Bananas, per dozen,
You Will Have no Reasons
to Complain if you let our Jeweler,
Mr. Sears, Repair Your Watch
15 Years' Experience at
You can bring ns
any kind of a
The Finest Swiss
movement can be
repaired right here.
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For You to Buy
Meadow Grove Sausage, per pound
Imported Swiss Cheese, per pound
Imported Roguefort Cheese, per pound
fancy full (ream Cheese, per pound
Naval Oranges, Elegant fruit, per peck
Cooking Apples, per peck
Pail honey, Comb
Pure Backweat Flour and all kinds of Syrup- A fine
assortment of Pickles, Relishes and Peaches in quart
Jars for 25c. Don't forget to look over the canned
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SHOP IN IRELAND BUILDING
U N O
In sicknt ss if a certain hiddeu nerve
(joes wrong, then the organ *hat this
ii rve eoutrols will also surely fail It
may I n a stomach nerve, or it may have
va stiength and support to the be«rt
er kidneys. It was Dr. Bhoop that first
pointed to this vital truth. Dr. Sloop's
Ke-iturative was not made to dose the
-t' inach or to temporarily stimulate the
heart or kidneys. That old faseioned
method is all wrong. Dr. Shoop's Re
storative goes directly to these failing
n-ide nerves. Tho remarkable success
of this prescription demonstrates the
wisdom of treating the actual cause of
these failing organs. Und it is indeed
eass to prove. A simple! flvo ten days
test will surely tell, Try it once and
see! Bold by Chris Sobutz.
The above is the name of a German
chemical, which is one of the many vai
i able ingredients of Foley's Kidney
Remedy. Hexamethylenetetraruiue is
recognized bv medical tezt books and
authorities as a uric acid solvent ar
antiseptic for tho urine. Take Fale's
Kidney Remedy as so. n as you notie.
any iregularities and avoid a serious
Maksa Kidneys and Bladder Right
Entertainment will begin
promptly at 8:15 p. m.....
ntniioi, *urT« nAmavA.
THURSDAY'. FKB. 11. 1D09
Arrive—From the west, 9:20
north, 9:30 a. oi east, 3:80
iuth. 8:40 p. in.
Depart—For the south, 9:40 a. m.
-ist, 9:55a. uq. north, 3:55 p. m.
west, 4 p. m.
Night passenger-Arrive from the
»ust, 12:05 a. ID. depart for the east.
Probably snow tonight or Friday
Everybody eats at Jack's.
New advertisement. IJ. J. Mofiio.
Sit down and take comfort reading
The Daily Leader this evening. It
ntains all the news.
Wanted to Trade. Black gelding 8
ear old, weight 1,250, for team work
horses.-Larkin & Metcalf.
For Cash. Hard coal delivered |10
er tou.—Hayes Lucas Lbr. Co.
Albert Wedajewood departed'by the
veuing train north,enroute to Dulntb.
Jap Rose soap, 13 bars forfl.—
iolliday & Porte«,Lannon-Cook block.
We del.ver bard coal at $10 per ton
»sh.-Hayes Lucas Lbr. Co.
Phone Simpson for bank sand or
The Presbyterian ladies' society will
meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Wm.
Colgate's English process glycerine
ap, 10 cent cakes 3 for 25 cents
llDlliday& Porter,Lannnn-Cook block.
T. H. Buckholz, of Parker, an old
utne^railway conductor with headquar
?rs in Madison, opent the night in the
Dressmaking—I have opened dress
making parlors over Miss (Jrinsger's
millinery store and do all plain and
Temperature rjse above the freezing
point this afternoon and with warm
unshine the snow banks are settling
Rollei skating at the opera house
Friday and Saturday evening,and Sat
urday afternoon after the Dasket ball
A basket ball game is announced to
lake place at the opera house Saturday
kfternoon at 2 o'clock between Brook
ings and the Madison Normals.
