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THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Katherlne MC Donald
Ar "The Thunderbolt"
ROLLER SKATING
AT THE
MvJIlovelty Roller Rink
Oa^Half Block S. W. of Depot
EVERY AFTERNOON
From 2:80 to 6
Evening 7:30 to 10
IE OF SKATES
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Ladies and Children 20c
Gentlemen 30c
vj EVBNINO,,,
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(Hatlemen 4*«
(Including War Tax)
THE CITY.
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Fair tonight and probably Tues
day somewhat colder tonight.
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For Sail.* Oood residence lot.
Call 2266.
Special for New Year's, three layer
brick at liud's Place.
For Rent. Two modern furnished
I rooms, near Normal.—Phone 2185.
II The Daily Leader's facilities for
Job printing and book work are
#among the best in the state. Two
machines, latest models,
first class operators, fast presses, fine
{Job printers. We are equipped for
ij l^uick service.
11 Two modern furnished rooms for
.f I rent,' close to Normal school. Inquire
this office.
|.j Wanted. T© rent small hou*e at
I «once, four rooms.—Varwigt Leader
II effic*.
11 £V
J2ASTKKN STAR DANCE.
j| Eni yone is going to the Eastsern
I Star .holiday ball tomoirow night.
I The gymnasium at the Normal i3
handsomely decorated and the Rialto
Orchestra has a merry program of
tlaAoe music ready. A delicious and
1 i euhetsntial supper is to be provided
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tor
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hungry dancers, and no one
I tetsttds to lose any of the merrymak
ling after the last two quiet year*.
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Enid Bennett in "Stepping Out"
ilisO MACK 8ENNETT COMK&f
•HIK LAST FALSE KTK1"*
ADMISSION—10c
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TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
25c
THOMAS H. 1NOB
Presents
Dorothy Dalton
in "L'Apachef
The light# of Paris had lured her too
far. In her reckless uest of pleasure, she
found it was but a step from the gay
haunts of the Roulevards to the murk of
the world of the Apaches.
This man had shown her life." Now
he was proving how men like him treat
women like her.
ADMISSION—10c and 20ft
f.
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NOWC® TO AUTO OWNERS.
II TfceM*r mo|^r law requires you
olfrr
luwHt*t6 uttnber plates on yoiir
I JAaoary 1.' Attend to this at
rold any trouble.—E. A.
Extra nouiu: HILL Extra
ON THEIR WEDDING NIGHT
HE SAID—
"You shall never be a nrothar»"
never know the touch of a
baby's hand. I married you
not because I love ygu but be
cause I h|ite you .and *11 your
family.
Imagine the husband of a beau.
ti'ul woman starting his mar
ried life that way—
Hut no nutn
In
match for
a
clever woman tvlio loves.
"The Thunderbolt"
A First National Attraction
1'txiUiring
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Thomas Meaghaa
and
Katherioe McDonald
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With the One
and ONLY
Charlie Chaplin
In His Fourth
Million Dollar Picture
Day's Pleasure''
«f- YOU'LL SAY SO—.
A show for those who auto
and (hose who ought to
ADMISSION 20c-:i.V
LOCAL NEWS
Mias Clara Schrepel was at ||he
M&dison hospital this morning lor
operative treatment.
Axel Danielson and Art Anderson,
of Centerville, were in the city today
attending to land business.
Miss Clara Berghelm, mlrse at the
local hospital, underwent an opera
tion yesterday for appendicitis.
Mitjs Hazel Snyder returned last
evening from a visit since last'iJYiday
with friends in Dell Rapids.
John Bush and family are at Sioux
Falls today calling on Mr. and Mrs.
John Moen, Mrs. Bush's parents.
Mrs. G. I. Wilkinson and daughter,
Miss Gertrude, spent the time be
tween trains la the city of Sioux
Falls.
W. Hoff, the late guest of the J.
O. Stitzel family went by way of
Sioux Falls today to his home at St.
Paul.
Miss Gladys Crabbs is recovering
nicely from a recent operation for ap
pendicitis. Miss Crabbs Is still at the
local hospital.
Miss Mary Conley accompanied Bi
Allison to Lake Preston today. The
doctor assisted Dr. D. P. Ferris with
tonsil cases.
Carl Norberg has returned tQ bis
duties at the First National bank
after a few days spent in Sioux Fall*:
at the home of his parents
Mrs. Tena Franklin arrived on Sat
urday evening for a visit with
and Mrs. J. W. Franklin, residing on
Second street NW, her two Children
accompanying her.
M. Phillips and family were re
turning passengers today to their
home at Willmar, Minn. They were
in the city for a week, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heitman.
Mrs. lvatheriue Hughes and baby
returned home to Sioux Falls this
forenoon, after being the Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mal
loy.
M~5. E. E. Beede, who has been
spending several days with her moth
er, Mrs. Belle Struble, departed on a
morning train for her home at Pipe
stone.
