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SwMHey'8 tomorrow.
No Christmas dinner is complete
JttUtout iee cream. The Sugar Bowl
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west portion.
•USOOHB LOCALS
Let Runchey's roast your turkey,
etc., and let mother have more time
Art Um rest of the Christmas dinner.
and soft coal at Thompson's
Phone 2335.
Will appreciate a box of his
brand of cigars. Buy them
at the Sugar Bowl. Phone 215?
Johnathan apples per box 11.50-
Kelley,
Vafc&tg one of those
bulk or brick
iBfVfti nut. tfcrwr laarw. neapolitan.
atfebWbOi ry, vaadSU# ebacolate or any
other cream made to your order.
Wo deliver when requested. Phone
oarly to 2152.
fit*its afld vegetables for
mm dinner at Kolley's.
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Mr soap ad. in
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fait Jfaur CftTtetmaa rake at- Run-
flltgar Bowl haa in stoek for
«MMt select line of
trn %r dMBti in the city. The
WMlftlltwr grapes, dates.*figs,
Wpnges and extra fancy
MMIles. We also have the
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Pleaty of
art at THoaiiaon's
1338.
ba opea until
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*aht. Closed all day
eandiea,
fresh nitf
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.Ittfa aawrtawat
chonrtatos
tws at the ftu»r
.* higtt trade Cferist
can mA at 25c
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iMitraeted after this date,
ay. Dee. 22, 1920.—
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Alexander returned this
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morning to
her home at Colton.
Misa Rose U a Klostreiclc who as
sists in Mrs. Struble's dressmaking1
parlors depart* on Saturday morning
for her home at Went worth.
as Merlin Wilkin and her broth
er ft. W Wilkin arc now oa their
way to Monro* county, Iowa, far I
i few days visit with relatives.
Mr and Mrs. Arae Brager a ad
i their children departed this morn
ing Decora M. Iowa, to sp^ud Christ
mas with Sirs. Bragers mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hurley, Pa
slding in the southeast part of town
are announcing today the arrival oi
a baby boy in their home last even
ing.
Lewis Mudmb, assistant bookeep
er at th»» First National bank, stated
today that he expects to spend
Christmas with his sister In l»roy
township.
Mikh Myrtle BJornatad who ta a
student at the Chicago university,
arrived home today to remain over
the holidays with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Nick Bjornstad.
Miss Millie Sandl*bai| ofcanged
trains at this point, while ea route,
from Lake Preston to Pipestone,
where she will remain with her par
ents over the holiday reason
County Auditor, L. S. Martin's two
assistants. Miss Teona Johnson and
Miss Florence Phillips are to enjoy
a brief vacation from regular work
over the Christmas period. Miss
Johnson goes to Junius and Miss
Phillips to Spring Valley.
Mrs, George Porter who has been
a patient at the local hospital for
about five weeks owing to a fractur
ed hip has recovered sufficiently to
be removed to her own home.
Dr. D. 8. Baughmaa drove to Win
fred last evening professional
business.
The snow drifts were so bad on
the south cut-off that the morning
passenger train for Sioux Falls had
to detour by way of Bgan. A local
freight got stalled in the mow and
finally reached this city with only a
part of the train they started with.
Again last evening the trains from
the south and east were way behin#!
their regular running time. Sno#j
plows We working out la aH direct
tioaa backing drifts that entirely
clog eaia.
A couple of ioux City men hava
leased the MeKinaon building one
aouth of the Kramer Clothing
a store and by the first of
tlm yasr hope to be in shape for cat*
ering to the public. Messrs. Delaney
and Nichols are the men who are un
der the proposition that means a
most modern cafe for Madison. New
fixtures have been ordered and plans plete.
for remodelling are now in the! Madison
hands of carpenters and decorators, Reports
A grill room, tiled floor, marble
counters and plate cases are some
of tiie expensive features that ha^e
been planned, if anyone has a natue
to saggant for the new eating head
quarters the firm would be glad to
consider it. The one whose choice is
accepted is sure to receive a prise.
CoaiaOeeln, ij
NarthernZdmck
tterre. Dec. 23.—-The people of
novtihetn Ziebach country are rejoic
ing over the discovery of a new vein
of coal in that section, which is pro
nounced to be of better grade than
any heretofore opened up.
