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Sparkling Gem
East River
Sterling Egg
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lute accuracy. That's the kind of service you get here.
Let me convince you of this bringing your next pre
scriptions to me.
KOHLER'S PHARMACY,
Tlie Prescription Store.
A. .1. KOHI.Kit, Prop.
BEESLEY DRAY LINE
Does all kinds of hauling, moving household goods, etc.
3and, gravel and black dirt for sale. Delivered on
short notice.
ROY BEESLEY Phone 3772
THE TEST OF ALL
Hayes-Lucas Lumber Co.
Phone 2343 H. BLAGEN, Agent
!k 'k
C. L. BREEDLOVE
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Ur. Egan Ave. and
THE CITY.
RIJSINKSS LOCALS.
Sure relief from mosquitoes. Pens
lar Keeter Dio.—-Kohler's Pharmacy.
Six cylinder car, A-l running con
dition. Will sell or trade for city
lots.— Ray Millard.
Wanted. Competent girl for gen
eral housework ia small family.
Phone 3458.
The big round-up to be held at
Ruskin park has been postponed un
til August 7, 8, 9. This will be the
biggest show of its kind ever staged
In the eastern part of South Dakota.
Get your car washed at Raad's.
Eat at Ray's.
Truck draying. All kinds of heavy
and light hauling. Phone 3865, or
see Burt Cowles.
Dishwasher wanted at t)M Lake
Park.
An assortment of Dennison's
marking tags at this office.
Set' Millard for shoes.
Good used Ford cars priced very
low, for sale. Must close these out
to make room for new cars coming.
—Parker Auto Co.
Diping room girl wanted. Lake
Park.
Good second hand Ford cars that
are worth the money and more, ai
Parker Auto Co.
For sale. AH serviceable gentle
1,300 pound horse, and almost new
buggy.—E. R. C. Gross.
Don't pay good money
for
a
.«•«.'»is k k s k k k k
prescription and
then have it filled care
lessly.
To get the best results
the physician needs a
skilled pharmacist who
knows how to compound
prescriptions with abso­
Fine Kindling
Sott Coal Oak and Maple Wood
Scranton Hard Coal
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Phone 2181.
Install all kinds of Modern Conveniences.
Satisfaction guranteed.
11 3* Ivcictli ioi' clUii bat
tery work.
Raad's Garage will be pleased to
show you a full line of beautiful
cushion covers they add attractive-i
ness to your car, and keep your
clothes clean.
See Millard for overalls.
Raad's Garage for service—open
day and ni^ht—expert workmen,
honest and efficient service.
For protection from sunburn, wind
and chap use Penslar almond and cu
cumber creahi.—Kohler's Pharmacy.
Come in and see those Violet ray
lenses at Raad's garage, at half the
cost of any similar high grade lens.
Wanted. Waiter or waitress.—
Ray's restaurant.
Raad's Garage ^handles Puritan
oils and greases. The best that
money can buy.
Storage at Raad's garage is now
at your service, day, week or month.
No crowding of cars. Open day and
night.
Wanted. House or flat to rent on
or about Sept. 1.—«A1. C. Smith, Mgr.
Farmers Lumber Yard.
Use Howe's bus line.
For rent. Twelve-room modern
house close in. Possession August 1.
—A. G. Hallenbeck.
Lost. On the streets of Madison or
on the road to Lake Madison, a black
driving glove, almost new. Finder
return to the county nurse at the
office above the Lake County Na
tional bank.
The Nation's Best Known Rings
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Rings are known to thousands right in our own
tommunity—because they are advertised to millions
the country over. They are known to us, intimately.
tVe know they are always of plump quality, always cor
rect and up to the minute in design and of exceptional
orkmanship and finish.
hat's why we are the O-B Ring Dealefs.
Porter Bros.
Leading Jewelers
Our car of hay tools arrived today.
