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A I S O N I A K O A TELEPHONE, NO. 269. FRIDAY. DEC. .1. 1909 THE CITY. Weather forecast. Snow tonight and possibly Satur day colder tonight. Train Schedule. Arrive— From the west, 94® ft. sn.: north, 9:30 a. m, east, 3:00 p.m.. south, 3:10 p. in. Depart—For the south, 9:40 a. m. east, 9:55 a. m. north, 8:20 p. m. west, 3 80 p. m. Night passenger-Arrive from the east, 12:05 a. depart for the east, 1.25 a. m. LOCAL NEWS The "live ones" eat at Jack's. Big social dance at Hnndemer hall Friday and Satiuday evenings. A new line of picture moulding just received at A. T. Ireland's. Von will always find sometning new and novel at Miss Bogen's fancy work depaitment. Christmas handkerchiefs—a dandy line—singly, or by thebox, at Morse's. For Rent. Five room honse,cistern, well and barn. Apply to Nick Eller at the livery barn. Foi Rent. Eight room house, good bain, two cisterns and city water. Phone 48.—Mrs. Gageo. Take a look at the Corner Drag store south window. All the latest popular copyrights for sale. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday are special sale days on trimmed hats at Morse's, this week. Free lessons in pierced brass and Btenciling at Miss Bogen's. Remember all electric light bills most be pa'd at the Lake County Bank on or before the 10th or a fine of $1 will apply.—Wm. Rae, City Au ditor. At Miss Bogen's you hat can get pretty for little money. Great redaction oa all hats at Mitt Bogen's. For Saturday, Dec. 4th SPECIAL DISCOUNT SALE On MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, including COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS also CLOCKS all descriptions. If interested call on J. CHRIS SCHUTZ, DRUGGIST COMPLETE OPTICAL ROOM JEWELER 1835- R. WALLACE Silverplate that Resists Wear Among women of taste 1835 R. Wallace Silver Plate has always received first preference. Its exquisite designs—its splendid workmanship—its "Sterling Sil ver" appearance—its "wear resisting" qualities—and that little added touch of the exclusive are the differ ences whioh distinguish it unmistakably from all other plated ware. The new Blossom Pattern—a full line is found at this store— is an entirely fresh idea, delicate in design, superb in execution, finished in French Gray with polished shield. It is the pattern of the year. An Unrestricted Guarantee That Protects You Absolutely WE GUARANTEE that 1835 R. WALLACE Silver Plate That Resists wear, will give absolute satisfaction and we agree to stand behind and replace every piece of goods bearing the 1835 R. Wallace trade mark that does not give satisfactory service in any house hold. We have the exclusive sale of these goods no other store in Madison can show them to you JONES DRUG CO., Phone 260 Corner Drug Store A brand u'\v line nt silk spun scarfs and mufflers at Moise's. Appropriate Christmas presents can be made in metalographv and stencil ing. (jo to Miss Bogen's to see the new work. Today's local grain market: Wheat, No. 1, 974 No. 2, 95i velvet chaff, No. 1, 93 No. 2, 91 durum. No. 1. 7i) No. 2, 72. Oats, 34. Ear corn, 42. Barley, 4(1 to 49. Flax, fl.64. 9peltz, 85 cwt. Timothy, $2.60 cwt. Special bargains can be secured through Rev Mitterling in Liester and other high grade makes of pianos be forn he leaves the city. Niue Lesters in Madison homes. The Lester is used in the leading musical colleges of the country. Wanted. Two girls at the Madison steam laundry. Great sale Saturday on stamped aprons and corset covers at Miss Bog en's. Hard coal heater for sale cheap, at Howe's candy kitchen. Highest market price paid for live poultry, Madison Produce Co oppo site mill. Smoker at the Commercial clao rooms tonight to which a general invi tation is extended. Howard Democrat: Fred Wagner, formerly of this city is now yardmas tei for the Milwaukee at Madison. The week of prayer which has been in progress at Grace Episcopal church will close with the service to be held this evening. There will tea service at the Dnited Lutheran church tliis evening at eight o'clock. Mr. A. Vadheitn, a lay preacher from Garretson.and Mr. Aaker of Colton will speak. Rev. R. M. Hardman of Grace Epis copal church was a morning passenger for Colton to conduct the funeral ser vices of the late James Butcher whose remains were taken from Madison to that place yesterday. The Sageng threshing machine of which cinch has been said in the news papers of late, passed through Madison this morning on the Bouth freignt train, enroute to Lake Preston wheie it will be exhibited in working con dition. The engine is attached 'direct to the separator and it is said the new machine will revolutionize the work of threshing. A large number of peo« pie viewed the machine as it stood oa 2. F. SEARS, OPTICIAN IN CHARGE a tlat c»r at the depot this morning. J. L. Haugen, formerly of this city, now