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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, June 14, 1909, Image 4

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The Big Store,
Aberdeen—Playing with a 32-caliber
rifle Thurnilsiy, Constantino, aged H,
son of Andrew Detling, was shot by
tne son, in the bandit of his 9 year old
cousin. The shooting was uninten
tional. The boy was hurried to St.
Lake's where the onllet waa removed
from bin abdomen He is still in u
critical condition bat it ia believed he
will live.
Pierre-The government steamer Mc
Itieraou, boond down from Bismarck
and bringing Captaiu 8chultz, in
charge of the work on the upper Mis
aouri, stopped here today. The trip ia
to outline the improvement work
wbicb will be done upon the upper
river this year and wbicb include*
considerable work at this city and
Port Pierre.
Hpriugtield—Miss Libby Henderson
net with a seriouH accident Thui'Hday
fey falling into an open cistern,ahsttor
iu« the bones of her foot and ankle and
aoaking her geuernlly. It aeeins that
aouie men bad been cleaning the cis
tern, having emptied all the water out,
departed forgetting to close the trap
door, which opens in the pantry. In
the coarse of the evening while busy
with her work Miss Henderson opened
the pantry door and walked in without
looking down and thu* fell souie
twelve or more feet to the bottom with
the above mentioned result. Help wan
secured immediately and a physician
called and at last reports she was
meting easy bat it is feared that a
Stiff limb will be the final leault.
Aberdeen—Mrs. Tom Nestei and lit
tie daughter of Carlisle, a small place
Mar here, are in the nospital, suffering
from aevere burns, due to a gasoline
atove explosion in which the husband
and father waa killed. The stove
had been oat of repair and Neater was
getting ready to take it to town.
Mrs. Neater was preparing a meal on
the stove before he left, when the
accident occurred. Nester's burns
wwe so severe that he lived bnt a
abort time. It is believed that the
wife and daughter will recover.
Beraaford—Oscar Noidqnist, a pros
perous farmer living near Beiesford, is
flfcafl as the reaalt of blood poisoning,
contracted from his father, who is snf
faring from a scalp wound. Io make
the cnae moie sad, the wife ot the de
eaaaad gave birtb to a babe on the
Morning preceding his death, and her
«twdition ia aucb that it is not possible
to inform har of the tragedy.
Aberdeen—A. L. Ward and other
Abardaen capitalists have applied for
aki«*t ear franchise, agreeing to
•4mm aix miles of track laid and cars
•naning on than inaide of oae year.
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Our Annual Muslin Underwear Sale
Commences to-morrow and will last for 7 days. We have a larger and better as
sortment than ever before at prices from 10c to $4 a piece. A beautilul line of
4 PIECE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SETS
DISCOUNT OF 25 PER CENT TO 40 PER CENT WILL
LADIES TAILOR MADE SUITS DURING THIS SALE.
500 Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits to be sold at
& 60c ON THE DOLLAR
We have 3 Great Shoe Bargains, don't for get that A lotfofQMen's Hats, values
from $2.00 to $3.00 at $1.49 each. Lots of other bargainsfall around the Store.
SIDEWALKS,
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All Work Guaranteed
ADIHOR. lODTH DAKOTA
TELEPHONE, NO. 26a
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STATE NEWS
Arllni i.)j -Harris Ibuth, a farmer
her*, bus an infant daughter who
will escape part of the troublcn inci
dfnt to babyhood, as her first teeth
Were foand to be cat at birth.
Brookings Cement Co.
The bnckern of the movement, are all
l(xal men, well equ'ppod linaucially
to push the movement to a successful
conc.usion. The franchise will prob
ably be granted by the city council
RANCH MURDER
Two Men Killed and Their
Bodies Thrown
Well.
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Kadoka. .Tuue 12.—The bodies of
two men were found in a well on the
Artie McNally ranch, two .niles north
of town, this morning. Mr. McNally
had occasion tn visit the well for wa
ter aad made the discovery. The
oodies proved to be those of two men
who had been running a breaking oat
fit, J. (looder, of Rock Valley, Io., or
Kock Rapids, Io., and W. D. Toney,
til7 Hamilton street, Hioax City.
They and a man who went Dy the
name of Mike Maione whipped in a
car of horses and machinery from
('hauilerlain on May 18 and started
breaking a few days later for Artie
McNally on his claim north of town,
(tooder and Toney seemed to be part
ners. and Maione was working for
them. Maione came to town on Tburs
day. May 27, and said he had bought
(locder and Toney out for $980 ami the
night before had taken ttiem to Philip.
After this time Maione seemed to
have plenty of money, while before
this he had been broke. After this
Maione tried to sell several of the
horses, and did dispose of three or four
head. Last Monday morning Maione
left for the west, taking seven herd of
horses with him. The discovery of
the bodies in the well this morning
places the crime on Maione.
