Teeth are Thing!
Do you know the following first principles
Whether you like them or not, they are the truth.
FIRST: A PfRSON CONNOT BE BtAUTIFUL WITHOUT WELL-KEPT TEETH—for a per
son cannot give a greater offense to the eye than a mouthful of
SECOND: A PERSON CONNOT BE COMPANIONABLE WITHOUT WELL KEPT TEETH:-for the
btffeath that assassinates at five feet will kill the sturdiest friendship.
THIRD: A PERSON CANNOT Bf CLEAN WITHOUT WEIL KEPT TfETH-at the last, the
simple practice of the care of the teeth reflects on the habits of
the guilty party.
FOURTH: A PERSON CANNOT BE HEALTHY WITHOUT WELL KEPT TEETH—for the simple
reason that every mouthful of food that passes ints his system is
first contaminated by the gum cuddlers.
COMPLETE OPTICAL ROOM
CLEARING Of OXFORDS
AT 0NE-E0URTH OEf
This offer will include every pair of
Men's and Boys' Oxfords in our store,
all this season's latest shapes and
colors in Tan, Wine or Green, Gun
Metal or Patent, Lace, Buckle or But
o n s y e
$4.50 Oxfords now $3.38
$4.00 Oxfords now 3.00
$3.50 Oxfords now 2.63
$3.00 Oxfords now 2.25
MADISON, IODH DAKOTA.
TELEPHONE, NO. 269.
TUKSDA V, A lT I 17. 1SKU
P*ti tonight and WHne«d«y cool**
Ice. Ice. Ice. Phone Chas.
Big social 'lance at Hundemer hall
every Friday evening.
For Rent Office rooms la Honde
For Sale. Seven room house, with
small barn and five lots. Apply Mrs.
L. B. Colburn.
Ellis' illustrated mnsic system at
music stadij, postoffice olock.—(Gene
For Sale. Good nifofe ecw. lu
quire at this office.
I've tried tbem all. "Jack's for
For Sale. Good all roiiud family
horse. See Sam F. Hinder.
For Sale or Rent Three good
houses of six rooms each. Will be va
cant aftei Sept. SO. Apply to Mm A.
Huve your shoes repaired by A.
Peters, at Stearns'.
For Sale. Good family driving
horse and surrey. Apply at this offlo e
Use Tooth Powder, Paste, Soap or Antiseptic Liquids.
We have any thing you may want.
J. CHRIS SCHUTZ,
in prescription compounding
are not to be found in this establishment.
We are equipped with the latest and most dell*
cateand accurate weighing and measuring apparatus made,
thereby assuring you of Accurate, Quick Compounding with no
chance of an error, for this equipment combined with our system of counter
checking eliminates the chance of that. Pure Drugs is a fact here--not just a saying.
JONES DRUG CO.
F. SEARS, OPTICIAN IN CHARGE
Corner Drug Stor
Fresh milch cow.—C
G. A. Sterling of Ratnona was a
baeinew visitoi in Madison today.
rs. Ed. Byrne was an evening pa*
senger for Misfloula, Mont., on a visit
to a daughter.
The funeral of the late Jas. Gageu
was held frouo St. Thomas church at
9 o'clock this morning.
Bring your sho% repair work to
Stearns* and save money.
Mrs. Angie L. Williamson waH a
homecoming passenger by the south
train this evening.
The Amethyst club was entertained
this afternoon by Mrs. W. B. Houle
and Mrs. A. T. Ireland.
Mrs. Martin Gilman and Miss Nel
lie Jenks of Minneapolis are quests
in the family of Dr. S. M. Jcnks.
Mrs. Bentzner and children who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Peck, returned home to Sioux
City by the morning train.
John Curtis who has been the guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
I Curtis, depaited this morning on his
i return home to Hampdon, N. D.
A. A. Abbott, son and two daugh
ters were evening passengers for Bow
man with a view of taking np govern
men land claims in that vicinity.
The only modern shoe repair ehop in
the city, at Stearns'. Men's shown
I -. wed I soles, 75 cents. Women's shoes
Mewed soles, 50 cents.
Taken np.—A sorrel mare, came to
my place, five miles south of Madison,
on Aug. 9. Owner may have same by
pitying charges.—J. C. Westaby.
A good cottage home, close in
$1,000. A well improved quarVr.
cheap, if taken at once. A modern
home, close to Normal school, easy
terms. North Dakota relinquishments
from $500 up. —D. (J. Beaty.
Elmer Fitzgerald was a morning de
par tare for Gladbrook. Iowa, to ar
range for the J. E. Goltra loom end
sale which opens at that place next.
Saturday, Aug. 21.
Walter Daly of Portland Ore., is in
the city calling on friends and a guest
in the family of his uncle, J. J.
Fitzgerald. Walter had business in
St. Paul and took the occasion to visit
the home of bis boyhood.
T. J. Lunnon in Sioux Falls a day
or two ago, met Alex. McKay, an ear
ly day resident of Madison, who with
hiB wife was visiting friends in Sicux
Falls. Mr. McKay is now a resident
of Oacoma this state.
