For Rent. One sleeping room
modern. Phone 3452.
Wanted at once, a maid for general
housework in new apartment, to go
to Sioux Falls.—Mrs. Robt. G. Ray,
Aeroplane for Sal*. Almost new
complete. Wings need recovering.
150 h. p. motor. Bargain.—L. W.
Hope, St. Paul, Minn.
For Sale or Rent. A house and
barn. Phone 3370.
Wanted to Rent. Medium sized
modern house.—J. W. Ault.
We are now prepared to buy live|
stock, both at Madison and Junius,
and if you want some light shoats
for^teed lot, leave your orders and
we will try and get them for you.
Phone 3260 or 3468.—Owens &
Ray berg repairs the au to radiators.
Pure home buckwheat 10c per lb.
In Hunt liner block.—Geo. Fuller.
New modern home for sale eastj
front splendid location, 419 Leej
avenue N. Call at residence. Phone!
3460 E. E. Griffen. i
Hemstitching and cloth covered
buttons.—Madison Hemstitching Co.,i
three doors north of Lyric theater.!
Get your flotir now at these bar-j
gain prices: Flavo flour $3.10 perl
sack. L. H. flour $3.25 per sack.j
In Huntimer block,—Geo. Fuller.
Patronize the O. K.
For Sale. Grant Six. A snap if
taken at once.—Martin Hegdal.
Take your Ford to Parker Auto
Co. for repairs. Always sure of get
ting genuine Ford parts.
For Rent. Furnished room in
modern home. Phone 3751.
Have your car, tractor or truck re
paired at Laughlin's garage.
Ray's restaurant open all night.
Upholstering and trimming auto
mobiles. Curtains repaired. Over
Brown's garage.—A. T. Ireland.
$5 in cash for any person bringing
to my store a standard make watch
I cannot repair.—Guy B. Hanson.
Buy it from Guy E. Hanson, if it
is diamonds or watches, where
find the largest assortment.
Eat at Ray's.
Rest delightfully while enjoying
iees and drinks at Bud's place.
arly Fail Influenza
At the first sneeze or chilly feeling
take a dose of
"BREAK UP A COLD" TABLET
Keep a box at home
The Old Reliable Druggist
Found. AiitomoDile crank. This
For £&te. Six-horse Waterloo
Associated gas engine in A-l shape.
—J. C. Uthe, rural phone 1405.
For Sale. Piano with bench. A
bargain at $150.00.—E. E. Griffen, 1
The annual meeting of the First
Baptist church will convene at 7:30]
on Thursday evening, Nov. 6. Re
freshments will be served and every
member is expected to be preesnt.—
George Beck, trustee.
.Wanted. Rooms for light house
keeping. No children. Phone 3751.
Furnished room for rent. 107
Washington avenue S. Phone 3734.
Wanted. Janitor at high school
building. Apply at oMe.—H. H.
Lost. Patent leather pocketbook
last evening at Lyric theater. Finder
return to this office and receive re
Bum Gannon Ball coal and cut
high cost of fuel. Car now here. Call
Independent Dray line.
For Rent. Furnished room heat-j
ed. Gentleman preferred. Phone
Car of extra fancy apples at right!
prices are now on sale in the Hunti-j
mer block.—Geo. Fuller.
A big selection of extra fancy
apples on sale in the Huntimer block,
I have for sale oak sdieboard, Mor-j
ris easy chair, two small center!
tables, bedroom crockery, kitchen!
utensils, vacuum cleaner and other!
articles.—Mrs. Albert Dahl, at resi-j
dence of J. F. Stahl, phone 3414.
For Sale. Gray goat robe, deodor
ized, 56 by 66 inches, plush lined
new.—Mrs. Albert Dahl, at residence i
of J. F. St^hl, phone 3414.
Shave at Hank's.
Order that Ford car nofk Quick'
delivery on all models.—Parker
When your ear doesn't work prop
erly, go to Laughlin's garage.
Wanted. Man or woman cook at
For Sale. Overland nearly new.
—Johnston's furniture store
House for Sate. Inquire of Hank
For Sale. Five-room house, fully
modern garage 20 by 20 one lot.|
913 Center street W. Phone 2166,
EVERGltEEN LODGE NO. 17
Regular communication Wednes
day, Nov. 5th, 8 p. m. Work in F. C.
degree.—C. A. Berg, W. M.
SPECIAL. SPECIAL. SPECIAL.
Flavo flour $3.10 per sack. L. H.
flour $3.25 per sack. Pure home
buckwheat 10c per lb. On sale in
Huntimer block.—Geo. Fuller
in the firm with whom you are dealing is an important consideration.
We have made our business a success by giving our customers the best
grade of Watches and Diamonds at the fairest prices—by meeting them
fmore than half way when any difference may occur, and always strivinj|
,, to please.
By this means we have gained the confidence of our many satisfied
We are always looking for new business. Why not drop in today
The Porter Drug and Jewelry Company
M«dlw'» Twill Jewelers sad Wihlmlin
APPLES APPLES APPLES
Just a few barrels of extra fancy
apples left. Get yours while they
last. In the Huntimer hloeK.~~ireo.
Hi*. Anna Austett was expected to
arrive from Itoswell today for a visit
with Mrs. Alvin Pooley.
Mrs. Wm. Reinicke departed for
George, la., today to be gone for two
weeks while visiting relatives.
Miss Stella Dougherty arrived from
llamona this forenoon and is now be
ing entertained by Mrs. John Haley.
Miss Margaret Miller, who had
been employed in this city the past
ten weeks, left today for Fulda,
Mrs. E. J. DeGood and her daugh
ter, Miss Beula, spent the time be
tween trains today visiting in Sioux
Mrs. P. A. Koepp is spending the
day at Colman with her daughter,
Miss Sadie, who i* a teacher in the
Among the Madison people who
transacted business in Sioux Falls to-
day were E. J. Sutton, Roy Donnelly
and Martin Hegdahl.
