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'nc second hand 15 J. VValtham in
year Jos. Faliy case.
I 'ully Guaranteed.
SOMETHING WORTH
REMEMBERING
BARGAIN PRICES
PURE MAPLE
SYRUP IN BULK
EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
from now until Christmas we shall run a Special Sale of
some kirtdL This means that we will offer a certain line of
goods at
for these two days only. This week we will specialize
watches. We strike a few bargains ourselves at times and
we shall make you some prices this week that will surprise
you. Here are a few of the bargains:
$7.00
(»ne second hand 21 J. Elgin Veritas, 18 size, open
iee, 25 year Crescent case. This tin- 1es1
u'ateh the Elgin people make. Will tfJOQ
pass railroad inspection •%J\J
iiiaranteed as good as new.
And the price is the tame as you pay
for a mixture
40c per Qt., or
75c per Half Gallon
We also have lots ttf good BLENDED
SYRUPS. Pure Maple Sugar at 20^ per
pound.
PURE BUCKWHEAT FLOUR at 5*
per pound, and a lot of special good
things for you in Canned Goods.
Let us supply you.
H. J. MUNRO, Ike
Again We Say
For a Short Cut to
More Satisfaction
More Money Saved
More Complete Servict
•HMMMttTfEClC fttlSHMMIM
MORSE'S MILLINERY PARLORS
413 Egan Ave., Madison, S. Dakota
Train Schedule.
Arrive—From the west. 9.20 a. tu.
north, 9:80 a.m. east, 3:30 p. in.
Booth, 8:40 p. m.
Depart—For the sooth, 9:40 a.m.
east, 9 :.r).r)a. m. north, 3 :55 p.m.: west,
4 p. m.
Night passenger—Arrive from the
east, 12:05 a. m. dopart far the e«at,
1:25 a. m. _____
How« s This?
We offer Que Hundred Dollars he
waTd for any raw of Catarrh that cat
not be curnd by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney Jfc Co., Toledo, O
We, the underpai d, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 seam, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in a'
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligation* mad*
by his tlrm. Walding Kinnan &, Mamr
Wholesale Diuggiats, Toledo, O
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intei
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucaa surfaces of the system. Tes
timonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family^Pills far Oensti
patioo.
One second hand 11 J. Elgin Ladies
©tje jCJuilij £cni»et
Hinitai, »ur»« nnoii.
TELEPHONE, NO. 269.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 28 1908
THE CITY.
Weather Forecast
Pair tonight aud Thursday colder
tonight.
LOCAL NEWS.
For Sale. House, Darn and two lots.
-E N. Collins.
Local egg market,cash: Freeh eggs,
No. 1. 19 seconds, 14
We deliver hard coal at $10 per ton,
cash.—Hayes Lucas Lbr. Co.
Phone Simpaon for bank sand or
gravel
For Sate. The P. Tierney property,
house and three lots. Call on E. bheri
duD or address Winfred State bank.
watch in Jas. Boss case. «pvl»V/V/
Guaranteed.
One New York Standard
7 J. Fully Guaranteed
Our Jewelry Window is full of WATCH BARGAINS, all marked in
plain figures. If interested take a look. We can save you some money.
CHRIS SCHUTZ,
Druggist Jeweler Optician
Grocer.
O E
00
horse
timer
$5.00
U. S Jones was a morning passenger
for Sioux Falls.
Dr. John Baker of Ramons «H a
Madison visitoi today.
Take your photographs and pictures
to Ireland for framing.
For Cash. Hard coal delivered |10
per ton.—Hayes Lucas Lbr. Co.
Furnished room for rent, heated.
Inquire at this office.
Cream separator for sale
cheap.—F.
(J. Monroe.
New York Baldwin apples, the kind
that will keep all winter at Munro's.
The Laikin & Metcalf mill started
yesterday on a 24-hour schedule and
will hereafter run night and day.
Mrs. Cooper who has been a guest in
the family of her brother, John Howe,
returned tiouie to Clear Lake. Tn\va
CRAWFORD
...AND....
LOCKHART
....AT THE....
Opera House
To-Night!
Fancy New York Baldwiu apples at
Munro's.
