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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, September 09, 1909, Image 5

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Phone 260
We're Showipg CJ SC
An Invitation to All School Children
We would like very much to have
we we will make it worth their time
Stiff and Soft Hats, Fancy Vests, Shoes, Men's
Trousers, Flannel Shirts, Etc.
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ADttON IODVI nurcrA.
TELKi'HjUN K. NO. 269.
Weather forecast.
Qanerall v fuir tonight hdc|- Friday.
The or'y rnodewi shoe repair
the city, at Stearns'.
Men's shoes sewed half soles 75
cents Women's shoes sewed
half soles. 50 cents.
See those pretty j#t bail* fcftrafls. at
Mlsn Bogen's.
Office rooms for rent in Haudeuier
Remember all electric hgbt bill#
rot Wptidtt Lake Cowtf Imak.
call on us this week as possible. We waist them to
know that we are prepared to furnish them with any
thing they may want to start in school with
We wan! 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
proof schoo! bag with shoulder strap.
PI FASE RFMLM3ER, That all text books are sold for
If your eyes trouble you, come an see our Optician.
in Mens*
at Special
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 Stylet in
on 3T before tlx* 10th or a tine of fl
will apply.— Wm Kae, City Auditor.
Have your shoe* repaired by A. J.
Peieis, at Steams'.
Big Bocial dance at Hundemer hall
every Friday evening.
Bring yoar shoe repair work to
fctearns' pod Have money
Wanted. Boy to atrip tobacco.—
Paul Krakowski.
For Bale. Three reeideoce loto.*
9tephen Olsbo.
I've tried tbem all.
many children
Schooi 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
oft leave a lock of yoni hair and
have a switch or pnffH made to inatcD,
oat oi real human hair. All grades
and prices.—Mifs L. B.Morse.
For Sale. I have two four room
houses for Bale at $800. One of these
hor.aeB baa two lots, 50*200 feet. I
have some other city property, im
proved nod unimproved, for sale, also
some cheap farm lands inj Grant
to come to
Corner Drug Store
A. lioW iillfc oi plulUl't- jiltji
rec3ived at A. T. Ireland's.
Remember the Catholic ladies' pro
gressive tea, Thursday, Sept. 16.
Lane's hair tonic, cures dandruff and
itching scalps.—Holliday & Porter.
Just received, the latest in neckwear
ana hair ornaments, at Mies BogenV
Go to Hundeiner nail Thursday ami
Saturday evenings and enjoy the bow
ery dance.
Lane's rat and ruach paste, guaran
teed to kill rats and mice.—Hollidav
& Porter.
Wanted. Man to travel in the in
terest of the Madison Marble Worlrs
C'laus fiexam.
Bowery dance ftl HandeaMf ball
Thursday and Saturday evening.
Everybody invited.
For Hale. Two residence and twn
vacant lots, known as the Frank Fint
zel property.—Jacob Bitran, aimiirn
David St&nnard who has ,ea a
guest at the home of his suiter, Mrs
Adrian Smitn, returned home to
O'Neill, Neb.
Mrs. Harry Curtis and children were
morning arrivals from Howard and a e
guests at the material home, Mr. rud
Mrs. A. G. Schmidt
Members of the Presbyterian Mis
sionary society who have not paid thtir
dues are requested to pay to Mrs Aogie
t. Williamson l»eforo Sept. IT), to meci
pledges. Bv order of the president
Drs. Gregg, the osteopathy physi
cians, have removed their offices from
HiHideuier block to rooms over B.
Fitzgerald's nmdware store where tbey
will be pleased to receive their pa
The city council in special session
last evening awarded the contract for
building foundation for the new engine
at the electric light plant to the Brook
ings Cement Co., at 4| cents per cubic
All members of Madison chapter.
O. E. S., are requested to meet at Ma
sonic Temple at 1:4~ p. m., tomorrow
for the purpose of attending the fun
eial of the late Mrs. Janes who was a
member of tbe local order.
