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....NEW SUPPLY OF....
UP-TO-DATE
JEWELRY
When you want to see a real Up-to
Date display of all the latest novelties,
we would like to have the opportunity
to show it to you.
J.
Chris Schutz
DRUGGIST SWEER
Complete Optical Rmb, I. F. SEARS, Optician
®ljc jyaiui
We are now settled in our NEW QUARTERS
and ready to greet you for the
SPRING TRADE
We have always tried to give yW
our very best attention, but now
are better prepared than ever to
supply your needs.
Miss Ruth Lambert has charge of
the Trimming Department this
season and comes highly recom
mended. .*
Complete Stock
everyone should be able to make
a selection. Let us do your work.
A BEAUTIFUL
SILVERPLATED TEASPOON
Givei^wa^witj^^l5^purcha«j
Just buy a package of our
SILVER FARINA
and you get one. Order
today, you will want more
H. J. MUNRO, The Grocer
K1DIIOI, aoofl DA*OVA.
TELEPHONE, NO. 269.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. 1909
THE CITY.
u a o e a s
Probably threatening and colder
night Thursday fair and colder.
to-
I LOCAL NEWS.
-Jktfcrm clocks 75 cents at Geo. Cook's.
Bobbie Newcotnb baa the Big Head.
Big sale ou wall paper all tola week.
—Holliday & Porter.
Bank sand or gravel delivered to any
part of the city.—J. S. Thompson,
Phone 450, red.
Phone Simpson (or bank eand,gravel
or barrel aalt.
I've tried then
all, "Jack's
for
Furniture for Hale. Inquire of Miss
Piobaflco, 910, Twelfth street.
17 jeweled Hampden 20-year filled
cmse, $9 at Geo. Uook's
We will have an extra stock of cat
flowers for next Saaday, Mother's day.
—Jones Drug (Jo.
Remember all electric light bills
mast be paid at the Lake Count?
bank on or before the 10th or a fine of
$1 will apply.—Ww. Rae, City Audi
tor.
Try the Big Head.—Bobbie New
comb.
Henry Spawn departed this morning
for Pomeroy, Iowa, to attend the fan
eral of a brother, Frank Spawn.
Mrs. N. Tattle, Mrs. Win. Torbet
and Mrs. Joe O'Brien made the roand
trip to Sioax Falls and return today.
A big line of stylish hats and caps,
foi men or boya, ou dispay at Qrinager
Broa.
17-jeweled Eg in or Waltham watch,
47, sfc fro.
Our Jewelry man, representing one of
the largest Chicago wholesale houses,
was here and left us the swellest lot of
Jewelry we ever looked at.
We want to call your special attention to
the new
SHIRTWAIST SETS
consisting of one large bar pin, 2 smaller
ones, one tie pin, one pair cuff buttons,
and the latest thing, the Shirtwaist ring.
These come in colored enamel to suit
your own fancy and should be seen to be
appreciated.
We carry a big line of STERLING
SILVER SPOONS, among them the
Mother Spoon
in different sizes from 75c to $1.25 each,
Engraving included.
1
MISS L. B. HORSE,
511 Egan Ave. Remember New Location
Temperature reached 90 in the shade
today.
The latest novelty—green nate, all
styles, at Grinager Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Payne returned
to Sioax Fulls by the morning train.
Emil Suiau and bride retained tnis
evening from their wedding toar.
A consignment of the latest in copy
rights, just received at Jones Drag
Co. 's store.
The Baptist Ladies' aid will meet iD
the lecture room of the church on Fri
day afternoon. Everyone welcome.
For Hale. Iron folding bed. nearly
new. —Mrs. L. Craney, 508 Bgan ave
nae. upstairs.
Special meeting Cyrus chapter,
A. M., Thursday evening, May *.
Work ill M. M. and P. M. decrees. F.
D. Fitts, Sec'y.
Lot Sale. You are going to build
yourself a home. You want one or
more lots. I have them. I have two
lota for trade. What have you Do
vou want a good farm hornet I have
it for yon.—D. G. Beaty.
Eli Greenhagen. feed mill, Madison,
S. D. Custom grinding every day in
the week. Manufacture corn meal,
graham, pearl barley, rye, and bone
meal. Phone 168, yellow, pall on
me.
.Special program at the Berlin
Wedneeday and Thursday evenings:
The Twin City Trio will have some
thing entirely new tonight. Motion
picture program: Educated Abroad,
feature Pocket Policeman, comic Ja
panese Magic.
It has been reported tbat the Japa
nese operettas announced to be present
ed at Normal auditorium Fiiday even
ing had betn postponed to a future
date. This is positively not the case.
The operettas will be given on the
evening advertised—Friday, May 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith, the latter
a niece of Nick Elier, have accepted
positions in the state hospital for the
insane at Yankton, Mr. Smith depart
ing for Yankton yesterday and Mrs
Smith departing this morning. Mr.
