Corner Drug Stora
THE LATEST NOVELTY IN JEWELRY IS THE
ART AND CRAFTS GOODS IN COIN JEWELRY
We have received a shipment of these goods and all who
have seen them pronounce them superb.
lake a look at them in our Jewelry window. Every
is made from U. S. coin from a penny up to a big round
dollar. In order to produce these goods a hydraultic
machine with 50 tons pressure is used in the die work
and the result is truly a wonder.
J. CHRIS SCHUTZ,
COMPLETE OPTICAL ROOM
H. J. MUNRO, The Grocer
i, ,3T» IUK 1
TELEPHONE. NO. 269.
THURSDAY, JIJNK 10. 180W
Unsettled tonight and Friday.
Rooms for rent over Honr atone.—
rkiu & Metcalf.
Huns Urdahl was a returning
by the south train.
Baled hay for sale at Lake Park
very barn.-C. E. Westfall.
A street carnival will open at Col
an tomorrow and continue two days.
For Hale. Five year old red polled
w, fresh.—A. W. Holdridge & Son.
I've tried them all. "Jack's for
For Rent. Eight room house with
rniture, one blo.k ft old State Nor
ftl school —A W. Holdiidge &Son.
The NORMAL GRADUATE
Gift buyers will find our establishment
filled with attractive goods for GRADUATE®
in Jewelry, Silverware, Glassware, Watches, etc. Spec
ial preparations have been made to suit the demands for the event.
The comprehensive character of our stock, the diversity in styles, and the
range of our prices, lessens the difficulty of selection which so often mars the
pleasure of giving. Give us your order for cut flowers
JONES DRUG CO.
For everybody this week. The quality is fine and
the Price is right. Let us supply you now
It unother item we want to call your attention to.
It is the finest bakers' bread we can buy and we
are selling hundreds of loaves. Try some next time
i Bank sand or gravel delivered to any
part of the city.—J. S. Thompson,
Phone 450, red.
Miss Vera Beck, stndent is the State
university, Vermillion, returned home
E. B. Kelley who has beta
i «r'%' rr •Jr'- -h'S U
Z. F. SEARS, OPTIC!Aft IN CHARGE
city a day or two departed thl« morn
ing for Valentine, Neh.
J. A.Johnson is preparing to build a
new residence corner Lee avenue and
aud Seventh street, at a cost of #4.000.
8. E. Baldwin and wife weie morn
ing papsengers for Sioux Rapids, Iowa,
on a visit to a daughter.
For Sale or ReDt. My residence
property. Will be sold cheap if taken
within the next fifteen days.— Mrs.
Mr. somebody changed my overcoat
show day, at A. L. Rankin's livery
bare. Please return to A. L. Rankin's
livery barn.—Clement Can.
A Snap. Twelve choice lots one
and a half blocks from the 8tate
for sale. $900 takes
W. Holdridge & Son.
Lost. Gold watch fob, between
Jack's restaurant and Normal school.
Finder please return to Hackett &
Button's store and receive reward.
Miaa Hasel* Bartlett of St. Pa a 1 wu
Telephone No. 260
an arrival this moruiug aud ia guatl
at the home of her relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Ketcham.
Mrs Oliphaot, mother of Mis. B. H.
Mitchell, was a morning passenger for
Flandrean on a visit to a son
Miss Nellie Wright of the State Nor
mal school faculty, returned to her
home at Wentworth by the morning
I Miss Alyce Laoghlin returned this
morning from Bowman,having proved
up on her government land claim
near that place
Social dance at Hundemer hall to
I morrow evening. A cordial invita
I tiou extended to everybody. First
class music in attendance.
Mrs. J. W. Beaton was a homecom
ing passenger this evening by the aouth
I train after an absence of several weeks,
visiting friends in the east.
Prof. Wagner of the State Normal
school faculty, departed this morning
i for his home at Watsontown, Penn., to
spend the summer vacation.
Mrs. H. P. Grinager and daughter.
Miss Inga, mother and sister of P. H.
Urinagei, arrived this morning from
Lisbon N. D., and are gaeate in the
family of the latter.
Hobos continue to annoy tbe police.
A party of four, locked up at the po
lice station last night, were taken to
the outskirts of the city this morning,
and ordered not to return.
Percy Huntemer, student ia Brook*
ings Agricultural college, arrived tnis
morning and will spend some time in
the city, gU3st of his father. Wm.
Miss Iva Palmer of All Saint*
school, Sioux Falls, returned this even
iug to spend the summer vacation with
her parents, Mi.and Mrs.F. N. Palmei.
Mrs. M. J. McGillivray aud sou.
