I"\ID you ever stop to think
how many pencils your
will use ill a years'
The better pencil you buy the
longer it will last. A penny
pencil is a poor investment
because the lead is poor.
We struck a pencil bargain
lately and bought 25 gross of
DIXON CABINET PENCILS
which we can sell for 25c per
dozen whil they last. This
pencil has always sold, and
sells today everywhere for 5c
each, except by us.
H. J. MUNRO,
The Old Reliable Druggist and Jeweler
Complete Optical Room, A. F. Laity in Charge
From New York
We will have our first car in
about two weeks. Don't load
on the cheaper
wait and get the best.
Come to Our
1 and 2
We will have a good assort
ment of the best varieties and
they will look
CHEAP TO YOU
We now have some fine stock
for the early winter and can
supply you with anything
want. COME IN.
413 Egan Ave. Madison, S. Dakota
For Hale. Five room bonse. barn,
good water. small orchard. 10 acres
of land, adjoining 'nortb"citv"limita.—
Ms. May Welch, JJJ
For Sale. The P. Tierney property,
house and three lots. Call on £. Hheri
dan or address Winfred State bank.
Pair tonight and probably Tuesday
Arrive—From thy west, U 20 a. m.
north, 9:30 a. ai. east, 8:80 p. in.
south, 3:40 p. in.
Depart—For the sonth, 9:40 a.m.
east. 9:55 a. m. north, S :55 p.m.:west,
4 p. m.
Night passenger—Arrive from the
east, 12:05 a. in. depart for the east,
1 :25 a. m.
Found. Uold rimmed spectacles.
Cnris Schntz made the round trip to
Sioux Falls and return today.
Lost. Wednesday night, merchaam
pipe. Finder leave at this office.
Take your photographs and pictures
to Ireland for framing.
Phone Simpson for bank mud or
H. H. Holdridge was an evening
passenger for Howard to attend circuit
court this week.
For Sale. Houae, Mm and two lots.
-E. N. Collins.
Wanted. Laundry woman at Jack's
Wanted. Girl for general he use
work. Apply to Mrs. Henry Uande
Jack Crauey wlu has beeu visiting
relatives in the city returned houie to
The W. C. T. U. of Sioux Falls has
commenced a crusade against slot ma
chines in that city.
Local grain market: Wheat. Nn. lt
91 No. 2, 89 No. 3, 88 durum, 74
to 76 flax, #1.08 oats. 41 corn, (i7,
barley. 46 to 47.
Local egg market,cash: Fresh eggs,
No. 1,16 seconds. 14.
Mrs. C. F. Betts and son, Jessie, de
parted yesterday morning for Klrks
We receive new goods twice a wetk
so on can be assured to get the latest
it vie as to your fall hat. Give us a
call.—Miss M. Bogen
If your are going to baild a house or
barn, buy your lumber of us and get
plans and specifications free. Come
and get our plan book.—Hayes Lucas
J. L. Jones, F. F. Brinker, L. C.
Kellogg and I. A. Baldwin comprised
an automobile party departing for Dal
The Sioux Falls high school football
team is scheduled for a game with the
Madison high school team in this city,
Saturday, Oct. 17.
Mrs. Hatdrnan accompanied Dr.
Hardman to Howard by this evening's
train and will remain a week.
Mrs. F. M. Qalstead and Mies Sadie
Shepard came down from Watertown
by automobile yesterday to call on
Mrs. Tbos. McGee and little daugh
ter and son, Eleanor and Frank, de
parted this morning for Milwaukee on
a three weeks' visit.
Mrs. Alice Craney has resigned the
position of matron of the state peniten
tiary at Sioux Falls and will remain
in Madison for the present.
Harry Klassv arid Winnie Howland,
botn of this city, were united in rnar
riage at the Baptist parsonage this
morning by Rev. Fred Stockton.
Thos. Fox and wife of Doon, Iowa,
who have been guests in the family of
Henry Hundemer, departed by the
south train on their return home.
Mgr. Flynn departed this morning
for Milwaukee in response to a tele
gram announcing the death of Father
Kinsella, a distant relative.
A. W. McCready who has been in
the city the past two or three weeks
looking after his property interests,
departed this morning on his return
home to Los Angeles, Cal.
2 Jacob Linzmeier and family depart
ed this evening for Alberta wtiere they
will visit a son and a daughter and
then proceed to Tulaire county, Cal
where they expect to reside. Mr.
Linzmeier recently sold his half sec
tion farm in Franklin township for
H. M. Penn returned last evening
from Chamberlain, having taken Misses
Jackley, Shearer. Noble and Lewis,
teacbeis in the high scnool, by auto
mobile, for registerng for Tripp county
lands. The trip of 225 miles was made
in short time, the party leaving Mad
ison at 5 o'clock Saturday evening and
reaching home at 4 o'clock last even
Senator Gamble has appointed Julius
R. Doerine. o Tripp, as principal to
take entrance examination to West
Point as cadet and Albert J. Harno of
Highmore was appointed alternate.
The examination will be held at Fort
Logan, Col., on the second Tuesday in
January. The appointment of the sec
ond alternate has not yet been an
nounced, but will be given oat later.
Mr. Charles Glen Thomas and Miss
Manza Stegner were manied at the
lesidenceof J. W. Davison yesterday
morning, Rev. D. J. Mitterling of the
Presbyterian church officiating. The
young couple are connected with the
Berlin moving picture theatre and have
been residents of Madison only a few
weeks, coming to this city from Mason
City, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
went to Sioux Falls by the early train
Senator Borah ot Idaho is billed for
four speeches in Sonth Dakota this
week. He will appear at Parker in
the afternoon of October 14, at Huron
tne evening of the same day, at How
ard the afternoon of the 15
th and at
Madison in the evening of that day.