One peeuliar feature of this find
is that It was discovered under a
"gamba flat" and not in the hills.
tfea coal vein lies at a shallow
dejttl. the overlying gumbo strata
aaly from two to four feet in
and it is scraped off and
the coal vein, Which is about four
feet in thicknaw, opened up for min-
ln a 8(oux Falls i lug withaa* lyiiiMdlu# in any wa,y»
hotna for a two! tito gtraa that loaallty a
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ter ai«ftt lying in sock -ffeape ttuMb.' it^aa»:
i be easily mined
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OUR GLAS^S ARE SIGHT PRESERVERS
am buoys of hope to ihip wrecked eye*.
Hy «nrc sight, dispel the gloom of defective vision and raider service
btEfOBS pfioB.
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J. J. YAEGER, O. D.
XXCUjglVI OPTICAL 8BRVK2B
Alice'
Misses Lucile tillsnn and
day afternoon, having been granted
two weeks for rest and recreation.
H. E. Stockber«er accompaniwl
his two daughters. Misses Marvel
and Ardis, to Hlnton. Iowa, for a
Christmas visit with relatives. Mrs.:
Stockberger preeeded them by a few
days.
John Reedor has fully recovered
from the effects of bullet wounds in
his stomach and Is able to leave the
hospital today. He return* UUa alt-,
ernoon to his pareata' bone at Ha
mona.
Miss Louise Cook, of the office!
force at the First National bank,}
made her departure for Mankato, i
Minn., this morning. 9he will be
the
guest
of her mother, until the
end of the holiday period.
Mrs. Belle Struble and her tw»
nieces Bessie and Edna EnglebritsoA
depart on Saturday morning for
Pipestone where for several days
they are to be the gseata of the
former's daughter, Mr*. Bessie
Beede.
Y. M.C.A.Secretary:
Held For Forgery
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Prisoner Forced To
Get Out Of Jail
Qregory, Dk. 23.—The trials and
vicissitudes incident to the bootlog
ginx profession were illustrated in
the experiences of Bowman Jaros of i 2
Gregory, who waa recently sentenced 15
to 30 days in the Gregory county s
jai) for peddling ''moonshine." jS
Jaros was fined $62 or 30 days S
in jail. He did not have the |62,'
so was placed in durance vile. At
first it was rather disagreeable, but 3
he became resigned to the necessity's
of "sticking it out." But one morn-IS
ing Sheriff Huston told him to leave, js
In vain the prisoner pleaded that hej£
had no money to pay his fine, that
Neb.. Dec. 23.
out
Sillpton who hold teaching positions!®™! authorities of the eastern di»- 5
at Flandreau arrived home yester- trict of Idaho, Fred N. Morris, sec- S
C. A. of Central
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work in the corn picking and other S
lines was scarce and paid little. He 3
protested vigorously, but at last was IS
forced to leave
balance of his
coulfil aerate together tha vfre^e- E
witltfri.
f.
and told to pay the S
fine as soon as he!
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°f a complaint filed by the fed- 5
retary of the Y. M. C. A.
City has been placed under arrest
and taken back to Pocatello. The
complaint alleges that Morris forged
the name of one O. J. Barber to a
United States check for $60 by plac
ing the name of Barber on the back
of the cheek. Morris was a clerk In
the Y. M. C. A. at Pocatello before
coming to Central City. He stated
that he expected to clear himself of
the charge as soon as he was given
the opportunity. He claimed that he
had been made the "goat" by men
he had accommodated wMe'ba
at Pocatello
Floaters Swamp hi
Employment Bureaus 1
succeeded in placing 4) of
tbam.
The condition ii to aa sense
alarming, because Ttimfp attrsy ts a
large amount of unemployment
among the common laborers at this
period of the year, especially among
those having reasonable occupations
it was said. lee cutting will reduce
this number considerably when it
begins.
Practically all of the unemployed
seem to be supplied with funds to
keep them for a time without wrnk
if none to available* the agency re*
ported.
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AFOPOJA VSBMCTit-
KiMento of
pie.
Grateful thousand* tell It
Of weak hacks made strtmgi*-*
Of weak kidneys made well-W'
Urinary disorders corrected.
Madison people add their testi
mony.