The Comeover club was invited to
come over to Wentwoitn toJay and
spend the day. The following lad it-*
responded: Mrs. Wessel, Mrs. Rippe
Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Munaon, Mrs. Tor
bert, Mrs. fregton, Mia. Kiotzbach
Mrs. Bond of Went
worth la the
Lovers of high class amusement will
be afforded a rare treat in form of an
up-to-date Swedish comedy dr»
"tHck Srlckeoa" which drama mtikm
its aopeafcuice here on Friday Sept. 10.
Tu« pl?y in rep!e!e with-, witty Toes
pn I yio^s. p*2l abtmdaut wiLb Bide
sitoa'.ioas. The cast is cniu-
of '•ecoguizti performers, fully
i able o/ po'tiaying their r^wti
•iiKB. Tae vaodevil'e olio is of a
ii clean nature that is ao?e to
11 the hearty apprOf*! of all who
new it.
fos. Henk' n was an evening paisen
for HpHy county.
Hunters were getting ready today
the opening of tbe eeason torn or-
15. F. Warren of Albanv, Wis., w:is
i evening arrival and it* a guest at
-.it home of his son-in-law. F.
ith. This is Mr. Warren's twenty
irth consecutive annual visit to
1 tidigon.
Today's local grain market: Wheat,
wx 1, 92| No. 2. 90$ Teivet
iff, No. 1, 85 No. 2, 83 durum.
•. 1 78 No. 2, 73. Oats, 32. Corn,
Barley, 43 to 47. Flax, ft.27.
eliz, 90 cwt. Timothy, $'2.r0 cwt.
Chief of Police Haney of Huron who
ts shoi by a hobo in Huron Tuesday
?ht was still alive at 8 o'clock
is morning, according to repoit^ re
ived in this city, but his c.^se is
Ieless. It is also reported in this
•y that the man who committed the
line was captured at Carthage lost
A liFelv sbower of rain prevailed
this section between r» aDd ft o'clock
is mor.in'^ aud the cloads hung low
rmg the forenoon. In the afternoon
eun appeare.1 end temperature rose
75. Train men report no rain at
i-oora on the north, but farmers
the south report a regnliir deluge
n miles of the city. The storm
topped *rrm worn in different paits of
i 'ie coujjtv a id the streets have been
!jrouged with farmers and iacm hanJs
durug the day.
Snpt. Kelxogg hag received returns
oro Pierre, giving details of the re
•It. of the July examination of teach
is. Tw nty six papers were pres ^nted
om b'ke onon y, aud the following
ssed tbe examination successfully
irst g«*ade-Ja nes L. Brandon, Wui
Loesch. Second grade—Elizal etb
v\e o nt Northrop, Mrrgnret Dool
Ole.'a Ber^beim, Blodneui Price
lyra A. Harnuon, Mar^ C. Donahue
'ath Lafighlin, Len:t Heinh, Hilda
limison, Carrie Overskei. Third u raile
•Margery Hall, Anna N^lsou, Minnie
ioroe! Ten of the number writing
iled to pfis.
The propojitiou to remove the
•'iunty fair building? to site nearer
e business center of the city meets
•ith geaeral favor. Nothing, how
has ye„ b.^en done in the matter
it it i^ hoped to secure a site adja
nt to Athletic Park in south Egan
•enue. Such a change would elimi
ite the co3t of transportation for fair
itroas which is a considerable item
expense. It is estimated that tbe
:ange would require ai expenditure
at legist $1,500 if the present
rounds could tie sold for enough to
arc base the grounds desired. Lake
ojcnty is eatitled to a first-claes fair,
i ot it is up to the farmer* of the
junty to make it a success. The
usiness men of Madison have been
iberal with their work and money in
ue oast, but it ha- been thoroughly
(lemoustra'el that without generous
aru'er support a county fair cannot
Oacoma Leader: Last week we ne
glected to meat ion the return of Mr.
