WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY
A new Mark Twain
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2 with tW.
LAST TIMS TOinQR
VMt tonight and WeiMrfiQrj
^Vf ««oler extreme west,portion,
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V S O A S
Oia^eWlletera at Peck's Mar
Bri«|5 your turkey*, ofeickeata, «n^
to nMl^ipIng hot.
lie feciwg wilt hold a
pt Slack's store Saturday.
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ursday 3 P. M.
In the gallery of eternal yootll
the master humorist has cmHN
ed tiueir advent urefr—
If nek FfatiF
And they're all alive today is
this great picture. The tali
of a boy who couldn't be godfl
—wouldn't pretend—so raft
away with a vagabond crew
and floated down the Missis
sippi to a
WB alwrt this bmd
ro^en. Everybody that wants
jota 1MM cot to take an oath
wrtle Ma MM in Mood.**
15 aad 30
ton typewriter, f20—The Rrnll
Mitterling Piano House today ship
ped another piano to the Black Hills
to some family.
For your Thanksgiving dinner
leave your order at the Sugar Bowl
for Virginia Dar* wine, Pickwick
sweet cider. Cliquot club and Ginger
To be really thankful oo Thurs
3 day you will need to secure
3 a fine Victrola from Mltteriing
Full tine of engraved Christmas
greeting cards at The Daily Leader
office. Order them now.
Turkeys, geese, ducks and chick
ens at. Peck's Market.
We're all going to the "Hard Time
Social'' at the Methodist Episcopal
church tonight. A hard time, but
good time guaranteed by the Ep
worth league. Bring your pennies
and nickels, bat leave your good
togs at heme.
You can get it at the Sugar Bowl.
What? Whipped cream, home made
candies, best manufactured package
candy dainty in appearance and
good to the taste. The latter in
cludes such standard confections as
those made by Lowney, Johnston,
Webber and Morris, also the famous
For Sale. Two stogie iron beds,
springs and matrasses. One double
iron bed and spring. Chairs and
small tables, etc. Phone 3375.
My household goods all for sale.
Must be closed out by Saturday. Ov
er the Lyric theater.—Mrs. Squires.
All the banks of the city .will be
closed all day Thursday, Thanks
Our stores wiU be closed all day
mcv* W%ACE TT(A% *mmm
Orange pudding, three hrtek,
Strawberry fruit, brick Ice cream.
IX OF Rv
V*m* nm be work.
bekah lodge Weda««da^ y^m
nie Filler, N. G.
Ji. tOCAL NEWS
Untlertaker J. M. Muggei, of Ra
mona stopped In the city today while
QOTQUte to a»*m Fatte fcr the trans
aeitt* of hsiiiiw.
J. Oyift, trsrdtBf ma wh»
city his iMftiauiurtert.
ttd bh are BfR* occupyteag
The f)npwar1 £Vi v
A. R. Ho Ulster is assisting
Kohler pharmacy in the absence of
the proprietor, Mr. A J. Kohler,
who with his bride of ttoday is away
on a honeymoon trip.
Don't forget the union services at
the Methodist church on Thanksgiv
ing evening. Dr. Peters of the Bap
tist church will deliver the address.
Come out and hear him.
The banks of the city, the offices
at the court house, the public lib
rary and the post office will be clos
ed on Thursday. It is very prob
able that local stores will remain
closed for the afternoon at least.
There will be a Thanksgiving
service at 10:30 Thursday morning
at the high school in German. Lot
us not forget to be thankful and
take a little time during the day
to express our~tbanks.- Willlbald S.
The Baraea class of young mm of
the German Baptist church will
have a "get-together" in their claas
room in the new church basement
on Thursday evening at 8. The la*
dies are cordially invited for this oc
casion Let there be a good attend
Madison merchants are arranging
their holiday goods and preparing
for a rush of trade between Thanks
giving and Christmas. Though
money is considered tight our deal
ers believe that the American peo
ple will not. stint themselves In the
matter of holiday gifts and proper
In attempting to get to the fire
quickly last evening. O. Wattem,
Alfred Johnson and another man
whose name could not. be learned
drove off the side of the little ce
ment bridge south of the electric
light plant and went all in a heap
on the rocks that line the bottom
and flank the sides of the creek. The
auto is almost a complete wreck
Mr. Johnson received some bruises
and was badly shaken up as also
were the other occupants. Smoke
from the blaae bore down on the
party and hid the bridge from view.
n»ifi ,HH riffling
SPKCUL WEDMSiM)0 WOU
iBAmUGlVUlO AT Mfll
Chocolate eclairs, cream puffs, la
dy fingers, cocoanut macaroons, but
ter scotch pi#, pumpkin pie. mince
pie, cranberry pte, congress tarts,
special coffee cake, jelly doughnuts,
fruit buns. French pastry finished
•With butter cream fruit cake, layer
cakes, devil's food cake,, finger rolls,
twist rolls, Parker house rolls, and
many more good things for your
was taken to
if tail* aft
VJV '.J, ^-'S
1%l4lfiiie, Me*. M.-4fc tN Mia
John Frederick, who have lived in
Parkston for several years, are be
lieved to be one of the oldest cou
ples in the United States. Mr.