Alex, departed this morning for Lan
sing, Mich., and will spend tbe sum
mer with relatives at different points
in that state.
Mrs. Rebecca Jones will depart to
morrow for Clarkston, Wash on a
visit to her daugnter. Mrs J. E.
Hooblei, formerly of this city. Mrs.
Jones will remain about two months.
I am prepared to take care of all or
ders for surveying and engineering
work of all kinds. Leave orders at
office of P. G. Ball.—C. A. Trimmer,
The Ladies* aid of tbe Norwegian
Lntheran Synod church will give a
lawn social Friday evening, tbe elev
enth, at the hone of Mrs. E. Hyland.
Ice cream, ccffee and cake will be
Mr. Clyde E. van der Maaten, of
Lnulsrllle, Ky., general field worker
for Christian Endeavor, will speak at
the Presbyterian church this evening.
Mr. van der Maaten croaeed the conti*
Dent eignt times last year in the in
terest of the work,and
do not want
to fail to hear him.
The outgoing trains this morning
carried a large number of teachers and
i students to their homes. Friends were
I at the depot to bid them good-bye, and
I there was a lively time and good fel
lowship for an hoar.
Mi. and Mis. Chas.B. Kennedy were
morning departures foi Chicago to at
tend the graduating exeivinea of Chi
cago university and witness the gradu
ation of their son, Lean. The exer
cises will be held from June 11 to 15.
Migs Alice Bielski. deaconess of the
Helping Hand Rescue Mission of
Sioux City, will speak of her work at
the First Meth »dist church, in Madi
son, next Sabbath morning. Before
enteiing deaconess work Miss Beilski
was a public school teacher. Of Miss
Bielski, Supt. Geo. L. Search of the
mission says: "No doty so haid, no
service so menial, but she gladly does
it for Jesus' sake. That's why we all
love her. Many a poor, heartbroken,
wayward, motherless girl finds in 'our
deaconess' a sympathizing friend aud
helper. Like her Master she (pes
about doing good."
Non-Partisan Meeting of Votevs
at Court House To-Mtr
A mass meeting is called to be held
at the conrt house tomorrow evening to
place in nomination two candidates
for members of the board of education
to succeed A. (1. Scnmidt and J. C.
Palmer, present incuujlienls. The
election will be held Tuesday, Jane
ir, and the places to be tilleJ have
a tenure of th^ee years- There is a
sentiment in the city which has been
fostered to a more or less extent the
past year or two to abandon the high
.school course in the city schools and
send pupils above the eighth grade to
the State Normal school, the citv pay
ing the tuition fee out of the school
fund This sentiment of course meets
with as mucn or more opposition than
favor. On the one hand economy is
argued, while on the oth^r band local
pride in the maintenance of a high
school is suggested, besides it 19 the
opinion of many business men that the
legislature of the state would not ap
prove of Madison taking advantage of
the State Normal school as a means of
shifting the responsibility of maintain
ing a high school. Just to what ex
tent this issue will enter into the elec
tiou not appment today, but discus
sion along these lines is beard on the
streets. It is therefore important
thut voters attend the mass meeting
tomorrow evening in large numbers
and take part in ihe nomination of
Marriage of Miss Rebecca
Schmidt and Mr. C.
A verv ptetty home wedding oc
curred last evening in this city when
Miss Rebecca Schmidt, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. A. C.Schmidt was unit
ed in marriage to Mr. B. C. Matteson
of Roekford, Minn.
At 8 o'clock the coaple marched
down the stairs to the strains of
Lohengrin's wedding march, played by
Miss Hazel Nichols. The biide
father read tne words that made them
husband and wife. Miss Rachel
Schmidt acted as bridesmaid and Dr
H. P. Gulstine as best man. Marion
Schmidt, sister of the bride, acted as
tiower girl and little Morris Oulstine
The biide's dress was of white em
broidered net over silk, and she carried
white roses, while the bridesmaid wort'
pink silk and carried pink roses.
The ceremony was made very beau
tiful by the use of ribbon scheme
which was carried out by Hazel John
son and Myrtle Schmidt.
Following tbe ceremony the gnesta
proceeded to the dining room where a
sumptuous five-course supper was
served. The home was decorated with
spirea and red and white carnations
ami roses with a profusion of ferns.
Many handsome presents were re
ceived from relatives and friends.
The tiriele has for several years been
a successful teacher in tbe schools of
Minnesota where she is well and favor
ably known. Although she has not re
sided In this city for more than a year
she has won mauy warm friends
through her strong character.
