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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, September 08, 1909, Image 3

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JEWELRY
REPAIRING A
SPECIALTY
Phone 260
We're Showing
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We would like very much to have as many children
rail on us this week as possible. We want them to
know that we are prepared to furnish them with any
thing they may want to start in school with and that
we we will make it worth their time to come to us.
We want them to feel that we not only are giving them
their money's worth, but we will give each child that
trades here a pencil sharpener, and when the purchase
amounts to $1.00 or more we will throw in a water
proof school bag with shoulder strap.
PLEASE RFMEMBfR, That all text books an sold for
CASH ONLY.
If your eyes trouble you, come an see our Optician.
DRUGGIST
COMPLETE OPTICAL ROOM
GRINAGER BROS.
THE CITY. I
Weather Forecast:
Generally fair tonight and Thursday.
The only modern shoe repair
shop in the city, at Stearns'.
Men's shoes sewed half soles 75
cents. Women's shoes sewed
fyjtjf teles, 50 cents-
LOCAL*
E O I E S
NEWS
"Spfe1 tfcosft pretty jet hair ban&S. at'
J^Ihh Bogen's.
office rooms for rent in Handemer
Renumber all electric light bills
X, jm)mI km&M L*k» Oo«aty btafc
Some good values in Mens*
Suits, Late Styles at Special
Prices. Also some bargains in
Boys Suits, Fall Overcoats, Medium
and Light weight Underwear, Ox
fords, Etc.
We're sacrificing profits on these goods, to move
them and make room for our New Fall Goods.
They're a good buy whether you need them just
now or not We are also ready to show you new
Fall Styles in
Stiff and Soft Hats, Fancy Vests, Shoes, Men's
Trousers, Flannel Shirts, Etc.
GRINAGER BROS.
BMlUOff, iCOTI* DaKO'IA.
TELEPHONE. NO. 269.
WHUXKSDAY, SEPT. 8. 1909
on Dr before tho 10th or a fine of |1
will apply. —Wm Kae, City Auditor.
Have your shoes repaired by A. J.
PeteiH, at Stearns'.
Big social dance at Handemer ball
every Friday evening.
Bring your shoe repair work to
Stearns' and save money
Wanted. Boy to strip tobacco.—
Paul Krakowski.
For Sale. Tbt«e xueidence loto
Stepben Olsbo.
I've tried them
all. "jack's
School Children
S SCHUTZ,
JEWELER
School Supplies
The event of September is the
opening of School, which necessitates
the purchase for your boy or girl the supplies of
Stationery, Pencils, Etc., that are necessary to aid him
or her in the absorbing of knowledge. We have anticipated
every demand by laying in a remarkably complete stock Tablets, Scratch
Pads, Composition Books, Pencils, Erasers, Pens, Pen Points, Rules, Etc., Etc., all
moderately priced. It will pay you to deal here
JONES
Z. F. SEARS, OPTICIAN IN CHARGE
DRUG CO.
tor
i n e
net leave a lock of yoni hair and
have a switch or puffs made to matco,
ont ot real human hair. All grades
and prices.—Miss L. B.Morse.
For Sale. I have two four room
houses for sale at $S00. One of these
houses bag two lota, 50x200 feet. I
have some other city property, im
proved and unimproved, for sale, also
some cheap farm lands in Grant
ft mi iff ia, IkuttaiL
Prescriptions
Corner Drug Store
Juvenile baud practice tuiugki.
A new line of picture moulding just
received at A. T. Ireland's.
rs. Dyke of Fairmont, Minn., is
the gneet of Mrs. John Holston.
Remember the Catholic ladies' pro
gressive tea, Thursday, Sept. 16.
Just received, the latest in neckwear
and hair ornaments, at Miss Bogen's.
H. M. Penn nnd wife were evening
passengers for Minneapolis to view th«j
state fair.
Go to Handemer nail Thursday and
Saturday evenings and enjoy the bow
ery dance.