Miss Celia Cook la returning to
her studies in Union college at Lin
coln, Nebraska. Miss Cook has been
visiting a sister here during her
vaca­|
tion period.
Mrs. George A. Rice departed to
day for her home at Flandreau. Mrs.
Rice was the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Cline, since the
dsy before Christmas.
i Oeorge Johnson drove by auto to
Wentworth this forenoon to meet his
brother, Frank, who arrived there
oyer the Great Northern from a re
cent visit in Minneapolis.
train: Miss Bertha Buller, Miss Ella
Starr, of the Normal, Miss Fitipat
i ick and Percy Scudder and wife.
George Deveny and his sister,
Alice, of Aberdeen, were in the city
yesterday enjoying a visit with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Deveny.
They returned to Aberdeen today.
Albert Parker returned to Sioux
Falls this forenoon to resume his
work in Nettleton college. He has
hfon visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mr*. A. D. Parker since last Thurs
day.
Miss Inez Kleinfelter returned last
evening from Alexandria where she
spent Christmas with her parents.
She returned by way of Sioux Falls
and stopped there over Sunday with
friends.
Hun timer A Patton have taken
over the agency for the Esse* auto
which is a product of the Hudson fac
tory. They have a wide selling terri
tory for that and other makes of de
pendable cars.
Dick Westall and family drove in
by auto this morning from their
home near Winfred and boarded the
southbound train for Sulphur
Springs, Mo., where they expect to re
main until some time in March.
Lawrence Hasvold returned last
evening from a brief vacation spent
with relatives in Flajidreau. His
brother, Malcolm, accompanied him
to this city and will remain for a few
days as the guest of his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hasvold.
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Peck whose
home is some distance out from Nun
da, reached Madison this morning
in time to catch the train south. They
are traveling to Hawarden, Iowa, to
spend New Year's with Mr. Peck's
brother, (V ivrk, and family.
Cand ies, Fruit Cal
OUres, Jam. Etc.
l'luii
Kentucky Lump
Splint Lump
•apapi
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The following named persons came
from Sioux Falls on last evening's
•/...
large and Small Briquets
The Mitchell boys are anticipating
somewhat by having the interior of
the Dakota State bank treated to a
fresh coat of paint. They are not
waiting for an announced "clean-up
and paint-up" day some time next
spring, but are having the job done
now when most needed.
Miss Mabel Querness who enterel
St. Olaf's college at Northfield,
Minn., last fall, has been spending
her vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. O. Querness. Miss Quer
ness will return to her work
Beasley Dray Line
Having purchased the former Maloney
dray line, I am prepared to do all kinds
of hauling, freight, moving household
foods and everything else in the way of
draying.
Sand and gravel and black dirt for sale
and delivered on short notice.
ROY BEASLEY
PHONE 3772
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The Madison Creamery
RQGNESS BROS., Proprietors
Makers of High Grade Butter
Manufacturers of
Peerless Ice Cream and Soft Drinks
Highest Market Price Paid for Cream
PHONE 2341 MADISON, S. D.
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week from today.
A. I. Folstand, of Oldham, had
business to transact in the city today.
All preparations are now complet
ed for the municipal ^and conceit
that is to be given in the high school
auditorium on the afternoon of New
Year's day for the benefit of the ath
letic association.
Miss Helen McKibbin and Miss
Irma Adkins made their departure
for Des Moines, Iowa. They have
been selected as delegates to the Stu
dent Volunteer convention that be
gins its session at Iowa's capital city
on Dec. 31. The convention con
tinues for five days.
Alvin Nelson, 10-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson, residing
seven miles southeast of Colman,
passed away at the Madison hospital
yesterday at 3 a. m. A ruptured ap
pendix is responsible for the demise.
A. G. Hallenbeck who has charge of
the remains, will take them to the
farm home in Moody county this aft
ernoon. Mr. Nelson, the father, is in
the city today.
Something else besides profitable
financial investments will cause C. E.
OlBtad, president of the First Nation
al bank of this citv to smile a real
Our Appreciation—
Call 2140
KART L. KPTTTTY
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RO CCRI
E. W. KETCHAM & SON
prompt us to express to you
our thanks for the business
you have entrusted to us
and we wish you and yours
a Mery Christmas.
EARLE L. KELLEY
Let us call your attention
to Christmas delicacies
Celery, Head Lettuce, Rad
ishes, Kumquarts, Red Em
peror and Malaga Grapes,
Oranges, Grape Fruit, Sweet
Cidar for drinking, Home
Made Mince Meat, Nuts,
F:f Pudding, Coffee and Tea, Pickles,
E S V
WE SPECIALIZE OH TINE. COFFEES
COAL
Egg Hard
Coke
tremes.
PHONE
£2338
Also
ill
the elimination
Laughlin Garage
Parker Auto Co.
Madison Motor & Supply Co.
