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7,' .'.,i iV. '. v- ft" if f*s I •\k •4.*".,. ,4- 1 I-1 "f i TjS*fc".- •1 S*. V toj?" iV y-v f* TONOT. UstlaM i: w. 1?' h.'" -i'fi *?, v. By Arthur Wing Plners ADMISSION—..10c and JI i^PUpSf n I ifyfWW/KPii Kit' LYRIC Mary Miles Moler IN "km RUBY TMOT ud TUESDAY iliEarle Williams IN Ik Hsmt's Nest s Adapted from the popular novel by the name name writ ten by Mr*. Wilson Woodrow. Alao MACK BENNETT remedy AdaU—Ion 10c MJHI 25C THE CITY. FORECAST ^Unsettled wpather tonight Tuesday probably rain or snow in eastern portion with not much efeange In temperature. $ BUSINESS LOCAtA sale. Seveh-room modern libtlae, 75-foot front lot, garage and chicken house. Can give Immediate posse—ion. Phone 3125. Lost. Oval gold brooch with sets. Leave at thiB office. For sale. My chautauqua cottage, partly furnished including lot, garage and and new boat.—L. P. Hart wick, Lake Preston, S. D. Salesmen wanted to solicit orders for lubricating oils, grease* and painta. Salary or commission. Ad dress The Todd Oil A Paint Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Wanted, to rent. 1 1 ...-"^T' 99 of Green Gables From the Four Ann* Books ALSO OOMKDT .. Admlaakm 10c mrtl IB TOQDAY (Mr Tom Moore IN He Gaylord Qne" A five-room house.—Ray Phillips. Phone 2£fl3„ o V EASTERN STAR MEETIN^ "^Tomorrow evening, Tuesday. April SO, the grand worthy matron of the South Dakota grand chapter will vis It the local chapter. Meeting will be*1 open promptly at 7:30 o'clock an.fc will be followed by a program and lunch. Visiting members are most cordially welcome.—Nina C. Fruden MM. worthy matron. O v LOCAL NEWS JpKIss Laura Rand of Howard was In iaa city on Saturday receiving medi cal attention. Mrs. Henry Gecker, of Oldham, •pant the time between trains trad ing In Madison. Kiner, Lester Brown and other parties went by auto yester Sioux Falls. tight reigns in the George Rey- 1 household over the arrival there of a fine baby daughter, it Is no# being run for the ff Iror Raad*s new garage. The wMm tarred and graveled very rsMStfty. Fta*. Wm. F. McMahon's piano pti plteara to give a recital in the Pres bytatlaa dkwch next Friday evening, o'clock. T. M. Orlggs, living »n, are receiving the of frtaads because of of a baby girl. QaimsUoB was dis- charged from the local hospital yes-, terday, following an operation that was performed several days ago. Wm. Newman and wife are moving to this city from their former home at Lakefield, Minn. Mr. Newman is do ing some cement work here for build ing contractors. Edmund and Philip Orinager were at Sioux FallB yesterday to meet a clothing salesman who handles their brand. The former returned on the evening passenger train and the latter is expected back today. Miss Helen Lowe who teaches in the high school at Fulton was a Sun day visitor at the George Beck home. Her father, Dr. Wm. Lowe and his two sons returned her to her place of work by auto. Misses Etta and Laura Krapp, who are employed in Madison homes, made their departure for Clark Sat urday. They will spend a few days with their parents before returning to their regular duties. A party of Madison young ladies, consisting of Miss Mabel Verio, Miss Theolyn Oppegaard, Mrs. R. Johnson, Miss Mildred Johnson and Miss Olga Verio, drove by auto to Oldham Fri day night to attend a school enter tainment. There was a Sunday dinner party yesterday at the farm home of Mi».' and Mrs. M. A. Bothel who reside five I miles south of the city. Charles Bon nolle and wife and Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, of this place were Included in the invitation. N. T. Dingman now has under con-1 struction in different parts of the city six new dwellings, some of which are nearly completed. Several of them were sold ev«*n before the roofs and chimneys' were finished. Mr. Dingman states that it is his Intention to go ahead and erect six or eight more of the six-room houses. George Gaskell and wife came up from Sioux City on Saturday and were the over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Woestman, the par ents of the latter. They returned home this forenoon. Mrs. Woesman, who has been ill for a long time, is getting some better, according to re ports from the home. Leonard Walsh the eighteen-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh, residing eight miles south west of town suffered a fractured skull yesterday as the result of the overturning of the Ford car in which he and his brother were riding. The injured young man was brought to the Madison hospital where he now lies partly unconscious. Miss Kutnowsky, from the state school at Redfield, has accepted an Invitation from the Madison Red Loss $15,000 Results From Fire On Farm Huron, April 19.