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thyi^ffpWjind A. I ,'iohVr. nrWved'in Mit JUrnr for a short visit. 'ihc most arlistlo TlhriBt ^.xi's and tlio llnest choc-, ti,.,,_i„t „i,r-iiin. son of A. P. An lownshlp hns join- ','J| itps navy and is now-: ,n'ip Decatur, Grfeat LsltcF1 Christmas cigars and, Cl,.s at Bobb's and.got qual owWt prices. ihamJlpr will, leave for weeks vacation. Sho is: ii,\mlerson school. Disr I ninl Island,! Mlnn.^Satur-:: ?„vc money on jewelry: by lOllll'S. mm nno of the propt»flj W.irdrobe clothes cleanlngi ni will leave'iSatiirday.'for,M rl,' where lie will visit, fopi ii the borne of "friends1 ,lf.r8 special... bargains junery, perfum.efS.-- Viqne|T:| iliii is program ,for tlieSun r,t\ llirt Congregational 1 |io plve.n at the church: •veninjr of this week. ..'It rt'hilc flirt Christmas," and liriiernm has been,arranged' mil Ion in charge. .The Vifie-: I lif in white, flridiithe ffffls iruimht should be'.wrappefl Ml Ihe gifts will be sent to li's Home at Sioux Falls.and ailemy. (•roceri^s^lioujie s. ami gifts of money will jiv the (llfferent claRses and t* who desire .t6.atas'6mer. ents and friends of :tlie "cliil tspecially invited, and the •drome. The 'program1 \vjll: vi'ii thirty." can get. a valuable book ib's drug store by atkihg for much useful and Handy M.try's guild will iiVilcl'" Jiii'ss meeting Thursday, af 3 i.'olock in t!'le:gj|ld I'rlfmis nffirors Mid reportsvtfrp to up. All riTrriYi''."5^arti:iifs3 l'f^ent. ur Christmas flowers from greenhouse, phone'£220 or i'S drug store. Phbne 2133. pnnmly, manager of .liifj tip nf the lialioi.i Central ii'lc puny. left this .'ifternoor P* where he svi'l .itl.-jn'ljCiriiiH managers of the sysi qhr'i'!!' ot.-. iiohh's is offering In sit v.uii-h ivory :Bobb's' for cants. ney greenhouse down,(own. now handled by F. W. ig store and orders for ly be left there." Ui'ams lefl today for SMc'.it h»- attended lo legal mat- phonographs are '/modern late improvement on talk ies were originated- by the Impany. Gardner & Hohl- porrdf l?i'iilge.water, arrived l(r fur a short yisit here.,/ lor finest chocolates and |dy boxes. in Burr departed this Yankton enrouie to her •iMi/omy, where she- will •huliilays. Shi- is si senior'at ppshiyan. just received a large num- IiirningstoreGardnerHear rograph records. the lora play. A Hohi- drug for perfumery Met water. ioesier of Beresfordi, arriv for a short business |t Bobb's is offering, in., per mit's. Harry Evers of Puk- 3ind ye.il this morning for a, short 'Mitchell friends, Columbia phonographs mbia records. Gardner ^obs Co. stock of Holiday novelties now on sale In [building. C. W. Hoon. RinifrecJ. iroulton, and .. Mrs. If Wcssington Springs, arriv fcy for, .a short visit .with Topie of Mitchell and vicinity away to new-homes should «r the Daily Republican sent it a special-mail rate,.or Hodges, of .Mason, City, nas [In headquarters after attend ptilwaukee,,railroad business •'•Mmrttimb j's who call:,4t _Bobb's drug II receive a' valuable book free. llliTiermott,- of -Doland. was 1'iisiness visitor today. .. J'has been received here lliat pnni. who, was severely injur Flime agoi-wiicn lie. fell• from l""n iiridge at CiTamlierlain, is |ii n) en' rocoverjr-and is expeet al work,again for the rail short. tlmO. Wiring to thedis |s ortiee.h'ere. he said that'be ffvilk to "Mitchell Christmas Phonographs play a half ho"r finding. Gardner A Hohlfeldt* [l.iliian MftGartiiV arrived this 'rum. .St. Paul, Minn., to spend ll'os at the liome of tier f. ana ilrs. E. McCarthy. Jllss A stupendous Scenic The Last Word In Startling Production .Electrical i.'ir. Effects :the »|Htnl Ailed full of a wee!:'s at Si.00 per year. Either 1 be forwarded,to.any-address eeks or. more Which is appre those going iway on visits ins. laOtiire of Chamberlain, ar morning: for siiort-. business itrhell. oyland,—Broadbents'- Bargain or phonojrppha on e«sy. pay'^ Icrdner A fioKKeldt. !'?y CarlovV" #f AVriiour,' Is villi Mi.t^be i: JEKtends. JJojf fn reminder,?', |"ien an^, •Vothr^. leather- cover" and renriov.-' with each siieet perforat 'elions tho-Roblnson nemind luest memoranijum book vei' fur either "the 'business jiian, Icholiler, or the housewife. 