The Daily Leader inquired of S
farmer in town today, How are the
roads in the country? "Haint no
roads nothing but bad places."
The Daily Leader's weekly Pierre
etter, by Doane Robinson, will be
found on the fourth page and is full of
interest concerning legislative mat
For Sale. To reduce my herd of
registered Hereford cattle 1 will sell a
few head of bulls, cows and heifers
ranging from 6 months old Up.—E.
Madison commandery, K. T., will
meet in special conclave tomorrow
evening at 7 o'clock, sharp. Work in
the red and black cross degrees.—E.
\\'. Ketcham. recorder.
The Odd Fellows of Madison lodge,
No. 20, and their wives, the Rebekahs
of Hope Rebekah lodge, No. 2. and a
few friends having cards ot invita
tion. will meet at I. O O F. hall on
Thursday evening. February 11th, 1909,
for a social evening —Committee.
The date for the home talent play,
The Man on the Box, for the benefit of
chautauqua athletics, has been set for
Feb. 22. Miss Edith Girton will ap
pear as leading lady, and Prof. Wag
ner will take the part of man on the
H. J. Rice was a morning arrival
from Huron to attend the Odd Fellows
social function to be held at the hall
this evening. Mr. Rice reports the
Northwestern road east of Huron block
aded and in about the same condition
of other roads in the northwest.
Traveling men wno have been storm
bound in Madison for the past three
days were at the depot this morning,
anxiously inquiring about train service
in hope of getting on the road today to
look after their business affairs.
The funeral of the late A. L. Beards
ley will be held from the M. E. church
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Members of Gen. Shields Post, G. A.
R.,will meet at the church at the hour
named. Deceased served a few months
in the civil war. and was for Ave years
in the regular service.
Pierre dispatch, 10: The supreme
court todaf in an opinion by Whiting
s istaine tho circuit conrt of Minnehaha
county in the case of George J. Dan
forth vs. George W. Egan, and Egan
cannot take up the duties of state's at
torney of Minnehaha county to which
he was elected aftei the supreme court
had disbarred hiui on hii application of
the Minnehaha County Bar association.
Aberdeen dispatch, 10: The Wiscon
sin house, the second oldest hotel in
Aberdeen, was gutted by fire, at 3
in. today. James Mnlvehill, a
bricklayer and a boarder at tne hotel
for thirteen years who was asleep in
room 23, was suffocated bv smoke.
Fire broke out at 7:30 last evening, biit
was extinguished. It agHiu broke
out rarly today and coul.1 not be
stopped. The hnilding wa* owned by
A. N. Aldricb, mayor of Aberdeen.
It was a frame structure built in 1882.
The loss is #'20,000. and the insurance
$11,000. Mnlvehill has relatives in
Minneapolis and they have been noti
The funeral of the late Mn. Leslie
Hull will be held from the home to
morrow at 8:30 a. m. The remains
will be taken to either Wentwortb or
8aranac ny train and thence to Chester
for burial. The doceased lady was
aged 20 years, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.John Potos of CneBter. She gave
birth to her second child Tuesday, 2d
inst., and the following Thursday suf
ferel a severe attack of yellow jaun
dice of which she Had been threatened
for several days previous. Tuesday
evening, Feb. 9, at 7:30 she passed
away. Mr. Hull is left with foui lit
tle children, the oldest of whom is a
•laughter, aged 6 years. Two of the
children are by a former wife who
died three years ago last month.
Madison Received Mail To-Day
Condition of the Rail
The railroad blockade in Madison
was partially raised last evening by the
arrival of trains from the north and the
west, opening the line to Weasington
Springs, west, and Bristol,north. The
north train returned to Bristol last
nigbi, returning this morning to Madi
son an honr behind schedule time
This train brought mail and express
from Bristol which should have arrived
in Madison Tuesday morning. \o
trains had arrived iu Bristol over the
H. & D. from tbe east, np to the hour
of tbe departure of the south tiain this
morning. However, during the day
passengers were informed at the Madi
son depot that trains would go east
from Bristol over tbe H. & D. today,
and the regular night train would be
dispatched tonight, and several passen
gers d'-paited north from Madison this
evening for Minneapolis and points
The S. M. division east from Egan
is still blockaded. A train left Madi
son at 10:30 this morning for Egan with
instructions to turn around there and
return west to Wessingtou Springs on
regular schedule time. Snow plows
are at work on tbe east end of the S.