of Dell Rapids, is field agent for the machine. The Little Homestead theater com pany payed to a good sized audience at the opera house last evening. The company is first-class, one of the best that has appeared in Madison this season. The play tells a story with a moral,is replete with patbos and force ful in its dramatic situations. The costumes were attractive aud the special scenery set off the play to good effect. k cold wave struck this locality last night, temperature dropping from 37 to '20 degrees which has prevailed throughout the day. A sliunt snow flurry prevailed during the night which partially whitened tin ground. The streets and roads which have bien filled with mud during the past sev eral days of scft weather were frozen over, but, not sufficiently hard to heai up a team, and travel is very difficult. Howard Democrat: Two yonng la dies who room at L. Roy Walker s ac cidentally dropned a lighted match oi the dresser among a lot of celluloid ar ticles Tuesday morning and a blaze in stantly started which but for the prompt assistance cf Mr. Walker, who is a member of Howard's crack fire cum pan v, would ha*e made quite n conflagration. As it was all tue arti cles on the dresser, the wall paper, curtains, etc.. were burned. yionx Falls Argus Leader: W. F. Bancroft of Watertown iiarne warden of the state of Seuth Dakota reached Sioux Falls on the South Dakota Cen tral this forenoon and will remain long enough to confer with State's Attorney Danforth of this conntv.as to the best way for rounding up Joe Kir by and compelling that gentleman recognize the constitutionality of th game laws of South Dakota, which hae been questioned by M». Kirby. in com munications to the newspapers. No Case on Record. There is no case on record of a cough or cold resulting in pneumonia or con sumption after Foiey's Honey and Tar has been taken, as it will stop your cough and break up your cold quickly, i Refuse any but the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar in a yellow Contains no opiates and is paokaie. safe Sold by alldruggiats. and sure OtWitc s Witch Hazel Salv* FMW- NUN, SCTML, BUM. ILLEGAL SELLING Of Liquor fine Carries Penalty and Imprison ment of Pierre, Dec. 2.-Attorney General lark baa tendered au opinion on the request of State's Attorney Anderson, i.f Day county, which, if sustained by tLe'court, will be a haid blow to ille -m i liquor sellers and other offenders mainst the law who are convicted of fT« nses wnii carry with them the e -tB of the case as well as a fine. In t!i it comity a conviction was secured iu icase of illegal liquor selling, and h• penalty was a fine of $.*0 and costs, the total amounting to ft'29.00. The in. stion raised in his query by State's Attorney Anderson is the power of the irt to include imprisonment for fail to pay costs an well as for failure pay be fine imposed. The attorney general in a lengthy opinion on the liect holds that the weight of aa rity on the question is that such nalty can lie imposed. He holds at imprisonment for costs would in way violate the bill of tignts in the te constitution, and that such action' nld be valid. GIRL TRAVELS FAR To Wed Sweetheart Who Was True— Wedding at Milbank Milbank, Dec.-I.—From Berlin, Ger many to Milbank, South Dakota is a pretty long distance, somewhere about :..(t00 miles tne way the crow flies, but it's not very far when two hearts happen to be traveling in the same direction. This was easily proven Wednesday evening, when Eric Zynda of this city and Miss Walley Benne tt itz of Berlin were united in marriage Iiy Kev. Kase. Mr. Zynda and Miss 15' nnewitz loved each othei in far away Germany. He came to America tn seek his fortune, she stayed in the Fatherland and waited. The Milbank creamery wanted a bright young man fur botterniaker, Zynda got the job and made good. The noise of the churn iiid not drive from nis thoughts the image of the little girl on the other side of the water, so when he was per manent,y settled he rented a honse iver the sreet from the creamery and wrote Miss Walley to come. She ar rived Tuesday evening safe and sound. Most girls would have hesitated be lore coming 5.000 miles to a strange land on a man's promise, bat not this one—so her faith was richly reward (1. Mr. Zynda had -every thing all ivady. the house was in order and the minister engaged. The wedding was a very happy affair and the young folks have settled down to enjoy the fruits their faitn in each otner and tht osperity of America. NEARDEATH In the Missouri River by Break ing Through the Ice Le Bean, Dec. 2.