Mrs. J. P. Jeukin* was an arrival
by the south train this evening.
W. B. Jonen who has been confined
to his home, suffering from an attack
of appendicitis, was able to come down
town today.
Local grain market: Wheat. No. 1,
92 No. 2, 90 No. 3, 89: durum, 7i
to flax, fl.12 oats. 40 com, 7:
barley. 45 to 4(
On account of the inability of rela
tives to reach Madison as expected, the
funeral of the late Estns Devault will
not be held uutil Friday.
Mrs. Anna Christianson who has
spent the summer with her son. Carl
Christianson of Lake Madison,departed
fur her home at Davenport,Iowa.
Ttie ladies' aid society of the Norwe
gian Lutheran Synod church will meet
tomonow afternoon with Mis. Erick
Ilvland.
A large number of stock hogs were
shipped through Madison by express
this morning, enronte to Sioux Falls
to be placed on sale at the 6ne stock
sale which was held in that city today.
Miss Emma Weuin, trimmer at Miss
Morse's millinery store, departed last
evening for Montana in response to a
telegram announcing the illness of a
friend. She will be absent about a
week.
Geo. B.Pfifer of Eureka has assumed
the position of superintendent of the
local telephone system. Mr. Pfifer has
been connected with toe company foi
several years and his transfer to Madi
son is in the line of promotion.
Robert Cbiistianson and Rnth Mc
Cloud of LeRoy, to whom a license was
issued this morning, were married tnis
afternoon at the .E. church by the
Rev. A. D. Thibodeau.
The Rebekahs will hold an experi
ence meeting, Wednesday, Oct. 28th,
at 8 o'clock. Anyone who cannot be
present, will please send his dollar. A
good old New England sapper will be
nerved, for the usual Rebekah charges.
All members are urged to be present*
iov. Crawford and J. L. Lock hart
1 speak at the opera house this even
.. This will be the last public rally
be held in Madison previous to the
i :tion. The riti?.ens [of Madison
:ierally are invited to attend this
eting with special Invitation to
i lies to be present.
Clerk Van Slyke isjmefl marriage 11
oses yesterday and today, as follows:
ii
bert Christianson and Kuth McCloud
LeRoy Henry H. Steiber and Mary
Kaschdorf of LeRov Henry T. Ol
of Howard and Inga Euewold of
dison.
\Iiss Myrtle Rose was a morning
Hsenger for Sionx Falls and tomor
w will be joined at tnat place by
mother, Mrs. J. E. Rase. To
'her they will journey to Los Ange-
Cal., to spend the winter. Mr.
will join them about the Brst of
s r.'i year.
An interesting marriage event took
1
ice at the Presbyterian parsonage
i 11 :s morning. being a double wedding
i
e contracting parties were Heniy
1 okett and Clara Lee, and John Olson
h' 1 Bertha BicldStt. The wedded eou
"s are residents of Kingsbury county,
isiving by the north this morning and
i turning to their homes near Oldham
i the evening train.
That merry, romping, musical farce,
Ia's New Husband" will appear at
opera house tomorrow night.
I am all accounts it is one of the big
i igb makers of the season, and the
..nageinent has been obliged to pro
se return dutee in nearly every city
•I, it it has played in order to satisfy
popular demand. The company
Ij.-been receiving glowing press no
i
es for clever, rapid fire work and for
n. s singing and comedy merit.
Messrs. Hunt & Colgrove, managers
the opera house, will receive elec
tion returns from all the states next
Tuesday night at the opera bouse.
They have contracted with the West
ern Union telegraph company for the
complete returns, and telephone re
ports will also be received. The opera
bouse will be made comfortable for all
who desire to spend the evening there
and read the returns as they come in
An admission fee of 25 cents will lie
charged. Messrs. Hunt & Colgrove are
entitled to credit for their enterprise.
BIG RALLY
Torchlight Parade for the Re
publican Rally Titii
Evening-
A feature of the republican rally
this evening will be a torchlight pa
lade. Two hundred lamps have been
borrowed fioui the marching club t.f
Hioux Fal's and ariived by the south
train this evening. The lamps were
iken to the city hall where they will
mm placed in condition for use. A
numler of transparencies were made
today which will also be used in the
parade. The Madison brass band will
appear on the street about 6 :30 and
will lead the procession to the depot
to meet tne special train from Ramoua
which will arrive about ?:H0. The
Ramona brass band will accompanv the
excursionists from that place. It
estimated that not ltss than 200 voters
will arrive by the Ramona train.
