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Vf i -A k K I '\i y? SPECIAL PRICES -ON Milk of Magnesia 25c For 6 Ounces Two girls wanted at. Fuller's laun- 4ry Those wishing to enroll' for the fall term (n piano study beginning Sep tember 1st, phone 3403.-—DeVero Smith, Garner block. For Sael. Well located modem fesuse. Phone 3809. A For Sale. Waterloo Boy tractor VKh three-bottom plow.—Ed. Bar tOlK phone 3707. patronise Clark's barter shop. iPatronlze Bud's place. fltfam parlor in town. Btore a standard k 50c For 16 Ounces The Finest Anti-Acid Laxative—Unsurpassed for the Preservation of Your Teeth—Be Sure to Take a Bottle Home. J. Chris Schutz The Old Reliable Druggist THE CITY. For Sale. Three dwellings and I live quartern of land improved.—A. puiier. BUSINESS LOCALS. I We shall be pleased to list city res ftlueberrles for canning at Earle idence and other property. There are L. IKelley's. many calls for residences. We will €ollie pups for sale.—Wlllard give the sale of your house our Patills. prompt personal attention.—Lake Wanted. Good girl for general County Land Co., Inc., phone 2208. houseworiL Good wages.—Mrs. Joe1 Bay it from Guy E. Hanson, if it Ryan. is diamonds or watches, where you Tor sale cheap, pony.—Frank find the largest assortment. Thompson. House wiring and repairing a spe For Sale. 16x20 Owens bean cialty. Phone 2192, Madison Elec thresher in good condition. A bar- trie Shop. gain if taken at once.—H. F. Olds,1 Have your car, tractor or truck ra Sibley, la. paired at Laughlin's garage. For Sale. White enamel, all steel refrigerator A-l condition and near ly new. Phone 3278. The Soldier and the Spy at the Ruby Theater Friday, Aug. 22. A play that you have been waiting for. The flag and your country. The landj Of the free and the brave. For Sale. Sane anc grawl.—-*Claus! Hexom. Bat'at Ray's. Wanted. A housekeeper, at once, for a family of four, on a farm. Ad-! dress G. H. Peters, route 2, Madison, For Sale. Upland hay. Phone, Shave at the O. K. Wanted. Two waitresses at Ray's restaurant. Household goods for sale. 9x12 Wilton velvet rug, porch furniture, 3 dressers, 2 beds with springs, com mode, library table, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator. Quick Meal gasolinej range, sanitary couch, and other household goods. Call at residence, corner of Washington avenue and First street NE.—Mrs. F. C. Smith. —o «OTICl I Bob's special Scalp Ease is now on sale at the O. K. barber shop. Upholstering and trimming aulo- lutely guaranteed to eure dandruff mobiles. Over Brown's garage.—A. and stop falling hair. Come in and T. Ireland. For Sale. 1918 Bulck four road Btea^—Dr. Wllloughby, Winfred. S. D. Will the parties please return the let us explain it to you. AUCTION SALE DWee firemen's coats loaned them thej lawn at my residence, 314 Liberty, night of the launch disaster?—Clyde Walker, Fire Chief. I will sell at public auction, on the avenue N., Saturday, Aug. 23, at 2 o'clock p. m., my new household furniture, including everything in the housekeeping line.—O. A. Augustad o FOR SALE Choice 75-foot lot and 50 foot lot close la.—Box 514, Madisw, 8. D. o LOCAL NEWS. Miss DeVere Smith is at Winfred today giving instruction in music. Fred Guerin departed by auto to day for a business trip to points in Coolest ice jowa J. E. Haley returned this forenoon He is not giving her the beet un-i from a two weeks' business trip in leas be treats her to Feaa Bros.' iaaj Perkins county. cream at Osborn's. W. R. Weide wont to Winfred this Bay's restaurant open all night. forenoon to spend the day with his Meals 85c. classes in music. Let us show you and price fixtures Mrs E of all kinds. Madison Electric Shop, Falls this morning after a pleasant. phone 2192. [visit since last Saturday with Mrs.1 95 In cash for any person bringing August Proehl. i div make When your car doesn't work prop- la., after a visit of nearly a week at orly, go to Laughlin's garage. the home of his son, F. E. Holt, re IFor Sale. Choice residence lot on! aiding on Egan avenue S. Egan avenue.