Wanted. Man to travel in the in
terest of the Madison Marble Works.
Clans Hexam.
Bowery dance at Handemer ball
Thursday and Saturday evenings.
Everybody invited.
Another large delegation of State
Normal school students arrived by the
incoming trains today.
Mrs. A. W. tiponholz and sister. Mru.
John Hass, were mcrning passengers
for Flandreau on a visit to friends.
Herman Woestmau returned this
morning from Oldham where he has
been employed at the work of thresh
ing.
For Side. Two residence and two
vacant lots, known as the Frank Fint
zel property.—Jacob Biiran, admitm
trator.
The coanty commissioners visited
tne poor farm today to look after im
provements on buildings which are in
progress.
Mis. D. Fitts and daughter, Alias
Genevieve, were morning passengers
for Sioux If alls, the latter to resume
ber studiee in All Saints school.
Wm. Dixon returned this morning
from Elk Point where he attended a
state convention of rural mail carriers.
There were about forty carriers in at
tendance.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Ball were morn
ing passengers for Minneapolis on a
visit to the family of their son, Clay
ton Ball, and will view the Minnesota
state fair.
Wynn Jones and bride returned home
by the sooth train this morning They
left the train at the crossing in Wash
ington avenue and thereby escaped de
monstration on the part of their
friends.
Mi« Elisabeth Gill who has been
the gaest of ber sister, Mis. W. W.
Tollee, departed this evening for Min
neapolis and will enter the University
of Minnesota as a student.
Members of the Presbyterian Mis-
"I
Juee are requested to pay to Mrs.Angiift
L. Williamson before Sept. 15, to meet
pledges. Bv order of the president.
Miss Nellie E. Cook was married to
A N. Cheney at noon today, at the
home of the bride's mother, Rev. A.
D. Thibotletu performing the cere
mony. The bride is a sister of Dr. A.
A. Cook and has been a resident of
be city only a few months. Mr,
Cheney is a resident of Winl'ck,
Wash., where he is i-ngaged in the
bunking onsi'ness, ar.d the Dewlv mar
ried couple were passengers by the
north train for their future home The
wedding was very quiet. Miss Matilda
Anderson of Msdelia, Miun.,being the
only guest, besides the family.
The rmain» of the late Mrs. W W.
Janes arrived from Rochester, Minn.,
by the north train this morning and
were taken to the home of a slpker of
the def eased, Mrs. W. R. Walker, in
we.^t Fourth street. A nnmber of
friends were at the train to meet the
remains R. Fitznerald, Geo.Peck,
M. D. McGillivray, Frank Palmer,
Ernest McDonald and W. A. Mack-ay
acted as pallbearers. The funeral ser
vices will be held in the M. E. church
Friday afternoon at 2: 0. A selected
quartet will furnish mueic. The
friends of Mrs. Janes may view ner re
mains at the home of Mrs. Walker from
9 until It Friday morning. The in
terment will be in Graceland.
Sioni Falls Argus Leader: Mi**
June Toobey left yesterday for Madi
son. S. where she begins her work
as the head of the department of music
the Madison State Krinal. Miss
Toohey is well equipped for the pesi
tion. She is a graduate of the Chicago
Musical College and has since proved
her qualities aa a teacher by a success
ful year in All Saitts aad by her ex
cellent success in teaching private
classes. Miss TAohey is one of the
most popular yoting ladies in Sioux
Falls as was shown by the fact that
she won the Tours of Europe content
coiidn-ted by the Argus-Leader, and
has but recently returned from a trip
abroad.
The Month Dakota Educator, pub
lished at Mitchell, recognized as one of
the most influential educational publi
cations in the northwest, includes tho
nHOja of Co. Hnpt. L. C. Kellogg of
Madison in a list of suggested names
for state supt. of public instruction fur
Month Dakota. Thin re-o^uition
Mr. Kellogg ns one of the leading edu
cators ot the state, suitable timber for
the high position mentioned, will he
received with pleasnre by bis friends
at home. Mr. Kelloeg is serving his
second term as superintendent of
schools for Lake county, and if be
should be called higher by the people
of the state, be would not be fonDd
wanting in capability and purpose to
advance the educational interests of
the state. Besides. Lake coanty would
feel honored.