Program at the Berlin taftlgbt
Chinatown Slavery Adventures of a
Keg, comic Bohemian Girl, hand
olored Hunting the Hippo, interest
ing scene on the river Nile. Be^t pro
gram of the season. Tonight only.
F. E. Gieseke of Sioux Falls, dis
trict manager of the Order of Home
Guardians is in the city coavassing
tor membership. A meeting of the or
ler will be held at Odd Fellows hall
Thursday evening at which a class of
twenty will be initiated.
A. W. Walkenhauer, agent for the
monument works at Ballard & Son of
^ion.v Falls, has placed a fine family
uionumeut in Graceland cemetery at
the grave of Martin West by. The
monument is of black amber Kranite
md is imposing in appearance.
Mrs. Caldwell and daughter. Viola,
ire packing their household goods for
lemoval to Bison, PerkiDs county.
Miss Viola has taken a government
'.and claim in that vicinity and also
'•ntered into contract to teach school
this winter. Mrs. Caldwell also has a
iirother living in that vicinity, making
very neat combination for taking up
ife in a new country.
There was a moment's Acitement In
ower Egan avenne this morning,
•aused by a runaway. A young girl
Iriving a team attached to a farm
wagon crossed the railroad track
.toming north just as the train for
'he south pulled out. The team be
:ame frightened and ran a block before
hey were stopped bjj several men who
took long chances in grabbing the bits
.md 8Ukilling the runaways.
Complaint was made in the city to
lay of the theft of |37 at Junius last
:iight. Beter E. Berglund is em
ployed as foreman of a gong of men
ngaged in rebuilding an elevator for
McKinnon of this city. He has
employed a number of transcient men
in the work and of this number Ed.
Gierun is accused of the theft. Gierun
bad been employed on the work two
lave and disappeared last night with
out drawing his pay.
A yair of transcients were in Judge
Raudall's court this morning charged
with drunkenness aud each was sent
Co jail for ten days. They arrived in
town yesterday from Howard where
they had evidently been on drui.it
from whh'h they had not recovered.
They seemed to have it in for police
men generally and bad not been in
town but a few minutes wheu they
gave it out that they could not tie ar
rested by all the policemen on earth.
The uext minute tney were tumbled in
to the bull pen at the police station
and after a night's sleep they were
docile hs Iambi and appeared grateful
this morning when Judge Raudall itn
posed sentence upon them.
The Daily leader acknowledges tbe
courtesy of a bouquet from the flower
garden of Mrs. Chas. Bingham of west
Fifth street. This has come t«» be an
annual custom, Mrs. Biugham remeui
bering The Daily Leader once a yeai
witn a bouquet of the choicest flowers
of her collection. Another happy
custom which Mrs. Bingham observe*
i* the presentation of button hole bon
quets to each of tbe comrade-* of Gen.
-Shields Post who appear in line to at
tend church servLe on Memorial. Sun
day. How many more hearts she
makes glad by the presentation of
flowers we are unable to state, but we
know from observation that she
pleases the old soldiers, and The
Daily Leader is also made happy by
her annual courtesy.
Prof. Potter to Begin Breeding
Corn at Brookings
Brookings. Aug. 10. —The state col
lege of agriculture and mechanic arts
has recently procured the services of
Mr. Henrv B. Potter of Indiana as corn
expert in the department of agronomy
and field crops. Mr. Potter comes to
the institution exceptionally highly
recomnien led. He is a graduate of
the Univeisity School of Agriculture of
ludiana, having had training under
Mr. G. I. Christie, one of the coun
try's strongest corn experts. He ban
also had consi lerable practical experi
ence on the farm, and knows well
both the breeding and cultivation ends
of the corn proposition. He has a
splendid reputation as a corn jud^e,
having assisted in judging tbe corn at
the Indiana ftate corn show, and o :h1
shows in that state. He is devoting his
time this year to the selection of desir
ble types of corn from the different
varieties under test on tbe station
plats, aud expects another year to com
mence breeding operations using as his
foundation some of the more desirable
types mm! varieties now giown iu this
Slanley County Settler WUl
Arrested for Wife De
and vanished, failing to show up when
the time of hearing came, He was
traced to Galosbnrg, 111., and the sher
iff is after him. It is now believed
his who'e move was a play to get rid
of his wife, and the charge on whicn
he will be brought back is wife de
sertion, which carrios a heavy penalty
in this state.