1,00 apd 91,25. The Mil plishing Company. fcnlon of White Lake.. arrived 111 this morning to attend to I affairs here for a few hours. Itiat Bobb ls*offer.ing In silver T'h Ivorv. Jfiis fit Bonesteel. was a Mit fmess visitor today.^. Vbbs Co. stock pf'.Holiday pd novelties now on^eaie in building C: W. Hoon. "Met" Wednesday Gale Wednesday DEC. 19 Another Qoldwyn Produ«liPr "NEARLY MARRIED" ,,. wlth MADOE KENNEDY lauKhsVmiy".U?'Pln I llnish. wllh lols of 1,'°"1 stm'1 io Schedule of .3hows: 2:30*3:4B. '/•it *i k.q•on p,i®?8 1? 'nd ao cintj AVAr TTax included. FRIDAY VIVIAN ilABTIN In "THE TROUBLE BUSTER" ..j, .' DEC. 19 ^V!S^%dil's'irl',abli! in slang. "TI1E i-'AlS.LIi OK TIIE TOIL SOXiEL'VSGBNT AND -i'llti BlluN l'ii TABLE LAMV" In two reels, "TOO MUCH: ALIKE" I Pokes and .labbs Comedy and a two,, part Yeystone. "HULA HULA LAND" |5 .. A comedy. Scream, Prices and 16 Cents '•is'A. War Taxr Included TOMORROW AI\V -MUiBS. MINTER in "CHARITY 3ASTLE" Matinee and Night,Sat., Dec. 22 "W T»c handsomest Chorus Moleds in the World. IT.V" IR--: ^CR^YV^ICELLYOFFERS A Musical Comedy on New and briginal Lines ly-ivit-vk: WITH -KNOX.-WIUON WYOPK prices -.yr Matinee 25-50-7S-$1.00. Evening 50-75-$l .00-$1.50 1 No Higher Curtain: Night Perfprmance 8:00 Sharp Note—Tills Show is Under the [Same .'Management as ''His Bridal Night." Nuff Sed. THE ONE BIG MONSTER MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON, A GUARAN TEED ATTRACTION Ooldwyh pictures present' MADGE KENNEDY —and her eyes —arid MiNftnUe in Edqar Seb^roTs fomoiif. Staqe Success NearlF Married THE STORY OF AN ALMOST BRIDE AND A WOT-QUITE BRIPECRQQM. ,• THEY SERVE NOTHING 'BuT'CHTCKEN !^TOPPOI|rAN ednesday and Thursday, December .19-20 10 and 20 Cents McC#rtliy lins i'o'pni atlenflins SI. Calii-. erine's eollegc at St. laul. cnnora Dhonooraphs, are the hlflhest class talking machines In the world_Uut iill rat ordinary prices. Gardner Hohlfeldt. Toe Hotli of Pai'kston,.-armed II „10?Din ?tor a ,l..rt visit in Mi Biiv a Dotted plant for a Christmas difFand be sure it comes from Gur oreenhouse. Leave your order at Bobb'69 or phoae 2133. or 2220. Dr W. A. Delancy loft Uys murninb fni- Pai'kston. wln.'i'C Iha attended business iilatlc*8' f«' fcw "om s' v?'iien vou buy Xinas candies.al 3alio/l Bros, you are buying candy that Is' riure and home made. Miss Adell Chase of Alexandria, was visiting friends and siiui.pmu Mil he a ¥,• ,,ur montli^y meeting of Hie ^'^..."""lety ot the Melhodi-t mMei ... .isL S3S Ufa i:$W??l SO People Augmented Orchestra Filled With Sweet Irving Berlin Hlusic noon jat 3 o.'clpclc. Mrs. Winnie Huss will liave charge of devotions, "(iiu Soldiers! Christmas" by Mrs. AVm. IJurkce and'"Kids Eliquette" by Mrs. ,1. C. Wood will be a pari of tlio pro gram. Hostess, Mrs. Allison's circle. See our'lmmqnso line of fancy Xirias boxes .of candy-Sakcll Bros. Miss Aiiie Kennedy and Miss An nie Kennedy of Alexandria have been visiting friends in Mitchell for the past few" days. Miss Hose Konz lias returned to Mitchell-after n, .'short stay with her pai'ents'ih ML -Vernon. All kinds of Xmas candy al 25c per lb at Sakeil Bros, Dakota Wesieyan closed its doors today for the Christmas holiday re cess. Tlio basket h,all team of tlio Tri-Mu Sunday .school jelass of the Melhodist Eiiisoopal eliurch defealed the l,«tc.li oi'! high school team Tuesday cvt'ning witii a score of 30 to 22. The Mit chell -team .was., made up of ...Carlson,, center, Whcalley, right guard, Mur ray,, left guard, Wadswor.tii, right for iward,? Tiploii, left 'forward, .Hughes,, right guard. Dance at Loomis Dec. 25. Henegars harp orchestra. Leiand Vermilyea, formerly of Mit chell and now of Faulkton, is in Mit chell visiting with friends and rela tives during the holidays. Ready, ,tp maii Soidier Boy Pack ages. FoVyler Drug Co, Bobb's drug store seifs Gurney's flowers. E P. Lane, of the Lane Motor Truck company of Kalamazoo, Mich., is iii MitolVeil today in the interests of his firm. On his trip west lie organized a disiributing' house &t Sioux lfalls and Is arranging for an agency here. S6e our, line of new Xirias candies. Fowler Drug Co. Charles \V. Harris, charged with ob taining' rttoney ,under falsep retenses, was. held riot guilty by the IDavison county court Tuesday night. Mr. Har ris was alleged to have cashed a check at a local hank to the,amount of $105 Evidcnce agaihst' him' was'hot incrim inating, according to: 4he decision of the jury. ". Vou can: send a box of .beautiful as sorted, flowers .any place in Mitchell for one dollar. Delivery tree. Order from Bobb's or phbne/.Gurney green house, 2220. Send her ,Gurney's flowers for. Christmas. Order from Bobb's. or phbne 2220. »..., SECRETARY '.SAYS NATION IS. lUILD Washington,' I C. Dec: 10.