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Our Valentines Are Here
All the way from 2 for 5c to 75c each. Come and see them. Cut •|liHsof hearts and cupid, 10c pack. Decorated Valentine Crepe Pa pers, Nut Baskets, Place Cards, Tally Cards. If you are planning on a party for Valentine bring us your order early. J. CHRIS SCHUTZ THE CITY. The Old Reliable Druggist BUSINESS LOCALS W. T. Stearns & Son have installed a new system for oiling harness. I Have two competent men and are! going to operate on the co-operation! plan. $1.75 per set. Mr. Louis Kreidler, eminent1 American baritone, will appear in the training school auditorium, Mon-i #ay, Jan. 31. Mr. Kreidler has for' years sung with the Metropolitan! Opera Co., sharing honors with Ca-' ruso, Farar, Gadsky and Homer. Farmers tributary to Madison de-j wiring to ship their live stock! through the Shipping association. please call Farmers' Elevator. i) For Sale, or trade, at Bryant, S. j10*1/ dwelling property by the owner, J. W. Williams. Phone M483 For Sale. Our home with lots and garage. Phone 3646. Cobs for sale, delivered. Phone 3186. You will find a beautiful line of dresses in the spring styles, at Mrs. St ruble's. For Sale. Six weeks seed pota toes.—John J. Richter, phone 6324, rural. Remember COrbin 6 Richter's bred sow and gilt sale, Madison Pa vilion, Thursday, February 10th. For Sale. Two Shorthorn bulla, John C. Foley, phone 6117. Dwelling property for sale or I trade by the owner, J. W. Williams. Phone M483. For Sale. Piano. Will take cow: in part payment. Phone 3843. For Sale. My residence property1 consisting of 2 acres, good house and barn, Geo. Haley, Union Ave. S. A young lady with two children wishes position as housekeeper. In quire at this office. Terms month. Hard and soft coal at Thompson's elevator. Phone 2335. "Watches- r% .j Cu Kailroad OlCindaroL I will icci p) i ij111iiI'tl c*nt We feel that the time is here for farmers, merchants and mechanics! SCAM* EASK TREATMENT, to pull together. We have made big} Scalp Ease is a medical shampoo, reductions in our whole line. The sure remedy for itching scalp, fall harness season is here. Every far-jing hair and scalp rash. R. J. Hal •»pr should look us over, and see neth will give a free demonstration What we have to offer. We have the' with each and every bottle sold, at help and must keep them a jumping. Busy Bee Barber shop. C. J. Clark, —W. T. Stearns & Son, Prop. IK IUIIII of pupils in piano instruction.—DeVere Smith, studio, room 7, Garner block. Phone 3403. ON AWD AFTER. February first, (he undersigned banks will open for business to th« public at 9 a. m. —Dakota State Bank —First National Bank —Security State Bank —Lake County National Bttk. o PAVfNCi AKSKSSMKXT NOTICE. First assessment on curb and gut ter on Center street and lower Egan avenue is due and payable at the Luke County bank on or before Feb 1921. A penalty of 1 per be charged unless paid then. Paving assessment becomes due on or before Feb. 15, 1921. By order of City Commissioners. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Darlow was an afternoon passenger for Winfred. Mrs. Alvin Hagen is spending the I day with her sister in Went worth. Mrs. W. C. Youel is at Sioux Falls calling on her sister,* Mrs. W. B. Mitchell. Mrs. Phil Lewis and two children, i Russell and Pearl were in from Win fred yesterday. Rev. L. L. Mann departed for the I western part of the state yesterday i to be gone for about two weeks, i Miss Luellu Moran departed for Sioux Fall* today for a week-end visit with C. H. Kelley and family. Mrs. E. E. Bede arrived from Pipestone last evening for a visit with her daughter Mrs. Belle Stru ble. Dan Denouden, for several days :i business caller in Colton, returned Furnace hard coal $18.50 per ton., this forenoon to his home at Edger --Farmer's Elevator. ton, Minn. Ladies, turn in your old machine E. E. Nat wick, Miss Ella Shea, for a new Singer at W. S. Damuth's and George Masker were among the and thus lighten your spring sewing. ieople from Madison spending the on now machines $3 per. day in Sioux Falls. i Mrs. Ed. Fulwlder went west to Winfred last evening to attend a birthday party given in honor of her daughter, Mrs. George Hardick. See Millard for overalls. Big Type Poland China fluffing boars for sale.