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ir :*h "Frivole", The Perfume You couldn't appreciate the delicate fragrance of die rose if you had never inhaled its perfume. Nor can you imagine the exquisiteness of "Frivole", the new Parisian creation, without trying it. Its wonderful fragrance comes to you as the melody of far off music, fcnrgirg \vith it an indescribable charnh. *92.50 per ounce. J. Chris Schutz THE CITY. The Old Reliable Druggist BUSINESS LOCALS. Make your wife a present of an ex-' qulsito gum wood bedroom suit. See! George Beck's display. Finest gumwood bedroom suit ever! displayed in Madison. See George! Beck's window. Big reduction sale on house dresses,: aprons and childrens' wash dresses. While they last.—Mrs. K. Knoeri. Eat at Ray's. Meals 35c. Due to bad weather the Madison: Pig club have twenty boars to sell atj the Fair grounds. If you want one see I. J. Bibby. A one-half ton shipment of well cured picnic hams just received at Peck's market. Hollister Grocery Co., successor to H. J. Munro. Use same phone num ber. Trado at Hollister's. Patronize the O. K. $5 in cash for any person bringing to my store a standard make watch I cannot repair.—Guy E. Hanson. New car extra fancy box apples. The price and quality will surely please you. In Huiitimcr block.— George Fuller. Appetizing sandwiches and a va riety of hot drinks served at Bud's place. Bring your side and back curtains to Ireland for new lights. Worki done promptly. Over Brown's garage. I One assortment of hats on special sals.—Mrs. K. Knoeri. Sliave at Hank's. New modern home for sale eastj frobt splendid location, 419 Lee avenue N. Call at residence. Phone! 3460.—E. E. Griffen. For Sale. Five-room house, fully modern garage 20 by 20 one lot.. 913 Center street W. Phone 2166 i or 3307. George Fuller will sell you at his apple store: Little Hatcliet flour at $3.25. Flavo flour at $3.10. Pure! lionie buckwheat, 10c per lb. Orr sale in Huntimer block. Hemstitching and cloth covered buttons.—Madison Hemstitching Co., three doors north of Lyric theater. Phone 2299. House for Sale. Inquire of Hank Miller. 1 ••s -ty*. iw ...-.it JJii, reduction sale on cuuU, suits and dressea—Mrs. K. Knoeri. For sale. Ten-foot counter at the News Stand. For sale—22 Winchester rifle, al so double barrel, 12 gauge, hammer less shotgan. May be seen at this office. Buy it from Ciuy E. Hanson, if it is diamonds or watches, wherp you find the largest assortment. We are now prepared to buy live! stock, both at Madison and Junius, I and if you want some light shoataj for feed lot, leave your orders and, we will try and get them for you. Phone 3260 or 8468.—Owens Schultz. APPLES. APPLES. Guarantee quality and prices right, For sale all winter at our warehouse east of depot. Winter keepers on hand now—Jonathans. Rome Beau ties and Wageners. Expect car Yak-i imas in tomorrow. All varieties. Watch for our ads as cars come in. —W. H. Buck & Co. NOTICE All parties knowing themselves indebted to me will please call at Frank Smith's drug store and settle same at an early date.—H. J. Munro. o LOCAL NEWS S. H. Gullstine and wife departed for Minneapolis to spend a couple of days with relatives. Miss Marie Strom berg, the week end guest of Madison friends, depart ed this morning for her home at Col man. The mission circle of the First 1 Baptist church will meet on Wednes day afternoon with Mrs. W. H. Aid rich. Mrs. E. J. Mills was the guest for several days ot Mrs. B. Olson. She returned today to her home in Nunda. MrB. M. Rose, who was at the Nor mal yesterday calling on her daugh ter returned this forenoon to"her home in Wentworth. W. H. Snyder went back io his car penter work at Colton. today after a week's visit at home. Mr. Snyder reports that there is considerable i. «n H, m»u.-i»iwn ff^vTar JkL: l*r *f -Tihtii fWioa1 building now under way at that place, the only handicap being a shortage of materials. The members and friends of the Epworth league are to enjoy a so cial time in the basement rooms of the Methodist church tomorrow eve ning. All are cordially invited. Mrs. J. M. Spicer, returned this forenoon from a three weeks visit with her daughter whose home is at Miller. Mrs. Spicer states that much snow is now on the ground in that locality. Mrs. Grace Hill and daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Thursman, made their de parture for Long Beach, Cal. For the past two weeks both were enter tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Smith. Mrs. Hill is Mrs. Smith's sister. Mrs. Joe Welch took a train east to Flandreau this morning where she will remain until Wednesday, the day set for holding the funeral services on her lately deseased father. A. A. Schroeder, whose death occurred at 9 a. m. yesterday. Fred J. Heiland and his wife who was until a few days ago Miss Regina Vreyens, arrived in the city Friday evening and were entertained at the E. H. D. Vreyens home. Thi3 fore noon the young couple departed for St. Paul whore they will reside. C. Steele who is lnterosted with his brother in the ownership and management of the new elevator at the town of Henkin has just lately purchased the property at the wr*sl end of this city that was used as a convalescent hospital and conducted by Mrs. Z. Steele. Owing to this purchase Mrs. Steele has decided to withdraw from the maternity hospi tal business,'for a time at least. She now occupies rooms in the Huntimer block. o AT THf5 LYRIC TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Every