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ADMISSION I**.* LYRIC THEATRE Tuesday and Wednesday EXTRA 10 REELS BYRANT WASHBURN —IN "THE AMATEUR DEVIL" His sweetheart turned him down because he was too good, so he started out to make old hades sizzle! —ALSO BEAUTIFUL, DARING NELL SHIPMAN The Star of "Back To Clod's Country" "SOMETHING NEW" Buck Jones A ROMANCE OF THE MEXICAN BORDER Featured by the wildest and most thrilling motor driving ever registered by a camera. 37 people used. The wild deserts and rocky hills of Old Mexico and actual danger for a setting. ADMISSION RUBY THEATRE Nllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllflllllllllillllilliil Last Time Tonight Viola Dumij As ALSO Wednesday and Thursday in— "THE ONE MAN TRAIL" ,Tfce story of a man who had a' man's job to do and did A. the orphan• who learned V to! s e e n s hearts aflame. "DAN GEROUS TO MEN" i Charles Chaplin —IN— "THE FIRE MAN" 10c-23c 1 it i like a man. Also 2 Reel Sunshine Comedy "ROARING LIONS ON PARADE' lOc-SWc' THE CITY. WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and probab ly "Wednesday not much change in UNft£«rature heavy frost tonight. BUSINESS LOCALS The Mitterling 1'iano House Is en •Mraged over the way inquiries are being made regarding pianos and they are materializing these into ac tual sales that are satisfactory. Are you interested too? If so, look over our stock. Tor Sale. Day old white Orping ton chicks with mother hen. if de sired.—John E, Blakeslee, 821 Third ftreet, N W., city. Why pay 20c for a 1% pound loaf of Elan&y bread, when you can buy a fine fresh 1^4 pound loaf of Run ehey's bread for 15c? An 80 or 160 improved farm, 8% miles from Madison, to trade for modern residence. Phone 3462. Big opening dance at Lake Madi son pavilion Saturday evening. May 7th. Music by Bine Melody or chestra. fieed corn for sale at $2.60 to $2.90 at the Farmer's Elevator. The Mitterling Piano House has just received a large shipment of Eld ridge sewing machines, a make that is the equal of any now built. Some Eldrldges have been in urse in Madi •on for 36 years without repairs. These machines come direct from the factory—no middlemen—and are placed on sale at a price that will appeal to people's means. Many have been sold here by us. Come and see Urns. Mitterling Piano House. TAKE NOT1CH 1 !». -'X. fke regular meeting oeenrs tM| I evening at 8 o'clock in the commer dal club rooms. Every member is AND A. M. Regular communication Evergreen lodge, A. F. and A. M., Wednesday evening, May 4. Work in E. A. de gree.-—«. A. Hartwich, W. M. o Sioux Falls, S. D., May 2,1921. My Dear Six^: In compliance with #»f talk over the phone: Peter Golden of New York who lectured in Sioux Falls recently on the Irish Question gave us in a fair and comprehensive and dispassionate way the whole sweep of this ques tion. Mr. Golden is a crusader, dithout his passion and unfairness. No thinking man or woman who wants to understood the real causes of the present controversy over Ire land can afford to miss this great lecture, one of the most informative and eloquent and interesting 1 have heard in Sioux Falls for many a year. Truly, (Signed) Charles Mrs. Floyd Cole from near Went worlh submitted to an operation at the local hospital this forenoon. Roy Kennedy is back in Madison again after spending a couple of months with his family at Santa Monica, Calif. Peter Golden is announced to de liver an address on the Irish ques tion at the high school auditorium. Next Sunday evening at 8:45 o'clock. The county and all towns within its borders has very recently been billed with posters announcing the Huron state fair that bears the dates of September 12-17. C. W. Buchanan, of Mitchell, spent yesterday and today in Madison con ferring with Stanley Fockler, local representative for the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance company. The opening dance of the Chautau qua season will be held at the Lake Madison pavilion next Saturday night. The Blue Melodies orchestra company from Des Moines, Iowa, have been engaged for the opening event. Next Sunday la Mothers' Day and special observance will be given tn all the churches of the city. Special sermons and special music are being prepared and the prospects are that all pews will be filled with those who honor mother's memory. A church breakfast is rather a novel departure from the ordinary, but that departure proved to be a drawing card at the Methodist church this morning when over two hundred people partook of waffles and Byrup, ham and eggs, and several other food combinations, at ridiculously low prices. The breakfast was only a part of an interesting May festival program to come the next few days. The program In connection with the concert given by the municipal band at the high school auditorium last evening was -considered good by the people in attendance. As extra numbers Miss Covart of the