—Joe Westaby, Madi-, for the past two weeks of her sister, son, S. D. Mrs. A. H. Nolan, departed today for See Millard for shoes. her home at Hawarden, Iowa. Hard and soft coal at Thompson's! A. F. Dworak and W. E. Caldwell elevator. Phone 2335. Wash ice delivered in the city and will also cut ice at Lake Herman for farmers and others wanting ice to store.—Terwilliger & Caldwell, phone 3585. E. C. Grimm's annual Duroc sale will be held at Madison Pavilion, Thursday, Feb. 3. Slain correct time with you by buying one of our watches. We specialize in fine iiwM pieces aad carry «U the America* made watches. PORTER BROS. LEADING JEWELER! hlllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIflllllUIIMIIIIlllllllllllUIIUIIIIIIIIIIHIINIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIINIUIIIII Miss Gertrude Burke, the guest transacted business in Wentworth in the interval between trains. Grace Collings was an eastbound passenger to Flandreau this fore noon. Miss Collings will be the week-end guest of relatives there. Martin Martinson and daughter, Miss Louise, went back home to Colman this morning following sev- iiiiiiiuuuwiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiaiiuiuuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini CORRECT TIME ALL THE TIME You can get it from one big clock the store or by calling 2160, we are glad to serve you *n waX* You can carry the 11! days rtalt here with their rett i v '«*. Mrs-. .Mary SpurliL was a morning passenger east to a Airlie, a small ?iwn located near Pipestone. She v ii be the Sunday guett of rela i es. Mrs. Thomas Morse and daughter. i-s. B. R. Laird, also Mrs. Peter H'dlem, all of Fedora spent several i urs in this City yesterday doing -me trading. Mrs. L. Has void who has been1 topping at the home of her son, G. 1. Hasvold, and wife, since return from Aberdeen left this morning Flandreau. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott who have ?n making their home in Madison have decided to locate near Hart i !-d. Mrs. Scott left for that place lay going by way of Sioux Falls, ll-r husband preceded her a number f! days ago. I Rev. J. G. Buth, of St. Johns theran church departed for Men n where he will occupy Rev. Lang- i .Iz's pulpit at both services to trrow. Because of his absence no -vices will be held in his own ireh on Sunday. L. VanOlst changed trains here ?terday while enroute hom^ to ^ssington Springs from attendance i Sioux Falls at the annual meet a of the Lake Park Oil Corpora n Mr. Van Olst is manager of the v jssington Springs branch. The local high school basket bait .tn experienced no difficulty whaC» ever in wresting a victory from the hUrh school boys from Elk Point last nU'ht. The game was interesting and well played before a large crowd who felt sure that the locals would win before the contest was half over. The scoro stood 17 to 37 in favor of Madison. THE CHURCHES. TRINITY LUTHERAN. Sunday school ft: 30 a. m. No morning services. Luther league Bi ble study at 7:15 p. m. English ser vices 8 p. m. The pastor will preach on the subject, "Retaining the Sun in Sunday." The Trinity octet will sing. Confirmation class Monday 4:15 p. m. Boy Scouts at H. S gym nasium 7 S and rlasa meeting at 8. Ladies aid Thursday 2:30 at the Ed Bohn home. Mid-week ser vices Thursday 8 p. m. at Mrs. Iouin's home. Saturday school 9-12 a. ni. Lutheran students and strang ers are especially invited to worship with us. We aim to bring helpful gospel message*.—C. K. Solberg, pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. "Busy in His Name." By this time the city has become aware of the fact that the foregoing is not on ly a slogan adopted by the First Methodist Episcopal church but tells the whole store of the program of that church. In line with the other pastors the sermon theme for Sun day morning will be "Putting the Sun in Sunday." At the evening ser vice the theme will be "Doped or Trained Hearts," it is expected that a large congregation will attend this service. We still have room for more in the Sunday school and know of several who should be there. The live wire Epworth league offers to the young people a fine opportunity for religeous and social life, get the habit of regular attendance. Don't forget that Sunday night Feb. 6th is to be Normal night and we are to have a great time. We are here to make good on "Busy in His Name," call us for the service we can render.