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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, September 23, 1920, Image 2

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When Daylight Fades
Juit a touch of the button when dark comes n* to ilOM
with Hicht.
•re be any jcreat«r convcnlonc« than this inex-
I DM of electricity and National Max
da lamps,
electric service not only puts lijrht Instantly at your
but will help cook or clean or iron as wall.
^Our method of wirincr reduces the expense to a mint
today for a free estimate of cost.
MADISON ELECTRIC CO.
Ave. S. E. Phone
Dealers 1%
Grains and Seeds'1
tiard and Soft Coal
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YOUR ORDER
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PATENTED w
HIGH OVEN RANGE
Bikef tM molt deilcious pies, cakes, bucuits—t^eryD^
And it is so eas^, for it is eton quicker than a gas range.
The crJen is read^ for biscuit in ten minutes after lighting
pour fire. Then (here's die shoulder-high r?en—no stoop*
ing necessary. You'll like Cole's High Ofeti p«"gf
CMM in today and let us tell 3OU mora about ifc
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WAI»lrtUN. HOI'TH IIAKM'IA
THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1»20.
*a at Mtdliuk pontume* aa
nu CllUMt
Hot Springs.—Joseph Roberts,
aged 17, died in a Hot Springs hos
pital as the result of being accident
ally shot by
a
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and gentlemen. Castyour vote at the local Rexall Store. Open to November 2nd.
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STATE NEWS
Wood. The Weed Keneral store
here was entered by robbers, who
escaped with between $10 and |150
in cash. The robbery occurred while
Mrs. Weed and others were at Win
ner, where they had taken a little
daughter ot Mr.'
and
Mrs.
Weed
to
young man companion
while hunting In the Limestone
country, about 12 miles west of Cus
ter. A sister in Denver is the only
known relative of the victim of the
shooting.
Pierre.—The heaviest yield of oats
reported in this part of the state
conies from Morton township, Sully
county, where D. C. Moris and son
harvested eighty bushels to the acre.
With oats prices ranging about 70 I
wun oais prices ranging aoout
SYVERSON & SCHNACK
a
.hospital.
Gregory. Elaborate ceremonies
marked the dedication of the new
:Odd Fellows hall building which re
cently was completed in this city. Dr.
Clough, of Madison, was the chief
-speaker. J. M. Pat ton, of Sioux Falls,
(aided as grand master. The new
building is one of the finest of its
i kind in the Rosebud country.
Vermillion.—With the opening
registration day less than a we^k
ahead, the prospects for a record
breaking attendance at the Univers
ity of South Dakota are very bright.
LaBt year the freshman class num
bered 340, but when the enrollment
which begins Monday is completed
it is expected that this number will
be considerably exceeded.
totnobile. Their car slipped off a
grade. Their guns were in the car
»«ocked, and when they Jumped as
the car slipped off the grade the
Weapons were discharged. Both will
fecover.
Egan.—In accordance with the re
flu It of a recent special election, when
the Egan and four other adjoining
•chool districts voted to consolidate
Into one district, with a central
•chool building in Egan, steps are
being taken for the erection in Egan
of a larger public school building,
•o there will be ample capacity for
the students of the five old districts.
These are ihe first districts in Moody
flounty to consolidate.
Centerville.—Father Michael Kel
lpy, for some time in charge of this
parish of the Catholic church of
South Dakota, has been transferred
to Frankfort, Spink county. He will
be succeeded in Centerville by
Father W. L. Mulloney, of Worthing.
Father Gilligan, recently of Mil
bank, is the new priest in charge of
the Worthing parish. Father Kelley
Came to Centerville from Armour
six years ago and the local parish
bas prospered greatly under Mi di
rect Ion.
MEMORY
LOST
FOR
25
YEARS
AIM Restored, Indiana Man U New
Seeking wife Who Ha|
Remarried.
Terre Haute, Ind.—Alexander Bell's
•aemory has been restored to him
after
a
lapse of twenty-five years. The
lormerly lived In Tell City, Ind.
Out In Haskell, Okla., the quiet rou
tine of Mrs. A. R. Ban^s life has been
fiterrupted. She finds herself the wife
•f two men. Twenty-five years ago
Alexander Bell left Tell City, Ind., to
tlsit his brother at Chattanooga, Tenn.
He found his brother had moved to
this county, so the visitor set oOt
through the woods to seek him. Noth
ing was heard from that time until he
teturned here recently.