Williams & Hicks
Iver Raad
Hoidal's Auto Sales Rooms
Huntimer-Patton Motor Co.
Lake County Automobile Co.
taky. manly tmil\ That soimihin
else happens to be the birfh of a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Olstad are rejoicing and
at the bank today the best brand of
real Havanas are bein^ passed out in
honor of the event. Mr. Olstad's new
residence on Egan avenue N is none
too big by the way.
Rev. Wm. A. Bodell, of Bloomlng
ton, 111., who comes to this state as
evangelist to work in the Pre: byte
rian churches of the state, began yes-,
terday a series of meetings in the
Presbyterian church. Rev. Bodell is i
a fluent speaker and brings a con-,
vincing gospel message. He was as
sisted yesterday by a large chorus
choir and three piece orchestra. He!
will preach each evening during the!
week at 7:30. The public is cordial-j
lv invited.
•The large frame school building at
Winfred burned to the ground early
Saturday forenoon. This is almost a
total loss since only a nominal
amount of insurance was carried on
the structure and its contents. Th-.
fire is supposed to have originated
somewhere about the furnace. School
will be conducted temporarily in the
different halls and public buildings
until such time as the board of edu
cation calls for bids on a new modern
sehoolhouse that the people in that
village have been wanting foT a loni
time. The building just destroyed
was erected some seven or eight
years ago and had become wholly in
adequate to take care of the increase
in attendance. The fire may prove a
blessing in disguise.
DR. RENSVOLD
DENTIST
^Office oin Lannon-Cook Block
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 1 co 8 p.
Phone 2161
DR. A. H. NOLAN
DENTIST
Office in Huntimer Block
Phone 2291
Madison Electric Co.
WIRING, FIXTURES. MOTORS
and SUPPIJES
106 Egan Ave. 9 Phnnr ?1»2
DRS. KELLOGG and
ALLISON
Physicians and Surgeons
TELEPHONE 2133
MADISON, S. D.
Independent Dray Line
HEAVY AND LIGHT TEAM
WORK of all kinds. We do e?-
erythf
Ig
iimin Mi.
in the way of Hanling,
rltone ZllH or Call on
Notice to Automobile Owners
AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC
Owing to radical changes in present day business methods as compared with thofi^
of a
few years ago, we have decided to adopt methods to meet present day condition^
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Manufacturers and jobbers supplying us are demanding payments of accounts evefy
30 days, some are demanding payments of accounts twice monthly and practically all re
pair parts for automobiles are now shipped C. O. D. Also the present high cost of living
has made necessary increases in salaries of men employed of approximately 100 per
cent and salaried men find it necessary and naturally demand payment of wages every
week-end, also overhead expenses incidental in running a business have gone
to
In the automobile industry as in some others the demand this coming year as in
past year will greatly exceed the supply and this* coming year will greatly exceed any
thing heretofore experienced and naturally everything will be at a premium and ready
cash will
be
an asset necessary to supply the enormous demands oi dealers arid con
sumers.
of
Therefore, we the undersigned automobile dealers, garagemen and repair men haft*
decided that for the best interests of our patrons and ourselves we have resolved, That,
on and after JANUARY FIRST, 1920, we will do a strictly cash business. In making
this a strictly cash business we wish to be partial to none and mean to antagonize no
son, therefore, the terms after the above date will apply to all, strictly cash. g»
\Ve also take this opportunity to thank the people of Madisoii and
splendid patronage extended to all of us the past year and we hope and trust that oar
new venture will benefit our customers as well as ourselves. We wish you all a Merry
Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
TSX.X.S how xx was
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considerable bookkeeping costs of collections
losses always incidental in handling a credit business, goods can be sold and repairs cut
be made at a smaller margin of profit.
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 or auto truck—no
load too large and no load too small.
PIANO AND HOUSEHOLD MOVING.
AUTO LIVERY.
SAND, GRAVEL AND BLACK DIRT FOR SALE.
Sheldon
ex­
the
and the
vicinity
MADISON DRAY LINE
for
Browns Garage
Madison Storage Battery Co.
W. H. Baddeley
Coffey Bros.
J. H. Bagley
Walter & Dyce
Thompson Aut# Co.
t|ie
& Baker
PHONE 3679
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LADIES
WE WANT TO BE
YOUR SHOERS!
When we see you on the street walking easily, gracefully,
comfortably, we want the pleasure of saying to ourselyes,
"there goes another pair of our shoes."
We have shoes for everybody—good shoes—all stylet,
all leathers, ^11 sizes. We can fit any foot, large or
j*
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luno.
James McCrery, Kerrien Center. relief from aches' and p&'ina an
I otto r««ll [bladder trouble for two years and used stop backache^and rheumatic pains: jaft
benefit, but Foley Kidney Pilla rave
a stot
saya he was troubled with kidney andaleep disturbing bladder ailment. fba»
several kinds of medicine without any lameness. Sofa everywhere.

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