Senator Borah is recogni/.ed as an oia
•or of note throughout the country. He
In a staunch friend of President Roose
volt and his policies and being thor
oughly conversant with national affairs
his audiences will receive a fund of
valuable information. As a matter of
local information, flans Urdahl of this
city, during his residence in Boise.
Idaho, became slightly acquainted with
Senator Borah. He speaks of him as
one of the most popular men in that
state, and a lawvr of unusual ability.
The citizens of Madison and Lake
county fhould not fail to bear his ad
dress at the opera boase Thursday eve
uing of this week.
Conference of Episcopal Church
at Howard To-Morrow
The Rev. R. M. Hardiuan, Ph. B.,.
was an evening passenger for Howard
and tomorrow and Wednesday will en
tertain the Eastern Deanery of the
missionary district of South Dakota at
Trinity church in Howard. The Rev.
Mr. Hardman is rector of both (Jrace
church in this city and Trinitv cnurch
in Howard. Bish Hare will preside
Kev. K. M. Hardman, Ph. B.
at the conference and the proceedings
will consist of the following program
7:30 p. m., evening prayer and ser
mon, Rev. Robt. Doherty of Yankton.
7:iJ0 a. in., Holy Communion.
10 a. m.. quiet hoar, conducted by
2:80 p. m., The Sunday school, ad
dresses by Rev. J. B. Van Fleet of
Watertown and Rev. Geo. Biller of
7.30 p. m., misalonay meeting: dio
cesan missions, Rev. L. K. Smith of
Huron domestic missions, Rev. H. N,
Tragitt of Milbank, foreign missions,
Rev. J. W. Hyslop of Aberdeen bene
diction by the bishop.
Supreme Court Decision—Egan
Still Eligible for State's
The decision of the supreme court in
the proceedings to disbar Geo. W. Egan
of Sioux Falls, recites the methods of
Egan in securing the transfer to him
self of property to the value of |10,000
from Mrs. O'Grady, alleged insane,
Mrs. O'Giady was charged with tht
murder of her husband, and Egan as
her attorney, it is alleged, used unpro
fessional methods in obtaining the
transfer of her property to himself.
The supreme court in its ruling says it
is found "that theie are no extenuating
ciicumstances attending the transac
tion and conclude by ordering the
name of George W. Egnn stricken from
the roll of the court, the license here
tofore issued him canceled and that the
accusers recover judgment against him
for tueir disbursements in the proceed
ings, to be taxed by the clerk of the
Egau is the republican nominee for
states attorney in Minnehaha county,
but the decision of the supreme court
does not prevent Mr. Egan's name from
appearnig on the ticket as a candidate
for states attorney, nor prevent him
from holding the office. The supreme
court of this state in the case of How
ard vs Burns has decided that to nold
the office of states attorney a person is
not required to be admitted to tbe bar
in this state.
"The legislature shall have power to
urovide fur states attorneys and to pre
scribe their duties and fix their com
pensation. but no person shall be eligi
ble to the office of attorney general or
states attorney who shall not at the
time of his election lie at least 25 years
of age and possessed of the other quali
fications for judges of circuit courts as
prescribed iu this article.'
"This practically leaves the only
question to be determined as to whether
Mr. Eg.'.n is learned in the law. The
supreme court composed of the same
judges who now find against him, de
de thut Mr. Egan is 'learned in the
law' by admitting him to piactice. The
supreme court of Iowa has also held
that he is 'learned in the law' and
according to the decision of Howard
vs Burns it would not have been
necessary even for the courts of this
state to find him 'learned in the law'
if he had been found so by the su
preme court of any other state."
Mr. Egan has announced a speech a
the New Theatre in Sioux Falls Thars
dayevening, "My tight for Liberty,"
or "The Kaufman Case and What lt
Did for Me,'' when he will give his
story of the whole affair.
Remember all electric lignt bills
must be paid at the Lake County Bank
on or before tbe 10th Ot a fine of $1.00
CHICAGO WINS FIRST
A. W. SPONHOLZ,
ELECTRIC LIGHT WIRING
According to Underwriters* Rules
Done on Short Notice
Defeats Detroit by Scare «f Ten ti
Detroit, Oct. 12.—The first game be
twien the pennant winners of the Na
tlonal and American leagues was woi
by the Chicago National league tean
by a score of 10 to 6. An unpreoe
dented crowd daw the contest.
^Attorney at Law^
Room 5, Garner Block
My New Fall Stock
has arrived and is
ready for inspection
by the ladies of this
community. You (are
cordially invited to
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FREE OF CHARGE.
Also a Complete Line of Fixtures
of AH Kinds, consisting of Chande
liers, Bracket Lamps and Lamps of
jpIVE US A TRIAL.
Phone 402. 610 EGAN AVE.
who do not care for ready-to-put-on garments of
the old school are delighted with the charming cre
ations of the
WORKSHOP Of WORTH
Right as can be in every particular. Graceful
shape, Superior tailoring, and classy style are the
qualities that distinguish them. Sold exclusively by
W S U A Y
Will Look Better, Wear
if They're Bought at
UHIV? Because we carry the
Tv 111 Best Makes, all guar
anteed by tbe manufacturers
and by us.
Any man who wants Good
Clothes—and you all do—will find
them at our store.
See the New Overcoats
Burnett & Sutton
Hats of Quality..
If your new Fall Hat
is not already pur
chased, don't fail to
pay our store a visit
if you are desirous
of only the bast
Materials and Shapes
Prices quoted are
extremely, low con
sidering quality. A
MISS M. BOGEN
Why not be loyal to
your home mill and use
There is none better.
It's a good honest Flour
Every sack guaranteed
I also handle th#
best grades of~~
HARD AND SOFT C0AI
Wood and Salt
Larldn & Metcalf
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