normal music department gave a fine piano selection. Mrs. C. H. R. Hovde fav ored the audience with a vocal solo of unusual merit. Miss Esther Rae gave an interesting reading and ev ery number by the band brought ready applause. As a result of last night's benefit the baseball associa tion comes into possession of a tidy sum with which to purchase uni forms for Dave Altizer's players. A city baseball league is fast de veloping. The Presbyterians seem iady EXTRA 10c--30c "•O'" "O turacui tt nil iieip UUOSIt the interests of Madison and eom» unity. Do you wish to see a good road between here and Winfred? Other important matters will be brought up. R. E. Scudder, President, Geo. Beck, Secretary. M. DAY Editor of The Daily Argus-Lea4«r. LOCAL NEWS Swan (Jibuti, of Humboldt, spent several hours here todaj while trans acting business. with a challfn/sp for all Methodists who are ready to meet then on ihe local diamond. Another team la coming from the ranks of the Americaa Legion and still another from the Odd Fellows lodge. This in terest has stirred the Franklin school district and soon they will hare in the field a real bunch of huskieB who will welcome all comers. The young men of the Methodist church hold Our i to be taking the lead in organizing a team. Capt. Guy Hanson has on his available list the names of six teen players who have considerable playing ability. These men are A meeting tomorrow night for the pur pose of organising baseball malar ial. Redfield Fixes Scale Wages For Teachers Redfield, May The adoptiou of the minimum wage scale of $1,200 lr. primary and $1,500 in high school grades by the school board has assur ed Redfield that her schools will be ept up to the standard this coming year and has resulted in the signing up of several of this year's teachers for next term. Action by the board early last month in refusing to grant certain rates in order to bring the salaries up to the minimum, caused the ma jority of the teachers to withhold signing their contracts, and was re sponsible for the loss of several teachers who signed uf with other schools. There are several good positions in both primary and high school de-. yartmenta yet to be filled. An Old Debt Doubles In Size Mitchell, May 3.—Eighteen years affo Bli Fort and A. N. Hill hadj some difficulty over some trees) which Fort alleged he sold to Hill,| and for which Hill refused to pay. Fort brought suit and obtained a| judgment against Hill for $188.45. That was back in 1902. Hill never paid the judgment, and Fort appar ently dropped the case and made no effort to collect it. This week the whole matter was re-opened when attorneys for Fort filed a suit to have the judgment. A I N YOUR BARN NOW w i u e i n e e n e w e Under the stain laws a judgment bears 7 per cent interest until paid. According to the papers filed with Clerk of Courts Cattrell the interest in this particular case is $249.70, making a total of 138.15, which the complainant alleges Hill now owes him. Judgments, if unpaid, become out lawed under the South Dakota law in 20 years, and the purpose of the I suit is to obtain a renewal of the judgment before it is outlawed under the statute. Unwritten Law Upheld By Women Mason City. Ia., May 3.—C. H. Wilson, charged with murdering his wife was freed late last night by a jury consisting of three women and nine men. Wilson claimed on the stand that the shooting followed re peated efforts to make her desist ac cepting the attentions of another man George "Shorty" Latimer. The main defense was the unwritten law. It is the first time in history a husband has employed this defense for the death of a wife before a jury com posed partly of women. o HOSPITAL NOTES. Dr. It. 30 gallons barn paint, at $1.40 40 gallons barn paint, at $1.75 Best Blood's Paint at $2.25 PER GALLON Biederstaedt Hardware Store THE UNIVERSALrCAR HT HESE are mighty practical days and it's up to every man to keep on the economi cal side of every proposition. Your Ford car will meet all demands if you have us keep it in good running order. It is a bit of valuable mechanism and ought to be handled by men who know it Bring your Ford ear to us for repairs when needed. Here you are always assured of genuine Ford parts, mechanics of ability and right prices. Parker Auto Co. MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA S. Westaby returned yes- terday from Minneapolis where he had two weeks of post graduate work in the state university hospital, He did special work in kidney di seases. Mr. Johnson arrived from Chicago very recently and is now engaged in laying the cork flooring in the hos pital corridors. This material has a beautiful surface finish and its use prevents the noise common to ordi nary floors. Mrs. Ralph Orerdlrk was tn from Winfred yesterday consulting one of the physicians on the hospital staff. WE OFFER: Miss Bessie Campbell who recent ly underwent a tonsilectomy opera-! tlon