Huron dispatch, 7: The largest en
try of harness horses at the South Da
kota state fair warrants the statement
that four days of the finest and most
hotly contested races will be had by
the largest field of the best horses in
the northwest. So great has been the
entiies that Monday morning Sept. 6,
the board started tc constiuct a fourth
speed barn to take care of the harness
horses, to be ready for occupancy, Mon
day, September li5, 1909. To automo
bile enthusiasts, the board offers $100
to the county that sends to the state
fair during the week, the largest nuni
ber of automobiles population of
county, and distance from Huron to be
taken into consideration. The Iward
us made airangements with Ex-May
or John A. Cleaver, of Huron, to han
dle this department.
DOCTOR HELD OP
By Burglar Who Secures $100
of His Money and
Escapes.
Scotland, Sept. 7.—Dr. Arner, a
prominent local physician, had aa in
f'irssting experience with a bold burg
lar, who mad* his escape after secur
ing about $100 of the physician's
money. The burglar entered his loom
while be was sound asleep, but the
moving about of the intruder awak
ened the phTsician, who in the dark
ness was able to distinguish the form
of the burglar as he was searching for
plunder. Not having a weapon with
in reach Dr. Arner was unable to force
the burglar to throw up his hands.
Upon noticing that the physician was
awake the burglar fled from the room
and house, aad lr. Arner, in his night
clothing, started in pursuit as toon as
he had urocured a shotgun. Dr. Ar
ner chased the fugitive to the rear of
one of the business bouses, where he
shot him twice. The night was dark,
but he lieves he saw the fellow st tg
gei uk though one of the charges bad
taken effect. Losing sight of the burg
lar, Dr. Amu returned to hid apart
ments to dress, when he made the dis
covery that the burglar bad stolen his
pant-), containing a pocketbook "in
which theie was about $100 in money.
Later a fuitber search was made for
the thief, but no trace of him could be
found. The pants and empty pocket
book were discovered on the sidewalk
whtre they bad been thrown by the
burglar.
Drs. Gregg, the osteopathy physi
cians, have removed their offices from
Hundemer block to rooms over R. B.
Fitzgerald's naulware store where they
will be pleased to receive their pa
tients.
Wt often wonder how aajr person can
Vh
persuaded into taking anything but
Poleys Honey and Tar for ooushs, colds
nnd lung trouble. Do not be fooled
into accepting "own
make"
DECLARED OFF
Lake County Fair Abandoned
forThis
Year
Plans for
Future
At a meeting of tbe board of direc
tor® of the Lake Conntv Agricultural
association yesterday afternoon, the
fail for this year was declared off.
This lias bean brought about by many
things which the directors decided
should b? adjusted before holding an
other fair. The association has l)een
attempting to hold fairs in tho past
without a sufficient number of stock
holders and insufficient capital. Dur
ing the summer cominittseH have been
soliciting stock sales among the farm
ers of the county and have been very
successful. This work has been ex
tended late into the seasm so that the
directors have not had opportunity to
plan successfully for a fair this fall.
Hence, it has been decided as good
business principles to abandon tho fair
this year and make preparations for a
fair next year that will be a credit to
the county.
A movement is on foot also to1
change the location of the fa:r, bring
ing it nearer to the business center of
the city. This is deemed advisable to
provide a place for holding the winter
farmers' institutes. It is planned to
move the present buildings to a new
si e and enlarge the art hall to a size
sufficient for the accommodation of the
far-ners' institute. This is an excel
lent pian and will maet the approval
of farmers and business men generally.
The directors will continue their work
and have everything iu readiness for
the tair next year.