The well ia located about ten rods
from where Malona was camped. The
circumstances all point to Maione as
the perpetrator of the foul deed. In
stead of taking the men to Philip, he
murdered them in cold blood and
dumped the bodies into the well to
cover up the crime, and after that had
camped for over a week at the scene of
the deed.
Robbery waa the motive for the
crime. Gooder was known to have
onsiderable money on his person, and
when found his pockets had been
ritied, having nothing whatever to
identify him. T. Doty,of this city,
identitied him as a paity who did
breaking for bim near Kimball last
year. A letter and a sale ticket from
a Sioux City feed atoie identified the
other man as W. D. Toney, 1617 Ham
ilton street. Marshall Wiltfang start
ed on the trail of the suspected mar
deier and captured him this evening at
Cottonwood.
Kadoka.June 13.- Michael Maloney,
who was arrested Friday evening at
Cottonwood confessed today it is said
to having murdered W. O. Toney and
J. Gooder of Sioux City,whose bodies
were found in a well on the McNally
ranch Friday morning. Maloney ac
cording to the officers said he killed
one man with an axe and the other
with a club and the condition of tbe
skulls of the murdered men bears oat
this statement. Robbery was the mo
tive for the crime. The prisoner will
be taken to Fort Pierre and placed in
jail. Maloney registered at a hotel at
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Sionx City on May tiW, an Michael Mc
(tann of Kansas City. He w.-ut in the
employ of Toney and Hooler who
were running a breaking outfit.
DETAILS OF RUIZ
SUICIDE GUARDED
English Auttorities Refuse tc
Rtyjal siilis of Inquiry.
London. £nne 14 —The aotkorltlei
have formally refuted to reveal the
contents of the depositions taken in
connection with the suicide of Mrs
Marie Ruiz, friend of Mr. Alfn
Gwynne Vandcrbllt, around whe
death an effort was made to throw a
•ell of secrecy.
The coroner declared the case was
closed, that there was absolutely r.c
evidence of foul play and that it
would serve no good interest to ex
poee the motives that prompted the
aulcide.
One of the two reporters who ob
talned possession of the facts of the
case admits that he was paid a large
mm for suppressing the story. It i:
estimated that the "mysterious Amer
lean," who attended to the work ol
sealing up the affair, spent $25,000 In
his task.
This Is a greater sua than any
member of the Rula family Is sup
posed to have possessed and Is con
sidered proof that the person or per
sons most interested in the affair were
wealthy.
TEH KILLED AT LEUDERS
Fifty Residences Destroyed by Storm
,|i Texas Town.
Fort Worth, Tex., June 14.—Report:
received lrom Lueders, Tex., and th u
vloinity place the number of dent)
from the recent storm at ton fifteen
were injured. Supplies and money
have been sent to the sufferers from
nearby towns. Sixty head of cattle
and horses were found dead In the
fields. Fifty residences were de
stroyed In Lueders and vicinity. Many
residences were blown down at North
Held, Childress, Haskell and Paducah.
Washouts are reported on all rail
roads.
Davidson Vetoes Boxing Bill.
Madison, Wis., June 14.—Governor
Davidaon has vetoed tUe Brew boxin,
bill, which was enacted by the pres
ent legislature. The bill was vetoed
on the ground of tho governor's belief
that it would open the way for legal
ised prize fights In Wisconsin. Tl-i
measure provided for ten-round bouts
with five-ounce gloves and no purses.
FREAKISHNESSOF LIGHTNING
Remarkable Instance Reported From
Colfax, Waah.
Colfax, Wash., June 14.—A remark
able instance of the freaklskness in
electrical storms is reported from the
farm of August Slier, seven miles
south of Colfax. Biter's son narrowly
escaped death and a team, valued at
9600, and a dog were instantly killed.
Young Slier was hftrrowing with six
horses abreast when the storm broke.
A blinding flash of lightning occurred.
It knocked the boy senseless, instant
ly killed the dog crouching beside him
and struck down the outside horse on
either side without even knocking
down the four Inside horses.
Wealthy Mine Owner Drowns.
Muskegon, Mich., June 14.—Bfals
Durbln, said to be a wealthy mine
owner of Patton, Pa., jumped or fell
overboard from the Goodrich line
steamer Indiana while the steamer
was en route from Chicago to Grand
Haven. His coat, hat and purse war*
tannd on deck.
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UNUSUAL CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT
Town Lot Sate, Ryegate, Montana, Sat
urday, June 19,1909
An excellent opportunity to secure
choice business lots in a new town in
the fertile Musselshell Valley, Mon
tana, will he offered business men.
merchants and investors at the auction
sale of town lots at Rvegate, Montana,
Saturday, June 19.