—J. W. Davison. Mrs. Mary Williams arrived from pounds" For Sale. Malleable range good: Omaha today and is receiving «nter- Ludwick left for Sioux watch: Harold D. Rhodes, who called at I Cannot repair.—Guy E. Hanson. the Ed Witt home on a brief visit,! All kinds electrical time savers at returned today-Ala $1*' homo fttj the Madison Electric Shop. Phone Parker. cars 1192. R. A. Holt has gone to Clear Lake, eofcsidtion high chair large pile of tainment at the home of Mrs. Emry graje 3# wood. Phone 2123. and her daughter. Miss June. Important— A i* -j JKfwi about diamond*. PORTER DRUG & JEWELRY CO. MADISON'S FOREMOST JEWELRY HOUSE Mrs, K. Matson returned .today from a visit with friends in Minn* apolis. Roy Nelles returned a day or two I ago from military service overseas, and, like all the boys, is pleased to again be among his home friends. Mrs. George Cook, of White Bear, Minn., arrived in the city the first of the week for a visit with the R. B. Fitzgerald family and other firends. Mrs. Carl Christianson and two children were passengers this morn ing for Marinette, Wis. They will be away for thirty days while visiting the parents of the former. Miss Andrea Erykstad returned to her work at Sioux Falls today after a visit of one week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fads, who re Bide in the north part of town. S. S. Green and wife made their departure today for LeMars, la. They were guests for a week at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rey nolds, 201 First street NW. Mr. and Mrs. Spiide and children came in by auto yesterday from Lake Preston to take back their son, who was receiving medical treatment at the hospital. On account of repairs they were obliged to leave their car here and return by train. T. J. Pfeiffer and wife were out going passengers today. They, in company with a niece, are away on 'a trip to St. Paul and Wabasha, Minn, i They expect to be gone ten days and at the latter place will make a visit with Mr. Pfeiffer's parents. I Miss Mildred Berry, the recent guest of friends in this city, returned i to Sioux Falls today. Miss Berry graduated at the local normal two years ago and has engaged her ser i vices as teacher of third and fourth I grades to the Sioux Falls board of education. R. M. Odell and family departed yesterday for their home at Modesto, Cal. Since about July 10 they have I been visiting relatives in this state and in Iowa. While in this city the time was spent with Mr. Odell's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Odell. Arthur Gimpel arrived home last Sunday from Camp Merritt, N. Y., after two years' service overseas. Some of this time was spent with the army of occupation along the Rhine. Mr. Gimpel Is the son of Mr. and Mfs. i Fred Gimpel. This date marks the 88th birthday fittingly Qf '^7^ ~E."snen "and~to celebrate it that gentleman departed for Hinckley, III., where he will Abso-i nounced to be played at Lake Her man park next Sunday, the contest ants being the Safety First and be the guest of relatives for a short time. Mr. Snell has been stopping at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Frank Millard, for several months. A peppy base ball game is an- Lake Badue teams. The Safely First team has been victorious in the last three games they have played and with their competitors will put up an in teresting game. T. H. Odell went to Ramona last evening where he stopped all ni^ht before going to Lake Preston to wit ness the home-coming that is to be given soldiers today. H. A. Hart wich will join him and both will feast on watermelons for this is water melon cutting day as well as home coming time. Mlfes Vera Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Beck, left the city this morning enroute to Des Moines by way of Sioux City. At the latter city Miss Beck, who has been enjoy inga summer vacation at home, will have the opportunity of attending a school continuation meeting design ed for those teachers who are en gaged by the Des Moines board of education. Miss Beck begins her duties on Monday, September 1. Not much wheat is coming In to the local elevators, and what does Is of light weight. Ketcham A Son have a car ready to ship