—Secret tarv Baiiiels -'aiid- Payi'iiafiter" GeneKil Mi-r.owan ofniiCfravy Ave're tTie'llrst. wittiesscs'suiii'mnneil'tVi' appear before the house navar suli-conimilteo dele gated to begin an Investigation into:the navy's war activijiies. /Secretary nhniels:gave' a general- re view of what the navy has been doing, avoiding, as' lie' explained, disclosing any facts that would be of value io 'the enemy. He told how the navy is now building capital and other-im portant ships.' "We are rather proud"-the secre tary Said'"of. the-way the navy has me.t the actual test of war." A- -HIT between Secretary Daniels and Representative" Britten enlivened the ss'sion. Britten asked what complarivs had-been made to the navy department by Vice Admiral Sims. "I'think Ih-at rt-is not a proper ques tion': lo ask" said Secretary' Daniels. "I will- say, though',' 'inasmuch, -as the question has been asked in'.open ses sion, that Admiral Sims has^becn giVeji every thing- that the navyMifts thai it could give." J\- —o^~—^—' Meaning of Word "Hoheni6llern.B The word "Hohenzollem" lius no dis tinctive meaning in itself, except as circumstances by cominon consent have invested it with such meaning. Origi nally it was the name of (t German princely family of the middle uges, which for a -long time furnished the kings of Prussia who, whentU,ie eitipu'e was^formed, becAine empero^.pf ,tjer muny. The rulers of tills line have been so autocratic and Imperialistic as to maice the word "llohenzollern nonymous with extreme autocracy and imperialism. Stop thai Coli sign of a' Snifm ml* a ®i«coverY for Coughs Colds '7 does it. Also scatter9. the con gestion and clears up the head. Breaks, the-fever and makes for ease :i::and restful sleep. Your druggist's father sold Dr. King's New Discovery 50 years ago and for a half century it has been the otandard cough and cold :remcdy. mUlicQS.bad not u*ed it to .-their advantage It would not to-day enjoy its national popularity. Keep :itr constantly on hand. .. ,.-: ''Your druggist sells It. The Eril» of Constipation tcaving waste material in the body, poisons the system and blood and makes you liable to sick headaches, bilfousness, nervousness* "and miiddy skin. Try Dr. King's New Life Pills. Prompt relief. 25c. At all druggists. NOTICE TO FARMERS Brookings tells you MITCHELL HEARS O. M. THOMASON, ONE OF ORIGINAL ORGANIZERS, :8PEAKS BEFORE DAVISON NON-PARTISAN LEAGUE BOOSTERS 'An enthusiastic crowd, made, lip of farmers of Davison county and busi ness men of Mitchell and surrounds ihg towns, gathered at :thc city hall this afternoon to hear the address giv en by 0. M. Thomason, national or ganizer of the Farmer's Non-partisan Loiigue. W. R. Ronald, odtior of-Tlio Mitchell Republican, presided. Mr. Thomason spoke of the plans and organization of the league, emf bracing the work that has already been accomplished in many states and also'the future- prospects of the League. He is now making a lour nf the state after speaking at different cities -of fKansas. Nebraska and Minne sota. 'Tlit! mcelinirs of the league will be'hiontiniied until the spring primar ele'ei'inn.' Organize Whole State 'A full force of speakers will .lie put the platforms of the stale dur ing the.