After Mr. Bell's disappearance his
wife went on with their general mer
chandise business. Detectives in many
States and the man's two sons searched
the country for him. Later they
Searched South America, Cuba and Eu
rope personally. Mrs. Bell followed a
daughter to Oklahoma, met Mr. Barr
and married him.
Mr. Bell can remember nothing ft
his life for the last twenty-five yearii
Following a spinal adjustment his
memory returned and he began a
search for his family. Because of poor
health Mr. Bell has not been told of
his wife's second marriage.
THIRD OF CENSUS DATA Oil?
Official Figures for Population of
Ms Are Expected byt
October.
Washington.—Population of nearly a
third of the cities and other Incorpo*1
rated places of the United States has'
been announced by the census bureau.'
Of the 14,186 cities and Incorporated
places in 1910 the population of 4.0T5
has been made public by the bureau.
Population of a third of the 3,068,
counties and subdivisions of the coan*
try also 1ms been announced.
Fonr months have elapsed since tab-'
illation of enumerators' schedules be
gan and the first population announce
ment made. Orders have been issued
to speed up this work In order to com
plete the country's fourteenth census
within seven months and to permit an
nouncement of the country's total pop»'
ulatlon October
•toe uvsao, aioe
readers of this payer wUl be
to learn that there la at least I
The
one dreaded disease ttat soleaee has been
aide to cure In all Its staaes aad that la
catarrh. Catarrh betas irwtir influ-'
eneed by oonsUtuUonal conditions re-1
eatrea coasUtuttoaal treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine is taken Internally aad
acts thru the Mood oa tbe aseeous sar-
face* of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
paUont strength by building up the con
stitution and analsUttf nature in dolnt
Its work. The proprietors have se mu«a
faith in the curuUve powers ef Hall's
Cartarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred
Dolla
cure.
for any
fails to
monlala.
Address
OMo. jSold
ordinary eoaghs,
iv
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cents a bushel, this is a good return say froleyVHoney and Tar Is the beat
on the land which in that section SfglJST"**
is selling at from $30 to $50 an acre.
Geddea.—Henry Cserny and John
Pesicka of Lake Andes, were brought
to a Oeddes hospital in a serious
condition as a result of being ac
cidentally shot by their own ahot
guns whea they jumped from aa *u-
that It
•and for list
of tesU-
J. CHBN1T OO Toledo,
all Snnuta. Tl|
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CAM tlMfSfOUT SAT-
Hay fever, asthma and bronchial
eoughs yield to the soothing, healJnc
ropertiea of Foleys Honey aad Tar
ound as quickly and surely as de
is, cola and croup. Mrs.
writes: "I can truthfully
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Children who throw covers off at
nleht. play In water, aad neglect ordi
nary precautious are likely to Batch
oold in samssr. Summc
wearing aad
and Tar la a
good
QTHOFQ In the United States are taking a Straw Vote
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AUCTIONEER
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OR TOO FAB AWAY
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NEW LAKE COUNTY
LAND COMPANY
jMiBMMta, North Dakota, South
Dakota Thtrm Lands
Phone 2208
MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA
C. J. GEE
LICENSED EMBALMER AND
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Phones: House 2288 Office 2205.
Over Msnetosi's Ftenitnre tflore.
M^MSON,
N. Swaa St. Al.
on the next President ballot boxe&ior both ladies
a i u w y u n i I i z
"Spurs arc There
you men foHoi fcsrtwt fjSpcj of ci^diCttss t9i3t
lack snap and go—cigarettes that are like flat tires on
the
road to smokcenjoymeat—
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rich aromatic tobaccos. A long
buying arm reached over and
brought them to the U. S. A.—
then combined them with our
homegrown full-bodied tobaccos.
Out of the blend was born Spar
Cigarettes.
That rare, rich old'time tobaeff)
taste and aroma is winning right
and left. Besides, Spur Cigarettes
have imported paper, rolled with'
out paste. The crimped seam maizes
Spurs burn slower, draw easier, and
taste better.
And that smart brown and afr
ver package is threefold to keep
Spurs right. You just can't stay op
the fen.ee once you have "met ufi*
with Spur's good tobacco taste.
LIGGETT MYERS TOBACCO CO.
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Is Yours a Silent Piano?
"«r.
Your piano now standing idle can be
traded in toward a" player-piano that wij(L
Mve you the finest kind of music.
Come in and hear our player-pianos.
Sou will be delighted with their sweet music.
DAMUTH'S MUSIC STORE
120 Egan Ave. North
Next to Dacotah Oil Co.
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