public character is said to have a hobby. In the case of Houdini the famous handcuff king, who is star of "The Grim Game," a Paramount Artcraft picture to be shown at the Lyric theater Tuesday and Wednes day it is magic. Though he de votes his art chiefly to self-liberat ing feats and big illusions, Houndini is an expert at all kinds of ledgerde main. He says that magic is an ob session, like golf. Once it "gets" a man, it never leaves him. Houdini has defied shackles and iron bars in all parts of the world. He exhibits his most death-defying stunts in "The Grim Game," which is a mystery story developed aloug thrilling lines and leading up to what is claimed to be the most sensational climax ever screened. A notable cast supports the famous self-liberator, in cluding Ann Forrest, Tully Marshall, Thomas Jefferson, Augustus Phillips and Arthur Hoyt. o 9100 BBwau. am The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn thai there is at leaat one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its stages and that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly influ 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 the foundation ot the disease, giving the paiiont strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have much taith in the curative powers of Hall's Cartarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it tails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Address K. J. CHKNKY & CO.. Tolado, DR. H. P. GULSTINE DENTIST Otttea Over Dakota State Bank Phone 2106 Madison S D. Distinctiveness in Good Taste When buying a Wateh, your first thought is, where can I get a watch of good quality—one that can positively be relied upon—and e o i a s e u e n e o i s thought is, and at popular pricest Ever since our advent into the watch business our principal aim has been the successful combina tion of the best grade at popular prices, and with due regard to modesty, we feel confident in the statement that we have succeed ed in our undertaking. Every watch we sell is guaran teed to give complete satisfaction and this guarantee is backed by all the American watch factories whose goods we sell you. Drug and Jewelry, Company THE LEADING JEWELERS Listen to This Until further notice our prices for French Dry Cleaning and Pressing: will be as follows i Men's Suits $l.r0' Overcoat* $1.50 and up Pants 0"m Coats Tot Ladies' Suits .$1.50 and up Skirts .75 and up Dresses 1JSO and up Ladies' Coats 1.BO and up Plhsh Coats 1.75 and up, Fur Coats 2.00 and up Sweaters .. .. 50 and up Children's clottieS according to size. Phone 2247. We will call. NEW ART PANATOR1UM In Sid Ix-e It!.Ik'. Geo. J. Hietter, Prp. 120 Egan Av. S. MILLINERY For Ladies, Misses and Children Call in and Select the Fall Model that suits you best Grinager Miss Egan Ave. N. OHNSTON'S, Inc. Successors to E. L. Peck. UNDERTAKING DAY AND NIGOT SERVICE PHONES: 2205 2288 I Lake County Land Co. (Incorporated) i FARM LAND and CITY PROPERTY i Real Estate Loans and Insurance Next Door North of Lake Park Hotel Phone 2208 MR. AND MRS. A. 6. HALLENBECK UNDERTAKERS Auto Hearse Service Over Geo. Beck's Furniture fJtore. Phones—House, 3153 Office, 1366 MADISON, S. D. i Radiator Hospital DR. RENSVOLD DENTIST Office oin Lannon-Cook Block Hours: 9 to 12 a. in. to 6 p. in Phone 1* Madiaon & D. DR. C. H. R. HOVDE Physician and Surgeon Office Over Dakota Stale Bank Houtb: 9-12 a. m., 2-5, 7-3 p. iu. I Office Phone 2177 Res. Phone 2179 jMadiunn S. D. FOLEY KIDNEY PHIS V E miss a A Totherafurnishings Look Rayberg's Repair Shop Train It's mighty irritating. It means a loss of time, and time is money these days. A good Waltham Watch will pay for itself in time saved in a few months. It «31 always get you there on time. u /ft Time You Owned a Waltham." Come in and talk watch with tot. It won't obligate your buy. $ng—but if you should buy— a compM# »to£k of net Wi O be sure of satisfaction in buy ing hat, shirts, hosiery or is not difficult —merely a matter of choosing the right store. We look on our business as serving rather than selling—perhaps that is why so many men in town accept our advict and judgment on matters pertaining to dress. Is your wardrobe complete for fall mA Winter? Madison Junk & Hide House B. M. BOItEOKY All Kinds Junk, Hides & Furs SECOND-HAND AUTOS Phones: Office 2101 Bet*. 8008 ted east of Union Grain Ap Seed Elevator COL. C. S. PRICE AUCTIONEER WO SALE TOO LARGE, TOO SMALL OR TOO FAR AWAY Telephone or see me at Hoidal'a Garage Telephone S170 Madlaon, S. D. Men Furnishings J. J. J. YAEGER, O. D. For the Thanksgiving a GUYE. THE THANKSGIVING HOSTESS You are going to have guests for dinner, aren't you? The first things to consider are the appointments of ,r your table. Let us assist in making you very proud of it. Let us add H°LEPRcPF Ho/IERy Sutton MADISON The Madison Creamery KOQNESS BROS., Proprietof* Makers of High Grade Butter new table decoration for flowers and fruit, or the silver bouillon spoons you have needed so long. Your choice, with our assistance in selecting and our new line of splendid fall silver to choose from, will certainly be easily aod most satisfyingly madew lb. -V Madison' Leading Jeweler Manufacturers of Sj Peerless Ice Cream and Soft Drinks Highest Market Price Paid for Cream 5 PHONE 2341 MADISON, 8. D. We use the most modern and scientific appliances for exam ining and testing eyes, tyf!' •s»i^ss3F« -i .JA V .)• -i-iv s i h" i 41 i. --1 'V.* MADISON'S EXCLUSIVE OPTICAL SHOP u i i tV ia j'r* A V-,! a Vff ^1