—R. C. Ballard, min ister. FIRST BAPTIST. Sunday school, 10:30 a. m. ser mon, 11:30 a. m. subject, Putting the Sun Into Sunday B. Y. P. U., 6:45 p. m. service, 7:30 p. m. In the evening the stereopticon will be used with more than eighty slides on Porto Rica, Central America, Mexico, the backward parts of the Nnited States and also views of wel fare work in our great cities and industrial centers. There will also be sung "America the Beautiful il lustrated by 17 slides. You are cor dially invited to come and enjoy the evening with u».—C. Bsbern Peters, paster. ftftST PRE8BYTERIA*. The North Church On The Ave nue. Preaching at 10:30 and 7:30. Morning subject, Putting the Sun In Sunday. Evening, Christianity, The Developer of Manhood. Sunday school at 11:46. The church where you are welcome. Paul Sheldon, minister. o ANNUAL CONFERENCE BROOK* INGS. W. 9. HIU. of HanBon county, was elected president of the State Farm Bureau federation by a unanimous vote Thursday afternoon, January 2 7th. The following were elected as members of the board of directors: First congressional district, O. S. Thompson, Minnehaha county, two year term, and John Odland of Turner county, one year second con gressional district, H. K. Dubach, Clark county, two year term, and W. H. Davis, Spink county one year third congressional district, P. L. Kelso, Fall River county, two year term, and Edgar Watwood, Haakon county, one year. The augmented program now cov ers marketing of grain, livestock, wool, seed and potatoes crop and livestock statistics organization work, executive department, legisla tion, legal investigations, news ser vice and advertising, general office expensese and emergency needs. With the increased financial support voted to the federation, it is expect ed that the state farm bureau can soon launch a constructive program of work for South Dakota agricul ture.—Iiake County Farm Bureau. o WELFARE NICiHT AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHlliCH SUNDAY. The public will be interested to know that Sunday evening will be welfare evening at the First Baptisl church. More than 80 pitcures il lustrating welfare work at home and in Latin America will be thrown on the screen by the powerful arc light stereopticon that will be used. Hos pital work, educational work, social settlement work, etc., will be graph ically presented. The tremendous task and the great effort made by the good people to meet, this task will be brought vividly to attention. Many have asked when will you^con tinue the "Tissot Pictures?" They will be continued soon. They will be all the more appreciated as we learn of the great welfare work that is being accomplished in the name of the. "Prophet of Nazareth" at home and abroad. o Ancient 45-Story Stone Flat Building Is Found Baltimore, Md.—The discov ery of a stone "apartment" building 45 stories high and con taining 1,000 rooms, believed to have been the home of a now extinct tribe of American Indi ans, was announced at n meet ing of the Archaeological Insti tute of America at Johns Hop kins university. The "apart ment" was uncovered with a group of towns representing an ancient civilization In the midst of the southwestern desert. It was unearthed by the School of American Research conducted at Santa Fe, N. M., by the institute. It was described by Edgar L. Hewett, director of the school, at the meeting of the institute held In conjunction with the American Philological associa tion and the Maya society. Indian J- BUYS WATCHES FOR SUBJECTS Princess Wants Her Not to Rely People on i Sun for Time of Day. Genera.