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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, September 28, 1908, Image 2

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PHONE 256
We handle only the
best and deliver to
all parts of the city
JONES BROS. GRAIN CO.
Successor to Jones & Metcalf.
e flatly $enCu't
MAOiaON.BOOTH DAKOTA,
TELEPHONE, NO. 26ft.
MONDAY. SKPT. 2H, 1906
or (tiHuimirTioM.
Hj n*ll,l rui $4.00
1fjMil,
1 A month* 8.00
jrmtil, Bmonttta 1.00
mall, 1 month 86
earrUr p«r w««k 10
J. K. hTAFll, Proprietor
Bryan's attack on Roosevelt in his
fpteches is beginning to react. At the
4p*ning of bis speaking campaign Mr.
|3ryan proudly announced that he was
ijthe heir of Roosevelt. But after a con
Jference with certain Wall street mag-
factics
iatea in New V rk he changed his
and commenced a series of at
ftacks on the president. Many of his
Supporters who mre also friendly to
^Roosevelt are wondeiing how long be
aw ill keep this up. If it is continued,
is pointed out, he will defeat him
!»lf, for Roosevelt's popularity
tniddle and far west is still so great
#hat not even Bryan can attack biui
Jwith impunity. Roosevelt is the idol
'\pt tbe maasea in th* west.
The comptrj"er of the currency has
*jaued a cull on national banks for a
Statement of their condition at tho
close of ousiness on Septem1cr j8.
Herman Riddt of New York, pol
jlisber of a (German newspapei has
appointed by Chairman Mack,
treasurer of tne democratic- cauipiiiun
^committee to succieed Gov. Haskell.
v'&Proof of Haakell u connection with
•'(Standard Oil was the cause of Hae
kell's removal.
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Pink Pain Tablets—Dr. Shoop'a—atop
^headache, womamy pains,any pain, any
'-/'Where, in 30 minutes sure. Formula on
^the 25c. bex. Ask your druggist or doc
r?4»tor about this formula—ifs floe. Bebatz
Ketcham
Notice of Teachers' Examination.
Notice iB hereby given that regular
teachers' examination will be held at
the West Wing of the Normal in Madi
non on Thursday and Friday. October
8th and 8th, 1008 This will be the
last regular examination for the year,
HO all who intend to teach should bo
•oretotekrifc —L. C. Kellogg,
takes place ill our garment department on the
occasion of the formal Fall Opening throughout
the store, beginning September 17th and contin
uing during the week.
For this occasion we have provided gar
ments of the highest quality and best style ever
seen in Madison.
In bringing these creations to your attention
we can not lay too much stress on their QUAL
ITY. The very name of the trade-mark sewed
in each garment tells the story of quality.
This label is also a guarantee of best work
manship and absolutely correct style.
In Coats, Suits, Skirts—for Women, Misses
and Children-WE HAVE THE GARMENTS
THAT WILL SATISFY.
These garments, made on the correct lines
after more than fifty years' experience in pro
ducing high-quality garments, FIT. Alterations
may be required in some instances—but such in
stances are few. When you come, DO MORE
THAN LOOK-TRY ON the garments.
You are most cordially invited to attend this first showing of the Fall garments. Make
yourself perfectly at home and ask all the questions you wish. We are at your service.
COAL
KEPT PLEDGES
South Dakota Republican Lead
er* Point to Party
Recor|
Sionx Falls, Sept. JT—The repnWl
can leaders, in reply to the charge that
they have uiade promises and failed to
keep them, declare their platform
pledges have lteen fully carried out,
and in support nf this point to tbe re
cord of the party in South Dakota. In
the campaign of two yea is ago the re
publican party of the state, as at pre
sent constituted, stood for various re
forms which the people of South Dako
ta are demandiug.
Among the reforms demanded was a
primary election law. Among the
first measures enacted by the republi
I can majority in tbe legislature of 1W?
in the
was
Co. Sapt. of Schools.
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the present primary election law.
•which in general has successfully stood
the strain of two severe tests. The
tests have demonstiated where in min
or particulars tue law can be improved,
and «t the session of the legislature to
be held next winter the republican tua
jority in that body will add such
amendments to the law as may be
deemed necessary to make it one ot the
best primary laws on the statute books
of any of the states.
It is further pointed out by the re
publicans tnat the railroad legislation
enacted by the republicans of South
Dakota during the legislative session
of 100? placed South Dakota in the
front rank of states in reform legisla
tion intended to bring to an end rail
road influence and domination in the
management of state affairs.
The 1SX)7 legislative session, the rt
publicans declare, also caned out plat
form pledges by enacting a law provid
iug for the ascertainment af tne true
value of all railroad property in South
Dakota, so freight and passenger rates
can be equitably adjusted. Such au
iippraisement now is l«eing made under
the direction of tbe state board of
railroad commissioners.
The republicans in the present cam
paign iu South Dakota stand for the
carrying on of this work to a successful
conclusion. They are pledged to this
by a plank in their state platform.