— A loss estimated at $15,000 was sustained by C. C. Curtis, when a fire of unknown ori gin destroyed all of the buildings ex cepting the house on his farm, 6 miles southeast of Huron. The fire start ed in the front of the barn at o'clock in the afternoon and although discov ered almost immediately. It was im possible to control the flanks, It is said that part of ttke loss at least, is covered by insurance. Eight head of calves in the barn at the time the fire started were burn ed. Two horses also were in the barn but were saved. The barn was filled with hay, and it and 1,000 bushels of oats, 100 bushels of seed wheat and 100 bushels of speitz were destroyed. Six Killed In 4L Alwirtown,- -h4it h- Explosion Tkr. Aptfr m«n are reported killed in a premature ex plosion in a cement quarry a( Arm- ..V ./«. i SjSSV*-1 /*. J':". .V Prohibition Decision A U1UU111U11 Still Held Up Washington, April 19.—The su preme court recessed without an nouncing its decision on the consti tutionality of tjie federal prohibition amendment. Steamer Burns In New York Harbor 1 ffem York, April 19.—The Norwe gian Liner Pallfried burned in the harbor here. Three men were injur ed following terrific explosions. The flames spread to several oil barges. o Ice Workers Stage Walkout t. Moux PMIe, April 19.—Whether the consumer in Sioux Falls will have to pay a further increase In the price of Ice now, may be determined in the next few days. Ice workers employed by the Girton-Adams Ice company, walked out today when Lee Girton, president of the company, declined to grant their demand for $2 a day raise in wages. 4 The company has been employing from 27 to 30 men for some time. They were drawing $5 per day, amounting to $30 per week. Satur day they told Mr. Oirton that they required $7 per day or $49 per week and could not work otherwise. This morning Mr. Girton put other men to work at once and stateid that they ex pected to be able to continue deliver ies as far as possible. "We did not feel that the consum er should stand another raise now," said Mr. Girton today, "so we did not grant the increase. We could not continue selling ice at the same fig yre and pay the increased wage asked. We are putting on every man we can find and hope to keep our customers supplied." o Young Woman Starts Early On Crime Career Rapid City, April It.—Jane Ryan, waitress, 16 years old, married and Cross chapter to come to Madison on divorced, and with a checkered career May 1 make mental tests of any I in at least six towns in this section of children in the county who are not the state must go to the state reform mentally equal of the normal school school at Plankinton. Judge Nystrom, child. Many parents are struggling I of the juvenile court, has so ordered unaided with the problem of what' and Mrs. Hans Neilsen, deputy sheriff may be done to give such a child the is on her way with the younk wo best chance possible. The object of man to the state institution. bringing Miss Kutnewky here is to In addition to forging checks of give helpful advice and suggestions various denominations in various in such instances. Miss Kutnewsky places she is charged with sending received her training for this work in I obscene literature through the mails Columbia university, New York Affirms $3,000 Fine Against Socialists New York, April 19.—A fine of $3, 000 imposed recently upon the Amer ican socialist society by the federal Judge Henry G. Ward, of the United States circuit court of appeals. The society was convicted of violating the espionage law by publishing and cir culating a pamphlet entitled "The Great Madness," written by Professor Scott Nearing. The latter was jointly 1ndicted with the society, but after a trial was acquitted. Judge Ward set aside the conten tion of the society that the espionage law does not apply to corporations be cause of the word "whoever" ia the statute.^ v Cleaned up I, On Navy Goods Ien imiHIIIW»ll»lll»iin»ll«l»HHIIHIIII»MIIIIII»llllltlHIIIII||ililMIIMII»llimilllll»|||||IHIilPI|ltHIIIMiil»|llllll«fHlifll|lliynff||||||||||fHl|HI||||»|||||||||BilHnil||||||||||i|||l|||||li||»i»ii||||HiiipiHIIIIIIII»U»||lHniH»mil|llllllinil|IIIHIlillllllllillMllll»IHllUIIMIIIIIIi»IM»lllll|IIHIll»»l*l»Hlli»^ Tractor and Automobile Owners Have You Bought This Season's Supply of Oils? Otis hate fiWe trp ant! are going higher. We have bought heavily ifi ofls of all kinds and cat! ftarnish oils at last season's prices. We have in stock oils of every description: Tractor Oils, Automobile Oils, Harvester Oils, Harness Oils, Cream Separator Oils. n WILL PAY YOU TO GET OUR PRICES. MADISON MOTOR & SUPPLY CO. GOODYEAR TIRES OPPOSITE LAKE PARK HOTEL GOODYEAR HEAVY TOURISTS TUBES MNIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllIIIIIIIIIIIIVItlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll||lll||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| iiiiiiiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllltlllllllllltftlllllltlllllllllllflllllNlllllllit was good authority," he