We can now* supply you with mow
ers, rakes, sweep rakes, side delivery
rake?, hay loaders and stackers. Tlie
John Deere and Dain line.—Farrell
& Hanneinan.
Situation wanted. Young man de
sires position on farm. Address Ray
Cowles, 414 Washington Ave.
Buick livery from Madison to any
where. Brown's Garage. Night
phone 3694.
Sure relief fro
A mosquitoes. Pens
l^r Keoter Dio.—Kohler's Pharmacy.
For rent. Koom suitable for light
housekeeping in modern home. Phone
3593.
Frank's Kosher Salami and goose
lever sausage at Scudder Bros.
For protection from sunburn, wind
and chap use Penslar Almond and
Cucumber Cream.—Kohler's Pharm
acy.
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LOCAL NEWS
Mis. G. L. McCallister is now at
For est berg for a few days' visit with
friends.
Mrs. E. R. C. Gross departed yes
terday for Arniojjr to call on her
daughter, Mrs. Nelson.
Miss Hazel Lloyd went to Hudson
this morning to become the guest of
lier aunt. Miss Nellie Lloyd.
Mrs. E. E. Thrall, also Mrs. Mar
vin, arrived in this city yesterday
for a visit with their sister, Mrs. M.
McCreedy.
Mrs. C. H. R. Hovde and son, Re
ber, are enroute to Davenport, Iowa,
to spend some time with the for
mer's mother, Mrs. Elphick, who is
ill.
Miss Neva Holme arrived in Madi
son last evening from Henry and
hoarded a morning train for SioiiN
i
alls. Miss Hoime resides at Sher
lan.
Mrs. C. Johannsett returned today
her home at Valley Springs, after
pending a week with her children
.in the farm 15 miles southwest of
own.
Mrs. A. D. Brown went to Chestei
i iiis morning to spend a few days
with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Brown.
Iter little daughter, Leota, accom
panied her.
Miss Laura Miller, daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. H. G. Miller, of this city,
was the recent guest of Mrs. John
Krueger at the farm a short distance
northwest of town.
Mrs. P. O. Shakstad, the guest for
i he past two weeks of Mr. and Mrs.
.1. C. Westaby, living four miles
south, returned this forenoon to h^r
home in Sioux Falls.
Miss Boletta Oswick, Who has
been conducting the parochial school
work for the Lake Madison Lutheran
congregation, left on a morning
train for Minneapolis.
Mrs. Frank Kramer and two chil
dren arrived in the city yesterday
from Andover and spent several
hours trading at local stores while
awaiting a train eolith to Marion
Junction.
John Jurgens, who came to Madi
son yesterday from Wilmot, Roberts
county, departed for Chancellor last
evening. He was accompanied by his
two sisters, Mrs. H. Meyrink and Mis.
Kate Webster of Platte.
Rev. C. K. Solberg accompanied
Miss Mildred Johnson. Miss Mabel
Querness and Miss Hazel Anderson to
Baltic today, where there is being
held a three day session of the State
Luther League convention.
Mrs. D. B. Hollingsworth, the guest
yesterday of Mrs. W. H. Costlow, re
siding in the south part of town,
made her departure for Wentworth
today. Mrs. Hollingsworth also vis
ited her daughter, Mrs. Clark Win
gert, in the west part of the county.
Mrs. M. Clifford, who has been in
the city since last September keeping
house for her two daughters. Misses
Lillian and Evelyn, during their
year's work at the state normal, de
parted this forenoon for Ha warden,
Iowa. Miss Evelyn was accorded the
honor of graduation from the local
institution this year.
J. H. Barger and family departed
today for Canton to attend the gold
en wedding anniversary of Mr. Bar
ger's parents. That event occurs to
morrow. Twenty-five years ago the
first golden wedding was held at the
Barger home. L. C. Barger came
from Antelope, Montana, and joined
his brother at this place.
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CA1K7I71 MOTHEHS INSIST OV
FOLEY'S.