md Mrs. Alex MacKay from yioux
Falls, where they have been \isiting
iiuong old fi iends for a few days,
rney report a most delightful time
ivhile down there. Mr. MacKay is
one of tbe old pioneers of the north
west. years before the western part
Iowa and the southwestern part of
Minnesota had any settlement t- speak
of Mr. MacKay traveled over the coun
try with a team buying furs from
the trappers Aj the country began
to settle up he moved to Madison,
S^outh Dakota, anead of the settlers
and was engaged in tbe mercantile
business in that city for many years
aud finally located in Oacoma in 1^94.
Ho has seen Madison and Sioux Falls
grow from a few bouses to the fin
cities they are today and though be
is a man of past seventy-seven years
of age be is as spry and his mind is
as a man of sixty.
Whereas, a petition was presented
acd filed with the auditor of the city
of Madison, Lake county, South Dako
!ft. on tbe ^th day of September. A.D.,
l!H)9, asking the city council to vacate
the following described street in aaii
city, to wit:
The street between lot nine (9), in
tilock one (1), Town Proprietors first
addition to tbe city of Rladison, and
lot one (1), iu block two(2), said addi
tion, between Stella street and the
alley running east and west on tie
nc rth side of said 8treet«
It is ordered by tin) city council of
said city, that tbe 21st day of October,
A. D.. 1909, at the city hall, at eight
o'clock p. of said day, be set for
thu hearing of said petition, when any
person interested may appear and give
evidence and testimony relative to said
matter. -Wm. Hue,
Dated Sept (Ml, |0O9.
People past middle life usually have
some kidney or bladder disorder that
sa«« the vitality, which is naturally
lower in old age. Fcley's Kidrey Hem
tdy corrects uriDary troubles,stimulates
tbe kidnejs, and restores strength and
vigor. It ourcd uric aoid troubles l«y
stioiigH-euiiig the kidneys so ttiey will
Mtiain out tbe uric acid that aetties is
the muscles and joints causing rheum
atism.—J. H. Anderson
1 1L
Letter Addressed to the Members
by the Retiring Secretary
Henry Neill.
H.^ttrr Neill,retiring secretary of tfe
lowitiK is a synopsis:
In bidding the Commercial clab of
Madison goodbye aftei nearly four
years' service hs it* se retaiv, I wi«h to
eipress my appreciation of the univei
sal courtesy shown me at all times bv
tbe members aud ofticers of the club
It has been a pleasure to serve them,
and I shall long cherish their compat
ionship in pleasing memory.
The associations of the club rooits
have at all tiuws been conducted on a
high plane. Gentleuuinlv conduct, iii
uocent reciention for tbe business mail,
absolute prohibition of Hquor, gauj
blins or profsnity, have prevailed
throughout its entire history, and n.
choicer or cleaner place for compaii
ionship can be found in our city Tlie
strangers who have visited ourcln1
rooms, aggregating from six hundred
eight hundred a year, have gone aw»\
with a like pleasant experience, ar
wherevet heard from have been free in
tuoir expressions and admiration of tin
enterprise, thoughtfulnesH and hosp
tality of Madison s business men in
maintaining an organization and heat I
uuartera of this kind. It bus doi
much to give Madison credit awnv
from home.
Commercial club, who recenl
removed to Aberdeen, h«s address?*
letter to the club of which the
And now a word as to its busiresn
experience. The clab. but more fr
(juently its directors, have done or
tried to do many things which tl.
average citizen ban known or hear!
nothing about. Our very first effort
were directed to securing special train
service from th-* citv tj the chautau
qua which resulted in Bavinjr that in
stitution to Madison and afterwards ia
securing the spur into the ground*.