Smith will be employed in the barber
shop and Mrs- Smith will take a posi
tion as narse.
Glenn R. Ramrill of this city who
recently took an examination before
the state board of pharmacy, received
word today that he had passed the ex
amination satisfactorily and was en
titled to a license as pharmacist. Qlenn
has worked hard to attain this stand
ing in phaxtnacv and is entitled to
wfinh prAfllfr fm* hif affurti.
i
At the annual meeting of Madison
cemetery association last evening 'the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: Mrs. D. McKinuon,
jincident Mrs. Wm. Lee. \ice presi
dfiit F. S. Randall, secretary Wm.
lui'j, treasurer. F. C. Smith was
'looted a member of the board of di
rt'tors, Mrs. Hill superintendent of
-inuni's and James Wfstaby sexton.
I'rinceton, N. J., dispatch. 4 In
tin annual Caledonian interclass meet
t.•'lay Capt. R. A. Gamble of Prince
i
university track team, son of
I i.ited States Senator Gamble of
nth Dakota, equaled the intercol
i'tiiate record of 9 4-5 seconds in tne
i yard da*h, nut owing to the
ju nd at his back the mark will not
M.md.
Deputy C. 8 Marshal, having in
charge Lev! (Jraliam,arrived last even
nv. After having served a teim in
!penitentiary for stealing grain in
I. e county, Graham w.n arrested for
i i iperinL? with a rural mail oox in
'rokings county. In federal court he
v'.!•* convicted of the charge and sen
1- iL-ed to serve twelve days in the Lake
nuty jail.
There are jast two classes of people
\\!,o oppose socialism, those whos
ec nomic interests are against it, the
in Uion-heii, and those who are ignor
Hii' of it.of its principles and program.
r.ich c'ass do yoa belong to? Let
greatest orator and economist of
i! age make it all plain to you, by
1111 tring Walter Thomas Mills at the
t» house Friday evening, May 7.
A I mission 25 cents. ladies and chil.
n free.
Sioux Falls Press: A high school
11 sn track meet will be held next Sat
in lay afternoon, if the weather of the
w-ek permits of sufficient training,
the date schedule with Madison for a
dual meet nas been called off, it be
i
.{ considered the track men should
n i go into a meet so early after be
i: nning the training which the late
-j
'ing has interrupted The junior
t- iiior meet for grade schools will be
i" id May 15, and outside this every
Thing will be in preparation for the
st ite meet.
To lovers of bieh class moving pic
tines, there is a treat in stoie iu the
viibits of the Motion Picture Co., of
V, ishinagton, D. C., at the opera house
May 10, 11 and 12. The compnay
combined its two western outfits,
v. iking it possible to present a series
exhibits of unusual merit. Every
vv is made up of carefully selected
ejects, each accompanied by elabo
ste and appropriate noise effects. The
i ce of admission is 10c to all. Ue
s-i ved seats 20c.
Walter Marqaart, the cement side
«:ilk contractor, is engaged with
ice of men laying the grout founda
tion for the new Garner block, corner
VanEps avenue and Fifth street. The
in xing of the grout is done by ma
i.inery driven by a gasoline eugine
I i?ht men aie required to take care
the machine, shoveling in the sand
Miid cement and placing the mixed pro
ct in the wall after the materials
j' tss through the machine. The work
rapid and the mixing mach better
!h in by the old process of hand mix
"S-
Lieut. Gov. H. C. Shober of High
more was a through passenger for
tsioux Falls by the morning train from
the north. Asked aoout thj press dis
patches reporting his probable appoint
ment to a position in the treasury de
partment at Washington to succeed
S. Persons, Mr. Shober replied pleas
antly that he had read the reports in
the Washington dispatches. "I am
pretty well satisfied in South Dakota.
However, if they need another South
Dakotan in Washington to help ran the
government, as a loyal American citi
zen I suppose if duty calls it will be
ap to me to respond."
Everybody will be there' At the
Normal auditorium Friday evening be
cause the students are going to pat on
two lovelv Japanese operettas. The
be pretty, tuneful and good. Besides
the room is going to be gay with
lanterns and sweet with incense. Be
tween the two operettas the geisha
girls, as attractive as Japan's own.
will appear with candies, arbutus, vio
lets and sweet peas to sell. The flow
ers will all suggest this lovely season
of the year and will be fiesb and sweet
smelling. Everybody will be there
That's sure because by Monday after
noon the block of reserve seats had a
great hole in it and people were still
coming for seats. There are many
good seats at twenty-five cents to
that many are planning to get. Re
serve seats 35 coots at ones Dm
stoie.
EVENIBG WEDDIHG
Marriage of Mr. Orval B. Doman
and Miss Lillian E.
Molumby.