Foley's Horny
a i i i i a
Compound bM
been used in so many Homes lor so many
years that mothers everywhere know
that this standard i'amily medicine con
tains no opiates or other ingredients that
are injurious to children or adults. Chil
dren like it and it does them good. For
couKht, colds, croup, whooping cough.
Fold everywhere.
WENTWORTH COMPANY SHOWS
SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS.
Wentworth, July 16.—The annual
meeting of the Wentworth Farmers
Elevator company was held at the
town hall in Wentworth. The report
of the year's business showed a net
profit of approximately $ 12,800. This
is the largest amount cleared in any
one year since the organization of the
company in 1909, but is probably
not the largest percentage on the in
vestment.
This company has followed the pol
icy of expansion rather than a divi
sion of profits, and instead of paying
the profits out yearly in dividends
they have enlarged their plant and
increased their stock of goods.
The original investment in shares
by the members was $3,900. This
has never been increased, but yearlj
profits have been added to it until thi
investment now is over $55,000.
In addition to the coal and flour
stock generally carried by the Farm
ers' companies, the Wentworth farm
ers carry a full line of lumber and
building material, drain tile and
fanceing.
Starting with one elevator which
they purchased, they later bought a
second and better house, so their en
tire capacity is now 58,000 bushels.
Later they built new coal shed?,
lumber sheds and an office buildinjr
Ail MAIL MEN
MAKERECORD
Planes Fly Total of 54,693 Miles
in Month of May, Says
Official Report.
EFFICIENCY i OPERATION
New York-Washington Route Shows
88 Per 'Cent and Chicago-Omaha
Hntc the Same—Newark Field
Delays Two Routes.
Washington.—United States mail
planes flew a total of 54,693 miles in
May, according to the report made
public by Second Assistant Postmas
ter General I'raeger. The average of
efficiency on the New York-Washing
ton route was 88 per cent Cleveland
Chicago, 76 per cent and Chicago
Omaha, 88 per cent.
Only two forced landings were made
because of mechanical trouble in
either planes or motors. Fifteen oth
ers were made because of shortage of
gas or oil through combating head
winds, four because of weather and
eeven because new pilots got oC their
courses.
How Efficiency Is Based.
Efficiency in operation of postal air
planes Is based on leaving the fields
within 15 minutes of scheduled time,
on maintaining a speed for 75 mile*
an hour for Curtiss IMs and 80 miles
for DH-4s and Martin bombers, on the
absence or number of forced landings
and on making llights without damage
of any character to engine or plane in
taklng-oflf, landing, taxiing or flying.
The rating bjr fields In May was as
follows:
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Field.
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Despite earnest government efforts to re
duce, as far as possible, the high cost of
clothing, there are certain unmistakable
signs that portend one thing only—fur
ther revisions upward in the price of wear
ing apparel.
Weavers are paying record prices for
«lks of all grades, and new increases are
ft) recast.
Haw wool is selling at high figures, and
the market continues strong.
Makers of cotton goods tell of limited ma
terial supplies, and little immediate relief
is looked for.
But it isn't necessary in this exigency
to join an Old Clothes Club. We can help
you maintain presentability.
Make a collection of what you find in
your old clothes closet and attic.
Old coats and trousers, gloves, satin slip
pers, dresses, gowns and blouses, furs—
we will take them all, and bring them
buck rejuvenated, as refreshed as if they
Attorney for Estate.
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18 88
Cleve.-Chl ..77 71 80
Chl.-Omaha .. 78 82 •1 100
Reasons for the abandonment of
the field at Newark by the depart
ment are indicated in a statement by
Mr. Traeger addressed to "All Super
intendents of the Air Mail Service,"
in which he says:
"The records indicate that if the
field manager had performed the
full share of their duties in getting
the mall planes off within 15 minutes
of tlie scheduled time of departure the
efficiency rating for May for all divi
sions would have made a wonderful
showing.
Fall to Start bn Time.