M. division today and it was expect
ed tbe blockade would be raised dur
ing the day.
A snow plow left Sioux Falls at 5:30
this morning to open np the cut-off,
but at 3:30 p. in., had made only
half the distance. The south passen
ger train due to leave Madison over the
cut-oil at 9:40 a. m., stood on track in
front of the depot all day, awaiting the
arrival of the snow plow. The east
passenger which turned around at Egan
passed through on time, proceeding
west. An engine and snow plow
are derailed four miles west of Fulda,
ou the S. M. Division. Agent Palmer
stated at 4 p. m. that the north tiain
for Bristol would probably leave Madi
son at 10 o'clock tonight
Late Proceedings of the South
Pierre. Feb. 10. —The house has
passed Fowler's bill regulating liens
on mining property, also the bills for
partition fences and providing county
aid for county fairs. New bi'ls were
presented as follows:
By Thoreson-Compelling the build
ing of side tracks to mills, elevators
and stone quarries
By McPherson Prohibiting the
shooting of does and fawns.
Bv the Brown County Delegation—
Appropriating |."i0,000 for a dormitory
By McCain—Limiting school loans
to 40 per cent of appraised value of
By White—Abolishing the publica
tion of insurance statements.
By McDonnell—Creating Todd, Nash
and Sherrard counties on the Rosebud
By Cable—Limiting deficiencies to
necessities to be approved by the
Resolutions in both houses request
Gamble and Kittredge to oppose any
legislation likely to injure the ¥ose
mite National park.
Foley's Orino laxative cures chronic
cnostipat ion and stimulates tee liver.
Orino regulates the bowels so they will
act naturally and you do not have to
take purgatives continuously. J. H.
A General Blockade of Rail
roads Throughout the
Sionx Falls. Feb. 10 The great
storm which commenced Monday night
and which did not abate until iast
night.put a stop to business of all biuds
heie. Tbe city schools were closed and
probably will not reopen, until tomor
row. The street railway system has
een tied up since Monday night.
Every railroad entering Sioux Falls
was completely blocked and there will
be nj traits until tonight or tomor
row.- The passenger train on the
Omaha road, which left Sioux Falls
shortly after 10 o'clock Monday night,
ran only as far as Brandon, a short ais
ance east of this city, where it has
since been blockaded.
Old timers agree that tbe snow fall
was the heaviest for many years.
Four degrees below aero registered ear
ly today was the coldest reached dur
ing the great storm.
An army of men is engaged today
in removing the drifts of snow which
blockade tbe streets in business and
residence districts. It is expected
that by tonight business will have re
sumed normal conditions.
At the height of the storm the fire
department res-ponded to an alarm and
made a run through the snow of nine
blocks and to be informed the fire had
been extinguished by a pail of water.
Faribault, Minn., Feb. 10.-More
snow has fallen in the past two davs
than at any time tiefore in twenty
veais. All trains are late, and there
has not been a train through here on
tbe Rock Island Bince Monday night.
The train due here at 6 15 a. in. on
Tuesday is stuck in a drift at Owaton
na. The southbound trains are snow
bound in thi* city. Tne work of
opening the road began this forenoon.
Train service on the Great Western
and the Zumbrota division is demor
alized. The public schools were
closed yesterday. The rural route
mail carriers have not been out for
Fergus Falls. Minn., Feb. 10.—The
tail way blockade is being lifted today.