Miss Mary Millage, of Canton, vis
ited girl friends at the normal school
yesterday. She left for home this
forenoon, going south.
A. Forbes, wife and son changed
trains at this point this morning in
returning to their home at Colman
from a recent visit at Huron.
Rev. C. A. Gruhn returned this
forenoon from the northwest part of
the state where he conducted relig
ious services on Sunday last.
Mrs. Dan Lawler was moraine
passenger for Jackson. Minn. Slu
will visit friends there for a few days
and also attend Rebekah doings.
Alex Miller, a resident of Rincon,
N. M., departed for the southwest to
day after remaining with his son,
Joe, and family, residing east of Ra
mona, for over a year.
Miss Edith Wilson and Miss Edna
Hennings returned to Sioux Falls to
day. These young ladies recently
dropped the employment they had in
this city to return home.
Mr. Scully, wife and daughter.
Miss Mary, were returning passen
gers today to Iona Lake, Minn. They
have been in this city for a week
calling on the former's son, G. L.
Scully, and family.
Mrs. J. C. Sehultz, who came from
Aberdeen some time ago for a visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Vidal,
made her departure today for Flan
dreau. She returns tomorrow and
will soon^ leave for her home in
Some places in this state are ex
periencing the effect of the strike
of coal miners. So far Madison deal
ers are supplying soft coal to their
customers and at one coal office it
was learned that there should be no
apprehension for some time, at least,
of a coal famine in this city, since
the lake docks, which supply hip
northwest section are well stocked
A car of bituminous coal is now be
ing unloaded in the local yards and
also a car of dry lignite. Anyway
it will be the better part of wisdom
to use coal sparingly for there is no
telling how long the miners will re
Flandreau Enterprise: On Tues
day, October 28th, at the Catholi
church in Flandreau, Rev. Fathei
Kelley officiating, occurred the mar
riage of Miss Margie E. Penney, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Pen
ney, and Claude D. McNeil, eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McNeil, ol
Madison. The bride wore a dark
brown suit with Bevar brown trim
mings, an dhat and shoes to match,
with a beautiful corsage boquet of
Premier roses. The bride was at
tended by Miss Helen Justus, wh(
wore a brown satin dress with hat
and shoes to match and a corsage ol
Russel roses. The groom was at
tended by Edward D. Penney, broth
er of the bride, and both wore the
conventional black. After a honey
moon spent in the east they will be
at home December 1st, oa a larm
r.,i i *i
Clara Kimball Young
"The Better Wife"
His Official Fiancee"
Their make-lielieve engage
ment went very well until oth
ers took it seriously. Then
tklligs began to happen!
ALSO PATHE NEWS.
ADMISSION 10 AND 25c
Return date bjr request.
This i» a picture you will want
to see the second time.
Ladies and gentlement to let us
show them that we are prepared to
give pressing, cleaning and repairing
service second to non.
Send us your plush and fur coats,
furs, kid gloves, silk and sateen
dresses, men's and women's suits,
sweaters, draperies, pillow tops, etc.
Phone 2247. We will call.
NEW ART PANATORIUM
In Sid I/ce Blrig.
Geo. ,1. Hietter, Prp. 120 Kgan Av. S.
FURNITURE AND RUGS
1 Buy and Sei! New and Second
Hand Furniture and Stoves
BAT AT JACK'S
UETTER THAN EVER
Take Your Next Meal With Us
O. L. McKILLIP. Prop.
B. L. SHELDON
Office Hours: 9:00 to 11
1:30 to 6:00 p. m.
^Tnntemer Bldjr.. Madison. S D.
DR. H. P. WESTABY
E N I S
Office over Porter Drug Co.
Hours: 9 to 12 1 to 5. Phone 2332
Madison South Dakota
Madison Electric Co.
WIRING, FIXTURES, MOTORS
106 Egan Ave. 8. Phone 2192
Oftice oin Lannon-Cook Block
si |F to 12 a. m. 1 to
E. SHERIDAN & SON
COL. C. S. PRICE
MO HALE TOO LARGE, TOO SMALL
OR TOO FAR AWAY
Telephone or see me at Holdal's
Telephone 8170 Madison, S. D.
MR. AMD MRS.
A. G. HALLENBECK
Auto Iwsi Qm »liu
Orer Geo. Bosk's Fuvalture fltore.
MADISON, i. D.
CopyrIg.it 1919,Hart Schaffner&Marx
Madison Junk &
E. M. llORECKY
Junk, Hides & Furs
Phones: Office 2101 Be*. 3508
Located east of Union Grain &
DRS. WESTABY &
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS
Hours: Maaison Hospital, 8 a. m. to
10 a. ui. Office, 1 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Evening and Sunday by Appointment
Telephones: Office, 2228 Dr. R. S
Westaby, Residence, 2277: Dr. D. 8
••ccessor* to E. L. Peek.
DAT AND NIfiHT SERVICE
PHONES: 2205 2288
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In many homes of ultra culture and refinemeht
"Milady's" good taste and charming individuality are
first expressed in the quality of silver which graces her
OU from the illustration
not mean exactly what it used to
mean. The double-breasted style
has become a distinct type thif
fall, not like any that has pr#*
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have made the double-breasted
model a new thing. Notice how
much better & look* here than
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fall special stuff madefy
for us we get it far you
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The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
Subscribe now. Many magazines raise their rates
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We have received many gracious compliments as to
the beauty of design, the quality and variety of pattern#
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It would be a real pleasure for us to show you our
assortment is complete.
The prices within reason, t-
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