Again we labored for over a year .» se
cure Hn additional train service to the
oHt which was finally established
Tue club secured free postal delivery
for the city. It has conducted manv
successful farmers' institutes thus ce
inenting country and city. It has cor
responded with the national govern
meat and congressmen in regard to
preserving our lakes and stocking them
wirb fish. It has aided the normal
sc.io il in securing appropriations.
Without a Commercial club this ami
much more would not. have been done.
The Commercial club is both a busi
nrsa jmd a social organization. It
maintains a permanent headquarters,
itd club rooms This is necessary to
hold the organization together e»id t»e
ready for business at all times.
Mirny people misconstrue, I believe,
the purposes of the club. They have
in idea that the club should be at
work all the time getting some addi
tion or some acquisition to the city,
and putting up all the money to secure
it. If the club were rich and com
posed of men of leisure tbey might do
that. But the club is composed of tbe
average citizenship, of the more pio
gressive and public spirited portion.
Since its organization it has never yet
turned down any suggestion or propo^i
tion with merit iu it for the good of
the town, without giving it due consid
eration and if worthy of endorsement,
hss said so by appointing a committee
to Hssist in securing it. But right
here 1 want to disabuse the iainds of
many who think when tbe cln'o has
gone thus far that it should do all tbe
rest. That is, that it should do the
woik, pot up all tbe money, no inattei
how many thousands of dollars may be
necessary, aud bring the coveted prize
to the community. This is not the
purpose of any commercial club. Tbe
dub simply provides the machinery to
do that class of work. All citizeucs
should stand their share, individual
members of the club as well as
others. If the projects fails it is tbe
fault of the community and not of the
Tde only despondent note in this
address is a reference to the fact that
the business and professional men of
this city do not all assist in mHiutain
ing this commercial clnb and in help
ing to strengthen aud direct its euer
gies There are men who see the util
lty of it, and feel the ctedit it reflects
upon tbe city and are proud to have
their friends from abroad see and enjoy
its comfortable appointments, who do
not contribute one cent, to its encour
agement. And again there are wealthy
men in this citv who come here as poor
as church mice who have u.ade all
their wealth in this city, who do not
contribute a dollar to niHintain this
club whose sole purpose is to plan
and work for the npbuilding of this
city. Their natures have s mink into
a little narrow groove of soruidness
and self seeking and they would mucb
rather live on the rest of tbe world
than to help it along.
It is to these men that I would ap
peal to become more public spirited
and patriotic citizens, to take an in
terest in the welfare of the community
and of individuals about them, to do
something for posterity, other than
hoard up gain for their own at the ex
peuse of the community and give
nothing to the public in return. Tde
monument that is "more enduring tnan
brasfc "is the public good you nave done
—something which enshiines you in
tbe hearts of yoar fellow citizens.
—Henry Neill.
Mr. F. G. Frtt«, Oneonta, N. Y.,
writes: "My little gi»l was greatly ben
efitted by taking Foley's Orino Laxa
tive, and 1 hluk it is the ^eet remedy
for coostiprtiou and liver trouble."
Foley's Orino Laxative ia beat for women
and ohildren, as it ia mild, pleasant and
effective, and iB a splendid spring rnedi
as it cleanses the svstem and
JjU AjnriinaB
Mill 240 PHONES Store 445
Look at those outs. They ropre
resont the famous
Duckbak Waterproof Hunt*
ing Coat and Cap
After deciding to handle a line of
Hunting' Clothing wo consulted
several of the most prominent
shooters* of the vicinity who werf*
unnuimous in recommending
They Go Up Again.
Another Snap
50 Boxes of Calumet Laundry Soap at
$2.50 per Box of 100 Bars
H. J. U N O
ClhFU/AIl/C Concrete Foundations
Isnt the best duck day
Then wear a water
proof Coat and Cap to
keep dry and comty
*n your hunt
300 Boxes at $1 Per Box
To Start With
Get in You Orders Early Before
Located at the Croom McLean
Shop, Shoe the lame and the sound.
if SI?
Brookings Cement Co.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills

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