They praise Doan'a Kidney Pilla.
Madison evidence to now com-
testimony is confirmed
of early relief substan-
by teat at
Merit doubly
time.
Let a Madison citizen speak.
Mrs. L. T. Crow, Third St.. and
Washington Ave., says: "My back
bothered me very much. I had pains
across my kidneys and was bothered
with dizzy spells. I used one box of
Doan's Kidney Pills and they helped
me wonderfully in every way."
OVER SEVEN YEARS LATER,
Mrs. Crow said: "I have the same
faith in Doan's Kidney Pills that I
have always had. I keep my kid
neys in good order by using a few
of Doan'a dbw and than."
Price «k, at all dialers. Don't
simply ask tor a kidtiey remedy—
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
that Mrs. Crow had. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y.
°aS»?'"£JEE.
rjbe without It." fWafsi
Tar acts entofcljr. iJiiifM
and craup, outs tie
n no oplatM.,
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Sioux City, Dec. 23.- An influx
of "floaters" into Sioux City
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25% OFT
Satur­
day and Sunday was reported by
em­
ployment agencies today. Corn pick
ers and other term laborers are
flocking to the city to obtain winter
employment, but are finding it
scarce. One agency, in three hours
this morning, had 71 applications
for work which could not be filled,
according to the proprietor. Anoth
er agency had more than 100 appli
cant! and
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Ttiere is still a large enough assortment of
Christmas articles left on our shelves from
which to make desirable selections. Our
25% reduction still holds on this Christmas
line. Be sure to call before the stock is
further diminished
RENSCH HAKDWAKE CO.
GREETINGS
Tof all our present Customer^
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all Prospective Ones
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CHINA SHOP The Gift Shop
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Prop. 4m Eatf fm Uk
SOAP SPECIALS
Kirk's flake White tile most popular
Laundry Soap—
Net price per box 100 barst.
Net price per box 50 barsv,* ..|3J0
price per boat 25 bars....
Swift's White Laundry an excellent soap
and a snap—
Net price per box 100 bars^
llet price per box 50 bars*..
Ket price per box 25 bars^ i
Jergen s Violet Glycerine a regular fifteen
cent Toilet Soap
Net priee 3 bar$.
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We wish to co-operate and have decided to reduce our labor
•charges on all work done at this garage. Bring your Ford car here
!for repairing or overhauling^ You are assured that nothing but
^genuine Ford parts will be put into your car. We have expensive
time saving machinery. We know how to overhaul Fords properly.
Our labor charges will be moderate. We invite comparison in prices
on J^res, Tubes, Oils and all staple Ford accessories*
PARKER AUTO CO,
Madison, South Dakota
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On Christmas Day you will give your fam
ily the best dinner you can provide. Here
are a few suggestions of some of the good
things we have for you.
MENU
GARNISHED
Mince Pie—Plum-*-Pumpkin Pie
Pie materials for any kind of pie you want to make, ar puddiags
either.
FRUIT
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Grapes, Oranges, Apples, Grape Fruit, etit
NUTS
,v Any kind of nuts you want separata or mixed»
^riwinE. Currants, Candies, Cigars, Cigarettes,
SOME DINNER? WE'LL SAY SO.
SLACK'S
Ht Stare that is here to Serve Yon. Call ns ttfr t&6 s
cold to come down and we will gladly deliver your order. s
Phone 2135
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Where is there a housewife
s who does not delight in appetizing meals—particularly dur
5 ing the joyous- Xmas season?
E We work hand in hand with the housewife in this
S respect.
All those out of the ordinary, particularly appetizinz ar
ticles that are hard to secure at this time of the year abound
with us.
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WITH CHERRIES
We have drape Fruit la two sizes and fine Cherries ta two siasa.
SOUP
Atty kind of map you like, practically ready ta aupwa.
TURKEY
We do not carry any fresh meats but know that the meat shops
hav*» some real ones for you. Here are some of the good
things we have to offer you to go with the Turkey.
Cranberries, Celery, Radishes, Jams, Marmalades, QliiW*
Pickles, etc.
Everything you can think of to go with the turkey.
SALAD
head Mtnct, «ck as other oi^grtwn sliitfti, any
thing you need for fruit or other kinds of salads, including'
salad dressings.
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