C18LS AND GUKS
Sioux Falls Father Killed
Daughter's Escort Late
Hour*
Both of the yonng fellows appeared
to be gentiemen and, while they regret
the occuirence they feel they were
justified in their action.
Botb were badly beaten and covered
with blood.
Special Train to Huron and Return Ac
count South Dakota State Fair via
Chicago,Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway.
For the accommodation of people
going to the South Dakota state fair
at Huron, this railway will run a spe
cial train to Huron and return on Sep
tember 14th on the schedule shown be
low:
Lv Effan
ColenMt.
Went worth
Madison
Rain ona
Oldham iJP'
Ar Lake Presto®
Ar Huron W
of othor sub
Mtitutes. The genuine contains no
harmful drugs and is In
af jreUow
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Returning this special
leave Huron at 6:30 p. m.
—J. C. Palmer, Agent.
Are you giing to register at the
opening (Oct tb-23) of the Cheyenne
and Standing Rock reservationsT Then
yoa want to know something about
this land. Send 25 certs for onr inter
esting booklet, compiled by atajte his
torian, telling all about them. In
cludes handsome map (in three colors)
of South Dakota showing lands to be
opened. This alone worth the money.
Wrap np a quarter and send foi copy
today. Homestead Info-mation Bu-
Coke
Coal
Wood
Salt
l»y
FHnni Falls, H-pt. dtaot 1
t/cluck this morning Geo. Hurd was
killed at his home in this city by t'has.
Radford. Hnid receive I two bnilel
wounds, one over the right eye and the
other in the neck.
After the "Looting. Radford auo hir
rother, Eugene, gave themselv»s up to
the police and are now in thetjity
lockup., where Radford made the fol
lowing statement:
"My name is Charles Radford, and
my home is near Fianklln, 111. My
brother, Eugene, has been in Sioux
Falls for some time, bat 1 havo been
here uuly since last Friday, and huve
been working for Will Quincy, in the
conatry.
"I came to town Monday to have a
good time with my brother, who had
been going with the daughter of Mr
Hurd for sometime. My brother said
for me to go with him to the bouse and
take out another lady stopping there,
Miss Hurd's aunt.
"We went first to the theatre, then
to the carnival show, and then to Mc
Keenan park, reaching the home of the
girls about 1:20, or thereabouts. I
stopped nut on the valk until my
brother had taken the girls into the
house.
"While standing there two men
came running np with clubs in their
hand". They stopped when they came
to where I was, but as I was a stranger,
they passed on to where they met my
brother, who had just left the house.
"One of the men struck him over the
head with a club, and the other one
joined in pounding him. My broth
called to me and of course I jumped in
to help him. While running to his
aid I shot off into the air my revolver,
which I bad put in my i»ock^t because
I had considerable money with me and
wanted to be prepared for whatever
might happen.
"The shot referred to was tired in
order to scare the men away from my
brother. One of them struck me with
his clnb and I went down with a nun
on top of me, who, I have sinc
learned, was George Hurd. I fought
until I saw that we would both
killed eveutually and then I shot twice.
"We at onco left the honse and
hunted up a policeman to whom we
surrendered ourselves."
liook at those cuts. Ifiey rep?*
rosent the famous
Duckbak Waterproof Hunt
ing Coat and Cap
After deciding to handle*m
Hunting Clothing wo consulted
several of tho most prominent
shooters of the vicinity who were
unanimous
in.
recommending
"THE DUCBAK"
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R.V. THOMPSON,
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YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
AT THE MILL
LARK1N & METCALF
Mill 240 PHONES Store 445
SHOOTERS
300 Boxes at $1 Per Box
To Start With
Get in You Orders Early Before
they Go Up Again.
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Another Snap
150 Boxes of Calumet Laundry Soap at
$2.50 per Box of 100 Bars?
LET US SUPPLY YOU
If?
READE & PAULSON
PRACTICAL SHOEING
Located at the Croom McLean
Shop, Shoe the lame and the sound.
SHOE THEM ALL.
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Then wear water
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keep dry and comty
on your hunt
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