing bonds for the erection of a
new school building. Attorney P. W.
Dougherty, having looked the matter
up for the board of education, tele
phoned the Tribune yesterday morning
that he finds that all women twentv
one years of asre, and otherwise legally
qualified, can legally vote on tbe Ques
tion of issuing bonds for school pur
poses, and hence the women of Dell
Rapids can vote at tbe proposed
election.
Governor Herreid has received a call
for a meeting of an American Forestry
Congress to be held in Washington. D.
C., January 2. 3,4. 5 and 0. 11)05. Tbe
call is signed by Secretary Wilson, of
tbe department of agriculture. The
purposes of the congress are to discuss
the matter of forestry in America. On
January ft, tbe meeting will be ad
dressed by the president, sad other
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prominent men of the country. Gov
ernor Herreid in authorized ti appoint
five delegates to represent the state in
the congress, and if desirous of secur
ing representative men of the state who
will take the time and trouble to attend.
AFTER THE MAN.
Eastern Women Would Like to
Capture a Susceptible Beadle
County Farmer.
Huron dispatch. 4: During the Sep
tember term of ciicnit court in this
city. Judge Whiting, of the Ninth ju
dicial circuit, imposed a tine ol up
on a well to do fanner and widower
living in the western part of Beadle
county for violating an order restraining
him fiom liestowing affections or gifts
upon an attractive widow and school
teacher in the same neighborhood
against her wishes. So unique and out
of tlie usual line of court proceedings
was the action that the matter found
it* way into the newspapers, and the
case has caused much comment and no
little correspondence has resulted from
people curious to know "all the facts.
Officers of the couit have received com
munications from eastern women aspir
ing to matrimonial entanglements, ask
ing foi the suggestion of a plan where
by they may be brought into commun
ication with the ardent admirer of
widows. If these letteis of inquiry
(ontinue to increase in numbers it will
be necessary to employ a clerk to an
swer them. One of the inquiries, con
taining a clipping telling of the action
of the court, w^'tten upon delicately
tinted stationery and sweetly perfumed,
addressed to Judge Whiting, and dated
New York city, reads as follows:
"Deal Hir: Please do not think me
intruding if I write you these few lines,
but reading this clipping in a New
York paper I find it woith while to ask
you if it i-i possible for you to bring
me into connection with this farmer,
for I see he is fond of widows, and 1
am a charming widow of 28, and you
would earn a thousand thanks if you
could form an acquaintance batweep ua
through the mails."
BLACK HILLS SCHOOLS
Regents in Session -Progress of
Spearfish Normal a ad tlie
School of Minesi.
Deadwood dispatch, 4: Tbe stale
board of regents of Sonth Dakota was
in session at Rapid City and Spearfish
last week.
The attendance at botn the school of
mines and tbe normal school at Spear
fish is the largest in the history of tnose
schools. -Members of the board indi
vidually sjK»ke of the normal school at
Spearfisn as being the best conducted
and best equipped school of its kind in
the state. An appropriation will le
asked for again at the next session of
the legislature of at least ft!, 000 to lie
used in furnishing tbe new science hall
at the state normal school. The build
ing has heen finished, and only two
rooms are being used. The normal
school is greatly hampered for a lack of
room.
The mem bet* of the board who were
present were I. W. Goodner of Pierre,
who is president of the board Dr. F.
A. Spafford ofjUandreau: M. F. Greelv
of dary R. M. Slocnm of Herreid A.
W. Burtt of Huron, and tbe secretary,
I. D. Aldrich ot Big Stone.
There will be no difficulty at tbe next
session of the legislature in securing a
larger appropriation for the state school
of mines, owing to the great improve
ments that have !»een made in the
school during tbe i«ist four or "five
veai a, under tbe management of Dr. J£.
L. Slagie.
Thouaands Cured
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has cured
thousands of cases of Piles. "I bought
a box of DeWitt's WTitch Hazel Salve on
the recommendation of our druggist,"
so writes C\ H. LaCroix, of Zavalla, Tex.,
"and used it for a stubborn case of Piles.
It cured me permanently.' JK Sold by
('ook A Odee.
Pioeealve acts like a ^poultice,—Stod
dardA Halstsad.
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JAMES 0. TYKER IS DEAD
**ii0ve0 Ffiowr ^-OSTTTON OF AS­
SISTANT ATTORNEY GEN­
ERAL LAST YEAR.
Washington, Dec. 6.—Vomer Post
master General James N. Tyner died
at '»:35 a. m.
Mr. Tynti was postmaster general
during President Orant's administra
tion. His last official duty was as as
sistant attorney general for the post
office department, from which office he
AUKS M. TYNKB.
was removed last year and afterward
dieted, together with his nephew,
Harrison J, Barrett, on a charge of
conspiracy in connection with the use
of the mails by certain alleged "get
rich-quick" concerns. On this charge
he was acquitted by a jury. He had
been ill health for a number of
years. He waa born In Indiana In 1826.
SEEK GOVERNMENT AID.
Congress Will Be Asked to Subsidize
Alaska Railroads.