—The begum (princess) of Bhopal, India, who bought 4,000 sil ver watches to take back to her peo ple in the central Indian state when she visited Switzerland in 1911, has just sent for another lot of 2,500 time pieces. She wants her subjects to be punctual and not rely on the sun for the time of day. I The Mohammed princess of Bhopal probably is the only female ruler of a state in India, and is also called sul tan. The throne of Bhopal has de scended iu a female line for more than 73 years and many of the begums have displayed modern tendencies in look ing after the welfare of their subjects who number (565,000. Sultan Jahan begum succeeded to the throne I n 1901. Bhopal is the principal province of central India and Its capital, the city of Bhopal, has about 75,000 popula tion. Basketball Game DAKOTA WESLEYAN VS* MADISON NORMAL Wednesday, Feb. 2 N'OKMAI. (JYMNASIl'M Col. C. S. PRICE AUCTIONEER NO SALE TOO LARGE. TOO SUA LI* OR TOO FAR AWAl Telephone or see me at HOIDAL'S GARAGE Telephone 2170 Madison, fl, D. CHAS. A. TRIMMER CONSULTING ENGINEER Land Drainage, Survej a and Municipal Engineering MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA E. SHERIDAN & SON REAL ESTATE Cet Workman's Compensation INSURANCE C. J. GEE LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: House SS88 Office 2205. Over tSore. tr MADISON/ ft. Dak INDEPENDENT Dray Line Under New Management JEFFERSON & MINER PHONE 2119 Heavy and light team work of all kinds. 1m We do everything hauling. Eyea Ex&miaed in your community. the waj CHIROPRACTOR MATHILDA HOGB. D. C. Ph. O. Office at Res., 416. 1st St. N. W. 3% Blocks West of Lyric Theatre. Hours: 2 to 6 P. M. or by ments. Phone SSfil. MR. AND MRS. A. G. HALLENBECK Undertaker* PHONES: House 3653 Office AUTO HEARSB SBRVICl Over Geo. Beck's Piraltare Store E MADISON SOOTH DAKOTA 2366 B. L. SHELDON CHIROPRACTOR Office Hoars: 9:00 to 11:30 ft. Ih 1:10 te 6:00 p. m. Bgatemer Bldg. Madiaon.jS.JP. Dr. O. O. HOAGLAND, Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Complete Records of Dr, Fru4e& feld'g Patients. Dakota State Bank Bld^ Madison, S. D. Drs. Kellogg & Allison PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS i'efephoaa 2183 af-f S.D. •vV HOLDING YOUR PAPEB three feet off to read means an imperative need of glasses. Don't bring on further eyestrain. Come to me for an examina tion of the eyes and glasses to enable you to read easily. J. J. YAEGER, O. D, At The Court House MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY THURSDAY-FRIDAY January 31—february 1--February 2--February 3—fcbruary 4 Merchants and Community Institute PRYOR IRWIN Popular Lecturer and Investigator Interesting, Entertaining, Instructive. For the benefit' of the entire community. You will be a better merchant lawyer, farmer, teacher, salesman and citizen after at- tending the sessions of this remarkable institute an#. EXCLUSIVE OPTICAL SERVICE Frames Fitted hearing the interesting lectures on important subjects ji LECTURE EACH EVENING AT 8 O'CLQCK THIS IS FREE TO EVERYBODY IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIig I Union Grain and Seed Co. Grain and Seedst Hard and Soft Coal Briquets, Woodv" i PHONE 2334 YOUR ORDER FOR SER^ldfe rTllllllllllillillilllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllUlllliiiiiliiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHfij jJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMl GO TO A SPECIALIST FOR SPECIAL SERVICES When you are sick you go to a doctor, when you get into diffi culties you go to a lawyer. These men are fitted by experience to serve you best. S When in need of the services of a plumber, go to a man js enough about his business to make It his business. 5 When you do business with a "side liner" you get "side line" serv 55 ice. Permit us to assist you in the selection of your equipment and in its installation. Our long experience is a safeguard against S disappointment and regret. E Prices of Plumbing and Heating materials hare dropped from 20 S to 56% or an average of about 86%. You need not watt longer s to modernize your home. Call us at once to figure on your require ment* before the spring rush. C. L. BREEDLOVE PLUMBING Egan Avenue fffeones 2184—322$ ifllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIHIIIIll HACK? KIM.KY8 ANO ftlAAt ft" '-v '4 *. fX' 'f "J- y i i-« -a P. i v •. ,*.. -:f ."J •S i 1 1 r* v V'Vf' «'vV. ft «***., "H :& "V if who knows V.