said, for statements that such supplies were not made available for sale until dealers on the "inside" had complet ed their arrangements. The charge was made during de bate on the army appropriation bill, and Representative Madden did not comply with democratic demands that he name the men involved. Chair man Kahn, of the military commit tee, however, announced that the charges would be brought to the at Mention of committees investigating war expenditures. Mr. Madden's statement came at the close of discussion on the $377, 250,000 military budget for the next fiscal year, which was passed and now goes tp the senate. Under it the national guard, now in the process of reorganization, with an aggregate membership of 420,000 men, will be limited to 100,000 men. Anions the funds provided were $22,700,000 for cleaning up war work, the largest of these items being $11,790,000 for keeping the Amer ican troops along the Rhine. o Methodists Arrange to Raise $80,000 Plsrre, April 19.—Definite oil de velopment tests in this part of the state got a big start at the meeting used held at Fort Pierre, which was at tended by a number of representa tives from this city. After a discus sion of the situation, and the advis ability of co-operation in the sinking of a test well, which was indorsed by leading business men of both this city and Stanley county, it was decided to get behind the Stanley country pro ject as the one to make the test, and $10,000 was quickly subscribed to ward getting a drilling rig to work as early as possible. It is expected now that a drilling rig will be on the ground by the first of June, and before the end of the summer the practical question of whether or not oil can be found In central South Dakota put to a test. A new idea which has been ad vanced, and which may or may not have any merit to it, is that one of the sources of pressure in the artesian basin was from the oil and gas forces below the artesian flow, and that with the gradual diminishing of water in such wells, the oil can be more readi ly reached than when this strong flow of water had to be met and checked off before investigation could go below the artesian flow. WE BUY, raise and sell fur-ben ring rabbits and other fur-bearing ani mals. List what you have with us, stating your lowest prices on large lot shipments. The Fur ft Special ty Farming Co., 615-617 N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. Dak. o Mm OOVXA vot RAID "I caught cold and it settled In my kidneys," write* J. C. •a*. mM wasnington, D. C., April II.— wholesome phjesic that will rid you of Charges that "favorites" of war de-1 partment officials had realised from i tend indigestion and constipation. 100 to 500 per cent profit on resale invigorate the fiver. Void everywhere, of surplus army supplies were made in the house by Representative Mad repubilcaa, of Illinois. "Yiere mI. if. WWII" v Damoad, 3ftC W. BOtJi St., Cleveland. O. "My back and tides were so lame and sore I could not £tand straight. I used Tills and am glad to testify to their} iWCpHOlIC ZlOJ ielpintr power. "Good for stiff or swol joints., rheumatic pains where. Sold ev V*. If you Tack energy—if you lack "pep" —the chances are that your bowels are sluggish. A Foley Cathartic Tablet is a biliiousness. gas, ... ache, sour bloating, sick head- Btooaach or other ills that at- They FOLEY KIDNEY PffiW foa tACKACHK KiONCTS AMI •tADOK (tr -3 Jf.fi V ""cai" AUSTRALIA "LOW" IN H. C. Advance Only 4# Per Cent, 86 Per Oent In United 8tatee 210 In Sweden. Washington, D. C.—Living coats have advanced more in six foreign countries since 1014 than In the Unlt-j ed States, according to a comparison j. o e a i o o i e s i n n i n e o u n i e s including America, made public by the bureau of labor statistics. In Ans tralla and New Zealand, however, the advance was less than in this country, The comparisons are made from the latest reports from the various countries. In August, 1919, the in crease In the United States was 86 per cent, compared with 93 per cent In Canada, 169 per cent in France, 112 per cent in Norway, 116 per cent in Great Britain and 210 per cent in Sweden, while in Australia and New Zealand prices climbed but 48 per cent. April, 1919, the latest report from Italy, showed an advance of 181 per cent there, against 78 per cent in this country. Censored Pour Times In Hungary. Budapest. Newspaper correspond ents here have discovered their dis patches have to run the gantlet of four different censors. One Is a local .Official, another Is dominated by ex- Mltchett.-lprtt W.—A preliminary and a third by bolshevikl stip meetlng of Methodist ministers from POsed to he located in Vienna.