Ryegate is situated In Meagher
conntv, Moutana, on the new Chicago,
Milwaukee & Paget Sound railway, in
a district adapted to diversified farm
ng. No irrigation required. Lands
sell at ieasonable prices. Homestead
are still available near Ryegate. In
the past spring over settlers located
on homesteads in tne vicinity of this
town.
Ryegate now offers an opeuing for a
good hotel, barber, blacksmith, outcher.
creamery, elevator, general store,hard
waie and implement dealer, livery,
and live stock dealer.
Low fare tickets to Ryegate at one
and one third fare for the round trip,
on sale Jane l.r to 19. Retain limit
.Tune 21. On sale at South Dakota and
North Dakota stations on the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway and at
stations on the new line in the Da
kotas and Montana. F. A. Miller,
General Paseenger Agent, Chioago.
Knife Blade Building.
Facing the new Williamsburg bridge
plnza. In New York, will Ih' built an
olllce and store structure only six feet
eleven inches wide. The depth will be
a hundred feet. It will be built on the
southwest corner of Delancey and
Clinton streets. It will be two stories
til^h The cost Is placed at $10,000.
The narrow strip of land was left by
'.he cutting away of tbe blocks taken
to make the plaza.
Deafness Cannot He Cured
by local applications,
bs
they oaun«,t
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inHamed n
dition of the mucous lining of the K i
staehian Tube. When this tube is in
Hiiined you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tiielf closed, deafness is the result, and
unless tbe intiamation can Le taken out
Bnd this tube is restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destrojed for
e?nr nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but an in
tiained condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be curcd by Hall Catarrh
Cure. Send for circilara, free.
P. J. CH KN'EV & CO Toledo, O.
Sold by Druegis^s, 75.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
Notice of Application for Permit to
Sell Intoxicating Liquors.
Notice is hereby given that J.
Burris has tiled in my office an appli
cation for a permit to sell intoxicating
liquors at retail at a building on lot
14, olock 15, original plat, in the 4th
ward, of the city of Madison, coanty
of Lake, and state of South Dakota
and that said application will be heard
by the city council of said city on
the 29th day of June, 1909, at 8
o'clock p. m., at the council room, at
which time any person or persons
may appear before said corporate au
thorities and give any reason why
such license should not be received or
permit granted toaell intoxicating li
quors at retail.
flatad Madiaan, fL Ik, -Jnne 4, 1909.
•-Win Rae,
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City Auditor.
Notice of Application for Permit to
Sell Intoxicating Liquors.
Notice is hereby given that Jas.
Murphy has hied in my office an appli
cation for peimft to sell intoxicating
liquors a retail at a building on lot l(i.
block 19, original plat, in the 3rd ward
of the city of Madison, county of Lake,
and state of South Dakota and that
said application will he heard by the
city council cf said city on the29th day
ot Jane, 1909, at 8 o'clock p. m.. at the
council room, at which time any pi
son or persons may appear before said
corpoiate authorities and give any
reason why such license shoald not
l** received or permit granted to sell
intoxicating liquors at retail.
Dated Madison, & D., June 4,1909.
Wm. Rae,
City Auditor.
Notice of Application for Permit to
Sell Intoxicating Liqaors.
Notice is hereby given that Matt
Pint has filed in my office an applica
tion for a permit to sell intoxicating
liquors at retail at a building on lot
7, block 19, original plat, in the :trd
ward, of the city of Mndison, county of
Lake, and state of South Dakota and
that said application will be heard by
tbe city council of said city on the
29th day of Jane, 1909, at 8 o'clock
p. m., at the council room, at which
time any person or persons may appear
before said corporate authorities and
give any reason why such license
shoald not be received or permit
granted to sell intoxicating liqaors at
retail.
Dated Madison, 9. D.. Jane 4, 1909.
—-Wm. Rae,
City Auditor.
the 8rd ward, of tbe city of Madison,
county of Lake, and state of Sooth
Dakota and that said application will
be heard by the city cooncil of said
city ou the 89th day of Jane, 1909, at
8 o'clock p. m., at tha council room, at
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Miss Bogen's Fine
MILLINERY SHOWING
is now in its full array and the ladies
of Madison and vicinity are cordially
invited to inspect her most beautiful
and great assortment of
Tailored and Dress Hats
which time any person or persons
may appe ir before s iil corporate au
thorities and give any reason why
such license should not be received or
permit granted to sell intoxicating
liquors at retail.
Dated Madison, S. D., Jane 4, 1909,
—Wm. Rae,
City Auditor.
Notice of Application for Permit to
Sell Intoxicating Liquors.