Frederick celebrated his 100th birth
day and his wife is 97 years old.
Mr. Frederick was bora in South
Russia in 1820, during the reign Of
Alexander I. Mr. Frederick is Rus
sian by birth and the couple was
married in Russia in 1844. For 36
years they lived in Russia together,
and then, In 1880, when Mr. Fred
erick was 69 years old, the couple
traveled almost half way across the
world to seek a new home. They
came to South Dakota when the
state was yet a territory and have
lived here ever since. Of the 2
children born to the couple, only one
Co., is giving you an annual reduc-'
tion sale on corsets and brassieres—
Like in the olden time*, at Mr*,
Arjfhiore, MiTa., Nov. 'Ill.:—A
search extending from Oklahoma to
California was instituted today for
Mrs. Clara Hamoh, of Ringllng,
Okla.. charged with shooting Jake
Hamon, millionaire oil king and re
publican national committeeman.
Hamon is in a hospital seriously
wounded. He had claimed he acci
dently shot ink self.
Husband Is lOflt
Wife Is 97
This has been i
Woman Who Shot
Hides and Wool
Reach Low Point
•••"'Slbttr Mil, Nov. 2».—CMwea hid
es and wool reached the lowest point
on the markets of the country today
they have attained for the past 12
years. At least that la the claim
made to a reporter today by Felix
Livingston of Livingaon Brothers,
hides and wool merchants of this
city this morning.
"I have just received my daily
quotations on hides and wool," re
marked Mr. Livingston, "Just look
at them. Green hides 5 and 6 cents
wool 15 cents. These prices are the
lowest that we have been quoted for
a period of more than 12 years."
O Mf 1 I,
Pierre, Nov. 22.—That individual
electric lighting systems are popular
on the farms of Dakota la shown in
sthe figures submitted to the state
immigration department the dif
ferent companies installing "these
systefns within the state.
They show that
food as new,
such systems in use in the state, cov
erteg every organised county excc/t
Btekon, aad getting into the reser
Brown county has the largest
number, with 130 Lincoln is next
wttk 1.2? Gregory west of the river,
up with 114, aad Faulk VI
•iift 301 of th*se Indlvldnal sys-
g00d showing of
aanMrs is doing to make
good season for the deer hunters.
The very first of the season saw
snow and sinee then there has been
a number of snow storms which have
made it ejisy for the hunters to lo
cate the game, which is said to be
very plentiful In many parts of the
The local hunters are not the on
ly ones that are bringing in game.
Charter No. :1J49
red to secure postal aavings deposits (par
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps ac
Total U. S. Government securities
t. Other bonds, securities, etc.—
e- Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not inciedmr
stocks), owned and unpledged
Total bonds, securities, etc., -other thai*
I. V Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent or
t, a Value ot banking house, owned and unin
fc '.Kyuity in blinking house
Furniture and fixtures
it. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
If. ash in vituIt and net mounts due from national
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trustfc'
companies in the United States (other thart
r--., included In Items 11, 12 or 13)
i^hecks on other banks in the same city or town
as reporting bank (other than Item 15)
Total of Items 1L\ 13, 14. 15. and l«
J* .• Checks on banks located outside of city or towrt
of reporting bank and other cash items......
SfL Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and du«*
v from I ri. Treasurer
interest eartiMl but not collected—approximate
—on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due.
ft. "Hher assets, if any
Capital stock paid k«..
a L"ndi\ ide! profits »#7,Sa7.jP|
Uess current expenses, interest, and taxes paid^
Interest and discount collected or credited in ad*
Circulating notes outstanding
Amount due to Federal
(other tlian for money borrowed)
Total ot demand deposits (other than banlfc
deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 33, 34, 38*
36, 37. and 38 SMJIMt
fit. Q-rtiflcates of deposit (other than for money bori»
State, county, or other municipal deposits secure*!
Other time deposits '.i„.,*•*
Tolal of time deposits subject to Reserve*.
Items 3!t. 40 it and 42 SS4.SM.9t
United States deposits (other than postal savings)|
Bills payable, other than with Federal Reservf
Hank (including all obligations representing? «4'
money borrowed other than rediscounts)
Pmfable with Federal Reserve Bank
Liabilities for rediscounts with Federal Reserv#.