that will test around 43 to 52 pounds. Oats are coming in every day ar.d all the ele vators are making eastern shipments. The Merchants elevator started two on Monday evening that aver aged forty bushels per acre. The Farmers' elevator company also sent out a couple of cars of fairly good oats that would weigh 29 to 30 carB In making your Diamond purchases from us you are assured of o* ^allent values, complete assortments and expert service, based on our 4Mty years of exporieaea. Our service and advice have proved of inestimable value to our mat.y cWHtofriers in the past. The same facilities pre at your disposal in mak ing selections, k 1 Ketcham & Son had two loaded last ov^lag would BELGIUM SPEEDS IIP Making Rapid Strides in Work of Reconstruction. Program-Will Be Completed Success fully, According to Henry H. Morgan. Brussels.—Henry H. Morgan, Ameri can high trade commissioner in Bel gium, has established a commercial or ganization here to aid in the recon struction of Belgian industries. He announces that this organization is at the disposal of all merchants and man ufacturers In Belgium and America. To a press correspondent Mr. Mor gan said that. In view of what the Bel gians already have accomplished, he did not feel discouraged over industrial conditions in this country. "On the contrary." he said, "I feel certain that they will carry their reconstruction program through to a successful con clusion. I notice an intense cultiva tion of the soil, which will result in the next crop being nearly equal to prewar crops. "Virtually all the glass factories In the country now are in operation, and 30 per cent of the textile looms now are busy spinning raw cotton arriving from the United States. "It Is estimated that the loari of 500,000,000 francs Which American bankers have agreed to extend to Bel gium will go a long way toward recon struction. It also will have a benefi cial effect upon the purchase price of the franc, which at the present time is very low. Repayment of this loan is not to commence until 1930. It is only by rapidly building her mills that Belgium can hope to pay back this loan in the production of her manufao tured goods." Mr. Morgan said tt was estimated that the Germans had carried away one-third of the Belgian live stock. Ex perts of the United States department of agriculture have arrived from Amer ica to aid the Belgian ministry of ag riculture in shipping breeding stock to Belgium. "It is my understanding," added Mr. Morgan, "that preparations now are under way for sending a fleet of 30 vessels, each earthing live stock." SOME COWBOY R. E. Madison, a cowboy of Rang i Tex., Is seven feet six inches in height He Is twenty-two years of age. CUTS SUGAR FROM $4.50 TO $1 8pool of Thread Drops From 96 to ffjo After Relief Ship Reachee Roumania. Bucharest.—When the American Red Cross and the American relief admin istration commenced work here sever al months ago. sugar was selling These who $100 SEWABJ. 8100 at a pound, and was almost 3.000 impos sible to obtain even at that price. Today it is still scarce, but can i« purchased at somewhere around $1, due to the relief shipments. A "Hoover" ship with 900 tons of milk, about tons of fat, and 3,(hmi tons of other foods, recently arrived at Constanza. supplies did much to Improve the situation. I Food is not the only commodity which has taken a fall. In the last i month the price of thread has dropped from $6 to $1.00 a sj»ool. A speculator recently brought in a trunkload of cotton thread realised a profit of $8,600 on his enterprise. Tickets on the weekly train between Bucharest and Paris bring a premium as high as $200. OFFICER WEDS 'SINKER' GIRL Romance Begun on French Battle IJSelde Culminates In Marrtago In New York. New York—Miss Gladys E. Mclntyre, who with her sister, Irene, gained faqae making doughnuts for doughboys at I the Salvation Army huts in France, was nmrrled to Runsel A. Harmon of Floyd, Vk., formerly a lieutenant in company C, 104th regiment, Twenty sixth New England national guard di vision. The wedding wa* the culmination of a romance begun in the Toul sector of France, where