departed for Naples. i Rowland Lamp, of Winfred left the new Madison hospital following an operation for the removal of his tonsils. Miss Marian Groves whose home in at Wallace submitted to an operation for appendicitis yesterday. The pa-1 Fringe lieut is doing well at the present time. Miss Alice Montgomery, principal ot' the Madison high school has en-! tered the local hospital for medical treatment. Mrs. A. C. Hammer who has been a hospital patient for a week was discharged on Sunday. Her home is, in Chester. Harold Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hanson, of Howard recently underwent the amputation of a toe from hia left foot. Harold was injured in a recent motorcycle accident. OUT THIS Otrr-XT ZS WOBTI KOV1T Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.. 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chi cago, III., writing your name and ad dress clearly. You will receive in re turn trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and group. Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets.—Sold jiarftvy where. WAS ZH no mm SATS ^irs. Josle Reed, 217 N*. Exter Ct., Tulsa. Okla.. writes: "I wa sin bed three days with my back. I took Foley Kidney l'ills and in two days was at my work again." They help eliminate from the system the poisons that cause backache, rheumatic pains, stiff points, sore u s i o s E v e y w e e Special Prices On all Jewelry and Silver ware for this week only. FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR ING A. H. KOTTKE Successor to H. C. Koehler at KoWer Pharmacr FLOOR SURFACING New or old floors sanded. Will anywhere. Get Prices. H. J. LUENEBURG PHONE 386S MADISON, SO. DAK. DR. C. C. HOAGLAND SPECIALIST EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Complete Records of Dr. Fruden feld'a Patients. Dakota State Ijank Bldg. MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA! B. L. SHELDON CHIROPRACTOR Office Honrs: 0:00 to 11:80 a. afc 1:80 to 5:00 p. m. Huntemer Bid*. Madison, S. D. A pipe's a pal packed with P. A Seven days out of every week you'll get real smoke jcy rnd real smoke contentment—if you'll get close-up to a jimmy pipe! Buy one .nd knew that for yourself! Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Princa Albert, a pipe's the greatest treat, the happiest and most appe tizing smokeslant you ever had handed out! You can chum it with a pipe—and you will—once you know that Prince Albert is free from bite and parch! (Cut out by our exclusive patented process!) Why—every puff of P. A. makes you want two more every puff hits the bullseye harder and truer than the last! You can't resist such delight! And, you'll get the smokesurprise of your life when you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Such entic ing flavor you never did know! And, P. A. stays put be cause it's crimp cut—and it's a cinch to roll! You try it! i ALB the national joy smoke "You'll iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimifiiiiiiiHiiiiitiiimtiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi I NOTICE S We are sorry to say that market conditions, whereby E we are compelled to pay cash for our merchandise, force us E to place our business on a cash basis as a matter of self E preservation. E E Therefore oft tffld after May 2nd, 1921, our t«M wffl E S he strictly cash. E We will make no exception to this rule. E E. J. SUTTON niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin miiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHittifiMimimniiimmiiiimiiHiiiiiiiiij The Big Store E On and after May 2nd no credit will be extended to any s one. Our ability to give credit is exhausted. Financial E conditions are such that we have no choice but to sell goods E for cash or its equivalent. We appreciate the splendid pat ronage that has come to us and deplore that conditions has E made this step necessary and we sincw«ly bepe it witi «*uie 1 E no -one any serious inconvenience. Tours truly, J. A. Johnson Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiinmif -8**^ ny wi ill tell you that. PriM# Mart it told in toppy red bar*K, tidy red fi hand tone poanj and pound a i n humidors and in pound crystal glthe.,js u i o w i sparse moistcner o IT K J. Reynold* 'Tobacco Co. tWustc:, Salem, Always Find ... *ays the Good Judge 9f That you get more genuine satisfaction at less cost when you use this class of tobacco. A s a e w lasti lo much longer than ft big chew of the ordinary kind. And the full, rich real tobacco taste gives a long lasting chewing satisfaction. Any man wltottse* the Red Tobfteoo Chew Put up in two styles W-B (JUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco CHAS. A. TRIMMER EAT AT JACK'S CONSULTING ENGINEER NEW MANAGEMENT Land Drainage, Surveys and Muniei- Better Than Ever P*1 Engineering. Take Your Next Meal With III MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA O. L. McKILLIP, Prop.