Bank (see Item Id)
Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Fed*
eral Reserve Bank (see Item lc)
not including uniu
Doaweod, "Nov 23.—Daring tlus
past few weeks there have been over
200 hunting licenses issued in th&»
county, and the surrounding hills
are full of hunters looking for deer.
Numbers of the hunters have re
turned and with very- few exceptions
they have brought back the limit of
game with them.
Numbers from the central and east- I the highest test crude oil in
ern part of the state have arrived in United States, and these small pro
the city taken out licenses and left I ducing wells are bringing their own
for thr higher hills. Some have al-' ers a good profit.
South Dakota, at the close of business on No*
l.oatis and discounts, including
(except those shown in and c)
Notes and bills rediacounted with
lg items in Schedule 23) »••••«.*"*.
I I I
State of South Dakota, County of Lake, sat—
I, F. J. Schueller, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
ipMKrlhed a** swora te iefMe ase this ifst day of November, 1920.
Hasvold's Grocer Specials
Good Freah Roasted Coffee, per pound now a-—.—35c
Good bulk tea, 45 and 60c, World's Best Tea. „f)0c
Finest seedless raisins 1920 crop, 33c, 2 pounds S5c
1920 California Soft Shell Budded Walnuts per pound .40c
'v*.. %'"m EXTRA SPECIAL --1'- tPz-y.
1 pound corn starch regular price 15c we wiU give yea
for the next 10 days 2 packages for
Same applies to gloss starch, only 2 to a customer.
Fresh package Currants in pound packages only—.*£te
Fine fresh prunes only, per pound 20c
Dutch Cleanser, worth 15c, only 2 to a customer for the
next ten days 2 cans for —15k
Fine Cranberries, Fine Celery, Jlge Huts* Fine Apples,
and big Grspe Fruit 2 for 25c
Buy our coffees and teas, our Fresh Roast
ed Coffees are different both in quality aad
price. Save money on your coffees.
HASVOLD COFFEE COMPANY
toil Wells 1
NoV.' V,. —DrflTlTtg In
the Osage field in Wyoming is going jS
on with feverish activity. The peo- jS
pie of this city are deeply interest- S
ed in a number of properties in that |3»
section, especially in the Townsend
Bros., and Rogers A Wright lease.
Two wells have been brought in
on this property, one of them pro
ducing 22 barrels a day, and is one
of the largest producers in the field.
The company is having a number
of other holes drilled on its prop
erty. with the expectation of strik
ing even larger producers. The oil
which is being produced in the Os
age field is very profitable, being
vember 15. 1920.
Federal Reserve Bank (.other
than bunk acceptances) (set
Item 54a) S SPhfSS.14^
Notes and bills rediscounted other
than with Federal Reserve Bank
other than bank acceptances
Hold) Item 54b) $$»€15.87
Foreign Bills of Kxohange or drafts sold with
indorsement of this bank, not ahown under
Item above (see Item 5 t«l
MverdraHs, unsecured, |o,8^.".72 .
I,lability foreign banks and banker* for1
drafts in.l bills accepted by this bank to cre
ate dollar exchange and now outstanding
U. S. Government securities owned—
to sccure circulation (U. S.
condition of the First National Bunk^at Madiaon, in the state of
Net amount due to national banks.
Net amounts due to baiiks, Vankers, and trust comp.
panies in the United states and foreign countriea
(.other than included in Items 28 or 29)..
Certified checks outstanding ,,
t^SHiner's checks on own bank outstanding. .......
Total of Items 28, 29. 30, 31, and 32 i•*± TT.MSJg
33. Individual deposits subject to check
34. Certificates of deposit due in leas tbea
5,310. I S
1 the outdoors.
31,0 W. 0u
•I 22,625.91 15
Bank (see Item lc)
itingent labilities (54 a, b, e, and dl ._. f,
F. J. SCHUELLER,
*. B. o
I here at $27 to S50"
i 't** *n
For the Last
IE. P. Grinager & Son
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA
Let us help you make it a success. We offer:
i* *+, "'C,
When one fatla always ttved
bago, mauaaatte pains, eora
stiff krtnta it ia not aJwlys «ar te to-
Scadder's Sanitary Market
Everything for the table
or Nffm from
tm i W»• 4SN0 er
have been the holiday clothes for discrimin
ating men and young mea.
And in these days of big business, where good
1 appearance is an ever important requisite,
2,862. s7! are plkying their part in the office as
They cost no more than j?ood clothes should—
and they are cheaper in the long run than the
so called "less expensive," as they give longer
You can buy ^Sincerity Oothc9
Florida Orange* v
letes and figs V- '„T «.
Iceberg Head Lettutjfc
7 i ,*$
barkarba, tarn- II A Y CnjUPn
jra nutacke or A. linldiffWoJGlC.
caa ba traced
DR. C. C. HOAttJLND
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