"The general efficiency perfortnance
on the New York-Washington and New
York-Cleveland routes was marred by
this failure of the Newark field man
agement. This field failed ten times
to start Its plane on time to Wash
ington and ten time* to start on time
to Bellefonte.
"This trouble exists to seme degree
on other fields. It can be eliminated,
or certainly greatly Improved, if
planes are promptly inspected, tested
and served In the afternoon before the
flight if the departure of the plane is
scheduled early the following fore
noon. Aside from this single serious
delinquency, the pilots, mechanics and
field supervisors have cause to feel
proud of tlie record made daring
May."
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Attest:'
—P. L. Burnett, Clerk.
—Hans Urdahl,
Attorney for Kstate.
New Life for Old Clothes
Our method is one that !•-visualizes, well cleanses old clothing
NOTICE OF HEARING* PETITION FOB Lake. as. In County Court. In the!
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. matter of the estate of Fred Uthe, de-'
Siai. ,.| Smith I al\m:i. county of ceased. Notice of hearing petition for
hakt-. ss. in county court. in the letters of administration.
matter of the estate of John Erickson, The State of South Dakota sends
deceased. Notice of hearing petition Greeting to Minnie Uthe, Wm. Uthe.
lor letters of administration.
i
Notice is hereby given that Adolph 1.
-wit:
Dated at Madison, S. D., this 9th day of July, A. D., 19 20.
of July, A. D., 1920.
—Ira F. Blewitt,
Judge of the County Court.
Attest:
—F. Lb Burnett, Clerk.
—ITans Urdahl,
NOTICE or HKAXI50 FETTTTOW rOK
X.ETTEBS Or ADMINISTRATION
S i o S o u a k o a i
a k s s I n o u n y o u
matter of the estate or M. J. Kitzpat- Deceased
rick, deceased. Notice of hearing peti- for letters of administration.
lion for letters of administration. The State of South Dakota sends I
Dated at Madison. S. D., this 9th day interested may appear and show cause
of July A. D., 1920. why the said petition should not be
—Ira F. Blewitt,
i
Judge of the County Court.
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NOTICE
or
HEASINQ PtTlTlON TOM
LETTERS
or
S a e o S o u a k o a (".unity of
and
clothes.
E A N
Edward Uthe, John C. Uthe, Fred Uthe,
The State of South Dakota send* Sarah Heidenshield and Annie Johnson,
Greeting to Krick Halvorson and Serena heirs at law and next of kin of Fred
llalvorson, heirs at law and next of kin Uthe, deceased, and to all whom these
of John Krickson, deceased, and to all. presents may come.
to whom these presents may come. Notice is hereby given that Wm. Uthe
1
has filed with the Judge of this Court,
Fi lines tad has filed with the Judge of a petition praying for Letters of Ad
this Court, a petition praying for let-! ministration of the 10state of Fred Uthe, I
ters of administration of the estate of, deceased, and that Tuesday, the 20th
John Krickson, deceased, and that Tues-' day of July, 1920 at ten o'clock a. m.,
day ,the 20th day of July, 1920, at 2 of said day. being a day of a regular
o'clock p. in., of said day, being a day term of this Court, to-wit: of the July
of a regular term of this court, to
term, 1920, at the office of the County
of the July term, 1920, at the office of Judge in the City of Madison, County of'
the County Judge In the city of Madison.
1
Lake, State of South Dakota, has been
county of l.ake, state of South Dakota, i set for hearing said petition, when and'
has been set for hearing said petition, where any person interested may appear
when and where any person interested and show cause why the said petition
may appear and show cause why tho. should not be granted.
said petition should not be granted. i Dated at Madison, S. D., this 7th day
Judge of the County Court.
Attest:
—F. L. Burnett, Clerk.
—Hans Urdahl,
Attorney To,- TMaf.-.