Lieut. Harmon was stationed and where the Mclntyre sis ters began the Salvation Army work. Mrs. Harmon's father Is a colonel In the Salvation Army, 1 v r/ V J' V. i The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that is catarrh. Catarrh beiiiK greatly inf'lu enced by constitutional conditions re quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous sur faces of the system, thereby destroying I the foundation of the disease, giving the pationt strength by building- up the con-] stltution ahd assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's' Cartarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list qf testi monials. Address F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. O TOU'LL DO BSTTXm AT MOXB Sufferers from hay fever and asthma who can afford to travel are now seek ing relief at health resorts. Victims compelled to remain at home find relief in Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, Allays inflammation, soothes and heals raw, painful bronchial tubes, and helps to overcome difficulty in breathing-. Sold everywhere. MR. AND MRS. A. G. HALLENBECK vni»i:imaki:ks Auto Hearse Service Over Geo. Beck's Furniture Store. Phones—House, 3153 Office, 2366. MAIISO\, S. D. Madison Electric Co. W1K1NG. FIXTURES, MOTORS and SUPPLIES 106 Egan Ave. S. Phone 2192. Lake County Land Co. (Incorporated) FARM LAND and CITY PROPERTY Real Estate limits and Insurance Next Door North of Lake Park Hotel! Phone 2208 DR. H. P. GULSTINE DENTIST Office Over Dakota State Bank Phone 2106 Madison S. D. CONVALESCENT HOME Phone 2292 Residence 207 West Ave. N. MRS. Z. STEELE DllS. WESTABY & BAUGHMAN PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS 'Hours: Madison Hospital, 8 a. m. to 10 a. m. Office, 1 p. m. to 5 p. Evening and Sunday by Appointment !Telephones: Office, 2228 Dr. R. 8 Westabv, Residence, 2277 Dr. D. S Baughnmn, Res1d*n«":e 2392 E. SHERIDAN & SON REAL ESTATE Get Workman's Compensation INSURANCE DR. C. H. R. HOVDE Physician and Surgeon- Hours: 9-12 a. m., 2-5, 7-8 p. m. Office Over Dakota State Bank Office Phone 2177 Res. Phone 2179 Madison S. D. WHERE E V E Y ONE GOES ••. for Fall, taken as a whole, are by far the best they have ever produced. Quality, stylo sad aU-rouad goodness are worked into these Hats as never before. The styles and shades are tho most attractive we have ever seen. Here's a shape to exactly fit overy head and become every face. Wo take great pride mil' and satisfaction in handling because we know how good they are. You Will enjoy wearing one of there splendid Hats becauae Of the style, and comfort it will give yoa. The name "Mallory" in a hat means that it'a the host to bo had at the price—it means that you are getting the produat Of maker who has been making fine Hats since 182S. Don't miss seeing the aew Fall styles. **..» THE MODEL E. SUTTON, Prop. The Home «f Hart, Schaffner & Marx Oolto MADISON DRAY LINE Having purchased the Warfield Motor Truck Line, also two large moving vans, we are now fully equipped to take care of your business with either team load too large and no load too smal. *.«v^ il PIANO AND HOUSEHOLD MOVING. AUTO LIVERY. SAND, GRAVEL AND BLACK DIRT FOR SALB^i N. T. DINGMAN 3 PHONE 2263 JOHNSTON'S, Inc. VNDKKTAKING DAT AMD NIGHT HERV1GB Phone 220fi Successors to E. L. Peck. Good Looking Women Know that eyestrains leave their mark upon the countenance, "better glasses'* will remove the cause. U y#u ar«* sufferer, consult us now. J: J. Yaeger, O. D. MADISON'S BXCLL'tUVE OPTICAL. SHOP Libbey Cut Glass for the Bride" The finest Cut Glass in America. Nothing lends more grace to her new home. There is no other gift throughout a life time that will so often recall to her mind the affectionate regard of the one from whom the gift came. Here you will find a very large selection. The beautiful patterns in Obbey make them wedding gifts worthy not only of the occasion, but of av MADISON'S EXCLUSIVE JEWELER ox trufk—ju B. L. SHELDON v V E E OfciL S SA CHIROPRACTOR \t 9:00 to 11:10 a*'M Off lee Hours: 1:S» to 6:00 p. m. Huntemer Bldg., Madison. S. D. r/ a. ys 'M&s I V if u u Hi VII "V? -:w •».