A snow plow cleared this division of
the Northern Pacific yestwrday after
noon. and a train was sent through
from the east in the evening, but there
was no service from the west. The
Great Northern has kept its main line
open by strenuous work. The west
bound Oriental Limited, drawn by two
neavy engines, plowed its way through
tne drifts,arriving here at 6 last night.
The country roads are filled with enor
mous diifts that are practically un
Des Moines, la.. Feb. 10.— Tha bliz
zard which raged all yesterday spent
its force by 4 a. m. today and with the
wind down to normal condition the
prospects are that the railways will
have no great difficulty in moving
trains today. The government ther
mometer recorded fi above at 5 a. m.
Sioux City, la., Feb. 10.-—Thirteen
inches of snow bad fallen up to 7
last night. The wind at timee
reached a maximum velocity of fifty
live miles an hour. Street cars were
stalled and train service from Nebras
ka and South Dakota cut off
Action of South Dakota House
Criticised by the Suf
Pierre, Feb. 10.—The W. C. T. O.
and frietds are grievously disappoint
ed with the action of the house on
the woman suffrage amendment
They call attention to the fact that
they were not asking for anything men
than the right to appeal to the people
that their amendment was supported
by immense petitions,signed by a large
number of voters, and that, in turning
them down tbe house bas violated two
veiy broad principles of republicanism
—the right of petition, and the princi
pie that representation should follow
taxation. They say tne suffrage ques
tion has not been submitted to the peo
pie for two years,and that during those
two years such progress had been made
in advanced thought sis to warrant the
hope of a change in attitude toward
their cause. They cite tne fact that
iu 1907 tbe senate passed their raso
lution. and again this session almost
unanimously, acting with that broad
and generous statesmanship which re
cogn:zee tbe right of the humblest to
appeal to the people, but that the
house, in a narrow, dictatorial spirit,
spurned their petition, thus asserting
its prerogative of dictating who might
and who might not appeal. They
insist that their petition as certainly
representing the wishes of tbe petition
eis as did tbe primary petition of
1907 that by tbe mere technicality of
the one being for submission and the
other for a constitutional amendment,
the one nad binding force to compel
respect wnile the other had not, an.l
that the recent action of the house
was as great a violation to the spirit
of tbe initiative aud referendum aa the
other was of tbe letter of it.
Croup positively cured in 29 minutes
jvith Dr. Shoops's Croup Remedy. One
test alone will surely prove this truth.
No vomiting, no ditftre&t. A safe and
plersing sprup—35o. Bold by Chris
Look for the coupons now put In each
2ac package of Dr. Sh'-op's Health Coffee
Imitation. A clever Wc silvered "No
Drip Coffee offered on teis coupon. Be
sides y on get IK) large cups of Dr.Shoop'a
"Health Coffte" for 25c. and the coffee
will oeatainly please yon. Sold by O. A.
Kelly & Son.
A Few Snaps
AT THIS SEASON
of the year we always have tome
Merchandise which we are glad In
dispose of at a sacrifice rather than
carry it over to next year.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF ANY-
thing in our line at the present time
you will find it to your advantage
Call and get our Prices
Burnett & Sutton
We handle only the
best and deliver to
all parts of the city
JONES BROS. GRAIN CO.
E. W. K ETC AH
will deliver promptly to any part of the dtf
the best grade of
HARD AND SOFT COAL
Best Patent Flour 25*
in order io induce all who do not use
we will for a short time sell
"Little Hatchet" for $1.30 per Sack
Dakota Flour for $1.25 per Sack
FOR CASH ONLY
This is a reduction of 25e per sack from the reg
ular retail price.
We have opened a FLOUR HOUSE and OFFICE
at Miss Morse's former store. One of the firm will
be in charge. WE INVITE all to come and see the
display of our MILL PRODUCT^ and
flour, Feed, Coal and Wood
We will sell and deliver to any part of the city, one
sack or one thousand sacks at the above prices.
You can buy one sack as cheap as you can a carload.
LARKIN & METCALF
OwnCoMsi NimhIs slwslfcs
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