The groom is a promising business
man of Kockford. Minn., where tbe
haupy conple will make their future
bi.uio, Many congiatulations aud gcod
wishes went with them as they left on
the midnight train for their new home.
A non-partisan mass convention o
tbe voters of Madison is called to la
held at tbe court bouse, Friday even
ing, June 11, at 8 p. m. for the pur
pose of placing in nomination two can
didates for members of tbe board of
education, to be voted upon at an ele
tion tc be held June 15, according to
official cull for election which has been
Arrive—From the west, 9:90
north, 9:30 a. east, 8:00
south, 8:10 p. m.
Lake County Bank Raises
Capital Stock to
Depart—For the south. 9:40 a.
east, 9 5ff a. m. north, 8:90 p. n.
west, 3 80 p. m.
Night passenger At rive from tbe
east, 12.05 a. depart (or tbe east,
At a special meeting of the directors
of the Lake County bank, of this city,
held June 9, 1909, It was voted to in
crease present capital from f2JVOOO
Ti large increase was made in re
sponse to a demand for gieater facili
ties with which to transact the increas
jnuuciH1 business of this losality,
mi 1 to meet the growing demands of
i s patrons.
Tbe growth of this financial insti
tution has been phenomenal and is tbe
l*nt evidence of what may be accom
plialiml by energy and courteous atten
tion to the interests of patrons and the
The Laae County Bank was estab
lished July 3, 1899, with a capital of
$10,000, John Wadden, president and
the late Geo. E. Cochrane, cashier.
.Tuue 1. 1904, incorporated under the
laws of the state of South Dakota and
increased its capital to $25,000.
June 9, 1909, capital increased to
The deposits of the bank on this
date reach the magnificent stim of
over $ S75.000.
The bank offices occapy one of the
handsomest buildings in this city,
owned by the institution, and complet
ed aud occupied in October, 1905.
Associate banks are Peoples State
Bank, Ramons, S. D. State Bank of
Junius, Junius, S.D
This is a record of growth in one de
cade that is a credit not only to the
founder of the institution but to this
city and the state.
The present officers of the institu
tion aie, Joh»» Wadden, president,
Joliu W. Wadden. vice president Mar
tin |f» Aprtber. cashier.
In Madison June 19 Under Aut
picos of Chautauqua As
The Dode Fisk great combined rail
ad shows, which will exhibit at
M:idi«on, June 19th, under the Husjiices
of Chautauqua association have added
iuc re new features to the circus this
season than any other show on the
road Among thete are a brilliant
troupe rf lady and gentlemen riders,
trained to tbe higneat degree of effi
liency, and headed by M'ile Grazeuse,
Europe 's premier hare back rider, a
queen of beauty, grace and daring,per
forming perilous feats of fscinating
horsemanship never before witnessed
Recognized leaders of the world's
greatest acrobatic and aerial art have
been secured, together with a gieat
company of mirth provoking clowns,
pantomimists and jesters.
The royal Roman hippodrome is
not the least of the features of tbe
big show, where the splendid and
thrilling sports of tbe old Roman em
perors are reproduced in standing race,
male and female races, jockey races,
comic obstacle, high jumping and hur
Deafnees Cannot he Cured
by local applications, as they omiM
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure de»fnet-s
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the muoous lining of the En
stachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling 6ound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirelv closed, deafness is the result, and
unless the intiamation can be taken out
and this tube is restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever nine casea out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but au in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaoes.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEV & CO Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75.
Take iiall'B Family Pills for constipation
coufih and huU lun^i
A Nice Showing of
For the Girls who
NOW ON DISPLAY
Morse Millinery Parlors
$1.80 Per Sack
Sunnyside Sootless Coal
THAT LITTLE TRIP
You are planning. Have you
everything to make your feet
look and feel "fit as a fiddle"?
Fit as a Fiddle Russet Ties,
Fit as i Fiddle Pansuui
Fit as a Fiddle 'Outing Can
vas Shoes, with either rubber
or leather soles.
Come here for
and we'll fit you
"Fit as a Fiddle".
If you have backache and urinary
troubles you should take Foley's Kidney
Remedy to strengthen and build up the
kidneys so they will act properly, as a
serious kidney trouble may develop -J.
topt the ceutfb sad heals lungs
HACKETT & SUTTON
Madison, S. D4
5 1 1 E A N A V E
Wt often wonder how any peraon canf
be persuaded into taking anything but!
Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs, colds-'
and lung trouble. l)o not be fooled
into accepting "own make" of other sub
stitutes. The genuine'contains no,
hsrmful drugs and is in a] yellow pack
age. —J. H.Andeieon
Ton in Your Bin
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