Mies Lillian E. Molamby was mar
ried to Mr. Orval B. Doman at St
Thomas parsonage, by the Kt. Rev
Mgr. T. A. Flynn, at 5 o'clock thin
evening.
The bridal party was conveyed in
carriages from the home of the bride s
parents, Mi. and Mis. David J. Mo
lauiby, in west Seventh street, to the
parsonage, the bridai couple accompan
ied by Miss Katie Molumby, sister of
the bride, as bridesmaid, Mr. Roy Do
luan, brother of the groom, acting as
best man. The holv bonds of matri
mony were entered into according i
the service of the Catholic chnrch.
The bride was gowned in her goin^
away suit,'of gray, with hat and gloves
to match. The bridesmaid wore a suit
rose pink, also hat and gloves 4
match.
Returning from the parsonage tb«
bridal couple were met by guests at the
jme, Miss Pearl Palmer playing
Lohengrin's wedding march as they
entered the pallor.
The guests present included relatives
of the high contracting parties only,
follows
Mi an 1 Mis. Frank Doman and sous
Rt.y and Charles, of Ben Claire Mr
and Mrs D. G. Molumby of Ramona
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Molnmby
o
Nunda Mr. and Mrs.Lon. Allen and
daughter, Lois, of Hioux Falls Mi
and Mrs Albert Kehrwald, of Nunds
Mr. aud Mr*. Carl Shanoou, of Rock
Rapids, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Sal
livan. of Oldham: Elmer Hetland.
o
Valley Springs Frank Doyle, of
Paal, Minn. Thos. O'Keefe, of Minne
apolis, Minn. Mgr. Flynn, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Molumby, Mr. and Mr
John Moluaiby, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
McVeues, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Casey,
Misses Grace and Clara Molamby,
o
this city.
A four course six o'clock dinner was
served, Misses Nelle Hurley, Stelh
and Viola Runkel and Katherine Mo
lumby serving. The dining room was
decorated with smilax and pink and
white carnations.
Mr. and Mrs. Doman will depait by
the midnight tiain on a wedding tour
of a month, visiting relatives at
points in Iowa and this state, return
in2 to Madison to reside.
The bride is a native Madison
young woman, much beloved by her
friends and acquaintances for ber ami
able traits of character. Mr. Doman
has been a resident of the city for the
past five years, of excellent chaiacter
and industry, and the anion promises
happiness and prosperity.
The Value of Proprietary Medicines
is proven by the very large percentage
of physicians' prescriptions for the
same remedies found in every drug
store in America, but as they are writ
ten in Latin, few patients realise this
fact.
The old standard proprietary medi
cines 'like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, that have stood the
test of time, deserve a place in every
1 family medicine chest, and it is most
Japanese Girl and A Cup of Saki,under certain they would not be prescribed
the direction of Miss Hofflin and Mbs by physicians if they were able to de
Chamberlain ami thev are going to
vieg a
formula equally as efficacious.
MADISON OPERA HOUSE
May 10-11-12
THE ...
MOTION PICTURE
Company
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
Presents it Famous Exhibits of Finest Quality
Moving Pictures
In Natural Colors, with all Noise Effects
Entire change of Program each evening. All die
Great Masterpieces, including: Magnificent travel
scenes from ail parts of the world. High class com
edy subjects, animals and birds, both wild and tame.
Life among savage and civilized nations in all parts
of the globe. Lion, tiger and crocodile hunting.
Diamond and gold mining. All the latest and best
products of the Moving Picture Art,
Admission 10c Reserve Seats 20c
Seats on Sale Saturday.
The
MILL BARGAINS
S E E S
Oats Speltz Millet Timothy
KM Everybody Should Use ....
Madison Flour
We have unequalled
facilities
for selecting choice
hard wheat from the north. You can depend on
flour
little Hatchet Flour at Cost
Dakota Flour at Cost
The only SUMMER COAL is
S U N N Y S I E
And we Have it
LARKIN & METCALF
Mill Phone 240 Store 445
Palm Patent Flour
There is a difference in grades of
Patent Flour, as there is in any other
article.
We have put in stock a flour which it
superior to most grades of Patent
Flour and equal to any on the market
PALM PATENT
made by the Pipestone Milling Oft,
We would like to have our customer*
try a sack of this flour and we can
assure you that it will produce better
results in baking than most flours soli
in the city. s
Try a Sack with Your Next Order
W. S. MURRAY
i 1909
The Houar of Kuppcahomt
MULTUM
IN PARVO
This Latin expression hasn't
much to do with Clothes, but
it aptly describes our beauti
ful Clothing Store cm Egan
Avenue*
Here our Customers will find
hunbreds of styles compactly
presented for view, affording
a great saving of time to cus
tomers and visitor*. 4
Our Prices are Always Right
Hackett & Sutton
1
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