Every republican in Madison is cor
diallv invited to get into line for this
big demonstration. Hov.Crawford and
J. L. Lockhart will speak at the opera
bouse immediately after the parade. It
will lw a hot time in Madison tonight
Music by two brass bands, torchlight
procession, and all kinds of republican
'•iithnsiasm.
A plume message from Gov. Craw
i'rd states that he and Mr Lockhart
will arrive in Wentworth over the
South Dakota Central at p. in. A
carriage was sent from this city to
bring them to Madison and tbey will
reach nere about 7 p. in., in time for
the demonstration and speeches. The
uentlemen spoke at Wagner, Charles
Mix county,last night and it required
dome hu.-tlinic to reach tnis city to till
their appointment.
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REGENT BURTI
In His Annual Report Pays
High Tribute to State
Schools-
Judge A. W. Burtt of If
Won, an a
member of the state board of regents
has special supervision over the Madi
son State Normal school, pays the fol
lowing eloquent tribute to the educa
tional institutions of the state in his
report for the year ending June
"There is nothing more certain than
the fact that the grand state of South
Dakota is growing by leaps and
bounds. Her wealth is increasing by
many millions eveiy year. Her busi
ness relations are expanding. Her
farms are producing the bread and
meat that feed the world. Her popula
tion of bright pushing men and women
is increasing. Her boys and girls are
coming to the front by thousands and
demanding that they be afforded oppor
tunities to le good, thrifty, intelligent
American citizens, alike all honor to
the state and nation. They appeal to
us for higher education,for relined and
happy homes and for the eniublinu
and elevation of every branch of la
bor and every line of business found
within hei uordois. Larue sums of
money are asked for. Every dollar ap
propriated for our educational institu
tions is far better than mouey at in
terest and returns to the state an in
crease one hundred fold.
i "South Dakota is rich and her influ
ence is powerful and she is able to
have what she wants. Her boys and
girls oncoming in ever increasing num
bers, must be educated and train
moie highly than their fathers and
mothers. The mighty rush of discov
ery and invention and intellectual pro
gress the world over warns us that if
the youth of this state are to success
fully cope with the utrenuous affairs of
this life in the years to come, they
must be educated and equipped for the
work. Politicians may go np and
down tbe countrv asserting that extra
vagance in expenditute his been sanc
tioned and allowed, but 1 beg to state
that every school that has been estab*
lished by this state, every appliance
and apparatus in the various schools
thereof are so innch assets and pro
perty of tbe commonwealth, bringing
back as the fruition of this expendi
ture, a trained, educated, refined, hap
py, progressive, pushing, God-fearing
people, an honor to their state, their
nation and their (jiod."
Mr. Bryan would be rnocb happier if
his former paramount Issues had been
written in fading Ink.
MADISON OPERA HOUSE
HUNT & COLGROVE, Managers.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29.
Second Annual Tour
H^RKY SCOTT CO.
i Present that
FURIOUSLY FUNNY MUSICAL STEW
Merrily Served in Three Courses,
New Husband/'
Book—DAVID EDWIN
Mu»le and Lyrics—GEO. FLETCHER.
NEW, CLEAN, CATCHY 1
MUSICAL FEATURES AO
A GREAT SHOW—is the unanimous verdict conceded
press critics and theatre going public.
First f) rows, 75c
.Second 5 rows, 50c
Chairs and Gallery, 35c
Children, 25c
SKATS ON SALE AT JONES BROS. WEDNESDAY MORN I NO
DISCRIMINATING DRESSERS
who do not care for ready-to-put-on garments of
the old school are delighted with the charming cre
ations of the
WORKSHOP OF WORTH
Right as can be In every particular. Graceful
shape, Superior tailoring, and classy style are the
qualities that distinguish them. Sold exclusively bjr
W S U A Y
OVERCOAT SEASON
ALL STYLES AND PRICES
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