Fall Styles Comprise Many
Pierre, Aug. 16.—C. M. Whitte
more, a homesteader in Stanley county
about twenty miles southwest of
Pierre, last week made a move which
mav land him behind tbe bars. He
came to Fort Pierre to make complaint
in regard to the mental condition of
his wife, wno he accused of threaten
ing to kill him. herself and their baby
son. On complaint the sheriff went
out to tbe place and brought in Mrs
Whittemore, who did not show any
signs of insauity, and asked for a hear
ing. which had to be postponed on ac
count of lack of witnesses. The wu
uiati and baby staved in town and
Whittemore went back to the claim,
where be disposed of a lot of property
Chicago, Ang. 16.—Tbe new fall
millinery colors are delightful,Hnd any
woman will cnoose colored hats in oue
and two tone effects for wear with
black or gray suits. For first street
wear there aie felts in all the soft
vendage.-or grape harvtst shades
caramel browns and smoke and ele
phant grays. A brand new color call
ed vert de gris is represented on the
green, and there are also aeroplane
green—soft and grayish, like fields
seen from a distance-and deep bottle
green, as dark in its way as is raisin,
the darkest of the fruit shadings. To
lighten these snbdued colorings there
are sulphur aud mustard yellows,
Nattier ani Beauvia blues and a bril
liant cherry pink. Amethyst and vio
let shades have been extremely fa
shionable all summer in Paris, and it
is probable that until holiday time at
least these colors will be modish here.
The new wing and quill trimming
are dyed in this soft, beautiful shade,
as well as the ostrich feathers, and all
tne new satins, velvets and moira silks
will match as well.
A very smart turban for early
autumn wear is shown, the shape be
ing a flexible felt in one of tbe new
gre:'n shades, with satin trimming in
a slisihtly lighter green shade and two
curving quills completing tbe two-tone
effect. All the new turbans set well
down around the bead, and with
wave of bright hair peepiug out l»e
neath them they are captivating.
Stranger Falls Into Big Sioux
River and Later Expires
Sioux Falls, Aug. 16.—Tbe local
authorities have been able to secure
but slight infomation iu reference to
a stranger, whose name ia supposed to
have been J. Bacou, who died in a
local hospital as the result of falling
off tbe Omaha railroad bridge iuto the
Big Sicux river. He was watchinu
number of boys who were in swim
ming, and, leaning too ffr over tL*
-ide of the bridge, lost bis halnnce and
fell into the water about tiftei?u fe
below. He was drawn from the river
hy some of those who had witnessed
the accident, and being unconscious
was taken to the hospital. He regain
ed consciousness and apparently wa
fully recovering when he suddenly o
came worse and continued sinking raj
idly until bis death. It would appear
that his death was caused by fright re
suiting from the fall into the river.
Nothing is known of the man beie, jr
as to where he came from.
Edgemont Authorities Land Him
After an Exciting
Edgemont, Aug. 10.—Tbe author
ities here have in custody an apparent
lv dangerous niau, who recently wan
captured at Ardmore after an exciting
chase. The piisoner, whose nam* u
unknown, had been working on the
ranch of Albert Soske, near here, but
left suddenly, taking with him a
Winchester rifle and some other proper
ty belonging to his employer. Learn
ing that the fugitive was at the ranch
of a mau named Bell, Frank Heppner
was deputized to proceed tnere and ar
rest him. When the officer arrived on
the ground, the fugitive stood him ofl
with a couple of revolvers and the
stolen rifle, and compelled him to re
turn empty handed. The fugitive pro
ceeded to Ardmore, where he finally
was captured by George Sweet, a local
officer. The prisoner will now be
compelled to answer in court to the
cbarges of grand larceny and lesisting
an officer, both of which axe penitent
May Become One of the Extens
ive Products of the
Iioqnoin, Aug. 10. -The rare grain
known as canary wheat may become
one of the extensive products of this
part of the state. G. K. Satchell is
the first farmer in this vicinity to ex
periment with this wheat. Mrs.
Satchell procured the seed from some
flower seeds, and it was sown with
other seeds. Wheu it had attained a
good growth they plucked the samples,
n )t knowing what sort of grain it was,
and sent them to tbe state agricultural
college at Brookings for inspection and
classification. Tbe authorities at the
state institution were unable to identi
fy the curious grain and the sample^
were forwarded to Chicago, there the
grain was identified as canary wheat.
The grain is good for canaries and for
feed for fowelB of any kind, and next
year Satchell is planning on devoting
considerable acreage to it. So far as
known it iB the first wheat of tbe
ever grown in Sooth Dakota.
Old Wheat Flour
It is time that all who want good
Old Wheat Flour to lay in a sup
before any new
When you buy
wheat it used.
you are sure to get the best that
fiie market affords.
Whole Wheat Flour
Bake the above by using
Sunnyside Washed Coal
and you have a combination hard to beat
PHONES Store 445
COME IN AND SEE
The New fall Suits
The New Fall Pants
The New Fall Shoes
The New Fall Neckwear
The New Fall Hats and Caps
HACKETT & SUTTON
For Pickling and Preserving
We have a good supply but they will
soon go, as they are fine, at t:
50c Per Peck
California Plums and Bartlctt Pears
will soon be scarse and higher.
Order at once if you want them
at present prices: I I
Plums, Red or Blue at 60c per bask
et, or $2.25 per crate. Pears are
$2.75 per box.
Peaches later. us supply you.
H. J, U N O
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