NOTICE or HEAJtlNtt PETITION VOB
X.ETTEKS Or ADMINISTRATION
State of South IHikota. County of
unty of Lake. ss. In county court. In the mat
In the'ter of the Kst itp of Cerhfir.l Johnson,
Notice of hearing petition
The State of South Dakota sends greeting to Andrine Johnson, Julius
Creeling to James Kitzpatrick and Mary Johnson, Carl Johnson, lver Johnson I
Kitzpatrick, heira at law and next of George L. Johnson. Thomasj ('. Johnson!
kin of M. J. Kitzpatrick, deceased, and Josephine T. Johnson. Inga M. Johnson,
o all whom these presents may come. Gena J. Johnson and Arnold R. John-
Notice is hereby given that James son, heirs at law and next of kin of
Kitzpatrick has filed with the Judge of Gerhard Johnson, deceased, and to all
this Court, a petition praying for let- to whom these presents may come.
ters of administration of the estate of Notice is hereby jjiven that Andrine
M. J. Kitzpatrick. deceased, and that Johnson has filed with the Judge of
Tuesday, the 20th day of July, 1920, this Court, a petition praving for I^et
at 9 o'clock a. m.. of said day. being a ters of Administration of the Kstate of
day of a regular term of this court., Gerhard Johnson, deceased, and that
to-wit: of the July term, 1920, at the Saturday, the 17th day of July, 1920. at
office of the County Judge in the City 10 o'clock a. m., of said day. being a
of Madison, county of Lake. State of day of a regular term of this court, to
South Dakota, has been set for hearing wit: of the July term, 1920, at the office
said petition, when and where any per- of the county Judge in the city of Madi
son interested may appear and show 'son, county of Lake, state of South
cause why the said petition should not, Dakota, has been set for hearing said
be granted. petition, when and where any person'
granted.
Dated at Madison, 8. D., this 3rd day
of July, A. D. 1920.
-IraiF.
C'*rp
ADMIN1STBATION. AUorney for Petitioner.
had bfeen bathed »in sunshine, and ably fit
for months more of well-dressed duty.
We can do this for you because ottf
Cleaning method re-vitalizes as well as
cleanses clothing.
The process is called dry, because no
water is used. Our sole helps are a neu
tral soap, cleaners naphtha
Ira F. Blewitt,
Blewitt,
the County Court.
I Judge of
Attest:
!—F. L. Burnett.
County Court.
J. J. YAEGER, O. D.
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Diamonds and Diamond
Mounted Jewelry
We carry a large stock in all sizes and grades.
GUY E. HANSON
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and
designed cleaning equipment.
There is no rubbing or scrubbing—the
process is one that involves only a gentle
Sousing
up and down
finely,
in
specially con­
structed cylinders. Your apparel is first
washed in a balanced bath of pure naph
tha and soap, then rinsed
in
naphtha alone,
finally dried by an electric dryer. Dull
Silks brighten up. Old silks become
younger. You
are
enabled with ease of
mind to meet any social or business obft»
fation that may present itself.
Call
us up—let conserve voir
Get Workman's
Compensation
INSURANCE
SHERIDAN & SON
E.
REAL ESTATE
Independent Dray Line
HEAVY AND LIGHT TEAM WORK
ALL KINDS
We Do Everything In the Way if
Hauling—PHONE 2110
DR. RENSVOLD
DENTIST
Office in Lannon-Cook Block
PHONE Sl«8
Madison, South Dakota
DR. H. P. WESTABY
DENTIST
Office Over Porter Drug Co.
Honrs: 9 to 12 1 to 6 Phone 23S2
MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA
MR. AND MRS.
A. G. HALLENBECK
Undertakers
PHONES: House 3153 Office Sift
AUTO HEARSE SERVICB
Over Geo. Back's Furniture Store
MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA
DR. H. P. GULSTINE
E N I S
Office Over Dakota State Bahk
PHONE 2106
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA
DR. A. H. NOLAN
DENTIST
Offica in huntimer Block
Phpne 2291
If your sight is imperfect, your head
aches or your eyes cause you any trouble,
"You may need new glasses."
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