J. A. JOHNSON.
When this physical valuation of all
railroad property in the state is com
pleted, the records will be corrected
from year to year by annual reports
which the railroads will lie asked to
furnish, so that in tbe future the re
cords at any time will disclose the ex
act value of the property within tbe
state of any railroad corporation hav
ing lines in South Dakota.
These records will enable the state
legislature, when enacting any addi
tional railroad legislation, and the
state assessment board to do exact, jus
tice both to tbe railroads and the peo
ple of the state.
The republicans further point out
that various other meritorious Jaws
were enacted by them in the leigsla
ture of 107, these in each instance be
ing strictly in the interest of the people
of South Dakota. The republicans sav
that by si scrupulously carrying out
platform pledges their party has won
the «onfider.ee of all thinking men and
thai it stands for honesty in politics
and the full performance of platform
pledges.
Although lunch has been accomplish
ed by the republican party of South
Dakota for the cause of the people and
along lefoim liues. those prominent, in
party affairs say the party stands ready
to writB into the statute looks addi
tional measures which will tesnlt to
the benefit nf
the people
of the state.
THOUSANDS IN LINE.
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G0MPERS ENDS TESTIMONY
Ol
Temperance Hosts Parade Striata
Chicago.
Chicago, Sept. 28.—Temperance
hosts paraded the streets of Chicago
In what was intended to be an annual
exhibition of the strength of the foes
of liquor. Thousands of marchers
were In the parade, which traversed
the downtown streets.
Churches of almost every deuomina
tlon wer.3 represented, the Salvation
Army and the Volunteers of America
contributing almost the entire local
strength. The Good Templars and oth
er temperance organizations had thou
sands of members in line and scores
of the prominent, clergymen of the
city acted as officials of the parade.
Several of the temperance organiza
tions had elaborate floats, whilo i
score of bands were scattered among
the marchers. Spectators lined the
streets through which the parade
passed.
Eugene W. Ohafln, Prohibition can
didate for president, occupied a seat
In a tally ho with a party of Metho
dists.
A pleasing, good, high grade, truly
flavored, a tuber colored oup of coffee can
be had and without the real CotTee
danger, or damage t^« health by simply
using I)r Shoop's new substitute, called
"Health Coffee". Pure, wholesome,
toasted ceroals, malt, nuts, etc., make I)r
Shoop's Health Coffee both healthful
and satisfying. No20 to :H) minutes ted
ious boiling. "Made in a minute," says
Dr. Shoop. 1 Served as coffee, its taste
will trick an expert. Teat it and see
C. A. Kellev & Son.
When Trifles become Troubles
If any person etiHpects that their kid
neys are deranged they should take
Foley's Kidney Remedy at once and not
risk having Bright's disease or diabetes.
Delay gives the diserse a stronger foot
hold and you shouid not delay taking
Foley'sKidnevReraedv. J.H.Anderson
Denim Any Personal Maliot Toward
Mr. Van Cleave.
Washington, Sept. 28.—President
Gompers of the Federation of Labor
closed his testimony before Examiner
Harper In the contempt proceedings
with the denial of a statement attrib^
uted to Brighton Bradenburg of New
York to the effect that he (Gompers*
had attempted to bribe Bradenburf
rather than that he (Bradenburg) hac
attempted to bribe Gompers. Mr
Gompers also identified Mr. Braden
burg as the man who, he said, had
been charged with manufacturing a
letter from the late Grover Cleveland
extolling Judge Taft as a presidential
candidate.
Attorney Davenport, for the prose
cution, questioned Mr. Gompers con
cerning his personal feeling towards
James W. Van Cleave of the National
Association of Manufacturers, which
Mr. Gompers declared to be devoid of
malice. He said he had met Mr. Van
Cleave only once and that while he
spoke to him with cordiality Mr. Van
Cleave bad appeared very reluctant
to shr.Ke hands with him. Mr. Gom
pers Insisted on giving the details
of this meeting in opposition to Mr.
Davenport's protest, who pronounced
the proceeding as "unseemly."
"Anything within the bounds ot rea
son would be considered 'unseemly'
by you." retorted Mr. Gompers.
SIMPLY COMPLIED WITH LAW
Garfiald Upholds Hitchcock's Act in
Issuing Leases.
Washington, Sept. 28 —Secretary of
the Interior Garfield has made a state-
Taft and Bryan
at Mitchell
meat concerulug relations of former'
Secretary Hitchcock with the issue of
leases authorizing the Prairie Oil and
Gas company to lay a pipe line
ihrough Indian lands in Oklahoma.:
The records of his department, he
declared, show very clo.arly that Sec-:
retary Hitchcock simply complied
with an act of congress authorizing
ihe construction of pipe lines and that i
no where, ho declared, is there any
record or other evidence that the pres
ident at any time either overruled Mr.