Notice is hereby given that Peter
Heaguey has filed in my office an ap
plication for a permit to sell intoxi
cating liquors at retail at a building
on lot 10, block 15, original plat, in
the 4th ward, of the city cf Madison,
county cf Lake, and state of South Da
kcta, and that said application will he
beard by the city council of said city
oa the 29th day of June, 1909, at
Dated Madison, S. D., June 4,1900.
-Wm. Rae,
City Auditor.
Notice of Application for Permit to
Sell intoxicating Liqaors.
Notice is hereby given that Fred
Knrtb and W. M. Welling have filed
in my office an application for a per
mit to sell intoxicating liquors at
retail at a building on lot 18, block
19, original plat, in the 3rd ward, cf
tne city of Madison, conntv of Lake,
and state of South Dakota and that
said application will be heard by the
city council of said city on the 29th
day of June, 1909. at 8 o'clock p. in.,
at the council room at which time any
person or pertous may appear before
said corporate authorities and give any
reason why such license shoald not be
received or permit granted to sell in
toxicating liquors at retail.
a. D., Jnne 4, 1909.
—W Rae,
City Auditor.
Notice of Application for Permit io
Sell Intoxicating Liquors.
Notice is hereby given that Geo.
Moshei and Frank Jordan have filed in
my office an application for a permit
to sell intoxicating liquors at retail at
a building on lot 1, block 19, original
plat, in the :ird ward, of the city of
Madison, county of Lake, and state of
South Dakota and that said application
will be heard by the city council of
said city on the 29th day of June, 1909,
at 8 o'clock p. in., at the council room,
at which time any person or persons
may apjeMr before said corporate au
jtboiities and give any reason why
such license slonld not be received or
permit granted to sell intoxicating li
quors at letail.
Dated Madison, 8. D., June 4, 1900.
Wm. Rae,
City Auditor.
DR. O. ESTREM,
Notice of Application for Permit to
Sell Intoxicating Liqaors.
Notice is hereby given that H. J.
Pamperin has filed in my office au
application for a permit to sell intox-! sssssisssssssssssssssMS!
icating liquors at retail at a building __
on lot 4, block 19, original plat, in
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICf PHONE 291
NOUSf PHONE, Green 431
Office ever The Kg Store MADISON. S. DAK
fjR. H. P. GULSTINE,
DENTIST
W0NE 293
PNONf 293
Offka war Ihc Bit Shn JttMSOft, 5. DAD
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A specialty is made in middle-aged ladies hats as the extremity but beautiful
of this year's style does not appeal to all modes of hair dressing, and therefore
an extra effort was made to obtain the correct style® for tbe different hair
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Miss Bogen's Millinery Parlors,
1109 FIFTH ST. .... MADISON, S. D.
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o'clock p.m., at the council room, at
which time any person or persons may
appear before said corporate antnorities
and give any reason why such license
should not be received or permit grant
ed to sell intoxicating liqaors at retail.
Dated Madipon, 8. D., June 4,1909.
—Wm. Kae,
City Auditor
Notice
Application for Permit to
Sell Intoxicating Liqnors.
Notice is hereby given that O. H.
Munson has filed in my office an appli
cation for a permit to sail intoxicatiug
liqaors at retail at a building on lot 2,
block 19, original plat, in the 3rd
ward, of the city of Madison, countv of
Lake, and state of South Dakota and
that said application will he heard by
tbe city council of said city on the 29th
day of June, 1909, at 8 o'clock p. m.,
atthecouucil room, at which time anv
person or persons may appear before
said corporate authorities and give any
reason whv such license should not be
received or permit granted to sell in
toxicating liquors at retail.
PHONE I!
SATURDAY SPECIALS
AT THE BAZAAR
A 50 Piece Dinner Set, very nice
white body decorated with sprays
of pink roses, per set
25c
the best grade of
HARD AND SOFT COAL
GOIVHNO! OOIVIINO!
ON El f.LORIfiUS OA V
GREAT COMBINED SHOWS
BIQQER, BETTER ATsiO Gr?ANDKR THAN EVER
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Madison, Saturday June
$5.39
Special on Onyx Enamelware. Onyx
is a mottled, very durable three coated
ware.
CLOTHES PIN SPECIAL
10c Per 100
E, W. KETCH AH
wfll deliver promptly to
mnj
part of the city
2 performances^only
uuurtiuoj afternoon and might
DODE FISK'S
memie
of
wild animals
8 FAMOUSLY SUNNY CLOWNS -8
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Elephant
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DiieMl Aerial Acts-5
SLfcia ACTS AHD HIBUHt RAttS
Cc •{jaou: -Sensational -Immense
SOMAN BALLET
Spectacular Hippodrome
GRAND FREE
Street Parade
12:30 DAILY
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PREMIUM
CONCERT
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