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 6.—Alaska op
erators resident in Seattle and other
Interested parties In the development
of that country say they will urge!
upon congress to extend governmental
aid or subsidy in the matter of rail
road construction in the territory, In
sisting that a rider to this effect he
placed upon the bill passed by the
last house guaranteeing
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 5.--A otoudy
l*!n during the day broke the longest
drought in Central Kentucky in half a
century, though it was not heavy
enough to be effective. The water
works company published a notice to
all farmers that they may get water
free of cost at the reservoir till lha
drought if over.
Rockefeller Institute in Mew Yerk City
Under Construction.
New York, Dec. G.—Construction
work on the Rockefeller institute for
the investigation of the causes of dis
ease at Sixty-fifth street and Avenue
A. this ity, has begun. The buildings,
with their equipment, will cost $1,
20O.O00. The cornerstone of the cen
tral building has ht en laid and the
structure, which is to cost $340,000,
will be reaied at once. When com
pleted the building will be publicly
dedicated to the discovery and study
of the bacteria of disease. Three
blocks of property surrounding have
been purchased so that the character
of the ueinhhorhood mav hp controlled.
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put togother, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it alocal disease and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Science has proven
catarrh to be a constitutor al disease
and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney A Co.,Toledo,
Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on
the 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. Thev offer one
hundred dollars for any case- it fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testimon
ials. Address: F. J. CHENEY, & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists
75 Tak'i Hall's Family Pills for con
Btipation.—Stoddard & Halstciarf.
Not a Sick Day Since.
'•I was taken severely sick with kidney'
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which relieved me. One day I
saw an ad. of your Elcctric Bitters and
determined to try that. After taking a
few doses I felt relieved, and soon there
after was entirely cured, and have not
seen a sick day since. Neighbors of
mine have been cured of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles
and General Debility." This is what B.
F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C. writes. Only
50c, at 8toddard & llalstead Druggists.
Braces body and brain, strengl teas,
soothes, cures while you sleet). That's
what Hollister's Reeky Monntain Tea
will do. Make* you well, keeps you
one
5
per cent in­
come upon the money invested in such
enterprises in the Philippines and
which is now coming up as unfinished
business in the senate. The claim
that the United States is duty bound
to do at least as much, if not more, in
the rent-or of development for Alaska,
which Is Amerkan soil, as for her Far
£ast^rn is!c:irt Tsoasessions.
SLeady Rainfall in Kentucky.
I
1 i k
vJrvJ
Pries
Smallest
Living
Profit.
Men's Fur-lined in band caps $1.25 and
The Time
of Xmas.
is
IMMOM
A Good Complexion.
"Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks re
stored by using DeWitt's Little Early
liisers," so writes S. P. Moore, of Na
cogdoches, Tex. A certain cure for hi]
iousness, constipation, etc. Small pill
easy to take easy to act. Sold by
\xk A Odee.
CITY
Meat Market
1
well. 85 cents, tea or tablets. —Frank'
Smith.
WMMII ee»eeeee»MeMiinHSSi
Pu"e
food
/,
ant*
mr'*s
a*1,.
«rEM
JOHN SCHULTZ,
Phone 16
GR1NAGER BROS,
The Clothiers
Patent In-Band Caps
Ear warmer. Head warmer, and Neckwarmer combined in
CHALLENGE caps
Choice of four shapes-Choice of two linings
Twenty different patters
Men's Flannel-lined in hand ©ftps 60c and $1.00
Draining Close that makes
We wish to state we are goiii£ to bi in the race this year stronger
than ever. We will have the goods and the Price.
Now this is easy to say in price but all we ask it to try us, you can
put away the goods early and get the be&t of the assortment.
Our stock of jewelry will be very large. W© have a large Mock #f
Diamonds, Watches and everything in this line.
Try us and be Convinced.
Remember there is Something: Coming.
Stoddard & Hal-stead.
Santa Claus Season
Headquarters at
Cook & Odee's
We are ready with a handsome stock for the
holiday season. A few pointers. We have
Dressing cases in Staghorn finish
Japanese Goods
Hand painted China
Besides hundreds of other articles appropriate for gifts for parents, children
or Sweetheart.
NICK BJORNSTAD, The Shoeman.
We have the best M»)rtmint of Men's and Ladle Warm Lined «nd Felt Shoes
AS wall as the largest and most complete line of Overshoes and Rubbers in all sizes
and Grades. Overgalttrs. Hosi^sy, Gloves and Hittens. Have just received a
Large line of samples in warm shoes and slippers, now Is the |time |to get warm
•hoesat a small cost. Come and Look them over.
Strictly
I
$1.50
a
Cut Glass
Dolls and Toys at any price.
Cook & Odee.
For Bargains in
Ludies Street Hats
hm e eeeeeeee
Cash
Honey
Cheerfully
Refunded
tbm
Person think
See them at
Mrs. H. A. Stahl's
MiLUNERY PARLORS
SPECIAL SALE
All This Week.
04 C. Newman, Frankfort—Our baby
was sic kly, did not grow. Our doctor
recommended Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. Now she' .strong, rosy and
healtnv, thanks to yonr 'Pea, 85 cents.
-Frank Smitn.
r1
grin
1
dv
ioir!tabbing
pain in
r»- ,H kidneys. A dos»
oi I monies will cure it over nivht,
Pineules is a new disdovery put up in
new way A delightful remedy mntl
epectlc for all Kidney and llladder
troubles.-- Stoddard A Halstead.
I I III III MILL 11II111| II

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