Hitchcock or was at variance with
him in the course he pursued In the
issuance of these permits.
Mr. Garfield declared that the de
partment had never discriminated
against nor in favor of any person
or corporation in the granting of those
leases and that the Prairie Oil and
Oa3 company was dealt with exactly
ns were others who applied for the
right to lay pipe lines. About twenty
permits to lay pipe lines haye been
pranted by the department in connec
Hon with the Indian lands in Okla
horn a. In no ease, he said, had there
been any interference with the lawi
of Oklahoma.
REPUBLICAN TICKFT.
President—
William H. Taft, of Ohio
Vice President—
James S. Sherman, of New York
Presidential lilectore—
John L. Browne of Brown
C. If. Lein of Roberts
'T. F. Sohraeder of Pennington
Gottlieb Doering of Hutchinson
United States Senator—
COP I. Crawford, of Huron
Representatives in Congress—
Charles II. ISurke, of Pierre
Ebon W. Martin, of Dead wood
Jovernnr—
R. S. Vessey, o* Weasington Bpringt
Lieutenant Governor
H. C. Shober, of Highmere
Secretary of State
Samuel C. Polley, of Deadirood
Attorney (ieneral
S. W. Clark, of Redfield
Trim
surer—
(ieorge (1. Johnson, of Canton
Cotnmiraioner of School and Pabli
Lands—
O. C. Dokken, of Clear Lake
Superintendent of Public Instruction
II. A. Ustrud, of Hioux Falls
HailroaM ('ommissioner
F. C. Robinson, of (Jroton
COLLNTY TICKET
State Senator—
J. A. Johnson, of Madison
Representatives—
0. B. Meyers, of Chester
C. H. Thurow, of Concord
Auditor
Milo Drake of Ramwa
Treasurer—
P.J. Hoidal'of Summit
Register of Deeds
1. A. Baldwin, of Wentworth
Supt. of Schools—
L. C. Kellogg, of Nunda
County Judge
J. F. Blewitt, of Madison
States Attorney
Han Urdabl, of Madison
Clerk of Courts—
F. R. Van Slyke.of Madison
Sheriff
L. S. Martin, of Herman
County Commissioner—
James Olson, of Winifred
Coroner—
E. W. Goldman, of Madison
Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly
loosen when using Dr. Shoop's Cougi
Remedy. And it is so thoroughly ham
less, ihHt Dr. Shoop tells mothers 1
use nothing else, even for very youc
babies. the wholesome green leavt
anil tender stems of s lung healing
mountainous sbru give tbe ourath'
roperties to Dr. Shoop's Cough Rem'
dv. It calms ihe cough, acd lienl th
se sitive bron-hial membianes. No
cpiuiu, no chiorof rrn, nothing har-!
used to injure or stpprehs. Demand Di
Shoop's. Accept no oth*r. Sold fc\
Schutz & Ketcham.
Quick Relit for Asthma Sufferers
Foley 's Honey and Tar affords immeii
iate relief to asthma sufferers in tin
worstjstages and if taken in time wili
egect a cure. J. H. Andervor.
A. W. SPONHOLZ,
...Attorney at Law...
Addresses by William J. Bryan on September
28 and William H. Taft on September 29 will
be among the interesting features of this year's
Corn Belt Exposition at Mitchell, S. Low
fares from all stations in South Dakota and
from Sioux City, Iowa, daily, September 28th
to October 3rd inclusive, via the
Chicago
Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway
Ask your local ticket agent of this Company for
further information about rates, excursion
trains, etc., during the week of the South Da
kota Corn Belt Exposition.
F. A. MILLER,
General Passenger Agent,
Chicago.
Room 5, Garner Block
mi nnnr|(ii
PHONE 225
RELESS COOKE
Given away FREE by
JONES DRUG CO.
EGINNING OCTOBER i»t, 1908, wewiii
issue coupons with every 50c purchace
of goods from our store, on a $20.00
F1RELESS COOKER which is now on display.
THESE COUPONS will hold good until
DECEMBER 26,1908
Call and see this wonderful cooker, and do
your DRUG and STATIONERY trading with us.
JONES DRUG CO.
Phone 260...«* Corner Drug Store
REMEMBER!!!
We have exclusive sale of
CADWELL'S ELECTRIC CUT COfftE
At 35c per pound
And "GOLD MEDAL" C0EEEE
At 25c per pound
The Best in Good Groceries
of All Kinds
14 PEOPLE 14
S* ri !/." i.' 1 I 7) 1
IV ..
UTENANT,~„
5ccka-£ra«A^EUect
Zr Monday,
PHONE 195
Seats on sale at Jones Drug Co. Friday morning.
PRICES:—75c, 50c, 35, 25.
E. W. KETCH AH
will deliver promptly to any past of the city
the best grade ol
HARD AND SOFT COAL
KEfitUR
PRESTON'S
Madison Opera House
HUNT & COLGROVE,
Mgrs.
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Sept. 28

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