- The this section of the state was held fourth 18 here Thursday to arrange for a fi-jP®'n^ supposedly by enemy neighbors nancial campaign for $80,000 for the Hungary. Methodist state hospital and the Da kota Wesleyan university. The fund wil be divided equally between the two institutions. The campaign will open April 25. It will be carried on in connection with the Interchurch World movement. Whrti you see Doan's Kidney Pills The $40,000 for Wesleyan univer- recommended in this paper you mont sity will pay off the deficit of the in- always find the recommender a Madi stitution, incurred during the pastison resident. It's the same eveiy five years, $ue tp increased operat- To Drill for Oil In Dakota maintained at an unknown MADISON TESTIMONY. Home Proof, Here, There and Every where. where—in ing expenses. Fifty thousand people publicly thank 'tkan's. What other kidney remedy tan give this proof of merit, honesty and truth? Home testimony must be 3,800 towns in the U. S. Irue or it could not be published here., Read this Madison recommendation, Then insist on having Doan's. You will know what you are getting. August Woitha, retired farmer, Grant Ave., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills are the best remedy I have and I suffered a lot from backache, especially when I bent over or lifted anything. I had such sharp pains in my back I could hardly straighten up. My kidneys annoyed me at night, acting too frequently. Doan's Kid ney Pills, which I got at Smith's Drug I Store, regulated my kidneys and strengthened my back. They helped me in every way." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get1 Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mr. Woitha had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. o on or xirr urnu Miss Hose Florke. 209 Hawkins Ave. N'., Braddoek, Pa., writes: "i had a coid in my chest and fearing it would cause pneumonia 1 tried Foley's Honey and Tar and it was not long till I felt relieved." Many such letters have been written about this time-tried, reliable family medicine. Sold everywhere. DRS. WESTABY and BAUGHMAN PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS HOURS: Madison Hospital, 8 a. m. to 10 a. m. OFFICE: 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Evening and Sunday by Ap pointment. TELEPHONES: Office, 2228 Dr. R. S. Westaby, Residence, 2277 Dr. D. S. Baimhman. Res. 2392 Madison Electric Co. WIRING, FIXTURES, MOTORS and SUPPLIES I0 Foley Kidney i rn.i i 9109 Egan Ave. 8. Phone S192.1 Drs. Kellogg & Allison PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Madison, S. D. DR. RENSVOLD DENTIST Office in Lannon-Cook Block PHONE 2108 Madiaon, Sonth Dakota CHAS. A. TRIMMER CONSULTING ENGINEER Land Drainage, Surveys and Municipal ^Engineering MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA to plow Turns .tHr ..'••• ji V i- a in six boor in high. ever My kidneys were out of order Sparkling Gem East River Sterling NEW MANAGEMENT Better Than Ever Take Your Next Meal With Us 0. McHLLIP, Prop. W, no man or beast do Work a machine can do GgESnARM LABOR costs more than ever before. Feed is high S ar.d going up. Horses were never so valuable. Don't use H||*3lr^ s' 'led men and expensive teams to do work that can be ,ne more quickly, more efficiently, and more economically by a machine. Don't keep more horses than you need naoat of tlW year just to have HubeRseason.rushtheduringpowerenough fight fotar The Huber Light Four does the work of 4 men and 12 horses. Does it better. Easily pulls three 14-inch bottoms set 8 inches deep in any land where a good team can pull one bottom. Enables deeper, make The Huber Light Four is the nost efficient unit of fa-m power. Built by man ufacturers having forty years' experience in the making of tractor engines threshing outfits. Delivers 11 h. p. at the draw-bur, 25 h. p. at the belt. 4 Cylinder Waukesha Motor, water cooled, never runs hot. Automatic splash lubrication. Cut steel t.:ear transmission, heat treated, running in oil bath. Hyatt Roller and Curnev Bull Bearings. In the 5,000 pound class.--does not pack the ground. foot radius. Road speed, 2 milca LAUGHLIN GARAGE THE TEST OF ALL Soft Egg Hayes-Lucas Lumber Co. Phone 2343 H. BLAGEN, Agent EAT AT JACK'S L. SHELDON CHIROPRACTOR Huntemer Hdg. Madison, & D. Otfkslloaarst to 11:80 a. m. 1:80 to 1:00 ». m. you a better seed bed, and get more crops. Does it cheaper. Burns gasoline, kerosene, or distillate. Economical in fuel consumption. The Huber Light Four docs most of the work horses can do and many thing* that horses cannot do at all. Furnishes power for plowing, pulling the harrow, the •ceder the manure spreader runs the ensilage cutter, buzzes wood, hauls loads, pull* stumps, helps in road construction. Unlike roost farm machinery, it works every month 1.1 the year. and sa hour la tow, 4 amtm Pine Kindling Oak and Maple Wood Scranton Hard Coal DR. H. GILBERTSON ant GRADUATE VETERINARIAN GENERAL AUCTIONEER NUNOA SOUTH DAKOT.A| L. A. PALMER HORSESHOEING A GENERAL BLACKSMITH LmM 1st Street fl—thwrt NEW BKICK SHOP 4 v, V§!