—Two ma, Louis Oversett and Ambrose Beneist, battled for several minutes in the icy waters of the Missouri river and it was only after the hardest kind of a fight that they finally succeeded in reaching the bank. At one time Oversett was in imminent dauger, but Beneist, at great risk to himself,grabbed him just as be was going down. The men were re turning from Le Beau with a heavy load of provisions purchased in this city. About half way across the river the ice suddenly gave way and the wagon, three horses and two men went into the water. Beneist jumped and got clear of the struggling horses, but Overset,t in some way became tangled up in the lines. The team was dragged down with the heavily leaded wagnu and the other animal, a saddle horse hitched to the wagon, shared the •anae fate. Oversett struggled franti cally to clear himself of the lines and had not Beneist, who is a powerful balftireed, grabbed him.be would have beeu carried away. The horses had no chance to save themselves and they weie dragged under the ice by tht heavy wagon and swift current and drowned. The loss is about #1,000. LOST IH CHICAGO South Dakota Girl Being Searched for by the Police Chicago, Dec. 2.—The entire polio force today joined in the hnnt for ar 18-year old girl whose disappearance is shrouded in mystery, but is sup posed to be in Chicago in religious work, Miss Helen Sheldon of Belle Fourclie, a. D.. wbo had $100 in hei pursa. She ha« not beeu heard from since Fiiday, when she disappeared from Hudson, Wis.,where sbe has been visiting a cousin. It is the belief oi relatives that the girl reached Cbicagi safely and was diverted by some mys teriens circumstances from reachin|. the Chicago Training School for Mis sions. 4299 Indiana avenue. Becanse of her religious tendencies, all ideas of elopement or that she dis appealed of her own volition are re Del led by relatives who appealed Captain Wood of the detective bureau On her way from her home to Chi cago, Miss Sheldon visited a cousin. Dr. William Baker, in Hudson. Sh departed from there Friday, with a purse, filled with bills. It was her intention, Dr. Baker told Captain Woo over the long distance telephone, come directly to Chicago. When eh did not arrive at the training school at the expected time, Miss Edith Acker mar, a frieiid who is studying the dec tists" trade, communicated with Di Baker, believing that Miss Sheldon might have been delayed oy an acc dent or sickness. The doctor imajedi ately sent back woid that she ha i gone to Chicago and the police 8 once began to hunt. It is generally the opinion of th gill's relatives and friends, and tbi fear is shared by the police, that sh was drugged and is being held prisonei or may have been slain by thags aftt her arrival in Chicago. CUSTOMS RECEIPTS LARGER One Result of Strict Application of the Law. New York, Dec. 3.—William Loe:! collector of the port of New York, believes he has convinced wealthy American travelers that the tariff law was passed to be obeyed by all classi alike and in proof of this he subini: ted some astonishing figures of ii creased customs "uoeipts since a stri( er application of the law began. Ft the month just ended there were twi as many declarations and a 125 cent incre- se in collections, as coi i pared with the corresponding mon last year, although fewer passenger entered. The total amount collected for t! month on baggage and personal fects was more than $17,000,000 ar for the fiscal year thus far the in creases over the preceding year i general customs receipts Is $19,891,6 for five months_ The best pill is DrWitt's Littln F,ari Risers the safe, easy, pleasant and sun little liver pills. DeWitt's Carboliz- 1 Witch Hazel Salve is the original. Good for cuts, burns or bruises, and especial!) for piles. Sold by all Druggists. v r!"f Sam Spedden, with "DU BARRY" at the Qf j»* House, Thursday, December 9th i !*v. lii-.o ».!••* JM v Commencing Continuing to -PRESENT The "So E-Z" Dust Pan Long handle saves many a backache from getting down on "all fours" to pick up a little dust. We will positively give away one of these 50c dust pans with each order of ONE TON of SUNNY SIDE COAL or Ten Sacks of LITTLE HATCHET FLOUR. LARKIN & METCALF 240 PHONES 445 CHRISTMAS TALK Hie Gift Prscticsl Men appreciate most and long est the gifts of a practical cost and cling to them indefinitely if selected with a care for their taste. This store offers better choice in all its new and tasteful stocks than you'll usually find. No chance to pick a back number. HACKETT & SUTTON You can Extract More Heat from our superior coal than from any of the ordinary kinds, because ours has the greatest heating properties and burns the longest. Moreover it is all under cover, aud kept dry and clean, contains no dirt nor rubbish, and has been well screened. All sizes for stovs, range and furnace. Our stock is now complete. Prompt de livery IW. Ketcham READE & PAULSON PRACTICAL SHOEING Located at the Croom McLean Shop, Shoe the lame and the sound. SHOE THEM ALL. PRE-HOL1DAY CLOTHING SALE SATURDAY, NOV. 27 SATURDAY, DEC. 18 Special Prices on all SUITS OVERCOATS CRAVENETTES and BOYS CLOTHING GR1NAGER BRoS.