-winter air. Thomason said In day before the meeting at -the hall '.'Every effort will be made to reach every' locality in South Dakota. The same is being done as far as possible in .other states. The work of -'the league -is progressing satisfactorily with the daily addition of many new members.".' Mr. Thomason said that the meet ing held ,Tuesday at Wcssington Springs was attended by more than 300 farmers: and business men and that 'tiiiihy new members, bad been signed with the league. On the previous dayi the meetdng at Artesian was at tended by 250 men. -More Meetings Here -,Mr. Thomason said that -there would probably be at least a half dozrtn meetings here, addressed by organi zers, before-the spring primary. ••The campaign of the. league will beciime more extensive the first of the coming year, Mr. Thomason said. He will speak at Itedlleld 'Thursday and wilt later complete ills trip over the state. Everywhere he is .surrounded by Interested '.farmers who desire arid respect his opinion' ort what, is rapid-' iv becoming a nation-wide organiza tion. •Starting at Sisseton, January 7. a. 30 !day intensive campaign will begin to cover -the state. to use eight quarts of salt to a wagon of corn. We have thp salt—two dollars per barrel. v|We also want your hoTae hides for robe and coat pur poses. Bring us your hides, pelts and furs. MITCHELL HIDE CO. r- v- Dealer in Hides, Wool, Pelts, Furs and junk DRUGS AND mm* SALVATION ARMY AIDS TAKE CONTRI CHELL POOR FIT KETTl 1UTION FOR MIT lYPLACINQSEfUE- .ESONSTREET Appealing to Iho oily .of Mitchell fot» charity lo the^oetly-fftiniWl^ \vho:Hvc hore, the Snlvalion has once more set-up its Christmas itpot toiler" as a receiver bf niclUefj^dimcs quar ters, half-dollars,* or more, that shop pers and others wish to contribute for. this practical form of imine. mission ary work. Captain Knapp snirl this morning. uAs usual there are a number of calls for help from worthy poor. Calls for help that cost us time.and money. ahd in order to relieve' the suffering* %ve must appeal to Mitchell peopiti who arc able to give. "Since September'd we have (!•«. tributed necessities to the poor to the' amount of $2 0. The army can he safely intrusted lo look after-the con Does This Appeal to You We Darn SockB and-Stockings (When not too badly worn or torn) CAN YOU APPRECIATE THI8? We Sew on Buttons We Mend Shirts Send' Us .Your Laundry MITCHELL STEAM J^NQM LOANS May Be. Reptld ln Equal Monthly Installments. For Particulars Apply To UNION SAVINGS ASSOttMl" 8I0UX Falls, 8. D. -4 A fitting Christmas Gift, a lifelong companion, that's what a good reliable watch means. Our large stock of high grade Howard and Hamilton Watches is now complete and the best and most up to date timepiece represented. We are also showing the new South Bend, Elgin and Waltham Thin Model Watches in gold filled cases. Prices From $ 11.50 Up LADIES BRACELET WATCHES AND MILITARY WRIST WATCHES Are much in demand and make very fine Christmas gifts. We adviseearly selection. Exclusive Jewelry Store The largest and finest line of Jewelry and diamonds in South Dakota TO FARMERS WHO CALL AT MY STORE I will give absolutely free to farmers, who call at my store before Christmas, a handsomely bound copy of '. THE FARMERS RECORD AND ACCOUNT BOOK »?,!« A handy compendium, record and business sys tem every farmer should have. This is it Christmas present and absolutely free to farmers. Come early. The number is limited. TOILET GOODS ditions among the poor, but .it is .im possible for us to do all I hat is need ed, unless money comes in for the purpose. ''"••'We have been compelled to put ourselves in debt, for others. This •should not be necessary. Our kettles on the street r.orners are to he used again this vnar." Christmas I Jewelry at Diehl's and save mon ey. You will find courte sy and attention here and guaranteed goods. —Buy Silver at-Diehl's Trolly Safety Razors at Iheiil's —ftuy Books at Diehl's '—Buy Cameras at Diehl's —Buy Perfumery at Diehl's —Buy Candy at DiehTs —Buy Smoker's supplies at Diehl's —Buy Christmas Cards at incurs —Buy Children's Books at Diehl —Buv Quaclvy-Doodles at. Diehls iPGTOlilpY Quality Service Truth READ REPUBUCAN WANTS r* valuable W RORR I .S- THIS BOOK—FREE TO FARMERS—CONTAINS Auto Record Bank-Accounts Breeding Record 1 Cost Account Calendar "1 Cash Received Cash Paid Out ', Cattle Accounts Concrete Proportions Household Record And 48-p^ges of other valuable information. JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE it JU Hi 12,